Sports Archives for 2017-04

Packers Close Draft On The Offensive After Drafting Wisconsin Linebackers

By Tim Kowols

After making Wisconsin native and former Badger Vince Beigel's dream true with the fourth round selection of the outside linebacker, the Green Bay Packers' focus turned to the offense on the final day of the NFL Draft. The Packers added to its stable of running backs with Jamaal Williams from BYU (4th Rd., #134), Aaron Jones from UTEP (5th Rd., #182), and Devante Mays from Utah State (7th Round, #238). In addition to drafting offensive lineman Kofi Amichia from South Florida in the 6th round, the Packers also drafted a pair of wide receivers in DeAngelo Yancey from Purdue (5th Rd., #175) and Malachi Dupre from LSU (7th Rd., #247). The Packers will continue to fill out their roster with undrafted free agents in the coming days.


Braves Slug Past Brewers 11-3

By Tim Kowols

Outfielder Matt Kemp took pitchers yard three times as the Atlanta Braves cruised to an 11-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers 11-3.


After the Brewers took an early 1-0 lead on bases load walk of Domingo Santana, the Braves scored five runs unanswered, capped off by Kemp's first homer of the evening. Kemp would homer again in the 7th and 8th innings, giving him five RBIs on three hits. Jimmy Nelson took the loss for the Brewers, giving up five earned runs on 11 hits in five innings of work.


The Brewers will try to salvage the final game of the series this afternoon against the Braves, with Matt Garza facing Matt Foltynewicz. First pitch is 1:10 p.m.



Kewaunee Softball Falls To Denmark 6-3

By Tim Kowols

As a part of the Denmark Invite, the Kewaunee Storm fell to the host Vikings 6-3 on Saturday. The Storm could not hold down Jayden Laurent, who slugged a home run and garnered two RBI's en route to a three hit day. Ellie Olsen registered a pair of hits.

Baseball Roundup, Sturgeon Bay Wins, Southern Door Sweeps Twinbill

By Tim Kowols

Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door combine for three wins on Saturday to cap off a rain-soaked week.


In Sturgeon Bay, a six run spurt in the first inning pushed the Clippers to a 9-4 victory over visiting Peshtigo.  Jake Moeller led the way with a home run with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jaeger Brusky collected three hits, registering two RBIs of his own. Jake Schneider slammed the door with four scoreless innings of relief, giving Trent Ehlers the victory.


In Shiocton, the Southern Door Eagles scored two blow-out victories in a 7-1 decision over Winneconne and 10-4 win over Shiocton. In the opener, Nick LeCaptain collected two hits while brother Derik pitched seven innings of 1-run baseball. Against Shiocton, the LeCaptain boys registered another strong performance with Nick hitting and scoring four times while Derik registered two hits. Adam Gustschow collected three hits of his own.

Clippers Shutout Wolves Twice And Sevastopol Falls To Oconto In Baseball

By Paul Schmitt

Sturgeon Bay won a doubleheader against  Algoma with back-to-back shutouts  7-0 and 8-0 in Packerland Conference Baseball Friday.  Jared VanBramer went the distance for the Clippers with six strikeouts in the opener.  Trent Ehlers had two RBI's to lead the way for Sturgeon Bay.  In the nightcap,  Jeremy Alberts went five strong innings to pick up the win and Ryan Jacobsen had 2 RBI's to lead the Clippers.

In other games, Sevastopol was shutout by Oconto 5-0.  The Pioneers were no-hit and committed four errors on defense, allowing only one earned run.


Packers Select Montravius Adams With Third Round Draft Pick

By Nick Freimuth

The Green Bay Packers added their third and final draft pick of night two of the NFL Draft by selecting nose tackle Montravius Adams from University of Auburn with the 93rd overall selection. Packers outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott announced the pick from the NFL Draft in Philadelphia.


Adams was a second team all-American with 44 tackles and 4.5 sacks in 2016. He started every game the last two years. The Auburn senior is from Vienna, Georgia.


The Packers will be equipped with six picks on the third and final day of the 2017 NFL Draft. Green Bay has two picks in the fourth and fifth rounds and one in the sixth and seventh rounds.


Packers General Manager Ted Thompson took questions from local media and talked about his draft philosophies and much more.


On the newest additions to the Green Bay Packers:

"Speed, size athletic ability. We feel like all three have that ability. I think we are always trying to get faster. Football is about explosiveness, speed and athletic ability. This is not our grandfathers football that we're playing these days."


On Montravius Adams:
"He's got the versatility to move around )on the defensive line). I want to say he ran a :04.8 (in the 40 yard dash)."


On moving back in the draft:
"There's always that risk that the player you're targeting could be gone by the time it gets back to you."


On His pension for drafting for defense early:

"We're trying to get better and we think we have a better chance to get better with these three guys."


Montravius Adams also took questions from local media. He was excited to be a Packers draft pick.


On becoming a father tonight:

"It is just a lot of blessings. Just meeting my son and then the Packers calling me. I'm just thankful for the blessing."

Packers Draft Josh Jones With Second Pick

By Nick Freimuth

The Packers stayed on the defensive with their second selection of the second round of the NFL Draft Friday night. With the 61st overall pick Josh Jones out of North Carolina State University will help bolster a defensive secondary that was torched in the NFC Championship by Julio Jones and the Atlanta Falcons. It marks the second time in three years that Green Bay addressed their defensive backfield with their first two picks. It now is just a matter of time to see which class will outshine the other.


Jones has good size at 6'1" and 215 pounds. As a red shirt junior he was named honorable mention in the ACC. He ranked ninth in tackles and 11th in passes defensed in the conference. Many scouting reports immediately mentioned Jones' versatility. He was also durable as he started all 13 games for the Wolf Pack in 2016. His :04.4 time in the 40-yard dash proves he is fast enough to play in the NFL.


Green Bay Packers Director of College Scouting Brian Gutenkust addressed the media after the pick. He said, "He (Jones) is really versatile, has shown great speed and we are excited." Gutenkust said the team's  plan was to get bigger and faster in the secondary and this pick addressed that need.


"We don't put a lot of expectations on them (rookies) to come  in and play right away but we have high expectations." Gutenkust said his coverage ability and tackling prowess impressed him on the tape.


The Packers Director of College Scouting could not stop bragging about Josh Jones' versatility. It seems that this pick addresses the void Micah Hyde left in the Packers secondary. Hyde was kind of a jack of all trades and Jones could turn into the same kind of NFL player.


Josh Jones answered questions from local media and responded to a number of questions:


On what it was like to hear his name called:
"Oh My! I just dropped to my knees and thanked the Lord!"


On what's next:
"I promise my best football is ahead of me." "I want to get coached up and learn from Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. He is a proven player. I respect his game a whole lot. I am excited to be able to play with a guy like that."

Packers Draft Defensive Back Kevin King

By Nick Freimuth

The Green Bay Packers made their first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft at 6:18 PM Friday night and it was a pick that fit Ted Thompson's method of operations. After trading their first round pick Thursday night at number 29, the Green Bay Packers had the first pick in the second round with the 33rd overall selection.


A defensive back out of the University of Washington Kevin King was the first player added this year t the Packers roster. The 6'3" defensive back weighs in at 192 pounds and will likely be expected to make an immediate impact for the Packers in 2017. King boasts a :04.43 - 40 yard dash time that should allow him to play 'press' or 'bump and run' coverage and recover if a wide receiver gets a good release at the line of scrimmage.


Many scouting  reports commented on  Kevin King's character. The term "Packers People" is something that is seemingly taken very serious inside 1265 Lombardi Avenue.


Packers Director of Football Operations Elliot Wolf addressed the media following the pick and said, "Kevin was the guy we didn't want to lose." He added, "We love his versatility. He was a starting safety his sophomore season and played a lot in the slot his junior year."


It marks the return to the Pac 12 for the Packers for Green Bay's first defensive draft pick. Kenny Clark, Damarious Randall, Datone Jones, Nick Perry and now King mean five out of the last six of Green Bay first picks were selected from the Pac 12.


Elliot Wolf smiled throughout his press conference inside Lambeau Field. "I think we got the tallest corner in the draft and he's really fast. We are excited about this pick. I think he has the number one short shuttle and number one three-cone drill (times)."


Best player available and drafting for a position of need seemingly occurred with the Packers first pick of the draft. Kevin King will hopefully be an impact player for years to come for the green and gold


King talked with local media via conference call and had some interesting comments:


On whether  he feels any extra pressure knowing the Packers have a major need at his position:

"No, Wherever I was going to be drafted I know I was going to come in and compete. I'm ready to come in and compete."


On which current Green Bay Packers player he is most excited to meet:

"Aaron Rodgers he is a future Hall of Famer and a true pro. I'm really excited to meet him and all the guys on the team."


On how he came up:

"It wasn't too bad. I was blessed to have a two-parent home. My parents did a good job trying to keep me away from all the BS that happens in a big city. I have two brothers and one sister and we are very close. I think I am on course for what I do (because of them)."


Bucks Season Ends After Game Six With Raptors

By Nick Freimuth

With 3.5 seconds left on the clock and Milwaukee trailing by three points NBA All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo dunked the basketball. Trailing by one, the Bucks fouled, Toronto sunk both free throws, and then turned the ball over on the inbound. Toronto eliminated Milwaukee 92-89 in game six of the Eastern Conference Playoffs.


Antetokounmpo scored 34 points, his career playoff high, and snared nine rebounds. Khris Middleton tallied 19 points and Matthew Dellavedova added 12 in the loss.

Packers Trade First Round Pick To The Browns

By Nick Freimuth

Packers General Manager Ted Thompson has long been known as a wheeler and a dealer and he lived up to that again last night. Green Bay's first round draft pick was traded to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for two picks. Thompson elected to send the Brows the 29th overall selection for the 33rd and 108th picks.


It marked the third pick in the first round of the night for Cleveland. It was the third time in Packers history they did not have a pick in the first time (1975, 1986, 2008).


Wisconsin linebacker T.J. Watt was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 30th overall pick. Many Packers fans hoped Green Bay would pick him at #29. Watt and his older brother J.J. became the eighth pair of brothers since 1990 to be selected in the first round of their respective NFL Drafts.

Weather Leads To Lots Of Spring Sport Postponements For Thursday Afternoon

By Nick Freimuth

Sevastopol has seen a big change in their spring sports scheduling due to rain Thursday. Green Bay West had to cancel tomorrow;s non-conference softball game due to conference games that needed to be rescheduled due to weather. So, Sevastopol has rescheduled today's softball and baseball games against Oconto until tomorrow, Friday April 28th.


The Varsity baseball and softball games between Sturgeon Bay and Algoma have been postponed today. Sturgeon Bay baseball has been rescheduled for Friday, April 28th at Sturgeon Bay starting at 4:30 and will remain a doubleheader. Sturgeon Bay Vs. Algoma softball has yet to be rescheduled.


