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Wrestling round-up: Door County teams split Packerland duals on U 102.1

Door County teams split their combined six duals Thursday night while Luxemburg-Casco scored a big non-conference win.


After beating Oconto 44-36, the Southern Door wrestling team could not come up with the points they needed as they fell to Peshtigo in the de facto Packerland Conference dual 39-36. Nora LeFevre, Mason Motquin, Wyatt Wilke, Hayden Jeanquart, and Cody Nellis all picked up a pair of wins between the two duals at the multi-team event. 


The Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling team led off the night with a 42-27 victory against Kewaunee, where the team mostly traded forfeits along with wins by Zak Wrobel and Gabe Kuehn. The forfeits would loom large in their losses against Peshtigo and Oconto where there just was not enough points available to take down the Bulldogs or the Blue Devils.


In a battle of No. 2's, Division 2's Luxemburg-Casco toppled its counterpart in Division 3 Coleman 40-21 on the road. Starting at 106 pounds, the Spartans and Cougars split the first two match before Luxemburg-Casco captured the next matches. Two of the victories were pins, including defending state champion Max Ronsman picking up one of his first wins since returning from a horrific leg injury during the football season. The Cougars took three of the final five matches, but it was not enough to claim the victory on their home mat.


Girls basketball round-up: L-C loses, Packerland ends week with conference matchups

The area's Packerland Conference basketball teams will finish their school week with Friday night games against familiar opponents.


Beginning at 7:30 p.m., Sevastopol hosts Southern Door, Gibraltar visits NEW Lutheran, Sturgeon Bay heads to Peshtigo, and Algoma makes its way to Oconto.  Saturday will feature a 4:30 p.m. between Gibraltar and Sevastopol in Institute.


In Thursday night's action, Wrightstown cruised past Luxemburg-Casco 54-38.


DCU swim team holds own in conference meet

We’ll see both Two Rivers and Kiel again at the conference championship, which is going to be a dogfight. We keep ourselves mentally in the game, we should have a solid chance at marking our mark, even with a squad of nine.


Final scores:
1. Two Rivers- 119
2. DCU- 104
3. Kiel- 88

Notable swims and finishes:

  • 2nd (Race Kasten, Jack Monfils, Colton Blackley, Logan Filar) and 4th place (Tre Wienke, Branden Neubauer, Ezra Linnan, Eric Jimenez-Polster) finishes in the 200 medley relay with times of 1:50.22 and 2:05.67 respectively
  • 1st (Kasten, Blackley, Linnan, Monfils) and 4th (George Atwell, Wienke, Jimenez-Polster, Neubauer) place finishes in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:39.96 and 1:51.95, respectively
  • 3rd place finish in the 400 free relay (Kasten, Blackley, Atwell, Filar) with a time of 3:47.49
  • Atwell took 4th in the 200 free with a time of 2:12.59 (a season best) and Neubauer took 5th with a time of 2:13.95
  • Monfils placed 1st in the 200 IM with a time of 2:14.21 and Linnan took 4th with a time of 2:26.53 (a season-best by five seconds)
  • Blackley took 3rd in the 50 free with a time of 25.81 and Jimenez-Polster took 5th with a time of 29.99 (a season-best and finally breaking 30 seconds)
  • Filar took 1st in the 100 fly with a time of 1:03.37 and Linnan took 4th with a time of 1:08.88
  • Atwell took 4th in the 100 free with a time of 1:02.18, and Wienke took 5th with a time of 1:02.35
  • Filar took 3rd in the 500 with a time of 6:01.56 and Neubauer took 4th with a time of 6:14.65
  • Kasten took 1st in the 100 back with a time of 1:01.65, and Jimenez-Polster too 5th with a time of 1:22.53
  • Monfils placed 2nd in the 100 breast with a time of 1:06.46 and Wienke took 4th with a 1:19.02

It’s just one meet on one night, and I’m confident we’ll show up Saturday feeling better and ready to put down some fast times.

Boys basketball round-up: Spartans boys take on Wrightstown in lone boys action

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans boys basketball team will be hitting the road Friday night as they take on the Wrightstown Tigers in Wrightstown. Tip from Wrightstown is set for 7:00 P.M. as the Spartans look to get a game away from .500 in the Northeastern Conference.


