Sports Archives for 2017-05

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Loses Regular Season Finale


By Nick Freimuth




Green Bay East topped Sturgeon Bay 1-0 on a lat goal by Andrea Alonso. Clippers keeper Rebecca Osborne kept a clean sheet until the 86th minute, giving the visiting squad the win.

 

Clippers Coach Bob Desotelle said, "This is probably a game we should have won. We out possessed Green Bay East. We had more shots on goal and had quality attacks. However, we did not finish. It was a frustrating loss. We played well enough to win. Next, our first regional game against Sheboygan County Christian on Thursday, 5:00 kick off."

Southern Door Softball Moves Into Sectional Final, Algoma Loses In Semi-Final


By Nick Freimuth




Southern Door Softball earned their way into the WIAA Division 3 Sectional Final game Thursday at 5:30 Pm from Chilton. The #3 seed Eagles shutout #4 seed Kewaunee 2-0 Tuesday. Southern Door has allowed just one run through the first three games of the tournament so far. They will match up with #2 seed Weyauwega-Fremont for a chance to appear in the state tournament in Madison. Weyauwega-Fremont beat #1 seed Oconto 4-0 yesterday.

 

Algoma Softball lost a close one to Oshkosh Lourdes 5-3 Tuesday in Division 4.  Wolves Coach Amber Schubert said, "I feel like with the blink of an eye, the 2017 softball season has passed by. Words can't express how proud we (my coaching staff and I) are of the girls. They are a respectful and hard-working group of kids; really they are everything a coach could ask for. Thank you for an amazing season and creating great memories."

 

Algoma did not have a single senior on this year's team. They will be a force to be reckoned with next year.

Sevastopol Baseball Pulls Off Biggest Upset Of Regional Semi-Finals


By Nick Freimuth




Watch out for the Sevastopol Varsity Baseball team. In a rare #4 over #1 seed upset, the Pioneers topped Gresham 12-7 Tuesday. The Division 4 regional final is set for this afternoon between N.E.W. Lutheran and Sevastopol in Green Bay.

 

Coach Jason Marggraf said, "I think this is really a preview of things to come for this team.  We pounded the heck out of the ball.  The bottom of the line up was absolutely clutch, stringing hits together when it counted.  Our seven hitter, Nathan Stenzel, was five for five.  It was awesome watching this line up play up to its potential.  Brent came on in relief and was nails, and the defense played a very mature game behind him."

 

Ethan Kroll added four hits in the win. Jacob Pflieger also had a multi-hit performance Tuesday afternoon.  Brent Haberli accounted for 3 RBI and Zach Christiansen added two.

 

(photo by Jen Wiesner)

Southern Door & Kewaunee To Meet In Regional Baseball Final Today


By Nick Freimuth




Southern Door and Kewaunee each got stellar pitching performances out of their teams Tuesday to advance to the Division 3 regional final today at 4:30 PM. The Storm beat Gibraltar 2-1 at Billerbeck Field on a great outing by Andrew Richard. He pitched six and one-third innings, struck out 10 and allowed just one run. He opposed Ernie Erickson. The Vikings hurler pitched a complete game gem but took the loss. Erickson allowed just one earned run, struck out 10 in seven full innings.

 

Nate Ewaskowitz scored Gibraltar's lone run in the fifth inning on a Connor Brennan RBI single. Wes Gallenberger accounted for all of Kewaunee's scoring on a two-RBI double in the first inning.

 

Southern Door was a 6-1 winner over third seed Manitowoc Lutheran.

Sturgeon Bay Moves Past Valders In Extra Innings Win Tuesday


By Nick Freimuth




Sturgeon Bay needed extra innings to move past their regional semi-final match up with Valders Tuesday. A 3-2 win over the third seeded Vikings catapults the Clippers into a regional final game at Luxemburg-Casco today at 3:00 PM. Luxemburg-Casco needed only six innings to shutout fourth seeded Denmark 10-0.

 

Packerland Conference Player of the Year Jeffrey Alberts pitched seven and one-third innings in a no decision. He struck out four, allowed four hits and zero earned runs. Jaeger Brusky hit the game winning RBI in the bottom of the eight inning.

 

After Tuesday's game Sturgeon Bay Head Coach Dan Lake said, "The boys played their hearts out today, never giving up and believing in themselves. Wonderful victory. The boys thank all the fans for coming to cheer them on. Class Act!!! It doesn't get better than that... So proud!!!"

 

 

 

Sevastopol's Max McHugh Commits To University Of Minnesota


By Nick Freimuth




Door County has another Division 1 scholarship student athlete. The University of Minnesota is fast becoming "Sevastopol West." Max McHugh, a junior at Sevastopol verbally committed and will attend U of M on scholarship to join the swim team and specialize in the breast stroke. Max's role model, his older brother Conner, will be a senior next year and will likely stay at Minnesota to train for the 2020 Olympics.

 

While the brothers will not officially get to compete with each other for the Gophers, they will get to train with each other as they did their entire childhood at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA.

 

Arizona State and Texas were the other top schools Max was deciding between. Texas won the NCAA Championships each of the last three years. Arizona State boasts new assistant coach Michael Phelps. Each were attractive offers, however Max said location and family were key.

 

Max has accomplished just about everything a high school junior could ever hope to accomplish. He is a national champion, has shattered national record times and now has his senior year of high school to focus on improving instead of the stressful college decision.

 

Mike and Mary Claire McHugh will have a much easier travel schedule to see both of their children throughout the next five years. Max first mentioned his mom and dad and then his brother as people atop the thank you list. To listen to the entire interview with Max about his decision click on the audio link below:

 



Southern Door Thursday Night Volleyball League Underway


By Nick Freimuth




Co-ed volleyball leagues have started throughout the county and in Southern Door, the traveling league is off to a great start. Playing at local establishments like Richard's Pb and Grill in Maplewood and Tippy Canoe in Euren, Chad Shefchik serves as league commissioner. Here is a look at league standings following play on Thursday, May 25.

Place - Team Name - Wins - Losses

1 Tippy Canoe 3 - 6 - 0

2 Richards 2 - 5 - 1

2 Rouers 3 - 5 - 1

4 Waterfront Mary's 2 - 4 - 2

4 Why Lee's 4 - 4 - 2

6 Tippy Canoe 2 - 3 - 0

6 Tippy Canoe 4 - 3 - 0

8 Rouers 1 - 3 - 3

8 Rouers 2 - 3 - 3

8 Waterfront Mary's 1 - 3 - 3

11 Richards 1 - 2 - 1

12 Why Lee's 2 - 2 - 4

13 Massart's Garage - 1 - 2

14 Why Lee's 1 - 1 - 5

15 Tippy Canoe 1 - 0 - 6

15 Why Lee's 3 - 0 - 6

15 Why Lee's 5 - 0 - 6

High School Athletes Prepare For Final Stretch Of Season


By Tim Kowols




Even though some of the athletes may technically be graduates of their respective schools by the time they take the field Tuesday, there is still plenty to play for as WIAA post-season continue on Tuesday.

 

In baseball, Gibraltar is slated to face Kewaunee while Southern Door hosts Manitowoc Lutheran and Sevastopol travels to Gresham. Luxemburg-Casco will also host their own regional match-up on Tuesday and potentially Wednesday.

 

In girls soccer, Sturgeon Bay will host Green Bay East.

 

Golf action will feature Sevastopol facing Iola-Scandinavia at Glacier Woods Golf Course.

 

Door County Baseball League Wrap-Up


By Tim Kowols




The Door County Baseball League's three undefeated teams remained so thanks in part to timely hitting and Mother Nature.

 

Wet field conditions prevented the undefeated showdown between Kolberg and Sister Bay from getting underway, while West Jacksonport needed two runs in the bottom of the 8th to get past Egg Harbor 2-1. Washington Island got into the win column for the first time on the young season, squeaking past visiting Maplewood 4-3. Baileys Harbor broke their year-plus losing streaking, blowing past Institute 9-1.

Brewers Slam D-Backs 9-5 For Series Split


By Tim Kowols




A fourth-inning grand slam by Domingo Santana propelled the Milwaukee Brewers to a 9-5 win and a series split over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Brewers continued their hot hitting in the first inning of ballgames by plating two runs on RBIs by Hernan Perez and Manny Pina. Santana delivered the big blow of the game in the fourth inning after the Diamondbacks' Chris Ianetta doubled home a run. The Brewers would extend their lead to 8-1 before the Diamondbacks batted around in the 8th inning, scoring four runs. Travis Shaw's ground-rule double in the bottom half of the inning gave the Brewers a wanted, but ultimately unneeded insurance run.

 

The Brewers will board a plane and head to Queens for a series against the New York Mets. First pitch is set for 6:10 p.m.

Schneider, Teich Set Pace In Maifest Road Races


By Tim Kowols




Rodee Schneider took the drama out of the Maifest 10K, winning by over seven minutes with a time of 34.59. Hanna Bordeau took the women's title in the 10 K race, winning the title by over two minutes with a time of 44:52.

 

In the two mile race, John Teich won with a time of 11:07, while Olivia Stenzel's 13:37 was good for first place on the women's side.

 

Close to 300 runners participated in the pair of races. You can find the complete results here.

Anderson Takes No-Hit Bid To Eighth Inning As Brewers Down D-Backs 6-1


By Tim Kowols




Pitcher Chase Anderson found his groove again Saturday afternoon at Miller Park as he took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and helped the Milwaukee Brewers snap a five-game skid with a 6-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was a pitcher's duel between Anderson and former Brewer Zach Greinke until catcher Jett Brandy cleared the bases with a three-run double in the fourth inning. The Brewers would take on additional runs in the sixth and seventh innings thanks to a Jesus Aguilar home run and a pair of RBI singles by Domingo Santana and Eric Sogard. Anderson was lifted in the eighth after Nick Ahmed opened the stanza with a base hit. Paul Goldschmidt registered the lone RBI for the Diamondbacks with a single in the ninth. The Brewers look for a series split this afternoon at Miller Park with the first pitch coming at 1:10 p.m.

Packers Season Prep Continues Wednesday


By Tim Kowols




The Green Bay Packers will continue preparing for their 2017 campaign when many of the players return the practice field for organized team activities. One of the practices is expected to be open to the public. It expects to be a busy June for the defending NFC North champions, which will have one more set of OTAs before its mandatory minicamp begins on June 13.

 

 

Door County Baseball League Teams Hit The Diamond For Memorial Day Weekend


By Tim Kowols




Sister Bay and Kolberg will put their perfect records on the young season on the line against each other today to headline a full slate of Door County Baseball League action. West Jacksonport, also undefeated, will look to keep pace with Sister Bay and Kolberg as they host Egg Harbor. Other games today include Institute traveling to Baileys Harbor and Washington Island hosting Maplewood. All games begin at 1:30 p.m.

