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L-C's Shoenebeck and Waege selected for All-Star game

Two members of the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan football team that played in the Division 4 State Championship last year will be heading to the 2024 WFCA All-Star Game.

 

Seniors Trace Schoenebeck and Ezra Waege will represent the north Large School Team at UW-Oshkosh this summer.

 

Schoenebeck played tight end and linebacker for the Spartans and Ezra Waege anchored the Spartan offensive and defensive lines last season.

 

Luxemburg-Casco finished 12-2 and claimed the state runner-up trophy after their first state appearance in football in Madison last November.

Girls Basketball Roundup:  Southern Door, Sevastopol, Gibraltar and Algoma all advance

The WIAA girls' basketball tournament began with a triumphant bang in the area, as four local teams won and will play in their regional semi-finals on Friday.

 

In Division 5, the Sevastopol Pioneers dominated the St. Thomas Aquinas 65-7 at home, as heard on 96.7 WBDK.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings traveled north and knocked off the Niagara Badgers 45-43 on 105.1 The Goat, setting up a showdown with the Pioneers on Friday.

 

In Division 4, the Algoma Wolves led from start to finish to easily defeat the Roncalli Jets 59-39 at home on 104.1 WRLU.

 

The Southern Door Eagles upset the New Holstein Huskies 47-41 on U102.1 and will advance to Friday’s semi-final.

 

In Division 3, the Sturgeon Bay Clipper season came to an end with a 48-35 loss to the Tomahawk Hatchets.

 

Two other area teams received byes on Tuesday.  In Division 4, the Kewaunee Storm will host the winner of Howards Grove/Kohler on Friday night on 104.1 WRLU and the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Watertown in a Division 2 matchup. 


Badgers hang on for win over Maryland

The Wisconsin Badgers got a much-needed 74-70 win over the Maryland Terrapins on Tuesday night to get back on the winning track.

Maryland took a 14-13 lead halfway through the first half but Wisconsin was able to open up a 37-29 lead at halftime.

Wisconsin would lead by as many as ten points in the second half, but the Terrapins would make it interesting until the very end.

Max Klesmit hit a huge three-pointer with just under one minute to play that extended the Badger lead to seven points and Wisconsin ended up  28/31 for 90 percent from the free-throw line to ultimately clinch the game from the charity stripe. 

Tyler Wahl led the Badgers in scoring with 18 points and Max Klesmit added 16 more to secure a home win for Wisconsin.

Wisconsin (18-9, 10-6 Big Ten) will now play Indiana next Tuesday on the road.

Jonas takes over reins at Green Bay Preble

Just a few weeks after his position as Southern Door Athletic Director was posted online in search of candidates, Mark Jonas found a new job.

 

Green Bay Preble announced on Tuesday that Jonas would continue his hall-of-fame career at the school after stops at Southern Door, Kaukauna, Oconomowoc, and Hilbert. Jonas led the Eagles to a 20-3 record in his two years on the job, helping his team get to Level 2 of the WIAA Playoffs both seasons. 

 

Picture courtesy of Green Bay Preble


REPORT: Northwestern to play home game at Lambeau Field

A college football game may take place at Lambeau Field before Wisconsin's highly-anticipated matchup against Notre Dame in 2026, featuring an improbable team as the host.

 

Louie Vaccher from WildcatReport.com reports that Northwestern Athletic Director Derrick Gragg told alumni in New York City last week that the football team will play a home game at Lambeau Field during the 2025 season. Northwestern began demolishing Ryan Field earlier this month to pave the way for a new stadium to open in 2026. No team was announced as the "visiting team," but Vaccher suggests that it could be against Wisconsin, which Northwestern is scheduled to be the "home team" against in 2024.

 

There has been no formal announcement from Northwestern, Wisconsin, or the Green Bay Packers on the potential matchup in Green Bay. Mark Murphy left his role as the athletic director at Northwestern to become the Packers' president and CEO in 2007.

