Sports Archives for 2018-05

Opening Day Sturgeon Bay Little League Results

By Chris Ranly   In Minor League Softball, Forbes held on to beat Peil Construction 4-3.  Kayla Ranly pitched for Forbes to get the teams first win of the season. Sienna Cain tallied two hits in a game that had the jump on Mother Nature and kept fans/parents on the edge of the bleacher seats.

Northshore Bank topped Reliable Auto 4-2 for their game day opener.

Major League


In the early game, State Farm ended up beating Jim Olson Motors 16-7 with State Farm earning their first win of the season (1-0).  Teagan Ellefson was the leading hitter for Jim Olson Motors going 2x3.  Kaylee Kriska went 2x3 and Naomi Rikkola going 1x2 helped State Farm to their first win.

Mother Nature had a hand in the late game when the Lions had their opener against Cut Hut.  Maddie Propsom and Taylor Tlachac battled it out on the mound as the score stayed pretty even throughout the entire game. A late run by Cut Hut before the downpour of rain ended the opening night of softball with Cut Hut winning 8-4 over the Lions.  Mother Nature was the overall winner of that game.

Brewers Win Sixth Straight Series

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday 3-2. Junior Guerra started on the bump for the Brewers and was hard to hit. He went six innings strong of shutout baseball while fanning seven Cardinals. It was Christian Yelich tying the game up with a solo shot in the seventh inning. Orlando Arica then drove in an RBI single in his first game back from Triple-A. After taking the lead, Milwaukee never looked back and Corey Knebel closed the door in the ninth. The Brewers now have a much needed day off. They start a weekend series against the Chicago White Sox on Friday in Chicago.

Packers Sign Veteran Offensive Lineman

By Green Bay Packers   The Green Bay Packers signed T/G Byron Bell and released T/G Jacob Alsadek. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Wednesday.


Bell (6-5, 320), has played in 90 career games with 74 starts during the regular season and started all three postseason games he appeared in. He was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent out of New Mexico by the Carolina Panthers on July 28, 2011. He played in 62 games with 56 starts for the Panthers over four seasons (2011-14), playing right and left tackle. Bell also started all three postseason games he played in for Carolina. During the 2015 offseason, he signed with the Tennessee Titans, where he started all 16 games during his first year (seven at left guard, eight at right tackle and one at left tackle) and then missed the entire 2016 season after suffering an ankle injury during OTAs. In 2017, Bell played in 12 games with two starts (both at left tackle) for the Dallas Cowboys. He will wear No. 74 for the Packers.



Alsadek (al-SEH-deck) signed with the Packers as a rookie free agent out of the University of Arizona on May 4.

Heat sheets released for State Track Meet

By Tim Kowols       

Local athletes in 27 different events in Division 2 and 3 will begin making their way to LaCrosse today to prepare for the beginning of the WIAA State Track and Field Meet on the campus of UW-LaCrosse. The Algoma girls team hopes to recapture the magic of last year's squad that brought home its first state championship. Below are the events with qualifying times and local athletes highlighted.

Event 36 Boys 1600 Meter Run Division 2 (17)
Section 1 Timed Finals
1 Trevor Wenzel SR Valders 4:21.33
2 Miguel Mathias SR Nekoosa 4:22.07
3 Hunter Liebeck SR Luxemburg-Casco 4:23.16
4 Stephen Lavey SR Cedar Grove-Belg 4:23.20
5 Andrew Pahnke JR McFarland 4:23.69
6 Gunner Schlender SO Brillion 4:23.72
7 Henry Chapman JR East Troy 4:23.91
8 Alex Mielke JR LakeCountryLuth. 4:25.10
9 Maury Miller SR Ashland 4:26.87
10 Walker Miller SR Ashland 4:27.45
11 Hayden Fredrickson SR Westby 4:29.05
12 Nate Fox JR East Troy 4:29.39
13 Grady Davis SO New Berlin West 4:29.90
14 Trey Ulrich SR Medford 4:30.16
15 Darius Diver SR Lakeland Union 4:30.34
16 Jace Serres JR Platteville 4:30.39
17 Calvin Collins SO East Troy 4:32.78

Event 42 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay Division 2 (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
2 Watertown Luther Prep 1:32.39
1) Nathan Golisch SO 2) Evan Turriff SO
3) Cole Burow SO 4) Justin Schroeder SO
5) Jonathan Holtz FR 6)
3 Monroe 1:31.86
1) Sam Kind SR 2) Anthany Hernandez JR
3) Jevon Gibson SR 4) Jordan Montgomery JR
5) Brayden Zettle SR 6) Michael Kundert SO
4 Wautoma 1:31.28
1) spencer klinger SR 2) Matt Maciaga JR
3) Ryan Lois JR 4) Cade Peterson SR
5) Max Bennett JR 6) Cole Hinz JR
5 Ripon 1:30.74
1) Jesus Beltran SR 2) Niko Heinz FR
3) Carter Hahn SO 4) Jacob Elliott SR
5) Austin Lopez SR 6) Remington Mueller FR
6 Catholic Memorial 1:31.04
1) Dylan D'Acquisto JR 2) Joe Sikma SO
3) Joe Floryance SO 4) Tate Kopulos JR
5) Mike Bisswurm JR 6) Nico Marchan SR
7 Freedom 1:31.47
1) Gavin Hafemann SO 2) Bryce Vandenberg JR
3) Devin Baumgart JR 4) Luke Pingel JR
5) Hunter Wiese JR 6) Jordan Cassiani JR
8 Sturgeon Bay 1:32.24
1) Brady Wodack SR 2) Luke Brinkman SR
3) Hayden Shefchik SR 4) Nathaniel Greenlaw JR
5) Ethan Knipfer SR 6) Jacob Lefeber SR
9 Lakeland Union 1:33.58
1) Jake Rexroade JR 2) Maquian Johnson SR
3) Tyler Carroll SR 4) Tyler Wallschlaeger SO
5) Zach Hayes SO 6)

Event 55 Boys 4x100 Meter Relay Division 2 (17)
Heat 2 Prelims
1 Amery 44.53
1) Dalton Johnson JR 2) Lance Waalen JR
3) James Baillargeon SR 4) Gus Wentz SO
5) Wyatt Luchtenburg FR 6) Tyler Reichert JR
2 Sturgeon Bay 44.35
1) Brady Wodack SR 2) Luke Brinkman SR
3) Hayden Shefchik SR 4) Nathaniel Greenlaw JR
5) Jacob Lefeber SR 6) Amir Hansen FR
3 Aquinas 43.92
1) Evan Weber JR 2) Conley Malone SR
3) Bryant Meyer SO 4) Spencer Lund SR
5) Jackson Mashak JR 6)
4 Milwaukee Lutheran 43.67
1) Mykale Christian SO 2) Brunson Parish SR
3) Dayshon Smith SR 4) Corey Davis SR
5) Reese Knapp SO 6) Aaron Everett FR
5 Kewaskum 43.38
1) Tyler Heus JR 2) Tony Steger SR
3) Cole Surprenant SR 4) Cade Peterson SR
5) Cameron Dodge JR 6) Jed Ermer SO
6 Catholic Memorial 43.58
1) Dylan D'Acquisto JR 2) Joe Sikma SO
3) Joe Floryance SO 4) Tate Kopulos JR
5) Dylan Schubbe SR 6) Tyler Kocour SR
7 Jefferson 43.91
1) Jeffrey Zeh SO 2) Keith Bowling SR
3) Nolan Klawitter JR 4) Andrew Haffelder SR
5) Jordan Wiesen SO 6) Daten Wilson SO
8 Xavier 44.34
1) Isaiah Simon SR 2) Tyler Farr SR
3) Jake Severin SR 4) Pierce Blohowiak SR
5) Max Oberbrunner FR 6) Noah Kippenhan SR
9 Berlin 44.45
1) Chris Werch SR 2) Ryan Bartol SO
3) Aidan Schilling SO 4) Trevor Hendrickson SR
5) Elias Klawitter SR 6) Nate Krall JR

Event 17 Boys Triple Jump Division 2 (18)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Caden Dupee JR Ladysmith 42-01.00
2 Parker Hoffman SR Stratford 42-05.75
3 Alex Hewett JR Kewaunee 42-09.00
4 Chase Roehl JR Hayward 43-00.00
5 Will Bush SR New Berlin West 43-01.00
6 Tanner Schlender SR Brillion 43-01.50
7 Owen Birenbaum SR Valders 43-03.25
8 Brian Flanagan JR CatholicMemorial 43-05.00
9 Ben Ross SR Random Lake 43-05.00

Event 69 Boys 200 Meter Dash Division 2 (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
2 John Hewitt SR LakeCountryLuth. 22.81
3 Jared Conard SR Southern Door 22.53
4 Marquez Clerveaux JR Rice Lake 22.34
5 Kenneth Bednarek SR Rice Lake 21.24
6 Cade Peterson SR Kewaskum 22.22
7 Evan Schuster SO Racine St. Cath. 22.50
8 Michael Gesese-Elsenpeter JR Valders 22.69
9 Luke Vance FR Gale-Ettrick-Tre 23.22

Event 24 Girls 100 Meter Hurdles Division 2 (16)
Heat 1 Prelims
2 Kameri Meredith SO Colfax 16.37
3 Molly Wotruba SR Luxemburg-Casco 16.09
4 Brooke Livingston JR Adams-Friendship 15.73
5 Mackenzie Heyroth JR Lodi 15.41
6 Ellyse Wolfrath FR Fox Valley Luthe 15.68
7 Kacey Topp JR Freedom 15.76
8 Cassi Gersbach SO Monroe 16.13
9 Allyson Mallin FR Osceola 16.55

Event 30 Girls 100 Meter Dash Division 2 (18)
Heat 1 Prelims
1 Cassidy Zuleger JR Mosinee 13.19
2 Tiana Marshall SR Racine St. Cath. 13.02
3 Grace Hebel FR Westby 12.79
4 Addison Lund FR Kiel 12.68
5 Vanessa Laundrie SO Xavier 12.33
6 Bekah Vande Hey SR Xavier 12.41
7 Olivia Treml SO Luxemburg-Casco 12.70
8 Kiara Donnell JR Belleville/New G 12.79
9 Paige Millerman JR Rice Lake 13.14

Event 45 Girls 400 Meter Dash Division 2 (16)
Heat 1 Prelims
2 Kate Hilbert SO Luxemburg-Casco 1:00.65
3 Savana Burg JR Sheboygan Falls 59.97
4 Cora Purdue SR Brodhead/Juda 59.22
5 Madee Harding SR Brodhead/Juda 57.89
6 Maddy Pietz SR Witt-Birn 58.60
7 Rhianna Walzer JR Lodi 59.26
8 Katelyn Kitzinger SO Marinette 1:00.17
9 Sarah Niehueser SR Winnebago Luth. 1:01.11

Event 58 Girls 300 Meter Hurdles Division 2 (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
2 Molly Wotruba SR Luxemburg-Casco 48.65
3 Mariah Hoepner SR Altoona 47.85
4 Jessica Jacobson SR Clinton 47.35
5 Brooke Livingston JR Adams-Friendship 45.37
6 Mackenzie Heyroth JR Lodi 47.02
7 Kylee Becker FR Ladysmith 47.74
8 Rebekah Salfer JR Shoreland Luth. 48.40
9 Gretchen Puls SR Lomira 49.26

Event 96 Girls Triple Jump Division 2 (16)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Frannie Sokolik SR NorthFond du Lac 34-01.50
2 Olivia Ganser SO Jefferson 34-03.50
3 Ameerah McClain SO Brown Deer 34-06.50
4 Maria Blatz SR Kiel 34-07.50
5 Haylie Novak SR Kewaunee 34-07.75
6 Olivia Hermsen SR Little Chute 34-09.00
7 Kailey Stafford JR Brown Deer 34-09.50
8 McKenna Armstrong FR Random Lake 34-11.25

Event 83 Girls Discus Throw Division 2 (16)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Hailey Shimon FR Southern Door 120-08
2 Katherine Rounds SR McFarland 122-05
3 Sara Braun SR Brillion 122-11
4 Skye Digman SR Platteville 130-03
5 Katie Haase JR Osceola 132-11
6 Emily Stendel SR Jefferson 137-03
7 Trevonna Rave SR BlackRiverFalls 137-04

Event 1 Boys Discus Throw Division 3 (16)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Jacob Wedig SR Belmont 146-10
2 Ian Braund SR Royall 147-02
3 Nate Karau JR Spencer 147-07
4 Aidan Wallace SR Algoma 151-03
5 Evan Blumer JR Albany 157-03
6 Garrett Krueger SR Bangor 161-00
7 Logan Zschernitz JR Spencer 170-04
8 Ben Veverka SR Assumption 172-07

Event 11 Boys Pole Vault Division 3 (16)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Tony Jopek SO Crivitz 12-00.00
2 Michael Retza SR Crivitz 12-00.00
3 Martin Shelliam JR Cuba City 12-06.00
4 Xavier Bergmann JR Alma/Pepin 12-06.00
5 Eli Ribbe SR ThreeLakesPhelps 12-06.00
6 Mitch Stegeman JR Suring 12-06.00
7 Sam Utesch SR Algoma 12-09.00
8 Curtis Blosch SR Darlington 12-09.00
9 Cade Ellenbecker SR Athens 13-00.00
10 Nick Udovich JR Shell Lake 13-00.00
11 Dalton Klentz JR Dodgeland 13-00.00
12 Brandon Kenefick SR Boyceville 13-00.00
13 Kaleb Polzin SR Cuba City 13-00.00
14 Dakota Popp SR LakeHolc/Cornell 13-06.00
15 Zach Schmitt SR Dodgeland 13-09.00
16 Jack Soda SR Princeton/Grn Lk 13-09.00

Event 18 Boys Triple Jump Division 3 (16)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Andy Hinzmann JR Cadott 42-04.50
2 Karson Butt JR Edgar 42-09.50
3 Ryan Feuerstein SR Algoma 42-10.00
4 David Burgess SR Northland Luth. 43-08.25
5 Skyler Olson SR North Crawford 43-10.25
6 Wyley Wagner JR Kickapoo/LaFarge 44-04.00
7 Adam Tallman SR Bangor 44-08.25
8 Kenny Spencer SR North Crawford 45-03.50

Event 94 Boys Shot Put Division 3 (16)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Gideon Cain SR Living Word Luth 50-10.50
2 Michael Lang SR Marathon 50-10.50
3 Max Schoening JR Algoma 50-10.50
4 Gracien Jules JR Wayland Acad. 51-03.00
5 Caleb Foelske SR Manitowoc Luther 52-00.00
6 Logan Zschernitz JR Spencer 55-02.50
7 Ben Veverka SR Assumption 55-06.00
8 Jacob Wedig SR Belmont 57-02.00

Event 35 Boys 1600 Meter Run Division 3 (16)
Section 1 Timed Finals
1 Michael Axtman SR Living Word Luth 4:28.18
2 David Vannucchi JR Luther 4:28.43
3 Isaac Shannon JR St.Mary'sSprings 4:31.28
4 Adam Rzentkowski JR Rosholt 4:31.29
5 Evan Henry JR Gibraltar 4:31.50
6 Spencer Currie SR Cambridge 4:33.70
7 Jared Zwettler JR ThreeLakesPhelps 4:33.82
8 T.Jackson Moore SR Lourdes Academy 4:34.22
9 Derek Hanson FR Gillett 4:34.24
10 Jarret Carpenter FR Cashton 4:36.96
11 Zach Yengo SR Regis 4:37.09
12 Dan Lau SR Eau Claire ImmLu 4:38.62
13 Anthony Tellier SR Flambeau 4:38.89
14 Payton Heinberg JR Darlington 4:39.10
15 Johnathon Nowacki SO Athens 4:40.23
16 Preston Guttenberg JR Blair-Taylor 4:41.37

Event 87 Boys Long Jump Division 3 (17)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Sawyer Fleming SR Rosholt 20-01.75
2 Will Cady SO Iola-Scandinavia 20-02.00
3 David Burgess SR Northland Luth. 20-02.75
4 Sean Bjork SR Drummond 20-05.50
5 Josh Levra SR Clear Lake 20-05.50
6 Caleb Thomas SR Faith Christian 20-07.00
7 Kiegen Sargent SO Sevastopol 20-07.25
8 Issac DeCarlo SR Hurley 20-10.00

Event 20 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay Division 3 (16)
Section 2 Timed Finals
1 Hilbert/Stockbridge 9:59.22
1) Veronica Thiel SO 2) Shania Schmitz SR
3) Megan Lau SR 4) Makaylee Kuhn JR
5) Megan Halbach SO 6) Courtney Gehl JR
2 Auburndale 10:05.27
1) Kali Karl SR 2) Macie Schmeiser SO
3) Erricka Zenner FR 4) Taylor Stanton SO
5) Vanessa Mitchell SO 6) Isabella Jewell JR
3 Fennimore 10:13.37
1) Claire Faulkner FR 2) Brooklan Schoepp JR
3) Lauryn Bunn FR 4) Brynlee Nelson FR
5) Gracie Mercer SR 6) Victoria Bonilla SO
4 Sevastopol 10:14.09
1) Zoe Kuehn FR 2) Mya Ploor SO
3) Lizzy Fiscus SO 4) Olivia Stenzel FR
5 Ozaukee 10:14.88
1) Ashlee Mueller SO 2) Kelley Large FR
3) Amy Hoffmann FR 4) Jenna Schueller SO
5) Elise Large SR 6) Greta Klas SO
6 Dodgeland 10:14.92
1) Jada Kohn JR 2) Kaitlin Pickart SO
3) Meygan Benzing JR 4) Jamie Huber JR
5) Julia Holtz JR 6) Rachel Parbs SO
7 Pacelli 10:15.18
1) Grace Engebretson JR 2) Grace Van Handel JR
3) Maya Kunze FR 4) Jenelle Higgins SR
5) Laura Mitch SR 6) Jenna Stolt FR
8 Darlington 10:15.41
1) Emma Crist SR 2) Miriam Lindqvist SR
3) Ilse Mendez JR 4) Erin Wolf SR
5) Morgan Black FR 6) Brooke Douglas FR
9 Boscobel 10:17.77
1) Faith Glasbrenner JR 2) Shawna Newton SO
3) Ellie Jillson FR 4) Grace Glasbrenner SO
5) Britney Glasbrenner FR 6) Danielle Ernst SR
10 Rosholt 10:18.77
1) Jenna Trzebiatowski SO 2) Amber Studzinski FR
3) Logan Krogwold FR 4) Jordan Zdroik SO
5) Jacey Bowker FR 6) Mackenzie Stalter JR

Event 38 Girls 4x200 Meter Relay Division 3 (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
2 Algoma 1:51.45
1) Courtney Guilette SR 2) Alli Spitzer SR
3) Lucy Wiese SR 4) Jenny Farley SO
5) Anna McClure SO 6) Elizabeth McClure SR
3 Darlington 1:49.55
1) Lizzie Schwartz SO 2) Hunter Weber SR
3) Kaylee Meyers JR 4) Kathleen Mathias JR
5) Maddie Crist SO 6) Meghan Douglas SR
4 Pacelli 1:49.01
1) Sami Miller FR 2) Laura Mitch SR
3) Jenelle Higgins SR 4) Grace Van Handel JR
5) Brooke Schroeder SR 6) Shannon Leary SR
5 Bangor 1:47.09
1) Kiana Moore JR 2) Ariana Hundt SR
3) Allison Everson JR 4) Ashlie Lockington JR
5) Claire Reynolds SR 6) Clara Nicolai FR
6 Melrose-Mindoro 1:48.61
1) Sydney Becker SR 2) Lauren Koss SO
3) Eviana Radcliffe FR 4) Emily Herzberg SO
5) Hannah Peterson SO 6)
7 Auburndale 1:49.42
1) Paityn Hamus FR 2) Isabelle Hilber SO
3) Maddie Krings FR 4) Kaitlyn Trowbridge FR
5) Annalise Jewell FR 6)
8 Regis 1:50.46
1) Josie Stender FR 2) Laura Sokup JR
3) Elizabeth Matson SO 4) Bria Thalacker SO
5) Amber Darge SR 6)
9 Sevastopol 1:52.31
1) Lucy Rajalova SO 2) Kelsey Christiansen FR
3) Laci Lautenbach FR 4) Rylee Krishka FR
5) Kylie Newton FR 6) Kailee Moe JR

Event 101 Girls 1600 Meter Run Division 3 (16)
Section 1 Timed Finals
1 Rachel Lawton JR Flambeau 5:19.83
2 Marissa Ellenbecker SO Edgar 5:19.86
3 Sylvia Hansen FR Gillett 5:20.81
4 Erika Kisting SR Iola-Scandinavia 5:21.68
5 Kassye Todd SR Elmwood/PlumCity 5:23.47
6 jada beacom JR Iola-Scandinavia 5:27.54
7 Elise Large SR Ozaukee 5:27.67
8 Olivia Stenzel FR Sevastopol 5:33.50
9 Meygan Benzing JR Dodgeland 5:34.00
10 Jessie Juergensen SR Living Word Luth 5:35.25
11 Helen Carstens FR North Crawford 5:35.99
12 Emily Wintrone SO Luther 5:39.14
13 Teigan Ehrat FR Cochrane-F.C. 5:39.41
14 Lauryn Bunn FR Fennimore 5:40.27
15 Orianna Lebal JR LakeHolc/Cornell 5:42.27
16 Zenia Moore SR Unity 5:49.92

Event 5 Girls High Jump Division 3 (18)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Shye Klatt JR Spring Valley 4-11.00
2 Emma Schlesner FR Cashton 4-11.00
3 Addisyn Noble SO PecatonicaArgyle 4-11.00
4 Nicole Caceanova SR Madison Country 5-00.00
5 Bria Caldecott JR Gibraltar 5-00.00
6 Alyssa Cretton FR Florence/Niagara 5-00.00
7 Cassie Skattebo JR Shell Lake 5-00.00
8 Hope Patz SO Coleman 5-00.00
9 Lexi Franz JR St.Mary'sSprings 5-00.00
10 Anna McClure SO Algoma 5-00.00
11 Sabrina Vircks SR Spencer 5-00.00
12 Trinity Law JR Benton Co-op 5-00.00
13 Karyssa Quist SO Rio 5-01.00
14 Emma Gruen FR Royall 5-01.00
15 Makaylin Christenson FR Prairie Farm 5-02.00
16 Hannah Zastrow SO Spencer 5-02.00
17 Katie Mattson JR Frederic/Luck 5-04.00
18 Elizabeth McClure SR Algoma 5-05.00

Event 29 Girls 100 Meter Dash Division 3 (16)
Heat 1 Prelims
2 Katelyn Williams SR Algoma 13.24
3 Delanie McFadden FR Ozaukee 13.03
4 Molly Milliren SO Thorp 12.82
5 Mykenzie Vaassen SR Cuba City 12.58
6 Emily Fink FR ThreeLakesPhelps 12.60
7 Eviana Radcliffe FR Melrose-Mindoro 12.82
8 Kaitlyn Erickson SO Prentice 13.14
9 Jessica Roush SO Phillips 13.37
Heat 2 Prelims
2 Jenna Zahorik JR Reedsville 13.21
3 Aspen Linjer FR Manawa 12.97
4 Brinley Wood JR Cuba City 12.80
5 Julianne Barkholz SR Newman Catholic 12.35
6 Haley Durst JR Ithaca/Weston 12.68
7 Kortnie Volk SO ThreeLakesPhelps 12.88
8 Abbigael Sitte SO Gibraltar 13.19
9 Olivia Costley SR Fall Creek 13.46