NFL Draft Begins Tonight

By Green Bay Packers

Armed with seven of their own selections – plus one compensatory pick – the Packers will have plenty of opportunities to add more talent and depth to their roster. All picks are eligible to be traded.


Green Bay enters the draft with a pick in every round, including two selections in the fifth round. u The event will begin in prime time on Thursday night, with Round 1 on April 27 beginning at 7 p.m. CT. u Rounds 2-3 also will be held in prime time, beginning on Friday, April 28, at 6 p.m. CT. Rounds 4-7 will complete the draft on Saturday, April 29, starting at 11 a.m. CT.


Teams will have 10 minutes in between selections in the first round and seven minutes between each choice for Round 2. Rounds 3-6, including compensatory picks, will allow up to five minutes in between picks and Round 7, including compensatory picks, will allow four minutes. A look at where Green Bay currently stands in the draft order:


Round - Round # - Overall #

1 - 29 - 29

2 - 29 - 61

3 - 29 - 93

4 - 28 - 134

5 - 29 - 172

5 - 39 - 182 (comp.)

6 - 29 - 212

7 - 29 - 247

Middle & High School WIAA Athletes Now Provided Concussion Insurance


At Wednesday's WIAA annual meeting, a special presentation was made by Bob Andrews and Michael Saxby, who are survivors of sudden cardiac arrest experienced during interscholastic competitions within the last year. They addressed the importance of having assessible AEDs in schools.


James Maxwell of Dissinger Reed, LLC also addressed the membership with a presentation on the HeadStrong Concussion Insurance program, which will provide concussion insurance to all student-athletes in member junior and senior high schools beginning Aug. 1, 2017.


A total of 475 representatives from 407 schools attended the 2017 Annual Meeting. The WIAA oversees interscholastic athletic programs for 511 senior high schools and 38 junior high/middle level schools in its membership. It sponsors 27 championship tournament series. For more information, please contact the WIAA office at (715) 344-8580.

Packers Sign Former Pro Bowl Guard

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers have signed guard Jahri Evans. Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations, announced the signing Wednesday.


(Jah-REE) Evans, a 6-foot-4, 318-pound 12th-year player out of Bloomsburg (Pa.) University, was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round (108th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft. He has been voted to six Pro Bowls, named to The Associated Press All-Pro team four times and selected to the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-NFL team three times. In 11 seasons with the Saints, he started all 169 games he played in during the regular season and all 10 postseason contests he appeared in. Evans 169 games played since 2006 are the most by an active NFL offensive lineman over that span. He has started 16 regular-season games nine times in his career, including last season. Evans will wear No. 73 for the Packers.

Brewers Sweep Reds

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Brewers finished off a three-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds Wednesday afternoon with a 9-4 win. Jett Bandy led the hit parade with three as the team compiled  14 against Reds pitching. Orlando Arcia smashed his second home run of the season as the Brewers climbed back above .500 on the season.


Wily Peralta pitched five innings and allowed four earned runs. He struck out seven and walked just two. The win lifted the Brewers into second place in the National League Central Division. They are just a  game back of the Cubs.


Milwaukee has the night off tonight to cheer for the Bucks. The Brewers will play Atlanta Thursday at 7:10 PM.

Special Guests To Announce Packers Draft Picks

By Green Bay Packers

The NFL will honor outstanding members of the community throughout the three-day celebration at the 2017 NFL Draft. Special guests will take part in the excitement of the Draft by announcing various picks and participating in festivities in Philadelphia.


The NFL will recognize active duty service members, veterans and their families at Draft events throughout the week. On Thursday evening, a joint color guard will be joined onstage with veterans from Wounded Warrior Project during the National Anthem to open the Draft.


NFL Greats will help their teams announce all Round 2 selections. The Packers will have "Glory Years" runningback Jim Taylor announce their second round selection.


In Round 3, Packers 2016 NFL Man of the Year Award winner Jayrone Elliott will make the selection.

Brewers Aiming For Series Sweep Over Reds Today

By Nick Freimuth

Eric Thames hit his 11th home run of the season to help lift the Brewers to a 9-1 win over the Reds Tuesday. The Major League leading Thames was quoted after the game after a drug test that, "I'll be here every day. I have a lot of blood and urine." Thames has heard the steroid question or allegation a few times already this season and he seemingly has no worries after his comment last night.


Jonathan Villarhad a big night in the lead off spot. He tallied four RBI. Herman Perez added thee more RBI including his third home run of the season. Zach Davies pitched five innings of shutout baseball to earn his second win of the season (2-2).Tommy Milone earned the save for his three inning outing out of the bullpen.


The third and final game of the series with Cincinnati will start at 12:40 PM today.

Luxemburg-Casco Softball Excelling

By Tom Giachino

Luxemburg-Casco Softball defeated Clintonville 10-0 in a five inning game Tuesday.  Sierra Shefchik (winning pitcher) and Ally Dart combined on a three hit shutout.  Dart also led the Spartans at the plate going 3x3 with a double and three RBI.  Brianna Prevost collected two hits including a double with two RBI.  Madysen Thayse also had a double and contributed two RBI.

Luxemburg-Casco is (7-3) overall, (6-2) North Eastern Conference.

Small Ball Lifts Algoma Baseball To Non-Conference Win

By Michael Lukes

Algoma Varsity Baseball held on for a 2-1 non-conference win against Amherst Tuesday. Max Grovogel's single scored Booker Prokash in the sixth to break  a 1-1 tie. The win lifted Algoma to (5-2, 3-1) on the season.


Trevor Haasch scored on a Prokash sac fly to tie the game in the 3rd. Casey Nelson added a double for Algoma. Zach Schmidt picks up the win pitching six innings, allowing one run on two hits, striking out two. Casey Stangel pitched the seventh to pick up the save. A Zach Wery over the shoulder catch at the wall in left, and a Trevor Haasch diving catch in the fifth saved two runs from scoring for Amherst in the fifth.


Algoma returns to conference action Thursday night with a doubleheader at Sturgeon Bay.  Start time will be 4:30 PM.

Monday Night Packerland Conference Baseball & Softball Results

By Nick Freimuth

Gibraltar shutout Algoma in Packerland Conference Baseball Monday 11-0. Ernie Erickson pitched a complete game, striking out eight, walking just one and allowing only one hit. Alex Johnson jump started the offense with two hits, two RBI and two runs scored. Ben Johnson tallied three RBI and Trevor Reinhardt added three hits in the win.


Algoma Softball got the better of Gibraltar on Monday. Mickayla Haack was sensational in the pitcher's circle. She struck out 15 Vikings and allowed just three hits in a complete game win.


Sevastopol Baseball tied the game up at eight in the top of the ninth inning with N.E.W. Lutheran only to see the Blazers win it in the bottom of the frame. Kevin Henschel tallied three RBI and Brent Haberli added two in the Pioneers loss.


Sturgeon Bay Baseball got a gem from senior pitcher Jeffrey Alberts. He struck out nine in a complete game victory. The Clippers topped Kewaunee 5-1. Jaeger Brusky, Alberts and Max Bordeau each had an RBI in the win.

Clippers Soccer Puts Mercy Rule On Roncalli

By Bob Desotelle

Sturgeon Bay netted four first half goals and six in the second half to win 10-0 at Manitowoc Roncalli Monday. Charlie Pollack, Maddy Starr and Jena Auguston each scored two goals for the Clippers. Moriah Grahl, Anna Fischer, Kenzie Blau and Sarah Pablich also added goals for the Sturgeon Bay.

While we started this game slowly, our second half was more efficient and more fluid. Defender Maddy Starr scored twice from her defensive position and also made some terrific passes. Charlie Pollack continues to be a force and Jena Auguston flashed her leg strength on a number of attacks. It was a solid game for the entire team. Both substitutes and starters played well. Proud of the way our players performed today. The game ended in the 86th minute.


Sturgeon Bay plays Kewaunee next on Thursday.

Brewers Thames Leads Major League Baseball With 10 Home Runs

By Nick Freimuth

The Brewers won the first of three meetings with the Cincinnati Reds this week 11-7 at Miller Park Monday. Eric Thames added two home runs to make it 10 on the season to lead the Major League. The first basemen became the fastest to ten home runs in Brewers history taking him just 19 games.


Matt Garza returned from the disabled list and pitched four innings. Garza allowed just one earned run, four hits, three walks and struck out four.


Game two of three with the Reds will feature Zach Davies Vs. Scott Feldman at Miller Park tonight at 7:40.

Bucks To Face Elimination Game Thursday Night In Milwaukee

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Bucks have lost three straight Eastern Conference first round playoff games to the Toronto Raptors. Monday night's loss showed little hope that the Bucks would rebound. Trailing 31-20 after the first quarter and down 17 points after the third quarter, Giannis Antetokounmpo was the only player keeping the Bucks afloat.

Toronto breezed to a 118-93 game five victory and took control of the series. Game six will be at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Thursday night in a must-win for Milwaukee.


Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, snared nine rebounds, three assists and three blocks. Malcolm Brogdon tallied 19 as the only other player to accomplish much on the offensive side of the floor.

Packerland Conference Standings: Baseball, Softball & Soccer

By Mike Holtz



SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Algoma                                      3                      0

Southern Door                          3                      1

Gibraltar                                    3                      1

Sturgeon Bay                            3                      1

Kewaunee                                 2                      2

Oconto                                       2                      2

NEW Lutheran                          0                      4

Sevastopol                                 0                      5




SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Oconto                                       6                      0

Southern Door                          5                      0

Kewaunee                                 3                      2

Gibraltar                                    2                      2

Algoma                                      2                      3

NEW Lutheran                          1                      3

Sturgeon Bay                            1                      5

Sevastopol                                0                      5






SCHOOL                                           WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

NEW Lutheran                                      3                      0                      0                       6

Kiel                                                        2                      0                      0                       4

New Holstein                                        1                      0                      0                       2

Sheboygan Falls                                  1                      0                      0                       2

Valders                                                  1                      0                      0                       2

Sturgeon Bay                                       0                      1                      0                       0

Manitowoc Roncalli                             0                      2                      0                       0

Gibraltar-Sevastopol                           0                      2                      0                       0

Kewaunee                                             0                      3                      0                       0


Brewers Slide Continues

By Nick Freimuth

The Brewers fell to the Cardinals for the third time in four tries on Sunday 6-4. Jimmy Nelson struggled with control as he scattered six walks throughout his outing. Manny Pina hit his first home run of the season and Ryan Braun doubled in Eric Thames in early scoring.


Milwaukee had a chance to steal one from the Cardinals in the bottom of the ninth inning. Eric Thames struck out and Ryan Braun popped out as the tying runs were on base.


