ISHPEMING – Judging by the trees outside, fall is upon us here in the Upper Peninsula. Every Saturday from now until Thanksgiving will be filled with plenty of high school and college sports. In college football, Michigan Tech rallied for a 26-20 win over Saginaw Valley State. Huskies fullback Zack Skeels scored the game winning touchdown with 3:29 left in the game. Below, you will find the RAW highlights from the game.

In other college football action, Northern Michigan lost by a field goal at Hillsdale, 13-10. NMU is now 1-2 (0-2 GLIAC) to begin the season. Michigan State took care of Eastern Michigan in East Lansing, winning the game 73-14.

The NMU and MTU volleyball teams spent Friday and Saturday in Ohio. The Wildcats defeated Ashland, 3-1 on Saturday, while the Huskies also won in four sets against Lake Erie. Michigan Tech travels to Northern Michigan this Tuesday. The match at Vandament Arena is set to begin at 6 p.m.

The Tigers won again at Kansas City today, 3-2 was the final. The win puts Detroit 2.5 games ahead of the Royals for first place in the A.L. Central Division standings.

Below you will find scores from all of the action from today.


Kingsford 42  CHEBOYGAN 7

Ontonagon 62  Charleton Heston Academy 40 (Game played at Brimley)

Posen 30  Ewen-Trout Creek 24 (Game played at Engadine)

Lake Linden-Hubbell 28  Gogebic 20 (Game played at Bessemer)

MICHIGAN TECH 26  Saginaw Valley State 20

HILLSDALE 13  Northern Michigan 10

MICHIGAN STATE 73  Eastern Michigan 14

Utah 26  MICHIGAN 10


Forest Park Volleyball Invitational

Semifinals: North Dickinson 2  Florence (WI) 1

Semifinals: Forest Park 2  West Iron County 0

Championship: Forest Park 2  North Dickinson 0


Northern Michigan 3  ASHLAND 1

Michigan Tech 3  LAKE ERIE 1


St. Olaf Invitational

Michigan Tech Women: 6th place finish

Michigan Tech Men: 7th place finish


Northwood 7  MICHIGAN TECH 2


GLIAC Fall Invitational – South Haven, Mich.

Team Scores

1. Ferris State 289

2. Wayne State 291

3. Saginaw Valley State 292

T6. Northern Michigan 300

Ayrton Mantha (NMU): 69 (-3)


Detroit 3  KANSAS CITY 2