Due to freezing rain and icy conditions, Superior Central will be closed today, Tuesday, February 20th
Per Norway’s request the Girls Basketball game scheduled for tomorrow vs. Norway has been moved to Wednesday, Feb. 21st.
Boys basketball has been reaheduled for Wednesday night at Norway. JV will start at 6:30, varsity to follow. The Girls games tonight vs. Carney will be plyed as scheduled.
Boys Basketball at Norway tonight has been cancelled. Make up date to be determined. A decision on the girls game at home will be made later this afternoon.
Cougar girls lost a tough one at home to Big Bay de Noc 46-47. Keep your heads up ladies!
Just received word that M-28 will be closing at 1:00. The SC busses will be running at their normal times.
Varsity boys picked up the road win in Felch tonight 64-60. JV dropped a close one 43-45.
Cougar boys dropped a tough one to Rapid River 64-45.
Basketball games from yesterday and today are both rescheduled for tomorrow. Girls at home vs. Mid Peninsula. Boys at Carney Nadeau. Boys bus wil leave at 3:30. Thanks to Mrs. Bray and the other ADs and officials for the quick reschedule!
Due to continued snow and blowing and drifting on side roads, Superior Central will be closed again today, Tuesday, January 23rd. Stay safe.
Tonight’s Girls Basketball Game has been rescheduled for Wednesday, January 24th.
Due to forecasted nasty weather this afternoon, Superior Central will be closed today, Monday, January 22nd. Stay safe!
Boys lost on the road at Stephenson 63-58. Always tough on the road.
Girls had a tough loss tonight at home against Gwinn. Emma Rondeau led the Cougars with 19 points.
Great effort tonight by the Cougar Boys. Dropped a tough one to North Central 63-59. Joe Heinnonen led with 21 points. Levi Charlebois tossed in 17.
1:30 Dismissal Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19. MS/HS students, study for those exams!
Reminder! 12:30 Dismissal tomorrow, Friday, January 12th.
Nice win tonight by the Girls Varsity Basketball team over Rapid River! Emma Rondeau led the team with 14 points. Taylor Silta and Tori Tyner each chipped in 13. 🏀