May 25, 2014

Jacob Major flip

Jacob Major, a senior at Inland Lakes High School, broke not just one, but two world records last week. He set new records for both the longest side flip and front flip.(Additional photos and story appear in the May 21 edition of the Straitsland Resorter.)


softball player

Pamela Braund has stood tall behind the plate, at least figuratively speaking, for the Inland Lakes varsity softball this season. Braund has been one of the top catchers in the league as Inland Lakes has been a force in northern Michigan softball. They play in the District Tournament on Friday, May 29 in St. Ignace. (Story and additional photos in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)

Baseball player diving back to first

PJ Delos Santos dives safely back to first base against Central Lake last week. The Bulldogs varsity baseball team won the first of two games in extra innings. The Bulldogs have been playing about .500 this season and are looking to peak going into district play on Friday, May 29 at St. Ignace. (Story and additional photos in this week's Straitsland Resorter.)


Video Clips

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.
Jacob Brendly hits winning shot vs. Onaway, crowd goes wild
Paula Bushinski finishes setting a new world record for holding a plank position

Stories in this week's Resorter

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