Event 15 Girls Shot Put Division 3 (17)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Jordan Ludescher SR Flambeau 37-07.25
2 Libby Beck JR Albany 37-11.25
3 Brielle Ebben SR Reedsville 38-04.75
4 Aubrey Schoeneman SO Mercer 38-06.75
5 Isabelle Ostrem JR Cochrane-F.C. 39-01.50
6 Bobbi Blahnik FR Algoma 40-01.50
7 Katelyn Williams SR Algoma 41-11.00
8 Brianna Leahy SR Benton Co-op 42-06.50
9 Emma Richards SR Ozaukee 44-00.25

Event 51 Girls 4x100 Meter Relay Division 3 (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
2 Abbotsford 52.36
1) Shanna Kalepp FR 2) Mel Kunze JR
3) Kallie Falteisek JR 4) Dylana Schreiner SR
5) Ava Decker FR 6) Samantha Hawkey JR
3 Regis 52.10
1) Gabrielle Semerad JR 2) Elizabeth Matson SO
3) Amber Darge SR 4) Bria Thalacker SO
5) Grace Gilles JR 6) Margaret McMenomy FR
4 Melrose-Mindoro 51.54
1) Sydney Becker SR 2) Lauren Koss SO
3) Eviana Radcliffe FR 4) Emily Herzberg SO
5) Teagan Frey FR 6)
5 Bangor 50.90
1) Claire Reynolds SR 2) Ariana Hundt SR
3) Allison Everson JR 4) Ashlie Lockington JR
5) Kiana Moore JR 6) Clara Nicolai FR
6 Cuba City 51.48
1) Brinley Wood JR 2) Kaylee Pitzen JR
3) Elizabeth Misky JR 4) Mykenzie Vaassen SR
5) Parker Kopp SO 6) Kiera Holzemer SO
7 Algoma 51.95
1) Khloe Williams SR 2) Courtney Guilette SR
3) Katelyn Williams SR 4) Morgan Davister SR
5) Alli Spitzer SR 6) Lucy Wiese SR
8 Rio 52.21
1) Sydney Ales SR 2) Karyssa Quist SO
3) Jada Graham JR 4) Jordyn Hutzler JR
5) Sarah Hagenow FR 6) Adeline Hutzler FR
9 Glenwood City 52.91
1) Bella Rassbach FR 2) Kristin Dayton FR
3) Bethany Ullom SO 4) Marie Garcia FR
5) Tressa Peskar JR 6) Delaney Quinn JR

Event 74 Girls 4x400 Meter Relay Division 3 (16)
Heat 1 Prelims
1 Bangor 4:09.04
1) Allison Everson JR 2) Karsen Kershner SO
3) Ariana Hundt SR 4) Ashlie Lockington JR
5) Kiana Moore JR 6) Blake Groth SO
2 Auburndale 4:09.16
1) Kali Karl SR 2) Isabelle Hilber SO
3) Isabella Jewell JR 4) Paityn Hamus FR
5) Macie Schmeiser SO 6) Taylor Stanton SO
3 Luther 4:11.35
1) Ali Karr SO 2) Kaitlyn Kennedy JR
3) Cianna Hoppe JR 4) Jessie Maedke SR
5) Emily Dobberstein SR 6) Emily Wintrone SO
4 Saint Mary's Springs 4:12.34
1) Peyton Walters SO 2) Jada Steffes SR
3) Leah Flitter JR 4) Allison Taylor SO
5) Taylor Rowe FR 6) Emma Hutter JR
5 Algoma 4:14.19
1) Courtney Guilette SR 2) Liberty Ansorge JR
3) Alli Spitzer SR 4) Jenny Farley SO
5) Khloe Williams SR 6) Payton Panger FR
6 Fall Creek 4:14.20
1) Katrina Klawiter JR 2) Emma Ryan FR
3) Quinlyn Rubeck SO 4) Olivia Costley SR
5) Katie Johnston FR 6) Molly Larson SO
7 Shell Lake 4:17.89
1) Emmery Nielsen FR 2) Brittany Clark FR
3) Makenna Anderson FR 4) Cassie Skattebo JR
5) Fran Kevan FR 6) Ashley Clark JR
8 Phillips 4:18.41
1) Jessica Roush SO 2) Carolyn Neerdaels SR
3) Kalin Baratka FR 4) Annikka Johnson JR
5) Lindsey Meives JR 6) Morgan Tinnen SR

Event 82 Girls Discus Throw Division 3 (17)
Flight 2 Finals
1 Parker Kopp SO Cuba City 122-02
2 Katelyn Schmidt SR Marathon 123-02
3 Allyson Nelson SR Brookwood 123-06
4 Morgan Davister SR Algoma 124-04
5 Emily Mueller SR St.Mary'sSprings 125-05
6 Alex Dornfeld JR Markesan 128-04
7 Brilyn Brecka SR Alma/Pepin 128-05
8 Katelyn Williams SR Algoma 146-07
9 Emma Richards SR Ozaukee 158-02

Event 90 Girls Pole Vault Division 3 (17)
Flight 1 Finals
1 Lila Tully JR De Soto 8-06.00
2 Ayden Fleeharty JR Kickapoo/LaFarge 8-06.00
3 Jenny Farley SO Algoma 8-09.00
4 Hunter Weber SR Darlington 8-09.00
5 Hannah Cramer SR Dodgeland 9-00.00
6 Nellie Soda SR Princeton/Grn Lk 9-00.00
7 Julianna Kollross JR Auburndale 9-03.00
8 Hannah Zastrow SO Spencer 9-03.00
9 Orianna Lebal JR LakeHolc/Cornell 9-06.00
10 Ana Klein JR Pittsville 9-06.00
11 Skylar White SO River Ridge 9-06.00
12 Jeni Petersen SO Webster 9-09.00
13 Raegan Sorensen FR Unity 9-09.00
14 Gabriella Janke SR Athens 10-00.00
15 Elizabeth McClure SR Algoma 10-00.00
16 Julia Pokorny SR Shell Lake 10-06.00
17 Daisy Campbell SR ThreeLakesPhelps 11-00.00

Gibraltar claims Regional Championship on 105.1 WSBW

By Eric Fischer



The Gibraltar Vikings are Regional Champions following an 11-5 win over Mishicot on Wednesday evening on 105.1 WSBW.  Gibraltar set the pace early following an Alex Laughlin sacrifice fly that scored Ben Johnson, giving the Vikings a 1-0 lead in the first. Mishicot would tie the game in the first, and take a 2-1 lead in the second.  Gibraltar took advantage of an Alex Laughlin 2-RBI double, who then scored on a Griff Reinhardt single in the third for a 4-2 advantage it would not give up.  Mishicot brought the game within 1 until a 7 run, 7th inning.  Laughlin was hit by a pitch with one out in the inning that sparked another Gibraltar rally.  Following Laughlin, was a Griff Reinhardt walk, then a 2-RBI double by catcher Andras Szakala.  First baseman Nate Ewaskowitz and left fielder Brandon Stillman each walked to load the bases for Spencer Krause 2-run single.  Ben Johnson cleared the bases on a double and was brought in by a Trevor Reinhardt sacrifice fly.  Laughlin and Trevor Reinhardt each went 3-4 in the game, combining for 4 RBI.  Laughlin also earned the win on the mound.  Gibraltar moves on to Sectionals for a potential doubleheader on Tuesday, June 5th with a trip to State on the line.

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco was also a regional champion. The Spartans were played spoiler just like the Vikings as a #3 seed upsetting a #1 seed. L-C beat rival #1 seed Denmark 4-3 to advance to a sectional semi-final Tuesday at 1:00 PM at Chilton against Fox Valley Lutheran.

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The final out



Post game interview with winning pitcher Alex Laughlin



Wisconsin could add Wrigley game in 2020

By Tim Kowols       

If playing at Lambeau Field against Notre Dame was not enough, Wisconsin football may have added another historic venue to their 2020 slate. According to the Chicago Tribune, Northwestern University and the Chicago Cubs are expected to announce on Tuesday the return of college football to Wrigley Field with Wisconsin as the opponent on November 7. The Wildcats have not played a home game at Wrigley Field since they were trounced by Illinois 48-27 in front of over 41,000 fans in 2010. Renovations at the ballpark, including one project that would allow offenses to drive towards both ends of the field, delayed the return. Wisconsin leads the all-time series against Northwestern 59-35-5.

Cardinals Snap Brewers Win Streak

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday 6-1. Milwaukee had a hard time getting the bats going against Michael Wacha as he went nearly seven innings of one run ball.

Zach Davies started on the mound for the Brewers for the first time since he came off the DL. He struggled fining the zone as he gave up five runs in five innings. Jonathan Villar helped score the only run of the game with an RBI double.


The Brewers now continue their home stand against the Cardinals. Junior Guerra will take the mound this afternoon. First pitch being thrown out at 12:10.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Eliminated From Post Season

By John Berns    In a game seen too many times this season, Sturgeon Bay was unable to close out the seventh inning in a 4-3 loss to Denmark in a Regional Semi-Final baseball game on Tuesday. Holding a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning the meltdown happened quickly. A walk, two wild pitches, hit batter, and two errors saw Denmark handed the win without the benefit of a hit.

 

The Clippers had taken a 1-0 lead in the 1st inning when Anthony Moore walked, stole 2nd base, and scored on a Trent Ehlers ground out. Denmark took the lead in the 2nd inning on consecutive 2-out bases loaded walks. A pair of Denmark throwing errors in the 3rd and 4th innings saw the Clippers take a 3-2 lead which they held until the decisive final inning. Starting pitchers Jake Schneider for Sturgeon Bay and Cole Paplham both pitched well, but neither earned a decision.

 

Brennon Miller took the win in relief for the Vikings, while Trent Ehlers took the loss for the Clippers. Jared Van Bramer led the Clippers with a 2x4 performance at the plate, and Anthony Moore scored two runs, giving the stellar lead-off man 36 runs scored on the 19-game season. Moore's 36 runs scored is believed to be an all-time record for Sturgeon Bay Baseball. The Clippers finish the season 14-5, with a Packerland Conference Co-Championship, but once again falling short in tournament competition.

 

Luxemburg-Casco was a 6-4 winner over #2 Valders. The #3 seed Spartans will play #1 Denmark this afternoon, weather permitting.

Conference Championship Soccer Celebrated In Sturgeon Bay

By Bob Desotelle   Host school Sturgeon Bay had to play "come from behind" soccer Tuesday night at Clark Field to close their regular season against visiting NEW.  NEW's Lydia Nelson found a loose ball inside the 18 and powered a shot past Keeper McKenna Gibson to give NEW a lead they would carry into halftime.  Leading 1-0, NEW came out strong in the second half, but a goal by Anna Fischer tied the game midway through the period.  After that score, the Clippers turned the pressure up on the NEW defense.  Mid fielder Claire Tellstrom finally sealed the win with a goal late in the half giving Sturgeon Bay a 2-1 victory and an undefeated record in the Packerland Conference.

 

"Our last three wins in conference have all been one goal margins and tough wins" (Coach Desotelle).  "We are proud of the way our team has responded under pressure these last five games.  They have showed determination and grit when it has been needed most.  We played without our starting forward tonight and at half we put Anna Fischer in that position because we were unable to finish despite numerous shots on goal in the first half.  She led her team to a very big win and was supported by Claire Tellstrom  who scored late in the game to give us the win."

 

Sturgeon Bay finishes the regular season 8-2-3 and will travel to host New Holstein Thursday (7:00 p.m. kick off) for a first round Regional matchup.

Packerland Softball (0-3) In Sectional Semi-Finals Tuesday

By Nick Freimuth   It was a tough afternoon of sectional softball for the Packerland Conference Tuesday. All three remaining Packerland teams lost including two in extra innings. Southern Door fell to Brillion 5-4 in eight innings. The Eagles were up 4-2 until Brillion tied the game in the bottom of seventh inning on two unearned runs. In the bottom of the eighth, Southern Door had 2 outs and Brillion came up with three straight hits to score the winning run. The Eagles leading hitters were: Erin Tadych - three hits and Kylie Neinas - two hits including a triple. Lexi Wery pitched the first four innings. Grace LeGrave came in the fifth inning to pitch the rest of the game and took the loss.

 

Algoma fell hard to Manitowoc Lutheran 11-2 and Oconto lost 4-3 in ten innings to Tomahawk.

Gibraltar storms past Kewaunee to advance to Regional Championship on 105.1 WSBW

By Eric Fischer



The Gibraltar Vikings cruised past the Kewaunee Storm on Tuesday night winning 15-1 in 6 innings to advance to the Regional Championship and will face the winner of Roncalli/Mishicot on Wednesday afternoon.  In Tuesday's contest, every Gibraltar hitter reached base safely at least once in the game.  The first four hitters in the lineup, Ben Johnson, Luke Steebs, Trevor Reinhardt, and Alex Laughlin combined for 11 hits in 18 official plate appearances and tallied 6 RBI.  Leading the way was Luke Steebs who had a 4-5 performance and scored 3 runs.  Laughlin officially finished 2-2 with an RBI and two walks as well, with a 3-5 effort by Ben Johnson including 4 RBI.  Trevor Reinhardt earned his second straight playoff win on the mound, allowing just one run, on just four hits, and striking out five batters in the six-inning contest.

#1 seed Mishicot defeated Roncalli, the Vikings will now travel to Mishicot.  Stay tuned to DoorCountyDailyNews.com for updates and broadcast information.

Brewers Win Streak At Four

By Nick Freimuth   The Milwaukee Brewers ran their win streak to four games Monday with an 8-3 win over the st. Louis Cardinals. Milwaukee has the best record in the National League at (35-20) and has two more games left in the series. Ryan Braun went 3x3 and reached base all four times he came to the plate. Christian Yelich hit his sixth home run in the third inning. Jonathan Villar blasted his third home run in the seventh inning to give Milwaukee enough breathing room to take the Cardinals down in the series opener.

Southern Door Volleyball League Standings

By Nick Freimuth    The Southern Door co-ed volleyball league is entering its third week of play Thursday and the cream is already rising to the top. There are four undefeated (6-0) teams and one (3-0) team. Here is a look at league standings following the first two weeks of play as provided by conference commissioner Chad Shefchik. The Southern Door summer volleyball league is played every Thursday night throughout the summer at local establishments in the Southern Door area.

 

Gibraltar looks to extend season in regional matchup at Kewaunee on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

Snow was still on the ground the last time the Gibraltar Vikings and Kewaunee Storm met, but this time it is win or go home as the two look to advance in the WIAA baseball tournament. In the first match-up of the season, the see-saw affair ended in the bottom of the seventh when walks doomed the Vikings and a free pass gave the Storm the 4-3 victory. The Storm would go on to win the second game 10-3. Trevor Reinhardt's pitching and a long nine-run inning gave the Vikings the win last Thursday over the Algoma Wolves 10-0, while the Storm got a chance to rest up. The winner of Tuesday's matchup will go on to face the winner of Roncalli and Mishicot.

Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will have the call from Kewaunee beginning at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show and the first pitch at 4:30. Other local baseball action includes Luxemburg-Casco heading to Valders and Sturgeon Bay traveling to Denmark.

Bass fishing heated up fast over the weekend

By Paul Schmitt    

Water temperatures, as well as small-mouth bass fishing, heated up this past weekend.  Door County Fishing Professional  JJ Malvitz says the recent hot weather along with the calming of winds added to productive days on the water.  He says the bass definitely like the warmer water temperatures and anglers are taking advantage of the timing.



 

Malvitz says the smallmouth bass are not in the all-out spawning mode yet, but they are searching out the shallow water areas that they traditionally go to eventually spawn.  He says water temperatures Monday ranged from the low 50s in northern Door County to the low 60's in southern Door County.  The largest bass in the history of the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament was caught last weekend weighing nearly nine pounds.

Casco Marine memorialized with 9th annual softball tournament

By Paul Schmitt    

As Memorial Day ceremonies were celebrated throughout Door and Kewaunee Counties Monday morning, a 1997 graduate of Luxemburg-Casco High School will be memorialized this coming weekend.  The 9th annual Lance Corporal Dean Opicka Softball Tournament will be held at the Casco Village Park from Thursday through Sunday.  Opicka served in the Marines and Operation Iraqi Freedom and was one of three L-C graduates who died in the Iraq War.  Dennis Opicka says the softball tournament and motorcycle ride on Sunday is a perfect way to remember his brother.



 

The softball tournament begins at 6:15 Thursday evening with the motorcycle ride on Sunday beginning at 10:30 in the morning.  All proceeds from the events benefit the Lance Corporal Dean Opicka Memorial Fund that supports local academic scholarships and local hardship gifts.

https://www.facebook.com/events/164827020811635/

Local coach concerned kids are overworking themselves

By Eric Fischer



As the school year comes to an end, a local coach is concerned about the number of kids signing up for sports.  With the increasing amount of specialization, kids only playing one or two sports, spring and summer workout programs are seeing declining numbers, as well as an increase in injuries.  Neil Seering, head coach of the Luxemburg-Casco track team and assistant football coach says kids are being pulled in too many directions.

 



Coach Seering advocates for a return to multisport athletes, having been a former three-sport athlete himself, as each sport trains the body to work in different ways, preventing injury.  A USA Today High School Sports study recently showed 29 of the first 32 players selected in the 2018 NFL Draft were multisport athletes, which Seering hopes continues going forward.

Brewers Take Series From Mets

By Nick Freimuth   The Brewers have now won 13 out of 16 games following an 8-7 win over the Mets in the series finale in Milwaukee Sunday. A see-saw affair saw the Brewers take the lead for good in the seventh inning when they posted four runs in the frame. Jesus Aguilar notched four more RBI including his ninth home run on the season in the third inning. Boone Logan earned the win out of the bullpen.

 

Milwaukee opens a three game series at home with the Cardinals starting Monday at 1:10 PM. Milwaukee is now (34-20) on the season.

Packerland All-Conference Softball Awards

By Nick Freimuth   It was a short but sweet season for Packerland Conference softball. Some of the in-season highlights included a perfect game thrown by Southern Door pitcher Lexy Wery, Algoma's deep run into the post season and Southern Door's continued success. Oconto led the league with five players selected to the first team. Here is a look at the 2018 All-Conference teams as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

2018 ALL-CONFERENCE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM

 

1ST TEAM

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR

MacKenzie Honish                     Oconto                                      Sophomore                    Unanimous

Lexi Wery                                 Southern Door                           Junior

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR

Morgan Durand                          Oconto                                         Junior                                    Unanimous

Koko Hartzell                                         Sturgeon Bay                               Sophomore

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR

Karina Naze                              Algoma                                    Senior

Hannah Wusterbarth                  Oconto                                      Sophomore

Hallie Wusterbarth                     Oconto                                                  Freshman

Olivia Lewis                               Peshtigo                                   Senior

Gabrielle Atkins                                     Southern Door                           Senior

Grace LeGrave                                       Southern Door                           Junior

Andie Rockendorf                       Sturgeon Bay                                        Senior

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Halle Vardon                              Algoma                                                 Senior

Ellen Sohrweide                         Oconto                                                  Junior

Alexyss  Debriyn                          Peshtigo                                             Senior

Erin Tadych                              Southern Door                           Senior

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Mikayla Haack                           Algoma                                     Senior

 

 

2ND TEAM

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR

Claire Kohnle                             Kewaunee                                 Freshman

Morgan Nelson                          Sturgeon Bay                            Senior

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR

Maykala Guilette                        Algoma                                    Junior

Nicole Norton                             Southern Door                           Freshman

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR

Chloie Spitzer                            Algoma                                    Sophomore

Elizabeth Rohr                                       Kewaunee                                Freshman

Emma Frederickson                   Peshtigo                                  Senior

Grace Wickman                        Peshtigo                                  Freshman

Aly Differt                                              Sevastopol                                Senior

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR

Ida Whitney                                           Gibraltar                                      Senior

Sydney Koch                                         Oconto                                                  Senior

Lauryn Nerenhausen                  Oconto                                                  Senior

Jackie Atkins                               Southern Door                            Sophomore

Teyha Bertrand                           Southern Door                                      Junior

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Shae Tonn                                 Peshtigo                                   Senior

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR

Madeline Prokash                     Algoma                                        Junior

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR

Emma Hallgren                         Kewaunee                                 Freshman

Dawn Pettyjohn                         NEW Lutheran                                       Senior

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Jacklyn Dean                                         Algoma                                    Sophomore

Emersyn Wallace                      Algoma                                    Sophomore

Anika Peterson                                      Gibraltar                                    Senior

Payton Pluff                                Gibraltar                                      Junior

Mikala Perino                           NEW Lutheran                           Senior

Brooke Hurth                              Sevastopol                              Senior

Kendra Dantoin                          Southern Door                           Sophomore

Kylie Neinas                                Southern Door                                     Sophomore

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR

Missy Srnka                              Algoma                                     Sophomore

Courtney VanDenPlas                Kewaunee                                 Senior

Grace Abeyta                            Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

Katie Frank                                           Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

 

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

NAME                                     SCHOOL                                YEAR                          POSITION

 

Mikayla Haack                           Algoma                                     Senior                           Utility Player

Wisconsin tradition comes to an end

By Eric Fischer



 

For the past 19 years, Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton has hosted the NCAA Division III College World Series, a tradition that will come to an end early this week.    Since moving to Appleton in 2000, Wisconsin has been represented in the finals three times, with UW-Whitewater winning the College World Series in 2005 and 2014, and UW-LaCrosse coming up short in 2015, losing to SUNY Cortland.  Wisconsin will not be represented this year, but fans will still have a few opportunities to watch college baseball in Appleton on Sunday, Monday, and possibly Tuesday.  Action gets underway at 11 am Sunday morning with elimination games: Randolph-Macon vs. Misericordia and Swarthmore vs. Texas Lutheran.  The Randolph-Macon-Misericordia winner will face UT-Tyler and Swarthmore vs. Texas Lutheran playing Concordia-Chicago in the nightcap.  The winners of the semi-finals games will play a best of three series scheduled for May 28th and 29th.  Fox Cities Stadium is the home of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, and also hosts the Packers charity softball game and WIAA State Baseball tournament.

Wisconsin DNR announces Lake Trout open season

By Eric Fischer



 

A recent population spike will allow Wisconsin anglers to take home more trophy fish this summer following a Wisconsin DNR rule change. The new rule change allows anglers to now catch five Lake Trout on Lake Michigan instead of the previous bag limit of two. Wisconsin Conservation Warden Jordan Resop says the new bag limit will include a multi-year open season.



Resop reminds those fishing on the Great Lakes and Green Bay to carry the paper copy of their license. To purchase a license, as well check regulations you can visit the DNR Website at the link on this story.