Door County: Kayaking and Kayak Fishing Wonderland!


By Bill Schultz




With more than 300 miles of shoreline and unmatched beauty on both the Green Bay and Lake Michigan sides of Door County, what a wonderful location for recreational kayaking and kayak fishing.  If you've never paddled the crystal-clear waters and seen the bluffs, beaches, lighthouses, villages and an amazing bird population, you're in for a treat.

 

For all kayakers, there are dozens of great launches up and down both sides of the peninsula that will get you out to all the best spots, although, there isn't a bad place to kayak in Door County.  One thing that I must stress with some recent kayak accidents is safety.  It may be a nice warm day, but, at this time of year water temps on the lake side will be in the upper 40-degree range and in the 50-degree range on Green Bay.  Be sure to wear your PFD, be aware of the weather conditions, go with someone if possible, and try to let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return.  Staying closer to shore and making sure you have your cell phone and it's protected in a waterproof bag or container is important.  If you are new to kayaking, there are several good outfitters in the county who will be happy to introduce you to the sport.

 

To all you kayak anglers, this is the best time of the year to catch and release those big Door County Smallmouth Bass.  In May and June, you will find many nice smallies close to shore in two to eight feet of water.  The Green Bay side tends to be better, with more fish, but, there are smallies up and down the lake side also.  A great presentation this time of year is the Kalin's Lunker Grub.  These and the Gopher Tackle Big Johns jigs I use can be found at Howie's Tackle in Sturgeon Bay.  My favorite are the 4" and 5" Smoke Salt and Pepper.  Threaded on the Gopher Tackle jig, you cast as far as you can and retrieve slow and steady.  Give it a try, you'll may be surprised.

 

Over the next few months, I will be touching on a variety of kayak and kayak fishing themes, including, picking the right kayak and paddles, rigging your kayak, some favorite locations to kayak and fish, best launches and more.

 

As always, if you have questions, you can email me at kayakfishingwisconsin@gmail.com.  Pro Staffs:  Jackson Kayak, Bending Branches/Aqua-Bound Paddles, Orion Coolers, St. Croix Rods, Kalin's and Malone Auto Racks.

Southern Door Eagle Softball Moves On To Sectionals With 10-0 Shutout Over Two Rivers


By Paul Schmitt




The Southern Door Eagles soared to Division 3 regional softball championship yesterday with a 10-0 shutout of the Chilton Tigers.  Southern Door scored eight runs in the fifth inning to blow out the Tigers in five innings.  Pitcher Hanna Mallien earned the win with the two-hit shutout and also went 4-4 at the plate to lead the Eagles.  Southern Door will now face Kewaunee in the sectionals on Tuesday.

Algoma Softball Claim Regional Championship With 4-0 Shutout


By Paul Schmitt




The Algoma Wolves claimed another regional championship yesterday in softball with a 6-0 shutout of Michicot. Pitcher Mikayla Haack allowed only three hits in the shutout, Haack had 12 strikeouts in a dominating performance while adding two hits at the plate.

L-C Girls Softball Drops A Regional Final To Denmark 4-2


By Paul Schmitt




The Luxemburg-Casco girls softball were shutout by #3 Denmark 4-0  in a regional final yesterday in Luxemburg.  The #2 Spartans only managed a single hit each by Dana Deterville and Alli Routhieaux.  Deterville went the distance pitching while only allowing one earned run and five hits.  Denmark will now play Shawano next week as they upset #1 Seymour.

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco Baseball Defeats West De Pere 7-2


By Paul Schmitt




The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan baseball team beat West De Pere 7-2 in a nonconference match-up on Friday afternoon.  The Spartans were led by Mason Isenberg who was a perfect 3-for-3 while knocking in two runs.  The Spartans will start up tournament play next Tuesday at home against the Denmark Vikings.  L-C is the number one seed in their regional.

L-C's Cassie Schiltz Will Play For UWGB Lady Phoenix


By Paul Schmitt




Sophomore Cassie Schiltz from Luxemburg-Casco accepted a scholarship to play basketball for the U.W.-Green Bay Lady Phoenix.  Schiltz a 5'11" guard led the Lady Spartans the past two years in scoring.  She will play under Coach Kevin Borseth and a perennial powerhouse in the Horizon League Conference while staying close to home.

Regional Softball Tournament Ends This Afternoon


By Nick Freimuth




The WIAA Regional Tournament will conclude this afternoon as four Door and Kewaunee County teams are vying for regional titles. In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco enacted the ten-run rule yesterday in a 10-0 win over Two Rivers. The #2 Spartans will play rival #3 Denmark today at 4:30 PM at L-C.

 

In Division 3, Keaunee topped Valders 4-1 yesterday. The #4 Storm will play at #1 Brillion at 4:00 PM today. Southern Door will play at Chilton at 4:30 today.

 

In Division 4, Algoma plays at Mishicot at 4:30 today. Gibraltar lost to Lourdes Academy in five innings yesterday 10-0.

 

In Division 5, Sevastopol lost 11-a at Oakfield. Mary LaPlant batted in the Pioneers' lone RBI.

Regional Baseball Recap From Thursday


By Nick Freimuth




Sevastopol needed only six innings to disband Saint Thomas Aquinas in their Division 4 regional tournament opener Thursday. Robby Pollman struck out six in five innings, including 13 first pitch strikes. Ethan Kroll had two hits and two RBI. Brent Haberli added two hits and Jacob Pflieger tallied two RBI in the win as well. Sevastopol Coach Jason Marggraf said, "We played the kind of ball we all knew this team is capable of playing. Robby pitched great, and we played rock solid defense behind him. Offensively, we put a lot of pressure on them and made things happen on the base paths."

 

In Division 3, Southern Door and Kewaunee played in close ball games but each moved on. The second seeded Eagles struggled against #7 Roncalli. They held on for a 5-3 win. The Storm beat rival Algoma 7-6 in another great game.

 

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Ends Conference Season On High Note


By Bob Desotelle




Georgia Feldman scored off a corner kick by Charlie Pollock in the 41st minute and Charlie Pollock scored in the 61st minute to lead Sturgeon Bay in their final conference game. Keeper Rebecca Osborne had five saves in goal.

 

Sturgeon Bay Coach Bob Desotelle said, "(It was a) well-played game by both teams. Our possession time was very good tonight leading to quality shots on goal. Kewaunee played with good effort all night to keep it close. Their coaches are doing a nice job. Our final game is Tuesday at home verses Green Bay East. Regional play begins Thursday night at 5:00 versus Sheboygan County Christian School."

Clippers To Send Four To State Track & Field Meet


By Mike LeRoy




Sturgeon Bay track and field saw four young men advance to the state meet with outstanding times at sectionals last night. Nic Greenlaw placed fourth in the 100 meter dash and qualified for state. The boys 4x100 relay placed third and qualified for the state meet as well with a record time. Brady Wodack, Luke Brinkman, Hayden Shefchik, and Nic Greenlaw finished in 44.00 seconds.

Jeffrey Alberts Wins Packerland Conference Player Of The Year


By Nick Freimuth




The 2017 Packerland Conference Baseball Player of the Year may be one of the most well rounded selections the conference has ever made. Jeffrey Alberts had an incredible 2017 regular season, but is twice the young man off the field. Coaches saw the (6-1) record on the mound. Alberts threw for an incredible 1.028 ERA this season. All while maxing out at 70 MPH.

 

He has earned the nickname "Greg Maddux of the Packerland Conference." Alberts is not know for his overwhelming repertoire or speed on the hill, instead his pinpoint accuracy. Painting the outside corner became his forte during his senior campaign. He helped Sturgeon Bay win an outright Packerland Conference championship by throwing a complete game shutout of rival Southern Door last week. He held Oconto to one run the week prior including 15 first pitch strikes in seven innings.

 

He batted in the three-hole for most of the season and finished with a .289 batting average. Alberts admitted he was never a guy that was going to hit one out of the park but could make solid contact. In short, he did all the little things well on the mound, at the plate and on the base paths.

 

Alberts was a true student of the game. Regardless of the season, Alberts was all in watching wide receiver routes, timing his delivery to the plate or comparing his stat line to some of the great pitchers in Major league Baseball.

 

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Jeffrey will be attending the University of Madison in the fall. He graduates Sturgeon Bay with a 4.058 GPA and regardless of his major (A direct admit into the Madison School of Business) Alberts will be great at it. Alberts is known for his electric smile, confidence and infectious character. A true team captain in every sense of the term, Alberts will lace it up next Tuesday in a regional semi-final against the winner of Valders and Chilton. It is unknown if he will pitch or be saved for Luxemburg-Casco the following night in the regional final. Sturgeon Bay got caught trying to save their ace (Alberts) last year and lost their regional opener one year ago. Alberts said he would like to throw in the opening game of the tournament.

 

Alberts was a three-sport athlete through his junior year. He elected to focus on the Packerland Conference champion Math Team his senior year for his "winter sport." In football Alberts was voted all-conference defensive back his junior and senior seasons. He was also second team all-conference pitcher last year.

 

It is rare that a play-by-play announcer admires a young man's work off the field more than his on-field successes. In this case, I cannot stop thinking about all the smiles Alberts evoked from teammates, coaches, radio personalities and opponents. This young man is a rare talent and one that I will certainly miss covering as the Class of 2018 trots on to the field next year.

