August 24, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Glen Lake names new boys soccer coach

Peyton McDonough put his dedication to the Glen Lake soccer program on full display as a junior in 2016. McDonough, a midfielder, suffered an ACL injury prior to the season but stayed on the sidelines as a player-coach for a team that finished 5-13. More...

Okerlund, tennis team off to promising start

Before the season began, Tim Sutherland had high expectations for his top singles players. Through two tournaments, it’s safe to say those expectations are trending upward. More...

Durkin, Norsemen bracing for the ‘unknown’

Dan Durkin and the Suttons Bay football program are preparing for the unknown. Durkin and the Norsemen will begin the 8-man era against visiting Bear Lake, a new program, under the lights at 7 p.m. tomorrow. More...

In Cedar, annual golf outing raises $18,000 for scholarships

Three teams walked away with top honors at the Ed & Irene Fleis Education Fund golf outing Saturday at Sugar Loaf The Old Course.  But the real winners were Leelanau County students with aspirations to take their high school education to the More...

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MEMBERS OF the Leland cross country program enjoyed scenic views of Lake Michigan from South Manitou Island last week as part of their annual training trip. More...

Soccer roundup: West transfer lifts Leland to 3-0 start

Comets cruise at TC Christian as newcomer tallies hat trick

Dawn Lund wanted a birthday goal — and her son did not disappoint. Lund was all smiles at Keystone Soccer Complex on Tuesday after her son, Cobe Lund, put together a four-point performance in an 8-0 Leland win over Traverse City Christian. More...

Comets top rival in Battle Creek

State championship trophies aren’t won in August. More...

Lakers look to slow Hessem, Stags

Kingsley coach Jason Leonard and his Stags came into the 2016 campaign with playoff aspirations — and a whole lot more.  A season-opening 34-13 road loss at Glen Lake may have had the Stags thinking otherwise in a hurry, however.  More...

Dune Dash participation up more than 80 percent

A record 305 people participated Saturday morning in the sixth annual Dune Dash to raise money for the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail (SBHT).  The number included an entire high school boys cross country team from downstate Canton High School.&nbs More...

Legato lands top honors in thrilling race

For the first time this season the wind direction for Tuesday’s Northport Bay Yacht Club race was suitable for spinnakers. More...