Pirates Sunk By Eagles

first_imgThe Pirates played host to visitor Jac-Cen-Del on Tuesday night and fell 5-1. The Pirates got off to a slow start on Tuesday, allowing 5 first half goals. The second half went much better for the Pirates, but it was too late as the Eagles had built a 5 goal lead. The Pirates came out in the second half and had their first shut out half of the season, by not allowing another Jac-Cen-Del goal the rest of the game. The second half saw the Pirates in the attack a lot more than in the first half, seeing 4 shots on goal from Nicholas Zapfe and 5 shots on goal from Vincent Pavy. In the game’s final minute, senior Vincent Pavy broke past the Eagle defense and scored his 10th goal of the season, allowing for the Pirates to not end the game scoreless. Freshman, Grayson Newhart (who started the game at forward) played goalkeeper in the second half for the Pirates and registered 5 saves and the second half shut out. Courtesy of Pirates Coach Cody DeVolld.last_img read more

Callanan picks up Player of the month award.

first_imgIn a superb display in the All Ireland semi final against Galway, Callanan scored 3-9 for Tipp. 3-04 of his total came from play, Seamie picking up the man-of-the-match award for his performanceIn gaelic football Lee Keegan of Mayo has been named Opel GAA GPA player of the month for August.Keegan impressed for the Connacht champions against Dublin in the semi final and semi final re-play.last_img

Several Area High Schools Receive National Awards by U.S. News & World Report

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisMichigan- A number of public high schools from Northeast Michigan received national recognition for excellence by U.S. News & World Report.The publication releases a ranking of public high schools each year. This year, over 20,500 schools were evaluated. Alpena High School was the highest ranked school from the region. AHS came in at 81st in the state and 2,141st in the nation. Alpena, Tawas, and Ogemaw Heights all received silver awards.A number of smaller schools went unranked but still received national recognition. Alcona, Cheboygan, Fairview, Johannesburg-Lewiston, Hale, Onaway, Oscoda, Rogers City, and Whittemore-Prescott all received bronze awards.The report bases their ranking and evaluation on how schools serve all of their students. US News & World Report also evaluates how prepared students are for college-level coursework. Arizona took six of the top ten spots in the ranking.251 schools were ranked in the Mitten State. International Academy of Macomb was the highest ranked school from Michigan, coming in as the seventh ranked public high school in the nation. You can check out the full list of schools by heading over to U.S. News & World Report or click here.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious MATE ROV Competition Comes Home to Great Lakes Maritime Heritage CenterNext Local College Graduates Make History.last_img read more