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DCL Round-Up: Mets down Ports on 105.1 The Goat

The Maplewood Mets stayed undefeated in the Door County League with a 5-4 cliffhanger road win over the West Jacksonport Ports on Sunday before a big crowd and a pending rainstorm.

 

Maplewood and West Jacksonport each scored one run in the first inning on lead-off doubles.  Cody Kissinger scored on a sacrifice fly by Adam Gutschow for the Mets, and the Cubs responded with an RBI single by Woody Schartner scoring Alec Schartner.

 

The Maplewood took a 2-1 lead in the second when Nolan Wagner singled and eventually scored.

 

The Mets increased the lead to 4-1 in the third inning when Kordell Draves crushed a two-run home run off Ports pitcher Luke Steebs.

 

The score stayed that way until the fifth when the Ports' added one run and tallied two more in the sixth with the tying run scoring on a wild pitch.

 

Tory Jandrin came in to pitch in the seventh inning and scored the lead run in the eighth inning after singling and scoring on an error.

The Ports threatened in the ninth inning as Drew Tanck doubled with one out and advanced to third base on a deep fly ball by Woody Schartner who narrowly missed a walk-off two-run home run.  Carter Bieri then lined out to second base to end the game before the rains came.

 

Jandrin went three innings in relief of starter Jeremiah Jahnke and picked up the win while striking out three for the Mets who improved to 3-0 in the DCL. 

Riley Cordier took the tough-luck loss for the Ports who fell to 1-2 in league play. 

 

Other scores from games on Sunday: 

Kolberg Braves 19     Institute Cubs 2 

Egg Harbor Indians  8  Washington Island Islanders  6

 

Friday's Score

Sister Bay Bays  14       Baileys Harbor A's 3

Packers sign LB Cooper

The Green Bay Packers announced the signing of one of their draft picks last Thursday, agreeing to terms with LB Edgerrin Cooper.

 

He was one of the three unsigned draft picks after the Packers announced that they had signed OL Travis Glover, LB Ty'Ron Hopper, RB MarShawn Lloyd, OL Jacob Monk, S Kitan Oladapo, and S Evan Williams on May 14th.

 

The Packers finished their first round of OTA's last week. They are set to continue OTAs on Tuesday with practices on May 28th, 29th, and 31st.


Glory beat Berber City to Improve to 3-0

The Green Bay Glory men's team is off to a hot start in their inaugural season.  After the Sunday afternoon match that saw it's fair share of delays, the Glory improved to 3-0 and a +10 goal differential.

 

The Glory would jump out to an early lead when, in the 11', Ethan Dietrich sent a shot across the goal past a diving goalkeeper Jack Strogen, that deflected off the right post into the goal. No more goals were scored in the first half, but the game hit an eleven minute delay when a ball off the foot of William Smested, which came just after a whistle, caught the main referee in the head, leading to her needing medical attention. The kick earned Smeasted a yellow card when play resumed.

 

The Glory struck early again in the second half when at the 49' Ethan Dietrich sent a corner kick in to Ben Omirnik, which Omernik headed into the back of the net for a two-nothing lead. The game would then hit its second long delay when a lightning strike nearby sent the game into what amounted to a nearly 45-minute weather delay. 

 

After the delay, Ethan Dietrich would continue his big day putting another goal in the back of the net in the 70'. Green Bay's scoring was not done yet as Tommy Geocaris would put a goal into net in extra time giving the Glory the 4-0 victory with Hakkon Utesch shutting out Berber City's offense.

 

The Glory's next game will come Wednesday night when the men play the first game of a doubleheader, taking on FDL FC.  Game two, the Glory women will open their season against North shore. Those games will take place at UWGB.

South Bend's Big Second Inning Beats Wisconsin

The South Bend Cubs scored eight runs in the second inning and cruised to a 13-1 victory over the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Saturday afternoon at Four Winds Field.  The loss was the third straight for the Rattlers, their first three-game losing streak of the season.

 

The Cubs (18-26) took control of the game in the bottom of the second inning.  Six of the eight runs they scored came after two outs.

Felix Stevens and Ethan Hearn each singled to start the inning.  They pulled a double steal to put runners on second and third with no outs.  Wisconsin starting pitcher Yujanyer Herrera got the first out on a strikeout.  Then, Brian Kalmer hit a hard grounder to third.  Jadher Areinamo made a quick move to his left to field the ball.  Stevens was heading for the plate on contact, but Areinamo’s throw home beat him there by a fraction.  However, the ball popped out of catcher Matt Wood’s glove on the slide by Stevens for a 1-0 lead.

