ROGERS CITY, MI- Going undefeated in any sport, any season is a hard thing to do. Which is why the Rogers City Hurons finishing the regular season at 9-0 is not being taken lightly. It is only the third time the Hurons have finished the regular season perfect.
When asked when the team needed to put the regular season behind them, Head Coach Jesse Fenstermaker kept it simple. “As soon as todays practice began.” The NSL champions had two days to enjoy their record run. Now, it is all hands on deck as they prepare for Newberry in round one of teh MHSAA playoffs.
16 teams qualified for the 8-man Division 1 playoffs. The Hurons, despite their perfect record, were seeded second in a region that includes three Upper-Peninsula teams, including top seeded Munising.
The Hurons host Newberry Friday night. Kickoff from Rogers City is at 7 PM.