July 6, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Seniors lead list of all-county performers

Nothing was going to stop Keaton Mikowski from finishing the 2017 campaign in one piece. More...

Lindquist-Bishop lands national award

A Leelanau County woman accepted a prestigious sailing award last month at a conference in Marblehead, Mass.  National Women’s Sailing Association (NWSA) President Linda Newland presented Linda Lindquist- Bishop of Leland the 2017 Leadersh More...

Local woman competes in Senior Games

Mary Skrocki had been looking forward to the National Senior Games Association triathlon for years.  Skrocki qualified for the games in 2014 but had to take medical waivers due to surgery in 2015 and a torn rotator cuff in 2016.  The 77-yea More...

New look for sports, cover

It’s a first for the Leelanau Enterprise — sports coverage occupies a cover page this week.  While that makes sense, the production schedule of the Enterprise won’t allow a sports cover every week. More...

Tennis tourney takes center stage

Tourney raises $2,500

A 90-minute pregame breakfast at Art’s Tavern went a long way for Chris Noel and Mike Rubino on Sunday. More...

Westerlies propel Puff and Callisto to victories

Lively westerly winds prevailed during the second week of the Northport Bay Yacht Club sailing races — as did the Puff and the Callisto.  More...

Extra Points: Glen Lake scraps golf, offers new sport

Three-time state champion Nichole Cox left some big shoes to fill at Glen Lake last fall — and it appears no one is willing to try them on. More...