November 3, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Dyer leads Dream Team after breakout season

If it wasn’t a rivalry before, it is now. Leland and North Bay split their regular season series, finished with matching 8-2 records in league play and for the first time shared the Northwest Conference championship. More...

St. Mary girls headed to Division 4 state final

Three Lakers qualify

St. Mary cross country coach Nick Papes refers to his girls program as a “sisterhood” for a reason. “I’m not coaching a team,” Papes said. More...

Traverse City Tritons take second in Leelanau Chase

Lindsey Fleis didn’t mind sharing Lake Leelanau with hundreds of high school rowers on Sunday. “It’s cool having so many people come to our lake,” said Fleis, a sophomore at St. Mary. “It’s really exciting.” More...

Defense delivers as Lakers take down Tawas

A lively Glen Lake crowd went silent in the second half of Friday’s first-round playoff game after cornerback Josh Sterzer was flattened by a much bigger Tawas ball carrier. More...

Comets overcome Suttons Bay spikers, win district debut

Last year, the Leland volleyball team began its postseason journey by winning 18 consecutive sets. This year, the Comets saw their streak end at two. More...

Lakers fall in first round at Mancelona

The Glen Lake girls saw their season come to a close in the first round of the District 91 tournament Monday as host Mancelona moved on with a win in four sets (25-15, 25-21, 20-25, 25-12). More...