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Sports Update 2/15/2018

SPORTS
THURSDAY

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL LAST NIGHT
MENOMINEE 50 ESCANABA 39 EMMA ANDERSON LED THE MAROONS WITH 16 POINTS AND 9 REBOUNDS.
STEPHENSON 62 BIG BAY DE NOC 57 EMILY JOHNSON PACED THE EAGLES WITH 21 POINTS.

MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL
UW-FOX VALLEY BEAT UW-MARINETTE 73-64 AT THE MAX E. PETERSON FIELDHOUSE IN MARINETTE IN AN OPENING GAME OF THE WISCONSIN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT. BRYCE THOMPSON LED THE BUCS WITH 18 POINTS.

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TONIGHT
CLINTONVILLE AT MARINETTE 7:15 ON SPORTS RADIO 570
IT’S SENIOR NIGHT FOR THE MARINES, THEIR LAST REGULAR SEASON HOME GAME. MARINETTE IS 15-4 OVERALL, 12-3 IN THE N.E.C., TWO GAMES BEHIND FIRST PLACE WRIGHTSTOWN.

BIG BAY DE NOC AT STEPHENSON 6
STAA AT NIAGARA 6:45
GILLETT AT CRIVITZ 7
WAUSAUKEE AT LENA
COLEMAN AT ONEIDA NATION BOTH AT 7:15

GIRLS BASKETBALL
LAONA/WABENO AT MENOMINEE 7
ONEIDA NATION AT GILLETT 7
LENA AT FLORENCE 7:15

MARINETTE YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL INC. WILL HOLD REGISTRATION ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD FROM 5-8PM AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH FROM 9AM UNTIL NOON AT THE NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY ON MARY STREET IN MARINETTE. T-BALL IS OPEN TO KIDS AGES 5-6, BASEBALL IS OPEN TO AGES 7-15 WITH A CUT-OFF DATE OF APRIL 30TH AND SOFTBALL IS OPEN TO AGES 7-16 WITH A CUT-OFF DATE OF DECEMBER 31ST. REGISTRATION FEE IS 40 DOLLARS PER PLAYER WITH A MAXIMUM OF 80 DOLLARS PER FAMILY PLUS EACH PLAYER MUST SELL ONE BOX OF CANDY BARS. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT MYBI.ORG OR CALL MYBI PRESIDENT SUE ERDMAN AT 715-732-6399.

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