 

To listen to Jeffrey Alberts' entire Player of the Year interview click on the audio link below:

 



 

All Packerland Conference Golf Teams Announced


By Mike Holtz




1ST TEAM

 

NAME                                    SCHOOL                     YEAR             

Brandon Forbes                      Sturgeon Bay                          Senior

Trevor Jacobson                     Sturgeon Bay                          Senior

Trevor Linskens                      Southern Door                       Junior

Nathan Surges                        Gibraltar                                   Senior

Jacob Welsing                        Sevastopol                               Junior

Andrew Westphal                   Oconto                                    Sophomore

 

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

 

NAME                             SCHOOL                  YEAR                         

Andrew Westphal                Oconto                         Sophomore

All-Packerland Conference Softball Teams Announced


By Mike Holtz




1ST TEAM

 

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Becky Berth                              Oconto                                      Senior               Unanimous

Mikayla Haack                           Algoma                                     Junior

 

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Hailey Geyer                             Southern Door                           Senior

Morgan Durand                          Oconto                                      Sophomore

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Brooke Geier                             Kewaunee                                 Senior

Jasey Jicha                               Oconto                                      Senior

Gabby Atkins                            Southern Door                           Junior

Megan Pavlik                             Southern Door                           Senior

Emma Hipke                             Oconto                                      Senior

Morgan Meerstein                      NEW Lutheran                           Senior

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Erin Tadych                               Southern Door                           Junior

Ellen Sohrweide             Oconto                                      Sophomore

Lauryn Nerenhausen                  Oconto                                      Junior

Courtney Vandenplas                 Kewaunee                                 Junior

 

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Ellie Olsen                                Kewaunee                                 Senior

 

 

 

2ND TEAM

 

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Hanna Mallien                            Southern Door                           Senior

Lexi Wery                                 Southern Door                           Sophomore

 

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Elizabeth Lauscher                    Kewaunee                                 Senior

Makayla Guilette                        Algoma                                     Sophomore

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Alyson Nerenhausen                  Oconto                                      Senior

Alexis Tulachka                         Kewaunee                                 Junior

Grace LeGrave                           Southern Door                           Sophomore

Talia Tupa                                 Gibraltar                                    Senior

Andi Rockendorf                        Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

Chloie Spitzer                            Algoma                                     Freshman

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Tehya Bertrand                          Southern Door                           Sophomore

Halle Vardon                              Algoma                                     Junior

Gracee Abeyta                          Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

Ida Whitney                               Gibraltar                                    Junior

 

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Karina Naze                              Algoma                                     Junior

 

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Taylor Natzke                            NEW Lutheran                           Senior

Hailey Jorgenson                       Gibraltar                                    Senior

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Hannah Wusterbarth                  Oconto                                      Freshman

Emersyn Wallace                      Algoma                                     Freshman

Mary Laplant                             Sevastopol                                Senior

Dawn Pettyjohn                         NEW Lutheran                           Junior

Riley Haleen                              Gibraltar                                    Senior

Sarah Bridenhagen                     Sturgeon Bay                            Freshman

Payton Pluff                               Gibraltar                                    Sophomore

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Mandy Plaszkiewicz                  Sevastopol                                Senior

Morgan Nelson                          Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

 

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

 

NAME                                     SCHOOL                                YEAR                          POSITION

Becky Berth                              Oconto                                      Senior                           Pitcher

All-Packerland Conference Baseball Teams Announecd


By Mike Holtz




2017 ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS BASEBALL TEAM

 

1ST TEAM

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Jeffrey Alberts                            Sturgeon Bay                            Senior               Unanimous

Ernie Erickson                           Gibraltar                                    Senior

Tory Jandrin                               Southern Door                           Senior

 

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Connor Brennan             Gibraltar                                    Senior               Unanimous

Zach Marchant                           Southern Door                           Senior

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Bennett Frazer                           Oconto                                      Sophomore        Unanimous

Nick LeCaptain                          Southern Door                           Senior               Unanimous

Cody Bultman                            Kewaunee                                 Junior

Jake Krueger                             Oconto                                      Junior

Jaeger Brusky                           Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Anthony Moore                          Sturgeon Bay                            Junior                Unanimous

Casey Weddig                           Gibraltar                                    Senior               Unanimous

Lucas Bukowski                                    NEW Lutheran                           Sophomore

Trevor Haasch                            Algoma                                     Senior

 

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Mitchell Lynch                           NEW Lutheran                           Senior

 

 

 

2ND TEAM

 

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Tony Marquardt                          Oconto                                      Junior

Jared VanBramer                       Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

Kody Kissinger                          Southern Door                           Senior

Trevor Reinhardt             Gibraltar                                    Sophomore

 

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Harry Hintz                                Oconto                                      Senior

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Jake Moeller                              Sturgeon Bay                            Senior

Adam Gutschow                        Southern Door                           Junior

Derik LeCaptain                         Southern Door                           Sophomore

Alex Johnson                             Gibraltar                                    Senior

Jared Reinhardt                          Gibraltar                                    Senior

Balin Welch                               Oconto                                      Junior

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Ben Johnson                             Gibraltar                                    Junior

River Pawelski                           Southern Door                           Senior

Ryan Jacobson                          Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

Parker Anderson                        Oconto                                      Senior

 

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Lucas Stenzel                           Sevastopol                                Senior

 

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

 

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Brandon Emery-Janzen              Gibraltar                                    Senior

Andrew Richard                         Kewaunee                                 Junior

Casey Stangel                           Algoma                                     Senior

 

 

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Tanner DeGrave             Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

 

 

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Wes Gallenberger                      Kewaunee                                 Senior

Brock Reisler                             NEW Lutheran                           Senior

 

 

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Lincoln Barta                             Kewaunee                                 Junior

Joe Burlo                                   Gibraltar                                    Senior

Beau Schartner                          Southern Door                           Senior

 

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Trent Ehlers                               Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

 

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

 

 

NAME                                     SCHOOL                                YEAR                          POSITION

Jeffrey Alberts                            Sturgeon Bay                            Senior                           Pitcher

Regional Softball Rescheduling


By Pat Blizel & Jen Wiesner




The Sturgeon Bay vs. Howards Grove WIAA Regional Softball game was rescheduled for this afternoon at 3:00 at Brillion due to rain Wednesday.  The winner of the Howards Grove and Sturgeon Bay game will then play the #1 Seed Brillion 30 minutes after the end of the first game.

 

Oakfield's Athletic Director was forced to call of Wednesday's Regional Softball as well. They worked on their diamond yesterday morning, but the recent rain made the field unplayable. Sevastopol will make the trip today instead for their regional semi-final against Oakfield for a 4:30 pm start time.

Sturgeon Bay Cal Ripken Baseball Wedensday


By Nick Freimuth




Sturgeon Bay Cal Ripken League Lions lost the lead late in a 1-0 defeat to Red Room on Wednesday.  The game was tied at zero with Red Room batting in the top of the fifth when The Lions uncorked a wild pitch, scoring one run.

 

The pitching was strong on both sides. Red Room pitchers struck out 12, while the Lions sat down 14.

 

Red Room was held to four hits while the Lions only had three.

Wednesday Night Major League Softball Results


By Chris Ranly




On Wednesday night, Sturgeon Bay Major League Softball braved the brisk weather in their second game of the season.  Jim Olson Motors remains undefeated (2-0) as the Cut Hut and State Farm both racked up their first losses of the season (1-1).  The Lions remain (0-2) despite close games in their first two match-ups.



State Farm defeated the Lions 6-4 with Bethany Paye and Colbi Jacquet both pitching two innings each.  Bethany Paye was the leading hitter, batting 2x3.  McKenize Fish and Bree Rivera also pitched two innings each for the Lions.  It was tied for most of their battle until State Farm scored two runs ending the game after four innings.



Jim Olson Motors broke out to an early lead in their win against the Cut Hut.  Chloe Lustila's pitching was tough for the Cut Hut to handle.  Dispite a late rally, the Cut Hut fell to Jim Olson Motors 8-4.  Erin Griep showed a strong arm for the Cut Hut pitching 3 of 4 innings.  Both Kinsey Nellis and Erin Griep ended up with doubles before time expired after 4 1/2 innings.



Major league softball continues at 5:00 PM on May 31st with Jim Olson Motors at the Lions and at 6:30 PM the Cut Hut will play State Farm.  All Major League Softball games take place at PBI field in Sturgeon Bay.



Standings:


Jim Olson 2-0

Cut Hut 1-1

State Farm 1-1

Lions 0-2

Wednesday Night Major League Softball Results


By Chris Ranly




Yesterday evening major league softball teams braved the brisk weather in their second game of the season.  Jim Olson Motors remains undefeated (2-0) as the Cut Hut and State Farm both racked up their first losses of the season (1-1).  The Lions remain 0-2 despite close games in their first two match-ups.


State Farm defeated the Lions 6-4 with Bethany Paye and Colbi Jacquet both pitching two innings each.  Bethany Paye was the leading hitter, batting 2-3.  McKenize Fish and Bree Rivera also pitched 2 innings each for the Lions.  It was tied for most of their battle until State Farm scored two runs ending the game after 4 innings.



Jim Olson Motors broke out to an early lead in their win against the Cut Hut.  Chloe Lustila's pitching was tough for the Cut Hut to handle.  Dispite a late rally, the Cut Hut fell to Jim Olson Motors 8-4.  Erin Griep showed a strong arm for the Cut Hut pitching 3 of 4 innings.  Both Kinsey Nellis and Erin Griep ended up with doubles before time expired after 4 1/2 innings.



Major league softball continues at 5:00PM on May 31st with Jim Olson Motors at the Lions and at 6:30PM the Cut Hut will play State Farm.  All major league softball games take place at PBI field in Sturgeon Bay.



Standings:


Jim Olson 2-0

Cut Hut 1-1

State Farm 1-1

Lions 0-2

Softball Regionals Underway


By Nick Freimuth




Rain has been the biggest winner of the WIAA Regional Softball tournament so far. Only a couple games have been played and Door and Kewaunee County school have fared extremely well. Algoma, Southern Door and Sevastopol have all won their opening round games and are moving on in the tournament. Gibraltar, Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco will play their first games of the regional tournament tonight/this afternoon weather permitting.

 

On Tuesday, Sevastopol earned a "Mercy Rule" victory over Living World Lutheran. A 17-5 win propels them into a regional semi-final game against #1 seed Oakfield this afternoon in Division 5.

 

Algoma topped St. Mary Catholic 5-1 Tuesday and will play in a regional final Friday against an opponent to be determined. Also in Division 4, Gibraltar is waiting to play their opening round regional quarterfinal game against Stockbridge/Hilbert today.

 

Southern Door beat #6 seed New Holstein 4-1 yesterday. The #3 seed Eagles will match up in a regional final Friday against likely opponent Chilton, a #2 seed. Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee will each play their opening round games this afternoon if weather allows.

 

In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco will play Two Rivers today in a regional semi-final match up.

Lions Defeat Rotary In Cal Ripken Baseball


By Jim Valley




In Sturgeon Bay Cal Ripken League Baseball, the Lions defeated Rotary 7-4 thanks to a strong start.  The Lions scored on a double by Curt Meyer Jr. and a double by Jack Deyoung in the first inning. They added four more runs in the third inning. Rotary was able to score three runs in the fourth inning to keep the game close.

Jonathon Alshwede led the Lions with a home run. A single by Jack Deyoung and a double by Taylor Schaefer were other highlights for the Lions in a 12-hit performance. Curt Meyer Jr, Jack Deyoung and Derrick Schinkgton each collected multiple hits for the Sturgeon Bay Cal Ripken League Lions.

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Sports New Uniforms In Shutout Win


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay varsity girls soccer beat Sevastopol/Gibraltar 7-0 in conference play at Dick Clark Field Monday. Scoring a hat trick was Anna Fischer, Charlie Pollock netted two goals and Maddy Starr and Georgia Feldman had one each.

