By SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com SAULT STE. MARIE – As Mel Brooks said in The History of The World Part I, “it’s good to be the king.” While senior Ray’Shon Anderson’s reign as king won’t be determined for a while, he did acquit himself well on the football field on Friday night as the Sault moved one step closer to the [...]
By SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com RAPID RIVER – The Cedarville Trojans have looked pretty much unstoppable all season, and...
By SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com BRIMLEY – When it comes to eight-man football, most people will tell you that the game...
By SCOTT CHURCH EUP News.com ROGERS CITY – The St. Ignace Saints have proven unstoppable this season, running their...
By SCOTT CHURCH EUP News.com SAULT STE. MARIE – The Sault High Blue Devils got a measure of revenge on Saturday afternoon as they beat the St. Mary’s Knights of Sault, Ontario 28-15, for their first win in the last four tries against their northern neighbors. Mike James threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in the win, while [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH EUP News.com PICKFORD – The Pickford Panthers are within one game of making the playoffs after a dominating 32-0 win over the Pellston Hornets on Friday night. Like the Panthers, the Hornets also entered the game with a perfect 4-0 mark. The win moves Pickford to 5-0 for the first time since the 2005 season. The Pickford [...]Read more ›
By: SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com BRIMLEY – Every now and then, an event takes place that trumps the importance of a football game and allows a community to both celebrate and mourn, to remember and to grieve. Friday was one of those nights in Brimley as the school and town celebrated together the life of Dick Amble. Amble was a Brimley [...]Read more ›
SAULT STE. MARIE – After the Sault Blue Devil Blue Devil defense put on a solid showing in week 1, it was the offenses turn to step up and show a little something. It did just that, putting up 46 points and making a statement in a 46-10 win over the Alpena Wildcats. The Devils had made a change at [...]Read more ›
DECKERVILLE – The Cedarville Trojans lined up against the Deckerville Eagles on Thursday and it was obvious to anyone watching that the Eagles were the bigger team. That didn’t seem to matter much when it was all said and done as the Trojans left town with a 32-8 win to remain undefeated at 2-0. “They were a huge team,” said [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com ROCK – Ask any football coach a question, and no matter what the question is, he is likely to tell you that it is important for his team not to turn the ball over. Ask Brimley coach Ron Lounds about turnovers and he will probably put his head in his hands and stop talking. The Bays [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH, Sports Editor EUP News.com ST. IGNACE – The Saints used a balanced attack and got scoring in all three phases of the game in a 53-0 win over the East Jordan Red Devils on Thursday night. Tyler Barthelemy opened up the Saints’ scoring with a blocked punt and return for a touchdown. Another bright spot for the [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH Sports Editor SAULT STE. MARIE – Offense was in short supply in Sault Ste. Marie on Friday night as the Blue Devil defense held the Petoskey Northmen to 21 points. Unfortunately, the Devils were not able to put any points on the board and mustered only 81 yards of total offense in a 21-0 loss. The Devils [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH Sports Editor PICKFORD – Jared Hatfield was the man for the Pickford Panthers in the second half of Friday night’s game against the Central Lake Trojans in Pickford’s 22-14 win. Hatfield threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Elijah May to tie the game with 9:29 left in the game and then ran one in from 13 yards [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH EUPNews.com CEDARVILLE – The Cedarville Trojans got into the end zone early and often on Friday night as they defeated the Posen Vikings 54-14. The Trojans built a 48-0 lead at halftime and were never threatened in the win. Bobby Krackowski was the catalyst of the Trojan offense. He was the leading rusher for Cedarville with 102 [...]Read more ›
By SCOTT CHURCH, Sports Editor EUPNews.com BRIMLEY – For the second time in two years, Mother Nature has had a say on the opening Friday of high school football. Last season, lightning shortened Pickford’s game against the Munising Mustangs, and this year the lightning cut short Brimley’s contest against Superior Central. Referees stopped play with just over three minutes left [...]Read more ›