In Thursday night action, Kewaunee cruised past Gibraltar 63-40 and Algoma beat Sturgeon Bay 53-45.

Phoenix women defend home court, men lose on road

It was another mixed bag for the Green Bay Phoenix basketball programs Thursday night in the wake of the firing of men's basketball coach Will Ryan.


Athletic Director Josh Moon has spent the last few days explaining his decision to fire Ryan with just over a month remaining in the season, citing a need to change the culture. The Phoenix women provided a welcomed distraction from the discussion locally as they beat in-state rival Milwaukee 58-40. They outscored the Panthers in the final three quarters, pulling away for good in the fourth as the Phoenix outscored their visitors 18-6 in the fourth frame. Bailey Butler led the Phoenix with 15 points, six assists, five rebounds, and four steals. Jenna Guyer added 12 points off the bench, while Callie Genke chipped in with 10 points and two steals. The Phoenix are back in action on January 30th against IUPUI.


The Phoenix men did not find a different result on the road in their first game since the firing, losing to Northern Kentucky 68-50. Trailing by just five at the break, the Phoenix once again saw a deficit explode in the second half as they were outscored 37-24 in the second half. That was after the Phoenix rallied to make it 31-27 at the break after being down 23-10 12 minutes into the game. Cade Meyer led the Phoenix with 16 points and eight rebounds. Clarence Cummings III added 13 points and six rebounds. The road trip continues on Saturday at Wright State.

L-C wrestlers take clash with Coleman

In a battle of No. 2's, Division 2's Luxemburg-Casco toppled its counterpart in Division 3 Coleman 40-21 on the road.


Starting at 106 pounds, the Spartans and Cougars split the first two match before Luxemburg-Casco captured the next matches. Two of the victories were pins, including defending state champion Max Ronsman picking up one of his first wins since returning from a horrific leg injury during the football season. The Cougars took three of the final five matches, but it was not enough to claim the victory on their home mat.


Picture by Dan Rueckl


Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) over Parker Owens (Coleman) (MD 16-3)





Conner Markiewicz (Coleman) over Michael Bostwick (Luxemburg-Casco) (Dec 11-4)





Reese Barbiaux (Luxemburg-Casco) over John Nowak (Coleman) (Dec 6-5)





Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) over Chase Gruber (Coleman) (Dec 5-4)





Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) over Raymond Lemieux (Coleman) (Dec 6-2)





Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) over Tommy Rohde (Coleman) (Fall 1:22)





Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) over Brady Gross (Coleman) (Dec 6-3)





Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) over Cameron Kimmell (Coleman) (Fall 1:43)





Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) over William Bieber (Coleman) (Dec 3-1)





Micah Kuchta (Coleman) over Sam Schutz (Luxemburg-Casco) (Fall 0:23)





Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) over Peter Kuchta (Coleman) (Fall 5:04)





Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) over West Bieber (Coleman) (Dec 6-3)





Devin Otto (Coleman) over Caleb Salentine (Luxemburg-Casco) (Fall 5:36)





Kain Otto (Coleman) over Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) (Fall 1:09)



Team Score:



DCU swims in conference meet Thursday

The Door County United Swim Team will compete against two of its conference foes on Thursday in a triple-dual meet in Two Rivers.


DCU will meet the host school and Kiel when the first events begin at 6 p.m. Before their meet was canceled last week at Plymouth, DCU was coming off a sixth place finish at the Red Wing Invite. Notable swims included:


-2nd place (Race Kasten, Jack Monfils, Colton Blackley, Logan Filar) and 10th places (Tre Wienke, Branden Neubauer, Ezra Linnan, George Atwell) in the 200 medley relay with times of 1:48.18 and 2:01.54 respectively
-7th place (Blackley, Neubauer, Wienke, Monfils) in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:42.45
-6th place finish in the 400 free relay (Kasten, Linnan, Atwell, Filar) with a time of 3:41.58 (a season best time in the 400 relay)

Spartans girls set for matchup with Wrightstown

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans girls basketball team will face off against the Wrightstown Tigers Thursday night. 