Parker Chavers followed with an RBI single.  Herrera got the second out on a flyout.  The third out was going to take some time.

Reivaj Garcia and Pedro Ramirez had consecutive RBI singles.  Ramirez was running on a pitch to Jonathan Long and scored all the way from first on a two-run single to right by Long.  Then, Herrera hit Stevens to put two runners on base.  Hearn was next, and he hit a high fly to right.  Terence Doston lost the ball in the Sun at the last moment and the ball dropped off his glove to let two runs score.

South Bend added to their lead in the third inning on a two-out, RBI single by Garcia.

Wisconsin (27-17) scored their lone run in the top of the fourth inning with Jadher Areinamo once again doing the honors.  Areinamo reached on an infield single to extend his current hitting streak to seven games.  With Matt Wood at the plate, Cubs starting pitcher Will Sanders wanted a different baseball.  Sanders threw the baseball to the Cubs dugout without time being called.  This allowed Areinamo to be granted third on a two-base error.  Areinamo would eventually score on a two-out wild pitch by Sanders.

Areinamo has had a hand in eight of the ten runs scored by Wisconsin in this series with the Cubs.  He has scored three and knocked in five.  During his hitting streak, which matches the longest of the season by a Rattler, Areinamo is 10-for-26.

The Cubs weren't finished. They would score four runs in the fourth inning off Jake Polancic. A bases-loaded walk to Parker Chavers allowed the first run to score.  A wild pitch put the second run across.  Ed Howard capped the inning – and the scoring in the game – with a two-out, two run double.

 

Eleven of the Cubs thirteen runs in the game were scored after there were two outs in an inning.

Sanders went five innings, allowed the one unearned run, scattered five hits, walked none, and struck out four to earn his first professional win.

Relievers Aaron Rund, Craig Yoho, and Yerlin Rodriguez combined to work four scoreless innings from the Wisconsin bullpen.  Rund pitched two scoreless frames.  Yoho worked a scoreless seventh with two strikeouts.  Rodriguez tossed a perfect eighth.

 

South Bend clinched the series with the win as they have won four of the first five games in the set.  This was the first road series loss of the season for the Timber Rattlers.

 

The series finale is Sunday evening at Four Winds Field. The Timber Rattlers have named Alexander Cornielle (3-1, 3.31) as their starter. The Cubs will counter with Tyler Schlaffer (0-1, 5.63). Game time is 6:05 PM CDT.


Glory hosts Berber City Sunday

The Green Bay Glory will try to improve to 2-0 in the Midwest Premier when they host Berber City on Sunday.

 

The Green Bay Glory won their second match in as many days on Sunday, beating the Fox Valley SC Strikers 2-0. The Glory set the tone early when Edgar Heredia scored five minutes into the match. Cameron Jochimsen tacked on an insurance goal to earn the victory. In their first two matches of the season, the Glory have outscored their opponents 8-1.

 

The game is set for 3 p.m. at the Banta Bowl in Appleton.

Summer's Here and Time to Hit the Water in Your Kayak! --Series 1

It’s already the start of my ninth year writing my kayak articles for Door
County Daily News! Where does the time go? As always, I want to start
the season of articles off by reminding all of you to wear your PFD’s no
matter the water and wind conditions. Yes, the water will warm into
the mid-70’s as the summer season progresses, but right now they are
cold and for much of the summer our Green Bay and Lake Michigan
water temps are at best cool.


I’ve already been out for some kayak fishing a couple weeks ago and as
always, it’s a great time. May/June and October/November is the best
chance for some big smallmouth bass in the five and six- pound range.
Sadly, with the pressure our waters have seen over the past 10 years
overall numbers with smallmouth bass are down. Along with fishing
pressure from anglers the Cormorant and White Pelican populations
have exploded, eating bass, walleyes, round gobies, etcetera. So, if you
are out kayak fishing for smallmouth bass like I do, I suggest you catch
and release and simply take a picture of the big ones, which is what I
do.


I know many who read my articles know the waters of Door County well
and know where to launch. However, some of you are new to this. At
Canoecopia in March my talk was titled Kayaking & Kayak Fishing Door
County, Wisconsin. I did talk some on kayak fishing, but the talk mostly
focused and all the places to kayak, and, importantly, all the launches
up and down the peninsula on both Green Bay and Lake Michigan. If
you would like a copy of the PDF of my talk email me at
kayakfishingwisconsin@gmail.com and I’d be happy to email it to you.
Here's to a fun and safe 2024 kayak season in Door County!


