November 17, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Lakers no longer under the radar

Honestly, I never saw this coming. Glen Lake is one win away from playing at Ford Field for the first time in program history, but if you would have told me that was a possibility a mere seven weeks ago, I probably would have called you a homer. More...

Glass wins No. 1,000 as Leland punches ticket to Battle Creek

Leland was one point away from extending its postseason sweep streak to five games in Tuesday’s Class D quarterfinal game in Buckley, but an impressive third-set rally from Mt. More...

Suttons Bay spiker to play libero at Lake State

Kyra Vezina’s transition from Northwest Conference volleyball to Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) volleyball will include more than a change of scenery. More...

Six county volleyball players pick up all-conference honors

Six Leelanau County volleyball players have secured All-Northwest Conference laurels: Leland senior libero Julie Bardenhagen, Glen Lake junior outside hitter Mallory Lund, Leland sophomore outside hitter Allie Martin, Leland sophomore setter Ella Sid More...

Defense dazzles as G-L advances

Next up: Pine River

Maple City Glen Lake’s high-flying offense may garner the most attention thanks to its gaudy stats. More...

Welcome to the 1,000 club, coach

Congratulations came in many forms following Laurie Glass’ 1,000th career win on Tuesday—hugs, kind words, student section chants and more—but many more individuals chose to speak up when asked about the milestone:   More...

Leland digs deep, delivers sixth straight regional championship

Defense delivers trophy

It was only fitting that senior libero Julie Bardenhagen recorded her first kill of the season last Thursday in Leland’s regional final win over Fife Lake Forest Area in Bellaire. More...

Daughter of former Red Wing lines up college hockey plans

Delaney Drake has long dreamed of playing Division I hockey.  Last Wednesday, those dreams came to fruition when Drake signed her national letter of intent with the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  More...