March 7, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

THE CHAMPS

Leland turns back Norse

Leland captured its second straight district crown in Class D girls’ basketball Friday with a 57-32 victory over Suttons Bay.  “It’s exciting,” Leland coach Megan Munoz said of winning back-to-back districts. More...

Glen Lake girls no match for St. Francis in C tournament Girls Scoring Leaders

For the Glen Lake girls basketball team, it was one and done in the Class C district tournament.  There was no shame in losing to eventual district champ Traverse City St. Francis, but the 48-28 loss on Feb. More...

Lake Leelanau girl hits 1,000 points

Lake Leelanau’s Casie Plamondon got a game ball Saturday for a firstquarter lay-up that pushed the Traverse City Bulldogs home-schooler over the 1,000 career point mark.  The versatile hoop star would have preferred a state title instead.& More...

Lakers advance in Class C

The Glen Lake boys basketball team beat Elk Rapids for the second time this season Monday night.  The victory advanced the Lakers into the Class C district semis against East Jordan. The game was scheduled for last night. More...

Norse on a roll, win four of last five

The Suttons Bay boys basketball team finished its regular season strong — four wins in the last five games.  The final two came in a homeand home series with Mesick. More...

Lakers close regular season with 9 straight wins

The Glen Lake boys basketball team finished the regular season and a Northwest Conference championship season on a high note.  The Lakers won nine straight games, including last Thursday’s 42-35 NW win at Benzie Central, to close an 18-2 r More...

Leland ousted in regionals

Gaylord St. Mary’s shot 67 percent from the field Tuesday night to oust Leland in the first round of the Class D district basketball tournament, 60-28.  “We blinked and it was 19-0,” Comet coach Megan Munoz said. More...

Boys miss out on girls night

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It was girls night — the finals of the girls district basketball tournament — Friday night at St. Mary’s gym.  Kudos go out to Leland’s girls for winning the Class D tournament over Suttons Bay.  More...

Bulldogs second best in the state

The Traverse City Bulldogs came up one point short in their quest for the home-school state championship on Saturday.  The CHAPS Chariots of Lansing nudged the Bulldogs, 40-39, in double overtime at Carson City.  More...

Leland, Northport advance in boys districts

Leland and Northport boys basketball teams reached the semifinal round of the Class D district tournament hosted by Suttons Bay.  More...

St. Mary picks up game, loss; Northport ends at 7-10

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Leland boys end season on even keel

It turns out that the Leland boys finished their regular basketball season at 10-10.  But the record doesn’t reflect what could have been for the Comets.  For example, if 6-6 post player A.J. More...

Senior leadership will be missed from Glen Lake co-op ski team

Seven seniors on the Glen Lake co-op ski team helped produce three consecutive girls conference championships and two consecutive boys titles.  And coach Mark Fisher will miss their leadership.  More...

St. Mary will return many from title team

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