 

Purple-clad fans were split on the announcement since the athletic department is being viewed as giving away a home game in the name of the money. The announcement also came before the department said where they would play home games while waiting for the new Ryan Field to be built. 

 

Lambeau Field hosted Wisconsin/LSU on September 3rd, 2016, and is scheduled to host Wisconsin/Notre Dame on September 5th, 2026. Despite the later date, it should be noted that the original date for the Wisconsin/Notre Dame game in 2020 was October 3rd, but it was canceled due to the pandemic.

Girls open WIAAs with four games on NEW Radio Sports Network

The road to Green Bay begins on Tuesday with most of the area's teams in action and playing on the NEW Radio Sports Network.

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers look to defend their regional championship from a year ago when they open against St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in Institute. Bryan Mazur and Tim Ash will have the call on 96.7 WBDK.

 

The Southern Door Eagles will head south to New Holstein to take on the Huskies in their WIAA opener. Jacob Nate and Matt Malvitz will have the call on U-102.1.

 

The Algoma Wolves open their WIAA Tournament run with a home game against Roncalli. Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard will carry the action on 104.1 WRLU.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings will have an opportunity to avenge last year's exit in the WIAAs when they travel to Niagara for the second consecutive season. Tim Kowols will make the trip for 105.1 The GOAT.

 

All of the games above will be streamed on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com and begin at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7 p.m.

 

Other games scheduled for Tuesday include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Tomahawk for a 6 p.m. tip while Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco don't play until Friday.


Bucks bid for All-Star games

A day after Indianapolis took its turn hosting the annual NBA showcase, the Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly on the clock to host the All-Star game within the next six years.

 

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the organization and the City of Milwaukee submitted a bid to host the NBA All-Star Games in 2027 and 2028 after 2025 was awarded to San Francisco and the Golden State Warriors and 2026 to Inglewood, California, and the Los Angeles Clippers.

 

It has been since 1977 that the NBA All-Stars descended on the Cream City for the exhibition. That game was held at the neighboring MECCA. Milwaukee has not held an All-Star Game since 2001 when the MLB hosted a tie game at Miller Park.

Boys' basketball preview: Gibraltar begins final week of regular season with Algoma trip on 105.1 The GOAT

Area teams have a target for the post-season to shoot for after the WIAA published the brackets for the boy's basketball tournament brackets on Sunday.

 

In DIvision 2, #11 Luxemburg-Casco will play at Notre Dame on February 27th for the opportunity to play #3 West De Pere.

 

In Division 3, #2 Southern Door will wait for Oconto Falls and Peshtigo to sort out who will play them on March 1st. Sturgeon Bay will open their tournament run on February 27th at home against Menominee Indian as the #6 seed. 

 

In Division 4, #3 Kewaunee has a bye until March 1st, when they play either Oconto or Coleman. The #10 Algoma Wolves will travel to face Weyauwega-Fremont on February 27th with a chance to play #2 St. Mary Catholic on March 1st.

 

In Division 5, #14 Sevastopol will travel to Gillett as #12 Gibraltar busses to Florence for a second consecutive season. 

 

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team plays their final Packerland Conference game of the season on Monday with a trip south to face the Algoma Wolves. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 7:15 p.m., followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

 

Other boys' basketball games slated for Monday include Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door hosting NEW Lutheran, and Sevastopol playing at home against Oconto. All games begin at 7:30 p.m.

Duessler, Bley rely on past athletic experiences for Miss Door County platforms

Sevastopol athletes Kylee Duessler and Emily Bley did not have to look far to find the perfect platforms to travel the area promoting during their tenure as Miss Door County and Miss Door County Teen.

 

Duessler is at the tail end of her basketball season before she heads into the track season, where she qualified for last year's state meet in the 200m dash. The pair played with each other on the Pioneers volleyball team that made it to the regional semifinal last season after two consecutive trips to the sectional round. 

 

Duessler, a future UW-Milwaukee biomedical engineering student, will promote her community service initiative, “Trust Your Training; Anxiety Awareness in Athletics,” over the next year. Bley, a future NWTC nursing student, will discuss her community service initiative, “Nutrition Before Competition,” over the next year as well.  After struggling with them, the pair discussed why the issues were important to them.

