November 24, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

SNOWTOWN TO MOTOWN

Leelanau County has the football fever. And the only prescription may be a state championship at Ford Field. More...

Community rallies behind Lakers

Once a Laker, always a Laker.  So say the faithful Glen Lake football fans who bundled up and turned out in droves to support their hometown team in the Snow Bowl that was Thirlby Field Saturday afternoon.  I say Snow Bowl because that&rsqu More...

Coach resigns in S-B, program inches closer to 8-man

The Suttons Bay football program is tipping toward 8-man football — and it’s doing so without a head coach. More...

Lakers run past Pine River, head to Ford Field

Division 6 final against Jackson Lumen Christi slated for Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Cade Peterson rolled left, looked downfield and saw nothing but snow and white jerseys. Instead of tossing the ball out of bounds, Peterson took a chance. He ran backward, reversed fields — and picked up first down yardage. More...

1994 champs recall Mazurek’s magic

County football programs have played in a total of three state championship games. More...

Leland’s back-to-back bid comes up short in Battle Creek

Kellogg duo nets 32 kills

To coach Laurie Glass, Leland volleyball stands for something: playing hard, playing together, being mentally tough and maximizing effort.  Julie Bardenhagen embodied all of the above in the team’s Class D semifinal matchup with Plymouth C More...

Extra points: Lady Lakers to tip off season at St. Francis

Savannah Peplinski and the hard-pressing Glen Lake girls basketball team will open their 2016-17 campaign on Tuesday with a marquee matchup in Traverse City. More...