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Houghton Sweeps Calumet XC Meet – Tuesday Sports Wrap

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High School

In high school cross country, Houghton swept the Calumet Invitational at the Swedetown Trails yesterday.
• On the girls side, Negaunee finished second, followed by Hancock, Calumet and Westwood. Individually, Gremlins runners claimed five of the top 12 positions, with Tessa Rautiola finishing second to Ishpeming’s Lola Korpi. Rayna Towles had an 11th-place finish for the Bulldogs.
• On the boys side, Jeffers took second place, followed by Ironwood, Negaunee, Dollar Bay-Tamarack City and Westwood. Amos Norland of the Blue Bolts placed first individually. Cyrus Hamlin and Isaiah Lawson of the Gremlins took second and third. Jeffers’ Cameron Anderson had a sixth-place finish.
• See full results here.

In volleyball this evening…
• Houghton travels to Marquette.
• Hancock welcomes West Iron County.
• Dollar Bay-Tamarack City plays at Lake Linden-Hubbell.
• Jeffers visits Baraga.
• Chassell hosts Ewen-Trout Creek.
• L’Anse travels to Ironwood.
• Ontonagon plays at Wakefield-Marenisco.

College Volleyball

The Michigan Tech volleyball team plays at Northern Michigan tonight.

College Hockey

Minnesota State has been picked to win the Central Collegiate Hockey Association title this season.

In the coaches’ poll released yesterday, Northern Michigan was picked as runner-up. The Mavericks claimed six first-place votes, and the Wildcats got the other two. Bowling Green and Bemidji State filled the third and fourth spots. Michigan Tech was picked to finish fifth, followed by Lake Superior State, Ferris State, and St. Thomas.

MSU’s Brendan Furry was voted Pre-Season Player of the Year. Huskies’ goalie Blake Pietila was named to the Preseason All-CCHA Team, along with NMU forward AJ Vanderbeck. See the full preseason team here.


The Tigers ripped the Orioles 11-0 last night. Tyler Alexander carried a no-hitter through six innings. He gave up a couple of hits in the seventh, and earned just his fourth win of the season. Riley Green had a pair of doubles, and drove in three runs. Ryan Kreidler also drove in three runs. Spencer Torkelson had three hits, including a pair of doubles.

The Tigers host the Orioles again tonight. Joey Wentz will start against Austin Voth. Coverage will begin at 6:45 on 99.3 The Lift.

Detroit has named Giants general manager Scott Harris as the club’s new president of baseball operations. He replaces Al Avila, who was fired last month. Harris is just 36 years old, but has built an impressive resume. He spent five years as director of baseball operations for the Cubs, and has been GM for San Francisco for the past three seasons.

Max Scherzer also tossed six no-hit innings, as the Mets dispatched the Brewers 7-2. Scherzer was pulled because of a pitch count in his first game back from the injured list. Corbin Burnes took the loss, allowing five runs before leaving in the sixth. Rowdy Tellez homered.

The Brewers host the Mets again tonight. Aaron Ashby returns from the injured list to pitch against Carlos Carrasco.


Last night…
• The Bills routed the Titans 41-7.
• The Vikings lost to the Eagles 24-7. 

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Upcoming local sports broadcasts:
• Thursday – Houghton volleyball entertains Hancock in the Copper Spike match. Coverage will begin around 6:10 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
• Friday – Houghton football plays at Hancock in the Copper Bowl contest. Coverage will begin at 6:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
• Friday – Calumet football hosts Gwinn. Coverage will begin at 6:40 on the Voice of the Copper Kings, KBear 102.3.

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