MSHS School Spirit Face Masks for Sale

MSHS School Spirit Face Masks for Sale

Show your school spirit at upcoming home athletics events by purchasing an MSHS face mask with the Marquette “Block M” logo on it!

Masks are available for $10/mask and come in both black and red (see picture below).  Material is a breathable 100% polyester with sublimated logo and elastic ear straps (one size fits all).

All proceeds to go benefit MSHS boys and girls athletics teams.

To purchase, contact the MSHS Athletics Department at atiseo@mapsnet.org or 906-225-5362.

Boys Cross Country Takes First Place At Competitive Kingsford Invite

Boys Cross Country Takes First Place At Competitive Kingsford Invite

The MSHS Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams traveled to Iron Mountain City Park on Tuesday afternoon to compete in the Kingsford Flivver Invitational.

Boys Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 28
  2. Houghton – 59
  3. Gladstone – 67
  4. Menominee – 124
  5. Escanaba – 148
  6. Stephenson – 163
  7. Negaunee – 177
  8. Rapid River – 189
  9. Norway – 219
  10. West Iron County – 238

Top 15 Finishers:

  1. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 17:46
  2. Drew Hughes – Gladstone – 17:49
  3. Eric Weiss – Houghton – 18:04
  4. Colin Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:16.1
  5. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:16.5
  6. Branden Peterson – Houghton – 18:46
  7. Jonah Nordine – Ewen-Trout Creek – 18:50
  8. Derek Douglas – Escanaba – 18:52
  9. Peyton Osborne – Marquette – 19:03
  10. Lucas Hughes – Gladstone – 19:07.0
  11. Cully Papin – Marquette – 19:07.4
  12. Hunter Shepeck – Menominee – 19:11
  13. Davin Evans – Houghton – 19:15
  14. Brady Ketzenberger – Marquette – 19:17
  15. Blake Krouth – Gladstone – 19:24

Full Boys Varsity Race Results available at this link.

In the Boys Junior Varsity Race, Marquette’s Adam White took first place with a time of 19:47.  Click here for full results from the Boys Junior Varsity Race.

Boys Cross Country Wins At Marquette County Championships

Boys Cross Country Wins At Marquette County Championships

On a beautiful day at Presque Isle Park, Marquette County high schools gathered to compete at the Marquette County Championship Cross Country Meet.  Competing schools included MSHS, Ishpeming, Negaunee, Republic-Michigamme and Westwood.

Boys Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 19
  2. Ishepming – 40
  3. Westwood – 90
  4. Westwood – 101
  5. Republic-Michigamme – N/A

Top 15 Finishers:

  1. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 17:23
  2. Jordan Longtine – Ishpeming – 17:56
  3. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:02
  4. Truman Langlois – Marquette – 18:10
  5. Peyton Osborne – Marquette – 18:14
  6. Lincoln Sager – Marquette – 18:18
  7. Silas Broberg – Ishpeming – 18:22
  8. Joseph King – Ishpeming – 18:27
  9. Colin Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:36
  10. David Liimatta – Ishpeming – 18:40
  11. James Dank – Negaunee – 18:48
  12. Brady Ketzenberger – Marquette – 18:49
  13. Preston Gauthier – Ishpeming – 18:50
  14. Parker Gauthier – Ishpeming – 18:51
  15. Levi Giroux – Ishpeming – 18:57

Full Boys Varsity Race Results available at this link.

In the Boys Junior Varsity Race, Marquette’s Cully Papin took first place with a time of 18:22.  Click here for full results from the Boys Junior Varsity Race.

Boys Cross Country Takes First Place at Dale Phillips Invitational

Boys Cross Country Takes First Place at Dale Phillips Invitational

On a cool yet sunny day in Marquette at Presque Isle, 17 schools competed at the Dale Phillips Invitational.  The day included six total races with Boys/Girls Varsity races taking place for Division 1 and Division 2/3 schools as well as Boys/Girls Junior Varsity races.