 

The Clippers netted three in the first half and four in the final half. Keeper Rebecca Osborne had fives saves in the shutout win. "We scored twice tonight on set pieces tonight, a nice trend heading to regionals. Stephanie Jones had two perfect crosses leading goals and Georgia Feldman displayed her strong leg in a back post drive which scored in the 89th minute.

 

"Sevastopol/Gibraltar opened the game with a good energy and determination, but solid play by our mid fielders Moriah Grahl, Georgia Feldman and Kenzie Blau controlled the Middle of the field and turned this game around. Defensively we continue to play well. We visit Kewaunee Thursday for our final conference game of the year." Coach Bob Desotelle

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Wins Packerland Conference Championship


By Nick Freimuth - Photo By Jamie Moore




It has been a good spring for Sturgeon Bay High School athletics. After the track and field repeated as conference champions last week, the baseball team followed suit last night. The Clippers shutout Southern Door 4-0 in the Town of Gardner behind a complete game shutout by Jeffrey Alberts, The Clippers saw Mitch Jackson knock in three of the four runs in a stellar day at the plate. Trent Ehlers, Ryan Jacobsen and Max Bordeau all had multi-hit games as well.

 

Sevastopol played a non-conference game Tuesday. They fell to Mishicot 5-2. Lucas Stenzel had two hits in the loss. Brent Haberli struck out three in three innings on the mound.

Southern Door Softball Regional Rescheduled to THIS AFTERNOON

The Southern Door softball regional game versus New Holstein has been moved up from Wednesday to todato help New Holstein resolve a conflict they have with another school event.  In the event the game is postponed due to weather, it will be played on Wednesday as originally scheduled. (Memo sent by Nick Brylla)

Canadian Team Takes 27th Annual Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament


By Nick Freimuth




Mark Labitka and Dave Bennett from Ontario, Canada won the 2017 Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament with a five-pound average. There total weight of 50.85 pounds for the two-day tournament earned them a $7,000 cash payout plus a $40,000 Ranger Boat and Mercury Motor combo.

 

Second place weighed in at 48.52 pounds. The big bass of the weekend was 6.78 pounds.

Dave Bouche, Randy LeMieux Jr. & Scott Boulanger Victorious In Hill Return


By Edward Anschutz




Racing has officially returned to the Hill with 21 Stock Cars, 23 Sport Mods and 24 Street Stocks. 4-Time Stock Car Champion Dave Bouche led all 18 laps en route to another feature win at The Hill. Other feature winners were Randy LeMieux Jr.-Sport Mod, Scott Boulanger-Street Stock and Tory Peterson-Baby Bomber. PKS3 thanks all the fans, drivers and crews for coming out and making opening night a success.

 

Draw Redraw put the defending Stock Car Track Champion Dave Bouche on the pole for the 18 lap main event. Dave set the pace pulling away from Tony Bouche in the early going. A lone caution on lap 7 bunched the field. On the restart Tony and Trent Nolan ran on the bumper of Dave but as the race progressed, Dave found his groove and pulled away to a convincing win. Tony was second with Nolan third, Jamie Suchocki and Larry Karz completed the top five.

 

Dennis Miesler paced the opening laps of the Sport Mod feature until Luxemburg champ Randy LeMieux Jr. slid by for the top spot on lap 4. Jared Siefert made his return to the open wheel class borrowing Brandon Kaye's racer. Siefert secured second with a handful of laps remaining but it wasn't enough as LeMieux led the rest of the way to the checkers. Siefert was the runner-up, Miesler took third, Tom Stark took fourth and Sawyer Haese rounded out the top 5. Luxemburg Speedway promoter Eric Mahlik strapped himself into John Hill's Street Stock for the first time. Mahlik made a daring 3-wide pass on the opening lap of the feature to take the lead. Scott Boulanger sped through the field, closing in on Mahlik as the laps clicked by. Mahlik hit heavy lap traffic allowing Boulanger to make his move, slicing by Mahlik on the white flag lap. Boulanger led the final circuit on his way to victory lane. Mahlik had to settle for second, Dave DeGrave was third, Clint Evans was fourth and Aaron Thornton battled from 18th to place fifth.

 

Despite there being only 3 Baby Bombers on hand it may have been the race of the night. DJ Jorgeson was checked out and had the win in hand but his car broke a front axle ending his chances. This handed the lead over to Tory Peterson as Alex Van Boxel gave chase. Van Boxel looked inside Peterson as they entered turn 3 and heavy contact was made, sending Peterson rolling. Van Boxel was excused for the incident and the win went to Peterson.

 

The next night of racing will take place on Sunday June 11 with a 2pm start time.

 

FEATURE, HEAT & LCQ RESULTS 18 LAP STOCK CAR FEATURE: 1. Dave Bouche, Algoma; 2. Tony Bouche, Algoma; 3. Trent Nolan, Shawano; 4. Jamie Suchocki, Forestville; 5. Larry Karcz, Pulaski HEAT 1) Darren Otto, Seymour; D. Bouche; 2) T. Bouche; Kevin Luedtke, Sturgeon Bay; 3) Billy LeMiuex, Sturgeon Bay; Karcz

 

18 LAP SPORT MOD FEATURE: 1. Randy LeMieux Jr., Sturgeon Bay; 2. Jared Siefert, Luxemburg; 3. Dennis Miesler, Casco; 4. Tom Stark, Egg Harbor; 5. Sawyer Haese, New Franken HEAT 1) Stark; Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay; 2) Craig Dorner, Luxemburg; Cody Rass, Sturgeon Bay; 3) LeMieux Jr.; Siefert LCQ 1) Shawn Umentum, Green Bay; Marcus Moede, Algoma

 

18 LAP STREET STOCK FEATURE: 1. Scott Boulanger, DuVall; 2. Eric Mahlik, Green Bay; 3. Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg; 4. Clint Evans, Northpoint; 5. Aaron Thornton, Maplewood HEAT 1) Boulanger; Nikki Carter, Greenleaf; 2) DeGrave; Allen Dillen, Two Rivers; 3) Mike Carter, Greenleaf; Josh Novak, Neenah LCQ 1) Travis LeMaye, Sturgeon Bay; Jordan Parma, Kewaunee

 

10 LAP BABY BOMBER FEATURE: 1. Tory Peterson, Sturgeon Bay; 2. Alex Van Boxel, Green Bay; 3. DJ Joregenson, Shawano

Luxemburg-Casco Girls Soccer Splits Two games In Quad


By Paul Schmitt




The Luxemburg-Casco girls soccer team hosted the L-C Quad yesterday and came away with a split.  In the first game, the Spartans shutout Shawano 5-0 as Liz Benson scored three goals.  MiKayla Srnka earned the shutout in the net as she had four saves.

In the second game, Luxemburg-Casco battled to a 3-3 tie with Iron Mountain.  Benson again led the Spartans with two goals and Kate Delcore added the other one.

Brewers-Cubs Game Rained Out Saturday


By Paul Schmitt




The Chicago Cubs postponed a game scheduled for Saturday afternoon against the Milwaukee Brewers.  Projected rains were forecast and the decision was made in the morning.  The game will be made up in a July series.  The two teams will try to get Sunday's scheduled game in with first pitch planned for 1:20 p.m. at Wrigley Field.  The Brewers (25-18) took game one of the series Friday 6-3 and lead the Central Division by 2.5 games over the St. Louis Cardinals and 3 games over the Cubs.

High School Sports Calendar For Saturday


By Tim Kowols




Area high school teams are winding down their season's in advance of upcoming WIAA tournaments. The schedule may be getting a little more sparse, but there is still plenty of action going on around the peninsula on Saturday.

 

LUXEMBURG-CASCO
Soccer: Iron Mountain, Shawano, Community, and Sheboygan Falls at home
Softball: @Stevens Point

 

ALGOMA
Baseball: St. Thomas Aquinas Academy at home
Track: WIAA Regional at home

 

GIBRALTAR
Baseball: Green Bay NEW Lutheran at home

 

KEWAUNEE
Track: WIAA Regionals at Two Rivers
Soccer: @Valders

 

STURGEON BAY
Softball: Invite at Oakfield vs. Horicon, Kewaskum, Lomira, Oakfield, and Random Lake

Fishing Set For Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament


By Tim Kowols




Anglers will be heading out onto the waters the next two days for the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. The only question is where. Tournament officials were going to host a mandatory meeting at 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning to discuss specifics, but it was canceled. The tournament's Kids Day will still take place, an event you can attend for free or tune into on 96.7 WBDK from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Spartans Tops Raiders 7-3


By Tim Kowols




Just a day after they captured their conference crown and a bye in the WIAA baseball playoffs, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeating the Pulaski Red Raiders 7-3 in non-conference action. Kyle Routhieaux collected three RBIs with a pair of doubles and another hit while Austin Tlachac and Jordan Jorgensen each drove in a run on a pair of hits. That would be all the support Austin Yagodinski, who went the distance while giving up three runs, with two of them earned.

 

 

Brewers Beat Cubs 6-3 In Water-Logged Game


By Tim Kowols




It took over five hours for the game to be decided, but the Milwaukee Brewers ultimately beat the Chicago Cubs in the series opener at Wrigley Field 6-3.

 

Jett Bandy opened the scoring in the first inning with a two-run single to drive in Eric Sogard and Eric Thames. The Cubs would take a brief lead in the third inning after catcher Wilson Contreas drove in two of his own, but the Brewers recaptured it before a two hour rain delay hit Wrigley Field following an Orlando Arcia single and a bases-loaded walk to Jesus Aguilar. Domingo Santana would take the drama out of it when play resumed after he knocked in two more runs on a single. The Brewers forced 10 walks and three errors in the game.

Sturgeon Bay & Gibraltar Baseball Close Out Conference Schedule With Big Wins


By Nick Freimuth




Gibraltar put together a great game Thursday to hand Algoma a 9-6 defeat as the regular season comes to a close in high school baseball. Trevor Reinhardt pitched six quality innings. He struck out six and allowed only four earned runs. Casey Weddig and Jared Reinhardt each had two hits for the Vikings. Seth Johnson went 3x4 with two runs scored. The Wolves were led by Casey Stangel and Casey Nelson. Each had two hits in the loss.

 

Jared VanBramer struck out four in a complete game performance for Sturgeon Bay Thursday. The Clippers topped Kewaunee 4-1. Mitch Jackson and Max Bordeau each had an RBI in the win.

Racing Returns To The Hill Raceway Sunday 


By Edward Anschutz




 

After sitting vacant last summer the Sturgeon Bay racetrack is ready to fire the engines and drop the green flag on its 2017 season. Opening night is set for Sunday May 21with a start time of 2pm. Draw cutoff is 1:30pm gates open at 11:30am. Draw Redraw format will set the lineups for the first night.