The Spartans will enter this matchup with a 7-9 overall record, and are 5-6 in the North Eastern Conference. Luxemburg Casco has lost three straight NEC matchups, and will look to avoid a four game drought. Brianna Brey will look to lead the Spartans Thursday night, as she averages 7.8 points per game. 


Wrightstown sits just above the Spartans in the NEC standings at 8-4 and won their most recent conference matchup against Little Chute. The Tigers won the first matchup between these two teams by a score of 64-54. Danielle Bruecker was the leading scorer on the floor on December 9th when the two teams played, as she poured in 18 points. 


Tipoff from Wrightstown will be at 7:00 P.M. 

Clippers Ski Team compete in Bayfield County

When you wake up in Washburn, Wisconsin, and Conway Twitty is playing on the radio, that's your first indication that it's going to be a great day of skiing and snowboarding.  This past Tuesday, the Clipper Ski and Snowboard Team rode that wave of Classic Country excitement to a fantastic showing at their second Northern Conference event of the season at Mt. Ashwabay in Bayfield County.  


Junior Tristan Brilla returned to his first action of the season this year, finishing second amongst all snowboarders and picking up where he left off last year as a State qualifier.  Brilla competed in the Boardercross, Slalom, and Giant Slalom and posted solid second-place times in all three events.  


In the skiing events, Junior Captain Tori Alger once again led the Lady Clippers, this time to a 4th place team finish ahead of their Northern Conference rivals, the Rhinelander Lady Hodags.  Alger placed 14th overall in the meet, and every girl on the team improved from the first meet at Snowriver.  Freshmen Jordis Brilla and June VanLieshout improved their times by 21% and 17%, respectively.  Junior Julia Gregory and Senior Lilly Cihlar also posted improved times, and Junior Maddie Propsom competed well in her first racing event of the season.  


Junior Ben Stephens posted the best Clipper times on the boys' side in his first racing action of the season, finishing 21st overall in the meet.  Junior Captain Xavier Jandrin and Freshman Levi Ullman also posted improved times over their first meet two weeks ago, but the highlight of the meet for the Clipper boys was hearing the PA announcer pronounce Jandrin's name as "HA-vee-air Jzahn-DREEN," which definitely sounds like an Argentine downhiller.  We will all tell our grandkids someday that we skied with the great HA-vee-air Jzahn-DREEN.


The Clippers compete closer to home next week in the third conference event, which will be held at Granite Peak in Wausau on Thursday, February 2nd.


Take 2: Packerland wrestling title on the line on U 102.1

The Packerland Conference crown for wrestling is on the line Thursday night as Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol hosts county rival Southern Door, Peshtigo, Kewaunee, and Oconto for a quadrangular meet.


The original edition of this multi-team dual was supposed to take place last week at Southern Door sans Kewaunee before Mother Nature canceled those plans. Heading into Thursday's action, Oconto and Southern Door have each already beaten Kewaunee this season, while Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol and Peshtigo have yet to wrestle in a conference dual.


In the week since, Kewaunee's 195 pound wrestler Mitchell Thompson won the Herb Tyler Invite in Sheboygan. Thompson pinned his way to the finals before beating Two Rivers' Chase Matthias with a decision. Four other Storm wrestlers placed in the Top Seven. Four Southern Door Eagles wrestlers reached the podium at Saturday's Herb Tyler Invitational. It was pin or be pinned for 113-pound Lukas Kallin, who went 2-1 on the day to take third as the top finishing Eagle on the day. Hayden Jeanquart took fourth at 160 pounds to continue his strong season. The Clippineers last competed two weekends ago as they took 11th out of the 18 teams at the Cutler Classic despite battling low numbers, injuries, and sickness. All of its wrestlers placed, but Spencer Madsen was the top finisher for the team as he hit the podium in third place at 126 pounds at the Cutler Classic. 


Tim Kowols and Lucas Stephenson will have the call on U 102.1 beginning at 4:30 p.m. with the pre-dual show before wrestling begins at 5 p.m. You will find the schedule of those matches below. 



