Volleyball Preview: Gibraltar and Sevastopol square off in county rivalry match

Two teams coming off of two different results will face off Thursday night, as Gibraltar and Sevastopol will take the court up in Gibraltar. The Vikings lost in a sweep to Southern Door Tuesday night, as the Pioneers won in a sweep over the Kewaunee Storm. 


Southern Door goes south to Algoma after a win over Gibraltar. 


Kewaunee stays home and welcomes in Peshtigo. 


Luxemburg Casco travels to Clintonville in a North Eastern Conference matchup. 

Brewers drop season finale against Diamondbacks

Fans of the Milwaukee Brewers will have to wait until next February to cheer on their team after they dropped the season finale on Wednesday 4-2 to the Arizona Diamondbacks.


Even with Corbin Burnes starting, the game ended up being like a bullpen game with five pitchers taking the mound with no one pitching more than five innings. Burnes' five strikeouts gave him 243 on the season, making him the 2022 National League strikeout king. 


Christian Walker opened the scoring for the Diamondbacks with an RBI single in the 4th inning, only to be matched by a Tyrone Taylor RBI groundout in the fifth. Rowdy Tellez gave the 18,765 fans in attendance a chance at a happy finale with a solo homer in the eighth, giving him 35 home runs on the season. Trevor Gott could not close the door for the Brewers, allowing homers to Josh Rojas and Corbin Carroll to let the Diamondbacks to take the lead. They had the tying run on in the bottom of the ninth, but Keston Hiura and Victor Caratini were unable to cash in, sending the Brewers to the 4-2 loss and a 86-76 record.

Gibraltar cross country heads to Brillion

The final race before next week's Packerland Championships will take Gibraltar to Brillion for an invitational on Thursday.


The Vikings will race against Brillion, Chilton, Hilbert, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Manitowoc Lincoln, Mishicot, Oostburg, St. Mary Catholic, Valders, and Winneconne at Deer Run Golf Course beginning at 4 p.m.


Logan Mittermann hit a personal-best 18:17 at the 5K distance at last week's Pioneer Classic in Sturgeon Bay. Betsy Lecy led the girls with a time of 22:26, but Abigail Demeuse followed Mittermann's personal record with one of her own. 

Clippers Soccer looks good for parents night and handles Algoma

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer team started strong with parents watching, and so did the Algoma Wolves in a battle that began from the opening whistle. The Clippers held most of the possession for the first half, but the Wolves applied the pressure needed to keep it close. Robert Alas started the scoring in the 12th minute with an unassisted goal followed by the "goal of the night," according to Peter Kerwin, from Ben Hooker in the 32nd, assisted by Jules Reynolds. The Clippers led 2-0 going into halftime, and the scoring would continue in the second half, despite the outstanding play from Algoma's Keeper, Younk. Alas found the net in the 44th minute (Gigstead assist). A PK was awarded when Klotz was fouled in the box, and Johnny Hubbard buried it in the back of the net in the 54th minute. Jules Reynolds capped the scoring, assisted by Porter Gigstead) in the 67th, and that's how the game would end, 5-0. 


The Clippers travel to the Green Bay on Thursday to take on GB NEW Lutheran. That game will start at 4 pm and be covered on 103.3 The Clipper.  

Volleyball Roundup:  Luxemburg-Casco sweeps Waupaca, Sevastopol tops Kewaunee

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans picked up a convincing win at home Tuesday night, taking all three sets against the Waupaca Comets.  The Spartans won easily in the first two sets, winning 25-17 and 25-16.  The third set was closer, with L-C narrowly winning 25-21.  The Spartans were led by Alayna Deprez with 22 kills and 7 digs, Kylie Hanson had nine kills and 11 digs, and Autumn Flynn contributed seven kills and two blocks in the victory. Brooke VandeHei added 13 digs and four aces for Luxemburg-Casco (22-8, 7-0), who remains undefeated in the North Eastern Conference.   L-C Coach Jeff Frey said after the game, "it was a nice win, Waupaca is a much-improved team, and they were on a roll coming in.  I was happy with a lot of things we did tonight, we just need to continue to focus on the little things"


In other action Tuesday, Sevastopol swept Kewaunee 3-0 at Institute.


