Sports Overtime (11/1 -- Part 4) - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Sports Overtime (11/1 -- Part 4)

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There were nine games that featured local teams tonight that we couldn't get to on the show. Plus we're at the Touchscreen recapping the first week of the playoffs and looking ahead to the next round.

Comstock Park 43, Fremont 14
Standish-Sterling 21, Kingsley 14
Muskegon Oakridge 35, Newaygo 14
Ithaca 36, Sanford Meridian 0
Carson City-Crystal 21, Evart 6
St. Ignace 60, Hillman 19
Iron Mountain North Dickinson 41, Pickford 22
Fowler 19, Baldwin 7
Rapid River 60, Posen 25

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