Blizzard overpower Barnstormers

The Green Bay Blizzard continued their strong start to the season with a 54-40 win over the Iowa Barstormers on Friday.

 

The Blizzard scored at least 10 points in every quarter, including 14 points in the fourth quarter that proved to be the difference.

 

Max Meylor threw for 209 yards and four touchdowns while running for another one in the win. Harry Ballard was the biggest recipient of Meylor's day, catching seven balls for 128 yards and two scores. Four other players reached the end zone once for the Blizzard.

Two-Out Rally Sinks Wisconsin in South Bend

A two-out, five-run rally in the bottom of the third inning propelled the South Bend Cubs to a 6-1 victory over the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Friday night at Four Winds Field.  Wisconsin missed some early opportunities and the Cubs made them pay.  South Bend has won three of the first four games in the series.

Wisconsin (27-16) had three hits in the first inning against Cubs starter Drew Gray but did not score.  Jadher Areinamo singled with one out but was thrown out trying to stretch the play into a double.  Dylan O’Rae and Luke Adams followed with singles to put runners on the corners.  Both were left stranded.

Gray walked two batters in the second inning before getting a double play ball to get out of the inning.

 

Logan Henderson was the Wisconsin starting pitcher as he was making his Timber Rattlers debut.  He allowed one hit and struck out three through the first nine batters he faced.  Henderson, who struck out the first two batters he faced in the third inning,  had a close 3-2 pitch to Brett Bateman called a ball and he left the game on his pitch count (59 pitches/24 strikes) with the game still scoreless.

Tyler Wehrle was called into the game and gave up a single to Pedro Ramirez.  Then, Jefferson Rojas lined a double to left-center on a 1-2 pitch to score both runners.  Felix Stevens followed with an RBI single.  Wehrle appeared to get out of the inning as Jonathan Long hit a high fly to left.  However, the wind blowing out to left caught the ball and carried it to the bleachers for a two-run homer and a 5-0 lead for South Bend (17-26).

 

The Rattlers broke through on the scoreboard in the top of the fifth inning.  Gray walked Ram?n Rodríguez to start the inning and that was the end of the evening for the Cubs starter.  South Bend reliever Jose Romero got the next two batters before walking Gregory Barrios extended the inning with another walk.  Areinamo came through with an RBI single to center to score Rodríguez.

 

K.C. Hunt took over from the Wisconsin bullpen in the bottom of the fourth inning.  He gave up a lead-off single to the first batter he faced.  Hunt would retire the next ten batters he faced with seven strikeouts. 

In the bottom of the seventh, Ed Howard reached on a single that glanced off the glove of third baseman Jheremy Vargas with one out.  Hunt recorded his eighth strikeout for the second out of the inning.

Ramirez was back at the plate with two outs when Howard stole second base.  Ramirez dumped a bloop hit to left-center to score Howard for the final run of the game.

Areinamo is 7-for-15 in this series.  He has also had a hand in eight of the nine runs scored by Wisconsin in the first four games of the series.  He has driven in six and scored two.

Hunt set a single-game high as a pro for strikeouts with eight over his four innings.  He did not walk a batter.


Game five of the series is Saturday afternoon at Four Winds Field.  Yujanyer Herrera (1-0, 1.59) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Will Sanders (0-1, 5.64) has been announced as the Cubs starter.

Baseball round-up: Eagles baseball clipped by Lancers on U-102.1

Only one team that played on Thursday advanced in the WIAA Tournament, while two others were able to clinch shares of the Packerland Conference crown.

 

Southern Door and Manitowoc Lutheran traded runs all game long, but it was the Lancers that had the last laugh in a 6-5 loss for the Eagles in the WIAA Tournament on Thursday.

 

The Algoma Wolves scored early and often in their tournament opener against Weyauwega-Fremont, advancing with a 7-3 victory.

 

Sevastopol's offense could not find their stroke in a 3-0 loss to Marion.

 

Sturgeon Bay advanced without having to playing a game because of Ripon's forfeit. They will join Algoma, Kewaunee, Gibraltar/Washington Island, and Luxemburg-Casco in the second round of the WIAA Tournament.

 

In non-tournament action, Gibraltar/Washington Island finally finished off its second game against Kewaunee with a 4-3 to secure a share of the Packerland Conference crown with Kewaunee and Algoma. The Vikings did go on to lose their exhibition contest to the Storm 4-3.

