September 28, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Peterson, Lakers cruise past Charlevoix

Glen Lake wins 49-0, braces for homecoming tilt against Frankfort

Jerry Angers and his Glen Lake football team took one step forward with a Week 1 win at Kingsley and two steps back with bad losses to St. Francis and Watervliet — and had plenty of time to think about it during their Week 4 bye. More...

Volleyball roundup: Norse sweep Panthers

Everything came together for Grace Periard and her Suttons Bay teammates against Frankfort on Tuesday.  “I have no idea what got into the girls tonight,” second-year coach Kelly Mokanyk said, “but they came out playing the best More...

Lady Eagles ranked

The St. Mary girls garnered some statewide recognition this week.  The Hanna Grant-led Eagles cracked the MichiganCrossCountry.com Division 4 rankings, checking in at the No. 11 spot. Bear Lake was No. 10.   More...

Soccer roundup: Comets cruise past North Bay, Kingsley

Undefeated regular season within reach for red-hot Comets

Leland is six wins away from perfection.  Cobe Lund’s fifth hat trick of the fall campaign fueled the Comets in a 5-0 win at Kingsley on Monday, their 15th.  More...

Lots of Royalty

GLEN LAKE’S homecoming king and queen will be selected from these seniors (back row, from left) Noah Henderson, Alex Bonzelet, Josh Sterzer, Mallory Lund, Zack Gushurst, Klara Tuebner; (front r More...

Portagers power past Norse

Jacob Mauntler took the give on 3rd-and-20, ran left, cut back, ran right, made four Suttons Bay tacklers miss — and found the end zone.  Mauntler’s electrifying 35-yard touchdown run in the first quarter on Friday quieted a homecomi More...

Walters, Waskiewicz medal at Central Lake

A pair of Leland freshmen medaled Saturday in the 24th annual Central Lake “Hot Dog” Invitational, a race that benefited hurricane relief efforts.  More...

Parker, LaCross lead Leelanau in Kingsley

Drake Parker led all Leelanau runners on Tuesday in a Northwest Conference meet at Kingsley. Parker’s fourth-place finish helped lift the Glen Lake boys to a secondplace team finish with 44 points. Benzie was first with 25 points. More...

Leelanau notches signature win

With regionals fast approaching, Leelanau tennis coach Tim Sutherland continues to preach team chemistry.  “We are playing for our teammates, our schools, our parents and our coaches,” Sutherland said. More...

Photo

LELAND HIGH School’s homecoming king and queen will be picked from (back row, from left) Pedro Calderon-Balcazar, Timmy LeVeque and Garrett Buta-Scott; (front row, from left) Iris Walters, Rowan Wilson, and Lizzy Kiessel. More...