September 8, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Suttons Bay cancels football season

Early injuries, low enrollment lead to program’s shortest season in 47 years

Baylor Mikesell listened to the post-game pep talk with his hands on his head and his knees on the gridiron. He was gassed. More...

G-L comes up short in home opener

Glen Lake soccer players took to a pristine pitch Tuesday in their 2016 home opener. More...

Tennis team to welcome Leelanau School players this week

The Leelanau team’s No. 1 doubles duo of Cathy Daniel and Xander Okerlund won another tournament championship Friday while competing at Traverse City St. Francis. More...

County runners hit PRs at Cadillac, Benzie Central

Three of four county cross country teams were back in action in two separate events last Wednesday, the Cadillac Invitational and the Hoka One One Postal Nationals at Benzie Central.  More...

Thriller at Thirlby: Glads outlast Glen Lake in defensive slugfest

15 flags, 189 yards

Jerry Angers shook hands with the opposing team, marched purposefully toward his team near the west end zone and told his players to circle up. More...

Olympian helps Leland move up to No. 3 in Class D ranks

Leland brought a little extra star power to the Bedford Invitational on Friday. More...

G-L golfer wins quad by 19 strokes

Nichole Cox felt her performance at Mistwood Golf Course last Wednesday left something to be desired.  “Nichole was striking the ball well, but she was not putting up to her standards,” Glen Lake coach Paul Christiansen said of Cox, More...

Borkovich, Spartans coming to Wuerfel for green and white game

LEELANAU COUNTY EXTRA POINTS

MSU to play at Wuerfel Park   Elmwood Township product Walter Borkovich and fellow members of the Michigan State baseball team will participate in a green and white game at Wuerfel Park in Traverse City from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. More...