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers blow lead, lose 6-5

By Eric Fischer



 

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, the Single-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, blew a 5-0 lead Saturday afternoon against the Kane County Cougars, losing 6-5.  The Timber Rattlers jumped out early scoring 5 runs in the second inning on four hits, including a Jay Feliciano 3-run home run.  The Cougars, the Diamondbacks affiliate, would score 2 runs in the 2nd, 5th, and 9th innings, while Wisconsin couldn't get the bats going again.  The Timber Rattlers were led by 2 hit performances from OF Joantgel Segovia, 1B Pat McInerney and DH Jay Feliciano.  Wisconsin is back in action against Kane County with a 6:30 pm game Sunday evening.

Record setting opening night for The Hill Raceway and 5/25 results

By Chad Welch



Earlier this month The Hill opened its season with one of its best nights ever with over 540 people in the stands and a record 79 cars. Such popularity may be attributed to owner Martin Kelsey's goals for The Hill. Kelsey's goal is simply to have a fun track to race at and bring drivers back year after year. A variety of promotions also keep fans coming back. Kelsey says a recent partnership created a fan favorite.



Each race Kelsey says the PKS3 race group is excited to add a new wrinkle to racing in Door County.

 

 

Results from 5/25 via The Hill Raceway Facebook.

LAST LAP HEROICS LIFT LEMIEUX

(Sturgeon Bay, WI – 5/25/2018)

A last corner, last lap pass, propelled Billy LeMieux to his first Stock Car feature win of the season Friday night at The Hill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay.

Joining LeMieux in victory lane on the night were Jeff Vlies in the Sport Mods, Ford Malvitz in the Street Stocks, TJ Everard in the Bombers and Dan Lambert in the visiting Vintage Modified class.

After missing the feature on opening night, LeMieux found himself with a prime front row starting spot for Friday's main event. He quickly parlayed that into a comfortable advantage as several veteran racers tried to sort out the second spot behind him.

Former champions Dave Bouche, Rod Snellenberger and Larry Karcz, Jr were in the mix, along with Jeremy Anschutz, Brett Wenzel and Luke Lemmens. A caution with six laps to go changed the complexion of the race, erasing LeMieux's advantage.

Lemmens and Bouche comprised the second row as racing resumed. Lemmens, back in a Stock Car after several seasons racing Modifieds, took control of the spot and moved in on LeMieux.

Lemmens closed on the outside, and over the course of the final laps began to edge slightly ahead of LeMieux at the scoring line.

But LeMieux held firm on the bottom line, and when Lemmens slipped a bit on the last turn, he powered by to take the checkered by less than a car length.

The victory was his 8th in the Stock Car class and 37th in total at the Sturgeon Bay track, tying him with Benji LaCrosse for 5th on the all-time win list.

Following Lemmens to the line were Bouche, Snellenberger, Wenzel and Anschutz in close order.

Vlies' Sport Mod feature win followed a different script as the returning veteran proved to be unstoppable on the night.

He used an inside move on Mike Plate on the third lap to take control, and despite one restart, was never seriously challenged.

Former champ Chris Budzban secured second with three laps to go and gave chase, but it was too little too late.

Tom Stark and Ryan LeMieux placed third and fourth respectively, giving each their second straight top four finish on the year. Jarred VanLaanen recorded a season best fifth.

Vlies, a returning veteran, had registered wins in the past in the Street Stocks, Stock Cars and Sport Mods prior to stepping away from active racing. Friday night was his first in the Sport Mod class since July 17th, 2010.

Like LeMieux would do later in the night, Malvitz fought back after losing the lead to Dave DeGrave to notch his first feature win of the season, and first in the Street Stock class.

He took the lead from Nikki Carter on a restart on lap four. A good match developed up front as Kevin Luedtke moved in to challenge, eventually joined by DeGrave.

Luedtke kept the pressure on from the low line until he looped from contention with four laps to go bringing out a caution.

DeGrave took up the chase on the restart, but found himself battling for position on the track with Ed Anschutz who was fighting to get a lap back after an early pit lane session under green cost him three laps.

A second restart with two go reset the order, with Anschutz clearing the lead duo to regain a lap. Behind him, DeGrave and Malvitz raced side by side, with DeGrave seeming to take control.

But a last corner surge by Malvitz allowed him to squeeze by at the stripe. DeGrave settled for second, retaining the division point lead in the process.

Luedtke quickly fought back through the field to finish third, followed by John Hill and Nathan Delsart in the top five.

No doubts in the Bomber class as TJ Everard led every lap in route to his first win of the season. Kyle Jorgenson raced to second followed by opening night winner DJ Jorgenson, Brian Johnson and Kameron Jorgenson.

The next race on The Hill Raceway's schedule is Sunday, June 10th, with the Raceway's four divisions back in action.

The race is the first leg in a dual-event day that will culminated with an evening show at the Outagamie Speedway in Seymour; racing in Sturgeon Bay in the afternoon and Seymour at night.

The first green flag will fly at The Hill at 12:00 Noon.

The Hill Raceway is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay's east side. Follow the track on Facebook for news and updates.

The Hill Raceway results 5/25/2018

Stock Car Feature: Billy LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay – Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee – Dave Bouche, Algoma – Rod Snellenberger, Pulaski – Brett Wenzel, Manitowoc – Jeremy Anschutz, Brussels

LCQ: Derek Moede, Casco – Charlie Kroll, Forestville – Dan Sell, Jr, Suring – Karly Stadler, Oshkosh

Heat 1: Tony Bouche, Algoma – Lemmens

Heat 2: Larry Karcz, Jr, Pulaski – Dave Bouche

Heat 3: Anschutz - Wenzel

Sport Mod Feature: Jeff Vlies, Brussels – Chris Budzban, Luxemburg – Tom Stark, Egg Harbor – Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay – Jarred VanLaanen, Luxemburg – Mike Plate, Valders

LCQ 1: Craig Dorner, Brussels – Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay – George Henkel, Sturgeon Bay – Connor Iverson, Manitowoc

LCQ 2: Aaron Butterbrodt, Hubertus – Russ Franks, Oconto – Chris Pepin, Escanaba, MI – Scott Iverson, Sturgeon Bay

Heat 1: Kyle Domalick, DePere – Matt Valiquette, Menominee, MI

Heat 2: Plate – Stark

Heat 3: VanLaanen – Budzban

Heat 4: Anschutz- Dennis Miesler, Luxemburg

Street Stock Feature: Ford Malvitz, Sturgeon Bay - Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg – Kevin Luedtke, Sturgeon Bay – John Hill, Sturgeon Bay – Nathan Delsart, Sturgeon Bay – Chad Naze, Green Bay

Heat 1: Luedtke – Nikki Carter, Greenleaf

Heat 2: DeGrave – Ed Anschutz, Two Rivers

Baby Bomber Feature: TJ Everard, Green Bay – Kyle Jorgenson, Oneida - D.J. Jorgenson, Oneida – Brian Johnson, Oconto Falls – Kameron Jorgenson, Oneida – Tony Everard, Green Bay

Heat 1: Johnson – Kyle Jorgenson

Heat 2: TJ Everard – Tony Everard

Vintage Modified Feature: Dan Lambert, Gladstone, MI – Tyler Nelson, Barron – Derek LeBresh, Rapid River, MI- Jake Valiquette, Escanaba, MI- Jeremy Allard, Ringle – Darrin Allard, St. Francis

Heat: Lambert - Nelson

Hit Parade at Miller Park

By Brett Kinnard



 

The Milwaukee Brewers played host to the New York Mets Saturday afternoon at Miller Park. Chase Anderson started on the bump for Milwaukee and got off to a shaky start in the first inning allowing three runs off of three hits. Led by a Hernàn Pèrez two-run double in the bottom half of the inning, the Brewers managed to knot it up at three after the first.


The Mets fired back with a solo shot in both the top of the second and third inning to take a 5-3 lead. In the bottom of the third Jesùs Aguilar hit solo shot himself to get the rally going in the inning. Followed by a Tyler Saladino RBI single to make it a tie ballgame after three innings.


The rally continued into the fourth and fifth innings for Milwaukee as the bats stayed hot. Christian Yelich had an RBI triple in the fourth and came back with a two-RBI double in the fifth to put the Brewers out in front. In his first game for Milwaukee, Erik Kratz hit a solo shot in front of the home crowd to cap off the fifth inning rally. After five innings the lead was run out to 10-6.


The hit parade continued in the seventh as the Brewers batted around the lineup in the inning. Lorenzo Cain had two doubles in the inning and scored on one of them. Domingo Santana had a two-RBI pinch hit double as well. Milwaukee hung seven runs in the seventh to put the game out of reach.


The final score ended up being a lopsided 17-6 win for the Brewers. The fans got more than their money's worth out of this one. Milwaukee pushes their record to thirteen games over .500 for the first time since 2014. They will look to close out the series tomorrow at 1:10. Jhoulys Chacin will take the mound for the Brewers.

300 Miles of Shoreline:  Another Fun Year of Kayaking and Kayak Fishing in Door County!

By Bill Schultz



 

 

 

It's Memorial Day Weekend, the kick-off to summer.  I'm looking forward to another season of kayak and kayak fishing reports for Door County Daily News.  I want to start by reminding all of you kayakers that the air temps may be in the 70's and 80's, but, water temps on Green Bay and Lake Michigan are still cold, so, be sure to never go out in your kayak without wearing your Personal Flotation Device (PFD), and, if out alone, let someone know where you are and when you plan to be back.

 

This season I'll again be talking about great places to launch your kayak, different types of fishing kayaks, paddles, chasing those big Door County smallmouth bass, kayak fishing gear and more.  Speaking of those big smallies, this is a great time of year to get out on Green Bay and Lake Michigan with many fish in shallower due to spawning activities. One of the major reasons we have such an outstanding smallmouth bass fishery is due to so many anglers understanding that practicing catch and release with this wonderful fish is the only way to keep the fishery strong.  If you catch a big smallie, take a quick picture and then "Free the Fighter".

 

Also, part of the spawning process is for male bass to make the bed where the female lays the eggs, and then the male guards that bed.  It's important to let that male do its job and not try to catch bass guarding those beds.

 

OK, now let's look at a few great locations on the peninsula for launching and then having a beautiful Memorial Day Weekend kayak outing, which is so good for the mind, body and spirit.  Using the kayak launch on Tennison Bay in Peninsula park puts you on the water for a great outing along the park's beautiful shoreline. Further north is the launch on Garrett's Bay and exploring this spectacular bay.  To the south, launching at Murphy Park and heading north or south is great fun. All these launches have plenty of parking. If you don't have a kayak, but would like to give kayaking a try, you can rent at kiosks in Ephraim across from Wilsons, the Sister Bay Beach and Nicolet Beach in Peninsula Park.

Have a safe and great Memorial Day Weekend and I'll look forward to giving my kayak and kayak fishing reports all summer.  And, as always, if you have questions you can email me at kayakfishingwisconsin@gmail.com.

Barnstormers storm past Blizzarrd Friday night

By Eric Fischer



 

The Green Bay Blizzard were not able to keep its momentum rolling off last week's win over Nebraska, losing to the league-leading Iowa Barnstormers 41-14.  The Blizzard were shut out in the first half, going into the break trailing 15-0.  Iowa came out strong to start the second half, scoring once again before Green Bay was able to get on the board following a Bryan Hicks touchdown pass to Chris Malott.  Iowa kept the pressure on, scoring on back to back drives.  Green Bay scored late in the game with a Hicks pass to Zac Richardson.  Green Bay falls to 2-9 on the season.

Brewers win with a walk off Friday night

By Eric Fischer



 

The Milwaukee Brewers remain the best team in the National League following another late-inning win on Friday, defeating the New York Mets 4-3 in extra innings.  Travis Shaw had a huge night for the Brewers, tallying 3 RBI on 3 hits including a home run of Mets ace Noah Syndergaard in the second, and the game-winning walk with the bases loaded.  The early homer gave Milwaukee a 1-0 lead in the second, but it was short-lived as Amed Rosario took Junior Guerra deep in the top of the 3rd inning to tie the game.  Christian Yelich continued his hot hitting ways with an RBI single to score Lorenzo Cain in the bottom of the 3rd to give Milwaukee the lead once again.  Travis Shaw padded the lead later in the inning with an RBI single of his own to score Yelich giving Milwaukee a 3-1 lead.  New York inched back in the game in the top of the 4th, following a Michael Conforto home run to put the Mets within one run, 3-2.  Following four straight half innings of scoring, both teams slowed down, until the 9th when newly acquired utility man Jose Bautista singled off Corey Knebel to tie the game, giving Knebel a blown save.  In the bottom of the 10th, Eric Sogard, who was called back up to the MLB squad earlier Friday, hit a one-out single to start the rally.  Lorenzo Cain flew out, setting the stage for Christian Yelich who came up with one of his biggest hits as a Brewer, doubling to right field to advance Sogard to third.  Hernan Perez came off the bench and drew a walk to load the bases for Travis Shaw, who walked with the bases loaded to win the game.  Jeremy Jeffress earned the win, pitching 1.1 innings following the Knebel blown save, dancing out of danger once again after inheriting base runners, followed by a near perfect 10th inning.  Milwaukee and New York square off in the third game of the four-game series with Chase Anderson on the mound.  First pitch is scheduled for 3:10 pm.

Eagles, Wolves capture Regional titles

By Eric Fischer



 

On Friday afternoon, two local teams captured WIAA Regional Championships.  The Southern Door Eagles and Algoma Wolves each won its respective games to advance to Sectionals.  Southern Door defeated Valders 5-2 to wins its third straight regional title.  The Eagles were led by Lexi Wery who dominated with the bat and in the circle.  Wery pitched 6.1 innings, allowing 2 runs, and had 2 hits in the game.  Kendi Dantoin also contributed a 2-RBI double.  The Eagles play in the sectional semifinal Tuesday in Brillion.

In Division 4, Algoma also advanced to the sectional semifinals following a 7-3 win over Saint Mary Catholic.  Algoma had the bats going, led by a Chloe Spitzer home run and a Halle Vardon triple. Makayla Guillete had two hits in the contest as well. Makayla Haack earned the win in the circle for the Wolves.  Algoma host #1 Manitowoc Lutheran on Tuesday.

 

 

 

Packers announce Player Personnel Department changes

By Green Bay Packers



 

The Green Bay Packers announced changes and additions to their player personnel department. The announcement was made Friday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.


 


Jon-Eric Sullivan is entering his 15th season with the club and has been promoted to co-director of player personnel. He spent the past two years as the director of college scouting after working as a college scout for 12 years. Sullivan previously served as the team's National Football Scouting representative to the annual NFL Scouting Combine and authored evaluations of all prospective seniors in the Southwest region. He joined the team's football operations department on July 12, 2004, after serving as a scouting intern during the Packers' 2003 training camp.


 


John Wojciechowski (woh-jih-cow-skee), who is entering his 23rd season in the NFL and his seventh with the Packers, has been promoted to co-director of player personnel. Last season, he was the director of pro personnel after previously serving as a college scout for the Packers from 2012-16. Prior to joining Green Bay, Wojciechowski was a college scout for the Dallas Cowboys (2003-11) and Jacksonville Jaguars (1998-2002) following two seasons as a player personnel assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1996-97).


 


Matt Malaspina (mal-eh-SPEEN-ah) enters his 21st NFL season and his second with the Packers. After being hired as a college scout in 2017, he has been promoted to director of college scouting. Malaspina joined Green Bay after spending 12 seasons (2005-16) with the San Francisco 49ers. He was an area scout for the Seattle Seahawks from 2000-04 and for the Carolina Panthers in 1999. Malaspina also spent time with National Football Scouting in 1998.


 


Sam Seale heads into his 23rd season scouting college players for the Packers. The former nine-year NFL veteran has been promoted to national scout after primarily focusing on the West region. Seale was recognized as the NFC Scout of the Year at the Fritz Pollard Alliance Meeting, which took place during the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.


 


Chad Brinker, who is entering his ninth season with the Packers' pro personnel department, has been promoted to assistant director of pro scouting/salary cap analyst. He first joined Green Bay as a scouting assistant in 2010 and was promoted to pro scout in 2012. Brinker spent a brief time as a running back with the New York Jets in 2013 and played for the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe in 2004.


 


Pat Moore joins the Packers as a college scout after spending five seasons as a scout for the Cleveland Browns. Prior to his stint in Cleveland, he was on the coaching staff at Fordham University for five seasons, serving as assistant head coach/offensive line (2010-11), defensive coordinator (2009) and linebackers/special teams coach (2007-08). Moore also held collegiate coaching positions at Louisiana Tech (2005-06), Auburn (2002-04), Western Carolina (2000-01) and at his alma mater, Illinois Wesleyan (1997).


 


Luke Benuska (ben-EW-ska), who joined the Packers as a scouting intern in 2016, has been promoted to college scout after serving as a pro scout last season. Prior to joining Green Bay, he worked in the football recruiting office at his alma mater, Texas Christian University, in 2016.


 


Brandian (Brandon) Ross, who joined the Packers' personnel department as a scouting assistant last season, has been promoted to college scout. The former defensive back originally signed with Green Bay as an undrafted free agent in 2011 and spent time on the Packers' practice squad during the 2011-12 seasons. From 2012-15, Ross played in 45 games with 24 starts for the Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers and Miami Dolphins.


 


GREEN BAY PACKERS PLAYER PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT


 








































































Brian Gutekunst



General Manager



Ted Thompson



Senior Advisor to Football Operations



Jon-Eric Sullivan



Co-Director of Player Personnel



John Wojciechowski



Co-Director of Player Personnel



Matt Malaspina



Director of College Scouting



Sam Seale



National Scout



Chad Brinker



Assistant Director of Pro Scouting/Salary Cap Analyst



Richmond Williams



Pro Scout



Luke Benuska



College Scout (West)



Joe Hueber



College Scout (Midwest)



Pat Moore



College Scout (Southeast)



Mike Owen



College Scout (Northeast)



Charlie Peprah



College Scout (NFS)



Charles Walls



College Scout (Southwest)



Brandian Ross



College Scout (Midlands)



Danny Mock



College Scouting Coordinator



Autumn Thomas-Beenenga



Pro Personnel Coordinator



Packers sign TE Lewis

By Green Bay Packers 



 

The Green Bay Packers have signed TE Marcedes Lewis. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Friday.


Lewis (6-6, 267), originally a first-round pick (No. 28 overall) by Jacksonville in 2006 out of UCLA, played in 170 games (No. 3 in franchise history) with 156 starts (No. 2 in franchise history) in 12 seasons with the Jaguars. He joins WRs Jimmy Smith (12,287) and Keenan McCardell (6,393) as one of three Jaguars to record 4,000-plus career receiving yards (4,502). Lewis ranks No. 3 in franchise history in receptions (375) and No. 2 in receiving touchdowns (33). Since 2006, Jacksonville has averaged 4.31 yards per carry, No. 9 in the NFL over that span. Last season, he helped the Jaguars rank No. 1 in the NFL in rushing (141.4 ypg) for the first time in team history. Lewis started all five postseason games he played in for Jacksonville, recording 10 receptions (No. 4 in franchise history) for 111 yards (11.1 avg.) and a TD.


Sturgeon Bay Soccer Wins Packerland Conference Title

By Bob Desotelle    Dick Clark Field in Sturgeon Bay was the site of yet another classic battle between host Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol/Gibraltar Thursday. In this game Sturgeon Bay came out strong with two goals in the first 35 minutes, but a determined Sevastopol team keep the game close with good defense going into halftime tied.  Early in the second half, Sevastopol/Gibraltar was awarded a PK, cutting the margin to one goal.  In the 70th minute, a red card on Sturgeon Bay forced the Clippers to play down a player.  Sevastopol's aggressive play pushed the Clippers defense repeatedly, but in the end Sturgeon Bay prevailed and won 2-1.

 

"This was a classic match for our teams.  I was impressed with the determination Sevastopol demonstrated tonight.  They are a really tough team.  However, our defense has been the backbone of our team all year.  They have surrendered only three goals in conference this season and playing down a player tonight showed me their toughness yet again.  When we play New Holstein in our Regional match next Thursday, they will certainly be tested.  Our center backs, Gracen Spritka and Caitlyn Smith were outstanding all night.  They worked tirelessly with Keeper McKenna Gibson and allowed only 3 shots on goal.  They were supported by Holding Mid Fielders Ella Pinkert and Georgia Feldman who controlled the goal scoring area.  Georgia was playing on a bad ankle and turned up the  heat late In the game to help seal the win.  She is a very tough and talented player.  Finally, both our goals were scored by freshmen tonight.  Carlie Wodack and Miranda Olson scored in the first half to give the Clippers their first Conference Championship in probably five years.  Super proud of every player's effort tonight.  To win with 10 players was quite an accomplishment."  The win puts Sturgeon Bay at (5-0) in the Packerland Conference.  Sturgeon Bay plays its final home game of the year next Tuesday against NEW.

Regional Baseball Results

By Nick Freimuth   The Sturgeon Bay Clippers won their opening game of the regional tournament in dramatic fashion 6-5 as they defeated the Chilton Tigers at Memorial Field on Thursday night.  The Clippers roared back from a 4-0 deficit with a four-run fourth inning to tie the game. A Trent Ehlers double scored the first run, and RBI singles from Tanner DeGrave and Max Bordeau completed the rally. Chilton took a 5-4 lead in the top of the fifth inning, bur Ehlers struck again, this time with a two-run rocket over the right-center field fence in the bottom of the inning for a 6-5 Clippers lead, which proved to be the final score.

Despite yielding 11 hits, Jared Van Bramer hung on for 6 innings of mound duty for the victory. Van Bramer walked none and struck out six on the night, with Mitchell Jackson escaping a bases loaded jam to earn the save. Sturgeon Bay now takes their (14-4) record to Denmark on Tuesday, May 29th for a match-up with the No. 1 seed in the Regional tournament. The winner at Denmark will play for the Regional title at a site to be determined on Wednesday, May 30th. Game time Tuesday is 4:30.

 

On the other side of the Division two regional bracket Luxemburg-Casco handled Two Rivers 7-1. The Spartans are the three seed and will next play at #2 Valders at 4:30 PM Tuesday.

 

In Division 3, Southern Door was shutout by Roncalli 6-0. The Eagles were the #5 seed.

 

Sevastopol was shutout 3-0 by Bowler in their opening round game. Josh Pfleiger had three hits in the loss and Brent Haberli added two. The Pioneers owned the hit category 7-4 but commited two costly errors in the defeat. Haberli and Zach Christiansen combined for seven strikeouts and did a nice job overall on the mound.

Brewers Drop Game One at Home  

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the New York Mets yesterday 5-0. Zach Davies started on the bump for Milwaukee and couldn't find his stride as he gave up four runs. Steven Matz was tough to hit all night as he threw six innings of shutout ball.


The top of the lineup for the Brewers had three hits in the game but was never able to string a rally together. They will be matched up against another solid pitcher tonight in Noah Syndergaard.


The Brewers now continue their home stand against the Mets. Junior Guerra will take the mound tonight. First pitch being thrown out at 7:10.

Packerland Baseball All-Conference Awards

By Nick Freimuth   The 2018 all-conference baseball teams have been announced and Kewaunee's Daniel Stangel has been named Player of the Year. The junior infielder played incredibly well in the field but it was hit bat that put him over the top in the voting. Sturgeon Bay landed four on the first team, more than any other school. The only unanimous first team selection was Sturgeon Bay senior Jared Van Bramer. Here is a look at first, second and honorable mention all-conference teams as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz.