Duessler and the Pioneers' girls basketball team will open their WIAA Tournament run at home against St. Thomas Aquinas on Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Individual state wrestling brackets announced

The area's 17 individual state qualifiers have a little more direction now after the WIAA released the state wrestling brackets on Sunday.

 

Southern Door's Nora LeFevre, Hailey Veeser, Sydney Turner, and Mason Motquin, Kewaunee's Mitchell Boeder, Kemper Robinson and Mitchell VanGoethem, Luxemburg-Casco's Jake Jandrin, Carson Neubert, Caleb Delebreau, Isaac Jerabek, Max Ronsman, Michael Bostwick, Blakelee Bastien,Trace Schoenebeck, Carson Blohowiak, and Kiley Georgel, and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Tiani Lemieux all punched their tickets to the state tournament by either coming in the top three (boys) or winning (girls) in their brackets during Saturday's sectional tournaments.

 

You can find the brackets here. You can find the schedule for the individual state tournament below:

 

SESSION 1 – Thursday, Feb. 22 - Eight Mats
Div. 1 & Girls Preliminaries – 3 p.m. (Doors open at 2 p.m.) – Weigh-in at 1:30 p.m.
            (Div. 1 on mats 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Div. 1 Quarterfinals – Approximately 5:15 p.m.
Div. 2 & 3 Preliminaries, Girls Quarterfinals – 7 p.m. – Div. 2 & Div. 3 Weigh-in at 5 p.m.
           (Div. 2 on mats 1, 2 & 3; Div. 3 on mats 5, 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Note: All weight classes will be wrestled in consecutive order from lowest to highest on next available mat.

SESSION 2 – Friday, Feb. 23 - Eight Mats 
Div. 1 & Girls Consolations – 10 a.m. (Doors open at 9 a.m.)
           (Div. 1 on mats 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6) 
Div. 1  and Girls Weigh-Ins: 8:30 a.m. / Div. 2-3 Weigh-Ins at 9 a.m.
Div. 2 & 3 Quarterfinals – Approximately 15 minutes following previous round 
           (Div. 2 on mats 1, 2 & 3; Div. 3 on mats 5, 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Div. 1 & Girls Consolation Quarterfinals – Approximately 15 minutes following previous round
           (Div. 1 on mats 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Div. 2 & 3 Consolation Quarterfinals – Approximately 15 minutes following previous round
           (Div. 2 on mats 1, 2 & 3; Div. 3 on mats 5, 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Note: All weight classes will be wrestled in consecutive order from lowest to highest on next available mat.

SESSION 3 – Friday, Feb. 23 - Eight Mats
Div. 1, 2, 3 & Girls Semifinals - 7 p.m.  (Doors open at 6 p.m.)  
           (Div. 1 on mats 1 & 2; Div. 2 on mats 3 & 5; Div. 3 on mats 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Note: All weight classes will be wrestled in consecutive order from lowest to highest on next available mat. 

SESSION 4 – Saturday, Feb. 24 - Eight Mats
All Weigh-Ins: 8:30 a.m.
Div. 1, 2, 3 & Girls Consolation Semifinals - 10 a.m.  (Doors open at 9 a.m.) 
           (Div. 1 on mats 1 & 2; Div. 2 on mats 3 & 5; Div. 3 on mats 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Div. 1, 2, 3 & Girls Fifth-Place Matches* 
Div. 1, 2, 3 & Girls Third-Place Matches* 
* Fifth-place and third-place matches will run concurrently by weight class following all consolation matches.

SESSION 5 – Saturday, Feb. 24 - Four Mats
March of Champions – 5:30 p.m. (Doors open at 4 p.m.)
Div. 1, 2, 3  & Girls Championships - (Div. 1 on mat 1; Girls on mat 2, Div. 2 on mat 3; Div. 3 on mat 4)

Spring begins Saturday with Brewers preseason opener

It will feel a few degrees warmer on Saturday when the Milwaukee Brewers play their first spring training exhibition.

