March 29, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Glen Lake falls in state championship game

Injury puts damper on program’s first trip to finals since ‘96

Brian Taylor Jr. drove the baseline, exploded toward the rim for a right-handed flush—and ended up on the floor with the ball behind him. More...

Lakers upset top-ranked Falcons in semis

Big 3 buries 10 3-pointers as Glen Lake holds on late

“Thirty-five, my dog weighs more than you!” More...

Okerlund, Hazelton to lead promising Lakers into 2018-19 season

With two of the county’s top-five scorers still in the ranks, the future of boys basketball at Glen Lake is bright.  The Lakers will lose five seniors— Nick Apsey, Max Guilbeau, Max Lerchen, Peyton McDonough and Cade Peterson—a More...

3 earn academic honors

Five Leelanau County basketball players recently garnered academic all-conference laurels.  Three were Lake Leelanau St. More...

Miller edges Hursey, nabs scoring title

Xander Okerlund put up some big numbers as Glen Lake made its way to the state championship game, but not enough to catch Leelanau County’s scoring leader.  Leland senior Garett Miller closes out his career as the scoring champ in back-to- More...

Glen Lake names Luthardt girls soccer coach

Eric Luthardt isn’t one for preseason prognostication.  Luthardt, who was hired as the new Glen Lake girls soccer coach in December, knows a lot can change in an offseason —and Glen Lake’s status as a preseason favorite to win More...

Bushen: Hats off to Ruelas, Lakers

What a time to be a basketball fan. More...

Buckley fans join the crowd

Glen Lake had plenty of support in East Lansing last week—and not just from the hometown fans.  The district sent down a trio of fan buses for the semifinal matchup with Monroe St. More...

At Glen Lake, youth basketball part of recipe for success

Is there something in the water?  How could both Glen Lake teams — girls and boys — make it to the Class C semifinals in the same season?  More...

Two Lakers on All-Northwest first team

Four Leelanau County girls recently landed spots on All-Northwest Conference teams for their performance on the hardwood this winter.  Leelanau scoring leader Savannah Peplinski was the lone unanimous first-team honoree in the conference after p More...

Brothers head to San Antonio for Final Four

Loyola student talks Sister Jean, Ramblers mania

Eleventh-seeded Loyola-Chicago— and its 98-year-old team chaplain—has captivated a basketball-crazed country with a surprise trip to the Final Four. Loyola student Nick Kester, formerly of Cedar, is well aware. More...

Eagles to host baseball, softball tournament

Few surprises are in store next week as the Enterprise previews spring sports on the peninsula.  The Leelanau County Classic is set for April 28. More...