 

 

2018 ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS BASEBALL TEAM

 

1ST TEAM

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR

Tony Marquardt                          Oconto                                      Senior

Darren Dionne                            Peshtigo                                   Junior

Jared Van Bramer                      Sturgeon Bay                            Senior                Unanimous

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR

Sam Meerstein                          NEW Lutheran                           Junior

Evan Allan                                 Oconto                                      Senior

Tanner DeGrave                    Sturgeon Bay                            Senior

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR

Casey Nelson                            Algoma                                     Senior

Cody Bultman                            Kewaunee                                 Senior

Daniel Stangel                           Kewaunee                                 Junior

Bennett Frazer                           Oconto                                      Junior

Brandon Eick                             Peshtigo                                   Junior

Max Bordeau                             Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Ben Johnson                             Gibraltar                                    Senior

Lucas Bukowski                        NEW Lutheran                           Junior

Trevor Bloch                              Peshtigo                                   Senior

Ethan Kroll                                Sevastopol                                Junior

Anthony Moore                          Sturgeon Bay                            Senior

 

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR             

Andrew Richard                         Kewaunee                                 Senior

 

2ND TEAM

PITCHERS                             SCHOOL                                YEAR

Trevor Reinhardt                    Gibraltar                                    Junior

Wyatt Kruse                              Kewaunee                                 Junior

Zach Christiansen                      Sevastopol                                Senior

Jake Schnieder                          Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

CATCHERS                           SCHOOL                                YEAR

Riley Reif                                  Peshtigo                                   Senior

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR

Hayden Honish                          Oconto                                      Junior

Balin Welch                               Oconto                                      Senior

Robby Pollman                          Sevastopol                                Sophomore

Derik LeCaptain                         Southern Door                           Junior

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR

Erik Voskamp                            NEW Lutheran                           Senior

Nick Nielson                              Peshtigo                                   Sophomore

Ryan Jacobson                          Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

UTILITY PLAYER                  SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Adam Gutschow                        Southern Door                           Senior

 

HONORABLE MENTION

INFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Tyler Kroll                                  Southern Door                           Sophomore

OUTFIELDERS                     SCHOOL                                YEAR

Carson Moe                               Oconto                                      Senior

Jaden Sawyer                            Sevastopol                                Junior

Trent Ehlers                               Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

UTILITY PLAYERS               SCHOOL                                YEAR 

Griffin Reinhardt             Gibraltar                                    Junior

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

NAME                                     SCHOOL                                YEAR                          POSITION

 

Daniel Stangel                           Kewaunee                                 Junior                            Infielder

Algoma one step closer to title defense after capturing track sectional title

By Tim Kowols       

The Algoma girls track and field team kept their title defense hopes alive by scoring 90.5 points en route to a second straight Division 3 sectional title at Hilbert Thursday. The Wolves were predictably powered by its field events with Katelyn Williams qualifying for state in shot put and discus, Bobbi Blahnik in shot put, Elizabeth McClure in pole vault and high jump, Jenny Farley in pole vault, and Anna McClure in high jump. Williams also qualified in the 100 meter dash along with Algoma's 4x 100, 4 x 200, and 4 x 400 relay teams.  Other state qualifiers at the Hilbert sectional included Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel (1600 meter run) and their 4 x 200 and 4 x 800 relay teams and Gibraltar's Abbigael Sitte. On the boys' side, Algoma received the area's highest finish with a sixth place, 38 point performance. State qualifiers include Gibraltar's Evan Henry (1600 meter run), Sevastopol's Kiegen Sargent (long jump) and 4 x 800 meter relay team, and Algoma's Aidan Wallace (discus), Sam Utesch (pole vault), Ryan Feuerstein (triple jump) and Max Schoening (shot put).

In Division 2, no local team finished higher than tenth in their sectional meet held at Freedom. State qualifiers on the boy's side include Sturgeon Bay's 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relay teams comprised of Brady Wodack, Luke Brinkman, Hayden Shefchik and Nathan Greenlaw, Kewaunee's Alex Hewett (triple jump), Southern Door's Jared Conard, and Luxemburg-Casco's Hunter Liebeck (1600 meter run). On the girls side, state qualifiers include Luxemburg-Casco's Kate Hilbert (400 meter run) and Molly Wotruba (100 and 300 meter hurdles), Southern Door's Hailey Shimon,  and Kewaunee's Haylie Novak (triple jump). The over 20 state qualifiers will have a week before they head to the state meet next weekend at the campus of UW-LaCrosse.

Gibraltar cruises by Algoma to advance to regional semi-final on 105.1 WSBW

By Eric Fischer



 

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball season continues as it beat Algoma 10-0 in the opening round of the WIAA Division 3 State Playoff tournament.  Gibraltar's offense was firing on all cylinders led by junior Trevor Reinhardt who went 3-4 with 2 RBI, including a walk-off game ending hit to lead the Vikings.  Also standing out was Brandon Stillman, Andras Szakala, and Ben Johnson who each knocked in two hits as well.  Each Viking in the lineup managed to reach base safely at least once in the contest.  Reinhardt was equally impressive on the mound, throwing a 5 inning, 3 hit shutout in which he struck out 8 Algoma batters.  For the Wolves, in its season finale, Tristan Copet and Max Panger each tallied doubles.  Gibraltar moves on to play Kewaunee, at Kewaunee on Tuesday, May 28th.  Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will broadcast that matchup on 105.1 WSBW.

 

Pictured is senior Nate Ewaskowitz speaking with Eric Fischer following the game.  For full recap of the game, you can click the listen on demand section on DoorCountyDailyNews.com

Cal Ripken Baseball Wednesday Results

By Travis Grooters   Bay Ship beat the Lions 12-9 Wednesday afternoon. This game was a back-and-forth nail-biter throughout all six innings. The Ships were able to recover from a 5-1 deficit early on. The Ships pitchers made the big pitches when the team needed them, and they got clutch hits when necessary too. It was truly a team effort. Blake Guilette, Vance DeKeyser and Caden LeMieux combined for the win on the mound. Caden LeMieux went 4x4, including an in side-the-park home run and was only a triple away from hitting for the cycle. He had one RBI and scored four runs. Blake Guilette went 2x3 with two RBI and one run scored. Gavin Jorns, Tyler Grooters, and Mekhi Welch were clutch in their final at bats to help ice the victory.

Brewers Sweep Diamondbacks To Achieve Best 50-Game Start In Franchise History

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 9-2 yesterday afternoon to complete the series sweep. Brent Suter started on the bump for Milwaukee and went nearly six innings of two run baseball.

The bats came alive in the seventh innings as Milwaukee hung a seven spot. First a Jesus Aguilar single knocked in two runs. Then it was Travis Shaw with a three run bomb in the inning as well to give them a comfortable lead.


The Brewers now continue their home stand with a series against the Mets. Zach Davies will take the mound tonight. First pitch being thrown out at 7:10. At (31-19) this is the best start to a season in Milwaukee Brewers franchise history through 50 games.

Regional Semi-Final Softball Results

By Nick Freimuth    Southern Door shutout Roncalli 10-0 in a regional semi-final Wednesday. It took just five innings for Lexi Wery to earn the win in the pitcher's circle. Wery struck out eight and allowed just one hit. The Eagles tallied 10 hits including three from Teyha Bertrand and two hits a piece by Gabby Atkins (two doubles) and Erin Tadych. Lexi Wery had a two-run home run in the third inning to aide her own cause.

Algoma topped Saint Mary Springs 10-1 at Peterson Park in Division 4 tournament softball. Mikayla Haack allowed only two hits and the one run was unearned.


Luxemburg-Casco was upset in a #3 vs. #6 match up by Shawano 5-4 in Division 2.


Sturgeon Bay lost to #3 seed Valders. The Vikings will next match up with Southern Door Friday.


Kewaunee lost to Chilton 10-8.


Sevastopol was shutout 10-0 by #1 seed Mishicot in Division 4.

Gibraltar baseball looks to advance at home against Algoma on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings look to make it three in a row over their Packerland Conference rivals when they host the Algoma Wolves in the first round of the WIAA playoffs Thursday afternoon. The Wolves are looking for their first win of the season while the Vikings hope to rebound from a late-season swoon. Two of the Vikings' five victories came against the Wolves, taking advantage of over 10 errors in the two games to win 9-1 and 11-1 in the contests. The winner of this matchup will head to Kewaunee on Tuesday for the second round of the WIAA Playoffs.

Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will have the call on 105.1 The Vikingbeginning at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by first pitch. Other local games on the docket include Southern Door heading to Roncalli, Sevastopol hosting Bowler, and on 93.9 FM Sturgeon Bay plays at home against Chilton.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Stays Red Hot Heading Into Tournament

By John Berns   The Clippers won for the 12th time in 13 games behind the pitching of Jake Schneider and a solid 12-hit attack on offense. Schneider issued a single walk and struck out five while working into the 7th inning, with Isaac Berkley earning the save. Mitchell Jackson ripped three line shots in his perfect night at the plate (2 singles and a double). Anthony Moore added a double and two-run home run, while Trent Ehlers also added a pair of hits. Sturgeon Bay now hosts Chilton in their Regional Tournament opener at 4:30 on Thursday. The Clippers enter the tournament having lost a single game the entire month of May, and now stand at 13-4 on the season.

Brewers The First Team In National League To 30 Wins

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 1-0 yesterday. Jhoulys Chacin started on the mound for Milwaukee and threw six innings of shutout baseball. Matt Albers came in the next inning of relief and picked up the win.

The Brewers lone run of the game came off of a Domingo Santana sacrifice fly in the sixth inning. Josh Hader kept the shutout going in the seventh and eighth innings. It was Corey Knebel picking up the save in the ninth to complete the shutout.


The Brewers will now continue the series against the Diamondbacks today at 12:10. Brent Suter will take the mound for Milwaukee. The Brewers are now (30-19) and lead the NL Central by 2.5 games.

Regional Golf Not The End For Sturgeon Bay

By Pat Blizel   Coach Kyle Retzlaff and the Sturgeon Bay Golf team qualified for the Division 2 Golf Sectional Golf Meet at Ripon on Tuesday, May 29th or Wednesday, May 30th with a stellar performance at regionals Tuesday. The Clippers finished in fourth place. Sturgeon Bay was led by Michael Rose who shot an 87, and Tom Renfrew with a 92.

Clippers Soccer Sailing Along Nicely

By Bob Desotelle    The Packerland Conference's first place team won a big non-conference game against Green Bay East Tuesday 2-0. Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer scored in the 61st minute to give visiting Sturgeon Bay a 1-0 lead to open scoring on the night.  In the 75th minute, Anna Fischer scored a PK to finish scoring for the night.  Keeper McKenna Gibson had 6 saves for Sturgeon Bay and Green Bay East's Guadalupe Trevina had 5.  Sturgeon Bay outshot Green Bay East 6 to 5.  "We struggled the entire first half to adjust to playing on turf (it was Sturgeon Bays first game on turf this season), but settled in during the second half and started organizing our attacks better.  Maddy Starr's pass to Anna on the first goal was a beauty and Anna beat two defender to score.  10 minutes later that duo connected again resulting in a PK after a foul in the box.  This was a nice win for our team".  Sturgeon Bay plays Sevastopol/Gibraltar Thursday in a conference match up.  Sturgeon Bay improves to 6-2-3 on the season with this win.

Sturgeon Bay Softball Opens Regional Tournament With a Win

By Pat Blizel    The Sturgeon Bay Softball team opened tournament with a regional quarterfinal win over Kiel 12-2 in six innings at PBI Field on Tuesday night in WIAA Division 3 Softball. The Clippers will travel to Valders to take on the Vikings at 4:30 on Wednesday, May 23rd.

Jimmy Graham The Most Targeted During Tuesday OTA

By Nick Freimuth    Veteran tight end Jimmy Graham has been a regular in the Pro Bowl (5x) during his nine year NFL career. The aging tight end (31)  is much closer to the end of his career than the beginning and some worry he may not have much left in the tank. If Tuesday's open OTA is any indication that is far from the truth. Graham was the most impressive receiving threat by far. Not only did he impress but he was the most targeted during team reps by Aaron Rodgers, Brett Hundley and DeShone Kizer.

 

Wearing number 80, Graham gives Packers quarterbacks a big body over the middle. The former Seahawk and  Saint showed he could still battle between the hashes Tuesday. It was a no contact day, but his hands looked as sure as any on the field. Late in the practice Graham shot up the right sideline and showcased his speed blazing past a linebacker dropping in coverage to score a touchdown.

 

The other takeaway from Tuesday's OTA was the inactive players due to injury. The list was full of likely starters like Clay Matthews, Tramon WIlliams, Lane Taylor, Bryan Bulaga and Davante Adams.

Brewers Hit Three Homers in Win  

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-2 last night. Chase Anderson started on the bump and went six innings strong only giving up two earned runs. It was Corey Knebel that came in to shut the door on the Diamondbacks in the ninth.

The Brewers brought the bats for this game as they homered three times off of former Brewer Zach Greinke. It was Travis Shaw, Lorenzo Cain, and Domingo Santana all going deep to give the team a little wiggle room.


The Brewers will now continue the series against Arizona tonight at 6:40. Jhoulys Chacin will take the mound for Milwaukee.

Cal Ripken Baseball Played Through The Rain Monday

By Travis Grooters    Bay Ship won its second game in a row 14-8 over the Kiwanis Monday afternoon.  There were lots of runs scored in the rain as pitchers from both teams struggled with control in the wet conditions. As the weather improved, pitchers were able to settle in. All hitters from Bay Ship reached base safely at least once. Leaders included: Vance DeKeyser - 1x1 with a single, RBI, and four runs scored with some smart and aggressive base running; Tyler Grooters - 3x4 with five RBI. Pitchers: - Caden LeMieux (WP) settled in after a tough first inning in the rain to throw 2 2/3 innings. -Blake Guilette had excellent control through 2 1/3 innings in relief. -Tyler Plizak closed out the game.

 

The Lions topped Nicolet Bank 7-3. Curt Meyer and Frankie DeYoung pitched in the win. Leading hitters included Curt Meyer, Braden Evers, Jerik Valley, Jonathon Ahlswede and Frankie DeYoung.

 

Rotary crushed Red Room 14-5. Nick Beck and Derian Muraski were the winning pitchers. Zack Krueger, Sam Zirbel and Derian Muraski each had three hits in the win. Blayre Writt hit his first Cal Ripken League homerun in the game.

 

Standings
Bayship 2-1
Nicolet Bank 2-1
Kiwanis 2-1
Rotary 1-1
Lions 1-1
Red Room 1-2
DC Co-op 0-2

Packerland Conference Spring Standings

By Nick Freimuth   The Packerland Conference spring sports season was abnormally short this year due to snow and field conditions. The abbreviated schedule played by area teams is finished for every sport except girls soccer. The girls have a couple games left this week before their regional tournament play begins on Thursday, May 31. Here is a look at every Packerland sport at their standings provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

BOYS BASEBALL

FINAL STANDINGS

MAY 18, 2018

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Peshtigo                                    7                        1

Sturgeon Bay                            7                        1

Kewaunee                                 5                        3

NEW Lutheran                          4                        4

Oconto                                       4                        4

Sevastopol                                4                        4

Gibraltar                                    3                        5

Southern Door                          2                        6

Algoma                                      0                        8

 

 

GIRLS SOFTBALL

FINAL STANDINGS

MAY 18, 2018

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Oconto                                       8                      0

Southern Door                          7                      1

Algoma                                      6                      2

Kewaunee                                 5                      3

Peshtigo                                    4                      4

Sturgeon Bay                            3                      5

Sevastopol                                2                      6

Gibraltar                                    1                      7

NEW Lutheran                          0                      8

 

 

BOYS GOLF

FINAL STANDINGS

MAY 15, 2018

 

SCHOOL                               SEASON PTS          TOURNEY PTS       TOTAL PTS                                     

Peshtigo                                         36                                    6                             42

Sevastopol                                     28.5                                5                             33.5

Oconto                                            23.5                                3.5                          27

Sturgeon Bay                                 20                                    3.5                          23.5

Southern Door                               13                                    2                             15

NEW Lutheran                               5                                      1                             6

Gibraltar                                         1                                      0                             1

 

 

BOYS TRACK & FIELD

FINAL STANDINGS

MAY 14, 2018

 

SCHOOL                               CONFERENCE MEET POINTS                                                              

Sturgeon Bay                                                165.5

Peshtigo                                                         141.5

Kewaunee                                                      115.5

Algoma                                                             95

Southern Door                                                 70

Oconto                                                              38

Sevastopol                                                       29

Gibraltar                                                           25.5

NEW Lutheran                                                   7

 

 

 

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

FINAL STANDINGS

MAY 14, 2018

 

SCHOOL                               CONFERENCE MEET POINTS                                                              

Algoma                                                           178

Kewaunee                                                      132

Sevastopol                                                       98.5

Sturgeon Bay                                                  87

Peshtigo                                                           72

Southern Door                                                 71

Gibraltar                                                           40.5

Oconto                                                              13

 

 

 

GIRLS SOCCER STANDINGS

MAY 17, 2018

 

SCHOOL                                           WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

Sturgeon Bay                                         4                      0                      0                       8

Sevastopol-Gibraltar                            3                      2                      0                       6

NEW Lutheran                                       1                      3                      0                       2

Kewaunee                                               1                      4                      0                       2

Free Coaching School Offered By Green Bay Packers

By Green Bay Packers   Wisconsin youth football coaches can still register for the Green Bay Packers' fifth annual "Green Bay Packers Coaching School," set for Sunday, June 3,from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Lambeau Field.


The complimentary coaching school has a curriculum exclusively designed for youth football coaches, and can accommodate a maximum of 250 coaches. The event will feature innovative classroom sessions in the Lambeau Field Atrium, as well as on-field football instruction from top Wisconsin football coaches in the Don Hutson Center.



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



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



The deadline to register is May 27, or when a maximum capacity of 250 coaches has been reached. Only registered coaches will be admitted to the event.



To register, please visit https://packers.formstack.com/forms/2018_packers_coaching_school.


 


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

Algoma sweeps while Sturgeon Bay boys, Luxemburg-Casco girls win regional titles

By Tim Kowols       

Four local teams collected extra hardware on a soggy Monday night as the Luxemburg-Casco girls, Sturgeon Bay boys, and both Algoma track and field teams won their respective regional championships.

In Division 2, the Luxemburg-Casco girls edged out Brillion 127-120. The Spartans were led by sectional qualifiers jumper and hurdler Molly Wotruba, 100 meter sprinters Alexandria Wech and Olivia Treml, 200/400 meter runner Kate Hilbert, and middle-distance runner Brenna Cisler.  Kewaunee took third with 85 points while Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay tied for sixth with 64 points. On the boys side, it was Sturgeon Bay winning by an even closer margin of just five points over Two Rivers. The Clippers were led by throwers Rex Meikle and Calvin Meacham, jumper and hurdler Nathaniel Greenlaw, hurdler D.J. Lenius, sprinter Brady Wodack, 400 meter runner Evan Smith,   jumper Hayden Shefchik, and middle distance runner Evan Smith. Luxemburg-Casco finished in fourth place with 103 points, Kewaunee in fifth with 70 points, and Southern Door came in seventh with 52 points.

The defending state champion Algoma Wolves track and field team left no drama in their Division 3 regional, topping Reedsville 184-104. Leading the way for the Wolves were runner Liberty Ansorge, jumpers Khloe Williams, Elizabeth and Anna McClure, throwers Katelyn Williams and Bobby Blahnik, sprinters Williams, Jenny Farley, and Morgan Davister, the girls 4 x 200, 4 x 100, and 4 x 400 meter teams, hurdler Payton Panger, middle distance runners Colleen Dachelet, and pole vaulters McClure and Farley. Sevastopol collected 85 points while Gibraltar earned 49 points. The Algoma boys would not be shown up but their fellow teammates, defeating Manitowoc Lutheran 146-138.  Top finishers for the Wolves include throwers Max Schoening and Aidan Wallace, jumpers Brett Benesh, Ryan Feuerstein and Jordan Deringer,  hurdlers Chase Peronto, Oliver Sealey, and Benesh, the 4 x 100, 4 x 200 runner Oliver Robertson, and pole vaulters Sam Utesch and Feuerstein. Sevastopol took sixth with 55 points and Gibraltar finished in ninth with 28 points.

Sectionals are Thursday at Freedom for Division 2 and Hilbert for Division 3.

You can find full results here for Division 2 and here for Division 3.

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Ready For Regionals After Tough Week

By Bob Desotelle   Sturgeon Bay's Maddy Starr scored in the 34th minute to give host Sturgeon Bay and 1-0 advantage into half time.  Random Lake's Abby Mitchell scored in the 69th minute to tie the game.  After playing games on ThursdayFriday and Saturday, both teams demonstrated terrific determination to get the win, but had to settle for a tie.

Journey to LaCrosse starts Monday for area track and field teams

By Tim Kowols       

Area track and field athletes begin their quest to the state meet held on the campus of UW-LaCrosse Monday with the regional meet. Qualifiers from Monday's meets will only have a couple days to recover before sectionals take place on Thursday.

In Division 2, Kewaunee, Southern Door, Luxemburg-Casco, and Sturgeon Bay head to Brillion to face their regional hosts, Denmark, Roncalli, Wrightstown, and Two Rivers. Qualifiers will head to Freedom for their sectional meet.

In Division 3, the Algoma girls will begin their state title defense at home by hosting regionals In addition to hosting their Packerland Conference rivals Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Gibraltar and Sevastopol, the Wolves will host Hilbert/Stockbridge, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mischicot, Oneida Nation and Reedsville en route to a possible date at sectionals Thursday in Hilbert.

Sister Bay, Institute win big in DCBL action

By Tim Kowols       

Sister Bay and Institute won comfortably Sunday to join Washington Island with 2-0 starts in the young Door County Baseball League season.

Four home runs hit by three different players led Sister Bay to a 16-2 victory over Kolberg. Institute collected runs in each of the first four innings to blow past Baileys Harbor 12-4. Washington Island used a pair of two-run innings to get past Maplewood 4-1. A lone run in the third was all Egg Harbor needed to get past West Jacksonport 1-0.

Zach Davies dominant in rehab start with Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

By Eric Fischer



 

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers fans received a treat on Saturday afternoon when Zach Davies traveled to Appleton to make a rehab start with the Single-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers.  Davies dazzled on the mound, striking out 9 and allowing just 2 hits over 4.2 innings on just 56 pitches, 44 of which were strikes.  The Timber Rattlers earned the win over the Burlington Bees, the affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels.  Top Brewers prospect Tristen Lutz (#8 prospect in Brewers organization) had the lone RBI in the game, driving in Nick Rosetti.  Alex Bettinger, the pitcher who was supposed to make the start on Saturday, earned the win.

