September 15, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

North Bay wins in PKs, gears up for Glen Lake in homecoming special

All eyes were on Oliver Creamer as the senior center back made his way into the box with a chance to be an early season hero for North Bay. More...

Comets, Norse extend winning streaks

One step at a time. One punch at a time. One round at a time. Rocky Balboa’s boxing philosophy in “Creed,” a sequel to the six-film “Rocky” franchise, spoke to first-year Suttons Bay coach Kelly Mokanyk. More...

Romanowski racks up 24 points at equestrian debut in Williamsburg

Glen Lake junior Laura Romanowski rode into the 2016 equestrian season at the Flint Fields in Williamsburg over the weekend — and started strong.  More...

Cox battles illness, places second

Nichole Cox golfed through illness and still found a way to continue her streak of top-two finishes last Thursday in the Petoskey Invitational at Bay View Country Club. More...

Warren man, Royal Oak woman secure Harvest Stompede victories

William Grunow of Warren and Sara Simons of Royal Oak were winners Saturday in the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail’s annual Harvest Stompede at Ciccone Vineyard in Suttons Bay.  Grunow was the first to cross in the 7-mile race (44:01.7), out More...

Parker, Lakers take second in Buckley

Dual-sport reinforcements gave the Glen Lake boys cross country team a full roster and a chance to place second in the first Northwest Conference jamboree of the season. Coach Ryan Schut told his boys to make the most of the opportunity. More...

Wildcats sweep Sabres

The Lady Wildcats of Northport scratched and clawed their way to .500 in dramatic fashion this week.  Northport (5-5-3) overcame a handful of tough breaks and a pair of deficits at Traverse City Christian on Tuesday, walking away with a hard-fou More...

Lakers roll past Mesick, ready for rematch at Onekama

Glen Lake, Roscommon No. 7 in poll

Moments after a Week 2 loss at Traverse City St. Francis, Glen Lake coach Jerry Angers instructed his players to enter league play with a “no mercy” mentality.  Mesick found out the hard way.  More...

Leelanau doubles teams turn in impressive showing at Boyne City

The Leelanau tennis team took a pair of championships home from Traverse City Central on Saturday against Central’s B team and the Traverse City St. Francis JV team.  Leland senior Roger Crimmins came out on top in No. More...

Grant shines again in Buckley

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Glen Lake honors longtime volunteer; Leland cousins net first collegiate goals

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Lakers honor chain-gang member   Glen Lake football coach Jerry Angers joined former coach Bill Hollenbeck Friday in a halftime presentation recognizing a man who spent 42 years on the Glen Lake sidelines.  More...