Matt Garza will come off the disabled list to make his season debut on the mound tonight. Game one of a three game series with the Reds will begin at Miller Park at 6:40 PM.

Brewers Fall To Cardinals 4-1

By Paul Schmitt

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 Saturday night at Miller Park.

The Brewers wasted a strong start by Chase Anderson who only gave up one run in six innings of pitching.  Carlos Torres gave up a solo home run to pitch-hitter Aledmys Diaz in the seventh inning and the Cardinals added to insurance runs against Oliver Drake in the ninth inning to secure the win.  The Brewers lone tally was an RBI double by Travis Shaw in the first inning.  The Brewers look to Jimmy Nelson on the mound Sunday afternoon to earn a split in the four game series.

Bucks Fall To Raptors 87-76

By Tim Kowols

The Milwaukee Bucks will head back to Toronto knotted up at 2 games a piece after falling to Raptors 87-76 at the Bradley Center Saturday afternoon. After the Bucks kept him under control for game 3, Raptors guard DeMar Rozan roared back onto the scene with a game high 33 points.Both teams struggled from the field with the Bucks only make 37 percent of their shots compared to the Raptors' 41 percent.  Tony Snell led the Bucks with 19 points as the Raptors kept star players Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton in check for most of the game. Game 5 will take place in Toronto Monday night.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Dominates Oconto 15-5

By Paul Schmitt

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers overcame a four run first inning to cruise to a 15-5 victory over the Oconto Blue Devils 15-5 Friday afternoon at Memorial Field.  The Clippers pounded out 15 hits and scored 13 runs in the first three innings including an eight run barrage in the third inning.  Sturgeon Bay was led by Ryan Jacobsen who had three hits and three RBI's.  Starting pitcher Jared VanBramer rebounded from a rough first inning to go four innings and pick up the win.

Brewers Fall To Cardinals 6-2

By Paul Schmitt

The Milwaukee Brewers fell behind to the St. Louis Cardinals early and never recovered at Miller Park, losing 6-3 Friday night.  Cardinal pitcher Adam Wainwright drove in four runs and allowed only two runs in six innings to pick up the win.  Brewer starter Wily Peralta struggled for the first time this year allowing eight hits and  six runs in four innings.  The two teams will play the third game of a four game series tonight in Milwaukee with first pitch slated for 6:10pm.

YMCA Spring Programs Begin On Monday

By Paul Schmitt

The Door County YMCA will begin their spring programs this Monday.  Registration was last week for members and community members.  CEO and President Tom Beerntsen says the variety of classes and programs offer everyone young and old an opportunity to achieve physical fitness for the upcoming summer.



You can find the list of programs and lessons taught at the Door County YMCA centers in Sturgeon Bay and Fish Creek at

Bucks Blow Out Raptors In Game Three

By Nick Freimuth

It has happened to the Milwaukee Bucks in recent memory, but the Giannis Antetokounmpo led new-age Bucks did the devastating last night. A 104-77 thrashing of the Toronto Raptors sent a shock wave around the NBA Thursday. The Bucks are for real!


They played well offensively. It was the defensive effort that is what stood out however. The Bucks led 32-12 after the first quarter, 57-30 at half and held a remarkable 32 point lead after three quarters 78-46.


Antetokounmpo scored 19 points in the win. Khris Middleton added 20 points to take the series lead two games to one. Game four at the BMO Harris Bradley Center will be Saturday at 2:00 PM.

Long Ball Leads To Another Brewers Win

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Brewers homered in their 12th consecutive game Thursday night. A 7-5 four-game series opening win against the St. Louis Cardinals sent fans away from Miller Park smiling. 'The Crew' added three more to their National League leading home run total.


Jett Bandy hit a towering two-run home run in the sixth. Travis Shaw had Milwaukee's first home run of the night. It was a three-run shot. Eric Thames continues to lead the league in long balls. He also bumped his batting average up to a team high .415 with another home run Thursday night.

Zach Davies earned the win with a 5 1/3 innings performance. He allowed four earned runs and scattered eight hits. Game two against St.Louis is slated for 7:10 tonight.

Packers Announce 2017 Schedule

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers' 97th NFL regular-season schedule – highlighted by five prime-time contests (subject to flexible scheduling) – was released this evening by the National Football League.


For the first time since 2012, the Packers open the season at home, and will play three of their first four games at Lambeau Field. In Week 1, Green Bay will host the Seattle Seahawks, marking the third consecutive regular season that the Packers have played the Seahawks at home. For the second straight season, the Packers will play a prime-time game on the road in Week 2, traveling to Atlanta for an NFC Championship rematch with the Falcons. Week 3 will see the Cincinnati Bengals play in Green Bay for just the sixth time, and Week 4 has the Packers hosting the Chicago Bears on aThursday night for the third consecutive season (12th straight year in primetime).


Green Bay will begin October with back-to-back road games. The Packers will first travel to play the Dallas Cowboys, marking the fourth matchup between the two clubs since 2015 (including postseason), and then will face the Vikings in Minnesota in Week 6.


The Packers' Week 8 bye, the latest bye week for Green Bay since 2014 (Week 9), is sandwiched by two home games. In Week 7, the New Orleans Saints visit Lambeau, their latest trip by date to Wisconsin since playing the Packers in Milwaukee on Nov. 17, 1985. Green Bay returns from the bye week to host the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, marking the third time the two teams have met on MNF and the first since 1972. In Week 10, Green Bay will face the Bears in Chicago, a place they have won in the regular season each of the last six years.


For three of the following four games, the Packers will face teams from the AFC North. After welcoming the Baltimore Ravens to Lambeau Field for just the fourth time, they will travel to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers in a Sunday night matchup. After stopping back in Green Bay to play Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers' first December trip to Lambeau since 2000, the Packers will begin a stretch of three road games in four weeks with a trip to Cleveland. It is the first time since 2009 that Green Bay will finish the regular season with three of the final four games taking place on the road.


The Packers will finish their slate against the NFC South when they play at the Carolina Panthers in Week 15. For the second consecutive season, Green Bay will host the Vikings on a Saturday in Week 16. The Packers have won their last five regular-season games played on Saturdays.


Green Bay will close out the regular season at Detroit for the second consecutive year, marking the first time it has finished the regular season on the road against the same team in back-to-back seasons since 1991-92 (Minnesota).


This will be the first regular season that has the Packers playing home games on a Saturday, Thursday and Monday. Green Bay's schedule includes six games against 2016 playoff teams. Two of those contests (Detroit, Seattle) will be at Lambeau Field, while four (Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Pittsburgh) will come on the road. The Packers will play two teams (Atlanta, Dallas) that it played during the 2016 regular and postseason.


The dates and times for Green Bay's preseason games have also been finalized.


For ticket information, please visit For a secure method to buy and sell tickets, the Packers encourage fans to use NFL Ticket Exchange, Please remember season ticket holders are unable to post tickets on NFL Ticket Exchange until mid-July.




Date                     Opponent                                                   Time (CT)                                                TV                                    

Thu., Aug. 10      PHILADELPHIA EAGLES                               7 p.m.           Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

                                      (Bishop's Charities Game)

Sat., Aug. 19       at Washington Redskins                           6:30 p.m.           Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

Sat., Aug. 26       at Denver Broncos                                           8 p.m.           Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

Thu., Aug. 31      LOS ANGELES RAMS (Gold Pkg.)               6 p.m.           Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

                                      (Midwest Shrine Game)




Date                                   Opponent                                                                       Time (CT)                                TV                  

Sun., Sept. 10                   SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                                                  3:25 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Sept. 17                   at Atlanta Falcons                                                           7:30 p.m.                              NBC

Sun., Sept. 24                   CINCINNATI BENGALS (Gold Pkg.)                           3:25 p.m.                              CBS

Thu., Sept. 28                   CHICAGO BEARS                                                          7:25 p.m.                CBS/NFLN/Amazon

Sun., Oct. 8                       at Dallas Cowboys                                                       *3:25 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Oct. 15                     at Minnesota Vikings                                                       *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Oct. 22                     NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                                                *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Oct. 29                     BYE

Mon., Nov. 6                     DETROIT LIONS (Gold Pkg.)                                        7:30 p.m.                             ESPN

Sun., Nov. 12                    at Chicago Bears                                                             *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Nov. 19                    BALTIMORE RAVENS                                                     *12 p.m.                              CBS

Sun., Nov. 26                    at Pittsburgh Steelers                                                   *7:30 p.m.                              NBC

Sun., Dec. 3                      TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS                                        *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Dec. 10                    at Cleveland Browns                                                       *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sun., Dec. 17                    at Carolina Panthers                                                       *12 p.m.                              FOX

Sat., Dec. 23                     MINNESOTA VIKINGS                                                  7:30 p.m.                              NBC

Sun., Dec. 31                    at Detroit Lions                                                                 *12 p.m.                              FOX



*"Flexible scheduling" will be used in Weeks 10-15 and 17. Additionally, in Weeks 5-9, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-15, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved toSunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday, Saturday or Monday nights. A flexible-scheduling move would be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to December 31. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot.




  1. Seattle, Sept. 10, 3:25 p.m. CT (FOX) – Green Bay is 10-3 against the Seahawks at home during the regular and postseason, including seven straight wins...It is the first time the Packers have hosted Seattle in Week 1...Including the postseason, it will be the sixth time the two teams have played since 2012...It will be the third consecutive season the two teams have played at Lambeau Field during the regular season...Including the postseason, the Packers have won three of the last four home games against Seattle by 20-plus points (22, 38, 28).


at Atlanta, Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m. CT (NBC) – It will mark the third consecutive time Green Bay has faced the team it played in the NFC Championship the next regular season (Chicago and Seattle)...It is the third time Green Bay has played at the Falcons in back-to-back regular seasons (1991-92, 2010-11)...The Packers have won three of the last four regular-season meetings against Atlanta...Nine of the last 10 regular-season matchups between the two have been decided by eight points or less, including six by three or fewer points...It will be the second straight year that Green Bay plays at a new stadium in Week 2 (first game at stadium).


Vs.Cincinnati, Sept. 24, 3:25 p.m. CT (CBS) – Will be the Bengals' first trip to Green Bay since they won, 31-24, in 2009...The Packers are looking to snap a three-game losing streak against Cincinnati and record their first victory over the Bengals since 1998...Six of the last seven contests have been settled by seven points or less, including each of the last four...While the Packers are 4-3 as the home team against Cincinnati, they are 4-1 in Green Bay.