Round 1:     Oconto vs Peshtigo                SBS vs Kewaunee

Round 2:     Oconto vs SD                         SBS vs Peshtigo

Round 3:     Oconto vs SBS                       SD  vs Peshtigo


In other local wrestling action, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Coleman to take on its fellow state superpower at 6:30 p.m.

Boys Basketball Roundup: Kewaunee and Southern Door claim double-digit wins

Local high school boys' basketball teams were busy on the hardwoods Tuesday night as the second half of the season heats up in Packerland Conference action.


In Algoma, the Kewaunee defeated their county-rival, as the Storm defeated the Wolves 68-52.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers lost at home to the NEW Lutheran Blazers 84-72.


The Southern Door Eagles outscored the Oconto Blue Devils 86-73 in Brussels.


In Institute, the Peshtigo Bulldogs were too much for Sevastopol as the Bulldogs rolled to a 85-46 win.


In the Northeastern Conference, the Luxemburg-Casco dropped their game to the Clintonville Truckers 55-42 at home.


Bucks set to host Jokic and Nuggets

The last four years of MVPs will face off as two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and back to back MVP Nikola Jokic will go to battle when Milwaukee hosts the Denver Nuggets. 


Milwaukee is fresh off of the second highest scoring output in the league this season, beating the Detroit Pistons 150-130. The Bucks were officially healthy for the first time this season, with the only player listed on the injury report being Serge Ibaka, who was listed out for personal reasons, and appears to be headed elsewhere soon according to Shams Charania. Khris Middleton returned for the first time since December 15th, and scored 8 points in 15 limited minutes. 


Nikola Jokic could very well be on his way to his third consecutive Most Valuable Player award, as he is nearly averaging a triple double with 25 points, 11 rebounds, and 9.9 assists per game. The Nuggets sit in first of the Western Conference so far this season at 33-14, with a two game lead over the Memphis Grizzlies. This will be the first matchup between the Bucks and the Nuggets this season, with the second set for March 25th. 


Tipoff from the Fiserv Forum is set for 7:00 P.M. 

Striver Gymnasts Tumbling to the Top

The Door County YMCA Striver Gymnastic Team continues to “tumble to the top!” The Striver Team competed in the “Tundra Invitational” this past weekend at the Green Bay YMCA. The Striver Team returned home with two Team Trophies and 33 individual event medals.

The Striver’s Excel Silver Team attended the competition one gymnast short of their full squad. The Silver team placed 3rd out of six teams. The Silver Team has 6 members, five of them are in their first year of competition.

Medaling for the group were Ellie Kelsey in the 9 and under group. Ellie placed 1st on vault, floor, beam, and all around. Teammate Delaney Allen, 9 and under placed 1st on bars. Keira Clark in the 10–11-year-old group placed 1st on bars and 4th in the all-around. Evelynn Kelsey placed 2nd on vault and 4th on bars. Lauren Gaida, in the 12 and older group, grabbed gold on vault, silver in the all-around and bars. Lauren captured bronze on floor.

The Excel Platinum Team returned home with a 1st place team finish. Amelia Zoschke in the 12 and under group earned Gold in the All-around, floor, and vault. Amelia returned home with silver on beam and bars. Alexa Jimenez-Seyfer grabbed gold on bars and silver vault, beam and the all-around. Anna Gallardo-Ibarra in the 14 and over group won beam.

The Striver Level 6 Team competed tumbled to a 3rd place Team finish out of 10 Teams. In the 13 and under age group, Sophia Sternard grabbed gold on floor, silver in the all-around and bronze on vault. Teammate Amira Anschutz earned silver on bars and bronze in the all-around. Shylee Asher placed 4th on bars and 6th in the all-around. Portia Hah placed 5th on bars, 6th on vault and 7th in the all-around.

The Striver Girls have tumbled to numerous victories already this season. The girls will continue tumbling and compete in the State Meet in March in Marinette, WI.  The girls will compete in the YMCA Gymnastic Nationals this June in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The Striver Girls are coached by Nikki Pollman, Gerritt DeJonge and Heather Haese.




Report: Green Bay fires Ryan as head coach

The Green Bay Phoenix have reportedly cut the wings of its young head coach, firing Will Ryan on Tuesday.


