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  • WHITTEMORE - Often if a team is on a winning streak the coach isn't entirely thrilled about taking a two-week break. But, in the case of Whittemore-Prescott's boys basketball team the holiday hiatus might be coming at just the right time. By Greg Gielczyk
  • WHITTEMORE - Bouncing back after having its three-game winning streak snapped the game before with a 32-23 loss to Lincoln Alcona, the Whittemore-Prescott girls basketball team throttled non-conference opponent Midland Calvary Baptist, 55-37 at home last Thursday. By Greg Gielczyk
  • MIO - Hale's girls basketball team got off to a good start, but couldn't carry the momentum over into the second half and the Eagles finished with a 47-38 loss at Mio last Thursday. By Greg Gielczyk

  • HALE - It's said that home is where the heart is. It's also been where the victories have been for the Eagles this season. The Eagles soared to their third straight win at home last Monday night with a 63-39 rout of Fairview in a North Star League Little Dipper contest. By Greg Gielczyk

  • WEST BRANCH - Sweeping a pair of dual matches against Midland Bullock Creek and Reed City, the Ogemaw Height wrestling team extended its winning streak on its home mat last Wednesday despite leaving three weight classes open. By Greg Geilczyk
  • WEST BRANCH - After seeing a game get away from them at the end in a 48-40 loss to Bay City John Glenn on the road last Tuesday, the Ogemaw Heights boys basketball team rebounded with a 60-52 win over Lincoln Alcona at home last Friday. By Greg Gielczyk
  • WEST BRANCH - A 1978 graduate of Michigan State with a teaching degree, new Ogemaw Heights baseball coach Rick Moore taught and coached for what he estimated to be about 12 years.

  • HILLMAN - Hale's girls basketball team snapped its two-game losing streak to start the season with a 45-38 victory over Hillman in a North Star Little Dipper contest in Hillman last Friday.
  • WEST BRANCH - Ogemaw Heights Boys basketball has struggled to put the ball in the hole so far in this early season
  • WHITTEMORE - In his fifth season as the Whittemore-Prescott wrestling coach, and with a young team dominated by freshmen hopefuls, Russell Wilson somehow motivated the Cardinals to a 17-7 record in dual match competition.
  • Ogemaw Heights Basketball
    OSCODA - Opening the season with two road games left little room for error, and the results were somewhat predictable for the Ogemaw Heights boys basketball team as the Falcons lost them both.
  • Whittemore Prescott Boys Basketball
    GLADWIN -- Blaise LaPrad had a successful debut as Whittemore-Prescott boys basketball coach as the Cardinals opened the season with a convincing 74-45 non-conference victory over Gladwin on the road Tuesday, Nov. 27.
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