Vs. Chicago, Sept. 28, 7:25 p.m. CT (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) – The division rivals square off in a prime-time contest for the 12th consecutive season...It is the third consecutive year the Packers will host the Bears for a Thursday night game...The Packers have won seven of the last nine meetings against the Bears at Lambeau Field, including a 26-10 win last season in Week 7...Green Bay has outscored Chicago, 240-120, in the last nine games, scoring 20-plus points in seven of those contests.


at Dallas, Oct. 8, 3:25 p.m. CT (FOX) – Including the playoffs, it will be the fifth straight season the Packers and Cowboys have met...The teams split two matchups last season, with Dallas winning at Green Bay during the regular season and the Packers winning at Dallas in the Divisional playoffs...Green Bay has won six of the last seven games it has played against the Cowboys in the regular and postseason, including two at Dallas.


at Minnesota, Oct. 15, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – Green Bay has won five of the last seven at Minnesota...Of the past 29 regular-season meetings between the teams, 20 of those games have been decided by seven points or less...They have split the season series both of the past two years...The Packers have a 28-27 record in away games against the Vikings.


Vs. New Orleans, Oct. 22, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – First time hosting the Saints since 2012, a 28-27 Green Bay victory...Each team has scored 20-plus points in each of the last five matchups, with three being decided by eight or fewer points...The Packers are 10-2 at home against New Orleans...As the home team, Green Bay has scored 21-plus points in all 12 home games against the Saints.


Vs. Detroit, Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m. CT (ESPN) – Marks the 25th consecutive season (1993-2017) that Green Bay is appearing on Monday Night Football...Including a 1994 playoff victory, the Packers are 25-1 against the Lions in the state of Wisconsin since 1992...Green Bay has an 18-4 overall mark (.818) and a 10-1 home record (.909) against Detroit under Head Coach Mike McCarthy...Green Bay swept the regular-season series with the Lions last season for the first time since 2012 and for the seventh time under McCarthy.


at Chicago, Nov. 12, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – Including a 2010 playoff victory at Chicago, Green Bay has won 20 of the last 24 meetings between the rivals at Soldier Field...Green Bay has scored 30-plus points at Chicago in each of the last four matchups (33, 38, 31, 30)...It is the Packers' first November game in Chicago since 2001.


Vs. Baltimore, Nov. 19, 12 p.m. CT (CBS) – The Packers are 4-1 against the Ravens, including 3-0 at home...The Ravens' last visit to Lambeau Field was in 2009, 27-14 Green Bay victory...The last time the two teams met was in 2013, a 19-17 Packers win in Baltimore...The Ravens first played in Green Bay in 1998, a 28-10 win for the Packers.


at Pittsburgh, Nov. 26, 7:30 p.m. CT (NBC) – Four of the last five regular-season games between the two have been decided by seven points or less...Dating back to 1967, 11 of the last 14 matchups (including Super Bowl XLV) have finished with a single-digit point differential...Will be the second regular-season game at the Steelers (2009) under McCarthy, a Pittsburgh native...Green Bay is 19-15 overall against the Steelers, including a 31-25 victory in Super Bowl XLV...Will be just the second meeting between the two teams since the Super Bowl.


Vs. Tampa Bay, Dec. 3, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers are 31-21-1 against the former divisional foe...Green Bay has won both of the past two meetings, including the last game at Lambeau, a 35-26 win in 2011...Including the postseason, the Packers are 19-7 at home against the Buccaneers...Dating back to 1990, Green Bay is 14-1 at home versus Tampa Bay (including playoffs)...Each of the last six home contests against the Buccaneers have been decided by single digits, including four by three or fewer points.


at Cleveland, Dec. 10, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers have won four of the last five against Cleveland...It is Green Bay's first regular-season trip to Cleveland since 2009, a 31-3 Packers win...The Packers are 6-4 at the Browns, including wins in three of the last four...The Packers have scored 31 points in both of the last two matchups against the Browns, while only allowing a total of 16 points.


at Carolina, Dec. 17, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers are 9-5 overall against Carolina, with wins in six of the last nine (including playoffs)...Either Green Bay (2014, 2016) or Carolina (2015) has made it to the NFC Championship each of the last three seasons...First December game in Carolina for the Packers since 1997.


Vs.Minnesota, Dec. 23, 7:30 p.m. CT (NBC) – Including playoffs, Green Bay has a 9-2-1 mark (.792) against the Vikings at Lambeau Field under McCarthy...The Packers have scored 23-plus points in 10 of the last 11 home games versus Minnesota...Fifth straight season that teams have met in a prime-time game...First time the Packers have played a Saturday game in back-to-back seasons since 1994-95...Green Bay is 17-12 in regular-season Saturday games since 1925 and has won its last five, including a 38-25 win over the Vikings last year.


at Detroit, Dec. 31, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers are 8-3 at Detroit under McCarthy, including a 31-24 victory in Week 17 last season to win the NFC North...The Packers lead the regular-season series, 98-68-7 (.587), and have won both postseason contests the two have played...Green Bay's 98 wins over the Lions are the most the Packers have against any team.

Sturgeon Bay-Oconto Baseball Game Postponed Until Friday

By Paul Schmitt

The Packerland baseball game Thursday between Oconto and Sturgeon Bay has been postponed.  The game will be made up Friday if umpires can be scheduled, according to Sturgeon Bay head coach Dan Lake.

Cubs Beat Brewers With Walk-Off Home Run

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Brewers bullpen lost the series and was responsible for a 7-4 loss to the Cubs Wednesday. Clinging to a 4-3 lead heading into the bottom of the ninth inning, Addison Russell hit a walk-off three run home run to lift Chicago to victory. The blast came off of Brewers closer Neftali Feliz.


Travis Shaw and Jett Bandy each hit home runs for Milwaukee in the series finale.Brewers starter Tommy Milone allowed just one run and three hits in five innings of solid work.

Packers Offer Youth Football Coaching School June 4th

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are set to host the team's fourth annual "Green Bay Packers Coaching School" at Lambeau Field on June 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


The complimentary coaching school has a curriculum exclusively designed for youth football coaches, and can accommodate a maximum of 300 coaches. The event will feature innovative classroom sessions in the Lambeau Field Atrium, as well as on-field football instruction from top Wisconsin football coaches in the Don Hutson Center.


The one-day clinic offers coaches the opportunity to sharpen skills and learn new approaches to coaching football beyond play-calling, including methods of teaching teamwork, responsibility and discipline. Youth football coaches also will be instructed in best communication practices toward players, parents and officials, with the intent to foster positive experiences for all involved with the sport.


Youth football organizations that register five or more coaches with 100 percent attendance on the day of the event will be entered into a drawing to receive one of three $500 grants from the Green Bay Packers. A $500 Riddell equipment grant will also be awarded to an attending organization, compliments of USA Football.


The deadline to register is May 26, or when a maximum capacity of 300 coaches has been reached. Only registered coaches will be admitted to the event.


To register for the 2017 Green Bay Packers Coaching School, please visit


The Packers' Youth Football Coaching School is a part of Green Bay Packers Give Back, the Packers' all-encompassing community outreach initiative, which includes the Green Bay Packers Foundation, appearances made by players, alumni, coaches and staff, youth football outreach, cash and in-kind donations, Make-A-Wish visits, and community events.

Packers Invite Flag Football Leagues To Apply For Grants

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are inviting Wisconsin flag football leagues to become official NFL FLAG leagues, with new leagues in the program eligible to apply for equipment grants to cover the cost of jerseys, belts and footballs.


Existing leagues or those looking to start a league in Wisconsin are encouraged to become part of the NFL FLAG program and apply for one of the 10 available grants, which have a retail value of up to $2,000. The leagues selected for the grant also will receive free Packers preseason tickets courtesy of Play Football Month.


By applying for the grants, youth flag football leagues also agree to become official NFL FLAG leagues. NFL FLAG is the nation's top recognized flag football program, with leagues open to boys and girls ages 5 to 17. Coaches and league organizers are held to the highest standards for coaching credibility and safety through the USA Football certification program. USA Football is the national governing body of football on youth and high school levels.


NFL FLAG is the only flag football program where participants play in official NFL team gear and can be eligible to participate in Regional Tournaments and Championships at the Pro Bowl. Leagues also can receive league marketing and coaching tools directly from USA Football.


Grant applications can be found at and submitted online by April 30, or submitted by mail and postmarked by April 29 to: Green Bay Packers, Attn: Ryan Fencl, 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304.

Pair Of Losses Tuesday For Milwaukee's Sports Teams

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Brewers fell 9-7 to the Chicago Cubs Tuesday at Wrigley Field. Orlando Arcia and Travis Shaw each homered for 'The Crew.' Eric Thames added three more hits including two doubles but his home run streak was snapped. Jimmy Nelson started for the Brewers and lasted 5 1/3 innings and gave up seven earned runs. The third and final game in this series with the Cubs will start at 1:20 this afternoon.


The Bucks lost game two of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series to the Toronto Raptors Tuesday 106-100. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 24 points. Khris Middleton added 20 points and Greg Monroe added 18 in the paint. Game three will tip-off at 7:00 PM Thursday.

Tuesday's High School Sports Results

By Nick Freimuth

Gibraltar Baseball hung on for a 7-5 win over Sturgeon Bay Tuesday. Casey Weddig was 2x2 with a double and 2 RBIs, Ben Johnson was 2x2 with an RBI and Griffin Reinhardt was 2x3 with an RBI.  Connie Brennan had an RBI double. Brandon Emery-Janzen was Gibraltar's relief pitcher and struck out six. Jake Moeller and Jared VanBramer had multi-hit games for the Clippers. Tanner Degrave tallied two RBI in the loss.


Sevastopol Baseball and Softball lost last night. Jillie Jorns made her first ever appearance as starting pitcher for the Pioneers in a 6-0 loss to Oconto. Coleman shutout the boys 10-0.


Sturgeon Bay Girls Soccer tied Fox Valley Lutheran 1-1 at home Tuesday.  In the 29th minute Kylie Sturm scored unassisted on a defended ball dropping a long shot over the Clippers keeper.  In the 81st minute, Sturgeon Bay responded late on a beautiful header from Kenzie Blau on a corner kick from Charlie Pollock.  Shots on goal were tied at half at 13, but Sturgeon Bay had 17 in the second half and FVL had none (wind was a factor).  Coach Bob Desotelle said, "Solid goal keeper work by both goalies (McKenna Gibson SB and Alyssa Charron  FVL) and defenses kept this one close.  We challenged our team at half to keep focused and find a way to tie the game to give the Clippers a chance at victory and some determined play late offered the team a shot at winning.   Our good offensive effort fell a bit short, but the coaching staff is proud of the team's ability to score late in the match.  We can build on this moving forward."

A.J. Hawk Retires With The Packers

By Green Bay Packers

Former linebacker A.J. Hawk, who played nine seasons (2006-14) in Green Bay, has informed the club of his decision to retire with the Packers. The announcement was made Tuesday by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations.