Brewers one-hit Diamondbacks, season finale Wednesday

Even though the Milwaukee Brewers were eliminated from the playoffs a day earlier, Starting pitcher Eric Lauer and two relievers pitched the best game of the season for Milwaukee with a one-hit performance on Tuesday night.  The Brewers shut out Arizona Diamondbacks 3-0, with Lauer going six no-hit innings with seven strikeouts and four walks.  Jake Cousins pitched a scoreless eighth inning allowing the only hit while striking out the side, and Peter Strzelecki finished with a perfect ninth to close out the win. 


Luis Urias led the Brewers with three hits and two RBIs, including a third-inning solo home run.


The Brewers (86-75) and Diamondbacks will close out the 2022 campaign with a 3:10 afternoon start at American Family Field.

Volleyball Preview: Spartans host Comets in NEC conference play

Seven local girls volleyball teams are in action tonight as the regular season comes rolling towards an end. 


The Luxemburg Casco Spartans are undefeated in their NEC schedule so far, and will look to keep the winning streak alive against the Waupaca Comets. 


Elsewhere in the Packerland, Sevastopol hosts winless Kewaunee. 


Southern Door has their pink out night against the Gibraltar Vikings. 


Algoma travels to Sturgeon Bay to take on the Clippers.


Brewers eliminated from postseason contention despite win

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks with a come-behind victory Monday, but it did not mean much in terms of the National League playoff picture.


You can thank Hunter Renfroe for the dramatics in the Brewers' 6-5 win over the Diamondbacks. He delivered a solo homer in the bottom of the ninth and a walk-off RBI single in the 10th inning to give the Brewers their 85th victory. Christian Yelich homered, and Willy Adames also drove in runs, while Victor Caratini was the beneficiary of a Diamondbacks error that brought home two runners to tie the game at 4-4.


Sadly for the Brewers, Kyle Schwarber homered twice to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-0. The victory gave the Phillies the final spot in the National League playoff picture, edging the Brewers out no matter how the final two games of the season go.


The Brewers are back in action against the Diamondbacks on Tuesday night at 6:40 p.m.

Soccer Preview: Algoma takes the trip to Sturgeon Bay on 103.3 The Clipper

A shakeup in the top of the conference has given the Clippers a slight conference lead, but the same team who knocked off the Vikineers of Gibraltar/Sevastopol will try to do it again as Algoma battles Sturgeon Bay at Clark Field. The Vikineers battled Peshtigo last night, but no score was reported.


Kewaunee takes a Green Bay trip to take on the NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy Blazers. The Storm was scheduled to play against Washington Island, but no score was given. 


In NEC play, Luxemburg-Casco takes on Winneconne. 

Kewaunee tennis season ends in straight sets

The Kewaunee tennis team saw their season end at the WIAA Subsectional hosted by St. Mary Catholic on Monday. 


Team members lost in every flight by identical 6-0, 6-0 scores, facing players primarily from either Xavier or Fox Valley Lutheran. 



1. Olivia Pethan, Fox Valley Lutheran def. 8. Bella Kentgen, Kewaunee 6-0, 6-0



1. Kate Jannette, Xavier def. 8. Faith Kustka, Kewaunee 6-0, 6-0



1. Dana Keesler, Xavier def. 8. Jania Mitler, Kewaunee 6-0, 6-0



2. Grace Ogden/Sophia Bauman, Xavier def. 7. Shelby Pribek/Chloe Hallet, Kewaunee 6-0, 6-0



2. Addison Hervey/Gabby Stammer, Xavier def. 7. Lilly Morton/Mia Ihlenfeldt, Kewaunee 6-0, 6-0

Packers survive again with walk-off OT field goal

For the second week in a row, the Green Bay Packers had to wait until the game's final moments to celebrate a victory, this time a 27-24 decision over the New England Patriots. 


The Patriots got on the board first with a field goal before Christian Watson took a handoff 15-yards to put the Packers up 7-3. An injury to the Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer and replacing him with rookie fourth-rounder Bailey Zappe gave the 78,000-plus crowd of Packers false hope of a blowout. The second half instead ended with Aaron Rodgers throwing a rare pick-six touchdown to Patriots cornerback Jack Jones to put the visitors up 10-7 at the break.


