MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – It was a busy weekend in highschool and school U.P. sports activities. Under you could find a breakdown of Friday Night time Fever and the school basketball sweeps from each Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech.
Excessive Faculty Boy’s and Lady’s Basketball:
A Friday evening matchup between Ishpeming and Negaunee women’ basketball noticed Jenna Maki open up the scoring with Kadie Kaukola following with a bucket of her personal. Ella Mason got here to play although for the Miners as she slipped handed Hematite defenders for a two-pointer from the free throw line. Ella Mason is again at it once more with the raining buckets as she earns a complete of 30 factors for the evening. Negaunee ends the sport with handing Ishpeming their first lack of the season with a ultimate rating of 65-56. Each groups now stand at 16-1 for the season.
One other Negaunee and Ishpeming matchup on Friday evening for the boys’ crew. Gavin Saunders slips the ball to Baron Heslip, and it’s despatched again to Saunders for a triple, placing the Miners on prime within the second quarter with a rating of 19-7. The Hematites got here near matching the Miners within the third as Caden Luoma drives it in for 2. Miners proceed to steer within the fourth as Saunders makes extra triples past the arc and results in a ultimate rating of 68-59 for a Negaunee sweep.
The Marquette Sentinels Lady’s crew hosted the Kingsford Flivvers on Friday evening for a good recreation. Flivver’s Addisyn Kriegl discovered the ball late into the primary quarter and earned a triple for a four-point lead at 6-2. Quick ahead to the second quarter with Sentinels in command of the ball for an Audree Blackburn jumper. The house crew nonetheless down by 4 however nonetheless have a shot to show the rating round. A ship off from Alaina Kowalski to Anna Bortolini for a layup provides one other two factors to the Flivver’s rating. An analogous cycle is made however this time Bortolini passes it off to Kowalski for a triple past the arc. Kingsford finds the win with six factors at 40-34 and put together to host Menominee on Monday evening.
The Marquette Boys’ crew hosted the St. Ignace Saints on Friday in hopes of constant their 11-win streak. Midway by means of the primary quarter, we see Jaxon Jurmu making his method down the court docket for a jumper, however Saints’ Jonny Ingalls pushes his well beyond Sentinel defenders for his personal two factors. Just a little forwards and backwards between Trevor Visnaw and Ethan Mclean is had earlier than the ball is again in Visnaw’s fingers and being despatched for a triple from the nook. After tying it up at 75 factors and wandering into extra time, the Sentinels earn their twelfth straight win at 93-88. Marquette will host Houghton at dwelling Tuesday.
Males’s and Ladies’s Faculty Basketball:
The Northern Michigan Ladies’s Basketball crew took on the Parkside Rangers on Thursday. Makaylee Kuhn led the ‘Cats with 25 factors and 10 rebounds. Kuhn and Jacy Weisbrod put 10 factors every on the scoreboard within the second quarter earlier than hitting halftime with a one-point benefit at 34-33. 21 The crew discovered their second win in a row towards the Rangers at 71-60. The ‘Cats hit the Berry on Saturday as soon as once more for a contest towards Purdue Northwest. After a tie at 30 apiece heading into halftime, the house crew made their identify recognized with Kuhn posting 20 factors and Weisbrod with 15 to finalize the rating at 73-62. They now maintain an total file of 15-7 and 9-4 within the GLIAC as they put together for a contest at Michigan Tech on Feb. 17 at 1 p.m.
The Northern Michigan Males’s basketball crew returned to the hardwood with a vengeance after shedding their final recreation to Lake Superior State and tying this system profitable streak of 13 video games. It was a toe-to-toe contest towards the Rangers with the Wildcats pulling in ahead just a little after the primary half. Dylan Kuehl and Max Weisbrod scored 17 whole factors to earn the convention win at 81-67. One other tight match was had on Saturday between the ‘Cats and the Purdue Northwest Pleasure. The away crew led 66-61 with two minutes left within the recreation earlier than Weisbrod discovered a gap for a triple and a patch of free throws by Kuehl pushed them previous the Pleasure for a 69-66 victory. The Wildcats are nationally ranked at No. 16 with an total file of 19-6 and 12-1 within the convention. They put together for a contest at Michigan Tech on Feb. 17 at 3 p.m.
The Michigan Tech basketball groups had comparable matchups this weekend as they hosted Purdue Northwest on Thursday and Parkside on Saturday. A slim win was made by the Ladies’s crew towards the Pleasure on Thursday by means of seven factors at 67-60. Isabella Lenz led the Huskies with a complete of 15 factors whereas Sara Dax was shut behind with 9 of her personal. As for his or her recreation towards Parkside, Emma Anderson was in a position to file a career-high of 14 factors Saturday afternoon to assist take the win of 74-68. The Huskies now sit 12-9 total and 7-6 within the GLIAC.
The Michigan Tech Males’s Basketball crew additionally noticed a career-high made this weekend with Dan Gherezgher topping out at 26 factors, together with 10 rebounds for a double-double to contribute to the 77-61 victory towards the Pleasure. A weekend sweep was made after the crew gained their matchup towards the Parkside Rangers on Saturday at 74-52. Marcus Tomashek led within the factors division with 22 and registered a crew excessive in assists with 4. The crew now transfer on with an total file of 8-10 and a convention file of 5-8.
It was a troublesome weekend for the Northern Michigan College hockey crew after falling 4-2 to the Bemidji State Beavers on Friday evening. Targets made by Kevin Marx Noren and Grant Slukynsky within the second interval. Three objectives have been made one after the opposite by the Beavers earlier than a fourth level was made off of an influence play with six minutes left within the ultimate interval. Saturday evening began to search for for the Wildcats however ended regulation with a tie of three factors. No factors have been made in extra time, main the groups to move to a shootout the place Bemidji State discovered the additional CCHA level. The Wildcats stand with an total file of 9-14-5 and 7-10-3 within the CCHA as they get able to tackle Ferris State in Massive Rapids from Feb. 23-24.
The Michigan Tech Hockey crew hit the bottom operating this weekend towards the Minnesota State Mavericks for the annual Winter Carnival. Ryland Mosley opened the scoring solely a minute into the sport and recorded the one objective within the first interval. The Mavs caught up within the second interval, nevertheless it didn’t final lengthy earlier than the Nick Williams handed the puck off to Logan Pietila for an additional level. With 9 seconds left within the recreation, Jed Pietila posted his first objective of the season by means of an empty web to complete out the evening win a 3-1 win. The second evening was a distinct story with the Mavericks discovering an early lead midway into the primary interval. The Huskies matched their opponent’s efforts with a Tyler Bronte objective. Quick ahead to the second interval for a pair of objectives made by Minnesota State and earned a 3-1 lead. With three seconds left within the recreation, Mav’s Kaden Bohlsen scored an empty web objective and break up the weekend with a ultimate rating of 4-2. The Huskies could have an off weekend earlier than they head right down to Ohio to tackle Bowling Inexperienced State College for a two-day contest from Feb. 23-24.
Ladies’s Faculty Lacrosse:
It was an thrilling weekend opener for the NMU’s Ladies’s Lacrosse crew within the Superior Dome. Minnie Bittell recorded her a hundred and fiftieth profession objective this season inside the first 10 minutes of the match towards Aquinas Faculty. She proceeded to attain 5 extra objectives to contribute to freshman Josie Lakosky’s three and Kaitlyn Bridger’s lone objective. The Wildcats completed out the sport with a 21-point win at 24-5.
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