Hawk, who was drafted by Green Bay with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft out of Ohio State, ranks No. 1 in franchise history (since 1975) with 1,118 career tackles, having surpassed LB John Anderson's mark (1,020, 1978-89) in the 2013 regular-season finale. Hawk led the Packers in tackles five times during his career (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012-13), which is tied with LB Nick Barnett for the top mark in team history.


"The first thing that needs to be said about A.J. Hawk is that he is a good man," Thompson said. "He was a terrific teammate and a true professional during his career, and we were lucky to have him. A.J. will always be a Packer. We wish the best to him and the entire Hawk family, and thank them for all that they gave to the team and the city of Green Bay."


Hawk played in 142 of a possible 144 regular-season games with 136 starts in Green Bay, appearing in all 16 contests in eight of his nine seasons with the Packers. In addition to his 1,118 career tackles (798 solo), he registered 19 sacks, nine interceptions, 43 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries. In 2010, Hawk earned Pro Bowl recognition after tying for the NFL lead among linebackers with a career-high three interceptions and leading the team with 134 tackles. He helped Green Bay's defense finish in the top five in the league that season in points allowed (No. 2, 15.0 ppg) and yards allowed (No. 5, 309.1 ypg) as the Packers went on to win Super Bowl XLV vs. Pittsburgh.


Hawk led the team in tackles as a rookie in 2006 with a career-high 155 stops, the second most ever recorded by a Green Bay rookie (Rich Wingo, 166 in 1979). He finished third in NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year voting by The Associated Press and was named to the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team.


"We were fortunate to make A.J. my first pick as head coach in 2006, and he spent the next nine years giving everything he had to the Green Bay community and the Packers," Head Coach Mike McCarthy said. "His leadership and toughness were instrumental in all of our success, and we thank him for all that he did for the organization and the community. We wish A.J., Laura and the rest of the Hawk family all the best, and I am confident that whatever the future holds, he will be successful."


Hawk also played one season (2015) with the Cincinnati Bengals and appeared in one game for the Atlanta Falcons in 2016. His 158 games played from 2006-15 were the most among NFL linebackers over that span.

Three Locals Finish Boston Marathon

By Tim Kowols

On a warm Patriots' Day in Massachusetts, three runners from Door and Kewaunee County were among the thousands of finishers.


Krista Eliot from Baileys Harbor covered the 26.2 mile course in 4:53:20. Luxemburg's Katie Waeges ran the race in 4:12:11 Casco's Jeff Treml was the area's top finisher, boasting a 4:05:29 finish time.


Over 30,000 runners started the day in Hopkinton on the race day, with Geoffrey Kirui and Edna Kiplagat capturing the overall men and women's titles respectively.

2017 Turkey Hunt Photo Board

By Nick Freimuth

Your successful hunting photos can be featured in this year's gallery by emailing From the youth hunt through the final week of the 2017 spring turkey hunt please include your name so we can add you to this year's gallery. Good luck to all hunters and thank you for sharing. Photos will be added throughout the season.


Today's featured photo is one of Hunter Moore's successful harvest.

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Monday Night Door/Kewaunee County Baseball & Softball


Algoma Baseball topped Kewaunee 6-4 Monday in Packerland Conference play. The Wolves improved to (4-1, 3-0) behind a Dillon Dean emergency start complete game. Kewaunee opened the scoring with an Andrew Richards double followed by a Wes Gallenberger RBI single in the second.

The Wolves got on the board three times in the third. Casey Nelson and Booker Prokash got things going with back to back singles. After a Casey Stangel walk, Max Grovogel drove in two runs with a double. With Algoma leading 3-2 in the fifth inning, Dean scored on a double steal and Zach Wery scored on a Zach Schmidt sac fly to extend the lead to 5-2. Kewaunee scored two unearned in the top of the sixth, but Algoma answered back with a Stangel RBI single.

Dillon Dean pitched seven innings, allowing four runs, one earned, four hits, no walks, and eight K's.
Dan Stangel took the loss in relief of Andrew Richards.

The Wolves offense was led by Trevor Haasch with three hits including a double. Nelson finished with two hits.  Max Grovogel added a double.  Algoma finished with a season high 11 hits.
Richards doubled for the Storm

Algoma is back in action when they travel to Sevastopol. Game time is 5:00.



Southern Door Baseball topped Sevastopol 13-6. River Pawelski had four hits, while Adam Cutschow and Nick Lecaptain each added three.  Tory Jandrin tallied four RBI for the Eagles. Kody Kissinger earned the win on the mound. Brent Haberli struck out three in the loss for Sevastopol. Lucas Stenzel had 2 RBI for the Pioneers.



Algoma Softball won their version of "War on the Shore" with rival Kewaunee 7-4 Monday. The Wolves tallied nine hits in the win. Makayla Guilette, Mikayla Haack and Halle VArdon each had multi-hit games in the win.




Luxemburg-Casco Softball defeated Oconto Falls 10-2 in a North Eastern Conference game.  The Spartans scored two in the first, two in the second and three in the third to take an early 7-1 lead.  The Spartans final three runs came in the sixth inning for the final tally.  Oconto Falls opened the scoring in the top of the first when Bailey Magnin came around to score after a two out single.  LC answered in the bottom half of the inning after a double by Madysen Thayse was followed by RBI singles from Brianna Prevost and Jenna Jorgensen.

Dana Deterville, Brianna Prevost and Jenna Jorgensen each had two hits for Luxemburg-Casco. Bailey Magnin was the leading hitter for Oconto Falls with two. Winning pitcher Ally Dart threw a complete game in which she surrendered six hits while striking out 8 and walking only one.  Katelyn Albrecht took the loss for the Panthers. Luxemburg-Casco is 4-1 overall, 3-1 conference.  Oconto Falls is 4-5 overall and 3-3 conference



Sturgeon Bay and Algoma will make up their cancelled April 3rd baseball game with a doubleheader at Sturgeon Bay on April 27th starting at 5:00 pm

Door County Deer Advisory Council Decides Not To Recommend Anter-less Only Hunt

By Paul Schmitt

Over 200 Door County deer hunters showed up Monday and spoke out on the 2017 Antlerless-Only Seasons that was originally proposed for this fall. The Door County Deer Advisory Council decided against the measure after a public meeting at the Sturgeon Bay High School Commons. A 4-3 vote by the council Monday night reversed last month's unanimous recommendation. DNR Region Program Manager Jeff Pritzl says a lot has to be done to reduce the deer herd in the county to meet the desired quota.

Public comments prior to the decision ranged from bringing back the Earn-A-Buck to saying a doe-only hunt would force locals to hunt outside Door County to get a buck. The Wisconsin DNR will make a final decision on the recommendations made by the Door County Deer Advisory Council in May.  Door County would have been the only county in the state to have an antlerless hunt for all seasons. You can see the video of last night's meeting on's facebook account.



Winners of Five Out Of Six – Brewers Playing Well

By Nick Freimuth


The Milwaukee Brewers doubled up the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 on Easter Sunday. It marked their fifth win in six games. Wily Peralta moved to (3-0) to start the season with a sparkling 2.65 ERA through three games. He is in a big tie for the most wins by a pitcher in baseball.


Sunday's win featured three homeruns. Eric Thames smashed his fifth long ball of the series with the Reds. Travis Shaw and Ryan Braun accounted for the rest of the fence clearing on Sunday.


Milwaukee opens a three-game series with the defending World Champion Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field tonight at 7:05 PM.

Gibraltar Baseball Honors Fall Classmate During Special Season

By Tim Kowols

You do not have to tell the Gibraltar Secondary School's baseball team about the emotional weight they will be carrying this season. Bo Johnson, an avid baseball player, would have most likely been a senior on this year's team if it was not for the leukemia that took his life in 2012. With the acronym for You Only Live Once emblazoned on its outfield walls and the team caps colored in GO BO Foundation orange, head baseball coach Jay Kita knows this will be a special season regardless of the wins they collect.



Kita says the baseball team will host special events throughout the season to support the GO BO Foundation, which has raised thousands of dollars for cancer-related causes.

Bucks Upset Raptors 97-83 In Game 1 With Strong Finish

By Paul Schmitt

The Milwaukee Bucks used a stifling defense in the second half to cruise to 97-83 upset over the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of the first round playoff in the Eastern Conference at the Air Canada Centre.  Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 28 points while Greg Monroe came off the bench and scored 14 points while adding 15 rebounds.  The Raptors were led by DeMar DeRozen with 27 points.  Toronto led 51-46 but the Bucks outscored them 51-32 in the second half while holding the Raptors to just 13 points in the fourth quarter.  Game 2 will be played Tuesday night in Toronto before the series heads to Milwaukee on Thursday.

Reds End Brewers Four Game Winning Steak With 7-5 Victory

By Paul Schmitt

The Milwaukee Brewers had their four game road streak snapped with a 7-5 loss to the Cincinnati Reds Saturday afternoon at the Great American Ballpark.  The Brewers bullpen, which had pitched 11 straight innings with out giving up a run, gave up a 4-3 Brewer lead after five innings by allowing four runs in three innings.  Brewer starting pitcher Zach Davies struggled early but left the game after five innings allowing only the three runs he gave up in the second inning.  Eric Thames stayed hot hitting two home runs to lead the Brewers.  Carlos Torres (0- 1) took the loss as Milwaukee (6-6) will look to Wily Peralta in the series finale on Sunday to take the four game series.

L-C Softball Cruises To 19-9 Win Over Marinette

By Tim Kowols

Luxemburg-Casco used a late 15 run outburst to beat Marinette on the road Friday 19-9. Five Spartans had multi-RBI games, led by home runs by Brianna Prevost and Mackie Juno. Many of the runs will be unearned for losing pitcher Chloe Lambie because of seven fielding errors behind her. Ally Dart picked up the win for the Spartans.

Track Round Up: Sturgeon Bay Boys, Algoma Girls Win Kewaunee Quad Meet

By Tim Kowols

The Algoma girls and the Sturgeon Bay boys captured victories on the track Friday in Kewaunee. Algoma scored 89 points to lead the way over host Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, and Sevastopil. THe Sturgeon Bay boys scored 94 points.


Team scores: Algoma 89, Kewaunee 67, Sturgeon Bay 54, Sevastopol 52.