Mets battle Ports on 105.1 The Goat Sunday

The Memorial Day weekend of baseball continues in Door County League baseball on Sunday as the Maplewood Mets will pay a visit to West Jacksonport to face the Ports as part of the Maifest festivities.

 

The Mets (2-0) beat Washington Island last week with Zac Marchant homering in the 2-1 Maplewood victory.  West Jacksonport (1-1) took it on the chin last Sunday with an 8-1 loss to Egg Harbor.  The Ports were led by Derek Niedzwicki and Max Bordeau who had two hits apiece. 

 

Pregame is set for 1:15 p.m. from West Jacksonport on 105.1 The Goat with Paul Schmitt and Henry Annen on the call.  First pitch will be at 1:30 p.m.

 

Other games on Sunday include the Institute Cubs at Kolberg and Egg Harbor heading up to Washington Island to Take on the Islanders.

Several athletes punch tickets to state track meet

Door and Kewaunee counties will be well represented at next week's WIAA State Track Meet after area teams competed in Appleton (Division 2) and Rosholt (Division 3) on Thursday.

 

A familiar face is leading the Kewaunee track team to next weekend's state meet after nearly a dozen qualified at the Rosholt sectional on Thursday. On the girls' side, Hannah Miller won the 400m and took second place in the 800m and triple jump to qualify in three events. For the boys, Maddix Mueller (triple jump), Braxton Riha (shot put), Kemper Robinson (discus), and the 4x200m relay punched their own tickets to LaCrosse.

 

The Luxemburg-Casco girls track team will be sending several athletes to LaCrosse for the state meet after finding the podium at the Freedom Sectional on Thursday. The girls' 4x200m relay team is heading back to state with a time of 1:46.87, breaking the school record from 1999. Grace Seering will be heading to state in 300 hurdles with a time of 47.99. Although they just missed out on a chance to go to state, the girls' 4x400m relay broke the school record from 1978 with a time of 4:06.51.

 

One member of the Sturgeon Bay track team will sail to LaCrosse next weekend after a successful day at the Freedom sectional on Thursday. Ella Tarkowski's 100m time of 12.9 was good enough to take 2nd in the race, earning her spot in the WIAA State Meet. Jade Tomberlin and Cady Carlson also finished in the top eight. Xavier Jandrin was the top-performing boy for the Clippers, finishing in the top 10 in the pole vault.

 

McKailey Reisen will not be alone at next weekend's state track meet as Gibraltar will be represented in three events thanks to their success at the Rosholt sectional. The girls 4x100m relay qualified with a personal best time of 52.18 to come in fourth place. Reisen qualified in high jump with a jump of 5'1 to come in third place and she took second in the 100m hurdles with a time of 16.16. Braden Sitte paced the boys' squad with a top-10 finish in the high jump.

 

You will not see Algoma represented at next week's state track meet, but you will still find plenty of good performances from their afternoon at the Rosholt sectional. Brennan Buckman (pole vault) and Alex Kirchman (3200m) each posted their personal bests in their respective events, with Buckman coming in fifth place. On the girls side, Gerdmann placed outside of the top four but still registered points in the shot put and discus.

 

The Sevastopol track season came to a close in Rosholt on Thursday with some good performances to end things on the right foot. Jarius Dadam (pole vault) and Caitlyn Fellner (400m) finished in seventh place in their respective events with personal records. The 4x200m relay was the closest to qualifying with a sixth place finish.

 

No one from Southern Door will head to LaCrosse next week, but that does not mean that members of its track team did not turn in some great performances at the Freedom sectional on Thursday. Danica Neville was the closest to qualifying, coming in fifth place in the pole vault as one of five Eagles to come in the top eight spots to earn points for the team. Ben Grota (3200m), Damontrae Meeks (300m hurdles), Cruz Calvillo (discus), and MaKenna Geyer (discus) earned personal records in their final track meet of the year.

Softball preview: Algoma goes for regional title on 104.1 WRLU

Four local teams are looking for hardware on Thursday as they play for regional titles on the softball diamond.

 

The #1 Algoma Wolves (22-3) will now play host to the #4 St. Mary's Springs Ledgers (11-12) in the Division 4 Regional championship on Thursday at Peterson Park. The pregame will start at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  Paul Schmitt will have the call of the game, which will also be streamed on NewRadioSportsNetwork.com.

 

Other regional championship games scheduled for Thursday include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Seymour, Kewaunee visiting Mishicot, and Sevastopol traveling to Almond-Bancroft. All of the games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Baseball preview: Southern Door opens tournament play at Manitowoc Lutheran on U-102.1

The road to Appleton begins for several local teams on Thursday as the WIAA Baseball Tournament begins.