The two teams traded touchdown passes in the third quarter, with Rodgers finding Robert Tonyan and Zappe hooking up with DeVante Parker to make it 17-14 Patriots. Mason Crosby was able to tie it up at 17-17 at the end of the third quarter.


The Packers would have to answer a Patriots midway through the fourth quarter on a 13-yard pass to Romeo Doubs to make it 24-24. Doubs almost hauled in the game-winner later in the quarter, but he could not complete the catch when he hit the ground, sending the game into overtime. After both teams stalled on their first drives of overtime, Crosby knocked in the 31-yard field goal to end the game and send the Packers to next Sunday's bout against the Giants in London on a three-game winning streak.

Kewaunee tennis heads to final stretch

The Kewaunee tennis team has hit its most important time of the season with the start of the WIAA sub-sectional on Monday.


The Storm will compete against the likes of Clintonville, Fox Valley Lutheran, Kiel, Lourdes Academy, Marinette, and Xavier when the action begins at 9 a.m.




1. Olivia Pethan, Fox Valley Lutheran vs. 8. Bella Kentgen, Kewaunee



1. Kate Jannette, Xavier vs. 8. Faith Kustka, Kewaunee



1. Dana Keesler, Xavier vs. 8. Jania Mitler, Kewaunee



2. Grace Ogden/Sophia Bauman, Xavier vs. 7. Shelby Pribek/Chloe Hallet, Kewaunee



2. Addison Hervey/Gabby Stammer, Xavier vs. 7. Lilly Morton/Mia Ihlenfeldt, Kewaunee


Chryst out as Wisconsin coach

The Wisconsin Badgers football coach will go from one alum with the reins to another after announcing the dismissal of head coach Paul Chryst Sunday afternoon.


Chryst was fired after back-to-back blowout losses to Ohio State and Illinois and a 2-3 start to the 2022 season. Despite his 2022 struggles, he departs a program he helped resurrect after the Gary Andersen tenure, finishing 67-26 in seven-plus seasons at Wisconsin while leading the Badgers to several Big Ten championship games and bowl victories.


Defensive coordinator and former Wisconsin All-American Jim Leonhard will take over as interim head coach as they prepare for their Saturday matchup against the Northwestern Wildcats.

Packers return home to face Pats

The Green Bay Packers return to Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon to host the New England Patriots.


The season-opening debacle against the Minnesota Vikings seems like a lifetime ago to the Packers as they have gone undefeated since. That includes a nailbiting 14-12 win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. 


The Patriots could be without their young quarterback Mac Jones after he injured his ankle in a 37-26 loss to the Baltimore Ravens last week. Brian Hoyer is expected to make the start if Jones can't go.


Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m.

Brewers let Marlins off the hook

Milwaukee Brewers Devin Williams had a rare meltdown in the ninth inning as the Miami Marlins walked out of American Family Field Saturday night with a 4-3 victory.


The Marlins took the early lead with a two-run homer by Peyton Burdick in the third inning, only to see the lead cut in half by a Christian Yelich bomb in the fourth inning.


The Brewers would take the lead in the sixth when Luis Urias took a hit by pitch with the bases loaded and Victor Caratini drove in a second run on an RBI groundout. 


A two-run single by Bryan De La Cruz made worse on an error by Yelich gave the Marlins the lead and the win, preventing the Brewers from taking advantage of a doubleheader split by the Phillies in their trip to Washington D.C. 


The Brewers enter their rubber match matinee against the Marlins still one game behind the Phillies.  

Badgers blown out by Illini

Bret Bielema's homecoming to Madison went well for his new squad as the Illinois Fighting Illini throttled the Wisconsin Badgers 34-10.


The first touchdown scored by Isaac Guerendo on a pass from Graham Mertz proved to be the lone highlight of the game. The Badgers would take a small 10-7 lead at the beginning of the second quarter, but it was all Illini after that as Tommy Devito scored touchdowns on three close quarterback keepers and Chase Brown scored from 49 yards out to put the game out of reach.


It was a rarity for the Badgers where the Illini outgained the Badgers on the ground 137-2. Mertz threw 206 yards and a touchdown, but two interceptions proved costly.


