2016-09-29 / Sports

More soccer: Lakers drop fourth straight


GLEN LAKE sophomore Tyler Robbins (14) heads a ball during Friday night’s homecoming match as North Bay’s Jack Pasche (20) defends. 
Photo: Ron Kramer GLEN LAKE sophomore Tyler Robbins (14) heads a ball during Friday night’s homecoming match as North Bay’s Jack Pasche (20) defends. Photo: Ron Kramer Kingsley handed host Glen Lake a fourth straight defeat and third straight league loss on Monday, scoring three first-half goals en route to a 3-1 win.

“The ball was wet and the grass was slippery,” said second-year Glen Lake coach Jason Howes. “We made a few errors that Kingsley capitalized on and we did not play our best soccer.”

Glen Bredin tallied his 13th goal of the season on a feed from co-captain Mike Skipski in the first half, but Glen Lake was kept off the board from there.

Howes said the Lakers had a wealth of scoring opportunities in the second stanza but could not convert.

Comets go 1-1 in home tourney

A career game for Garrison Buta-Scott highlighted an up-and-down Saturday for Leland in the Boynton Invitational.


TWO FORMER Leelanau Youth Soccer Organization (LYSO) teammates, Eli Kramer (19) of North Bay and Glen Bredin (13) of Glen Lake, battle for a ball during Friday night’s homecoming clash in Suttons Bay. 
Photo: Ron Kramer TWO FORMER Leelanau Youth Soccer Organization (LYSO) teammates, Eli Kramer (19) of North Bay and Glen Bredin (13) of Glen Lake, battle for a ball during Friday night’s homecoming clash in Suttons Bay. Photo: Ron Kramer Buta-Scott turned in a five-point performance with three goals and two assists as the Comets began the invitational with an 8-0 win over Traverse City Christian. Jack Anhut added one goal and two assists, Hugo Calderon scored two goals and Nick Saffell and Chris Ursu each tallied one goal and one assist. Andre Masse and Jack Munoz had one assist apiece.

Marquette quieted Leland’s offense in the second game, however, winning 2-0. Leland keeper Andy Mosqueda made 11 saves in the loss.

“We came out flat and never recovered,” Leland coach Joe Burda said.

North Bay wins homecoming tilt

Evan Busby turned in his third two-goal game of the season on Friday as North Bay made the most of its homecoming spotlight with a 4-0 win over visiting Glen Lake.

Leelanau County’s leading scorer, Brett Dyer, tallied his 20th goal of the season and added two assists in the victory while Jesus Calderon added one goal and one assist. Justin McSawby had one assist.

“It was good to get the win in front of a big homecoming crowd—we enjoyed the spotlight,” Spencer said. “It was ‘Jack Pasche night.’ It was a thrill to have him take the opening kickoff and wear the captain band.”

Pasche, a senior and two-year starter at quarterback for the Suttons Bay football team, joined North Bay after the football season was canceled.

Comets shut out Huskies at home

Noah Fetterolf and Hugo Calderon scored twice last Wednesday as Leland blanked Benzie Central 4-0 to stay perfect in Northwest Conference play.

Jack Anhut tallied two assists for the Comets, who scored three of their goals in the second half. Fetterolf and Max Morgan added one assist apiece. Garrett Miller was credited with the shutout after making five saves.

“We didn’t finish well, but we were happy with the opportunities that were created,” Burda said. “We are still needing to break some bad habits, but it is coming together.”

Fetterolf’s tally was his 10th at Hancock Field in four 2016 games.

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