September 10, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Lakers, Norse keep eyes on prize after all-county clash

Frankfort, Grayling up next

Zach Smith and his Suttons Bay teammates plan to practice selective amnesia this week after a 26-14 loss in the Cherry Bucket game and an 0-2 start to the season.  The Norse will have to regroup in a hurry as they travel to Frankfort (1-1) Frida More...

Leelanau County tennis players place third in TC St. Francis quad

The Leelanau County tennis team scored six points en route to a thirdplace finish at a quad hosted by Traverse City St. Francis last Friday.  Teams in attendance were TC St. Francis, TC Central Black (B team) and Boyne City.  More...

Return TDs propel Lakers to 5th straight Cherry Bucket victory

Apsey scores twice

Jerry Fessell and his Glen Lake teammates wasted no time in sending a message to their Leelanau County rivals last Thursday in the Cherry Bucket game.  Fessell’s 63-yard kickoff return touchdown 14 seconds into the game set the tone for wh More...

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GLEN LAKE community members gathered along M-72 on Saturday at the site of legendary Laker baseball coach John Schlosser’s fatal car accident, which took place in 2007. More...

Leland runners to field full boys, girls teams for first time in years

Mud Run slated for Saturday

Humid weather didn’t stop Kat Murphy’s young Leland program at the Cadillac Invitational last Wednesday, though it may have slowed the Comets after a fast start.  More...

Comets, Norse, Wildcats capture quality victories

Leland volleyball coach Laurie Glass and her Comets came into the conference meet at Glen Lake on Tuesday with a plan: attack inside.  More...

Leland’s dynamic duo nets four; North Bay outlasts stingy keeper

North Bay shoots past TCBAA

It’s taken role players, unsung heroes and total team efforts to give Leland a 6-2 start to the 2015 season.  But when it comes to the role of scoring goals, Mike Osorio and Noah Fetterolf have given opposing defenses fits game in and game More...

Cox, Lakers cruise to victory at Mistwood

Nichole Cox and the Glen Lake golf team ran into little resistance at a triangular golf match last Wednesday at Mistwood, carding a team score of 412.  East Jordan tallied 513 strokes; Manistee did not have a team score.  More...