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NIGHT LIFE ENTERTAINMENT FOR
Glen Lake football players lineup before the national anthem at the opening season game against New Lothrop.
Those glory days of football under the lights aren’t in the past.
They’re still going. Only now they’re being played under American and European rules.
Whether visiting of living in Leelanau County, fall sports is king of activities for many families. Even if you don’t have a kid playing, they’re fun to watch.
Why not take in a game this fall? Especially a night game with those overhead lights magnifying the inten- sity.
County players and coaches would appreciate the support.
“It just  lls you with excitement, and it’s just a thrill to have all of your friends and family cheering for you,” said Suttons Bay senior Caleb Smith, a standout on the Norsemen eight- man football team.
“I love playing under the lights,” added teammate Lucas Mikesell, a
fall evening
SOCCER
Wednesday, Sept. 26 Buckley at Suttons Bay, 7 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 1
Suttons Bay at Glen Lake, 7 p.m.
FOOTBALL
Friday, Sept. 28 Ashley at Suttons Bay homecoming, 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 5
Kingsley at Glen Lake (Homecoming), 7 p.m.
Central Lake at Suttons Bay, 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 19
Mesick at Suttons Bay, 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 12 Charlevoix at Glen Lake, 7 p.m.
SPORTS CALENDAR
You won’t miss out on a fall color tour by attend- ing an evening fall sporting event in the county — you’ll be just in time to watch sunset intensify the view. Take in a water view from the top rows of the bleachers at the Suttons Bay football  eld. The maple-beech woods surrounding the Glen Lake athletic complex is simply stunning at peak color.
Or enjoy an early evening soccer game at Hancock Park, home to a Leland team hoping to view for a state title.
Following is a schedule of outdoor night games planned in the county.
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