Category Archives: Sports

Bad Boys

Connor Dailey 17′ : Business Manager   Tonight at the palace of auburn hills the Detroit pistons play the Chicago Bulls with a special halftime show.  Rick Mahorn and Bill Laimbeer the

post super bowl

Connor Dailey 17′ This years super bowl was one of the greatest ever.  Starting with a blowout first half by the Falcons and a legendary comeback win from Tom Brady.  As Tom

LCU Unites more than just a team

Photographer Gina Hofbauer ’19  As the Hockey season just starts back up, LCN is switching things around a bit. LCN and LC have combined hockey teams to create LC United. The team plays

Where Are They Now?: Varsity Soccer Players

by: Eric Ostling ’17 LCN graduates receive athletic scholarships to schools all over the country, yet few people know of their achievements. Scott Boice, who used to coach the Varsity Girls’ soccer

College Football

Sports Editor: Ben Sassin ’17 Well college football was shook this past weekend with a lot of stunning upsets. It was the first time since 1985 where 3 top 4 teams lost.

Senior Night

By Business Manager: Connor Dailey ’17   The tradition continues.  After the tough loss Friday night by the Crusaders to Grosse Pointe South the tradition of the seniors passing there words of

Pink out for October

October is the month dedicated to breast cancer awareness. In honor of this month, L’Anse Creuse North will be participating in a couple pink out events. Tonight, October 11th, LCN’s varsity volleyball

Annual Powder Puff Game

By: Kayla Chattinger ’17 Copy Editor   Seniors for the win! After an aggressive battle last night, September 26th, seniors beat the juniors 30-26 at the 2016 Powder Puff game. Six minutes

Upsetting Loss to the MSU Spartans

By: Evan Rinaldi ’16 – Online Editor On Friday, March 18, the no. 2 ranked Michigan State Spartans never imagined that their spot in the NCAA March Madness tournament would be stolen

LCN Bowling Shines at Regionals

Kevin Rhoney ’16 Reporter On Friday, February 26th 2016, the LCN Boys & Girls Varsity Bowling traveled to 5 Star Lanes to compete in the MHSAA Regional Tournament. The field was 6

LCN Varsity Hockey against the Anchor Bay Tars

By: Riley Janssen Tomorrow, Friday December 4th, at 7:00, our boy’s  varsity hockey team will take on the Anchor Bay Tars at Mt. Clemens Ice Arena.The arena is on Groesbeck, south of

Q&A with Varsity Volleyball Coach Denise Sargent

By: Hailee Hunt ’16 Q: How did you start coaching volleyball? A: Actually, I started coaching volleyball in 1988 for our arch rival Utica.  The freshman coach of Utica played for me. 

Marching Band State Finals 2015: Update

By: Evan Rinaldi ’16                                                        

Interview with LCN Football Coach Anthony Kiner

By Jimmy Tocco ’16 The North Star staff was able to catch up with Varsity football coach Anthony Kiner. This interview discusses Kiner’s thoughts on this season, a recap of this year,

LCN Student Section Announcements

PINK OUT The theme for this Fridays game is a pink out, but its not just for the game. It has been decided that the pink out will carry into the school

And the results for Monsters University Day are in…

We’re almost halfway through spirit week, and Monsters University day has just wrapped up. Here were the most frequently represented schools at LCN today…

Boys’ Basketball shoots for success

Cara Smith ‘15 Photographer In the past, Varsity Boys’ Basketball has been very popular and successful at LCN. Students have always been very supportive of the team and look forward to cheering

Boys’ Swim Team is set for new season

Brian Crump ‘15 Entertainment Editor When thinking of big sports here, the main sports that come to mind are football, basketball, and volleyball. There are plenty more interesting sports, mainly swim. Math

Williams’ Word: Skiing for winter entertainment

  Austin William‘15 Sports Editor   The cold wind on your face and the sound of metal cutting through the snow as you slide through the powdered slopes. One of the best

Hockey player commits to collegiate level play

Jimmy Tocco ‘16 Guest writer         According to, only 22 percent of women’s hockey pin high school get the opportunity to play college hockey. LCN’s Taylor Girard ’16