March 30, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Sophomore sensation tops 2017 Dream Team

Okerlund, four juniors capture all-county distinction

In one offseason, Xander Okerlund went from “snub” to “superstar.” County coaches and the Enterprise sports staff tabbed Okerlund as the 2017 Leelanau Enterprise Boys Basketball Dream Team MVP last week after the smooth-shooti More...

Nine Leelanau County boys earn All-Northwest Conference honors

Boys basketball teams in the Northwest Conference combined to win three district championships and one regional title this winter—and more trophies may be in store in 2018.  That’s because 12 of the 13 players named to All-Northwest More...

Jackson, Penny ready to lead as Lakers look to reach new heights

Glen Lake skipper Kris Herman and his Lakers have won three straight conference championships and five straight district titles—but they have no plans of “defending” those titles this spring.  More...

County man pursues dream as big-league groundskeeper

Spring training is just about over for Leland’s Clint Kerr.  And so is the season for the rookie groundskeeper, who spent the last month and a half tidying up the fields in Arizona at the Peoria Sports Complex.  The 58-year-old retire More...

Comets move on from Munoz era as Lakers, Norse reload

The Leland girls soccer team has some big cleats to fill this spring.  The Comets bring back eight starters from the team that finished 18-7 in 2016—a season marked by the recordsetting rampage from the state’s new career leader in g More...

Five Lakers land all-state laurels from coaches association

Five Glen Lake basketball players were included on Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan “BCAM’s Best” all-state lists this week.  Earning spots on the boys Class C team were sophomore guard Xander Okerlund and junior forw More...

Lady Eagles ready to contend; coach steps down in Suttons Bay

Teresa Szur and her St. More...

Extra Points: Big changes coming to Class C landscape

Glen Lake and other Class C programs across the state will see a much different playing field in 2017-18.  The Michigan High School Athletic Association on Monday announced classification changes for the 2017-18 school year based on a second-sem More...