August 2, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

YOUTH LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

After the dust cleared and the final out was recorded on Thursday and Friday, the athletes of the Leelanau County Youth League had their champions.  In the Middle Girls division, 10 to 12 year old girls, Cedar faced off against Lake Leelanau to More...

Fall sports draw closer

Fall sports are coming.  As the calendar flips over to August, some of the athletes of Leelanau County are starting to focus on their fall sports. More...

Port Oneida run returns to Olsen Farms

Glen Arbor Township is bringing a hardcore run back.  Olsen Farm and Sleeping Bear will hold the 9th annual Port Oneida Heritage Run/Walk on Saturday.  More...

Cherry Roubaix Gran Fondo returns to Suttons Bay

Race shows bikers the best views in Leelanau

Bikers, ready yourselves.  This race could be longer then you think.  The 90 milers will start in the front of the pack, with the 60 milers behind them. More...

ShareCare hosts scramble

Northport Creek Golf Course will host the 14th annual ShareCare of Leelanau shotgun scramble on Monday, August 20. If rained out, the make up for the outing will take place on Friday, August 24.  More...

Openings at Fleis Education golf outing

Take a swing for education.  Individual and team spots are still available for the 10th annual Ed and Irene Fleis Education Fund golf outing on Saturday, August 11 at Sugar Loaf The Old Course in Cedar.  More...

Lake Leelanau Rowing Club competes well in Ann Arbor

The Lake Leelanau Rowing Club represented northern Michigan with pride yet again on Saturday.  Racing in three lane heats on Argo Pond, nearly 300 boats from 32 Midwest clubs competed on Saturday in over 100 races.  More...

Yacht race interrupted by cruiser

“Get a good start. Extend your lead.”  According to Mike Sinclair, Northport Bay Yacht Club’s race on Saturday was held in excellent sailing conditions, and five boats turned out to have a great sail.  More...

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LINDSEY SOMERO, Maaji Anderson and Katie Lint, from left, practice their shots on Sunday afternoon at Northport high school. Somero attends Northport and Anderson and Lint attend Suttons Bay. All three play for North Bay.   More...

Vapes become a problem

“They have made vapes too attractive to the kids.”  Lisa Danto, Suttons Bay Nicotine Dependence Specialist, worries for the people who use vapes because aren’t heavily regulated and minors can get them easily. More...

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EVAN ROHRBACK, Suttons Bay graduate, has signed his letter of intent to continue his academic and golf career at Grand Rapids Community College for the next few years.   More...