Kewaunee football prepares for life on the road this spring

The Kewaunee football team is preparing for its football season knowing full well it will not play in front of its home fans this season.


After having its fall season derailed because of COVID-19, the athletics department was forced to move all of its fall sports to the alternative spring season, which will begin practices in earnest next week. The desire to preserve its field also forced athletic director Brian Rabas to schedule all road games at fields with turf surfaces. An April 9th game against Notre Dame Academy is the only game within an hour's drive and the majority of contests are pushing two-hour road trips. Head coach Randy Charles says this unique season is all about giving the kids a chance.

The Storm will open the season against Black River Falls in their first of two games at Amherst High School on March 27th. The rest of the schedule and our interview with head coach Randy Charles can be found at



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