 

Sturgeon Bay technically kicked things off yesterday when they were notified that Ripon would be forfeiting the game. The Clippers will now wait to take on Denmark on Tuesday.

 

Southern Door will travel south on Thursday in hopes of extending their season against Manitowoc Lutheran. Tim Kowols will host the call on U-102.1 beginning at 4:15 p.m., followed by the pregame show and the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. 

 

Other tournament games include Sevastopol visiting Marion (4:30 p.m.) and Algoma hosting Weyauwega-Fremont (4:30 p.m.).

 

Gibraltar/Washington Island and Kewaunee hope the third time is the charm to finish their darkness-induced postponed game. They will resume the game in the eighth inning at 4:30 p.m. and they will play an exhibition afterwards.

Area track athletes compete in sectionals Thursday

A trip to LaCrosse for the WIAA State Meet is on the line Thursday when dozens of track athletes compete in their respective sectional meets.

 

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Luxemburg-Casco will head to Appleton North for the Freedom sectional. For your local rooting interests, here is who qualified for when the meet begins at 4 p.m.:

 

STURGEON BAY

Ella Tarkowski finished in 2nd place and ran a 12.75 in prelims. 

Jade Tomberlin 2nd in high jump at 4’-10”

Julia Kurek advances in both the 1600 at 5:30.93 and 3200 at 12:06.31

In the 4x100 the team of Ava Estes, Tivi Andropolis, Cady Carlson, Ella Tarkowski took 4th at 52.76

In the 4x400 the team of Ava Estes, Jade Tomberlin, Ella Tarkowski and Cady Carlson took 4th at 4:23.55

Gaby Luett took 3rd in discuss at 90’-11”

Chase Hasenjager took 4th in the 400 at 54.12 

Xavier Jandrin took 2nd in Pole Vault at 12’-6”

 

LUXEMBURG-CASCO

Girls 4x8 Relay

1600m- Claire Dechateau

Girls 4x2 Relay

Girls 4x4 Relay

400m- Ellie Bosman

300m- Grace Seering & Elaina Holschuh

200m - Sienna Blohowiak & Lydia Morozov

3200m- Claire DeChateau

High Jump- Madyson Vanark

Triple Jump - Grace Seering

110m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

100m - Trace Schenobeck

Boys 4x2 Relay

300m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

Boys 4x4 Relay

Long Jump- Cameron Dorner

Triple Jump- Trevor Beaupre

 

SOUTHERN DOOR
Girls 100m Hurdles: Elise Jackson, Daylia Sunds

Girls 300m Hurdles: Elise Jackson

Girls Pole Vault: Danica Neville

Girls Long Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Triple Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Shot Put: Kailyn Neville

Girls Discus: Makenna Geyer

Boys 100m: Zack Lynch

Boys 200m: Zach Lynch

Boys 800m: Lucas Conard

Boys 1600m: Ben Grota

Boys 3200m: Ben Grota

Boys 300m Hurdles: Damontrae Meeks

Boys 4x100m Relay

Boys 4x800m Relay

Boys High Jump: Braeden VanRemortel

Boys Long Jump: Alaric Urban, Lauden Berg

Boys Triple Jump: Lauden Berg

Boys Discus: Cruz Calvillo

 

Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Algoma, and Kewaunee will head to Rosholt for their sectional meet that begins at 3:30 p.m. You can find the local athletes you can cheer for at the meet below:

 

KEWAUNEE

1600 Relay Christopher Cullen, Maddix Mueller, Coy Kleiman, Thomas Stangel
800 Relay DJ Echols, Thomas Stangel, Maddix Mueller, Coy Kleiman
400 Relay DJ Echols, Thomas Stangel, Coy Kleiman, Tyler Vangoethem
Braxton Riha Shot Put
Maddix Mueller High Jump
Thomas Stangel Long Jump
James Joski 3200
Christopher Cullen 800, 1600
Jackson Wisnicky 300 Hurdles
DJ Echols 200
Maddix Mueller Triple Jump
3200 Relay James Joski, Gage Vlies, Joe Schlies, Justin Lischka
Kemper Robinson Discus, Shot Put
Jackson Wisnicky Triple Jump
DJ Echols Long Jump 

 

Girls

Long Jump: Lily Hudson

4x800m relay

100m: Lilli Mueller

400m: Hannah Miller (First Place)