Late game heroics lift Brewers over Twins 5-4

By Eric Fischer



 

The Milwaukee Brewers had to come from behind on Saturday night to beat the Twins 5-4.   Freddy Peralta, making his second career start, could not find the magic he had last Sunday, giving up 6 walks and 4 runs in just 4 innings of work, including a 2-run home run to Jake Cave.  Once again, the Brewers bullpen slammed the door shut on opponents, allowing only 2 hits and 2 walks after Peralta's night came to an end in the 4th.  Milwaukee's offense started slow, trailing 4-2 after 4 innings, with the early offense being provided by Jesus Aguilar who had a sacrifice fly in the 1st and another home run in the 4th.  Manny Pina hit a double to bring the Brewers within one and later scored on a wild pitch to tie the game in the 5th.  In the 8th, Christian Yelich left the yard on an opposite-field home run to give Milwaukee a 5-4 lead it would not surrender.  Josh Hader earned the win, coming in with 2 outs in the 7th and pitching 2.1 innings and striking out 6.  The Brewers are now 11-5 in one-run games and lead the NL Central by 1.5 games with a 28-18 record.  Milwaukee looks for the sweep on Sunday afternoon with Junior Guerra on the hill, facing off against former Brewers minor leaguer Jake Odorizzi.

Biggest bass caught in 28 year history of Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament

By Eric Fischer



 

Saturday saw the biggest bass caught in the history of the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament, an 8.78-pound bass caught by the team of Marty McSharry and Benny Antoniewicz.  The duo finished 27th out of 125 teams finishing with a total weight of 46.12 lbs on ten fish.  Jason Stangel and John Ullmer won the tournament registering 58.87 lbs on ten fish, with their biggest fish weighed in at 7.54 lbs.  In total 1145 fish were caught, weighed, and released, with a total weight of 4807.44 pounds.   The average fish weighed in the tournament at 4.20 lbs, less than half the weight of the record fish.

 

(Photo courtesy of Nick Freimuth)

Clippers sweep doubleheader, Ehlers throws perfect game

By Eric Fischer



 

Sturgeon Bay baseball traveled to Wild Rose for two final tune-up games before the WIAA playoffs on Saturday and defeated Rosholt and Wild Rose. In Game 1 against Rosholt, Trent Ehlers threw a perfect game, not allowing a base runner and striking out 9 on the way to a 10-0, 5 inning win. Isaac Berkley led the Clippers offense with two hits and two RBI. In Game 2, it took eight innings to defeat Wild Rose 15-9. Jaeger Brusky earned the win on the mound. Max Bordeau led the way for Sturgeon Bay going 4-5 including a double and triple. Teammates Jake Schnieder, Jared Van Bramer, Isaac Berkley and Ryan Jacobson all notched 2 hits in the win.

Snellenberger snags Stock Car opener at The Hill

By Edward Anschutz



 

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) 5/18/18 Race Report- A total of 79 cars in 4 classes took the green flag for the NAPA Auto Parts season opener at the Hill Raceway. The Stock Cars boasted the highest car count with 32, 21 Sport Mods, 12 Street Stocks and 14 Baby Bombers. We're back in action Friday May 25, 7:00pm.


Dave Bouche jumped to the point from outside row one to take the lead of the Stock Car feature with Luke Lemmens and Brett Wenzel giving chase. An early caution saw Rod Snellenberger use the restart to his advantage making a 3-wide pass on Lemmens and Wenzel to secure the runner up position. Next on the hit list was Bouche, with 8 laps remaining Snellenberger pulled a slide job in turn 3 to take the lead. Snellenberger withstood heavy pressure from Lemmens the remainder of the race to score the win. Lemmens had to settle for second, Wenzel was third, Bouche fourth and Tom Brumlic completed the top five.


In Sport Mod action it was Randy LeMieux Jr. debuting his brand new Advantage Chassis as he led from the drop of the green. Tom Stark raced to second and began to run down the leader as LeMieux Jr. caught lap traffic. With the checker flag waving Stark pulled even with LeMieux Jr. in turn 3. The duo raced under the flagstand with LeMieux Jr. taking the win by half a car. Ryan LeMieux placed third, Craig Dorner was fourth and Chris Budzban rounded out the top five.


Dave DeGrave took the lead from Kevin Luedtke with 6 laps remaining to score the win in the Street Stocks. Luedtke placed second, Travis Lumaye was third, fourth went to Jeremy DuBois and John Hill took fifth after starting last on the field.


DJ Jorgenson lead every lap en route to victory in the Baby Bombers.


HEAT, LCQ & FEATURE


STOCK CAR FEATURE: 1. Rod Snellenberger, Pulaski; 2. Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee; 3. Brett Wenzel, Manitowoc; 4. Dave Bouche, Algoma; 5. Tom Brumlic, Denmark


Heat 1: Trent Nolan, Shawano; Charlie Kroll, Forestville; 2) Bret Koehler, Two Creeks; D. Bouche; 3) Lemmens; Larry Karcz Jr., Pulaski; 4) Brumlic; Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor


LCQ 1: Dan Sell, Pound; David Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay; 2) Kelly Rabe, Green Bay; Tony Bouche, Algoma


SPORT MOD FEATURE: 1. Randy LeMieux Jr., Sturgeon Bay; 2. Tom Stark, Egg Harbor; 3. Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Craig Dorner, Luxemburg; 5. Chris Budzban, Green Bay


Heat 1: Stark; Ryan LeMieux; 2) Dennis Miesler, Luxemburg; Matt Valiquette, Menominee-MI; 3) Budzban; Conor Iverson, Manitowoc


STREET STOCK FEATURE: 1. Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg; 2. Kevin Luedtke, Sturgeon Bay; 3. Travis Lumay, Forestville; 4. Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; 5. John Hill, Sturgeon Bay


Heat 1: DeGrave; DuBois; 2) Luedtke; Ford Malvitz, Sturgeon Bay


BABY BOMBER FEATURE 1. DJ Jorgenson, Oneida; 2. Tony Everard, Green Bay; 3. Nick Everard, Green Bay; 4. David Cox, Seymour; 5. Scott Schlafke, Cleveland


Heat 1: Jorgenson; N. Everard; 2) Tony Everard; TJ Everard




Green Bay Blizzard defeat Nebraska Danger 31-20

By Eric Fischer



 

The Green Bay Blizzard won its second game in three weeks Friday night, defeating the Nebraska Danger 31-20 in Indoor Football League action.  On the final play before halftime, Green Bay was trailing 20-7 when quarterback Bryan Hicks launched a Hail Mary that Andre McDonald hauled in for a 45-yard touchdown that seemed to swing the momentum towards Green Bay.  The PAT was good, and the Blizzard went into halftime down six, 20-14.  Early in the third quarter, Hicks found McDonald again, this time for a 23-yard touchdown which gave Green Bay a 21-20 lead that it would never surrender.  Late in the third, Hicks found McDonald once again for a 21-yard touchdown to put the Blizzard up 28-20.  A defensive struggle saw a nearly scoreless 4th quarter until kicker Jordan Endries hit a 35-yard field goal with just 26 seconds remaining to seal the game.  Hicks finished the game 10-23 with 168 yards and three touchdowns, all going to Andre McDonald.  Running back and defensive back BJ Hill also found the end zone with 20 carries for 76 yards and the touchdown.  The Blizzard are back in action Friday, May 25th when they travel to Iowa to play the Barnstormers.

Brewers take first place back on Friday night with 8-3 win

By Eric Fischer



 

The Milwaukee Brewers took back control of the NL Central on Friday evening, following an 8-3 win against the Minnesota Twins.  The Brewers offense continued its hot streak tallying 15 hits and three home runs in the win.  In his first at-bat since a clutch Opening Day pinch-hit double Ji-Man Choi crushed his first home run of the season to give Milwaukee a 1-0 lead in the second inning.  Ironically, it was Choi's first MLB home run since July 7th, 2017 when he was playing for the Yankees against the Milwaukee Brewers.  Jesus Aguilar continued his power surge as well, leaving the yard twice in the game, with a two-run shot in the 3rd inning, and a solo homer in the 7th.  Among the 15 hits, every Brewer in the lineup notched at least one hit, led by Aguilar and Jonathan Villar each going 3-4.  Milwaukee pitching continued to impress, with Brent Suter having one of his better performances of the 2018 season, pitching 5.2 innings, allowing 1 run on 5 hits and striking out 6.  Jeremy Jeffress remains virtually untouchable, allowing only 1 hit in 1.1 innings from the bullpen, lowering his ERA to 0.38 this season.  Corey Knebel tossed a scoreless 9th in a non-save opportunity, striking out 2.  The Brewers and Twins continue the series Saturday when Freddy Peralta makes his second career start, coming off a phenomenal Mother's Day performance when he struck out 13 batters and didn't allow a hit through 5.1 innings.

Sturgeon Bay crushes Gibraltar 13-0 in Packerland Conference finale

By Eric Fischer



 

In Packerland Conference softball action Friday, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers topped the Gibraltar Vikings 13-0 in 5 innings.  Katie Frank hit two home runs in the win for the Clippers.  Morgan Nelson earned the win for Sturgeon Bay, holding Gibraltar scoreless through 5.  Sturgeon Bay will have one final tune-up with games scheduled vs. Oakfield and Kewaskum on Saturday, before hosting Kiel on Tuesday in the first round of the playoffs.  Gibraltar will rest up before the playoffs start, when it travels to Saint Mary's Springs.

Sturgeon Bay claims share of Packerland Conference title

By  John Berns



Sturgeon Bay claimed a share of the Packerland Conference baseball championship with a 10-2 Friday night victory at Fish Creek. The Clippers were led by 2-hit games from Anthony Moore, Ryan Jacobson. Trent Ehlers.
Jaeger Brusky and Mitchell Jackson. The bulk of the damage was done by Ryan Jacobson with 4 RBI and Trent Ehlers with 3 RBI. Jared Van Bramer earned the win with relief help from Isaac Berkley. Gibraltar got 2-hit
performances from Ben Johnson, Luke Steebs, and Alex Laughlin.

Gibraltar claimed a 7-5 win in the 5-inning non-conference 2nd game. The win was sealed by a 2-run 5th inning single from Ben Johnson, who logged a perfect 3-3 at the plate in the nightcap.

Sturgeon Bay now travels to Wild Rose on Saturday for a pair of games. Game 1 starting at 12pm sees the Clippers battling Rosholt, with a game against Wild Rose being played approximately 30 minutes after the
completion of game 1.

Friday Packerland baseball results

By Eric Fischer



It was a busy Friday in the Packerland Conference as teams begin to prepare for the WIAA playoffs. In Institute, Sevastopol made a late come back to beat NEW Lutheran 5-3. The Pioneers trailed 1-0 going into the 5th inning when it scored 3 runs in the 5th and added 2 more in the 6th, taking a 5-1 lead into the final frame. NEW Lutheran made a comeback attempt but fell just short, scoring 2 in the 7th. Robby Pollman went 3-4 with an RBI, with teammate Josh Pflieger going 2-3 and knocking in 3 runs. Brent Haberli earned the win, throwing a complete game and striking out seven.
In Brussels, the Southern Door Eagles split a doubleheader with the Kewaunee Storm, with Kewaunee taking Game 1 5-1, and Southern Door winning Game 2 10-6. In the first game, Lincoln Barta, Daniel Stangel, and Travis Miller each notched two hits for the Storm, and Wyatt Kruse earned the win on the mound, striking out five Eagles, only allowing 3 hits. In Game 2, Southern Door got the bats going early, scoring all 10 runs in the first three innings, led by Tyler Kroll, who tallied 2 hits, with Devin Schinktgen and Alex Daoust each adding a hit and two RBI. Derik LeCaptain earned the win for the Eagles, striking out three batters in 3.2 innings.

7.67 Pound Bass The Big Catch Of SBOBT Opening Day

By Nick Freimuth   An average of 5.83 pounds per fish on a bag of five fish has recent FLW Tournament champion Korey Sprengel and his fishing partner Adam Neu atop the leader board after opening day of the 28th annual Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. After netting a reported $89,000 cash and prize payout two weeks ago, Sprengel is at it again. The walleye angler is proving he knows a thing or two about small mouth bass as well.

Sprengel's close friend Mark Courts and Scott Walsch are right on their heels with a total day-one weight of 28.76 pounds. Kewaunee's Jason Stangel and John Ullmer round out the day one podium with a total weight of 28.65 pounds. Everyone knows that its not who finishes atop the leader board Friday, its who's on top tomorrow afternoon.

 

Friday saw a remarkable seven fish right at or above seven pounds. In comparison, two different tournaments were held last weekend and a total of three seven pound fish were caught. The top six teams are separated by a pound or less. The winners will go home with a really nice check and a brand new Z518 Ranger boat equipped with the Wisconsin premiere Mercury 4-stroke V6 200 HP motor. Anglers will hit the water again tomorrow at 7:00 AM with weigh-ins beginning at 3:00 PM.

 

Kids Day at the SBOBT will begin at 11:00 AM and run until 2:30 PM Saturday. There is NO COST for kids day and children will be treated by a wide array of games, activities and prizes.

 

Here is a look at the leader board heading into day two:

 

1 KOREY SPRENGEL-ADAM NEU 77 77 7.08 29.15 5/ 5 29.15
2 MARK COURTS-SCOTT WALSCH 84 84 6.98 28.76 5/ 5 28.76 - .39
3 JASON STANGEL-JOHN ULLMER 45 45 7.54 28.65 5/ 5 28.65 - .50
4 JOE LEITERMAN-JIM FUSS 2 2 6.30 28.32 5/ 5 28.32 - .83
5 SHAUN KRUZITSKI-JASON CARRO 51 51 6.02 28.22 5/ 5 28.22 - .93
6 TROY NORMAN-ANDREW CARLSON 30 30 28.14 5/ 5 28.14 - 1.01
7 CALEB COLDWELL-CHAD ADRIANS 54 54 7.67 27.58 5/ 5 27.58 - 1.57
8 MATHEW WARD-JEREMY MILLER 72 72 26.94 5/ 5 26.94 - 2.21
9 ADAM RASMUSSEN-SAM MCSHARRY 91 91 26.90 5/ 5 26.90 - 2.25
10 TED BOEHM-JESSE VANLANNEN 39 39 6.98 26.55 5/ 5 26.55 - 2.60
11 RON HEIM-BRANDON MONGER 1 1 6.31 26.46 5/ 5 26.46 - 2.69
12 JMAMES LACEY-TJ LACEY 31 31 6.25 26.36 5/ 5 26.36 - 2.79
13 DARRELL GREENWOOD-DAVE SMITH 79 79 26.18 5/ 5 26.18 - 2.97
14 CAL CLIMPSON-PAUL CLIMPSON 52 52 6.05 26.04 5/ 5 26.04 - 3.11
15 DAVID BENNETT-SCOTT DINGWALL 59 59 25.37 5/ 5 25.37 - 3.78
16 SCOTT BONNEMA-GEORGE LIDDLE JR. 103 103 7.09 25.36 5/ 5 25.36 - 3.79
17 ROBERT BLOSSER-JOE OKADA 60 60 25.16 5/ 5 25.16 - 3.99
18 BRET ALEXANDER-ERC HAATAJA 94 94 24.97 5/ 5 24.97 - 4.18
19 KURT KINDSGRAB-KEN LIEBNITZ 111 111 6.36 24.79 5/ 5 24.79 - 4.36
20 GARY ADKINS-KYLE CARPENTER 36 36 6.75 24.74 5/ 5 24.74 - 4.41
21 TRENT GLOVER-JIM LOKKEN 61 61 24.45 5/ 5 24.45 - 4.70
22 JASON PRZEKURAT-JAY PRZEKURAT 73 73 24.36 5/ 5 24.36 - 4.79
23 PHIL HAGARTY-STEPHEN HAGARTY 76 76 24.31 5/ 5 24.31 - 4.84
24 CURTIS ANDERSON-CHRIS JENSEN 117 117 24.28 5/ 5 24.28 - 4.87
24 RYAN RASMUSSEN-MIKE RASMUSSEN 127 127 24.28 5/ 5 24.28 - 4.87
26 JODY ROBILLARD-CHAD DELFOSSE 46 46 24.27 5/ 5 24.27 - 4.88
27 MATT MADLENDER-NICK RAY 92 92 24.14 5/ 5 24.14 - 5.01
28 SCOTT OURADA-JOHN ALLEN 15 15 24.07 5/ 5 24.07 - 5.08
29 BRAD HUBER-STEVE ANDERSON 95 95 24.06 5/ 5 24.06 - 5.09
30 PATRICK NEU-RON BARFIELD 62 62 4.63 24.03 5/ 5 24.03 - 5.12
31 JERAMIE HEWKIN-JERAMIE HEWKIN 21 21 23.92 5/ 5 23.92 - 5.23
32 SCOTT WEBSTER-DARYL WARREN 114 114 6.26 23.84 5/ 5 23.84 - 5.31
33 MATT GILBERTSON-JOSHN WILCOX 49 49 5.44 23.81 5/ 5 23.81 - 5.34
34 TAD HEPLER-DAVID EGGERS 42 42 23.70 5/ 5 23.70 - 5.45
35 MATTHEW VANDENHEUVAL-BRODY ZIMMER 83 83 23.64 5/ 5 23.64 - 5.51
36 GREGORY DICKSON-TIM SCHNEIDER 25 25 5.23 23.63 5/ 5 23.63 - 5.52
37 TYLER NELSON-ROBERT BURNHAM 116 116 23.53 5/ 5 23.53 - 5.62
38 CHASE PARSON-GARY PARSONS 89 89 23.26 5/ 5 23.26 - 5.89
39 MICHAEL WALTERS-LUKE RONNESTRAND 78 78 23.24 5/ 5 23.24 - 5.91
40 JAKE DAMMARELL-GREG BAACKE 43 43 23.19 5/ 5 23.19 - 5.96
40 KEVIN FASSBIND-JOHN FARRELL 6 6 23.19 5/ 5 23.19 - 5.96
42 GEORGE EASTMAN-KEVIN SCRAY 123 123 6.30 23.16 5/ 5 23.16 - 5.99
43 JOESPH NIKODEM-CHRIS BROCKMAN 5 5 23.10 5/ 5 23.10 - 6.05
44 BOB IZUMI-DEREK STRUB 40 40 22.96 5/ 5 22.96 - 6.19
45 GORDON FOTHERGILL-EASTON FOTHERGILL 70 70 22.92 5/ 5 22.92 - 6.23
46 SCOTT TONEYS-COLIN TONEYS 34 34 6.46 22.86 5/ 5 22.86 - 6.29
47 TED STEWNER-STEVE ELLIE 17 17 22.58 5/ 5 22.58 - 6.57
48 BRIAN HUGHES-ANAIS CHAVES 9 9 22.52 5/ 5 22.52 - 6.63
49 JAMIE BRUCE-MATT GOLDAMER 101 101 22.51 5/ 5 22.51 - 6.64
50 SCOTT DUNCAN-MIKE GOFRON 75 75 22.45 5/ 5 22.45 - 6.70
51 JOHN BURDA-JUSTIN BURDA 29 29 22.41 5/ 5 22.41 - 6.74
52 SPENSER SAMPLAWSKI-ZACK MCBRIDE 120 120 22.33 5/ 5 22.33 - 6.82
53 WILL PAPPA-NATE SEMPLE 96 96 22.32 5/ 5 22.32 - 6.83
54 DONOLD VAN DUYSE-ARIC WEBER 58 58 22.30 5/ 5 22.30 - 6.85
55 SCOTT ESSERMANN-MIKE EXFERD 28 28 22.18 5/ 5 22.18 - 6.97
56 JON O'CONNOR-JOE FROHREICH 115 115 22.15 5/ 5 22.15 - 7.00
57 KENNETH KABAT-ALBERT KABAT 98 98 7.09 22.09 5/ 5 22.09 - 7.06
58 EDWARD BOHN-ERIC BOHN 22 22 21.88 5/ 5 21.88 - 7.27
59 MIKE GOTTHEARDT-MARK SCHOMMER 81 81 21.72 5/ 5 21.72 - 7.43
60 DAVE KRUCK-JOE KAMINSKI 124 124 21.69 5/ 5 21.69 - 7.46
61 TERRY KLUG-TIM KLUG 38 38 21.63 5/ 5 21.63 - 7.52
62 MATT BICHANICH-CHRIS WILSON 125 125 21.57 5/ 5 21.57 - 7.58
63 STEVE NOOYEN-NEIL VANDERVEST 23 23 21.39 5/ 5 21.39 - 7.76
64 KYLE WESTON-JOHN OLSON 3 3 21.37 5/ 5 21.37 - 7.78
65 TYLER SHANLE-BRENT TE KLULVE 57 57 21.17 5/ 5 21.17 - 7.98
66 KEVIN DILLINGHAM-DAN GOLDBERG 20 20 21.07 5/ 5 21.07 - 8.08
67 ERIC PFEFFER-BART CORNEILUS 68 68 20.81 5/ 5 20.81 - 8.34
68 JEREMY ROETZ-NICK MACHT 56 56 20.50 5/ 5 20.50 - 8.65
69 DAN SCHWEFEL-AUSTIN SCHWEFEL 63 63 20.39 5/ 5 20.39 - 8.76
70 JOHN HYNES-RYAN HAYNES 88 88 20.34 5/ 5 20.34 - 8.81
71 MICHAEL MOHR-RYAN JACOBS 53 53 20.29 5/ 5 20.29 - 8.86
72 JOHN KOLODZIJ-JONATHAN MEACHAM 47 47 20.20 5/ 5 20.20 - 8.95
73 AARON WEIBE-CHRIS THOLL 113 113 20.17 5/ 5 20.17 - 8.98
74 JAMES COONEN-SAMUEL STORTZ 86 86 5.13 20.10 5/ 5 20.10 - 9.05
75 DYLAN DREPHAL-JEREMY PETERSON 35 35 19.93 5/ 5 19.93 - 9.22
76 JEFF MILLER-AL HUHTRA 71 71 19.73 5/ 5 19.73 - 9.42
77 MARTY MCSHARRY-BENNY ANTONIEWICZ 90 90 19.72 5/ 5 19.72 - 9.43
77 BRANDON MIER-JUSTIN KOPUT 66 66 19.72 5/ 5 19.72 - 9.43
79 BRETT KING-LUCAS KING 93 93 19.65 5/ 5 19.65 - 9.50
80 DUNCAN KOPP-RICHARDSON-KEVIN BUCY 7 7 19.53 5/ 5 19.53 - 9.62
81 ROBERT BELMORE-TOM FARCHIONE 12 12 19.52 5/ 5 19.52 - 9.63
82 CHARLES BRANT-NATHAN NIPPER 99 99 19.34 4/ 4 19.34 - 9.81
83 DAVE GUZAK-JIM GUZAK 33 33 19.33 5/ 5 19.33 - 9.82
84 TOM FRANGELLA-MATT MCLELLAND 80 80 19.21 5/ 5 19.21 - 9.94
85 ANDY BUSHMAN-JOE ANDERSON 119 119 19.20 5/ 5 19.20 - 9.95
86 ROBERT WETLI-CHAD VANDERKELEN 85 85 19.12 5/ 5 19.12 -10.03
87 FRITZ PETERSON-TERRY VAN LAANEN 110 110 6.38 19.07 5/ 5 19.07 -10.08
88 BART CORNEILUS-SHAWN SKENADORE 69 69 18.95 5/ 5 18.95 -10.20
89 MATTHEW PRICE-MIKE MEYER 105 105 18.82 6/ 6 18.82 -10.33
90 CHRIS VANDERLOOP-JAY VANDERLOOP 74 74 18.80 5/ 5 18.80 -10.35
91 ALLEN SEVERANCE-TONY JONES 121 121 18.73 5/ 5 18.73 -10.42
92 MARK DUERR-TIM SADOWSKE 107 107 18.71 5/ 5 18.71 -10.44
93 ROLAND SCHNEIDER-JEFF ANDERSON 37 37 18.67 5/ 5 18.67 -10.48
94 PHIL BREDAEL-WILL BREDAEL 19 19 18.37 5/ 5 18.37 -10.78
95 MICHAEL RUHL-JOHNATHAN WILLIAMSON 64 64 5.36 18.01 5/ 5 18.01 -11.14
96 LOGAN MCKENZIE-TICHARD MADEJA 10 10 17.90 5/ 5 17.90 -11.25
97 ANDREW ALBERTS-WILLIAM SCHWEINHAGEN 14 14 17.78 5/ 5 17.78 -11.37
98 RENNIE BALCIUNAS-JOHN GUZEJ 16 16 17.76 5/ 5 17.76 -11.39
99 JAMES CHAPMAN-MATT GARFIELD 109 109 17.74 5/ 5 17.74 -11.41
100 JUSTIN SCHAAL-RAYMOND TIFFANY 87 87 17.64 5/ 5 17.64 -11.51
101 RYAN PETERS-BARRY CHRISTENSON 26 26 17.63 5/ 5 17.63 -11.52
102 JOSH KEENEY-JOHN BARRENS JR 4 4 17.57 5/ 5 17.57 -11.58
103 TOM HANRAHAN-VANESSA HANRAHAN 44 44 17.56 5/ 5 17.56 -11.59
104 RYAN BUSH-KEVIN BUSH 32 32 17.42 5/ 5 17.42 -11.73
105 ANTHONEY BORIS-ANTHONEY OSBORNE 82 82 17.34 5/ 5 17.34 -11.81
105 BILL GODIN-LEROY WILSON 65 65 17.34 4/ 4 17.34 -11.81
107 MICAHEL STEWART-JAKE GASTON 106 106 17.32 5/ 5 17.32 -11.83
108 NICK VESCIO-JUSTIN MOHRING 41 41 17.23 5/ 5 17.23 -11.92
109 RICK PALMTAG-TIM NEWMAN 104 104 17.22 5/ 5 17.22 -11.93
110 MATT ERICKSON-GARY ERICKSON 13 13 16.85 5/ 5 16.85 -12.30
111 DARRIN BOHONIS-DARREN IZUMI 67 67 16.77 5/ 5 16.77 -12.38
112 DAVID LINDSAY-JNAIS LINDSAY 48 48 4.68 16.76 5/ 5 16.76 -12.39
113 LAYNE SEMRAU-TIM KOSTRAVA 24 24 16.67 5/ 5 16.67 -12.48
114 EUGENE SHERMAN-ADAM DION 11 11 16.60 5/ 5 16.60 -12.55
115 GINO CICCHELLO-DEAN GARCIA 27 27 4.74 15.94 5/ 5 15.94 -13.21
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121 TRAVIS STANGEL-BRAD HALE 126 126 6.98 2/ 2 6.98 -22.17
122 MIKE LUEDTKE-ROBERT TENOR 118 118 3.76 1/ 1 3.76 -25.39
123 SHANNON BAGLEY-BRYAN BELDEN 55 55 -29.15
123 WALTER CIBOROWSKI-TROY KARAFA 18 18 -29.15
123 KEBIN MANSER-DAN TRIPLETT 108 108

