August 31, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Peterson, Lakers power past Stags

Lakers lean on six-TD performance at Kingsley, ready to protect new home turf against St. Francis

Glen Lake quarterback Cade Peterson takes a shotgun snap from the left hash, fakes a hand-off, looks left, then looks right — and sees nothing. Peterson proceeds to take two steps to his right — and sees an orange jersey. More...

Volleyball Roundup: Lakers outlast Wildcats

Lakers right ship; No. 2 Comets go 3-1 in Cadillac Invite

For a Glen Lake team that began the season with five straight losses, a little bit of Leelanau County competition was just what the doctor ordered. More...

Lady Eagles lead Leelanau teams at season-opening race in Benzie

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Extra Points: Kiel wins Vineyard to Bay

Kyle Kiel of Williamsburg captured the top overall spot in the annual Vineyard to Bay 25k in Suttons Bay on Sunday, crossing in 1:33:26. Kristina Olsen of Traverse City was the top female finisher, crossing in 1:41:38. More...

Superintendent: Turf ‘good to go’

Superintendent Sander Scott said the new synthetic turf surface on the Glen Lake football field will be “good to go” for Friday night.  Scott and fellow Glen Lake administrators weren’t always so sure this summer, however.  More...

Mikesell, Norsemen make dynamite debuts

The 8-man era in Suttons Bay didn’t begin quite the way first-year coach Dan Durkin had anticipated. More...

Soccer Roundup: Boynton bags first win

Lakers score eight in first win; Comets win eighth straight

An impressive performance from Peyton McDonough propelled Glen Lake to its first win of the 2017 campaign — and the first win of Jared Boynton’s head-coaching career. More...

Sutherland: Leelanau tennis team ‘starting to believe’

Tim Sutherland sat his top five players at a Traverse City St. Francis JV quad last Wednesday — and the Leelanau tennis team still turned in a second-place finish. Margot Hazael-Massieux played No. More...