100: Olivia Wagner, SEV, 13.34; 200: Olivia Wagner, SEV, 27.60; 400: Yunjeong Lee, SEV, 1:03; 800: Alli Spitzer, ALG, 2:37.16; 1,600: Mya Ploor, SEV, 5:46; 3,200: Hannah Lamack, KEW, 11:46; 400 relay: Algoma (Williams, Williams, Davister, Guilette), 54.39; 800 relay: Algoma (Prodell, McClure, Farley, Burroughs), 2:07; 1,600 relay: Kewaunee (Czech, Baumgartner, Rentmeester, Barta), 4:33; 3,200 relay: Kewaunee (Barta, Lamack, Rentmeester, Rentmeester), 11:12; 100 hurdles: Anna Giblin, SEV, 17.85; 300 hurdles: Abby Baumgartner, KEW, 50.28; High jump: Abby Baumgartner, KEW, and Elizabeth McClure, ALG, 4-10;Long jump: Khloe Williams, ALG, 16-3¼; Triple jump: Brianne Barta, KEW, 29-9½; Pole vault: Demi Ploor, SEV, 9-0; Shot put: Morgan Davister, ALG, 38-6; Discus: Katelyn Williams, ALG, 120-1.


Team scores: Sturgeon Bay 94, Kewaunee 87, Algoma 76, Sevastopol 11.

100: Nic Greenlaw, SB, 11.45; 200: Nic Greenlaw, SB, 24.11; 400: Mitch Kudick, KEW, 53.78; 800: Jacob Wahlers, ALG, 2:01; 1,600: Jacob Wahlers, ALG, 4:39; 3,200: Spencer Kirsteatter, KEW, 10:37; 400 relay: Sturgeon Bay (Wodack, Brinkman, Shefchik, Greenlaw), 48.36; 800 relay: Sturgeon Bay (Wodack, Brinkman, Anschutz, Lenius), 1:44; 1,600 relay: Sturgeon Bay (Shefchik, Greenlaw, Smith, Knipfer), 3:42.40; 3,200 relay: Kewaunee (Kirsteatter, Czech, Steinhorst, Niemierowicz), 9:49; 110 hurdles: Nathaniel Greenlaw, SB, 16.78; 300 hurdles: Cody May, ALG, 42.29; High jump: Jacob Basten, KEW, 6-0; Long jump: Cody May, ALG, 19-6½; Triple jump: Nathaniel Greenlaw, SB, 39-4; Pole vault: Nick Baumgartner, KEW, 12-0; Shot put: Jared Zellner, ALG, 43-10; Discus: Jared Zellner, ALG, 124-4.

Bucks Enter Postseason Fray Against Raptors

By Tim Kowols

The Milwaukee Bucks hope to flip the script on their neighbors to the north when they open their playoff series against the Toronto Raptors this afternoon. The Raptors hold a decisive 13-2 advantage over the Bucks during the last four years. The Bucks snapped a seven-game losing streak against the Raptors in a 101-94 victory on March 4 at the Bradley Center that saw Milwaukee win 14 games in 18 tries during the month. This series marks the second time in three years the Bucks have made the playoffs, falling in a hard-fought series against the Chicago Bulls two years ago. The series kicks off today in Toronto at 4:30 p.m. with game two set for 6 p.m. on Tuesday. The series will head to Milwaukee for a pair of games beginning on Thursday.

Brewers Still Perfect On The Road, Defeat Reds 10-4

By Tim Kowols

It is not often you are better away than at home, but early in the 2017 season the Milwaukee Brewers have proven that the road is where they like to be. Erasing an 3-0 deficit, the Brewers won their fourth in a row on the road, beating the Cincinnati Reds 10-4. After fill-in starter Tommy Milone gave up home runs to Zach Cozart and Joey Votto, the Brewers answered with a run of their own against journeyman pitcher Scott Feldman and the Reds bullpen. Following a two-run double by Manny Pina in the fourth inning, Jesus Aguilar and Jonathan Villar each registered RBI hits before Eric Thames pounded a two-run homer. Thames, Orlando Arcia and Nick Franklin completed the 10-run rally in the seventh with RBI hits. Zach Davies will look to turn around his season by heading to the mound to face Reds' Brandon Finnegan in a 12:10 matinee at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball & Softball Showcasing Early Season Offense

By Nick Freimuth

Sturgeon Bay enacted the ten-run rule against Sevastopol Thursday in varsity baseball. Max Bordeau tallied five RBI and Mitch Jackson added two more for the Clippers. Trent Ehlers earned the win on the mound for his six strikeout effort through four innings of work. Ehlers and Anthony Moore were among Clippers with multi-hit games. Ethan Kroll led the Pioneers with two hits in the loss.


Sturgeon Bay Softball was also a winner Thursday 10-7.

Brewers Win Three In A Row

By Nick Freimuth

Jimmy Nelson earned his first win of the season on the hill for the Brewers in a 5-1 victory over the Reds Thursday night. Nelson pitched seven innings striking out five and allowing just the one earned run.  Ryan Braun blasted a two-run home run and Eric Thames found the seats with a solo blast in the win.


Game two of the four-game series in Cincinnati starts tonight at 6:10 PM. Milwaukee will look to make it four wins in a row.

Bucks Playoff Series In Toronto Opens Saturday

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Bucks regular season ended with a112-94 loss to the number one seeded Boston Celtics Wednesday night. It was an odd night as many starters either did not play or played very few minutes in preparation for the NBA Playoffs.

The Bucks will start the post season as a #6 seed and play at #3 Toronto Saturday at 4:30 PM. The game against the Raptors will be televised on ESPN.


The 2016-2017 season closed with a bit of history unfolding Wednesday. NBA All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo became the first player in NBA history to finish a season in the top twenty in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals, according to the Milwaukee Bucks.

Brewers Sweep Blue Jays

By Nick Freimuth

The Brewers have not been swept yet this season but accomplished a mini-series sweep against the Blue Jays Wednesday. A 2-0 shutout in Toronto capped a brief interleague series before opening a four-game series in Cincinnati tonight against the Reds.


Chase Anderson pitched a gem Wednesday night for Milwaukee. He struck out seven in seven innings of work only allowing three hits and no earned runs. Jonathan Villar homered and Keon Broxton added his second RBI in as many nights to provide just enough offense for 'The Crew.'

Brewers Earn Third Win Of The Season

By Nick Freimuth

Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana each homered to help keep Wily Peralta perfect on the year. The Brewers starting pitcher moved to (2-0) following a 4-3 win over Toronto on their home opener. Peralta allowed three runs on five hits.

Milwaukee is now (3-5) on the season. The Brewers wrap up the two-game series in Canada with a first pitch tonight at 6:07 PM.

Tuesday's Door/Kewaunee County Baseball/Softball Recap


Wrightstown scored three unearned runs in the first inning on three Luxemburg-Casco errors in the Tigers 4-3 victory over the Spartans in the Northeastern Conference softball game.  Paige Cornelissen and Danielle Nenning had back to back hits to begin the inning, both coming around to score.  The fourth and deciding run came in the top of the third on Taylor Gun's leadoff solo home run.  The Spartans came back with three runs in the bottom of the third on Nicole Haen's single and Cassie Dart's reach on error which were followed up by RBI singles by Dana Deterville and Madysen Thayse.  LC had the tying run on second with one out in the sixth but was unable to plate the run.


Winning pitcher Makayla Neinas threw a complete game, surrendering five hits, two earned runs and recorded three strikeouts without a walk.  Ally Dart threw a complete game and surrendered only one earned run while striking out two and walking none.


Wrightstown is (2-0)/(2-0)    Luxemburg-Casco is (2-1)/(1-1)



The Algoma Wolves Baseball Team (3-1, 2-0) lost at Weyauwega-Fremont on a two out RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning Mitchell Zimmer pitched three innings allowing just one run. Zach Schmidt took the loss pitching four innings allowing two runs while striking out three. Casey Stangel's two-run double in the fifth would be all the runs Algoma could muster.  Casey Nelson and Booker Prokash had two hits apiece to lead the Wolves offensive attack. Algoma returns to conference action Thursday night at  Oconto in a battle for first place.


Sevastopol Baseball was shutout 14-0 by Oconto.


If you don't see your school's baseball or softball results please ask your coaches to pass along game information so we can share the good news happening in your school district.

Clippers & Spartans Soccer Programs On The Rise

By Nick Freimuth

Luxemburg-Casco (3-0) opened conference with a 4-0 win over Fox Valley Lutheran at home. Liz Benson scored three goals while Kate Delcore added a goal and two assists. Mikayla Srnka made five saves for L-C.


Sturgeon Bay defeated Valders 9-0. Charlie Pollock (4) and Anna Fischer (3) combined for seven goals in the win.

Packers Release 2017 Exhibition Schedule

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers' preseason schedule features an opener at Lambeau Field and three games against NFC teams. The preliminary schedule was communicated by the National Football League this week.


The Packers will not play any of their preseason opponents during the regular season.



Date                      Opponent                                           Time (CT)                             TV             

Aug. 10-13            PHILADELPHIA EAGLES                        TBA                   Packers TV Network

Aug. 17-21            at Washington Redskins                           TBA                   Packers TV Network

Aug. 24-27            at Denver Broncos                                    TBA                   Packers TV Network

Aug. 31                  LOS ANGELES RAMS                            TBA                   Packers TV Network


For only the second time since 2011, the Packers will kick off their preseason slate at home, hosting the Philadelphia Eagles in the preseason for the second time in the last three years. It will be the first time that Green Bay has opened the preseason against the Eagles since visiting Philadelphia in the 2002 opener.


Green Bay will travel to Washington the next week, the first time the Packers have played at the Redskins in the preseason since 1978. This will be the first preseason meeting between the clubs since 1995, when the teams played at Lambeau Field. It will be the 26th time that Green Bay has played Washington during the preseason, the second most behind only the Packers' 30 games against the N.Y. Giants.


The Packers will stay on the road the following week when they take on the Denver Broncos, the first preseason visit to Denver for Green Bay since 2008. Prior to that, the teams had not played since squaring off in four straight preseasons (1998-2001).


Green Bay will close out the preseason at home against the Los Angeles Rams, the first preseason meeting between the clubs at Lambeau Field. The only other time that the Packers hosted the Rams in the preseason came in 1994 when the teams faced off in Madison, Wis. It will be the third preseason meeting between the teams in the last five seasons.

Packers Release Defensive Back Dorleant

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers have released corner back Makinton Dorleant. The transaction was announced Tuesday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.


Dorleant, who signed with the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Northern Iowa in May 2016, played in four games as a rookie last season after being activated from injured reserve; designated for return on Dec. 3. He sustained an injury in Week 17 at Detroit and was placed on injured reserve on Jan. 5.

Baseball: Gibraltar Shuts Out Sevastopol

By Tim Kowols

Gibraltar 5, Sevastopol 0: Trevor Reinhardt was a one man wrecking crew on the mound for the host Gibrlatar Vikings, striking out 14 in a complete game 5-0 shutout of the Sevastopol Pioneers. Brother Jared and Nathan Ewaskowitz provided the offense by each scoring twice.


