September 7, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Glads run past Lakers

Next up: Watervliet

The scene at Glen Lake on Friday hardly resembled that of a Division 6 program’s home opener. Parking lots, bleacher seats and prime standing areas were at capacity as more than 1,056 of Glen Lake and St. More...

Comets, Lakers have hay day in Benzie

To Glen Lake coach Ryan Schut, cross country is a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime.  More...

College Corner: Munoz, Wiltjer off to strong starts

Leelanau County’s increasingly long list of collegiate athletes has ties to just about every college in Michigan — and highlights were aplenty for former peninsula athletes on that list last week: More...

Leelanau Harvest Tour to return Sept. 16

As many as 500 cyclists are expected to roll across Leelanau County motorways on Sept. More...

Earliest release for coho up Platte; charter captains smiling

Even biologist surprised

Charter captain Bob Smith pulled his 31-foot charter boat out of the Leland Harbor last week and headed southwest past Pyramid Point to his old stomping grounds, Sleeping Bear Bay.  He and his paying customers were rewarded with a cooler full of More...

Ophoff, Wedeven lead Defenders past Norse

Next up: GTA

Faced with a hard-hitting Suttons Bay defense and a 15-8 halftime deficit, Wyoming Tri-Unity coach Tim Heath opted to put the ball in the hands of backup quarterback Brayden Ophoff. More...

Martin, Lady Comets back to full strength

Leland’s seemingly routine sweep of Buckley took an unexpected turn on Tuesday.  That’s because coach Laurie Glass made an unexpected substitution in the third set, sending a teary-eyed Allie Martin in to serve.  Martin, who had More...

All hail Callisto, king of the yacht club

Labor Day Weekend brought the end of the Northport Bay Yacht Club season, but what a good final week of sailing.  More...

New coach, boys team for rowing program

Members of the Lake Leelanau Rowing Club and Traverse City Tritons high school rowing program recently made a splash with the addition of a new director of rowing and head coach.  More...