 

Stock Cars, Sport Mods, Street Stocks and the new Baby Bombers will be in action. The Enduro Class has been renamed to the Baby Bombers. The night will be brought to you by NAPA Auto Parts of Door County with a live broadcast by WBDK. Dan and Mary Lewis will be on hand for all your photo needs.

 

Admission to the Grandstands: $10 for Adults. Ages 12 and under are FREE. To honor those who have or are currently fighting for our country, we're offering retired or active service members FREE grandstand admission with military I.D. as a small token of our appreciation.

Pit Admission: $25 for Adults. Ages 12 and under is $15 with guardian.

 

Our 2017 schedule is as follows:

*Sunday May 21 Opener 2pm start

*Sunday June 11

*Saturday June 24

*Sunday July 9

*Friday July 14

*Friday July 21

*Thursday August 3 Door County Fair start time TBA

 

*Saturday September 2 Championship Night

 

Sunday Races: Gates open at 11:30am with racing at 2pm

 

Saturday Races: Gates open at 3:30pm with racing at 6pm

 

Friday Races: Gates open at 4:30pm with racing at 7pm

 

The Hill Raceway is located at John Miles Park in Sturgeon Bay, WI. GPS address 812 N. 14th Avenue. To stay up to date on current events please head over to Facebook and give The Hill Raceway page a "LIKE".

Clippers Soccer Team Falls To New Holstein


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay girls soccer lost to New Holstein 3-1 Thursday afternoon. The Huskies scored in the 44th minute (Kayla Gruelig) to lead 1-0 at Half. Julia Danes made it 2-0 before Sturgeon Bay's Charlie Pollock made it 2-1. A late score New Holstein's Hannah Krupp finished the scoring 3-1.

 

Clippers Coach Bob Desotelle said, "We played a talented team and kept this one close. Although we had several 1v1's on their keeper, we came up short on the score. Charlie Pollocks score was a beautiful back post drive the keeper never had a play on. All three of NH's scores were quality shots. They have a potent offense. While our defense played well, NH needed only small miscues to score. Sophomore Ella Pinkert got her first start of the year and had an outstanding game as a mid fielder and classmate Caitlyn Smith provided some quality minutes too. We next play Sevastopol/Gilbraltar at home Monday at 4:30."

Friday Events For Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament Cancelled


By Tim Kowols




Rough water due to high winds is to blame for the cancellation of Friday fishing during the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. Saturday's slate of activities, including Kid's Day, is expected to go on as scheduled.

Door, Kewaunee County High School In For Busy Thursday


By Tim Kowols




You will not have to go far for a high school sporting event Thursday as the regular season begins to wind down before regional, sectional, and state tournament action begins. Here's a schedule of today's local games:

 

Baseball: Fox Valley Lutheran at Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee at Sturgeon Bay, Oconto at Southern Door, Algoma at Gibraltar, NEW Lutheran at Sevastopol

Softball: Clintonville at Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee at Sturgeon Bay, Oconto at Southern Door, Algoma at Gibraltar, NEW Lutheran at Sevastopol

Girls Soccer: Roncalli at Kewaunee, Valders at Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay at New Holstein

Boys Tennis: Waupun at Kewaunee

Track & Field: Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay at Sevastopol Meet

Brewers Back In First Place In The NL Central


By Nick Freimuth




After a two-run ninth inning, Milwaukee moved into sole possession of first place in the NL Central Wednesday night with a 3-1 win over the Padres. Travis Shaw singled in a run in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to eight games. The scoring stopped for the Brewers until the top of the ninth when Jet Bandy singled in Shaw for the game-winning run.

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Picking Up Steam As Regionals Approach


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay beat N.E.W. Lutheran 5-2 Tuesday in Packerland Conference girls soccer. The Blazers jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on goals by Afton Wenger in the fifth minute and Abby Czaja in the 16th minute. But the Clippers responded with goals by Kenzie Blau in the 22nd minute, Charlie Pollock in the 31st minute and Caitlyn Smith in the 40th minute for a 3-2 score at half.

 

In the second half Charlie Pollock scored her second goal in the 51st minute and Anna Fischer scored in the 53rd minute to end scoring.

 

Coach Bob Desotelle said, "We knew N.E.W. had some players coming into this game and got ourselves in an early deficit before making a few defensive adjustments. Offensively we still need to improve in the attacking third of the field, but we are proud of the team's resilience when down a couple. We stayed focused and organized in our attacks. Defensively, our adjustments worked well. Again, seniors Vanessa Ortiz and Ashton Spritka played very well. It was good to see Pollock, Blau and Fischer get going tonight. We have a tough match Thursday against New Holstein."

Brewers Back To Their Winning Ways


By Nick Freimuth




A five-run first inning was more than enough to sink the Padres Tuesday night. The Milwaukee Brewers got it done without injured players Jett Bandy, Ryan Braun and Eric Thames. Manny Pina stayed hot at the plate and tallied two more RBI. Jesus Aguilar, Domingo Santana, Eric Sogard and pitcher Jimmy Nelson accounted for the other runs batted in.

 

Nelson lasted six innings, struck out eight, allowed seven hits and two earned runs.

Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar & Algoma Win Close Games Monday


By Nick Freimuth




Sturgeon Bay took a giant step towards claiming at least a share of the Packerland Conference Baseball title Monday. A 2-1 win over front-running Oconto included an incredible game from Jeffrey Alberts. The senior tossed seven innings for the Clippers. He threw 15 first pitch strikes and struck out three in the victory. Alberts also knocked in an RBI. Ryan Jacobson had the other RBI for Sturgeon Bay.

 

Gibraltar and Kewaunee locked up in the most exciting game in the Packerland Conference Monday. The Vikings held off the Storm 11-10 thanks in part to Joe Burlo's four runs scored. Jared Reinhardt touched home plate three times in the win. He also singled, doubled, walked and knocked in one RBI. Brandon Emery-Janzen was the winning pitcher. Trevor Reinhardt earned the save.

 

Algoma shutout Sevastopol 2-0 Monday. Casey Stangel struck out eight in complete game shutout. He opposed Robby Pollman who also pitched extremely well. Pollman struck out seven in six innings. Jaden Sawyer had three hits to lead Algoma.

Algoma Softball Eases Past Sevastopol


By Amber Schubert




Algoma scored eight runs in the fifth on its way to an 11-1 victory over Sevastopol on Monday. The Wolves big inning included hits by Mikayla Haack, Missy Srnka and Karina Naze. Algoma accumulated 11 hits in the game. Srnka, Naze, Halle Vardon, Chloie Spitzer and Haack each finished with multiple hits.

 

Haack also earned the win in the pitcher's circle. She tossed six innings while striking out ten, Surrendering just one run and allowing three hits.

 

Sevastopol had five hits in total. Brauer and LaPlant each had multi-hit games.

What A Home Stand For The Brewers


By Nick Freimuth




Winners of six out  of seven on their latest home stand, the Milwaukee Brewers have been one of the most explosive teams in Major League Baseball this season. After trailing 7-1 in the sixth inning, Milwaukee stormed back Sunday to sweep the Mets 11-9. The series sweep kept the Brewers just one game back of the Cardinals in the National League Central at (21-17).

 

Catcher Many Pina was Sunday's hero. He tallied three RBI including the game-winning home run in the bottom of the eighth inning. A performance that got him a Gatorade shower during his post game interview from his teammates.

 

Jonathan Villar, Hernan Perez and Domingo Santana all had multi-hit performances as well on Sunday. The Brewers open a seven-game road trip in San Diego tonight at 9:10 PM CST. They will play four games on the West Coast before opening a three-game series with the Cubs at Wrigley Field Friday night.

Preparation An Important Factor In Kayak Safety On The Water


By Paul Schmitt




With the drowning of two kayakers off Cave Point recently and National Boating Safety Awareness Week coming up soon, Kayak Fishing Professional  Bill Schultz shares important safety tips for those venturing out on the waters in and around Door County.  Schultz shares the important items to take along before launching his kayak offshore including a personal floatation device (PFP).

 



 

Schultz says carrying your cellphone inside a plastic bag to protect from water and letting someone else know where and when you plan to kayak are two other things to remember before heading out on the water in your kayak.  Schultz will once again have a weekly series all summer long on Kayaking and Kayak fishing starting on Memorial Day weekend.

Spartans Baseball and Softball Roll To Victories Friday


By Paul Schmitt




The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans crushed the Sturgeon Bay Clippers in a non-conference baseball game Friday afternoon at Memorial Field in Sturgeon Bay.  The Spartans jumped out to an early 8-2 lead and never looked back.

The L-C Spartan girls softball team blew out Little Chute 12-2 Friday as well in a Northeastern Conference matchup.  Cassie Dart went four for four and scored three runs to lead the Spartans.

Brewers Blast By Mets 7-4


By Paul Schmitt




The Milwaukee Brewers hit four home runs and cruised to a 7-4 victory over the New York Mets Friday night at Miller Park.  Shortstop Eric Sogart who was just recalled from the minor leagues blasted a two run home run and walked twice to lead the Brewers.  Hernon Perez also homered and had three hits for the crew.  Starting pitcher Matt Garza pitched six strong innings allowing only two runs and the Brewers moved two games above .500 for the second time this year.  The Brewers and Mets will face off again tonight at Miller Park with game time set for 6:10 p.m.

Gibraltar & Southern Door Both Winners Thursday In Varsity Baseball


By Nick Freimuth




The race for the Packerland Conference title has been an extremely close one all season. After Thursday night's 5-1 win for Gibraltar over Sturgeon Bay, things got even more interesting. When the week started, the Clippers held a one-game lead over Southern Door and Gibraltar. That lead is gone. All three schools have two losses on the season and Oconto is just a game back.

 

The Vikings got a great outing out of Ernie Erickson on the hill. The Viking pitched a complete game and allowed just one run while striking out five. Connor Brennan had two hits and an RBI in the win. Trevor Reinhardt and Ben Johnson also knocked in runs. Jeffrey Alberts lasted five and two-thirds innings and struck out five in the loss.

 

Southern Door eased past Sevastopol 12-4. Kody Kissinger pitched five solid innings and struck out seven for the Eagles. Derik LeCaptain had three hits, Tyler Kroll added two  and Adam Gutschow tallied three RBI in the win. Lucas Stenzel had two hits and two RBI to lead Sevastopol. Brent Haberli also accounted for an RBI for the Pioneers.

Clippers Soccer Sails Past Roncalli Thursday


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay beat visiting Roncalli 10-0 in a game shortened by the mercy rule in the 76th minute. Scoring four goals for the Clippers was Madison Start. Charlie Pollock added two goals and Anna Fischer, Kenzie Blau, Stephanie Jones and Sarah Pabich all scored one goal apiece. Coach Bob Desotelle said, "We were able to give our subs some extended playing time today. Everyone play well."

