Boyne City High School senior Jack Wicker signed a letter of intent last week with Aquinas College in Grand Rapids. He is the first Boyne City bowler to sign out of their three-year-old program.
Results from recent Boyne City High School cross country, volleyball, and soccer games.
The Boyne City Gazette’s four-page fall sports section features team photos and information for the Boyne City Ramblers 2019 fall
Detailed looks at the latest Boyne City Ramblers soccer, volleyball, and cross-country sports action.
Today Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2019-16, which establishes the Task Force on Women in Sports within the Department
The Boyne City Ramblers girls track team had a strong team performance as they won the Small School division of
“Adam came through the interview process with high marks in every regard with strong references,” said Boyne City Public Schools Superintendent Pat Little. “We had 51 applicants, interviewed seven in the first round and four in the final round.”
This photo gallery features Boyne City Ramblers team and individual sports photos including baseball, softball, tennis, track, and soccer.
Eight Boyne City girls will be playing in the largest soccer tournament in the United States this July.
Due to the BCPS School Closing for the remainder of this week due to sickness, here is the BCPS Athletic
The Boyne City Ramblers Varsity Wrestling team had another strong performance at the Petoskey Invitational on Friday Jan. 11. Of
Boyne City High School has posted its Varsity Football Head Coach position.
“I think we are poised to have a tremendous season.” —Coach Bob South
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