The Michigan Tech soccer team lost to Bemidji State 1-0 yesterday. The Huskies dominated play, outshooting the Beavers 26-5, including 10-3 shots on goal, but couldn’t pull out the victory.
The Finlandia University men’s soccer team battled Lakeland University to a 1-1 tie yesterday. The Muskies took an early lead. Finlandia salvaged the tie with a goal by Chinedu Ikem with seven minutes left in the match.
The Finlandia University women’s soccer team fell 1-0 to Lakeland yesterday. The Lions outshot the Muskies 14-9, with a 7- shots on goal advantage.
Bobby Witt’s double off Gregory Soto in the eighth inning gave the Royals a 3-2 victory over the Tigers yesterday. Each team had scored twice in the fourth inning – Detroit’s runs came on a Harold Castro homer.
The Tigers visit the Los Angeles Angels tonight. Tyler Alexander will start against José Suarez. Coverage begins at 9:15 on 99.3 The Lift.
The Brewers collected just three hits in a 5-1 loss to the Diamondbacks yesterday. Hunter Renfroe’s ninth-inning homer prevented the shutout. Jason Alexander pitched into the fifth, was charged with three runs, and took the loss.
The Brewers visit the Rockies this afternoon. Adrian Houser will start against Ryan Feltner.
Copper Harbor Trails Fest
At the Copper Harbor Trails Fest…
• Judah Gustafson of Indianapolis won the 30-mile XC, nearly three minutes better than Nate Knowles, also of Indianapolis. Holly Lavesser of New Berlin, Wisconsin was the fastest woman.
• Mike Hartrick of Auburn Hills took the 14-mile XC, finishing nearly six minutes ahead of Nathan Zinzow of Cambridge, Wisconsin. Selah Scherman of Elko New Market, Minnesota, won the women’s division.
• Zinzow won the men’s downhill event, with Michael Noble of Gwinn second. Callah Robinson of Indianapolis won the women’s downhill, with Calumet’s Cora Taylor second.
• Zinzow also won the men’s expert Enduro, with Cameran Ryan of Wausau second. Katy Hickey of Marquette claimed the women’s title, ahead of Leia Schneeberger of Madison.
• Iron River’s Nick Baumgartner claimed the men’s sport Enduro crown, with Brandon van Schyndel of Green Bay second. Lavesser took the women’s title, defeating Anna Rose Nelson of Wausau.
• Josh Gunderson of Duluth won the 10k trail run, 76 seconds better than fellow Duluthian Peter Coenen. Houghton’s Kristen Monahan won the women’s division, and was third overall.
See full results here.
Frisbeast, a team made up of Appleton Assassins and Cam Verigan of Marquette, won the US Guts Open in Lansing over the weekend. The hybrid squad defeated Marquette’s Whiskey Disc team 21-10, 22-20 in the finals. Marquette’s Wolfpack was third and the Keweenaw’s Shottle Bop team finished fourth.
Our high school football coverage continues Friday night. Calumet hosts Westwood – pregame coverage starts at 6:40 on the Voice of the Copper Kings, KBear 102.3. Houghton plays at Iron Mountain – pregame coverage begins at 6:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
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