Clippers Baseball Tops N.E.W. To Set Up Conference Championship Bid

By John Berns   With Memorial Field as the setting on Thursday, Sturgeon Bay took apart New Lutheran 14-4 in a baseball game which was settled in five innings. Jake Schneider twirled a 2-hitter in a solid performance, which saw Schneider issue a single walk while fanning nine Blazer batters. Ryan Jacobson was the hitting star with a 3x5 night featuring three doubles and five RBI. Jacobson's efforts were backed by Trent Ehlers with 2x4 including a single, a double and two RBI. Max Bordeau went 2x3  including a single and a double. Eric Voskamp took the loss for the Blazers, who were led at the plate by a Sam Meerstein's double and a two-run home run from Voskamp.

 

The Clippers now travel to Fish Creek to play a Friday doubleheader against the Vikings, with the opener at 4:00 being an opportunity for Sturgeon Bay to clinch a tie for the Packerland Conference title. Jared Van Bramer will take the mound for the Clippers in their effort to secure a co-championship with the Peshtigo Bulldogs.

Sturgeon Bay Soccer Wins Nail Biter

By Bob Desotelle    Mid fielder Anna Fischer scored in the 73rd minute to give visiting Sturgeon Bay a 1-0 win in Kewaunee.  Although Sturgeon Bay outshot Kewaunee 21-2, a nasty North wind made the game unpredictable with every bounce of the ball.  With the win Sturgeon Bay remains undefeated in the Packerland Conference at 4-0.  "We struggled in the midfield the entire first half.  Our first touch was tough as the field was very rough and the wind just pushed the ball to the South with every pass.  We hit the pipe twice and had some very good looks, but failed to score.  In the second half, we settled down and played more efficiently into the wind.  Kewaunee had an excellent breakaway attempt with their star forward Kembra Browne, but Keeper McKenna Gibson made an outstanding save to keep the score even.  Despite the wind, I liked the way our team possessed the ball and how they worked together.  They have improved considerably over this short season.  We host Random Lake tomorrow night at 7:00 pm."

Cal Ripken Baseball Has Just Two Undefeated Teams Left After Week One

By Travis Grooters

 

Bay Ship evened their season record at (1-1) with a 13-4 win over DC Co-op Wednesday. Caden LeMieux led the game off with a home run crushed over the left field fence to put the Ships up 1-0. Co-op quickly took the lead back, scoring three runs in the first two innings. The Ships' bats didn't stay quiet for long, though. Blake Guilette hit a three-run blast in the top of the 3rd, putting the Ships back up 4-3. Bay Ship scored five more in the top of the 4th, including a three-run shot in straightaway center field from Tyler Plizak. The Ships added four more runs in the top of the 5th to put the game out of reach. Every player for the Ships reached base safely a t least once. Leading Hitters included Caden LeMieux went 3x4 from the plate, including a home run and three runs scored. Tyler Plizak went 2x4 including a double, home run, three RBI, and two runs scored. Blake Guilette went 3x4 with a single, double, home run, and three RBI. Pitchers: Caden LeMieux lasted two innings, giving up three runs. Drew Daoust (WP) was dominant through two shutout innings. Vance DeKeyser closed the game out, throwing the final two innings, and allowing only one run.

 

The Kiwanis moved to (2-0) in a tight 7-6 battle with the Red Room.  Brody Kollath and Alaric Urban combined for the win on the mound. Will Jandrin had two hits including a homerun, Urban knocked one out of the park, Matthew Malvitz had two hits and Cole Rass smashed two hits in the win. Isaac Marsh led Red Room with two hits including a homerun. Teammates Finn Stuth and Jack Henry each had two hits.

 

Nicolet Bank is the only other undefeated team left in the league at (2-0). They beat Rotary 16-4. Tyler Neinas was the winning pitcher. Leading hitters were Tatum Routhieaux and Danny Lodl. Nick Beck had three hits, Sam Zirbel added two including a homerun and Zach Krueger had three hits as well.

Brewers Hit Four Homers in Win  

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-2 Wedensday afternoon. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump for Milwaukee and went five innings of two run baseball. He ended up picking up the win in this one.

The Brewers brought the bats for this game as they homered four times to give themselves a comfy lead. Travis Shaw, Christian Yelich, Tyler Saladino, and Domingo Santana all went deep for Milwaukee.


The Brewers will now be off for a day before they start a series in Minnesota with the Twins. Brent Suter will take the mound on Friday. First pitch being thrown out at 7:10.

Baseball pairings announced

By Tim Kowols       

Even with the a few games left in the season, the WIAA announced the pairings for postseason play, which begins in earnest next.

In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay each scored home games in the first round with the Clippers hosting Chilton and the Spartans facing off against Two Rivers on May 24. If the Spartans and Clippers get past their top-seeded opponents in the second round, they could face each other on May 30.

The first and second rounds almost look like a Packerland Conference tournament field with a potential matchup in the 3rd round looming as well. On May 24, Gibraltar will host Algoma for a chance to play the following Tuesday at Kewaunee. Southern Door will have to get past Roncalli on May 24 and Mischicot May 29 to set up a potential all-Packerland Conference matchup in the 3rd round.

Division 4 features Sevastopol hosting Bowler before a potential second-round matchup against top-seeded Hilbert-Stockbridge.

Softball pairings announced

By Tim Kowols       

Four local softball teams earned first-round byes in the state regional tournament after pairings were announced Wednesday.

Beginning May 22, Sturgeon Bay will host Kiel with the winner taking on Valders. Gibraltar and Sevastopol will head out on the road with the Vikings traveling to St Mary's Springs en route to a possible matchup against Algoma while the Pioneers could head to Mishicot if they are able to beat Stockbridge/Hilbert.

On May 23, Southern Door is slated to host Roncalli while Kewaunee will travel to face Chilton. Luxemburg-Casco will host Shawano Community in their matchup

Packerland Conference Baseball Tuesday Night

By Nick Freimuth    Sevastopol won a big game against Oconto Tuesday 10-6. Zach Christiansen did it all in the win. He earned the win with five and two-thirds innings of lights out baseball on the hill.  Christiansen also contributed three RBI in the victory over the Blue Devils.  Robby Pollman was a hitting machine with three hits and four RBI. Ethan Kroll added two hits.

 

Kewaunee shutout Algoma 8-0 with a one-hit complete game shutout from Andrew Richard.

 

Clippers Baseball Coach John Berns reports:

 

Sturgeon Bay swept Southern Door at Memorial Field Tuesday night. The Clippers took game one 17-5 with Mitchell Jackson taking the win. Jackson was supported by the hitting of Tanner DeGrave with 2-4 and 3 RBI. Andrew Carbajal with 2-2, and  2 RBI each from Jared Van Bramer and Isaac Berkley, Jackson also contributed 2 RBI with a 2-3 night at the plate. Southern Door was led by Tyler Kroll and Adam Gutschow with two hits each.

 

Sturgeon Bay completed the sweep with a 17-1 win in the nightcap behind the pitching of Trent Ehlers. The Clippers were led by Anthony Moore's 3-3 night, featured by a lead-off 1st inning home run. Both Jake Schneider and Max Bordeau were 2-3 on the evening. Sturgeon Bay will now host NEW Lutheran in a Thursday DH starting at 4:30.

Southern Door Sweeps Sturgeon Bay Softball Doubleheader

By Nick Freimuth    Southern Door Softball swept Sturgeon Bay 9-2 and 5-2 in a doubleheader Tuesday. In game one, Lexi Wery threw another gem for the Eagles. She had a no-hitter going until the seventh inning where she gave up two runs on three hits. Wery logged six strike outs in the win. Gabby Atkins, Lexi Wery and Grace LeGrave all had two hits in game one.

 
Southern Door won game two 5-2 behind Grace LeGrave's six strikeout performance. Gabby Atkins, Lexi Wery and Kendra Dantoin all had multi-hit games in the finale. The second game was considered a non-conference game and was called after five innings.



Algoma shutout Kewaunee 4-0 on a one-hitter from pitcher Mikayla Haack.

Opening Night For Cal Ripken Baseball In The Books

By Nick Freimuth   Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay was bustling Monday night with Cal Ripken Baseball. Opening night of the season saw Nicolet Bank come from behind to beat DC Co-op 5-4 in the closest game of the evening.  It was a two-run double in the sixth inning from Cash Nellis that capped the comeback for Nicolet Bank. Danny Lodl was the winning pitcher and also hit a home run in the win. Reece Lauder had two hits in the game including a home run.

 

The Kiwanis had the hot bats of the opener tallying 19 runs to the Lions three. Matthew Malvitz, Cole Rass and Noah Moll all combined for the win on the mound. Brody Kollath and Will Jandrin each had three hits. Jake Zettle had two hits including a grand slam. Cole Rass and Matthew Malvitz also had two hits in the win.

 

Brady Kita and Isaac Marsh each had multi-hit games to help lift the Red Room over Bayship 6-2. Calvin Richard and Isaac Marsh combined for the win on the mound. Caden LeMeiux and Tyler Plzak had two hits for the Ships. Blake Guillette and Tyler Grooters each knocked in a run in the loss.

Brewers Lose Game Two in Arizona

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 last night. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee and went seven innings of one run ball. Arizona tacked on the last run in the eighth inning on an RBI single.

Hits were hard to come by in this game for the Brewers. The lone run in the game was scored by Christian Yelich on a Travis Shaw RBI double in the fourth inning.


The Brewers will now continue the series with the Diamondbacks today. Brandon Woodruff will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch being thrown out at 2:40.

Peshtigo capitalizes on Gibraltar errors on 105.1 WSBW

By Eric Fischer



 

In Tuesday night Packerland Conference action on 105.1 WSBW, the Peshtigo Bulldogs took advantage of several Gibraltar errors en route to a 5-1 loss in Game 1 of a doubleheader.  The Vikings struck first when Brandon Stillman reached on a hit-by-pitch and scored in the third inning to give Gibraltar a 1-0 lead.  The lead was short lived as in the bottom half of the third, Peshtigo scored twice, after a walk and two errors, to give the Bulldogs a lead that it would not lose.  Gibraltar was not without opportunity as it had runners on 1st and 2nd base with one out in both the fourth and fifth innings but could not capitalize.  Offensively, the Vikings were led by Spencer Krause and Alex Laughlin who each reached base safely twice, Krause having a single and reaching on a fielder's choice and Laughlin walking twice.  Laughlin took the loss on the mound, throwing six innings with six strikeouts.  Laughlin didn't have much help behind him, as the Vikings committed seven errors.  With the win, Peshtigo was able to clinch a share of the Packerland Conference championship.

Brewers Keep Winning On The Road

By Nick Freimuth   It marked the fourth win out of five games to start a daunting 10-game road trip Monday when the Brewers topped the Diamondbacks 7-2. Junior Guerra picked up his third win of the season in an impressive six inning outing. The highlight of the night in Major League Baseball came in the top of the ninth inning. Tyler Saladino hit a two-run inside the park home run to center field to ice the Milwaukee victory. Jonathan Villar also hit a home run in the inning. Villar finished 3x4 on the night. Orlando Arcia also knocked in a pair of runs in the win.

 

Milwaukee is now (25-17) on the season, alone in first place in the NL Central and will play in Arizona tonight with first pitch at 8:40 PM.

Cal Ripken Baseball Season Underway In Sturgeon Bay

By Travis Grooters    It was the perfect backdrop for the opening night of Cal Ripken Baseball in Sturgeon Bay. Bay Ship played the Red Room and the 1,000 foot Paul R. Tregurtha floated majestically behind the field as the first Sturgeon Bay Major League game of the year was played out. Red Room won the game 6-2 after jumping out early with a run in the bottom of the first. They then scored four more runs during a two-out rally in the bottom of the third inning.

 

The Ships started making good contact in the final two innings, scoring their only two runs in the sixth and final inning. The Red Room got three shutout innings from Calvin Richard, who struck out six to earn the win. Isaac Marsh pitched the final two innings, allowing two runs and striking out two. The Ships got a solid start from Tyler Plizak who went three innings and Caden LeMieux threw the final two innings, allowing only one run. Caden LeMieux and Tyler Plizak both went 2x3 from the plate with a run scored. Blake Guilette and Tyler Grooters each had a RBI for the Ships.

 

Photo by Katie Grooters

Sturgeon Bay Softball (2-2) In Last Four Days

Algoma shutout Sturgeon Bay varsity softball Monday afternoon 6-0. Mikayla Haack earned the shutout in the circle for the Wolves. She allowed just one hit to the Clippers. Kate Frank had a double for Sturgeon Bay to break up the no-hitter. Monday's loss was the fourth game in four days for Sturgeon Bay.

 

Heading into the weekend, Manitowoc Roncalli beat Sturgeon Bay 5-2. Andie Rockendorf and Koko Hartzell each had two hits in the loss.

 

On Saturday, the Clippers went 2/2 in a tournament they hosted in Sturgeon Bay. In game one, Morgan Nelson pitched a great game to lead the Clippers past Fond du Lac St. Mary's Springs 3-1. Gracie Abeyta and Andie Rockendorf each had two hits. After St. Mary's Springs tied the game at 1-1 in the top of the 5th  with a home run by Emma Rolf, Sturgeon Bay's Ashley Sternard would hit a two out, two RBI double in the bottom of the 5th inning to put the game away.

 

In game two of tournament play Saturday, Sturgeon Bay topped Sheboygan Falls 5-3. Gracie Abeyta, Andie Rockendorf and Melissa Moxon all had two hits each. Morgan Nelson was again the winning pitcher.

Sturgeon Bay boys, Algoma girls capture Packerland track titles

By Tim Kowols       

The Sturgeon Bay boys and Algoma girls ended their conference track seasons on a high note as they captured Packerland titles Monday night.

 

On the boys' side, the Clippers boasted four individual event titles including Hayden Shefchik capturing gold in the high jump and as a member of  the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relay teams. The 2018 conference title marks the sixth in program history and the third in three years.

 

Kewaunee's Spencer Kirsteatter swept the distance events while Southern Door collected titles in the 200 meter dash by Jared Conard and the 4 x 800 relay. Kiegan Sargent won top long jump honors for Sevastopol.

 

On the girls' side, Algoma once again dominated the field events en route to the conference title, winning four of the six events. In addition to winning the shot put and discus events, the Wolves' Katelyn Williams added to her own personal medal count by capturing the 4 x100 relay and 100 meter dash crowns. Second place Kewaunee boasted five individual titles, including the triple jump and high jump events.

 

You can find full results here.

Gibraltar looks to tame Peshtigo on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings will take the long trip around the bay on Tuesday as they face the Peshtigo Bulldogs in Packerland Baseball action. The Vikings had their two game winning streak snapped by Coleman on Saturday. Brandon Stillman accounted for both RBI in the 3-2 loss. Luke Steebs took the loss with only one rough inning costing him the victory, giving up three runs in a fatal third inning. The conference-leading Bulldogs are coming off an impressive 12-3 win over Southern Door on Saturday with Mitchell Ahrens and Travis Plym each collecting two hits and at least one RBI in the win. The Vikings are sitting in the fourth position in the conference entering Tuesday's action.

 

Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will have the first game of the doubleheader beginning at 3:30 p.m. with the pre-game show and 4:00 first pitch. The game will be carried live on 105.1 The Viking, DoorCountyDailyNews.com, and Facebook.

Brewers Take Final Game in Colorado

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies 7-3 on Mother's Day. Freddy Peralta made his major league debut for Milwaukee and it was a special one. He took a no-hitter into the sixth inning while striking out thirteen batters in the game.

Travis Shaw hit a monster homer in the third inning to give Freddy a little bit of breathing room. Jesus Aguilar followed that up in the sixth with a three-run shot. Milwaukee never looked back in this one.


The Brewers will now start a series with the Diamondbacks on Monday. Junior Guerra will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch being thrown out at 8:40.

5.86 Pound Average On 10 Fish Wins SBBT

By Nick Freimuth   The Third Annual Sturgeon Bay Bass Tournament took place last weekend with the winning weight of 58.56 pounds taking home first place. Adam Rasmussen and Benny Antoniewicz became back-to-back champions with their impressive efforts. Caleb Colwell and Chad Adrians finished second with 56.23 pounds. Third place went to Scott Ourada and John Allen with 53.50 pounds. There were two fish caught during the tournament over seven pounds.

Big Weekend For Southern Door Softball

By Nick Freimuth    Southern Door swept a rare Packerland Conference double header Saturday against two different schools. In the Eagles first game against Pestigo, Jackie Atkins lead the way to a 6-5 win with four hits. Grace LeGrave was the winning pitcher. Tehya Bertrand added three hits in the win. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Atkins got a base hit and stole second.  She advanced to third on a ground ball by Gabby Atkins and then scored the winning run on a wild pitch.

 

In game, two, Southern Door peat Algoma 1-0 in eight innings. Grace LeGrave was again the winning pitcher. Makayla Haack was the loosing pitcher but struck out 11 in a great effort. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Jackie Atkins got a base hit and stole second. Again, older sister Gabby Atkins hit a double to left center for the game winning RBI.

 
After an exciting weekend, Southern Door moved to (5-1) in conference and (12-2) overall.

 

Top state performers in the field at Packerland Track Championships

By Tim Kowols       

When the Packerland Conference Track Championships get underway this afternoon in Algoma, some of the state's best will not be in the lanes but located in the pits of the sport's field events. According to Athletic.net and WisconsinTrackOnline.com, the Packerland Conference boasts 13 athletes among the state's best, with 11 of those throwing and jumping their way potentially to the podium. On the girls' side, Algoma has seven athletes among the ranked athletes with Katelyn Williams (shot put, discus) and Elizabeth McClure (high jump, pole vault) leading the way. On the boys' side, Algoma has three athletes (Max Schoening, shot put; Sam Utesch, pole vault; Ryan Feuerstein, triple jump) leading the way. On the track, however, it is Gibraltar with some of the top performers. Gibraltar's 400 relay time of 53.82 seconds has them in the top 20 while Evan Henry has a top ten 3200 meter run time with a 1600 meter showing sitting just outside the ranking. The action gets underway at 3 p.m.

Offense leads the way in opening weekend of Door County Baseball League

By Tim Kowols       

Two teams reached double figures and another got close as the Door County Baseball League season got underway over the weekend. Institute officially opened the season on Saturday with a 9-4 win over Kolberg. On Sunday it was playoff season champion West Jacksonport topping Maplewood 6-2, Washington Island beating Egg Harbor 10-6, and regular season title winner Sister Bay shutting out Baileys Harbor 17-0.

 

Former Brewer Jerry Augustine reflects on growing up in Kewaunee

By Eric Fischer



 

A former Milwaukee Brewers pitcher and Kewaunee native credits growing up in the area as a driving force of his success.  Jerry Augustine is one of five Kewaunee residents to ever play professional sports and the only Kewaunee High School graduate to make it to the MLB.  Augustine says growing up in Kewaunee meant a lot to him and he cherishes the memories he made.



Augustine still keeps in touch with family in the area and pays extra attention to Storm athletics.  Augustine currently lives near Milwaukee and works as an analyst for Fox Sports Wisconsin.

(Photo courtesy of Jerry Augustine's Twitter page @jaugie46)

Brewers offense ice cold in 4-0 loss to Colorado

By Eric Fischer



 

While the Brewers offense was red hot Friday night, it was ice cold Saturday, as Milwaukee lost to the Rockies 4-0.  The Brewers only managed five hits Saturday night and struck out ten times.  Milwaukee did have a couple opportunities in the contest going 0-11 with runners in scoring position, as well as a controversial call regarding a long foul ball that could have been called a home run for Jesus Aguilar. Brent Suter was forced to make a spot start for Chase Anderson on Saturday, and Rockies shortstop Trevor Story went 3-3 and drove in all four runs in the game, including two home runs off Suter.  With Suter starting a day earlier, Brewers #9 prospect, 21-year-old Freddy Peralta will make his MLB debut to fill the gap in the rotation, becoming the youngest Brewers starting pitcher since Yovani Gallardo made his debut in 2007 (via Adam McCalvy at Brewers.com).