Packers First Pick Signs Contract


By Green Bay Packers




The Green Bay Packers have signed corner back Kevin King. The signing was announced Thursday by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations.

 

King was the first pick of the second round of this year's NFL Draft. He adds height at 6'3" and incredible speed. The 200-pound University of Washington player will likely have an immediate impact on the Packers defensive secondary next season.

Brewers Tally 13 Hits In Win Over Red Sox Wednesday


By Nick Freimuth




The Milwaukee Brewers won their third straight game Wednesday night. A decisive 7-4 victory featured 13 hits and not a single home run for the league leaders in long balls. Milwaukee was aggressive on the base paths and scored twice by forcing throwing errors by the Red Sox catcher.

 

Keon Broxton settled in nicely at lead-off. He had two hits and scored two runs for the 'Brew Crew.' Eric Thames, Travis Shaw, Domingo Santana and Hernan Perez all had multi-hit games. Ryan Braun did leave the game after his second at bat with a reported calf injury. He will likely be available to pinch hit today if the Brewers need him.

 

Milwaukee will look for the three-game sweep with first pitch from Miller Park today scheduled for 12:10 PM.

 

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Spartans Crush Little Chute In Girls Soccer


By Tracy Bins




Luxemburg-Casco (10-2, 5-0) beat Little Chute 10-1 at home Tuesday. Kate Delcore scored four goals and had one assist. Liz Benson scored three goals and had two assists. Kamryn Koss scored two goals and had three assists. Brynn Holzworth added a goal and Esther Frontuto had an assist. Nicole Sanderfoot scored the lone goal for Little Chute.

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Wins Big Over Gibraltar/Sevastopol


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay beat Gibraltar/Sevastopol 3-0 in varsity girls soccer Tuesday night. Anna Fischer scored the first goal in the 40th minute on a mishandled ball by the keeper. In the 62nd minute, Fischer again scored. Jena Auguston assisted on both goals. Finally, Jena Auguston scored in the 80th minute off a corner kick.

 

Rebecca Osborne had three saves for Sturgeon Bay and Lilly Birmingham had 10 for "Vikineers". Clippers Coach Bob Desotelle said, "This was a solid game for our defense led by Vanessa Ortiz and Ashton Spritka. We played better tonight offensively, but still need to clean things up in the attacking third of the field. Good effort all the way around. Next we play Roncalli at home Thursday."

Sevastopol Baseball's Comeback Bid Falls Just Short


By Nick Freimuth




Sevastopol came up one-run short (8-7) of N.E.W. Lutheran in varsity baseball Tuesday afternoon. Johnny Jorns led the team with two hits, Zach Christiansen tallied three RBI and Robby Pollman pitched four innings with two strikeouts.

Pioneers Coach Jason Marggraf said, "We were a little shaky behind our (pitchers). Robbie came in and really kept us in the game to allow us to get back after it a little bit. One bad inning really cost us, but I was really proud of the way the guys battled back. This team has a lot of good baseball in them. We just need to put together a complete game."

The Pioneers gave up seven runs in the top of the fourth inning.

 

Packers Release Preseason Game Times & Dates


By Green Bay Packers




The dates and kickoff times of the 65-game NFL preseason schedule were announced Tuesday, beginning with the annual NFL/Hall of Fame Game between the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals in Canton, Ohio on Thursday night, August 3. The Packers will open and close the preseason at Lambeau Field. Opening night for Packers fans will be Thursday, August 10 at 7:00 PM against the Philadelphia Eagles.



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WEEK 1
DAYDATEVISITORHOMELOCALCST
ThursdayAug. 10Philadelphia EaglesatGreen Bay Packers7:00 PM (CST)7:00 PM
WEEK 2
DAYDATEVISITORHOMELOCALCST
SaturdayAug. 19Green Bay PackersatWashington Redskins7:30 PM (ET)6:30 PM
WEEK 3 
DAYDATEVISITORHOMELOCALCST
SaturdayAug. 26Green Bay PackersatDenver Broncos7:00 PM (MT)8:00 PM
WEEK 4 
DAYDATEVISITORHOMELOCALCST
ThursdayAug. 31Los Angeles RamsatGreen Bay Packers6:00 PM (CST)6:00 PM


Sturgeon Bay Soccer Shutout By Sheboygan Falls


By Bob Desotelle




Sturgeon Bay girls soccer lost to Sheboygan Falls 2-0 Monday. An "own goal" was given up by the Clippers in the 40th minute and Danika Carroll scored in the 78th minute for Sheboygan Falls. Sturgeon Bay keeper Rebecca Osborne had eight saves in the loss.

Packers Add Five More Un-drafted Free Agents Monday


By Green Bay Packers




The Green Bay Packers signed rookie free agents LB Josh Letuligasenoa, CB Raysean Pringle, RB William Stanback, LB David Talley and S Aaron Taylor and released WR Antwan Goodleyand LS Taybor Pepper. The transactions were announced Monday by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations.

 

The five signees all participated in Green Bay's rookie orientation camp this past weekend.

 

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:

























































NoNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
59Josh LetuligasenoaLB6-1252Cal PolyElk Grove, Calif.
46Raysean PringleCB6-0191Southern UtahHayward, Calif.
43William StanbackRB6-0231Virginia UnionUniondale, N.Y.
57David TalleyLB6-1236Grand Valley StateOrchard Lake, Mich.
37Aaron TaylorS5-11206Ball StateLawrenceville, Ga.

 

Letuligasenoa (le-TU-lee-yah-se-NO-uh), 23, played in 34 games over three seasons, starting the final 24 games of his collegiate career. As a senior, he tied career highs in total tackles (65) and sacks (three) while setting a new career high with 41 solo tackles.

 

Pringle, 23, played running back and wide receiver in college, appearing in 33 games with nine starts. He rushed for 1,130 yards and 14 touchdowns on 228 carries (4.9 avg.) while catching 36 passes for 329 yards (9.1 avg.) and a TD. Pringle also saw time as a kickoff returner in 2016, averaging 19.7 yards on 15 returns with a TD.

 

Stanback, 22, played in 25 games at the University of Central Florida (2013-15), recording 1,157 rushing yards and 16 TDs on 306 carries (3.8 avg.) while hauling in 27 receptions for 244 yards (9.0 avg.) and three TDs. In 2016, he started six of 10 games played for Virginia Union, earning All-CIAA first-team honors after rushing for 1,299 yards and 15 TDs on 207 carries (6.3 avg.) while also recording 165 yards on 12 receptions (13.8 avg.) with three TDs.

 

Talley, 22, played in 48 games with 34 starts, starting all 27 games over his final two seasons. He totaled 285 tackles (123 solo), 30.5 tackles for a loss, 14 passes defensed, 11 sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery during his  career.

 

Taylor, 23, played in 48 games with 29 starts over four seasons, registering 208 tackles (110 solo), 18 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, four passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble. As a senior, he set career highs in starts (12), tackles (85), solo tackles (49) and tackles for a loss (11.5).

Packerland Conference Baseball Monday Night


By Nick Freimuth




Gibraltar won the game of the night in Packerland Conference Baseball Monday. A 6-5 victory over Southern Door featured a perfect day at the plate for Casey Weddig. He reached all four times including three hits and one walk. Weddig added and RBI and a run scored. Joe Burlo scored three times and finished 2x3 at the plate with a walk. Nick LeCaptain went 3x4 with two RBI and Zach Marchant scored two runs in the loss for Southern Door.

 

Sturgeon Bay played extremely well in an 8-1 win over Sevastopol. Jeffrey Alberts pitched four innings and struck out seven. Jared VanBramer closed out the final three innings and struck out four. Anthony Moore tallied two hits and an RBI. Jake Moeller added two RBI in the win. The Clippers plated five innings in the first inning and controlled the entire game.

Sevastopol Coach Jason Marggraf said, "We couldn't get out of our own way in the first, and we struggled trying to claw our way out of the hole.  Lucas cruised after the first, but we couldn't get anything going for him.  Alberts really had our number. He had our guys on their heels and guessing at pitches.  He threw very well."

 

Algoma hosted Oconto in a double-header of sorts Monday. The first game was the continuation of a suspended game from April 13 tied 2-2 after 8 innings.  Trevor Haasch led off and reached on an error followed by Casey Nelson's bunt single.  Haasch scored on Booker Prokash's ground out and Nelson scored on a wild pitch.  Casey Stangel held Oconto scoreless in the bottom of the 9th to earn the win while Bennett Frazer took the loss.

In game two, Jake Krueger's single in the top of the 7th scored Bennett Frazer to break a 2-2 tie.  Baylon Welch earned the win in relief while Dillon Dean took the loss for the Wolves. (Thank you to Erik Nelson for the results.)

Oconto Blanks Algoma Softball Monday


By Amber Schubert




Oconto Softball beat Algoma 10-0 Monday. Becky Berth threw a gem for the Blue Devils. She struck out eight, allowed just one hit, and walked just one batter. Halle Vardon was the only Algoma player to collect a hit on the afternoon. Mikayla Haack took the loss for Algoma.

Kate Delcore Scores Five Goals To Lead L-C Soccer Monday



By Tracy Bins



Luxemburg Casco (9-2) beat Valders 10-0 at home. Kate Delcore scored five goals and had one assist. Liz Benson scored three goals and added four assists. Kamryn Koss and Brynn Holzwarth each had a goal and an assist. Mikayla Srnka made one save in goal for the shutout.

Brewers Avoid Sweep With Three Home Runs Sunday


By Nick Freimuth




Brewers first baseman Eric Thames was stuck on 11 home runs for over a week. Sunday, he broke out of his slump with a 3x4 day at the plate and his 12th home run of the season. Thames led the Brewers to a 6-2 win over Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon.

 

Travis Shaw (7) and Jesus Aguilar (2) each homered in the game as well. Zach Davies earned the win on the mound. He struck out seven in five and two/thirds innings.

 

Milwaukee has the day off today and will open a three-game inter-league series with the Boston Red Sox at 6:40 PM Tuesday.

Packers Set Annual Shareholders Meeting For July 24


By Green Bay Packers




The Green Bay Packers 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held Monday, July 24, at 11 a.m., at Lambeau Field. The meeting will take place rain or shine.

 

The formal notice of the Annual Meeting, including proxy materials, will be sent in mid-June. The organization again is recommending that shareholders receive their materials via email and subsequently vote online, as it is the most sustainable and resource-friendly method. Shareholders can register for this process online at www.packersowner.com.

 

Shareholders planning on attending the meeting will be issued four tickets for each shareholder account, including accounts that have a joint or custodial registration. Shareholders receiving meeting materials electronically will be able to access print-at-home tickets upon voting their shares. Shareholders who receive their meeting information via standard mail will receive printed tickets in that same mailing.

