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Friday October 28, 2016

Eskymos End Regular Season With Win Over Eagles

The Escanaba Eskymos lost the first set of their match Thursday night against the Stephenson Eagles, but roared back to post a 3-1 win at the Escanaba High School Gym. The result wrapped up the regular season. Click the above headline for video highlights and all of the U.P. scores.
Former Calumet Star Johnson Gets Prison Sentence

Former Calumet High School hockey star Ben Johnson has been sentenced to three years in a Canadian prison for a sexual assault conviction. Johnson heard his sentence in an Ontario courtroom on Tuesday. Click the above headline for details. (Pictured: Johnson as a Spitfire)
Friday October 28, 2016
6:30 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats at Michigan Tech University Huskies. From the Student Ice Arena in Houghton, Michigan. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), and on-line at

6:45 PM - High School Football. Eight-Man Playoffs, Regional Semifinal. Rapid River Rockets at North Central Jets. From Powers, Michigan. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5), WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600), and on-line at 

7:00 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight-Man Playoffs, Regional Semifinal. Stephenson Eagles at Forest Park Trojans. From Crystal Falls, Michigan. On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at

Saturday October 29, 2016
10:30 AM - College Football. Michigan State University Spartans vs Michigan Wolverines. From Spartan Stadium in East Lansng. Kick-off is 12:00 Noon. Coverage begins at 10:30 a.m. on WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3), and WUPG-FM (Yooper Country 96.7).

12:30 PM - College Football. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Hillsdale Chargers. From the Superior Dome in Marquette. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), and WCHT-AM (600) and on-line at

1:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. Camping World Truck Series 200-mile race. From Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose).

6:30 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech Huskies. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600), and on-line at

6:40 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Boston Bruins. From Joe Louis Arena inDetroit. On WGLQ-FM (97.1).

Sunday October 30, 2016
11:00 AM - NFL Football. Detroit Lions vs Houston Texans. From NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Kick-off is 1:00 p.m. Coverage begins at 11:00 a.m. on WTIQ-AM (1490 The Maverick).

12:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. Sprint Cup 500-mile race. From Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose), and WUPG-FM (96.7 Yooper Country).

2:00 PM - NFL Football. Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons. From the Mercedes-Benz Stadium  in Atlanta, Georgia. Kick-off is 4:25 p.m. ET. Coverage begins at 2:00 ET on WGLQ-FM (Magic 97.1)

4:40 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Florida Panthers. From Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. On WCMM-FM (102.5) (at the conclusion of the NASCAR race).

5:30 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Milwaukee Bucks. From the Palace of Auburn Hills. On WCHT-AM (600).

Monday October 31, 2016
6:00 PM - The NMU Show: Everything Wildcat Sports. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point) and on-line at

7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Fast Talk" from the Performance Racing Network. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

Tuesday November 1, 2016
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "NASCAR Live". From the Motor Racing Network. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose).

Wednesday November 2, 2016
7:00 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons at Brooklyn Nets. From the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. On WCHT-AM (600).

7:40 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Philadelphia Flyers. From the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On WGLQ-FM (97.1).

Thursday November 3, 2016
7:00 PM - Michigan State University Football. Coach Mark D'Antonio Show. On WUPG-FM (Yooper Country 96.7) and WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3).

The 2016 Upper Peninsula high school football regular season has wrapped up, and the state playoffs are set for this weekend. Click the above headline to see the regular season scores and playoff schedules.
2016 Cross Country Season Ends With U.P. Finals
The Michigan High School Athletic Association's Upper Peninsula Cross-Country Finals were held on a crisp Saturday afternoon at the Beauchamp Farm in Delta County. It was a double championship for Ishpeming in Division Two, while teams from both ends of the U.P. won other championships. Click the above headline to see all of the results. Thanks to Superior Timing!
Wildcats End Road Trip With 2-2 Tie Against Ferris
The Northern Michigan University hockey team got a win and a tie this weekend in Big Rapids, topping Ferris State, 6-4, on Friday night, and skating to a 2-2 tie on Saturday night. Click the above headline for details of both games, courtesy of NMU Sports Information.
Northern Football Falls At Home To Ohio Dominican
The Northern Michigan football team scored three touchdowns in the second half but could not overcome an early deficit and fell to Ohio Dominican, 38-28, Saturday afternoon at the Superior Dome. Click the above headline to read the game details.
FANTASTIC FINISH! Eskymos Rally Past Flivvers
The Escanaba Eskymos scored 42 points in the second half and pulled out a wild 49-42 win over the Kingsford Flivvers Friday night at the Escanaba Athletic Field. Logan Carroll's 28-yard touchdown run with 52 seconds left in the game won it. Click the above headline for details.

Eskymos End Regular Season With Win Over Eagles
Thursday October 27, 2016

Mistakes Doom Gladstone In Regular Season Finale
Friday October 21, 2016

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Thursday October 20, 2016

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Tuesday October 18, 2016

  • NMU Men's Soccer Team Shuts Out Findlay

    The Northern Michigan University men's soccer team shut out Findlay, 1-0, Sunday afternoon at the NMU Soccer Field in its final home game of its inaugural season. Brin Lapuh made six of his nine saves in the final 15 minutes of regulation to thwart the Oilers' comeback bid. Sveinn Karlsson scored the only goal.

  • Michigan Tech Women's Soccer Beats Tiffin
    The Michigan Tech University women's soccer team secured a 2-0 shutout victory in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference play Sunday afternoon over Tiffin University at Sherman Field. The Huskies notched a goal in each half and by virtue of the win clinched a home game in the upcoming GLIAC tournament. Tech is also guaranteed at least the number three seed.
  • NMU Women's Soccer Finishes In Scoreless Draw

    Alexandra Simmons made a career-best 13 saves to lead the Northern Michigan women's soccer team to a 0-0 draw with Ashland Sunday afternoon at the NMU Soccer Field. Before the game, the Wildcats honored their seniors: Kelsa DykehouseGabriella GarzaCaroline GlantzPaula HafnerRachel LaMannaWynona Maravilla, Simmons,Carmen Villarruel and Natalie Yeck.