 

The team reported for its first season last week under Pat Murphy's tutelage. The Brewers made their splash in the free agency waters last month when they signed Rhys Hoskins to a two-year contract while seeing Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff head to different pastures. This month, the Brewers have signed RHP Joshua Quezada, RHP Jakob Junis, LHP DL Hall, and INF Joey Ortiz.

 

The Brewers open their spring training schedule against the San Diego Padres on Saturday and the Colorado Rockies on Sunday.

Area sends 17 to WIAA State Wrestling Tournament

Door and Kewaunee counties will be well represented at next weekend's WIAA State Wrestling Tournament in Madison.

 

All five of the Eagles' competing girls made it to the championship match, but it was Nora LeFevre, Hailey Veeser, and Sydney Turner who punched their tickets with sectional championships. On the boys' side, Mason Motquin battled his way to a third-place finish to clinch his spot in the state tournament field. 

 

For the Storm, Mitchell Boeder lost his chance at a sectional title before winning his second place match. Kemper Robinson and Mitchell VanGoethem made their way through from the consolation semis to earn their spots in the tournament field.

 

Nine members of the Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team will spend consecutive weekends in Madison after a successful outing at the WIAA Sectional Meet in Oconto Falls on Saturday. Jake Jandrin, Carson Neubert, Caleb Delebreau, Isaac Jerabek, and Max Ronsman will all have top seeds in next weekend's state tournament at the Kohl Center as sectional champions. Michael Bostwick, Blakelee Bastien, and Trace Schoenebeck nearly became sectional champions in their own right while Carson Blohowiak battled his way into the field with a third-place finish. On the girls' side, Kiley Georgel won her lone match of the day to become Luxemburg-Casco's first female state qualifier. 

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Tiani Lemieux clinched her second straight trip to the WIAA State Meet by hardly breaking a sweat. Lemieux pinned both of her opponents in less than two minutes total. Teammate Olivia Hofrichter split her two matches to come up just shy of a chance to go herself. On the boys' side, Spencer Madsen was the highest-placing wrestler as he missed out on a trip to Madison with a fourth-place finish.

 

Picture courtesy of Southern Door Wrestling Club

DCU reflects on successful season

That’s a wrap on the 2023-2024 season. As the Door County United Boys close out the winter sports season, there's a whole lot to celebrate.


Wrapping up the season as an entire team at the D-2 State Championship is the biggest highlight to take from the past 14 weeks.  It isn't often that an entire team finds their way to the state competition, and this accomplishment is due by-in-large to the strong team culture the boys have developed this season.

As we end the season here’s a snapshot of the evening:
-The 200 Medley Relay (Ezra Linnan, Jack Monfils, Luke Filar, Logan Filar) swam a 1:46.26 taking 16th overall. Monfils swam his fastest 50 Breast split, breaking 28 seconds to go a 27.87.


-Monfils placed 9th overall in the 200 IM with a time of 2:00.86 and later followed this performance in the 100 Breast to place 11th with a time of 1:02.17.

As a team, DCU placed 24th out of 32 with a total of 17 points. Monfils brought in 15 total points, while the relay earned an additional 2.

It was a brilliant season and there are so many huge moments to celebrate. In spite of insurmountable challenges, this team proved their strength and fortitude time and time again. 

Phoenix women finish off Penguins

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team will enter its final homestand of the season on a happy note after beating Youngstown State on the road 71-59.

 

It was a game of runs early on as the Phoenix had an 8-1 run answered by a 7-0 run by the Penguins. The Phoenix would stretch the lead out in the second quarter as they outscored the Penguins 16-9 in the frame. A 12-0 run by the Penguins brought the game to within one before the Phoenix answered with a stretch of their own that put the game out of reach. 

 

Four Phoenix players reached double figures led by Maddy Schreiber and Natalie McNeal scoring 18 points apiece. 

 

The Phoenix remains tied with Cleveland State for first place in the Horizon League ahead of visits from Oakland and Detroit Mercy over the next seven days. 

