August 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

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Bushen: Contenders, rivalries and young talent will make fall sports fun to watch

The wait is over.  County teams will officially kick off fall sports seasons tomorrow morning and, if 2017 is any indication, it’s safe to say prep sports fans across the peninsula have a lot to look forward to.   More...

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GLEN LAKE ATHLETES Peyton and Brady McDonough were named co-MVPs of the 42nd annual Bud McDonough Memorial Softball Tournament on Beaver Island over the weekend. More...

Dune Dash returns this weekend; Vineyard to Bay slated for Aug. 27

Registration remains open for what has been billed as “one of the most scenic runs in Michigan.”  The sixth annual Dune Dash 4-Mile Run/Walk will start at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Dune Climb in Empire Township. More...

TWICE AS NICE

A pair of holes in one were recently recorded at county golf courses. William “Billy” Hauenstein aced No. 16 at Sugar Loaf The Old Course in Cedar, a 125-yard par 3, on Aug. 3 using his trusty 7 wood. More...

Sutherland, tennis team dive into fall season with busy week

Leelanau tennis coach Tim Sutherland has a lot to look forward to.  Sutherland said his team — which will include a mix of about 28 athletes from Glen Arbor, The Leelanau School, Leland, St. More...

College teams collide in Maple City

Division I talent was on full display in front of about 50 soccer fans in Maple City last Thursday in a preseason exhibition between the University of Virginia and University of Illinois women’s soccer teams.  More...

Extra Points: Paradox wins Blue Water title; Borkovich shines on new team

Seven boats turned out Tuesday for a Northport Bay Yacht Club race on a "flattish" West Grand Traverse Bay. Winds blowing 12 to 15 knots WSW made for smooth and speedy sailing, Puff skipper Mike Sinclair said.  More...

Bahle Farms plays host to ‘Open Mouth’ tournament

The Open Mouth golf tournament started in 1935 as a casual way to spend time with friends on the golf course.  Organizers suspended action for World War II but returned to action when the “second generation” of golfers returned from More...