August 3, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

YOUTH LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

After the dust settled and the final out was recorded, Suttons Bay baseball players walked away from Championship Saturday with their heads held high. More...

Son takes dad’s seat as co-chair of Fleis golf outing in Cedar

Ed Fleis Jr. enjoys playing golf with, and even against his son, Jerry. Regardless of who they are teeing off with on Saturday, Aug. 19, they’ll be on the same side. More...

Summer Scorecards: Campo, Keeble collect club wins

Editor’s note: Want to see your summer golf league scores in the sports section? Have your golf pro email league results to jason@leelanaunews.com.   More...

Port Oneida Run adds flat, 4-mile option to race lineup

Susan Pocklington means it when she says the Port Oneida Run has something for the whole family. More...

Berm is back at Glen Lake

A popular seating area at the Glen Lake football field is back by popular demand.  So popular, in fact, that the Glen Lake maintenance crew recently decided to duplicate it.  Dirt from the football field was used to build berms — gras More...

Hursey hangs with state’s finest

A soon-to-be Suttons Bay senior qualified for the 39th annual Michigan Junior State Amateur as an alternate — but he didn’t play like one.  Thomas Hursey fired a 5-over 149 Monday to finish in a five-way tie for 30th place in a field More...

Fleis Education Fund to dole out $50,000 in 2018

The Board of Directors of the Ed & Irene Fleis Education Fund announced last week that it will award $50,000 in scholarships in 2018 to students in Leelanau County or with Leelanau lineage.  More...

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GLEN LAKE graduate Nichole Cox accepts the Jonkhoff Family Scholarship from Traverse City Junior Golf Association Executive Director Todd Hursey on July 17 at the Memorial and Scholarship Tournament Dinner. More...

Expect busy roadways on Saturday as bike race returns

Last year, the Cherry-Roubaix became the largest mass start bicycle event in Leelanau County and Traverse City history with nearly 450 bikers.  Another big crowd is expected to roll across Leelanau County motorways Saturday as the three-tiered C More...

Arg! Asylum outpaces Paradox, takes first place in Pirates Race

Tuesday weather promised much but delivered little in the eyes of Northport Bay Yacht Club members. More...