Gamblers sweep Stampede on the road

The Green Bay Gamblers made the most of their trip to Sioux Falls by winning both of their games against the Stampede.

 

In Friday's 5-4 win, the Gamblers scored two goals in the final 10 minutes to steal one from the home team. Jayson Shaugabay and Ryan Humphrey each registered multi-point games while Adam Gajan stopped 30 out of 34 shots in the win.

 

Saturday's matchup was much more comfortable as the Gamblers answered an early Stampede goal with six of their own in a 6-1 victory. Twelve players registered at least point in the contest as Gavin Moffatt stopped 32 of the 33 shots he faced.

DCU's Monfils finishes Top 10 in state for individual medley

The Door County United Swim Team performed strongly in their final meet of the year as they participated in three events Friday night at the WIAA State Meet.

 

Jack Monfils had a busy night, finishing in 9th place in the 200 yd Individual Medley 2:00.86. He also finished in 11th 100 yd Breaststroke with a time of 1:02.17

 

Monfils was also on the 200 Individual Medley Relay that took 16th with a time of 1:46.26. He was joined on the team by Luke and Logan Filar, and Ezra Linnan.

 

The team took 24th out of 32 teams with 17 points with McFarland win the Division 2 State Meet with 325 points.

Local wrestlers prepare for sectionals

Kewaunee, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and Luxemburg-Casco all have wrestlers looking to punch their tickets for a date next weekend at the Kohl Center. Still, they first have to make it through their sectionals on Saturday.

 

The Storm and Eagles will head to Shawano for their sectional tournament. Aiden Ducat, Kemper Robinson, Mitchell Boeder, Mitchell VanGoethem, and Nolan Lambrecht will represent the Storm, while Mason Motquin, Trevor Englebert, and Lance Veeser will do the same for the Eagles.

 

The Spartans and SBS will visit Oconto Falls for their sectional meet. Spencer Madsen, Alex Andreae, Zak Wrobel, and Seth Laughlin clinched sectional berths for SBS while Carson Neubert, Caleb Delebreau, Max Ronsman, Jake Jandrin, Carson Blohowiak, Michael Bostwick, Blakelee Bastien, Isaac Jerabek, Trace Schoenebeck, Ezra Waege, Caleb Salentine, and Sam Schutz will represent the Spartans.

 

SBS and Luxemburg-Casco will begin their road to Madison at 9 a.m. while Kewaunee and Southern Door will commence at 10 a.m.

Phoenix women back to work at Youngstown State

The Green Bay Phoenix will try to hold onto to its place in the Horizon League standings when it plays Youngstown State on Saturday afternoon.

 

The Green Bay Phoenix won their third straight game on Thursday, beating Robert Morris 60-50 on the road. Luxemburg-Casco product Cassie Schiltz led the way with 14 points, while Jenna Guyer tallied 13 off the bench. Bailey Butler and Natalie McNeal also cracked double figures in the win for the Phoenix.

 

The Penguins carry their four-game winning streak into the game, last beating Wright State 72-52 on Valentine's Day.

 

The two teams will duke it out on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

Three boys' basketball games to be featured on NRSN Friday

Three games featuring five local teams will be featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network ahead of Selection Sunday for the WIAA Boys' Basketball Tournament.

 

Southern Door will state its argument for sole possession of the Packerland Conference title when they travel to Kewaunee on Friday. Matt Malvitz and Reece Robillard will have the call on U-102.1 and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

 

Gibraltar will honor its seniors and one of its longtime coaches Kent Sitte ahead of its matchup against Sturgeon Bay on Friday. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

 

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans boys will travel to Waupaca Friday night to take on the Comets in North Eastern Conference basketball. The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on the New Radio Sports Network.  Pregame is set for 6:45 p.m. with tip off scheduled for 7:00 p.m.  Eric Fischer and Paul Schmitt will do the call from Waupaca High School. 

 

Sevastopol will travel to NEW Lutheran for its 7:30 p.m. Friday matchup.