300m hurdles: Alison Szydel

3200m: Katie Meier

4x400m Relay

Discus: Chyanne Robinson

Triple Jump: Hannah Miller

800m: Hannah Miller (1st place)

 

SEVASTOPOL

Girls High Jump: Danica Werkheiser

Boys Pole Vault: Luke Filar, Jarius Dadam

Girls 100m: Kylee Duessler

Girls 4x200m relay

Girls 400m: Caitlyn Fellner

Girls 300m Hurdles: Caitlyn Hasenjager

 

GIBRALTAR

Girls High Jump: McKailey Reisen

Girls 100m Hurdles: McKailey Reisen

Boys 4x200m Relay

Girls 4x100m Relay

Boys 4x100m Relay

Girls Discus: Josie Martin

Boys High Jump: Braden Sitte

Boys Long Jump: Braden Sitte

 

ALGOMA

Boys Discus: John Kirchman

Boys Pole Vault: Brennan Buckman

Girls Shot Put: Faith Gerdmann

Boys 100m hurdles: Aiden Moen

Girls 4x400m Relay

Boys 4x400m Relay

Girls Discus: Faith Gerdmann

Girls Pole Vault: Estella Marrero

Boys 3200m Run: Alex Kirchman

Soccer teams head back to the pitch on Thursday

The area's soccer teams continue to squeeze matches in ahead of the start of the WIAA Tournament next week.

 

Thursday's slate of games include Sturgeon Bay hosting NEW Lutheran (4 p.m.), Sevastopol/Gibraltar playing in Institute against Roncalli (5 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Xavier (6:30 p.m.)

Sturgeon Bay gets first round forfeit win over Ripon

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers have won their opening-round baseball game in the Division 2 playoffs without even taking the field. The game scheduled in Sturgeon Bay for Thursday versus the #10 Ripon Tigers was canceled due to a forfeit. 

 

The #7 Clippers will now play the #2 Denmark Vikings on Tuesday, May 28, for the second-round regional baseball game, starting at 4:30 PM at Denmark High School.

Golf Results: Division 2 Xavier Regional has two L-C golfers advancing to sectionals

Three local high school golf teams competed in the Xavier Division 2 Regional on Tuesday. Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay, and Southern Door were among the nine teams shooting for sectionals.

Seymour won the regional with a 314, followed by Xavier, Wrightstown, and Little Chute, the four teams that will advance to sectionals. 

Individually, James Glampe paced the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans with a 76, and Josh Parins shot a 79 to qualify for sectionals.

Other individual results from Tuesday’s regional include Stanley Peot’s  88, Landen Delebreau’s 90, and Lance Cherovsky’s 99 for the Spartans.

Southern Door was led by Finley LaVine’s  76, while Tyler Plzak shot an 87, James Zittlow a 92, Ava Badovski a 113, and Noah Slamka a 115.

Sturgeon Bay’s Tre Wienke shot a round of 77, Calvin Richard 87, Owen Pichette 87, Luke Selle 88, and Porter Rabach a 91.

The team scores are listed below:

Seymour 314, Xavier 315, Wrightstown 327, Little Chute 332, Luxemburg-Casco 333, Sturgeon Bay 339, Denmark 358, Freedom 361, Southern Door 368

Baseball Recap: L-C shuts out Denmark, Algoma falls

On Tuesday, area high school baseball teams had a light schedule, as only two teams were in action.

 

The Algoma Wolves fell to Manitowoc Lincoln 11-0 on the road in non-conference baseball as the teams prepare for regional play.

 

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans finally completed the second game against NEC rival the Denmark Vikings after a couple of outs.  The Spartans won 1-0 in walk-off action. 

 

Softball Roundup: Sevastopol, Algoma, Kewaunee, L-C advance to regional finals

The road to Madison began for many of the area high school softball teams as four of the five local teams advanced to the State Tournament regional final on Thursday.

In Division 5, the Sevastopol Pioneers shutout NEW Lutheran/Providence Blazers 10-0 in five innings on U102.1 in Institute.

 

The Algoma Wolves beat the Roncalli Jets 8-1 at home in Division 4 on 104.1 WRLU as pitcher Macie Zimmerman struck out 17 batters.

 

In Division 3, Kewaunee Storm was victorious 9-4 winners over Chilton Tigers.

 

The Valders Vikings ended the Southern Door Eagles’ season with a 6-5.

 

In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco shutout Marinette 4-0 and will face Seymour at home on Thursday.  