Algoma 7, New Lutheran 5: It took three runs in the top of the seventh for the Algoma Wolves to score a road vistory over the NEW Lutheran Blazers. Trevor Haasch led the way at the plate for the visiting Wolves, going a perfect 3-3 and scoring a run.


Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay CANCELLED, make-up date TBA

Softball Round-Up: Southern Door Wins In Rout

By Tim Kowols

A 13 run first inning made it a short evening in Brussels as the Southern Door Eagles cruised to a 18-3 victory over Sturgeon Bay. Hanna Maillen did it with her arm and her bat,  collecting three hits while knocking in four RBI.

In Kewaunee, it was a big 7 run inning that doomed the Storm as the Oconto Blue Devils won 13-1. The Storm could only muster their lone run thanks to an Ashley Pawlitzky RBI.

In Green Bay, Mikala Haack mowed down 16 Blazers as Algoma shut out NEW Lutheran 6-0. Allowing only 3 hits, Haack helped her own cause with two hits and a RBI for the Wolves.


Bucks Clinch At Least A 6 Seed In Victory Over Hornets

By Tim Kowols

The Milwaukee Bucks will not have to play the top seeded Cleveland Cavaliers or Boston Celtics in the first round of the NBA Playoffs after knocking off the Charlotte Hornets last night 89-79 at the Bradley Center. With a record of 42-39, the Bucks clinched a winning a record and at least a 6 seed in an Eastern Conference where teams are still jockeying for position. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with his third triple-double of the season, posting 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists. Center Greg Monroe helped shut the door on the visiting Hornets, collecting 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter. The Bucks will end their season on Wednesday against the Celtics in Boston.

Last Chance To Sign Up For Sturgeon Bay Babe Ruth Baseball

By Joe Jennerjohn

This is the final week to sign up for Sturgeon Bay Babe Ruth. Babe Ruth baseball is available to boys in the Sturgeon Bay school district ages 13-15 years old.


Registrations may be picked up at T.J Walker Middle School office, Razors Edge Barber Shop or by calling Joe Jennerjohn  at 920.495.0047, you can return them to the middle school office or call Joe and he will pick up directly.


Deadline is April 14.

Brewers Lose Series To Cubs At Wrigley North

By Nick Freimuth

The three-game series at Miller Park aka Wrigley North definitely had more Cubs fans in attendance this weekend. The Brewers stole game one Friday night with an extra innings wild pitch win. Sunday The Cubs outhit Milwaukee 11-4 and outscored them 7-4 to take two of three in the series.


Chicago scored four runs in the first inning and added another in the second against starting pitcher Zach Davies. Ryan Braun provided some instant offense in the third inning with a three-run homerun. It was Braun's second homerun of the season.


The Brewers have Monday off before playing a two-game series against the Blue Jays in Toronto.

Boys Baseball Round-Up: Mixed Bag For Area Teams

By Tim Kowols

Area teams were busy across the region Saturday yielding mixed results.


In Sturgeon Bay, the Clippers could not match the offense of the visiting Coleman Cougars, falling 8-4. Fielding errors led to the Clippers demise, causing six of the eight runs allowed to be un earned. Jaeger Brusky did what he could offensively, banging out two hits.


In Luxemburg, the Spartans split their conference doubleheader against the Freedom Irish, falling 7-4 in Game 1 before getting its revenge in a 7-2 victory in the second matchup. In the first game, Kyle Routhieaux and Jake Thayes matched each other with a hit, a run, and a RBI. In the second game, Bryce TeKulve led the way with a strong day on the mound (5.1 innings, 2 ER) and at the plate (1 RBI, 2 runs scored). Mitch Jandrin and Austin Tlachac each collected two hits in the second game.


In Mauston, Gibraltar split its two games in the Adams-Friendship Tournament. The Vikings lost their first game 7-3 to McDonnell Central. Casey Wedding led the way with a 3-for-4 performance and the plate while scoring two runs. In the second game, a bases-loaded walk of Ernie Erickson gave Gibraltar a walk-off victory over St. Mary's Springs 7-6. Conner Brennan collected four RBIs in the two games.

Blizzard Falter Again Late, Lose To Iowa

By Tim Kowols

The hard luck of the Green Bay Blizzard continued Saturday with a 27-26 loss to the Iowa Barnstormers Saturday night in Des Moines. Quarterback Jarrad Evans was a dual threat, passing for 79 yards and a touchdown and tacking another 77 on the ground. Running back Darryan Ragsdale rushed for 35 yards and 3 scores. The Blizzard had the lead 26-21 with just two minutes to play before it gave a late touchdown to the Barnstormers, improving their record to 4-2.

Spartans Clip Clippers 1-0

By Tim Kowols

Luxemburg-Casco only needed one goal to slip past Sturgeon Bay 1-0 in a non-conference match Saturday. Liz Benson registered the game's only tally on an Alison Miceli feed. Goalkeeper Mikayla Snrka collected four saves to ensure the shut out for the Spartans.

Cubs Cruise Past Crew 11-6

By Tim Kowols

The Milwaukee Brewers could not keep pace with the Chicago Cubs Saturday night, falling 11-6 in front of a sell-out crowd at Miller Park. The visiting Cubs used 17 hits to help even up the series, including Kris Bryant's slump-busting 3-6 performance at the plate, driving in three runs. The Brewers did get to Cy Young finalist Kyle Hendricks early, scoring four runs behind homers by Jonathan Villar and Nick Franklin. Manager Craig Counsell's bullpen got a workout too as spot starter Tommy Milone lasted only four innings and needed another four pitchers to get through the game. Outfielder Ryan Braun was a late scratch due to back soreness, paving the way for Franklin to make his first start of the year. The Brewers look to capture the series against their I-94 rivals this afternoon when Zach Davies makes his second start of the season against former Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta.

Bucks Punch Playoff Ticket With Win Over 76ers

By Tim Kowols

For the second time in three years, the Milwaukee Bucks are going to the NBA Playoffs. Snapping a three game skid, the Bucks' 90-82 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers and a loss by the Chicago Bulls to the Brooklyn Nets clinched the postseason appearance. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way for the Bucks coming up just four assists shy of a triple-double (20 pts, 10 rebounds, 6 assists) while Greg Monroe pitched in with 17 points and 5 rebounds. The Bucks were 22-30 just a few months ago with a second straight postseason on the sidelines a possibility. Instead, the Bucks will play out the season with an opportunity to climb as high as the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference.

Brewers Top Cubs 2-1 In Extra Innings With Walk-Off Wild Pitch

By Paul Schmitt

Ryan Braun scored the winning run in the 11th inning on a wild pitch by from Chicago Cub's reliever Mike Montgomery to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 2-1 extra-inning win at Miller Park Friday.  The Brewers got a strong pitching start from Jimmy Nelson who only allowed one run in six innings.  Milwaukee tied the game with on a RBI single from Jesus Aguilar in the sixth inning.  The Brewer's bullpen shutout the Cubs with five stellar innings of relief pitching.  Milwaukee (2-3) and Chicago (2-2) play game two of the three-game series Saturday with first pitch at 6:05 pm.

Algoma Outslugs Southern Door 11-7 In Packerland Baseball

By Michael Lukes


Algoma used an eight-run sixth inning to pull away from the Eagles Thursday night for an 11-7 victory in a Packerland conference game in Brussels.

Eight Wolves collected hits, led by Max Grovogel with two.  Trevor Haasch, Casey Stangel, and Dillon Dean added doubles.  Haasch and Dean collected 3 RBI'S apiece.

Stangel pitched 5 1/3 innings to earn the win for Algoma (2-0 overall, 1-0 Packerland).

Adam Gutschow and Tory Jandrin each had 2 hits for Southern Door.

Nick LeCaptain took the loss in relief for Southern Door (2-1 overall, 1-1 Packerland).

Sturgeon Bay & Kewaunee Baseball Winning Games

By Nick Freimuth

Sturgeon Bay won a Packerland Conference baseball game in bitter cold conditions Thursday afternoon against N.E.W. Lutheran 4-1. Jared VanBramer pitched a gem. He lasted 5 1/3 innings and struck out eight Blazer batters. Anthony Moore was a perfect 3x3 at the plate with an RBI. Jeffrey Alberts and Trent Ehlers also tallied RBI in the win.


Kewaunee's bats got hot against Sevastopol in an 8-1 win. Wyatt Kruse, Cam Hanrahan and Wes Gallenberger all had two hits in the win. Lucas Stenzel pitched four innings for the Pioneers and struck out three. Andrew Richard struck out five in five innings of work for the Storm. Zach Christiansen tallied the Pioneers lone RBI.

Spartans Softball Plates 11 Runs Against Little Chute

By Tom Giachino

Luxemburg-Casco eased past Little Chute 11-6 in high school varsity softball Thursday afternoon. Dana Deterville and Mariah Tebon each had three hits in the win.  Six of Luxemburg-Casco's twelve hits went for extra bases.  Deterville had two doubles, Madysen Thayse a home run, and Tebon, Brianna Prevost and Jenna Jorgensen each a double.

Mariah Tebon was the RBI leader with three.  Winning pitcher Ally Dart threw 6 2/3 innings in earning the win giving up two earned runs.  Dart helped herself by going 2-3 with two RBI. Luxemburg-Casco is now (2-0), (1-0).  Little Chute is (0-1), (0-1).

Luxemburg-Casco Shuts Out Sturgeon Bay Girls Soccer

By Bob Desotelle

On a very windy night, host Sturgeon Bay give up a goal in the 20th minute to Luxemburg-Casco's Liz Benson, which proved to be the game winner. A gusty north wind favored visiting L-C in the first half but the Clippers rallied in the second half with several hard shots the Spartan keeper defended. Luxemburg-Casco won the non-conference match up 1-0.


Sturgeon Bay Coach Bob DeMeuse said, "We play struggled early to connect passes and organize our attack, but defensively were able to repel numerous L-C attacks. Keeper Becca Osborne had nine saves to LC's six."


DeMeuse felt the Clippers built momentum throughout the game. "As the game progressed we gained momentum and eventually had the wind in our favor in the second half when our attacks were more organized and L-C had six saves in the second half. For the Clippers this was a decent first game against a quality D3 opponent. While we have a lot of work to do offensively, we have the players to accomplish the task and defensively we played well most of the game."


Next up for Sturgeon Bay, Lakeland Union at Notre Dame on Saturday. Conference play begins next week when Sturgeon Bay plays Valders and Kiel.

Packers Invite Student Artists To Submit Artwork For Display At Lambeau Field

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are inviting student artists to submit artwork for the organization's new Packers Student Art Contest, with the winners earning the opportunity for their art to be featured at Lambeau Field and a $5,000 donation for their school.


