November 6, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Norse start playoffs with romp; St. Francis up next

They say turnovers provide the most important statistic of football games.  If that’s so, here are the two things you need to know about Suttons Bay’s win over Mancelona Friday in first round of the state playoffs.  Mancelona 5, More...

Comets loosen up, beat Norsemen in district opener

The Suttons Bay girls volleyball team managed to get No. More...

G-L girls fall to St. Francis in district volleyball

Glen Lake’s girls volleyball team finished its season Monday with a 3-0 district loss to Class C power Traverse City St. More...

Lil’ Bucs go unbeaten in Pop Warner football

The Suttons Bay Lil’ Bucs went 5-0-1 in the Pop Warner Pee Wee division.  The Lil’ Bucs finished the season with a 6-6 tie with Petoskey in the season-ending jamboree.  More...

Comets win two in regular season finale

Leland finished its regular season on a winning note, taking two of three matches in a quad meet at Suttons Bay last Thursday.  The Comets beat Brethren 25-13, 25-10 and host Suttons Bay 25-17, 25-11, but lost to Traverse City St. More...

Goliath challenge awaits Norsemen

Recall the Bible story about how David “went to the air” — using a sling — to slay Goliath?  Goliath is up next for the Suttons Bay football team, and coach Joe Trudeau is hoping for good weather to release the Norseman a More...

Suttons Bay players ready for Gladiators

Suttons Bay football players appear more respectful than intimidated about facing Traverse City St. Francis, which has won five state titles. More...

Glass reaches 900 mark

Laurie Glass picked up her 901st career volleyball coaching win Monday.  The longtime Leland mentor is hoping for at least one more tonight.  More...

Grigg, Turrill earn All-State honors

Kaitlin Grigg and McKenna Turrill of Glen Lake finished their high school cross country careers where they started – at the Division 4 state finals.  The Glen Lake seniors, who qualifi ed for the state finals four consecutive years, earned More...

Turkey Trot ready to run

The Glen Lake Turkey Trot, a 5K anda1miletrailwalk/runwillbeheld Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Glen Lake High School.  Entry fee is $15. All proceeds go toward the Glen Lake cross country program.  Registration will be held from 11:30 a.m. More...

Wildcats lose two close matches

Northport lost its final two regular season matches, falling to host Forest Area and Manton in a tri-match last Thursday.  The Wildcats were scheduled to play Traverse City Christian last night in the Class D district volleyball semifinals at TC More...

Archer Nutt gets two nice bucks

Empire’s John Nutt will have limited participation in the firearms deer hunting season that starts Saturday, Nov. 15.  It’s not that the 64-year-old, who has hunted since he was 12, would want to miss it. More...