Rattlers fall hard to South Bend

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers were slow out of the blocks against the South Bend Cubs on Tuesday night at Four Winds Field.  The Cubs pounced on some uncharacteristic miscues from the Rattlers and cruised to a 7-1 victory to open the six-game series.

 

Chicago Cubs pitcher Drew Smyly retired the Timber Rattlers (26-14) in order in the first three innings with five strikeouts on an MLB rehab start for South Bend.

The Cubs (15-25) took the lead in the bottom of the third inning as they loaded the bases with one out against Wisconsin starting pitcher Mark Manfredi.  Pedro Ramirez unloaded the bases with a triple to the gap in right-center for a 3-0 lead.

Wisconsin’s usually stellar defense deserted Manfredi in the fourth inning.  An error on first baseman Tayden Hall allowed Reivaj Garcia to reach with one out.  Brian Kalmer hit a tailor-made double play ball to Luke Adams, but the third baseman had the ball deflect off his left leg.  The ball rolled into the Wisconsin bullpen and by the time it could be retrieved, Garcia had scored.

Casey Opitz was next for the Cubs.  He sent a foul pop to the Cubs bullpen in foul territory behind first base.  Hall raced back and had the ball pop out of his glove as he tried to make an over the shoulder basket catch.  Opitz hit the next pitch over the bleachers in left for a two-run homer and a 6-0 lead.

Wisconsin got on the scoreboard against Aaron Perry in the top of the sixth.  Eduarqui Fernández doubled and Dylan O’Rae singled with one out.  Jadher Areinamo just missed a three-run homer to left as his deep drive died at the track and was caught for the second out.  Fernández tagged and scored on a sacrifice fly.

Reliever Patricio Aquino kept the Cubs in check until Felix Stevens hit a lead-off home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to put South Bend up 7-1.  That was the only run Aquino gave up over four innings in relief.

Perry pitched five innings after Smyly left and scattered five hits with a walk to allow one run for his first win of the season.

Yovanny Cabrera gave up a two-out single to Matt Wood in the top of the ninth before closing out the game for South Bend to end their five-game losing streak.


The Timber Rattlers have only committed eight errors over eighteen games in May, but Tuesday was the second consecutive game in which they have committed two errors in a game.

 

Game two of the series is Wednesday morning at Four Winds Field.  The Timber Rattlers have Tate Kuehner (1-1, 4.74) as their scheduled starting pitcher.  South Bend has named Nick Hull (1-1, 5.40) as their starter.  Game time is 10:05am CDT.  The radio broadcast is on AM1280, WNAM starting with the Community Blood Center Pregame Show at 9:45am.

Kewaunee boys win regionals, several others head to track sectionals

Dozens of local athletes will move onto Thursday's sectional meets after successful days at WIAA Regional meets on Monday.

 

The teams were divided up evenly between two sites with Southern Door, Luxemburg-Casco, and Sturgeon Bay competing in Brillion while Gibraltar, Algoma, Kewaunee. and Sevastopol traveling to Hilbert. The Kewaunee boys track team earned bragging rights for the area as they won the Hilbert Regional with 153 points, nearly 60 more than second-place Manitowoc Lutheran. The top four athletes in each event move on to Thursday's sectional meets.

 

Photo courtesy of Kewaunee Track and Field

 

KEWAUNEE

1st Place
1600 Relay Christopher Cullen, Maddix Mueller, Coy Kleiman, Thomas Stangel
800 Relay DJ Echols, Thomas Stangel, Maddix Mueller, Coy Kleiman
400 Relay DJ Echols, Thomas Stangel, Coy Kleiman, Tyler Vangoethem
Braxton Riha Shot Put
Maddix Mueller High Jump
Thomas Stangel Long Jump
James Joski 3200

2nd Place
Christopher Cullen 800, 1600
Jackson Wisnicky 300 Hurdles
DJ Echols 200
Maddix Mueller Triple Jump

3rd Place
3200 Relay James Joski, Gage Vlies, Joe Schlies, Justin Lischka
Kemper Robinson Discus, Shot Put
Jackson Wisnicky Triple Jump
DJ Echols Long Jump 

 

Girls

Long Jump: Lily Hudson

4x800m relay

100m: Lilli Mueller

400m: Hannah Miller (First Place)

300m hurdles: Alison Szydel

3200m: Katie Meier

4x400m Relay

Discus: Chyanne Robinson

Triple Jump: Hannah Miller

800m: Hannah Miller (1st place)

 

STURGEON BAY

Ella Tarkowski finished in 2nd place and ran a 12.75 in prelims. 

