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WRESTLING DISTRICTS:

Reprinted from a February 5, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Paul Costanzo Division 1 at Port Huron Northern (Northern, Port Huron, Davison): The Huskies and Big Reds haven’t had the best luck with district draws. A few years ago, they ran into some very good Anchor Bay teams, and now, for the second

Lady Icehawks skate to 5-1 victory

Reprinted from a post by Jim Whymer on Bluewatersportsnetwork.com dated January 30, 2013   The Port Huron Lady Icehawks continue to dominate Division 2 teams in the Michigan Metro Girls High School Hockey League. The Lady Ice hawks (8-3-1), who compete in Division 1, earned their third-straight victory against a D2 team as they downed

Second-year team hasn’t lost a league meet

Reprinted from a February 4, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Paul Costanzo Port Huron Unified Boys’ Swim Team:  Pirates cruising through MAC Silver When Cary Luke was working with James Obermyer and their parents to get a swim team started in the Port Huron Area School District, he wasn’t thinking much about

Top 25 Girls Basketball Players: The Best on the Floor

Reprinted from a February 3, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Paul Costanzo 1.Jenna Hirsch, senior, Marlette: Some may see Hirsch averaging around 21 points per game, and occasionally cracking the 30-point barrier and unfairly label her a scorer. Oh, don’t get me wrong, she can score with the best of them, but

Northern boys top GP South in overtime

Reprinted from a February 1, 2013 article in The Times Herald Trace Grain scored 27 points Thursday to lead Port Huron Northern to a 47-40 overtime win against Grosse Pointe South. Grain scored seven points in the overtime period to give the Huskies the Macomb Area Conference Blue Division win. Donovan Barnes added eight points

GIRLS TENNIS INFORMATIONAL MEETING: 2/11/13 @ 7 pm

Girls tennis season is right around the corner, and we  will be holding an informational meeting on Monday, February 11 at 7:00 in the media center at PHN.  All players and parents are encouraged to attend. You may or may not be aware that tennis is a no-cut sport, so if you know of a person that would like

Lady Huskies cruise to rivalry win

Reprinted from a January 30, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Joseph Hayes It was over not long after it began. The Port Huron Northern girls basketball team got out to a fast start Tuesday against Port Huron High and never trailed in the Macomb Area Conference White Division game. By the time

Huskies defeat Big Reds, 55-52

Reprinted from a January 30, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Joseph Hayes Now that’s what a rivalry looks like. The Port Huron High and Port Huron Northern boys basketball teams renewed their cross-town rivalry Tuesday at Northern in a game that will instantly go down as a classic. In the end, the

Competition at Blue Water Classic

Reprinted from a January 30, 2013 article in The Times Herald written by Paul Costanzo Today and Thursday, the Vikings and Saints will join Marine City and Port Huron Unified (a combination of Northern and Port Huron High) at the For­Sports Blue Water Classic at Marine City. “It’s going to be interesting,” Marysville coach Mindy

BOYS SWIM – MAC SILVER CHAMPIONS!

Congratulations to the Port Huron Unified Boys Swim Team on clinching the MAC Silver Championship with a League record of 6-0!