They will travel to Evanston next Saturday to face a struggling Northwestern squad at 2:30 p.m.

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Announce Major Renovation Project

Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium will look a lot different when the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers take the field in 2023.  Third Base Ventures, the owners of the Rattlers, announced a major renovation project for the home of the Midwest League affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday afternoon.

The project will be undertaken by Appleton-based Boldt Construction with the design provided by Pendulum Studio, an architectural firm out of Kansas City, Missouri specializing in baseball/sports stadiums.  Boldt built the stadium, which opened in 1995.  Both Boldt and Pendulum worked together on the most recent renovation after the 2012 season.

This set of stadium renovations has been developed to meet the new standards for Minor League Baseball facilities as set forward in the Player Development License granted to the Third Base Ventures in 2020. 

There will be new seating areas, improved player amenities, an expanded concourse that will encircle the entire stadium, and an eye-catching three-story slide as part of this stadium upgrade.

“We are extremely pleased and excited to announce the stadium renovation plans for the 2023 season which will create one of the best home clubhouses in all Minor League Baseball while drastically increasing the quality of space for visiting teams,” said Rob Zerjav, President, CEO, and Managing Partner of Third Base Ventures/Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.  “We can’t wait for our fans to experience the new stadium renovations which will add new outdoor suites above the left field wall, widen the existing concourse, allow fans to walk around the entire field and – last but not least – take a ride on the three-story slide in the leftfield corner.”

The slide, a fixture of Milwaukee Brewers baseball for years, is an homage to the Timber Rattlers parent club.  There will be one difference between the slides.  The slide at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium will be available for all fans to use during games. 

The existing concourse will be widened by pushing handicapped seating towards the field while increasing the capacity for those fans in wheelchairs.  Fans will now be able to walk around the entire field as the existing boardwalk will be connected to a new walkway and seating area above the leftfield wall that will wrap around to the area near the Festival Grill and Brews on Third. 

The seating area above the left field wall will feature three covered, open-air suites as well as additional ticketed seating and general admission seating.   Each of the three outdoor suites above the outfield wall will seat twenty with food and beverage options.  The three suites may be combined into one 60-person suite for larger groups. 

Another new area for fans is the Home Plate Club, an all-inclusive picnic area directly behind the box seats in Sections 100, 101, and 102, to accommodate groups of 75 or more. This area will include a mixture of drink rail and high-top table seating with a 90-minute all-you-can-eat buffet that includes food and two beverages per person.


"Pendulum’s design collaboration with the Timber Rattlers on the successful 2013 renovation of Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium was transformational - it made a statement.  The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers under the leadership of Rob Zerjav have consistently proven themselves to be thought leaders in baseball operations, community advocacy, and family friendly entertainment,” said Pendulum’s lead architect and CEO, Jonathan O’Neil Cole.  “One of the things that makes the current phase of planned improvements so special is the fact that our organizations continue to grow together.  The latest round of amenities is a culmination of our experience in the marketplace, new ideas, proven successes, and innovative ways of creating unique and exciting experiences for attendees at games and events.  We sincerely believe visiting organizations, Timber Rattlers players, coaching staff, and fans will be blown away by how an already first-class facility will be taken to the next level.  The bar has just been raised for all comparable sports facilities across the nation.”

A major change for the players is that the home and visitor clubhouses will be switching sides for next season.  The visitors are moving to the current Timber Rattlers clubhouse and will be in the third base dugout starting in 2023.  The Rattlers will be in the first base dugout and the current visitor clubhouse will get an extreme makeover before the Timber Rattlers can call it their home.

“These impressive renovations will significantly enhance the facilities and serve as a tremendous asset to our players and staff as the next generation of Brewers make their way through the Fox Cities,” said Tom Flanagan, the Milwaukee Brewers Vice President, Minor League Operations.  “The Timber Rattlers have always provided a first-class operation and we couldn’t be prouder to be their partner.” 

The new home clubhouse will be twice the size of the existing home clubhouse and will feature a new circular locker room, two indoor batting cages, two player-focused areas for nutrition and relaxation, expanded offices for coaches and a dedicated female locker room, an expanded training area, and a large weightroom connected to an outdoor player agility field. 