Jade Tomberlin 2nd in high jump at 4’-10”

Julia Kurek advances in both the 1600 at 5:30.93 and 3200 at 12:06.31

In the 4x100 the team of Ava Estes, Tivi Andropolis, Cady Carlson, Ella Tarkowski took 4th at 52.76

In the 4x400 the team of Ava Estes, Jade Tomberlin, Ella Tarkowski and Cady Carlson took 4th at 4:23.55

Gaby Luett took 3rd in discuss at 90’-11”

Chase Hasenjager took 4th in the 400 at 54.12 

Xavier Jandrin took 2nd in Pole Vault at 12’-6”

 

LUXEMBURG-CASCO

Girls 4x8 Relay

1600m- Claire Dechateau

Girls 4x2 Relay

Girls 4x4 Relay

400m- Ellie Bosman

300m- Grace Seering & Elaina Holschuh

200m - Sienna Blohowiak & Lydia Morozov

3200m- Claire DeChateau

High Jump- Madyson Vanark

Triple Jump - Grace Seering

110m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

100m - Trace Schenobeck

Boys 4x2 Relay

300m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

Boys 4x4 Relay

Long Jump- Cameron Dorner

Triple Jump- Trevor Beaupre

 

SEVASTOPOL

Girls High Jump: Danica Werkheiser

Boys Pole Vault: Luke Filar, Jarius Dadam

Girls 100m: Kylee Duessler

Girls 4x200m relay

Girls 400m: Caitlyn Fellner

Girls 300m Hurdles: Caitlyn Hasenjager

 

GIBRALTAR

Girls High Jump: McKailey Reisen

Girls 100m Hurdles: McKailey Reisen

Boys 4x200m Relay

Girls 4x100m Relay

Boys 4x100m Relay

Girls Discus: Josie Martin

Boys High Jump: Braden Sitte

Boys Long Jump: Braden Sitte

 

ALGOMA

Boys Discus: John Kirchman

Boys Pole Vault: Brennan Buckman

Girls Shot Put: Faith Gerdmann

Boys 100m hurdles: Aiden Moen

Girls 4x400m Relay

Boys 4x400m Relay

Girls Discus: Faith Gerdmann

Girls Pole Vault: Estella Marrero

Boys 3200m Run: Alex Kirchman

 

SOUTHERN DOOR
Girls 100m Hurdles: Elise Jackson, Daylia Sunds

Girls 300m Hurdles: Elise Jackson

Girls Pole Vault: Danica Neville

Girls Long Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Triple Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Shot Put: Kailyn Neville

Girls Discus: Makenna Geyer

Boys 100m: Zack Lynch

Boys 200m: Zach Lynch

Boys 800m: Lucas Conard

Boys 1600m: Ben Grota

Boys 3200m: Ben Grota

Boys 300m Hurdles: Damontrae Meeks

Boys 4x100m Relay

Boys 4x800m Relay

Boys High Jump: Braeden VanRemortel

Boys Long Jump: Alaric Urban, Lauden Berg

Boys Triple Jump: Lauden Berg

Boys Discus: Cruz Calvillo

 

 

 

Two games on NRSN as WIAA Softball Tournament resumes

Five area teams will be in action on Tuesday as their journey to Madison continues, including two games that will be featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network. 

 

The top-seeded Algoma Wolves will host the Roncalli Jets in a Division 4 WIAA Softball Regional semi-final in Algoma. The pregame will start at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  Paul Schmitt and Shelly Lau will have the call from Peterson Park in Algoma.  The game will also be streamed on NewRadioSportsNetwork.com. 

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers will kick off their WIAA Tournament run with a familiar foe on Tuesday when they welcome NEW Lutheran to Institute. Jacob Nate will have the call from Sevastopol Town Park on U-102.1 and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 2:15 p.m., with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 2:30 p.m.

 

Other games scheduled for Tuesday include Kewaunee traveling to Chilton (4:30 p.m.), Southern Door visiting Valders (4:30 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco hosting Marinette (4:30 p.m.). 

Soccer round-up: Luxemburg-Casco to host Sturgeon Bay Tuesday

All three local soccer teams will be in action on Tuesday, with two of those teams facing off each other.

 

Luxemburg-Casco will play host to Sturgeon Bay under the lights at 6:30 p.m. The Spartans are coming off a 12-0 dismantlement of Clintonville on Monday while the Clippers were shut out by state-ranked Sheboygan Lutheran 4-0.

 

Sevastopol/Gibraltar will host Wrightstown at 5 p.m. in Institute.

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