April 26, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Norsemen make most of unexpected debut

Hursey (+1) starts senior season with 3rd-place finish in field of 90 players

The Suttons Bay boys had a bad case of cabin fever. Coach Todd Hursey had a remedy. More...

Eagles go from gym to diamond

Team takes first outdoor reps in doubleheader vs Manton JVs

Opening Day spelled trial by fire for Lake Leelanau St. More...

Cox finishes first collegiate season

The 2018 MAC Championships did not go as planned for Empire native Nicole Cox and fellow members of the Bowling Green women’s golf team. More...

At Northport, senior project gets student body moving

Brett Dyer is a proven performer — both on the field and on the hardwood. More...

Six second-half goals lift Glen Lake past Kingsley

Bonzelet nets 3, new coach nabs career win No. 1

Allie Bonzelet and her Glen Lake teammates made mincemeat of league opponents last season. The Lady Lakers posted a plus-31 goal differential en route to an 8-0 record in conference play.  More...

Updated spring sports schedules

HAVING A hard time keeping track of spring sports? You’re not alone. Student-athletes involved in the five sports sponsored by county high schools face an expedited season loaded with makeup games — so we figured an update was necessary. More...

Lakers look to defend Leelanau Classic titles

At long last, it’s time to break out the peanuts and Cracker Jack.  Saturday’s forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high of 47 degrees in the Village of Suttons Bay, the site of the 2018 Leelanau County Classic baseball and so More...

Self-defense course slated in Maple City

Camile’s Body Shop Studio of Maple City has partnered with White Tiger Martial Arts of Traverse City to offer a free women’s self-defense class from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5. The course is geared toward all women 12 and older. More...