2021 Great Northern Conference Boys Basketball Awards Announced

2021 Great Northern Conference Boys Basketball Awards Announced

On Monday (4/12/21), boys basketball coaches within the Great Northern Conference (GNC) met to select awards recipients for the 2021 season.  Member schools within the GNC include Marquette, Escanaba, Gladstone, Kingsford and Menominee.

Marquette was well represented in the top tier of awards with Kameron Karp repeating as the GNC’s Player of the Year and teammates Ty Lotterman and Lincoln Sager earning All-GNC First Team honors.

Below are the All-GNC awards recipients from the 2021 boys basketball season:

GNC Player of the Year:

  • Kameron Karp, Marquette

GNC Defensive Player of the Year:

  • Erik Victorson, Escanaba

GNC Coach of the Year:

  • Tracy Hudson, Escanaba

All-GNC First Team:

  • Cam Ballard, Gladstone
  • Aiden Bellisle, Menominee
  • Carter Hudson, Escanaba
  • Ty Lotterman, Marquette
  • Lincoln Sager, Marquette
  • Erik Victorson, Escanaba

All-GNC Second Team:

  • Cole Bracket, Kingsford
  • Rayne Castor, Gladstone
  • Cooper Conway, Menominee
  • Colin Hudson, Escanaba
  • Brody Kopp, Kingsford
  • Nick Nora, Kingsford

All-GNC Special Mention:

  • Brandon Frazer, Escanaba
  • Hunter Potier, Gladstone
  • Brady Schultz, Menominee

All-GNC Honorable Mention:

  • Brady Badker, Menominee
  • Jared Hanson, Escanaba
  • Andrew Paupore, Kingsford
  • Connor Smale, Escanaba

2021 GNC Team Champions:

  • Varsity:  Escanaba (6-1)
  • JV:  Escanaba (7-0)
  • FreshmanMarquette (6-1)
Figure Skating Concludes 2020-21 Season at Michigan High School State Championships

Figure Skating Concludes 2020-21 Season at Michigan High School State Championships

Over spring break, the MSHS Figure Skating Team competed at the Michigan High School State Finals that were held in Dearborn, MI.  After a season filled with virtual meets, the in-person format of the state finals as a welcomed positive change for the group to end its season on.

Day 1 of the competition featured the individual events of Artistic, Dance and Freeskate.  MSHS performed very well in each event (top performances listed below) and came away with 56 total points, which was good for fourth place overall (out of 28 teams).  Kalamazoo Area claimed first place with 81 points, followed by Divine Child (77 points), PCEP (83 points), Marquette, and Midland (55 points) to round out the top five.

Top Individual Performances:

  • Cassie Davis – 9th Place Freeskate, 1st Place Dance (State Champion)
  • Samantha Heikkila – 6th Place Artistic, 2nd Place Freeskate
  • Jamie Hendrickson – 5th Place Artistic, 3rd Place Freeskate
  • Paige Hendrickson – 9th Place Dance, 6th Place Freeskate
  • Olivia Klump – 5th Place Freeskate, 1st Place Artistic (State Champion)
  • Addie Ollila – 7th Place Artistic, 5th Place Freeskate
  • Regina Olson – 4th place Dance, 4th Place Freeskate

    Day 2 of the championships featured the team competition.  Again, MSHS competed well on the day to turn in an 11th place finish overall.  Below is the breakdown of the event and how MSHS fared in each category:

  • Jumps – 13th Place – Addie Ollila, Cassie Davis, Paige Hendrickson
  • Moves – 2nd Place – Samantha Heikkila, Paige Hendrickson, Cassie Davis
  • Spins – 13th Place – Jamie Hendrickson, Paige Hendrickson, Samantha Heikkila, Cassie Davis
Media Information for 4/1/21 Boys Basketball vs. Grand Blanc (MHSAA Regional Final)

Media Information for 4/1/21 Boys Basketball vs. Grand Blanc (MHSAA Regional Final)

Tomorrow’s MHSAA Regional Championship Boys Basketball game vs. Grand Blanc (7:00 p.m.; hosted by Midland Dow HS) can be viewed on live video stream and radio through these means:

NFHS Network:

  • Varsity Game Link – Marquette vs. Grand Blanc – 7:00 p.m. (link added once available)

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Radio Coverage:

Radio coverage of the game can be found through Fox Sports Marquette on 105.1 and 99.9 FM.

Audio streaming is also available from the Fox Sports Marquette website at www.foxsportsmarquette.com.

Team Rosters:

Varsity Boys Basketball Gets 54-48 Victory Over Midland; Advances To First MHSAA Regional Final Since 2002-03

Varsity Boys Basketball Gets 54-48 Victory Over Midland; Advances To First MHSAA Regional Final Since 2002-03

Varsity Boys Basketball (13-3; 4-3 Great Northern Conference)

Marquette 54, Midland 48

Game Recap:

Next Up:

With tonight’s win, MSHS advances to the MHSAA Regional Final where they will take on Grand Blanc High School. The regional championship game will be played at Midland Dow High School on Thursday, April 1 at 7:00 p.m.

Media Information for 3/30/21 Boys Basketball vs. Midland (MHSAA Regional Semifinal)

Media Information for 3/30/21 Boys Basketball vs. Midland (MHSAA Regional Semifinal)

Tomorrow’s MHSAA Regional Semifinal Boys Basketball game vs. Midland (7:00 p.m.; hosted by Traverse City Central HS) can be viewed on live video stream and radio through these means:

NFHS Network:

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Radio Coverage:

Radio coverage of the game can be found through Fox Sports Marquette on 105.1 and 99.9 FM.

Audio streaming is also available from the Fox Sports Marquette website at www.foxsportsmarquette.com.

Team Rosters:

Varsity Boys Basketball Defeats Petoskey 69-65 To Claim District Championship

Varsity Boys Basketball Defeats Petoskey 69-65 To Claim District Championship

Varsity Boys Basketball (12-3; 4-3 Great Northern Conference)

Marquette 69, Petoskey 65

Game Recap:

Next Up:

With tonight’s win, MSHS advances to the regional round of play where they will take on the winner of tonight’s game between Mt. Pleasant and Midland. The regional semifinal game will be played at Traverse City Central High School on Tuesday, March 30 at 7:00 p.m.

Media Information for 3/27/21 Boys Basketball vs. Petoskey (MHSAA District Final)

Media Information for 3/27/21 Boys Basketball vs. Petoskey (MHSAA District Final)

Tomorrow’s MHSAA District Championship Boys Basketball game vs. Petoskey (1:30 p.m.) can be viewed on live video stream and radio through these means:

NFHS Network:

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Radio Coverage:

Radio coverage of the game can be found through Fox Sports Marquette on 105.1 and 99.9 FM.

Audio streaming is also available from the Fox Sports Marquette website at www.foxsportsmarquette.com.

Team Rosters: