March 2, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Schmitt, Panthers claw past St. Mary in district opener

Frankfort coach Tim Reznich knows his team’s path to a District 118 title may be tougher than it was a year ago. More...

3 Lakers headed to state finals

Shelby Charlton won’t be the lone Glen Lake representative at the Division 4 bowling finals this year.  A trio of Glen Lake bowlers — Charlton, Nichole Cox and Tristen Witkowski — punched tickets to the Division 4 singles compe More...

Northport junior captures county scoring title

Four county teams closed out their regular season last Thursday

Leelanau County has a new regular season scoring champion. Northport’s Joan Ogemaw locked up the No. 1 spot in the local scoring ranks last Thursday with a 10-point performance in the team’s regularseason finale, a 26-21 loss at Buckley. More...

Comets set sights on county rivals

Regular season records mean nothing in the district tournament.  Leland coach Jon Kiessel and his Comets (5-14, 2-13 Northwest) will be looking to prove just that in Lake Leelanau on Monday while tipping off the tournament against Suttons Bay (1 More...

Northport caps perfect season in Cherryland Conference

The Northport boys refused to let a key injury stop them from completing a 6-0 season in conference play. More...

Extra points: Angers, Reps collide with Traverse City West in playoffs

Glen Lake senior Duke Angers tallied an assist on Monday as the Bay Area Reps hockey team skated past Manistee 5-1 in an MHSAA playoff game at Centre Ice Arena.  Angers and Chris Deneweth assisted on the first goal of the game, which came courte More...

Lady Lakers breeze past Mustangs

Update: Glen Lake to play St. Francis tonight in rescheduled semifinal

Glen Lake wasted little time in flexing some Northwest Conference muscle against Grand Traverse Academy in the first round of districts Monday. More...

Bro, sis top 25 at state meet

A pair of Leland students represented the Glen Lake ski program with pride on Monday in the Division 2 ski finals at Boyne Mountain.  The brother-sister duo of Andrew Pershinske and Jessica Pershinske pushed through less-than-ideal course condit More...

Suttons Bay finally at full strength

The Suttons Bay boys did something they hadn’t done all season in their regular season finale: play a game with all five seniors in uniform.  All five seniors were in the starting lineup for senior-night festivities on Tuesday as the Norse More...

Glen Lake boys ready to make a run

Perhaps more than any team on the peninsula, Xander Okerlund and the Glen Lake boys are primed for a deep playoff push. More...

St. Mary boys complete sweep of Bulldogs, stumble at Brethren

St. More...