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Volleyball Continues Tonight – Thursday Sports Wrap

High School

In high school volleyball last night, Chassell v Jeffers – no report.

On the volleyball schedule tonight…
• Calumet entertains Westwood.
• Hancock travels to Ishpeming.
• Houghton journeys to Marquette.
• Lake Linden-Hubbell plays at Baraga.
• Jeffers visits Bessemer.
• Ewen-Trout Creek plays at Watersmeet
• Ontonagon hosts Wakefield-Marenisco.

In high school cross country, the Copper Mountain Conference meet will be held today at Ontonagon.

MLB

The Dodgers scored 11 runs in the first inning, and routed the Braves 15-3. Three home runs in the historic inning included a grand slam by Max Muncy. Atlanta still leads the National League Championship Series 2-1.

The Astros held off the Rays 4-3. Tampa Bay scored one in the top of the ninth to make it close, and left a runner stranded at third base. The Rays still lead the American League Championship Series 3-1.

Both series continue tonight.

The Tigers have interviewed Marcus Thames for their open managerial job. Thames played six seasons as an outfielder in Detroit. He’s currently the New York Yankees’ hitting coach.

NFL

There will be no NFL game tonight. The scheduled contest between the Bills and the Chiefs has been pushed back to Monday, because the Bills played Tuesday night.

Please have your picks in The Wolf Pro Football Challenge turned in by noon today at one of our sponsors. Ignore any games on the entry sheet that may have been moved from their originally scheduled weekend.

Our high school football coverage resumes tomorrow, when Hancock hosts Calumet. Coverage will begin at 6:40 on KBear 102.3 and KBear102.com. We’ll also cover Houghton, Hancock and Calumet in the opening round of the WestPAC volleyball tournament Saturday, beginning at 9:40 on KBear 102.3.

Email sports news and scores to mornings@up.net.

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