Stadium Sports reporter Jeff Goodman was the first to report the news, which as of 1:15 p.m., has not been made official by the university or its athletic department. 


The son of former Wisconsin coaching legend Bo Ryan entered the role in dire straits, replacing a successful coach during the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic. After going 8-17 his first year, Ryan has won only seven games since, posting a 2-19 mark this season. 

Boys' basketball preview: Southern Door looks to continue its roll

A battle between two top-flight teams in the Packerland Conference highlights Tuesday's slate of high school boys' basketball.


At 7 p.m., Luxemburg-Casco will try to avenge the girls' program's loss to Clintonville.


At 7:30 p.m., Southern Door plays at home to face Oconto, Sturgeon Bay welcomes NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol stays in Institute to play Peshtigo, and Kewaunee travels south to battle Algoma. 

Wrestling preview: Busy week of multi-team duals begins Tuesday

Local teams will get plenty of mat time this week, with two local teams scheduled for quadrangular meets on Tuesday.


At 5 p.m., Southern Door is scheduled for a quadrangular featuring host Laona-Wabeno, Lakeland Union, and Phillips.


At 6 p.m., Kewaunee will set up the mats for a quadrangular meet against Freedom, Kiel, and Lena.


This is all ahead of Thursday's five-team dual meet that will feature six matches across two mats. The NEW Radio Sports Network and U 102.1 will broadcast the matches beginning at 4:30 p.m. with the pre-dual show followed by the first matches at 5 p.m. The schedule for that meet is below.



Round 1:     Oconto vs Peshtigo                SBS vs Kewaunee

Round 2:     Oconto vs SD                         SBS vs Peshtigo

Round 3:     Oconto vs SBS                       SD  vs Peshtigo

Bucks pound Pistons

The Milwaukee Bucks exploded for nearly 50 points in the opening period en route to a 150-130 win over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night.


The Bucks hit 12 of their first 13 shots from the field and erupted with a 28-8 run to open the game, giving them a 20 point margin they would not let disappear. The Pistons played like a team still recovering from their matchup in Paris against the Chicago Bulls, which also resulted in a double-figure loss. 


Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 29 points and 12 rebounds while Brook Lopez added 18 points. Jrue Holiday, Jevon Carter, and Bobby Portis also reached double figures in the Bucks victory. Bojan Bogdanovi? led the Pistons with 33 points. 

Girls' basketball round-up: Lady Spartans rolled over by Truckers on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls fell to the Clintonville Truckers in a North Eastern Conference matchup Monday evening 65-52.  The Spartans fell behind early 16-8, but rallied to take a 32-27 lead into halftime.


Clintonville came out of intermission on fire, as the Truckers went on a 19-1 run in the first nine minutes of the second half to take a 46-33 lead.


Luxemburg-Casco could not get any closer than eight points the rest of the way, as the Truckers were able to hit free throws to seal the victory. 


The Spartans were led by Gabby Wech with 11 points and Alana Mrotek with ten points.  Lauren Zwirschitz lead Clintonville with 22 points, as four Truckers scored in double figures.   



Luxemburg-Casco (5-6, 7-9 overall) will now travel to Wrightstown to take on the Tigers Thursday night.


The next broadcast will be on Tuesday, January 31 as the Lady Spartans host the Denmark Vikings.  The pregame on 104.1 WRLU begins at 6:45 p.m. with tip-off scheduled for 7 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call. 


In other girls' basketball action, Kewaunee rode a hot hand in the second half to beat Gibraltar 56-34, Algoma could not recover from an early deficit en route to a 59-54 loss to NEW Lutheran, Southern Door was nipped at home by Peshtigo 40-39, and Sturgeon Bay was handled by Oconto 88-31. 


As for Tuesday's action, Kewaunee gets back to work to play West De Pere on the road at 7 p.m.


(photo by Ron LeCloux) 

Phoenix women salvage weekend against Robert Morris

The Green Bay Phoenix women provided the only victory for the institution across four games on Sunday, handling Robert Morris 71-54.


