Kaylen Clark to play hockey at Davenport University

By Dan Hardenbrook Nearly eight million kids in the United States participate in high school sports. Only 480,000 earn the right to compete at the college level. The NCAA says that less than 7% overall advance to the next level, and that less than 2% will earn a...

Newberry wrestlers make history

By Dan Hardenbrook A pair of wrestlers for the Newberry program made history this past weekend, advancing through the MHSAA Individual Wrestling Regionals. Hayden O’Neil originally opened eyes as a participant in Newberry’s Youth Wrestling Program, which is also open...

Lady Indians shock the Saints

By Dan Hardenbrook The late, great Muhammad Ali once stepped into the ring shouting that he would “Shock the world!” It became a rallying cry for one of the most historic figures in sports history, and last Friday the Newberry Lady Indians followed in those footsteps...

French Trucking 14U falls in semifinals

By Dan Hardenbrook After fighting hard and advancing to the final day, the 14U French Trucking team, a combined group from Newberry, Manistique, and Munising, fell to a high-powered Escanaba team 6-1, ending the MAHA District 8 semifinal game last Sunday. In their...

TAYHA 10U Takes on the UP

By Dan Hardenbrook The Tahquamenon Area Youth Hockey Association’s 10U Renze Powersports battled against the best teams from across the Upper Peninsula in the annual District 8 Tournament, where a spot in the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association’s 10U B State...

Engadine set for Senior Night

By Dan Hardenbrook Senior basketball players from the Engadine Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams will be honored and recognized in a special ceremony between games on Wednesday, February 7. The Engadine Basketball Senior Night ceremony will highlight graduating...