October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Soccer roundup: No. 3 Comets complete 5-peat

Leland wraps up NWC title, sets sights on deep playoff run after 20-1 season

Cobe Lund recorded his seventh hat trick of the season Monday as No. 3 Leland locked up a fifth straight conference championship with a 5-1 road win over North Bay. More...

Glen Lake runners finish second, fourth in NWC finale

Glen Lake cross country runners closed out their Northwest Conference season in style at Veronica Valley Park on Tuesday.  Noah Henderson led the way as the Glen Lake boys finished second as a team in the Suttons Bay Jamboree with 47 points, pla More...

Lakers tame Bulldogs, take aim at Leaders title

They call it “Chaos” for a reason. More...

At Leland, new team starts fresh

Brooke Dourron had never participated in a sport — but she wanted to.  “I’m not the most athletic person so I said, hey, why don’t we try golf?” Dourron said. “I live on a golf course. More...

Volleyball roundup: Lady Lakers shine in Suttons Bay

With districts less than three weeks away, Kaitlyn Schaub and the Glen Lake volleyball team are trending at the right time. More...

Montessori 5K returns to S-B Saturday night

The Leelanau Montessori will hold its third annual Orchards at Sunset 5K and Fun Run Saturday at the Gregory/Miezio Farm at 3672 Stowe Rd. in Suttons Bay.  More...

TC man wins Sleeping Bear Marathon title

Anthony Steeno of Traverse City captured top honors Saturday at the sixth annual Sleeping Bear Marathon in Empire Township.  Steeno, 37, completed the scenic jaunt with the only sub-three-hour mark in a field of 132 runners, 2:58:39. More...

Mikesell, Norse notch big bounce-back win at Hale

Hale set the tone early in a big conference matchup with visiting Suttons Bay on Friday, scoring a touchdown on the game’s opening drive.  The lead didn’t last long.  More...

Okerlund, Leelanauts win season finale

The Leland tennis team ended its regular season on a high note Tuesday with a 5-3 win at Cadillac.  “Another solid team win over a much larger school at their home courts,” Leelanau coach Tim Sutherland said. More...