“It is a true honor to have the opportunity to serve the Third Base Ventures team on this exciting project. Craig, Rob, Brad and the Timber Rattlers’ staff and team deliver great results,” said Ben Bruns, Executive Vice President & General Manager of BOLDT.  “This project will further build the Timber Rattlers position in the league and amplify their results for the Brewers. Pendulum’s design will create an even better game day environment for players and fans alike and we love to be part of it!”

Construction for the renovation has already begun and is scheduled to be concluded in time for the start of the 2023 season.  Parking at the stadium will be restricted to the West lot during the renovation project.


Drawings compliments of  Pendulum Studio/Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 

Luxemburg-Casco comeback falls short in Denmark on 96.7 WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans rallied but came up short Friday night in losing to the Denmark Vikings 35-30 in North Eastern Conference football action at Leiterman Field on 96.7 WBDK. 

The Spartans trailed by as many as 19 points in the second half and struggled to contain Denmark’s explosive special teams.

Viking running back Nolan Perry scored three touchdowns, including two 90-yard kickoff returns for scores to lead the Vikings.

Ryan Routhieaux had a huge game for L-C, scoring on a 70-yard punt return and returning a fumble 55 yards in the fourth quarter to cut Denmark's lead to five points.

Denmark opened the scoring on a 15-yard scamper by Reis Johnson with 5:55 left in the first quarter.  The Spartans tied it on a 40-yard pass from freshman quarterback Brayden Loritz to Braeden Schley before Perry returned the ensuing kickoff for one of his three scores.

George Herlache kicked a 26-yard field goal to cut the lead to 14-10 with 8:16 left in the half, but Denmark would score twice more before intermission to take a commanding 28-10 lead.

Routhieaux electrified the Spartan faithful with his 70-yard punt return to make it 28-16, only to see Perry take the kickoff back for his second TD return of the night with 9:34 left in the third quarter.

Spartan Chris VanderWielen scored on a seven-yard run with 7:22 left in the third quarter to cut the Viking lead to 35-23.

The Spartans had a few chances late but could not get the ball past midfield in the final minutes, as Denmark secured their homecoming win.

Denmark (3-2, 4-3) will now take on Freedom next week, while Luxemburg-Casco (2-3, 4-3 overall) will host Fox Valley Lutheran next Friday night.

 (photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 

Gibraltar outlasts Lena/STAA on 105.1 the GOAT

Gibraltar and Lena/St. Thomas combined for over 100 points and 900 yards, but the Vikings walked away with a 54-50 victory in Lena Friday night.


It was a tale of two quarters in the first half as the Titans outscored the Vikings 22-7 in the first quarter and even extended it to 30-7 in the opening moments of the second quarter a big reason why was Sam Marquardt who ran for two scores and threw another to Ethan Braley. Even when Braden Kita for Braden Sitte for a long 56-yard score for the Vikings, the Titans' Tyler Shallow answered the bell with a 48-yard scamper of his own. 


The Vikings would score the final four touchdowns of the half, sparked by a Kita touchdown pass to Sitte and a special teams miscue by the Titans. That miscue may go down as the play of the game as it turned the momentum in favor of the Vikings. Giuseppe Mercier followed the failed punt attempt with a touchdown on the ground from six yards out to make it a 30-20 game. 


Kita would cap off the half with a 45-yard touchdown run and a three-yard touchdown pass to Sitte in the final seconds to send the Vikings to a 33-30 halftime lead.


The Titans and the Vikings would exchange blows in the second half as the defenses played closer to what the rest of the conference has seen all season long. Mercier scored his second touchdown of the game for the Vikings on a 69-yard run. Marquardt was not going to go down quietly as he found a gap and scored on his own rushing play from 39 yards out. Marquardt would score two more times in the fourth quarter in between Kita-led touchdown drives for the Vikings. Kita opened the fourth quarter with a quarterback keeper for the score and capped off the game's scoring with a long 57-yard touchdown pass to Sitte.


