UPSSA Week 4 poll: Iron Mountain boys move to No. 1

3/15/2021 | Feature | By Eden Laase

I ron Mountain moved to No. 1 in the Division 1-3 boys poll after defeating Escanaba 58-52 on March 9. It was Esky’s first loss of the season, and the Eskymos dropped to No. 2.

The Ewen-Trout Creek boys remain atop the Division 4 poll, while Carney-Nadeau tops this girls poll after E-TC lost to Hancock 40-37 on March 10.

Sault Ste. Marie remains No. 1 in the girls Division 1-3 poll, followed by Menominee.

Boys Division 1-3

  1. Iron Mountain (5) 13-0 25 2
  2. Escanaba 12-1 20 1
  3. Marquette 9-3 15 3
  4. Bark River-Harris 14-0 7 4
  5. Westwood 8-3 5

Others receiving votes: Jeffers (13-1 ) 3.

 

Boys Division 4

  1. Ewen-Trout Creek (4) 13-1 24 1
  2. Munising (1) 12-1 19 3
  3. Dollar Bay 11-3 14 4
  4. Rudyard 10-2 13 2
  5. Chassell 9-3 5

 

Girls Division 1-3

  1. Sault Ste. Marie (3) 11-0 23 1
  2. Menominee (2) 10-0 22 2
  3. St. Ignace 9-3 14 3
  4. Calumet 12-0 11 4
  5. Escanaba 7-4 3 T5

Others receiving votes: Negaunee (10-2) 2.

 

Girls Division 4

  1. Carney-Nadeau (3) 15-0 23 2
  2. Ewen-Trout Creek (2) 13-1 22 1
  3. Baraga 9-3 13 3
  4. Cedarville 7-2 9 4
  5. Ontonagon 10-2 6 5

Others receiving votes: Pickford (7-4) 1, Rudyard (8-3) 1.

 

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