The Sturgeon Bay math team put on another incredible performance at the second Packerland Conference meet held Monday night in Algoma. The Varsity squad picked up 305 points, 75 points ahead of the second place Oconto team. Leading the way for the Clippers was junior Michael Laxo, who finished with a perfect score of 40 points. At the upperclassmen level, four out of five top seniors and all five of the top juniors represented Sturgeon Bay. Cliff Wind, a Sturgeon Bay math teacher and the team's coach, said he was obviously pleased with the results.
Sturgeon Bay also had the top performer at the sophomore and freshman level as well. Sturgeon Bay's two junior varsity teams took first and second in the JV competition with 292 and 206 points respectively. The first team scored enough points to theoretically take second in the varsity competition, while the second team would have placed fourth. Sturgeon Bay leads in the conference standings after two meets with 40 points, and currently sit in front of Oconto (32) and NEW Lutheran (30).