Boys Division 1 Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 19
  2. Houghton – 58
  3. Escanaba – 85
  4. Menominee – 99
  5. Westwood – 127
  6. Negaunee – 152

Top 15 Finishers:

  1. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 17:44
  2. Colin Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 17:51
  3. Derek Douglas – Escanaba – 17:57
  4. Truman Langlois – Marquette – 18:18
  5. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:22
  6. Branden Peterson – Houghton – 18:40
  7. Lincoln Sager – Marquette – 18:49
  8. Brady Ketzenberger – Marquette – 18:57
  9. Cully Papin – Marquette – 19:09.3
  10. James Dank – Negaunee – 19:09.6
  11. Eric Weiss – Houghton – 19:13
  12. Evan Labyak – Houghton – 19:25
  13. Landen Clausen – Menominee – 19:27
  14. Davin Evans – Houghton – 19:42
  15. Cyrus Hamlin – Houghton – 19:48

Full Division 1 Boys Varsity Race Results available at this link.

In the Boys Junior Varsity Race, Marquette’s Peyton Osborne took first place with a time of 18:50.  Click here for full results from the Boys Junior Varsity Race.

Click here for the full results from the Division 2/3 Boys Varsity Race.

Boys Cross Country Starts Season Fast at Marquette Earlybird Invite

Boys Cross Country Starts Season Fast at Marquette Earlybird Invite

On Friday morning, the MSHS Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams welcomed six teams to Presque Isle Park for the Marquette Earlybird Invite and the first competition for the 2020 season.  Both the boys and girls teams competed well in the 5K races and showed off a solid training base to start the season.

No team scores were kept at this friendly competition and offered participating schools a chance to evaluate runners early in the season.  Schools in attendance were Escanaba, Gladstone, Ishpeming, Kingsford, Marquette, Negaunee and Westwood.

Top 15 Boys Varsity Finishers:

  1. Carson Vanderschaff – Marquette – 17:48
  2. Drew Hughes – Gladstone – 17:52
  3. Colin Vanderschaff – Marquette – 17:54
  4. Truman Langlois – Marquette – 18:07
  5. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:10
  6. Derek Douglas – Escanaba – 18:27
  7. Lucas Hughes – Gladstone – 18:36
  8. Jordan Longtine – Ishpeming – 18:50
  9. David Liimatta – Ishpeming – 18:57
  10. Lincoln Sager – Marquette – 19:06
  11. James Dank – Negaunee – 19:08
  12. Peyton Osborne – Marquette – 19:21
  13. Blake Krouth – Gladstone – 19:30
  14. Adam White – Marquette – 19:34
  15. Wyatt Madden – Gladstone – 19:58
Fall 2020 Registration Information and Start Dates

Fall 2020 Registration Information and Start Dates

Fall Sport Registration Process

  1. The fall sports registration page is now active. All students participating in a fall sport will need to complete their registration before he/she is eligible to compete.  Through the registration page, parents will be able to take care of pay-to-play fees online.  Click here for the fall sports registration page.
  2. MHSAA Physical Forms are available both in the high school office and by clicking here.  Students must submit their physician-signed physical form to the high school office prior to participating in a fall sport!  As a reminder, this requirement has been waived for the 2020-21 school year for all students with a valid physical form on file (students will still need to complete the MHSAA Annual Sports Health Questionnaire Form).  Click here for more information on this important change to the physical form requirement for 2020-21.