 

With this year's meeting on a Monday, shareholders are welcome to spend the weekend in Green Bay, with the Packers Hall of Fame, Packers Pro Shop and 1919 Kitchen & Tap open for visitors, and a variety of stadium tours offered. As the weekend nears, please note Lambeau Field Atrium hours of operation on http://www.packers.com/lambeau-field/atrium.html.

 

Those in Green Bay for the meeting can also find plenty of events and things to do in the area at the Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitor's Bureau website, https://www.greenbay.com.

 

Information about the Annual Meeting, which will be updated as the date approaches, also can be found online at www.packers.com/community/shareholders.html or www.packersowner.com.

 

The Packers also are asking shareholders who have not received any communications from the organization in the last 12 months to contact Shareholder Services to update their address, including street and email addresses. Shareholder Services can be reached via phone at 855-8GO-PACK (855-846-7225) or email at shareholderservices@packers.com. Information is also online at www.packersowner.com.

Packers Sign 20 Rookies/Un-Drafted Free Agents


By Green Bay Packers




The Green Bay Packers signed five draft choices and 15 rookie free agents. The signings were announced this weekend by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations.

 

DRAFT SIGNINGS:

 

























































RdNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
5aDeAngelo YanceyWR6-2220PurdueAtlanta, Ga.
5bAaron JonesRB5-10208Texas-El PasoEl Paso, Texas
6Kofi AmichiaG6-4304South FloridaPowder Springs, Ga.
7aDevante MaysRB5-10230Utah StateLivingston, Texas
7bMalachi DupreWR6-2196Louisiana StateNew Orleans, La.

 

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:



















































































































































NoNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
44Donatello BrownCB6-0190Valdosta StateKennesaw, Ga.
56Johnathan CalvinLB6-3266Mississippi StateJackson, Miss.
89Michael ClarkWR6-6217MarshallSt. Petersburg, Fla.
9Montay CrockettWR6-0184Georgia SouthernRock Hill, S.C.
60Thomas EvansG6-3305RichmondFranklin, N.C.
74Geoff GrayG6-5315University of ManitobaWinnipeg, Man.
55Cody HeimanLB6-2229WashburnBaileyville, Kan.
8Taysom HillQB6-2221Brigham YoungPocatello, Idaho
71Izaah LunsfordDT6-3310Bowling Green StateCincinnati, Ohio
77Adam PankeyG/T6-5313West VirginiaHamilton, Ohio
86Aaron PeckTE6-2239Fresno StateRiverside, Calif.
34Kalif PhillipsRB5-9218CharlotteKannapolis, N.C.
41Lenzy PipkinsCB6-0196Oklahoma StateMansfield, Texas
38David RiversCB6-1186Youngstown StateMiami, Fla.
5Justin VogelP6-4219Miami (Fla.)Tampa, Fla.

 

Brown, 25, earned first-team All-Gulf South Conference honors as a senior after registering a career-best two interceptions. He played in 39 games over four seasons, recording 45 tackles (35 solo), 10 passes defensed and three interceptions. Brown competed in the Tropical Bowl, a FBS Division I college football all-star game that showcases the top seniors to NFL scouts and general managers.

 

Calvin, 23, played in 26 games with 11 starts at Mississippi State after transferring from Copiah-Lincoln Community College. He saw action in all 13 games with 10 starts as a senior in 2016, leading the team with 55 tackles (23 solo), seven sacks and 11½ tackles for a loss. Calvin was named third-team All-SEC by Phil Steele's College Football.

 

Clark, 21, played basketball at St. Francis (Pa.) before transferring to Marshall to play football. The 2016 season was the first time he played organized football since his freshman year of high school. Clark started all 12 games played last season, finishing No. 3 on the team with 37 receptions for 632 yards (17.1 avg.) and five touchdowns.

 

Crockett, 23, totaled 18 starts in 47 games played over four seasons at Georgia Southern, posting 535 yards and three TDs on 32 receptions (16.7 avg.) while adding 144 rushing yards and two TDs on 15 attempts (9.6 avg.). He added 12 punt returns for 125 yards (10.4 avg.) and returned 30 kickoffs for 638 yards (21.3 avg.).

 

Evans, 22, is a two-time All-Colonial Athletic Association selection who ended his career with 34 consecutive starts. He was part of a line that blocked for three straight 1,000-yard rushers.

 

Gray, 22, started all eight league games as a senior for a Bison team that averaged 34.5 points and 487.1 total yards per contest, including 333.1 yards per game through the air, good for third in the country. He never missed a game in four seasons, starting 30 of 32 contests plus six playoff games. Gray lined up at both guard and tackle in college and played in the East-West Shrine game.

 

Heiman (HIGH-men), 23, played linebacker and running back over four seasons, seeing action in 47 games (36 starts) and finishing his career with 251 tackles (122 solo), 6½ sacks, 16½ tackles for a loss, five interceptions and one defensive TD. He added 426 rushing yards and six TDs on 91 carries (4.7 avg.) in his one season at running back (2013).

 

Hill, 26, started 33 of 37 games played during his career, completing 609 of 1,047 passes (58.2 pct.) for 6,929 yards, 43 touchdowns and 31 interceptions. He registered 2,815 rushing yards (most among BYU QBs) on 534 attempts (5.3 avg.) with 32 touchdowns.

 

Lunsford (first name pronounced Isaiah), 23, saw action in 44 career games, registering 90 tackles (41 solo), 4½ sacks, 12 tackles for a loss, three passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. As a senior, he started all 12 games and finished with 48 tackles (21 solo), 3½ tackles for a loss, a sack, a fumble recovery, a pass defensed and a QB hurry.

 

Pankey, 23, saw time at guard and tackle in 44 games over four seasons, starting 25 game at left guard in his final two years. As a senior, Pankey helped pave the way for the offense to average 479.7 yards per game, 34.0 points per game, 228.2 yards rushing per game and 251.5 passing yards per game.

 

Peck, 22, played in 44 games during his collegiate career, hauling in 93 receptions for 1,211 yards (13.0 avg.) and six touchdowns. After missing the 2015 season due to injury, he set career highs in receptions (46) and receiving yards (630) and tied his career high in touchdowns receptions (three).

 

Phillips (first name pronounced kuh-LEAF), 23, owns school career records for rushing yards (4,020), touchdowns (43), rushing touchdowns (41) and 100-yard rushing games (15). His 4,020 rushing yards ranked No. 13 among active FBS players at the end of the 2016 season. He was named honorable mention All-Conference USA as a senior and second-team All-Conference USA as a junior.

 

Pipkins, 23, played three seasons at Louisiana-Monroe and one season at Oklahoma State as a graduate transfer. He played in 47 games over four years, registering 142 tackles (94 solo), eight tackles for a loss, two sacks, three interceptions, nine passes defensed and a forced fumble. Pipkins did not start playing football until his senior year of high school.

 

Rivers, 22, played in 40 games over four seasons, registering 65 tackles (50 solo), three interceptions and 13 pass breakups. He started nine of 16 games played as a senior, recording career highs in tackles (33), solo tackles (25) and passes defensed (eight). Rivers was part of team that played in the 2017 FCS Championship Game against James Madison.

 

Vogel, 23, spent two years at the University of Florida (2012-13) before playing three seasons (2014-16) at the University of Miami. He earned All-ACC second-team honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and from the conference's coaches as a senior after averaging a career-best 43.8 yards per punt.

Packerland Conference Spring Sports Standings


By Mike Holtz




Packerland Conference Baseball

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Sturgeon Bay                             7                      1

Southern Door                          7                      2

Gibraltar                                     6                      2

Oconto                                        6                      3

Algoma                                       4                      5

NEW Lutheran                        2                      6

Kewaunee                                 3                      6

Sevastopol                                0                      10

 

Packerland Conference Softball

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Oconto                                        10                    0

Southern Door                          6                      2

Algoma                                        6                      3

Kewaunee                                  5                      3

Gibraltar                                     3                      4

NEW Lutheran                        2                      4

Sturgeon Bay                            1                      8

Sevastopol                                  0                      9

 

Packerland Conference Soccer

 

SCHOOL                             WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

NEW Lutheran                                      3                      1                      0                       6

Kiel                                                             2                      0                      0                       4

New Holstein                                          2                      0                      0                       4

Sheboygan Falls                                    2                      0                      0                       4

Sturgeon Bay                                          1                      1                      0                       2

Valders                                                      1                      1                      0                       2

Gibraltar-Sevastopol                            0                      2                      0                       0

Kewaunee                                                0                      3                      0                       0

Manitowoc Roncalli                              0                      3                      0                       0

Luxemburg-Casco Softball Cruises To 11-2 Victory Over River Valley


By Tim Kowols




Dana Deterville only needed two scoreless innings to secure the victory Saturday as the offense took care of the rest in an 11-2 victory over River Valley in Poynette on Saturday. The Spartans scored 10 runs in the first inning, led by a 3-for-4 performance by Cassi Dart and a four RBI effort by Madysen Thayse. Deterville was as effective at the plate as she was throwing towards it, collecting a pair of hits.

Baseball Round-Up: Spartans, Clippers Score Victories


By Tim Kowols




Luxemburg-Casco swept a double header while Sturgeon Bay squeaked out a high scoring affair as high school baseball hit the diamond on Saturday.

 

In Denmark, the Spartans captured two victories over the rival Vikings 7-5 and 8-3. In the first match-up, Anthony Otradovec knocked in three while Bryce TeKulve and Austin Tlachac each added one a piece to keep up with two RBI performances by the Vikings' Pete Mears and Jack Satori. In the second match-up, TeKulve nearly went the distance with six strikeouts while also registering two hits and a couple RBIs to help his own cause. Jake Thyes and Mason Isenberg also added RBIs for the Spartans.

 

In Chilton, it was Max Bordeau with a walk-off two-run single to get the victory for the Clippers over Winneconne 12-11, the high-scoring affair saw Bordeau, Tanner Degrave, Jake Moeller, Anthony Moore, and Ryan Jacobsen have multi-hit games. The Clippers needed all seven innings to capture victory from the jaws of defeat by scoring three runs in the final stanza after wasting an 8-1 lead.

 

In Coleman, Wes Gallenberger and Andrew Richard collected the only two RBIs for the Kewaunee Storm in a 8-2 loss to Coleman.

 

 

Blizzard Lose Another Heartbreaker 41-34 To Iowa


By Tim Kowols




Eleven seconds away from being able to hit the reset button and head into the overtime, the Green Bay Blizzard fell to the Iowa Barnstormers 41-34 at the Resch Center. The Barnstomers scored a final touchdown after the see-saw affair was knotted up 34 a piece in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Matt Beherendt threw for a pair of scores and 145 yards, but plaqued by two interceptions as well. Barnstomers' quarterback Travis Partridge led the way for the visitors, scoring five times on the ground.