The Phoenix trailed by one after the first quarter but took control from there, including a 16-7 spurt in the fourth quarter. Sydney Levy scored a season-high 21 points to help lead the Phoenix to the win after Friday's heartbreaker against Youngstown State.  Bailey Butler added 16 points and contributed five assists, while Callie Genke scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the Phoenix victory. Phoenix Gedeon led the Colonials with 13 points.


The Phoenix will go for revenge on Thursday when they welcome Milwaukee to the Kress Center for a 7 p.m. tip.

Girls basketball preview: Lady Spartans host Clintonville on 104.1 WRLU Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls will take on the Clintonville Truckers in a North Eastern Conference matchup Monday evening.


The Spartans (5-5, 7-8 overall) are coming off a 47-40 loss to the Marinette Marines last Tuesday in Luxemburg.  Clintonville (2-8, 3-13 overall) were beaten by the Freedom Irish 65-28 on the road.  The Truckers are led by Natalie Sunita, averaging 10.4 points per game and 7.4 rebounds. 


Freshman Brianna Bray is the leading scorer for the Spartans, coming off the bench and averaging 7.9 points per game.  Maggie Hanmann and Sammy Treml score at a 7.2 and 6.3 clip, respectively. 


The pregame on 104.1 WRLU is set for 6:45 pm and tip-off at 7 pm from Luxemburg.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.


Other games scheduled for Monday include Algoma hosting NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee traveling to Kewaunee, Southern Door welcoming Peshtigo, and Sturgeon Bay playing at home against Oconto. All Packerland Conference games tip-off at 7:30 p.m.


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Gamblers split weekend series against the Rough Riders

Home cooking failed both teams this weekend as the Green Bay Gamblers and Cedar Rapids Rough Riders scored road victories against each other.


In Friday's 6-2 loss to the Rough Riders, Raimonds Vitolins scored his 10th goal of the season in the third period after the Gamblers had fallen behind 5-0. Nicholas Vantassell scored his 11th about 90 second later, but the Rough Riders made it 6-2 over a minute later thanks to Martin Lavins. 


In Saturday's 3-2 shootout victory, Raimonds Vitolins tied the game three minutes into the third period to force overtime, ending without a tally registered. The Gamblers would win in the shootout, with Vitolins and Artyom Levshunov scoring in their opportunities.

Badgers play postponed game against Northwestern on Monday

It is better late than never for the Wisconsin Badgers when they play the Northwestern Wildcats Monday evening.


The game was originally supposed to be played on Saturday, but the Wildcats were forced to postpone two games, including their contest against the Badgers, due to COVID-19 issues within the program. Both teams will have to cram in three games this week with the Badgers playing at Maryland on Wednesday and at home against Illinois Saturday.


The Badgers broke up a three-game losing streak last Tuesday against Penn State with a 63-60 victory. The team is trying to find its way without Tyler Wahl at full-strength. Steven Crowl led the Badgers with 21 points in the victory.


The Wildcats dropped two games before their pair of postponements, but they rattled the Big Ten with upset victories on the road at Indiana and at home against Illinois.


The Badgers and Wildcats will tip-off at 5:30 p.m.



Packerland wrestlers have success at Herb Tyler

Kewaunee and Southern Door's wrestling team posted some strong individual performances at Saturday's Herb Tyler Invitational.


Another weekend, another title for Kewaunee's 195-pound wrestler Mitchell Thompson, this time at the Herb Tyler Invite in Sheboygan. Thompson pinned his way to the finals before beating Two Rivers' Chase Matthias with a decision. Four other Storm wrestlers placed in the Top Seven.


Four Southern Door Eagles wrestlers reached the podium at Saturday's Herb Tyler Invitational. It was pin or be pinned for 113-pound Lukas Kallin, who went 2-1 on the day to take third as the top finishing Eagle on the day. Hayden Jeanquart took fourth at 160 pounds to continue his strong season.



Girls basketball round-up: Sevastopol sweeps weekend

Packerland Conference girls' basketball teams spent their weekend traveling with varying degrees of success.


The Sevastopol Pioneers girls' basketball team made the most of their three-hour-plus road trip over the last two days, picking up wins against Owen-Withee and Mellen on consecutive days. 


Gibraltar lost their matchup to Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 74-42.


Southern Door more than doubled up Oconto Falls 44-21.

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