Kita went 9-16 for 246 yards and four touchdowns for the Vikings while adding while rushing for another 104 yards and two scores. Marquardt was dynamic as well for the Titans, throwing one touchdown pass and running for another five while accumulating 288  total yards. Head coach Mike Peck said the player of the game might be the player that won't show up in the stat column. He credited Emmett Moroney's play at nose tackle for turning the tide of the game allowing the Vikings to make more plays in the running game while the team was down by multiple scores.


The Vikings return home for their homecoming matchup against Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran. The United lost to Algoma Friday night at Oneida Nation by a score of 42-24  margin. and 105.1 the GOAT will carry the game live beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening kick at 7 p.m.



In other Eight-Player football action around the peninsula, Algoma toppled Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran on the road 42-24 while Sevastopol officially christened their new stadium with a 20-18 nailbiting win over Suring.



Clippers fall to Storm, Lodl leaves game on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers' entry into a playoff spot will have to be delayed at least one week, as they fell to the Kewaunee Storm 55-14. 


Sturgeon Bay was scored on early and often in this one, as Owen Carlson opened up the scoring 3 minutes and 31 seconds into the game, as he took a rushing touchdown into the endzone. The Clippers would then fumble the ball which led to another Storm touchdown to make it 14-0. Another fumble on the next drive by Kaden Lettie led to a scoop and score by Kewaunee to make it 21-0. 


Another fumble, this time by Mason Sacotte with 3:56 left in the first quarter would make it a total of 3 turnovers just in the first quarter. The Clippers would get their first stand of the game on defense, but a pick six from Kewaunee would put the Storm up 28-0 at the end of the first. 


The points would not stop for the Storm as Mitchell Thompson ran it into the endzone twice to make it a 42-0 game. Thompson would then throw a back shoulder fade to Caleb Schaller to make it 48-0. 


The Clippers got on the board after that as Bryce Plzak beat his man deep down the field and was open for a touchdown. 


In the fourth quarter, Danny Lodl suffered a left ankle injury, and would not return to the game for the Clippers. 


Carlson put the game away to make it a 55-14 final after another touchdown from the Clippers. 


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will next be in action next Saturday as they take on the Mishicot Indians. 

Wolves, Spartans play to draw

Luxemburg-Casco and Algoma played to a 1-1 draw Friday night in non-conference soccer action.


In the 35th minute, Luxemburg-Casco's Johan Amador buried the feed from Asbel Vilchez-Ruiz to make it 1-0 in favor of the Spartans. The Wolves were able to break through in the 68th minute when Zack Kirchman scored the unassisted goal. 


Goalkeepers Quentin Massart (L-C) and Cole Younk (Algoma) each made two saves.


In other soccer action, Gibraltar/Sevastopol is expected to make-up its game against Ashwaubenon Saturday morning at 8:15 a.m.


Soccer round-up: Sturgeon Bay cruises, Algoma shakes up Packerland

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team did not need a full 80 minutes to beat Kewaunee on Thursday.


The Clippers hit the mercy rule against Kewaunee in the 63rd minute.


Algoma dealt the conference's biggest blow of the day, beating previously first-place Gibraltar/Sevastopol 3-0. The Wolves will see if they can beat another local opponent when they welcome Luxemburg-Casco for a 5 p.m. kick. 



Local runners destroy prior personal, season records

From Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay to Reedsville High School, local runners broke personal records left and right at their respective meets.


In Reedsville, the Kewaunee boys took 6th with 163 points and the Southern Door boys took seventh with 170 points at the Panther Invitational. It was the same thing on the girls side, but with Kewaunee scoring 171 points and Southern Door registering 214. Southern Door's Ben Grota and Kewaunee's Hannah Miller led the way for their respective teams.


In Pulaski, the Luxemburg-Casco girls took 9th with 226 points and the boys took seventh with 194 points at the Red Raider Invitational. Notre Dame won both divisions. Spencer Thiry was the top performer for the squads, coming in 9th place with a time of 16:43 at the Pulaski Polka Grounds.


Sevastopol's Bea Dramm ran a 21:46 and Gibraltar's Logan Mitterman ran a 18:17 at he 5K course to lead their respective squads at the Pioneer Invite hosted at Cherry Hills Golf Course. Sturgeon Bay also competed at the meet won by the Freedom girls and Two Rivers boys squads. 

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