June 6, 2014

Happy softball winners celebrating

Happy Inland Lakes softball players celebrated with lots of hugs and smiles after winning a hard fought game over defending State Champion Rogers City to claim the Regional softball title on Saturday afternoon at Pellston. The Bulldogs will now advance to Quarter Final play Tuesday afternoon in Traverse City. (Story and photos will appear in the June 11 Straitsland Resorter. See video clip elsewhere on this web page.) Graduates

John Hogue and Linsey Beardsley pause for photos before marching into the Inland Lakes gym with the other graduates at the Inland Lakes commencement ceremony Sunday. There were 56 graduates in this year's class. There were 59 in the Inland Lakes Class of 2014 and 67 graduates in the Class of 2014. (Story and additional photos appear in the Jun 4 edition of the Straitsland Resorter)

softball player

Sydney DePauw hit sizzling line drives all over the field as the Inland Lakes softball team beat Alanson and Pellston to win the DIV District softball title. The Bulldogs will play at Pellston in the Regional tournament on Saturday, June 6. Other teams in the Regional are Rapid River, Norway and Rogers City. (Story and additional photos in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)

Video Clips

Critical plays and celebration as Inland Lakes wins Regional softball championship. (Story and additional photos to appear in June 11 Straitsland Resorter.)

The Wolverine Senior Center hosted a Crazy Hat Party on June 4 and put on quite a parade with musical accompanyment from Jim Bancroft and the No Name Band.(Additional information and photos will appear in the June 11 edition of the Straitsland Resorter.)

Inland Lakes second grade students enjoyed candle making, woodworking and a variety of other activites during an overnight camp trip to the Wolverine Camps on Thursday and Friday. (Additional information and photos will appear in the June 11 edition of the Straitsland Resorter.)

Wolverine and Indian River veterans marched in Memorial Day parades Monday.

Lots of action in Little League baseball at Cooperation Park

Jacob Major resets record for world's longest side flip.

Stories in this week's Resorter