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Tigers, Brewers Fall – Thursday Sports Wrap

High School

In high school baseball today, Calumet plays at Iron Mountain.

In softball, Calumet plays at Jeffers.

The Hancock girls track team earned a close second-place finish at the Division Two Superior Dome invitational yesterday. L’Anse came in 10th out of 11 teams. The Bulldogs 4 x 800 relay team took first place. The Hancock boys team finished fourth, with L’Anse 10th. Shane Aho of the Bulldogs won the pole vault. See full meet results here.

– Calumet and Houghton compete at the Negaunee Invitational.
– Lake Linden-Hubbell, Dollar Bay-Tamarack City, Chassell, and Baraga compete at the Division Three Superior Dome meet.


The Boston Red Sox scored seven runs in the eighth inning, and routed the Detroit Tigers 11-4 last night. The Tigers were already in a hole, after Tyson Ross gave up four runs on seven hits over five innings. The eighth-inning outburst came off José Manuel Fernández, Drew VerHagen and Buck Farmer, and was fueled by a hit batter and five walks. Three Detroit runs in the ninth inning did little to erase the deficit.

The Tigers wrap up that set in Boston tonight. Jordan Zimmermann will start against Rick Porcello. Pregame coverage will begin at 6:45 on 99.3 The Lift.

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Saint Louis Cardinals 5-2 yesterday. Starter Jhoulys Chacín left the game after giving up four runs in the fourth inning. Eric Thames homered for the Crew.

After having been swept by the Cardinals, the Brewers have today off, and will play the Mets in New York tomorrow night. Chase Anderson will pitch against Jacob deGrom.


In the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs last night, the Carolina Hurricanes ousted the defending champion Washington Capitals with a 4-3 double overtime victory. Carolina wins that series 4-3.

Round two starts tonight…
– The Columbus Blue Jackets visit the Boston Bruins.
– The Saint Louis Blues host the Dallas Stars.


In NBA playoff action last night…
– The Houston Rockets advanced by defeating the Utah Jazz 100 to 93. Houston won that opening-round series 4-1.
– The Los Angeles Clippers got past the Golden State Warriors 129-121. Golden State leads that series 3-2.

Tonight, the Denver Nuggets visit the San Antonio Spurs. Denver leads that series 3-2.

Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin underwent arthroscopic surgery to correct the knee problem that hampered his play late in the regular season and the playoffs. Doctors say he should be ready for next season.


The Finlandia University softball team will host Northland College for a doubleheader this afternoon.

Former L’Anse High School basketball standout Bailey Froberg will join the Finlandia University women’s team. Froberg is transferring in from Gogebic Community College, where she averaged 22 points per game this past season.


The NFL draft begins with the first round tonight. The Detroit Lions have the eighth pick, and the Green Bay Packers will select 12th and 30th.

Little League

Keweenaw Little League will hold league-wide player evaluations in the Calumet gymnasium Saturday on the following schedule:
– 10:00 – Machine Pitch
– 11:00 – Minor Baseball
– Noon – Little League
– 1:00 – 12U softball
– 2:00 – 13+ softball

Because of problems with the online registration system, you may also sign players up at the evaluation session, with no late fees.

Our high school baseball coverage begins tomorrow, when Lake Linden-Hubbell plays at L’Anse. The broadcast will begin at 3:40 on KBear 102.3 and KBear 102.com.

Email sports stories and game results to mornings@up.net.

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