Fall Sport Tryouts and Start Date Information (updated as information becomes available; schedules available at this link)

  • Cross Country
    • First Practice DateWednesday, August 12; 9:00 a.m. at the MSHS Football Field
    • Coach ContactKyle Detmers; detmersk@yahoo.com
  • Football
    • First Practice DateMonday, August 10; 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the MSHS Football Field (ALL TEAMS)
    • Varsity Coach ContactEric Mason; ejmason7@yahoo.com
    • JV Coach ContactDemetrise Mullen; demullen@nmu.edu
    • Freshman Coach ContactJoe Levandoski; jlevandoski@mapsnet.org
  • Dance Team
    • Tryout DatesMonday-Wednesday, August 10-12; 10:00-12:00 p.m. at the MSHS Football Field
    • Click here for tryout information.
    • Coach ContactAlicia Beauchamp; abeauchamp@gmail.com
  • Fall Sideline Cheer
    • First Practice DateMonday, August 10
    • Coach ContactsEliisa Gladwell; emgladwel@gmail.com and Bridget Johnson; bridgetjjohnson@yahoo.com
  • Boys Soccer
    • Tryout DatesWednesday-Friday, August 12-14 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Kaufman Sports Complex
    • Parent Information MeetingTuesday, August 11 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kaufman Sports Complex Pavilion
    • Coach ContactDan Salmon; yooperchzhed@gmail.com
  • Girls Tennis
    • First Practice Date/TimeWednesday, August 12; 9:00 a.m. at the MSHS Tennis Courts
    • Coach ContactDerek Sandstrom; dsandstrom@mapsnet.org
  • Volleyball
    • Tryout Dates/TimesWednesday-Friday, August 12-14; Frosh – 9:00-11:00 a.m., JV – 12:00-2:30 p.m., Varsity – 5:00-7:30 p.m. (Wednesday & Thursday), 3:00-5:30 p.m. (Friday) 
    • Tryout Location:   All sessions to be held in the MSHS Main Gymnasium; enter through Auxiliary Gym Entrance (masks required for entry/exit)
    • Varsity Coach ContactAnn Crandell-Williams; anncrand@gmail.com
    • JV Coach ContactTracy Hruska; articatz@aol.com
    • Freshman Coach ContactDawn Kruhak; dkruhak@mapsnet.org

2020-21 Handbook and Code of Conduct – click here to view

2020-21 Pay-to-Play Policy – click here to view

Year In Review:  2019-20 Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month

Year In Review: 2019-20 Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month

Each year, Marquette Senior High School is fortunate to have Superiorland Kiwanis provide its deserving student-athletes with “Student-Athlete of the Month” awards at recognition ceremonies taking place throughout the academic year.  Although student-athletes are recognized for their accomplishments within one sport during the monthly ceremonies, many go on to participate in subsequent sport seasons and accumulate additional athletics honors.

Listed below are all Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month from 2019-20.  Click on each student-athlete to view their athletics honors earned during the fall and winter seasons (*2020 spring sports seasons canceled on 4/3/20).

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

 

Olivia Moffitt and Hogan Nemetz Named October Student-Athletes of the Month

Olivia Moffitt and Hogan Nemetz Named October Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Olivia Moffitt (girls cross country) and Hogan Nemetz (boys cross country) have been selected as the Student-Athletes of the Month for October.

Olivia Moffitt is a junior at MSHS and participated as a member of the girls cross country team this fall.

Throughout the 2019 cross country season, Olivia demonstrated tremendous improvement and toughness that ultimately earned her a place on the All-U.P. “Dream Team” as a result of her 6th Place finish in the Division 1 Girls Race at U.P. Finals.  In addition, she was also the runner-up at the Great Northern Conference Meet.  These performances helped the MSHS Girls Varsity Cross Country Team come away with both U.P. Division 1 and GNC championships.  Aside from earning All-U.P. “Dream Team” honors, Olivia was named as the team’s “Most Valuable Runner” and also earned All-State, Academic All-State and All-GNC accolades.

Academically, Olivia owns a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA.  She has been named to the honor roll for each semester and is a member of the MSHS National Honor Society.

During the summer months, Olivia participates as part of the Upper Peninsula Community Rowing Club (UPCRC).  She also volunteers time assisting with the operation of the Costa Rican Exchange Program at MSHS.  Outside of school, Olivia enjoys baking, art projects, running, biking, swimming, being with animals, road trips and house plants.

