May 17, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Garland meet carries on namesake’s lessons

Track teams from Benzie, Frankfort, Glen Lake, Mason County, and Traverse City St. Francis gathered at Suttons Bay last week, but it wasn’t just to compete. More...

Glen Lake takes two from Suttons Bay

A tale of two games for Glen Lake as they had to come back in one game, and go back and forth in another in a twin-bill against Suttons Bay Tuesday. Game one was a big offensive day for Glen Lake, while the night cap was more of a defensive game. More...

Suttons Bay and G-L battle for soccer title

Next week marks the end of the abbreviated soccer season.  So it seems fitting the race for the Northwest Conference soccer title and county bragging rights would come down to the last two matches of the season — make-up matches for those More...

T-Birds begin 1st golf season

The Leelanau School Thunderbirds have hit the sweet spot this spring. Five upperclassmen have joined the school’s first-ever golf team, but they’re learning more than lob shots.  More...

Lakers shine at Frankfort Relays

Despite the slow start to the spring sports season, Glen Lake’s track team gave an experienced performance Monday at the Frankfort Invitational.  “The kids are starting to peak at the right time,” said Glen Lake’s coach J More...

Suttons Bay makes it to Championship game

Suttons Bay maked it to Championship game in Forest Area Tournament The Norsemen held the lead, 15-7, going into the sixth inning in the game against Marion. Marion was able to tie the game at 15 and force the Norsemen to bat. More...

Sports coverage begins new era at Enterprise

Leelanau County, meet Grant McPherson.  McPherson just finished up a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Michigan University. More...

Leland has strong day

The Comets had four players finish in the top 10 individually for the Leland Golf Jamboree. Nate Ball led the way for the Comets, as he shot a 42, and placed second individually. More...