The winning pieces will be displayed in the stadium's club levels throughout the 2017 season, with new artwork being sourced through the contest annually to allow different student artists to share their talents with the community each year.


The theme of this year's contest is "Your Packers Gameday," and asks students to share an artistic representation of what gameday means to them. For example, a piece could feature fans tailgating at Lambeau Field or wearing green and gold halfway around the world. It could illustrate the intensity of preparation or highlight the emotions and adrenaline of a close game. It could depict the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat.


Artists are invited to tell the story of their Packers gameday experience through painting, drawings, prints, digital art, mixed media or collage. The deadline to submit artwork is May 22.


Three grand prize winners also will receive a $5,000 donation to the winner's school art program and an invitation for the winner and two guests to the Suite Holder Tasting and Artwork Unveiling on July 19, 2017, at Lambeau Field.


Eligible artists include students in grades 6-8 or grades 9-12, or students attending a university or technical college at the time of submission, with one winner chosen from each category. The final artwork size must be 16 inches by 20 inches on canvas, paper, or other mixed media. Art pieces must weigh less than 30 pounds and be able to fit comfortably in a standard frame.


For full contest rules and guidelines, or to submit an entry for the contest, please

Kewaunee To Host Sevastopol Baseball & Softball Today Due To Field Conditions

By Jen Wiesner

Due to the Sevastopol baseball and softball diamonds not being ready for game play they have rearranged the schedule with Kewaunee for this afternoon's games. Both baseball and softball games will be played at Kewaunee. Sevastopol will now host the May 1st match ups.

Brewers Put One In The Win Column

By Nick Freimuth

The Milwaukee Brewers earned their first win of the season Wednesday night 6-1 over the Colorado Rockies at Miller Park. Wily Peralta earned the win in a five inning outing. He struck out five and walked just one while allowing no earned runs. The Rockies only run came in the top of the ninth inning after the game was well in hand.


The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fourth inning when the Brewers plated three runs. Eric Thames blasted his first homerun as a Brewer. Jonathan Villar also homered and Travis Shaw tallied two RBI in the win.


The fourth and final game of the season opening series with Colorado will begin today with a 12:40 PM first pitch.

Southern Door Sweeps Home Track & Field Meet

By Nick Freimuth

Use any analogy you want. The Eagles were soaring. The Eagles were flying. The Southern Door boys and girls track and field teams swept their season opening home meet Tuesday afternoon. The Boys tallied 127 points. They were followed by Oconto (49), Gibraltar (29) and N.E.W. Lutheran (23). The Eagle girls scored 98 team points. Oconto was second (50), Gibraltar was third (45) and N.E.W. Lutheran last (4).


Top performers included Jared Conard. He took first place in the 100 and 200 meter dashes and was apart of the first place 4x100 meter relay team. Southern Door teammate Sam Gerend earned first place in the triple and high jumps. Gibraltar senior Tyler Kropuenske dominated the shot and discus competitions.


Kayla Marchant did the same for Southern Door in the shot and discus. Southern Door teammate Gracie Englebert finished first in the 1,600 meter run and was apart of the golden 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams. Katie Guilette took three firsts as well for the Eagles. She won the triple jump, long jump and was apart of the 4x100 relay team. Gibraltar's Bria Caldecott took first in the 100 and 200 meter dashes.


Brewers Plate Five More Runs But Lose Again To Rockies

By Nick Freimuth

The Colorado Rockies outhit and outscored the Brewers for the second consecutive day. A 6-5 loss drops Milwaukee to (0-2) on the season after Zach Davies lasted four and a third innings while giving up six earned runs.


Ryan Braun blasted the Brewers first homerun of the season. It was a solo shot to lead off the fourth inning. Travis Shaw accounted for two RBI in a 2x4 day at the plate. Jett Bandy added a 2x3 performance in the Brewers loss.


Game three of four with the Rockies is scheduled for 7:10 tonight. Wily Peralta will make his first start of the season as he opposes Tyler Chatwood.

Algoma - Sturgeon Bay High School Baseball Game Cancelled

By Paul Schmitt

The baseball game rescheduled for this afternoon (Wednesday) between Algoma and Sturgeon Bay has been canceled.  Head baseball coach Dan Lake said a future date has not been set up yet to reschedule the game.  Both Algoma and Sturgeon Bay fields remained too wet to play on Wednesday.

Tuesday Athletic Postponements & Cancellations

By Pat Blizel

The Sturgeon Bay Vs. Green Bay Preble Girls' Soccer match has been postponed for today because of poor field conditions.  No makeup date has been set.

Brewers Opening Day Dismal

By Nick Freimuth

Injury was added to insult in a Brewers 7-5 opening day loss to the Colorado Rockies Monday at Miller Park. Starting pitcher Junior Guerra only lasted two innings and landed on the 10-day disabled list after the game due to a strained right calf.

The Brewers committed three errors in the loss that ended with Ryan Braun grounding into a double play. Braun struck out twice, finished (0x4) at the plate and was caught stealing the only time he reached base via a walk.


Eric Thames was a bright spot in his Milwaukee Brewers debut. He hit a two-run double as did Jonathan Villar in an exciting five-run fifth inning.


The paid attendance for opening day at Miller Park was 43,336. Former MLB Commissioner Bud Selig threw out the first pitch. Team owner Mark Attanasio's son Mike sang the National Anthem.

Sevastopol Baseball Wins While Most Other Games Postponed Monday

By Nick Freimuth

Sevastopol doubled up Crivitz 6-3 in a non-conference varsity boys baseball game Monday. Ethan Kroll tallied three hits and Brent Haberli added two hits for the Pioneers. Josh Pflieger, Arthur Hocevar and Haberli were among players with an RBI in the win. Lucas Stezel pitched three innings and Brent Haberli pitched two while striking out four Crivitz batters.


Southern Door was forced to postpone their baseball and softball games Monday. The boys were scheduled to play at Kewaunee and will try to make it up this afternoon. The girls game at Kewaunee has been rescheduled for this Friday.


Sturgeon Bay and Algoma Baseball on Monday was also pushed to this afternoon (Tuesday). However, rain forecast for most of the day today will likely create another postponement according to Head Coach Dan Lake.

Packers Sign Long Snapper

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers have signed long snapper Derek Hart. The transaction was announced Friday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.


Hart, a 6-foot-4, 245-pound rookie, played in 43 career games at James Madison University from 2012-15, serving as the primary long snapper over his final three seasons.

Algoma Baseball Off And Running

By Nick Freimuth

Algoma High School Baseball is off to a (1-0) start to their season after a 9-3 win over Wild Rose. In the non-conference season opener the Wolves were led by a strong effort on the mound by Casey Stangel. Stagel pitched five innings, struck out eight and doubled at the plate as well.


Trevor Haasch had two hits and three runs scored to ignite the offense.  Casey Nelson and Booker Prokash also added double in the win. Prokash and Stangel led the way with 2 RBI each.

Blizzard Lose Another Heartbreaker, Fall To Titans 41-37

By Tim Kowols

The Green Bay Blizzard came up just short again, falling to the Cedar Rapids Titans 41-37 Saturday night at the Resch Center in Green Bay.


The Titans took the lead with under a minute left after the Blizzard held a 37-33 lead late into the fourth quarter. Quarterback Matt Behrendt was able to lead a late drive, but it ended on a fourth down incompletion. Behrendt ended the day completing seven passes for 88 yards and three scores.

Baseball Round-Up: Kewaunee County Schools Go 3-0

By Tim Kowols

Luxemburg-Casco, Algoma, and Kewaunee all posted victories during their games on Saturday.


In Luxemburg, the Spartans only needed 5 innings to dispatch Two Rivers in an 11-1 victory. Bryce TeKulve led the way with four RBIs thanks to a pair of doubles. Kyle Routhieaux, Jake Thayes, Jordan Jorgensen, and Will Derenne also added RBIs of their own to give Ian Doell the support he needed to pick up the victory.


In Kewaunee, the Storm shutout Manitowoc Roncalli 6-0. Cody Bultman knocked in two runs on two hits, while Daniel Stangel and Travis Stangel also collected a RBI each.


In Wild Rose, the Wolves made their trip out west a successful one with a 9-3 victory over Wild Rose. Casey Stangel was a one-man wrecking crew, striking out eight men over five frames while it was his double that drove in two runs. Booker Prokash matched Stangel with a two-run double of his own. Trevor Haasch made his way around the bases himself, collecting two hits and scoring three times.

Brewers Close Out Spring With 5-4 Victory Over White Sox

By Tim Kowols

The Milwaukee Brewers won their final tune-up of the spring with a 5-4 victory over their American League neighbors to the south, the Chicago White Sox.


Just because it was an exhibition did not mean there was not drama in the see-saw affair. The Brewers' Jesus Aguilar and Kirk Nieuwenhuis knocked in go-ahead hits, only to be matched a half inning later by the White Sox. After the White Sox' Jose Abreu tied the game in the 7th inning with a home run, Brewers prospect Kyle Wren knocked in the game-winning run with an opposite field single.


The win gave the Brewers a record of 17-16-1 for the spring, a mark that will wiped clean in time for tomorrow's regular season home opener against the Colorado Rockies. First pitch is 1:10 p.m.



Milwaukee Bucks Stay Hot With 108-105 Overtime Win Over Detroit

By Paul Schmitt

The Milwaukee Bucks moved up to sole position of the sixth spot in the Eastern Conference with a 108-105 overtime victory over the Detroit Pistons.  The Bucks led by as much as 18 points in the first half only to see the Pistons rally and lead by 10 points in the fourth quarter.  Milwaukee clawed back and sent the game into overtime and sealed the victory on a second-chance three-pointer by Khris Middleton in the final minute.  Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 28 points and 14 rebounds while missing a triple-double by a single assist.  Middleton added 25 while rookie Thon Maker scored a season-high 23 points in 24 minutes.  Milwaukee (40-36) will play home again Sunday afternoon against the Dallas Mavericks.

L-C Girls Softball Opens With 4-0 Victory Over Valders

By Tom Giachino

Luxemburg-Casco opened the season with a non-conference win against Valders.  L-C achieved the final score of 4-0 by scoring a run in the first, two in the fourth and one in the fifth.  Winning pitcher Ally Dart threw the first six innings to pick up the win.  Dart allowed two hits, struck out three and walked only one.  Sierra Shefchik finished the game by pitching a perfect seventh inning.

The Spartans scoring began when Brianna Prevost's RBI double scored Dana Deterville.  LC's final tally came after Madyson Thayse drilled a two out triple and scored on Prevost's second RBI hit.

Brianna Prevost collected two hits including a double as well as Thayse's triple.  J. Jaeger and C. Behnke collected Valder's two hits.

Luxemburg-Casco is 1-0, 0-0.  Valders is 0-1, 0-0

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