While Olivia’s post-high school plans are still undecided for the most part, she is considering pursuing a career as a veterinarian.

Hogan Nemetz is a senior at MSHS and just wrapped up his final season as a member of the Boys Cross Country Team.  He is a four-year varsity letter winner for the cross country program.

In his senior season, Hogan again showed great determination and progress throughout the year with consistent improvement in his race performances.  He placed 7th in this year’s Division 1 Boys Race at U.P. Finals and led the team to it’s first U.P. Championship since 2014.  Hogan’s finish at U.P. Finals, along with his 5th Place result at the Great Northern Conference (GNC) meet, earned him places on the All-State, Academic All-State, All-U.P. and All-GNC teams.  In addition, Hogan was named as the “Most Valuable Runner” within the boys cross country program for the 2019 season.

Hogan is a multi-sport student-athlete at MSHS and will keep busy throughout the remainder of his senior year by participating on the Redmen Varsity Hockey, MSHS Boys Track & Field and American Legion Blues Baseball teams.

Academically, Hogan has a 3.71 GPA and is a regular member of the honor roll.  He is also a member of the National Honor Society and has volunteered time assisting with the Marquette Marathon.

Upon graduation, Hogan is planning to continue his education at Michigan Tech University and pursue a degree in computer science.

 

Boys Cross Country Wins U.P. Division 1 Cross Country Championship

Boys Cross Country Wins U.P. Division 1 Cross Country Championship

On a breezy, yet beautiful day at Gentz’s Golf Course in Marquette, 10 high school teams competed for the MHSAA U.P. Division 1 Boys Cross Country Championship.

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 51
  2. Sault Ste. Marie – 57
  3. Houghton – 63
  4. Gladstone – 103
  5. Menominee – 131
  6. Negaunee – 139
  7. Calumet – 209
  8. Westwood – 229
  9. Kingsford – 260

Full team results at this link.

Top 15 Finishers (All-U.P./All-State Honorees):

  1. Joe Wood – Houghton – 16:57
  2. Giovanni Mathews – Gladstone – 17:27
  3. Jaron Wyma – Sault Ste. Marie – 17:30
  4. Kaaleb Ranta – Sault Ste. Marie – 17:33.0
  5. Drew Hughes – Gladstone – 17:33.5
  6. Hunter Shepeck – Menominee – 17:41
  7. Hogan Nemetz – Marquette – 17:48
  8. Moses Waite – Marquette – 17:57
  9. Lincoln Sager – Marquette – 17:59
  10. Branden Peterson – Houghton – 18:00
  11. Davin Evans – Houghton – 18:02.0
  12. Zachary Wilcox – Sault Ste. Marie – 18:02.1
  13. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:03
  14. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:06
  15. Colin Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:10

Full race results available at this link.

Boys Cross Country Takes Conference Championship at GNC Meet

Boys Cross Country Takes Conference Championship at GNC Meet

On a cool and cloudy day, five teams battled for the Great Northern Conference Championship, which was hosted by Kingsford High School at Iron Mountain City Park.

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 27
  2. Gladstone – 58
  3. Menominee – 62
  4. Escanaba – 113
  5. Kingsford – 124

Full varsity team results at this link.

Top 10 Varsity Finishers (All-GNC Honorees):

  1. Giovanni Mathews – Gladstone – 17:44
  2. Drew Hughes – Gladstone – 17:45
  3. Moses Waite – Marquette – 17:57
  4. Colin Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:09
  5. Hogan Nemetz – Marquette – 18:22
  6. Hunter Shepeck – Menominee – 18:32
  7. Peyton Osborne – Marquette – 18:36
  8. Lincoln Sager – Marquette – 18:38
  9. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 18:47
  10. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:51

Full varsity race results available at this link.

Full junior varsity race results available at this link.