Sigl, Anderson Capture Door County Half Titles


By Tim Kowols




Tyler Sigl led a record crowd with a chart topper of his own, defending his Door County Half Marathon title with a 1:07:56. Natalie Anderson won the women's title with a 1:31:29.

 

In the Nicolet Bay 5K. Dustin Hudak captured top honors with a time of 18:01 while Sigl's wife Jessica won the women's division with a 19:21.

 

2,700 runners participated in the two races.

 

Full Results: http://www.onlineraceresults.com/event/view_event.php?event_id=19089

Brewers Fall In Extras To Bucs 2-1


By Tim Kowols




Despite a strong start from starting pitcher Matt Garza, the Milwaukee Brewers could not muster enough offense in 10 innings to get past the host Pittsburgh Pirates, falling 2-1.

 

Garza posted his most impressive outing since last fall, pitching 7-innings of one run ball without even throwing 90 pitches. That one run was given up on a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning to tie the game after the Brewers' Orlando Arcia took Pirates star pitcher Gerit Cole in the previous half-frame. It was Josh Harrison's single that eventually drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th.

 

The Brewers will look to salvage one game in Pittsburgh this afternoon at 12:35 p.m.

Brewers Shutout 4-0 By Pirates In Long Rain Delayed Game


By Paul Schmitt




After a two and one-half hour rain delay, the Pittsburg Pirates jumped all over Brewer reliever Rob Scahill for three runs in the fourth inning and went on to shut out Milwaukee 4-0 Friday Night.  After three strong innings by starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson, the Brewers had to turn to the bullpen when things went south.  Pittsburg added a solo home run by Josh Bell for the final tally in the fifth inning.  The Brewers collected seven hits, three by Nick Franklin, but squandered late inning opportunities to get back in the game.  The Pirates and Brewers will paly Saturday night at 6:05 p.m. at PNC Park in game two of the three-game series.

Gibraltar & Sturgeon Bay Baseball Beat Rivals


By Nick Freimuth




Gibraltar topped Sevastopol 9-0 Thursday.  Trevor Reinhardt pitched a gem in a complete game shutout. Trevor and Jared Reinhardt along with Ben Johnson also tallied multi-hit games for the Vikings. Zach Cristiansen pitched five innings for Sevastopol and struck out four batters.

 

Sturgeon Bay beat rival Southern Door 8-3 at Memorial Field Thursday. Jeffrey Alberts struck out six in six and one-third innings for the Clippers. Jake Moeller, Jaeger Brusky and Ryan Jacobsen each tallied two RBI in the win. Kody Kissinger pitched six innings and struck out three in the loss.

Haack Humming For Wolves Softball


By Nick Freimuth




Algoma appears to be hitting its stride as the regular season draws near the end. Mikayla Haack threw a shutout for her Wolves Thursday in a 10-0 win. Haack allowed only one hit to N.E.W. Lutheran and struck out 13. The Wolves managed 12 hits in the game. Karina Naze, Chloe Spitzer and Missy Srnka (3 RBI) all had multi-hit games.

Girls Soccer Heating Up In Door & Kewaunee Counties


By Nick Freimuth




Sturgeon Bay beat Valders 2-0 at Valders Thursday. Scoring in the first half was Jena Auguston in the 44th minute assisted by Charlie Pollock. An own goal was netted in the 80th minute. Valders keeper Sydney Miller had 16 saves and Clippers keeper McKenna Gibson had two. Coach Bob Desotelle said, "We played smart and hard the entire game against an improved Valders team. Our passing continues to improve and our defense is consistently sound. We next play Sheboygan Falls at home next Monday."

 

 

Luxemburg Casco (7-2, 4-0) beat Waupaca 9-0 at home. Liz Benson scored an incredible five goals. Kate Delcore added two goals and two assists. Megan Cannon and Kamryn Koss scored the other goals. Mikayla Srnka made two saves to earn the shutout.

Brewers Take Series From Cardinals For First Time Since 2014


By Nick Freimuth




It's been three seasons since Milwaukee won a series with the St. Louis Cardinals. That changed last night when Milwaukee topped the Cardinals 5-4 at Busch Stadium. Keon Broxton and Jesus Aguilar each hit home runs to lead the Brewers to victory. Milwaukee as a team has hit more home run than any team in Major League Baseball.

 

Travis Shaw also knocked in two runs in the win. Milwaukee will open a three game series in Pittsburgh tonight at 6:05. They will then return home next week for a six-game home stand with the Red Sox and Mets. Milwaukee is now (15-14).

Kewaunee Hosting "2nd Annual International Carp Championship" Saturday And Sunday


By Paul Schmitt




The second annual Kewaunee International Carp Championship is being held this weekend.  The two-day event already has over 30 anglers from all around the Midwest signed up.  Organizer Lee Young who has been involved with international fishing tournaments for over 20 years, says he came to the United States in 2000 and began to get involved with small communities to start catch-and-release carp tournaments.

 



 

The competition format is that anglers will weigh their three biggest carp over the two days.  Young expects that about 90 pounds will be needed to win.  The top ten places will receive trophies and a cash prize.  Anglers are assigned a specific position along the Kewaunee Harbor each day and must catch all their fish from that spot.  Spectators are welcome and you can find contact information to participate in the Kewaunee International Carp Championship with this story online.  Entry Fee is $250 per angler.

Lee Young:  920-246-3434

Brewers & Cardinals Rained Out Wednesday Night


By Nick Freimuth




St. Louis was hammered with rain Wednesday forcing the Brewers and Cardinals game to be postponed.  The game will be made up later in the season. Tonight's game again in St. Louis has been pushed back to 6:15 tonight to give the weather pattern a chance to pass.

Brewers Lose Pitchers Duel With Cardinals


By Nick Freimuth




Wily Peralta did not receive the offensive support the Brewers had hoped in a 2-1 loss at St. Louis Tuesday night. After five and two-thirds innings Peralta exited the game with seven strikeouts and two earned runs given up. He was outdone by Carlos Martinez who lasted seven and one-third innings having allowed no earned runs.

 

Brewers batters were stifled all night at the plate. Each one of the five hits allowed in the game were singles. Jett Bandy accounted for the only Brewers RBI of the game in the seventh inning. The loss dropped Milwaukee to (14-14) on the season. St. Louis is now (13-13) on the year. First pitch tonight is slated for 7:15.

L-C Softball Plates 12 Runs Against Marinette


By Nick Freimuth



Luxemburg-Casco sent thirteen to the plate and scored nine runs in the decisive third inning of a 12-2 win over Marinette in a North Eastern Conference game.  LC then scored three in the fourth to secure the victory.  Leading hitters for LC were Jenna Jorgensen who went 3x3 with a double and two runs scored, Ally Dart was 2x3 with a double and four RBI and Brianna Prevost who hit a home-run and had two RBI.  Hannah Bearson had a double and run scored for Marinette.


Winning pitcher Sierra Shefchik threw a complete game four hitter surrendering no earned runs.


Luxemburg-Casco is (8-3) overall and (7-2) in conference play. Marinette is (5-6) overall and (3-6) in the conference.

Clippers Soccer Fall In Elkhart Lake-Glenbulah


By Bob Desotelle




SB lost 1-3 to Elkhart Lake-Glenbulah on the road Monday. The home team scored twice in the first half on goals by Sofie Sutcliffe and Camrie Schmitz. Charlie Pollock scored a penalty kick mid way thru the second second half and Sutcliff scored late to wrap up scoring.

 

McKenna Gibson had five saves as did Elkhart Lake-Glenbulah's Kayla Theel. Sturgeon Bay outshot the opponent 12-9. Coach Bob Desotelle said, "We played well tonight despite the outcome. Our passing was improved as was our time of possession, but we failed to finish our attacks. McKenna had a brilliant save on a breakaway late in the game. We have some positives to build on from this loss." The CLippers next play Valders on Thursday at Valders.

Kewaunee & Oconto With Big Wins Monday In Packerland Baseball


By Nick Freimuth




Lincoln Barta led Kewaunee to a 7-3 win over Sevastopol Monday afternoon in high school baseball. In less than ideal field conditions the Storm pitcher struck out seven Pioneers in just three and one-third innings. Daniel Stangel, Wyatt Kruse and Cam Hanrahan each had two hits in the win. Wes Gallenberger added two RBI. Robby Pollman threw five solid innings for Sevastopol and struck out two in the loss.

 

Gibraltar took the long trip down and around Green Bay and lost 3-1 at Oconto. Ernie Erickson pitched four innings and allowed three earned runs in the loss. Brandon Emery-Jansen pitched two innings and struck out two and did not allow a run. Alex Johnson walked twice and scored teh lone Vikings run. Blue Devils pitcher Tony Marquarett pitched five innings, struck out seven and allowed only two hits.

 

Sturgeon Bay Vs. N.E.W. Lutheran baseball and softball were rained out.

Brewers In First Place In NL Central After Extra Innings Win Monday


By Nick Freimuth




Tied atop the National League Central standings the Milwaukee Brewers have been thee surprise team in the division this year. A ten-inning 7-5 win over St. Louis bumped the 'Brew Crew' to (14-13) tied with the Cubs at (13-12).

 

Monday, Milwaukee rained on the Cardinals parade in the tenth inning by scoring three runs to take the win in game one of the series. Travis Shaw and Jonathan Villar each homered in the win. Zach Davies started on the hill for the Brewers and lasted five innings allowing two earned runs and seven hits.

 

Only two games separate first and last place in the division after Monday night's games.

Packers Release Two Running Backs


By Green Bay Packers




The Green Bay Packers have released running backs Don Jackson and Christine Michael. The transactions were announced Monday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.

 

Jackson was originally signed by the Packers as an undrafted free agent on May 6, 2016, and spent the first five games on Green Bay's practice squad before being signed to the active roster on Oct. 20. He appeared in three games with one start last season before being placed on injured reserve on Nov. 16.

 

Michael played in six regular-season games and three postseason contests for the Packers last season after being claimed off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks on Nov. 16, 2016.

Brewers End Home Stand With Win Against Atlanta


By Nick Freimuth




The Brewers (13-13) remain just one game back of the Chicago Cubs in the National League Central after a 4-3 win over Atlanta Sunday. Matt Garza earned his first win of the season with a strong 6 2/3 innings against the Braves. Garza struck out seven, allowed six hits, zero walks, and just three earned runs.

 

Domingo Santana was a one-man wrecking crew at the plate. He launched two home runs and tallied four RBI.

 

Milwaukee opens up a seven game road trip with four in a row against the St. Louis Cardinals at 7:15 tonight.

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