The ice surface in the Berry Events Center at Northern Michigan University is being named "Rick Comley Rink" in honor of the longtime head coach. Comley spent 26 years behind the Wildcat bench. Click the above headline to read details.
The International Wrestling Camp continued at the Superior Dome Wednesday night as Team USA defeated Team Sweden, 7-6, in a Greco Roman dual meet. Click the above headline to read details about the meet, courtesy of the Olympic Training Site at NMU.
Joseph Nardi has signed a National Letter of Intent and will join the Northern Michigan University hockey program in the fall of 2017. Nardi spent the past three seasons with the AJHL's Whitecourt Wolverines. Click the above headline for more details.
College hockey will skate into Las Vegas next January when the Ice Vegas Invitational launches with a four-team tournament. And the Northern Michigan Wildcats and Michigan Tech Huskies will compete in the event. Click the above headline to read the details.
Grant Potulny was announced as the third head coach in Northern Michigan University hockey history Tuesday morning. Potulny spent the past eight seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Minnesota. Click the above headline to read more details, and listen to RRN's Dave Danis talk with Potulny and NMU Athletic Director Forrest Karr.
The Gladstone High School football team has a lot of confidence entering the 2017 season, with experience on both sides of the ball, and a new league to play in. The Braves have left the Great Northern Conference and will play in the Mid Peninsula Conference. Click the above headline to read more about the […]
Special Olympics Michigan announced Monday that 36 athletes have been named to Team Michigan for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games being held in Seattle. Escanaba swimmer Danielle Bowen is among the 36 athletes. Click the above headline for details.
The Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores Major Boys (age 10-12) advanced to the Little League World Series on Saturday with a 6-3 win over Hinsdale, Ill., in the Great Lakes Regional championship game in Indiana. GPWS won its Michigan state championship in Gladstone more than two weeks ago, in dominating fashion. Click the above headline for details.
The Bark River-Harris High School football team is hoping that an infusion of senior talent will help the team return to the win column when this season begins later this month. The team is holding spirited two-a-day practices in preparation for the season. Click the above headline to see photos and video interviews from their […]
Gladstone High School graduate Tyson Seymour signed a National Letter of Intent on Tuesday to play baseball at Muskegon Community College. Seymour was a Division Two All-State selection in his senior year at Gladstone. Click the above headline for details.
High School football practices got under way on Monday across Michigan. In Escanaba, the Eskymos started working again after winning two playoff games last fall. Click the above headline to see photos, videos, and interviews from Day One.
Several rules changes taking effect this season are aimed at reducing health risks in high school sports as fall practices begin for member schools of the Michigan High School Athletic Association. Click the above headline for details.
Bay College has signed four more women to play basketball on the first Norse team this fall. They include Bark River-Harris graduate Paige Welch (pictured above). Click the above headline for details on all four of the signees.
The Gladstone Minor Girls (age 9-10) Little League softball team had its tournament run come to an end in the state semifinals with a 1-0 loss to Marine City on Wednesday in downstate Belleville. Click the above headline to see photos taken by Amy Sundquist.