June 19, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Comets best on soccer pitch

The Leland girls soccer team raised the bar this season with a 22-3-2 record that included a Greater Northwest Conference championship and a Division 4 district title.  And there were at least five reasons why. More...

G-L baseball events planned DOUG REXROAT

Glen Lake’s baseball program has several upcoming events on tap, starting Saturday, June 28.  Participants in all events are encouraged to contact Glen Lake head baseball coach Kris Herman by e-mail at hermank@glenlake.k12.mi.us by Tuesday More...

Leland’s Munoz heads All-State soccer team

Leland’s Libby Munoz, the county’s most prolific scorer, has been chosen first-team, All-State in Division 4 girls soccer.  “I am very happy for Libby,” Leland coach Joe Burda said of his sophomore forward who scored 64 g More...

Glen Lake seniors leave a legacy behind

Nine seniors, 108 victories, 35 losses and two ties.  And an .889 school-best winning percentage.  The Glen Lake boys baseball team capped an unforgettable run with coach Kris Herman on Friday.  More...

Lakers fall short in semis again

Pitcher Thomas Waning took time this week to reflect on a second straight Glen Lake baseball season that ended in the Division 4 state semifinals.  More...

Smoke, Endicott win M-22 Challenge

Jeff Smoke captured his third M-22 Challenge in four years Saturday, but the Granger, Ind. More...

SPORTS BRIEFS

Twenty participants spent the day on the links at Bay Meadows Golf Course, which provided free use of the facility.  This year, two participants hit a hole-in-one. Doug Rexroat of Lake Leelanau hit the cup with one stroke on No. More...

S-B’s Prado a real keeper, despite injuries

Keeper Irene Prado ended an injury- prone high school athletic career on a healthy note.  And her Suttons Bay girls soccer team couldn’t be prouder.  More...

County basketball camp next week

The 38th annual Leelanau County Basketball Camp runs next week, starting Monday.  The five-day camp, directed by Don Miller, is for kindergarten through eighth graders.  Miller, the former Glen Lake boys hoop coach and a Hall of Famer, will More...