January 18, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Bears bounce back from loss, bite Comets

For at least one quarter, the lone contest in Leelanau County on Tuesday was worth the price of admission. The fast-paced free-for-all featured 3-pointers from NBA range, hard drives to the hole and a flurry of fast-break buckets. More...

Hazelton, Lakers breeze past Benzie

In some circles, the battle for first place atop the Northwest Conference standings was billed as a two-team race between Buckley and Glen Lake. Someone forgot to tell Frankfort. More...

Miller, Comets come up short against Onekama

A 25-point performance from Garett Miller wasn’t enough for the Leland boys last Thursday as the Comets struggled to execute offensively in a 58-36 league loss to visiting Onekama.  More...

Low-post presence propels Wildcats to win in Petoskey

Unexpected maintenance inside the Alanson gymnasium led to an unexpected change in scenery for Zach Stowe and the Northport boys basketball team on Tuesday. Stowe didn’t seem to mind. More...

Eagles drop third straight as Long, Snowbirds cruise

Gaylord St. Mary senior Drew Long pumped in a game-high 18 points on Monday as the visiting Snowbirds handed Lake Leelanau St. More...

Grobbel, Lowe shine as Comets tame Bulldogs

With top scorer Mollie Grishaw out for the season, coach Ryan Knudsen and the Leland girls have been tasked with finding production elsewhere.  They found plenty of it on Monday.  More...

Unbeaten Lakers brace for mammoth matchup at Kingsley

Allie Bonzelet and members of the Glen Lake girls basketball team aren’t too superstitious to discuss “the streak.”  “It’s something we talk about it,” said Bonzelet, a senior guard. More...

Fast start not enough for Lakers as Huskies complete comeback

Glen Lake gutterballs take toll

Inconsistency and gutterballs spelled doom for the Glen Lake bowling team on Saturday as Benzie Central rallied from an early deficit and captured a 22-8 Great Northwest Bowling Conference win at Lucky Jack’s. More...

Alisha Glass to speak at conference

Leelanau County’s first-ever Olympian, Alisha Glass, will deliver the opening address next month at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Women In Sports Leadership Conference. More...

Former Lakers baseball coach home, recovering after accident

Former Glen Lake baseball coach Randy Weber reached out to the Enterprise this week with hopes of giving community members an update regarding his recovery from a woodcutting accident last fall.  More...

Onekama hands Suttons Bay second straight overtime loss

Onekama found a hero in junior Aric Hopwood on Tuesday.  Hopwood’s putback in the closing seconds of overtime lifted the Portagers past visiting Suttons Bay, 54-52. More...

Hall shoots Kingsley past Norsemen in OT

Kingsley point guard Connor Hall saved his best for last in the Village of Suttons Bay last Thursday.  Hall scored seven of his nine points in overtime — knocking down a key 3-pointer and four free-throw attempts — as the visiting St More...

Wildcats stifle Eagles in low-scoring showdown

Northport boys pitch first-quarter shutout, hang on

Points came at a premium last Wednesday as a pair of Cherryland Conference rivals squared off on the northern tip of the peninsula. Northport’s 30-16 home win over Lake Leelanau St. More...

Free throws lift North Bay past Leland in overtime

North Bay sophomore Paige Kohler has come a long way since December.  Coach Jim Champion can attest.  Champion recalled a moment in a 53-52 win at Grand Traverse Academy on Dec. More...

Stags cruise past North Bay

Rebekah Crosby scored 16 points and Kelsie Bies added 15 in Suttons Bay on Friday as the unbeaten Kingsley girls overwhelmed North Bay 87-16.  More...

Red-hot Eagles grind out win at GTA

It was far from perfect, but the Lake Leelanau St. More...

Pershinske, Lady Lakers cruise to Week 2 win at Crystal Mountain

J. Pershinske places 1st, 2nd

Leland student Jessica Pershinske led the way last Wednesday as the Glen Lake girls ski team captured a Week 2 Lake Michigan Ski Conference win at Crystal Mountain. More...

Nachazel tournament returns for fourth year

Registration is officially open for the fourth annual Brian Nachazel Memorial Snowball Tournament, which is slated at the Cedar ballfields Feb. 24.  Roster requirements are six males and four females per team. More...

Tigers to stop by Cherry Republic

A hint of spring will be in the air in Traverse City next Thursday when the Detroit Tigers Winter Caravan stops at Cherry Republic on Front Street.  Hall of Fame inductee Alan Trammell, pitcher Shane Greene and outfielder Nicholas Castellanos wi More...