October 6, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Eagles fly past competition at Veronica Valley Park

Grant shatters record

Hanna Grant and her St. Mary teammates took full advantage of home-course advantage last weekend while hosting a cross country race at a former Leelanau County golf course. More...

Conference title chase goes down to the wire

Comets keep pace as rival pushes win streak to 10

Joe Burda said it from the start. “It doesn’t matter who’s in the conference,” said Burda, Leland’s soccer coach. “We expect to win every year.” A tough, one-goal loss to North Bay on Sept. More...

Daniel, Okerlund set to lead tennis team into Friday’s regional

Tuesday’s tennis match brought a handful of bittersweet moments to members of the Leelanau tennis family.  More...

Marathon draws 737

Total participation in Saturday’s Sleeping Bear Marathon, Half, and 5K increased nearly 25 percent this year, from 590 participants in 2015 to 737. More...

Cox sets sights on regional four-peat

The famous “when pigs fly” phrase is often used to dismiss over-ambitious expectations — like winning four straight regional titles or three straight state championships, for example.  That said, the always-ambitious Nichole Co More...

Kelly’s late touchdown sinks Lakers in battle of fifth-ranked rivals

Glen Lake coach Jerry Angers refuses to spin Friday’s loss at Frankfort as a moral victory. The defeat came against a bitter rival and it may cost the Lakers a Leaders Division title. More...

Lady Lakers sweep Onekama

Mallory Lund led with eight kills, nine digs and five aces on Tuesday as Glen Lake swept Onekama for its second straight win (25-23, 25-17, 25-14).  More...