Luxemburg-Casco travels to Wrightstown for North Eastern Conference track meet

By Eric Fischer



 

The Luxemburg-Casco track teams traveled to Wrightstown for the North Eastern Conference meet, with the boys taking second place and the girls finishing fifth.  For the boys, Hunter Liebeck took home conference titles in the 1600 meter and 3200 meter races.  Second place finishers for the Spartans were Marshall Paider in the 800 meter race, Tanner Kasten in the 1600 meter race, and Matt Cravillion in the high jump.  For the girls, the team of Cisler, Bukouricz, Tillman, and Shefchik was the lone silver finisher, placing in the 4x800 meter relay.

Luxemburg-Casco splits home quad

By Eric Fischer



Luxemburg-Casco split its home quad on Saturday, defeating Shawano 2-1 and losing to Iron Mountain 4-1.  In the Shawano win, Lauren Dhuey found the net once and assisted Madi VanDenBush on her goal.  In the loss to Iron Mountain, it was Brynn Holwarth recording to only Spartans goal.  Goalkeepers Natalie Haen and Allison Prevost totaled 17 saves in the contests.

Saturday Packerland Conference baseball results

By Eric Fischer



 

It was a busy Saturday for Packerland Conference baseball.  Sturgeon Bay traveled to Algoma and rolled to a 7-0 win.  Jared VanBramer struck out seven and allowed just four hits over 6.2 innings.  Max Bordeau, Anthony Moore, and Trent Ehlers all had two hits for the Clippers, with Ryan Jacobson adding a three-RBI double as well.  For the Wolves, Casey Nelson had two hits.

Peshtigo made the most of its trip to Southern Door, cruising to a 12-3 win over the Eagles.  Mitchell Ahrens led the Bulldogs with two hits and two RBI and teammate Travis Plym also adding two hits and an RBI.  Nick Nelson earned the win for Peshtigo, allowing just one run over four innings.

Kewaunee shutout Sevastopol in both games of a doubleheader, winning 13-0 and 6-0.  Daniel Stangel went 3-3 in game one, driving in one run and scoring four.  Lincoln Barta, Cody Bultman, and Wyatt Kruse all went 2-3 combining for seven RBI.  Andrew Richard only allowed one hit, going to Sevastopol's Zach Christianson, struck out four in the five-inning contest.  In Kewaunee's 6-0, game two win, the Storm scored two in each of the three innings.  Kruse went 2-2 and threw 4.1 shutout innings.  Jacob Pflieger knocked two hits for the Pioneers.

In non-conference play, the Coleman Cougars traveled to Gibraltar and came away victorious 3-2.  Coleman scored all three of its runs in the third inning. Cole Woulf, Mason Risner, and Sam Kutcha all recorded two hits in the win.  Luke Steeps and Nate Ewaskowitz each had two hits for the Vikings in the loss.  Steebs took the loss after throwing six innings.

DCY swimmers earn state honors, Max McHugh State Swimmer of the Year

By Eric Fischer



Last Sunday, the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association awarded four local swimmers state honors.  Luke Bosley and Brock Aune from Southern Door High School, Evan Smith from Sturgeon Bay High School and Max McHugh from Sevastopol were honored for their accomplishments as members of the DCY swim team.  McHugh was also awarded as the Wisconsin Division 2 State Swimmer of the Year.  At this year's Wisconsin State Meet, the four-person team took second in the 200-yard relay race, with McHugh setting the state record in the 50-yard freestyle race and the US record 100-yard breaststroke.

Brewers win after another late-inning comeback

By Eric Fischer



 

It took some late-inning theatrics once again, but the Milwaukee Brewers have done it again, winning Friday night 11-10 in extra innings in Colorado.  At one point in Friday night's contest, the Brewers trailed 9-3 before rallying to tie and later win the ballgame, the largest comeback since Mother's Day in 2017. Similar to last Mother's Day, it was Manny Pina providing the big moment, this time with a game-tying home run in the 9th inning that bounced off the top of the wall in right field.  In the 10th inning, Travis Shaw laced a single up the middle to score Lorenzo Cain, giving Milwaukee its first lead since the 3rd inning.  Jeremy Jeffress earns the win after tossing a scoreless 9th, with Josh Hader earning his 6th save with 2 strikeouts.  Milwaukee remains half a game behind the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central and Chase Anderson to the mound for the third game of the four-game series with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 pm.

Luxemburg-Casco softball sweeps doubleheader

By Eric Fischer



 

Luxemburg-Casco softball traveled to Oconto Falls on Friday afternoon and swept a doubleheader to move into second place in the North Eastern Conference.  The Spartans took Game 1 in convincing fashion with a 5-0 win, only allowing one Oconto Falls Panther to have more than one hit.  In Game 2, the Spartans jumped out to a three-run lead in the first and that proved to be enough as Luxemburg-Casco held on for a 3-1 win.  The Spartans are back in action Monday when it travels to Marinette.

Kewaunee storms past Algoma in Packerland baseball

By Eric Fischer



 

In Packerland Conference baseball Friday afternoon, Kewaunee scored early and often as the Storm beat the Wolves 14-4 in 5 innings.  In a back and forth game through the first three innings, the Storm poured in 6 runs in the 4th, and 4 runs in the 5th.  Wyatt Kruse led the way for Kewaunee going 4-4 with 5 RBI, with teammates McCoy Walechka and Daniel Stangel each going 3-4 as well.  Daniel Stangel earned the win on the mound, pitching 3.1 innings, allowing 4 hits, 4 runs, and 7 strikeouts.  For Algoma, Trevor Nell had 2 of the Wolves 4 hits, in a 2-3 performance.  Kewaunee goes to 2-3 in the Packerland Conference and travels to Sevastopol for a doubleheader on Saturday.  Algoma also stands at 2-3 in conference play and hosts Sturgeon Bay on Saturday.

Brewers Take First Game in Colorado

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies 5-2 last night in Colorado. Jhoulys Chacin pitched really well against his former team. He went nearly six innings while only allowing two runs. Corey Knebel came in and shut the door on the Rockies for his first save since coming off the DL.

It was Lorenzo Cain homering off the first pitch of the game to kick off the scoring. He added another RBI single in the fifth and the Brewers never looked back in this one.


The Brewers will now continue their series with the Rockies tonight. Brandon Woodruff will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch being thrown out at 7:40.

Clippers Soccer Riding High This Spring

By Bob Desotelle    Sturgeon Bay traveled to Green Bay Thursday and topped N.E.W. Lutheran 5-1 on a water soaked field.  This game got started quickly with Sturgeon Bay's Maddy Starr scoring in the 4th minute assisted by Anna Fischer.  NEW responded in the 16th minute tying the game, but that would prove to be the only goal for the Blazers.  The "Beckham Sisters" (Maddy Starr and Anna Fischer) took over the game scoring four more goals giving Sturgeon Bay a 5-1 win and a (3-0) conference record.

 

This game was actually pretty even for the first 20 minutes or so.  N.E.W. was able to win some 50/50 balls in the middle of the field and they transitioned quickly and got a few decent shots on goal besides their goal.  As the half progressed, The Clippers took over the middle of the field and began possessing the ball more consistently which led to two more goals.  The last goal was a back breaker for NEW.  Sturgeon Bay's Carlie Wodack laced a nasty cross to the back post that Anna Fischer scored on with 21 seconds left in the half.  With that gained momentum, the Clippers never looked back scoring two unanswered goals in the final half.

 

This game showed we are improving.  Every player contributed.  We moved the ball purposefully with good passing and stayed connected through communication.  Our players demonstrated they understand how to succeed using our system of play.  The coaches were very pleased with the team after this win.  Maddy Starr scored four goals and Anna Fischer scored one goal.  Anna Fischer, Claire Tellstrom and Ella "The Destroyer" Pinkert all assisted on goals.   Keeper McKenna Gibson had four saves and the Clippers tallied 24 shots on goal.  Sturgeon Bay plays Kewaunee at home next Thursday at 4:30 PM.

Softball recap: Algoma doubles up Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay cruises

By Tim Kowols       

Three runs in the third inning gave the Algoma Wolves the breathing room needed to beat the Peshtigo Bulldogs 6-3 in Packerland Conference action Thursday. Karina Naze had her best game of the year to date and collected four hits en route to tallying three runs scored and one knocked in on the afternoon Mikayla Haack and Makayla Guillette each tallied a RBI in the win. Haack pitched three innings, allowed two hits and struck out two. Madddie Prokash pitched four innings, allowed four hits and struck out three.

 

In Sturgeon Bay, a seven-run inning secured the win for the Clippers in a 8-1 decision against the Sevastopol Pioneers. Gracee Abeyta, Melissa Moxon, Ashley Sternard, and Morgan Nelson all knocked in runs in the victory.

 

Southern Door swept a doubleheader with Gibraltar in Fish Creek Thursday. Gabby Atkins tallied six hits on the day and became the all-time hits leader for a career at Southern Door High School. Here is a look at results from Thursday's Southern Door sweep:


Game 1

Gibraltar vs Southern Door (Conference Game)


Southern Door Win 15 – 0


Grace LeGrave had a 26 pitch perfect game


Lexi Wery had a 3 RBI homerun


Gabby Atkins had 3 hits


Erin Tadych had 3 hits


Pluff was the losing pitcher for Gibraltar


 

 

Game 2


Southern Door vs Gibraltar (Non-Conference Game)


Southern Door Win 11-1


Lexi Wery winning pitcher


Lexi Wery had a 2 run homerun


Gabby Atkins had 3 hits


Kita was the losing pitcher for Gibraltar


Baseball recap: Sturgeon Bay sweeps, Gibraltar wins

By Tim Kowols       

Sturgeon Bay cruised to two Packerland Conference victories and Gibraltar scored one of their own during Thursday's slate of games.

In Sturgeon Bay, the Clippers slugged past Sevastopol 7-1 and 18-4 in their two games. In the first game, Anthony Moore tallied two RBI while Jaeger Brusky, Ryan Jacobson, Trent Ehlers, and Mitch Jackson each collected one of their own. Jake Schneider did not need much help as he only gave up a run on five hits with eight strike outs. In the second game, Brusky and Moore went deep to lead the way in the blow out.

In Fish Creek, Trevor Reinhardt returned to the mound to throw six innings and register eight strikeouts in Gibraltar's 9-5 win over Southern Door. Brandon Stillman got an RBI on two hits while Ben Johnson and Nathan Ewaskowitz each drove in a pair.

In Peshtigo, hits by Zach Schmidt and Casey Nelson provided some of the lone highlights for the Algoma Wolves as they fell to the Bulldogs 14-0 in five innings.

Golf Recap, Sevastopol's Welsing top local finisher in Packerland Conference

By Tim Kowols       

A nine-hole score of 40 by Sevastopol's Jacob Welsing led the Pioneers to a second place finish in Thursday's Packerland Conference meet in Marinette. The Pioneers as a team scored 184, 29 strokes behind Peshtigo. Behind Welsing's fifth-place finish, Sturgeon Bay's Reece Nellis finished tied for sixth with a score of 41.

Team Scores: 1. Peshtigo 155, 2. Sevastopol 184, 2. Oconto 184, 3. Sturgeon Bay 196, 4. Southern Door 202, 5. Gibraltar 211, 6. N.E.W. Lutheran 215.

Paige Thompson signs on to Alma College

By Eric Fischer



Another local athlete will be participating in college athletics after graduation.  Paige Thompson, a senior at Gibraltar High School signed her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to swim at Alma College next fall.  Alma College is a Division III school in Michigan that completes in the MIAA.  Paige was joined by her parents Jennifer and Mark Thompson, and brother Connor, who is also a swimmer.  Alma College will begin its Swim and Dive season October 12th.

Brewers Face Tough Pitching In Loss To Cleveland

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Cleveland Indians 6-2 on Wednesday afternoon. They ran into some tough pitching by the Indians. Carlos Carrasco went the distance in this game while striking out fourteen Brewer batters.

Milwaukee was only able to get five hits in this game. They never really were able to barrel up the ball at any point in this game. Junior Guerra started on the mound and went five innings allowing four earned runs.


The Brewers will now travel out to Colorado to take on the Rockies in a four game series. Jhoulys Chacin will start on the bump. First pitch being thrown out at 7:40.

Packers Shareholders Offered Commemorative Document

By Green Bay Packers   Packers Shareholders now can purchase a validated, personalized document that confirms their stock ownership, with a new edition released for 2018.


The image on the new version of the collectible document honors the Packers' 100 Seasons celebration as the team celebrates its 100th season in 2018. The document features a photo from the Packers-Bears game on Nov. 5, 1939, layered behind a photo of Lambeau Field from 2018. The photo is exclusive to the Shareholder collectible document and may not be purchased elsewhere.



Shareholders and fans should note that this collector's item is not part of a new stock offering and there is no anticipated offering in the foreseeable future. Each year, a new edition of the collectible will be available, with a different image of a significant Packers moment. It has no value and does not double as a stock certificate, but it is official documentation that confirms stock ownership.



These personalized, high-quality collectible documents, exclusive to Shareholders, are printed on heavyweight cover stock and will be redesigned each year. The collectible document is priced at $39.95, plus shipping and handling.



In previous years, the Packers have received numerous requests from Shareholders for a duplicate copy of a single stock certificate to be printed in order to showcase their ownership in multiple locations. Because single shares are prohibited from being duplicated, this document allows Shareholders a way to display their ownership status in more than one place, whether in their home, office or elsewhere.



The offer, which adds to the already-popular Shareholder merchandise, is available only to current Packers Shareholders. There is no limit on the number of documents that a Shareholder may purchase.



Shareholders may find more information and order the new collector's item at http://packersowner.com or http://packersproshop.com/shareholders. Interested Shareholders may also call (855) 846-7225 or email shareholderservices@packers.com with any questions regarding the collectible.



Because the documents are validated and personalized, Shareholders are asked to allow at least one to two weeks for delivery.

Algoma Track & Field Invite Dominated By DePere

By Nick Freimuth   The Algoma girls came in second as did the Sturgeon Bay boys, but it was DePere who proved their power Tuesday at the Algoma Invite.

 

Here is a look at first place finishing Packerland Conference athletes

 

Kewaunee's Nick Baumgartner - 110 hurdles

Kewaunee's Nick Baumgartner - pole vault

Kewauee's Max Hanrahan - 800 meter

Kewaunee's Alex Hewett - triple jump

Sturgeon Bay's 4x100 relay: Brady Wodack, Luke Brinkman, Hayden Shefchik, Nathaniel Greenlaw

Sturgeon Bay's 4x200 relay: Brady Wodack, Luke Brinkman, Hayden Shefchik, Nathaniel Greenlaw

 

Algoma's 4x100 relay: Morgan Davister, Courtney Guilette, Katelyn Williams, Khloe Williams

Algoma's Katelyn Williams - shot put

Algoma's Katelyn Williams - discus

Algoma's Khloe Williams - long jump

Algoma's Elizabeth McClure - high jump

 

Female Team Scores
Place Name Points
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1 De Pere 210.5
2 Algoma High School 145
3 Little Chute 77
4 Kewaunee 72
5 Sevastopol 58.5
6 Sturgeon Bay 56
7 Gibraltar 31
8 Denmark 28
9 Green Bay New Lutheran 2

Male Team Scores
Place Name School Points
=====================================================================
1 De Pere 210
2 Sturgeon Bay 117
3 Little Chute 99
4 Kewaunee 97
5 Algoma High School 71
6 Denmark 63
7 Sevastopol 14
8 Green Bay New Lutheran 8
8 Gibraltar 8

 

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Earns Key Win Over Oconto

By John Berns   Sturgeon Bay kept pace in the Packerland Conference baseball race with a 4-2 victory over Oconto at Sturgeon Bay. Sturgeon Bay jumped on top with two runs in the second inning, highlighted be a Tanner DeGrave single and a 2-out RBI double from Max Bordeau. The Clippers added an unearned run in the 4th, and took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the 6th on a solo Bordeau blast. Oconto got on the board with a 2-run HR from Hayden Honish in the 7th, and had runners on 2nd and 3rd when the game ended. Jared Van Bramer pitched into the 7th inning for the Clippers, with Jake Schneider getting the save. With the tying runs on base, Schneider retired the final three batters he faced, two by strikeout.

 

Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to host Sevastopol for a doubleheader on Thursday, with the first game scheduled to start at 4:30. Game one will count in the Packerland Conference standings, with game two being a non-conference tilt.

Brewers Back In First Place In NL Central

By Nick Freimuth   A 3-2 win over the Cleveland Indians Tuesday night has Milwaukee in a tie with the cardinals for first place in the NL Central. Winning pitcher Brent Suter hit his first career home run, a no doubt about it shot, to dead center field ion the third inning to give Milwaukee the winning margin they needed. Travis Shaw opened the game with a first inning blast. It was his seventh home run on the year. Christian Yelich was also in a groove finishing 3x4 at the plate on the night.

 

The two game series wraps up this afternoon at Miller Park with first pitch at 12:10 pm.

Log Jam In Packerland Conference Baseball Standings

By Nick Freimuth   Nobody is running away with the Packerland Conference baseball standings this spring. It is one of the most odd seasons in recent memory due to the lack of games that will be played. To start the week there were five teams all tied atop the conference with one loss each. Standing below provided by Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz reflect three games called in from Monday night.

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Peshtigo                                    4                        1

NEW Lutheran                          3                        1

Oconto                                       3                        1

Sturgeon Bay                           1                        1

Sevastopol                                2                        2

Gibraltar                                    2                        3

Kewaunee                                 1                        3

Southern Door                          1                        2

Algoma                                      0                        3

Two Undefeated Teams Remain In Packerland Conference Softball

By Nick Freimuth   Oconto and Algoma appear to be the teams to beat with Kewaunee and Southern Door knocking on the door just one game out in Packerland Conference softball standings. Only a week and a half remains of the regular season with regionals scheduled to begin Tuesday, May 22. Here is a look at mixed standings after a handful of teams reported results from Monday night. Standings provided by Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz.

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Oconto                                       4                      0

Algoma                                      3                      0

Kewaunee                                 3                      1

Southern Door                          2                      1

Peshtigo                                    2                      2

Gibraltar                                    1                      3

Sevastopol                                0                      2

Sturgeon Bay                            1                      2

NEW Lutheran                          0                      5

Packerland Conference Girls Soccer Standings

By Nick Freimuth   The Packerland Conference girls soccer schedule suffered the same fate as softball and baseball with half the season lost due to snow. In a conference with only four teams games are at a premium. Here is a look at the conference standings prior to play Monday as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

SCHOOL                                           WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

Sturgeon Bay                                          2                      0                      0                       4

NEW Lutheran                                       1                      1                      0                       2

Sevastopol-Gibraltar                            1                      1                      0                       2

Kewaunee                                              0                      2                      0                       0

Packers Busy Signing Draft Picks & Adding Free Agents

By Green Bay Packers   Monday was a busy day for the Green Bay Packers front office. In total, the team signed six draft choices as well as rookie free agents linebacker Greer Martini and tight end Ryan Smith . The transactions were announced by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.


DRAFT SIGNINGS:






































































RdNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
4J'Mon MooreWR6-3205MissouriMissouri City, Texas
5aCole MadisonG6-5308Washington StateBurien, Wash.
5cMarquez Valdes-ScantlingWR6-4206South FloridaSt. Petersburg, Fla.
6Equanimeous St. BrownWR6-5214Notre DameAnaheim, Calif.
7aJames LooneyDT6-3287CaliforniaLake Worth, Fla.
7cKendall DonnersonLB6-3249Southeast MissouriMaumelle, Ark.


UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:

































NoNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
58Greer MartiniLB6-3232Notre DameWoodberry Forest, Va.
48Ryan SmithTE6-4257Miami (Ohio)Oak Park, Ill.

 


Both rookie free agent signees participated in Green Bay's rookie orientation camp this past weekend.


 


Martini, 22, played in 50 games with 17 starts in four seasons for the Irish, recording 191 tackles (104 solo), 14½ tackles for a loss, five sacks, three passes defensed, two forced fumbles, four QB hits and an interception. As a senior, he set career highs in starts (seven), tackles (75), solo tackles (39) and forced fumbles (two).



Smith, 22, started 32 of the 48 games he played in over four years. In 2017, he was named the team's Offensive Power Player of the Year after he recorded a career-best 35 receptions for 454 yards (13.0 avg.) and four touchdowns. As a junior, Smith set career highs in games started (13) and tied his career high from 2015 with five TD receptions.

Gibraltar dominates Algoma on 105.1 The Viking

By Eric Fischer



 

Three days after being no-hit by Sevastopol, Gibraltar was firing on all cylinders as the Vikings defeated Algoma 11-1 in 5 innings.  The first inning looked like it would be a defensive struggle, with each team having its first three batters retired.  Gibraltar would score multiple runs in every inning, including four straight eight batter innings.  Offensively, the Vikings were lead by Ben Johnson, Andras Szakala, and Brandon Stillman who each had two hits, in a game where every Viking reached base safely at least once.  Alex Laughlin dazzled on the mound for Gibraltar, allowing 1 earned run on 2 hits, with 8 strikeouts.  For Algoma, Bryce Duerst had a double and scored a run, driven in by a Trevor Nell single.

Softball Round-up: Algoma cruises while Kewaunee falls

By Tim Kowols       

The Algoma Wolves did not need a full seven innings Monday as they powered past the Gibraltar Vikings 15-2. Megan Moede and Hannah Wiese each blasted home runs while Chloe Spitzer went 4-4 and knocked in two runs in the rout. Madeline Prokash and Mikalya Haack combined to only giving up three hits while sitting down six Vikings.

Kewaunee could not get the offense going in their 8-2 loss to Oconto. Claire Kohnle collected the only RBIs for the Storm on her two-run single.

 

Sturgeon Bay crushed N.E.W. Lutheran 21-0 Monday night.

 

Southern Door blasted Reedsville 13-0 behind a stellar pitching performance from Lexy Wery. The Eagles scored 10 runs in the third inning to put the game out of reach. Kylie Neinas hit a three-run home run as the game's offensive highlight.


Over the weekend, the Eagles went (2-0) at the Poynette Jamboree with wins over Marshall (5-4) and Catholic Central (4-1). Southern Door's overall record to date is (9-1).



Baseball Round-Up: Kewaunee, Sevastopol come up short

By Tim Kowols       

In addition to Gibraltar's 11-1 victory over Algoma Monday, two other local teams took the diamond hoping to climb the Packerland Conference standings.

In Oconto, a Blue Devil walk-off double was the difference in Kewaunee's 5-4 loss. Cody Bultman and Daniel Stangel each knocked in a run in the defeat.

Peshtigo showed why they are leading the conference standings after slugging past Sevastopol 14-3 in six innings. Jaden Sawyer was a bright spot for the Pioneers, collecting two hits including a double.

Brewers Drop Final Game

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-0 on Sunday afternoon. It was the final game of their home stand. Chase Anderson took the loss throwing five innings of five run baseball.

The Brewers were only able to get two hits in the game as they were up against some tough pitching. They have an off day on Monday before they are back at it against the Indians on Tuesday.