Kewaunee, Sevastopol shares Packerland crown as girls' basketball turns focus to postseason

The area's girls' basketball teams will now turn their focus to the postseason after concluding the regular season slate on Thursday.

 

After winning their respective games, Sevastopol and Kewaunee will share the Packerland Conference title. The Storm handled their local rivals Algoma 51-36, while the Pioneers toppled Peshtigo at home 53-29. 

 

Southern Door fell in their home finale 58-40 to Oconto.

 

Gibraltar headed on a high note into the postseason as they blew past Stockbridge 67-27.

 

Sturgeon Bay fought hard but came up short against NEW Lutheran 41-28.

 

Luxemburg-Casco was nipped by Fox Valley Lutheran at home 42-37.

 

All local teams, with the exception of Kewaunee, will open their tournament games on Tuesday. You can find that schedule below:

In Division 2, #6 Luxemburg-Casco will start on the road at Watertown on February 23rd, setting up a match-up between #2 West De Pere or the winner of Slinger and West Bend West.

 

In Division 3, #10 Sturgeon Bay will travel to Tomahawk on February 20th with a chance to play Freedom in the regional semi-final. 

 

In Division 4, Kewaunee earned the #1 seed, and they will wait for the winner for Kohler and Howards Grove. #6 Algoma will host Roncalli, and #10 Southern Door will travel to New Holstein in the opening round on February 20th.

 

In Division 5, #2 Sevastopol will host St. Thomas Aquinas on February 20th with a chance at a Packerland matchup on February 23rd if #10 Gibraltar can get past Niagara on the road.

 

Picture courtesy of School District of Sevastopol

DCU swimmer take to the pool for state meet

It is the end of the pool for the Door County United Swim Team as they head to Waukesha South High School for the WIAA Division 2 State Meet. 

 

DCU will have swimmers in three different events:

  • 200 Yard Medley Relay (Heat 1, Lane 7)
  • Jack Monfils, 200 Yard Individual Medley (Heat 2, Lane 8)
  • Jack Monfils, 100 Yard Breaststroke (Heat 2, Lane 2) 

Monfils swam one of top eight qualifying times in his two individual meets, including a sectional winning time in the breaststroke.

 

The first events are scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. for swimmers. The diving side of the state meet will take place earlier in the day. Division 1 schools will have their state meet on Saturday.

Phoenix women grind out win against Colonials

The Green Bay Phoenix won their third straight game on Thursday as they beat Robert Morris 60-50 on the road.

 

The game was tight for three quarters as the Colonials drew to within one point entering the fourth. That stretch include an offensive struggle in the second quarter when just 14 points were scored. The Phoenix took control in the final period, outscoring the Colonials 22-13, including 12 made free throws.

 

Luxemburg-Casco product Cassie Schiltz led the way with 14 points, while Jenna Guyer tallied 13 points off the bench. Bailey Butler and Natalie McNeal also cracked double figures in the win for the Phoenix.

 

The Phoenix wrap up their swing out east on Saturday with a 12:30 p.m. tip against Youngstown State.

Girls' basketball preview: Packerland to be decided Thursday night

The Packerland Conference will rely on the final day of the regular season to decide its championship will be shared or not.

 

Kewaunee and Sevastopol enter the evening tied atop the Packerland Conference standings with identical 13-2 marks. If both teams lose, Oconto could even lay claim to a piece of the title as they sit at 12-3 in the conference. The key games to watch for that have title aspirations include the Storm visiting Algoma (7:30 p.m.), the Pioneers hosting Peshtigo (7:30 p.m.), and Southern Door hosting the Blue Devils (7:30 p.m.).

 

In other local girls' basketball games of note, Gibraltar will conclude its home slate against Stockbridge (6 p.m.), Sturgeon Bay will host NEW Lutheran (6:30 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco will battle Fox Valley Lutheran at home (7 p.m.).

 

After Thursday's games, the focus will shift to the tournament that begins on Tuesday for every team except Kewaunee, which has a bye to the Friday regional semi-final.

 

 

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