PETOSKEY — Confidence goes pretty far in a basketball game.When the Petoskey’s girls’ basketball team meets up with another Big North Conference team at the moment, confidence is exactly what they head in with, which showed on Friday night.Unbeaten in league games heading into the night, Petoskey remained that way when Friday’s game came to a close against the Titans despite a close finish in a 41-37 win.Coming off a non-conference loss against Cheboygan earlier in the week, Petoskey coach...
PETOSKEY — It had been nearly a month since the Petoskey boys’ basketball team got to put on a show for their home fans.The Northmen received the opportunity on Thursday when Alpena traveled to the Petoskey High School gym, though a show wasn’t exactly what the home fans received in a low scoring defensive game.Regardless of points scored and missed shots, what the fans, and Petoskey, really wanted was a win, which is exactly what they received for the ninth time this season in a 48-24...
It was a tough few days for the Michigan Mid-American Conference schools on the the opening weekend of college football.With the Chippewas, Eagles and Broncos all hosting and disappointing, it was hard for the nation and ESPN to not take notice.There would be one Michigan college hosting, however, that would gain attention, even before the event kicks off.Petoskey’s North Central Michigan College’s annual ‘Lookout for the Cookout’ seemed to stand out for ESPN writer Ryan McGee, when the...
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Selecting a term
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