— Petoskey fell to Cadillac, 52-0. Ranked No. 4 in the UPI coaches poll, the Vikings handed the Northmen its second worst defeat in the 50-game series between the two schools. In 1917, the Vikings defeated the Northmen, 65-0
— In a Northern Michigan Class C Conference game, Charlevoix defeated Harbor Springs, 33-0. The Rayders had two touchdown plays of 70-yards or more including a Frank Curtis 79-yard run and a John Pearl to Herb Cummings 70-yard pass completion.
— Larry Gunderson had two touchdown runs and John Braun scored one as Boyne City won a league game, 27-18, over Pellston. Stan Swiss rushed for a touchdown and Rolo Lempke was on the receiving end of a Stan Bodzick pass for another Hornet touchdown.
— East Jordan rolled Grayling, 55-6. Don Roberts, Dan Wilson and Tom Galmore all scored on runs of 45-yards or more for the Red Devils.
— Petoskey St. Francis fell to Traverse City St. Francis, 34-0. Dick Lauer was credited with the only Crusader highlight with his touchdown-saving tackle during the second quarter during a St. Francis goal line stand.
— Petoskey won a Michigan-Huron Shores Conference game over Grayling, 44-8, to remain undefeated in league play at 3-0. A 89-yard Mike Davies to Dave Stein pass reception started the scoring for the Northmen. Stein ran for 101 yards on 14 carries, while Archie Kiogima added 86 yards on six carries.
— Boyne City and Charlevoix played to a 12-12 tie. Eric Sulak’s six yard run and Kelvin Johnecheck’s three yard run accounted for both Rambler touchdowns. Mike Streeter would rush for a touchdown and throw a completion to Woods for both Rayder touchdowns.
— Petoskey successfully defended its conference golf championship. The Northmen team was coached by Lee Milner and included Ed Wodek, Tom Wareck, John Oelke, Rick Hackett, Jim Rusek, Gary Steffans and Bill Peterson.
— Jeff Drenth, a Charlevoix grad, placed fourth and finished in 24 minutes, 31 seconds running for Central Michigan University at the Notre Dame Cross Country Invitational. Drenth’s finish was the best-ever for the Chippewa team.
— Bill Taylor of Charlevoix would win the inaugural Claire Martin Cross Country Invitational finishing in 16:42. The Rayders would place in first over Gaylord.
— Lee Milner’s Petoskey golf team won the Michigan-Huron Shores Conference championship. The Northmen were led by Brian Grow carding a 78 followed by Jeff Johnston, 79; Steve Linck, 84; John Johnson, 86; Dan Turcott, 89.
— Harbor Springs won a girls’ basketball game, 45-41, over Charlevoix. Kelly Flynn led the Rams with 15 points, while Allyson Bonzon had 12 rebounds. Liz Grunch led the Rayders with 17 points.
— Petoskey shut out Gaylord, 7-0. It was a Eric Daniel hit that caused a fumble that led to a Chan Nestell six yard run six plays later for the lone score of the game. The defense was credited for its strong play by coach Dave Farris and was led by Nestell, Mike Lintz, and Dave Sabin.
— Harbor Springs boys’ golf team won a Class C regional title — its first — as Mark Williams was the medalist carding an 80.
— Charlevoix’s Matt Smith won the Claire Martin Cross Country Invitational Large C division, finishing in 16:45, while Kelly Smith of Petoskey won the girls’ A-B division in 19:19.
— Area schools were well represented at the regional golf tournament.
Pete Garber shot a even-par 72 to lead the Northmen to a second place finish in Division II played at Katke Golf Course in Big Rapids.
David Shearer of Charlevoix was the regional medalist for the third consecutive year and the Rayders finihsed in second at the division III regional at Fox Run in Grayling.
Harbor Springs won its fourth consecutive division IV regional played at Thunder Bay in Hillman. Sean Gerard carded a 79 and was the co-medalist shared with four other golfers of which one of which was Zack Maybank of Inland Lakes.
— Harbor Springs remained unbeaten, 9-0, with a Lake Michigan Conference girls’ basketball win over Boyne City, 71-33. Anne Blomberg led the Rams with 18 points while Katie Bogart grabbed nine rebounds.
— Shelby Kear’s put back lay-up with five seconds ramining in regulation moved Petoskey past Cheboygan, 56-55.
Jillian Vratanina led the Northmen with eight points and nine rebounds.