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Overview of active “U.P.” teams:  NCAA D-I Men’s Bball:  The state of Michigan went from hoping for a UofM-MSU national championship game, to neither team seeing the Final-4 .  NHL:  The Red Wings are in 7th place but only three points ahead of 9th in the East, while Chicago has clinched a playoff berth in […]

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Congratulations to Tyler Jandron who claimed his second U.P. ABC player of the year this past week!  For four years, Miner fans have had the pleasure of watching a special player come up through the Negaunee Miners basketball program.  A player who has been to (at minimum) the quarterfinals each year of his varsity career.  […]

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The Negaunee Miners Boys Basketball Team is ready to take their talents below the bridge into Troll Country.  With an impressive 70-45 victory last Wednesday over Ironwood, the Miners are once again quarterfinal bound.  With only one day left before the game, I swung by Lakeview Memorial Gymnasium to see how the players were preparing […]

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Well I’ve been off for the past two weeks, and now I’m back just in time for one of the most exciting times of the sports calendar.  NBA & NHL playoff races are just beginning to heat up, March Madness is in full effect, and baseball is almost back.  WHOO-HOO!  Let’s get going though, shall […]

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The Negaunee Miners are once again heading down state to the quarter-finals.  This time, the Miners will have to travel to Petoskey to face off against the East Jordan Red Devils.  The game will take place at 7pm on Tuesday, March 18th.  A fan bus has been set up for Negaunee High School & Negaunee […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – 2/18/2014 — The Negaunee Miners Girls Basketball team had a fitting end to their non-conference schedule this season with a tough 60-22 loss in Marquette against the Redettes.  This most recent loss for the Miners, their third straight overall, dropped Negaunee to a 10-9 record with a 1-7 record against non-conference opponents.  […]

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Well the U.S. Hockey team did alright this weekend, if I do say so myself.  March came early as far as college basketball went last week (Did you see that Syracuse-Pitt game!?!?).  The U.S. caught back up in the medal count, some NBA action is starting to pick up, and spring training is under way! […]

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NEGAUNEE, MI – Well any thought of falling into a trap game against the Gladstone Braves on Tuesday night in Negaunee was quickly washed away as Eric Lori his a buzzer-beater three to end the first quarter to give the Miners a five point lead at the end of one.  They never looked back.  In […]

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Miner nation completed yet another successful week over the past four games.  Going a combined 3-1, the boys & girls are making that final push for an MPC title.  The girls played the first two of their three-game road trip with a loss at L’Anse on Tuesday followed by a win in Iron Mountain on […]

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Did you survive it?  The first weekend without football.  Only 29 more Sundays to go!  (Carl weeps uncontrollably).  At least there were things to fill it.  The Winter Olympics (USA!  USA!  USA!), College Basketball, and what not.  Plus:  Pitchers & Catchers did report, so we’ll have some Tigers action before you know it!  (47 days….)  […]

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