Thank You Miners for a Great Season!

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The Negaunee Miners and Boyne City Ramblers during thd 2nd round of MHSAA playoffs.

Marquette, Michigan  –  November 18, 2013  –  The Miners are home again and the management and staff of Great Lakes Radio would like to thank the Negaunee Miners football team for a great season.

We enjoyed backing you and are very proud of you for representing the U.P. in the 3rd Round of the MHSAA Playoffs in Ithaca. You did a great job out there, guys!

We would also like to thank Carl Johnson and Jesse Anderson for traveling with the team to bring us excellent play-by-play coverage of the season.

Carl Johnson (right) and Jesse Anderson (left) the voices of the Negaunee Miners on Sunny.FM

Carl Johnson (right) and Jesse Anderson (left) the voices of the Negaunee Miners on Sunny.FM

Many thanks also go out to the fans and all of our sponsors. I’m sure they would join us in congratulating each and every young man on the team on not only their winning streak this year, but on their admirable sportsmanship and fantastic teamwork.

We look forward to the next season of Miner Football on Sunny 101.9 FM. WAY TO GO, MINERS!


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A member of the Great Lakes Radio family since 2013, Nancy spends most days typing furiously in her office. When not hard at work writing and editing, if this Sriracha enthusiast isn't experimenting in her kitchen, she can usually be found with her nose in a book or in front of a computer keeping up with her favorite blogs, researching topics for future articles, and playing World of Warcraft... FOR THE HORDE! (BattleTag: GingrMadness#1559)

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