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Monday October 22, 2018


U.P. High School Football Playoff Pairings Released

The high school football regular season has come to an end, and the playoffs begin next weekend for 13 U.P. teams. The pairings were announced Sunday night by the Michigan High School Athletic Association. Click the above headline to see the schedule, photos from Escanaba's viewing party, and regular season scores.
Bruce Caps Standout Season With U.P. Finals Win

Gladstone High School senior Adam Bruce wrapped up an outstanding season on the cross country trails Saturday by capturing the MHSAA Division One championship at Pictured Rocks Golf Course in Munising. The Braves took third as a team. Click the above headline to read more details.
SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN STATIONS
Monday October 22, 2018
7:10 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Carolina Hurricanes. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WUPZ-FM (94.9 The Bay), and WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

Tuesday October 23, 2018
6:35 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Philadelphis 76ers. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

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

Thursday October 25, 2018
6:35 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Cleveland Cavaliers. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

Friday October 26, 2018
6:30 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Bemidji State University Beavers. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:30 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight-Man State Playoffs. North Central Jets vs. Forest Park Trojans. From Powers, Michigan.  On WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:45 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Eight-Man State Playoffs. Rapid River Rockets vs Ebgadine Eagles. From Engadine High School. On WGKL-FM (Kool 105.5) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:45 PM - High School Football. MHSAA Division Eight State Playoffs. Gwinn Model Towners vs. Ishpeming Hematites. From the Ishpeming High School. On WUPZ-FM (94.9 The Bay) and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

7:10 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Winnipeg Jets. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600). Also joined in progress on WUPZ-FM (94.9 The Bay) after Gwinn playoff football.

Saturday October 27, 2018
12:30 PM - NASCAR Racing. Camping World Truck Series 200-lap race. From Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose) and WUPG-FM (Maverick 96.7).

12:40 PM - College Football. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Michigan Tech University Huskies. From the Superior Dome in Marquette. Kickoff is 1:00. Coverage begins at 12:40 ET. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600), and on-line at rrnsports.com, and radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:30 PM - College Hockey. Northern Michigan University Wildcats vs Bemidji State University Beavers. From the Berry Events Center in Marquette. On WUPT-FM (100.3 The Point), WUPF-FM (Eagle 107.3), and on-line at www.radioresultsnetwork.com.

6:35 PM - NBA Basketball. Detroit Pistons vs Boston Celtics. From Little Ceasars Arena in Detroit. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).

Sunday October 28, 2018
11:00 AM - NFL Football. Detroit Lions vs Seattle Seahawks. From Ford Field in Detroit. Kickoff is 1:00 ET. Coverage begins at 11:00 a.m. ET on WTIQ-AM (Maverick 1490).

1:30 PM - NASCAR Racing. Monster Energy NASCAR Series 400-lap race. From Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. On WCMM-FM (102.5 The Moose) and WUPG-FM (Maverick 96.7).

2:00 PM - NFL Football. Green Bay Packers vs Los Angeles Rams . From the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in California. Kickoff is 4:25 ET. Coverage begins at 2:00 ET. On WGLQ-FM (97.1) and WUPZ-FM (94.9 The Bay).

4:40 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Dallas Stars. From Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. On WCHT-AM (NewsTalk 600).


LATEST ARTICLES
SKID-ENDING WIN: Wildcats Beat Lawrence Tech
The Northern Michigan University football team broke a five-game losing streak on Saturday, topping the Lawrence Tech Blue Devils, 65-7, at the Superior Dome. The Wildcats scored 30 points in the first quarter and played plenty of subs as they cruised past the first-year NAIA school from suburban Detroit. Click the above headline to read details, listen to radio replays, and see photos, videos taken by Nate Bellville.
FINISHING STRONG: Sanville, Gladstone Get Win
Brody Sanville scored four touchdowns to lead the Gladstone High School football team to a 42-22 win over the Lake Linden-Hubbell Lakes under cold, wet conditions Saturday in the Copper Country. Sanville crossed the 1,000 yard mark in rushing for his senior season, the first Braves player to do that since 2008. Gladstone finished its season 4-5, including three losses by a touchdown or less. (Brenda Crow photo)
U.P. Cross Country Teams Run At NMU Golf Course
The Northern Michigan, Michigan Tech, Bay College, and Finlandia University cross country runners gathered Friday at the NMU Golf Course for the U.P. Collegiate Championships. Tech won both team scores, with the Huskies winning the women's meet by four points over NMU. Click the above headline to see results, photos, videos.
PERFECT SEASON: Ishpeming Rolls Past Broncos
The Ishpeming High School football team scored 46 points in the first quarter and rolled to a 54-13 win over the Bark River-Harris Broncos Thursday night in Harris. The Hematites finished their regular season with a perfect 9-0 record. The Broncos finished the season at 2-7. Click the above headline to see photos, video clips.
NORSE FORCE: Bay Hoops Ready For 2nd Season
The Bay College Norse basketball teams have been practicing for the past couple of weeks, and now they're ready to get on the court against another team. The Norse will host Sault (Ont.) College in a pair of exhibition games on Saturday. Click the above headline to see photos from Picture Day, and listen to player interviews.

THE RRNSPORTS.COM MEDIA VAULT
U.P. High School Football Playoff Pairings Released
Sunday October 21, 2018



SKID-ENDING WIN: Wildcats Beat Lawrence Tech
Saturday October 20, 2018





U.P. Cross Country Teams Run At NMU Golf Course
Friday October 19, 2018



PERFECT SEASON: Ishpeming Rolls Past Broncos
Thursday October 18, 2018



U.P. SPORTS BRIEFS
  • NMU Men's Soccer Gets Tie With Davenport
    The Northern Michigan University men's soccer team played to a 2-2 draw with Davenport University on the road Sunday afternoon. Senior forward Sam Popp scored both of NMU's goals. The Wildcats now have one match remaining in the regular season before the 2018 GLIAC Tournament gets underway. Northern is now 6-4-5 on the season.
  • Norse Top Sault College In Basketball Exhibition
    The Bay College Norse men's basketball team beat Sault College (Ontario), 96-67, in an exhibition game on Saturday in Escanaba. Four players scored in double figures, led by Reggie Dean with 13 points. Tyler Willette added 12 points, Alfonzo Fields scored 11, and Kobi Barnes scored ten points. Marcus McKenney had nine points, eight assists, and six rebounds for Bay.
  • NMU Hockey Swept At St. Cloud State
    The Northern Michigan University hockey team fell, 5-0, Saturday night against No. 4 St. Cloud State. The Wildcats also lost, 4-1, in Friday's game. Griffin Loughran scored his first collegiate goal with 11 seconds remaining in the second period of Friday's game, with assists going to senior defenseman Ryan Black and sophomore forward Mitchel Slattery. With the weekend losses, NMU fell to 1-3 on the season. The 'Cats have their home openers next weekend against Bemodji State.
  • NMU Volleyball Team Beats Lake State In Home Finale
    The Northern Michigan University Volleyball team celebrated Senior Day on Saturday by defeating fellow U.P. foe Lake Superior State University in their final home match of the season. It went the distance, with NMU winning the match, 3-2. The 'Cats won the final set, 15-5, after losing a five-set match to Saginaw Valley on Friday. Autumn Monsma led NMU with 18 kills in Saturday's win. Seven Wildcat seniors were honored before the match.