The series will be held in Milwaukee. First pitch being thrown out at 6:40. Wade Miley will take the mound for Milwaukee.

Gibraltar looks to bounce back against Algoma on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

After being no-hit by the Sevastopol Pioneers on Friday, the Gibraltar Vikings look to get their offense back on track in a Packerland Conference matchup against the Algoma Wolves Monday evening. The setback put the Vikings back to 3-3 on the shortened season. The Vikings will likely be without Trevor Reinhardt, who went over 100 pitches on Friday in a complete game, seven strikeout effort. The Wolves' doubleheader against Southern Door was rained out Friday and have not played since they lost to the Vikings last Thursday. In the 9-1 loss, the Vikings took advantage of five Wolves miscues and scored the first seven runs in the contest.

Eric Fischer and Tim Kowols will have the action for you from Perry Field in Algoma beginning at 4:30 p.m. with the pre-game show and 5 p.m. with the first pitch.

Other high school baseball action Monday includes Sevastopol hosting Peshtigo and Kewaunee traveling to Oconto.

Max Level Hoops basketball camps announced in Gibraltar

By Eric Fischer



 

Some of the state's top high school, college, and professional coaches are coming to Door County to teach basketball camps at Gibraltar High School.  There will be 4 camps total, June 16th for high school girls, June 23rd for middle school girls, July 14th for high school boys, and July 21st for middle school boys.  Justin Burress, Gibraltar boys basketball head coach and founder of Max Level Hoops says he brings the camps to Door County so local athletes can receive the best instruction possible and make the area more competitive.



Each camp will be a single day, from 8 am to 4 pm and costs $85 that includes a t-shirt and multiple gift certificates to local businesses.  For more information on the camps or to register visit their website.

Green Bay Blizzard earn first win of 2018 season

By Eric Fischer



 

The Green Bay Blizzard earned its first win of the 2018 season Saturday night with a 47-25 win over the Nebraska Danger.  Quarterback  Bryan Hicks was firing on all cylinders, completing 16 of 19 passes for 201 yards and 6 touchdowns.  Receiver Keslow Smith hauled in 5 catches for 98 yards with 3 touchdowns.  The Green Bay Blizzard look to continue its winning ways at home next Saturday when it hosts the Arizona Rattlers.

Ryan Braun provides heroics in 5-3 win over Pittsburgh

By Eric Fischer



 

Ryan Braun came up clutch again Saturday night with a 2-run double in the 8th inning, as the Brewers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3.  Braun's go-ahead double came after Josh Hader allowed Pittsburgh to tie the game with a Sterling Marte 2-run home run in the top of the 8th.  Hader came back out for the 9th and earned the win following the blown save, striking out 4 over 2 innings.  Jhoulys Chacin qualified for a quality start, pitching 6 innings, with one earned run, and 4 strikeouts.  Milwaukee's starting outfielders Lorenzo Cain, Christian Yelich, and Domingo Santana all went 2-4 in the win.  Chase Anderson takes the mound in the series finale on Sunday afternoon.

Luxemburg-Casco baseball swept by Waupaca in doubleheader

By Eric Fischer



 

In North Eastern Conference baseball Saturday, Waupaca swept a doubleheader over Luxemburg-Casco 8-4 and 17-6.  Waupaca dominated the scorebook combining for 32 hits between games.  Jack Menzies led the Comets with an 8 for 10 performance, with teammate Jake Pankratz adding 5 hits.  Luxemburg-Casco is back in action Tuesday when it hosts Denmark for a doubleheader.

Packers Sign 14 Rookie Free Agents

By Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers signed 14 rookie free agents. The signings were announced Friday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:



















































































































































NoNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
71Jacob AlsadekT/G6-7312ArizonaSan Diego, Calif.
49Parris BennettLB6-0233SyracuseDetroit, Mich.
6Tim BoyleQB6-4232Eastern KentuckyMiddletown, Conn.
60Austin DavisC6-4301DukeMansfield, Texas
36Raven GreeneS5-11197James MadisonVirginia Beach, Va.
55Naashon HughesLB6-3259TexasHarker Heights, Texas
54CJ JohnsonLB6-2226East Texas BaptistAlvarado, Texas
95Tyler LancasterDT6-3313NorthwesternPlainfield, Ill.
70Alex LightT/G6-5309RichmondSalem, Va.
72Kyle MeadowsT6-5301KentuckyWest Chester, Ohio
74Filipo MokofisiDT6-3283UtahWoods Cross, Utah
59Marcus PorterLB6-0229Fairmont StateBrandywine, Md.
46Kevin RaderTE6-4250Youngstown StateGibsonia, Penn.
67Conor SheehyDE6-4295WisconsinMilwaukee, Wis.

Alsadek (al-SEH-deck), 23, played right guard all four years, starting 46 of 48 games he played in for the Wildcats. He was voted by teammates as one of four season captains and earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention as a senior. Alsadek was part of a line that helped Arizona lead the conference and rank third nationally in the regular season with an average of 309.3 rushing yards per game.

 

Bennett, 22, started all 32 games he played in over his final three seasons and was an All-ACC selection each of the last two years, earning honorable mention in 2016 and second-team honors in 2017. He led the Orange in tackles both of his last two seasons, including 115 (68 solo) as a senior, the most for a Syracuse defender since 2006 (Kelvin Smith, 115).

 

Boyle, 23, played for three seasons at the University of Connecticut (2013-15), appearing in 25 games with eight starts for the Huskies. Boyle transferred to Eastern Kentucky for the 2016 spring semester, redshirted for the 2016 season and started all 11 games in 2017. In his lone season at EKU, he completed 201 of 327 passes (61.5 pct.) for 2,134 yards (fifth-best single-season total in school history) and 11 touchdowns.

 

 

Davis, 23, played in 38 games, starting the last 25 at center for Duke. He served as a team captain as a senior, was a third-team All-ACC selection and was a member of the ESPN All-Bowl team. Davis earned the program's Dan "Tiger" Hill Award as the most outstanding offensive lineman in both of his last two seasons.

 

Greene, 23, started all 30 games and was named an All-American (third team, second team) and first-team All-CAA in 2016 and 2017. He played in 58 games with 49 starts over five seasons, recording 292 tackles (161 solo), 14 interceptions, five tackles for a loss, 34 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries. Greene received a medical hardship waiver, granting him an extra year of eligibility, due to a season-ending injury after four games in 2014.

 

Hughes (NAY-shon), 22, played in 50 games with 34 starts, seeing time at both linebacker and defensive end. He tallied 139 tackles (99 solo), 11½ sacks, 19½ tackles for a loss, seven QB pressures, six pass breakups and two forced fumbles over four seasons. In 2015, Hughes set career highs in tackles (57), solo tackles (40), sacks (5½), tackles for a loss (team-high nine) and QB pressures (four).

 

Johnson, 24, was a three-time All-American Southwest Conference team selection (first team in 2015, 2017 and honorable mention in 2016) and started all 30 games he played in over three seasons. He was also selected to the D3football.com All-South Region third team in 2017 after ranking No. 2 in the ASC with 10½ sacks. Last season, Johnson broke the ETBU single-game sack record with 4½ against Belhaven.

 

Lancaster, 23, played in 40 games over four seasons, starting the final 39. He served as a team captain as a senior and was honorable mention All-Big Ten after setting career highs in tackles (40), tackles for a loss (9½) and sacks (two). Lancaster was a part of a defense that ranked No. 9 in the country in rushing defense and No. 20 in scoring defense last season.

 

Light, 22, played in 44 games and finished his career with 38 consecutive starts for the Spiders. He played both tackle and guard as a senior due to injuries, helping to anchor a line that helped the Spiders lead the CAA in passing yards (341.0 ypg) and total offense (452.7 ypg). Light was named third-team All-CAA and FCS third-team All-America by Phil Steele's College Football in 2017.

 

Meadows, 23, saw action in 44 games, starting the final 35 contests at right or left tackle. In 2017, he helped Kentucky average 161.7 rushing yards per game, the fourth-highest mark by the Wildcats in the last 22 seasons. Meadows was part of a line that blocked for RB Benny Snell, who became the first player in school history to surpass 1,000 rushing yards in consecutive seasons (2016-17).

 

Mokofisi (fill-ee-po mo-ko-fee-see), 23, was a three-year starting defensive tackle who appeared in 48 games with 35 starts while also seeing time at defensive end. He started all 26 games over his final two seasons and was named honorable mention All-Pac-12 both years. In 2016, Mokofisi set career highs in tackles (45), tackles for a loss (eight) and sacks (five).

 

Porter, 21, was a four-time All-MEC standout and a first-team selection in both of the last two seasons. As a senior, he was named to the Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-America team after ranking No. 6 in the league and leading the team in tackles with 95 (55 solo). Porter played in the 2017 National Bowl, an annual postseason college football all-star game consisting of top players from non-FBS schools.

 

Rader, 23, began his college career as a reserve on the defensive line before switching to tight end for the 2015 season. He started 26 of 43 games played over four seasons, recording 41 receptions for 601 yards (14.3 avg.) and four touchdowns. In 2017, Rader set career highs in receptions (22) and tied his career best in receiving TDs (two).

 

Sheehy (SHEE-hee), 21, a Milwaukee native, played in 54 games with 33 starts for the Badgers. He registered 94 tackles (35 solo), six sacks, 13½ tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and two passes defensed. Sheehy was part of a defense that ranked No. 2 nationally in scoring defense (16.0 ppg), rushing defense (104.8 ypg), pass-efficiency defense (103.9) and No. 3 in total defense (281.7 ypg) over the span of his four-year career.

Packers Sign First Wave Of Draft Picks, Cut Punter

By Green Bay Packers   The Green Bay Packers have signed punter JK Scott and long snapper Hunter Bradley, and released punter Justin Vogel. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Friday.


DRAFT SIGNINGS:


































RdNamePosHtWtCollegeHS Hometown
5bJK ScottP6-6208AlabamaDenver, Col.
7bHunter BradleyLS6-3241Mississippi StateCollierville, Tenn.


Vogel was originally signed by Green Bay as an undrafted rookie out of Miami (Fla.) on May 5, 2017. He played in all 16 games for the Packers last season, registering a gross average of 44.4 yards and a net average of 41.6 yards on 71 punts with 19 inside the 20-yard line.

Brewers fall to Pirates in return to Miller Park

By Eric Fischer



 

 

The Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4 on Friday night in its return to Miller Park following a nine-game road trip. The Pirates struck first when Junior Guerra walked Francisco Cervelli with the bases loaded in the first.  Manny Pina would tie the game in the bottom of the second with a home run for the Brewers.  However, Pittsburgh would hit two-run homers in the third and fifth innings to jump out to a 5-1 lead.  Milwaukee was able to reel the game back in following a 3-run sixth inning including a Domingo Santana 2-run homer, his first of the year.  In the top of the ninth, David Freese gave the Bucs an insurance run with a home run of his own.  With the loss, Milwaukee falls to 5-13 against teams with a winning record.  The Brewers are back in action Saturday evening with Jhoulys Chacin on the mound.

Friday's local track and field results

By Eric Fischer



 

Local track and field teams were in action Friday across Northeastern Wisconsin.  On the girls' side, Gibraltar placed 6th at the Hilbert Invitational with several high placing individuals.  Nina Sitte took first in the 100m hurdles , as well as taking second in the 4x100m relay with teammates Bria Caldecott, Aubrey Viste and Abbigael Sitte.  Caldecott also took first in the high jump with a 4'-11" jump.  Abbey Fitzgerald also finished first in the long jump for the Vikings.  For the boys, Evan Henry was Gibraltar's only first place finisher, winning the 3,200m race.

At the Two Rivers Invitational, Luxemburg-Casco took home the team title, with Kewaunee finishing fourth and Sturgeon Bay in sixth. First place finishers include Luxemburg Casco'sKate Hilbert in the 400m, Molly Wotruba in the 100m hurdles and 300m hurdles, Kewaunee's 4x400 relay team, Sylvia Wessel on the shotput, and the lone first place finisher for Sturgeon Bay was Brenna Zuehlke in the discus.   For the boys, the relay team from Sturgeon Bay of Brady Wodack, Luke Brinkman, Hayden Shefchik, and Nathaniel Greenlaw won the 4x100 and 4x200 relay races.  Kewaunee's Alex Hewitt won the triple jump, and the Luxemburg-Casco 4x400 relay team was victorious.

Luxemburg-Casco softball blanks New London

By Eric Fischer



 

Luxemburg-Casco softball earned a 3-0 non-conference win on Friday over New London.  Ally Dart dominated on the mound for the Spartans, throwing a complete game with three strikeouts and no walks.  Kendall Prevost led Luxemburg-Casco on the offensive end with two RBI with teammate Jenna Jorgensen providing an RBI double as well.  The Spartans are back in action Tuesday when it travels to Denmark for a doubleheader.

Christiansen throws no-hitter as Sevastopol defeats Gibraltar on 105.1 WSBW

By Eric Fischer



 

In Packerland Conference baseball on 105.1 WSBW Sevastopol pitcher Zach Christiansen threw a no-hitter in a complete game on the way to a 3-0 win over Gibraltar.  Christiansen only allowed 5 baserunners with 2 walks, 2 hit by pitch, and an error, while striking out 7.  Christiansen also led the Pioneers offense with 2 hits, including an RBI double.  For the Vikings, Trevor Reinhardt was also strong on the mound allowing 5 hits, 3 runs with 2 earned, a walk and 7 strikeouts in the loss.  After the game, Gibraltar coach Jay Kita said the Vikings biggest downfall has been errors and mental mistakes.  Gibraltar will be on the road Monday to travel to Algoma, which you will be able to listen to on 105.1 WSBW.

Anglers ready to hit the water for game fish opener

By Paul Schmitt    

With the fishing opener this weekend, area anglers are finally hoping for some nice weather to enjoy the outdoors.  Northern Wisconsin is still experiencing some ice on the open waters, but locally, the boat launches are clear, according to Department of Natural Resources Conservation Warden Jordan Resop.  He reminds anglers the limits on walleyes, as game fishing returns.



 

Resop says that one change this year that occurred on March 17 is a continuous open season for Lake Trout with a limit of five instead of the previous limit of two.  You can find more information on fishing licenses and regulations with the link below.

https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/

Weather not done messing with spring sports schedules

By Tim Kowols       

Overnight rains are causing baseball and softball teams headaches as they look to get on the field after a long winter.

Gibraltar and Sevastopol will still meet for baseball and softball matchups, but they will play only one game instead of the scheduled doubleheader and at 5 p.m. instead of 4 p.m. Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will still have the call on 105.1 The Viking and Facebook, with pre-game starting at 4:30 p.m. and first pitch at 5 p.m.

Southern Door and Algoma's contests have been washed out, along with Sturgeon Bay's weekend trip to Chilton.

We will keep this update as other postponements and cancellation come to our attention.

Packerland Baseball & Softball Scores

By Nick Freimuth   Algoma was an 11-2 winner over Gibraltar in Packerland Conference softball Thursday. Maddie Prokash was the winning pitcher. She lasted three innings, did not give up a hit and struck out five batters. Algoma's leading hitters were: Breanne Schmidt 2x3 and Mikayla Haack 3x5 with a triple. Haack also pitched four innings allowing three hits and tallied six strikeouts.

 

Sturgeon Bay - 10
N.E.W. Lutheran - 0

 

Varsity Baseball:

 

Denmark - 10
Southern Door - 0

Clippers Soccer Unbeaten In Conference Play

By Bob Desotelle   Sturgeon Bay varsity girls soccer improved to (2-0) in conference with a 2-1 win over Sevastopol/Gibraltar Thursday night.  Scoring for Sturgeon Bay were Anna Fischer and Miranda Olson.  Reetika Jandu scored the lone goal for S/G.  Sturgeon Bay scored first at the 10th minute and S/G responded with a goal in the 28th minute.  In the second half, Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer sealed the win with a blast in the 64th minute.  "We came out a little tentative in the first half and S/G had good energy.  We missed a couple good chances on quick transitions and that allowed S/G to build some momentum.  We had a good talk at halftime and the team responded with improved possession time and did a better job of controlling the middle of the field.  Our communication improved as well as our passing.  SB's holding midfielders, Georgia Feldman and Ella Pinkert had outstanding performances tonight."  Sturgeon Bay travels to Kiel for a match next Monday.

Baseball Preview: Gibraltar hosts Sevastopol doubleheader, first game on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings and Sevastopol Pioneers will live up to the popular Ernie Banks phrase when they play two games in Fish Creek in Packerland Conference action. The Vikings have been able to pick up some victories in recent days against Oconto and NEW Lutheran to help build some confidence for the young squad. The Pioneers are coming into their own after going through their own youth movement last year, sweeping Algoma last week before falling to Southern Door on Tuesday.

Tim Kowols and Eric Fischer will have the call for game one on 105.1 The Viking and Facebook beginning at 3:30 p.m. with the pre-game show and 4 p.m. Game two will take place approximately 15 minutes after the first matchup is completed.

Other baseball action Friday includes Sturgeon Bay hosting Oconto and Algoma traveling to Southern Door. Thursday's reported scores included Kewaunee getting nipped by Peshtigo 5-4 and Southern Door falling to Denmark 10-0 in five innings.

Track Recap: Kewaunee boys take Peshtigo Invite title

By Tim Kowols       

The Kewaunee boys track team rode three individual titles to win the Peshtigo Invitational Thursday night. Newcomer Alex Hewett won the triple jump with a distance of 38 feet, 9.25 inches and Spencer Kirsteatter continued his long-distance domination in the outdoor track season by sweeping the 1600 and 3200 meter runs. The Storm scored 113 points, beating nine other teams.

In Seymour,  the Algoma boys scored 99.5 points to take fourth and Sevastopol registered 32 points in the small schools division at the Seymour Invitational. The Pioneers' Keagan Sargent won the long jump while the Wolves' Max Schoening swept the throws competitions.

 

On the girls' side, Kewaunee took 3rd in the Peshtigo Invitational thanks in part to the legs of Kaaryn Smidel. The runner-up in the 300-meter hurdles, Smidel was also part of the 4 x 400 meter relay time that won gold.

In Seymour, Algoma followed up last weekend's championship with a 122.5 point performance and a runner-up finish behind Kiel. The Wolves' Katelyn Williams swept the throws competitions while Khloe Williams captured the long jump title and the 4 x 100-meter relay team won gold.  Sevastopol scored 43 points to finish seventh in the eight-team meet.

"6 in 60" with Sevastopol Softball players Alyson Differt and Brooke Hurth

By Eric Fischer



 

With softball season in full swing and graduation approaching, Sevastopol senior softball players Alyson Differt and Brooke Hurth reflect on the last 4 years.  Find out their favorite teachers, go-to pregame meal, and more in this edition of the Facebook Live series "6 in 60".  Click the video below for the girls answers as well as a season preview by Coach Jay Brauer.

James Lofton Honors Nathan LeRoy As U.S. Army – Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence Finalist

By Nick Freimuth    Wednesday was a day Nathan LeRoy and his family will never forget. As a finalist for the U.S. Army – Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence, the Sturgeon Bay senior had a ceremony held in his honor fit for a king; Truly! The pomp and circumstance surrounding the 30 minute assembly marked quite possibly the single biggest athletic event to ever take place at Sturgeon Bay High School. Pro Football Hall of Fame and Packers Hall of Famer James Lofton was the keynote speaker. Wearing the iconic Gold Jacket, Lofton told of the exclusivity of this award. Out of the 15,000,000 high school students in America, Nathan is one of just 25 to be called a finalist.



The national winner will be announced the weekend of August 4 in Canton, Ohio at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The finalists will be honored throughout the festivities, including the Hall of Fame Game, the NFL's preseason opener. The 2018 Award for Excellence winner will be selected during a special recognition on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018. He or she will receive a $2,500 grant from the Pro Football Hall of Fame and will also be recognized during the Enshrinement Ceremony.



Sturgeon Bay High School and Coach/Teacher Mike LeRoy (Nathan's father) also received U.S. Army - Pro Football Hall of Fame Award For Excellence recognition. Watch video of the entire ceremony under the multimedia gallery at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

                

Brewers Sweep The Reds  

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds last night 3-1. Wade Miley made his debut for Milwaukee as he threw six innings of one run baseball to pick up his first win of the year. Jeremy Jeffries came in for the two inning save to secure the win.

Orlando Arica is heating up at the plate as he had an RBI single in the first inning to lead off the scoring. It was Christian Yelich adding the insurance run later with a solo shot to right field.


The Brewers will now have a much needed day off before they begin a weekend series with the Pirates. First pitch will be thrown out Friday at 7:10 from Miller Park.

 

 

Algoma cruises to 16-5 victory over NEW Lutheran

By Tim Kowols       

The Algoma Wolves needed less than the minimum to put away NEW Lutheran Wednesday evening, beating the Blazers 16-5 in five innings. Mitchell Zimmer, Casey Nelson, Tristan Copet, and Eric Vandetie all collected two hits in the shortened contest. Jackson Schoening registered four strikeouts in the victory.

 

Baseball action Thursday includes Southern Door heading to Denmark, Algoma traveling to Gibraltar, and Kewaunee playing at Peshtigo.

Busy day on tap for area athletes

By Tim Kowols       

In addition baseball games happening in the afternoon, other athletes across the sports spectrum will lace up for contests Thursday.

In softball, Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to Denmark, Algoma hosts Valders, and Kewaunee travels to Peshtigo.

Soccer action includes Gibraltar/Sevastopol playing in Baileys Harbor against Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee traveling to NEW Lutheran, and Luxemburg-Casco heading on the road to face Little Chute.

Under the track lights will be Algoma and Sevastopol heading to Seymour for an eight-team invite while Kewaunee visits Peshtigo to face nine other schools.

Sevastopol golf will host the Packerland Conference for an invite at The Orchards.

Brewers Win In Slugfest

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds last night 7-6. Travis Shaw ended the slump he had been in recently with a two-run homer in the first inning. Followed by a Jesus Aguilar solo shot the next at bat.

Chase Anderson picked up the win for the Brewers throwing nearly six innings of four run baseball. Jeremy Jeffries came in late relief to shut the door on the Reds in a windy night at Cincinnati.


The Brewers will now look to keep the momentum going as they face the Reds again tonight at 6:10. Wade Miley will take the mound for Milwaukee. It will be his first start as a Brewer.

Sevastopol Golf Finishes Second At Vernon Hills

By Nick Freimuth   Sevastopol Golf is off to a great start this spring and added a second place finish at the Vernon Hills Invitational Tuesday. Tyler Dvorak finished fifth overall shooting a stellar 44. Alex Krause and Jacob Welsing both shot 45's to finish seventh and eighth overall. Nelson Demmin carded a 47 which was good enough for 12th place. Tyler Kiehnau finished with a 51.

Packerland Baseball Tuesday Scores & Highlights

By Nick Freimuth   Gibraltar lit up the scoreboard Tuesday in a 12-11 win over N.E.W. Lutheran in Packerland Conference baseball. The Vikings were led by Brandon Stillman's three hit and four RBI performance. Teammates Andras Szakala, Ben Johnson and Griffin Reinhardt each added two hits in the win.

 

Another high scoring game was played out between Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee. The Clippers held off the Storm 16-10 with Jared Van Bramer and Max Bordeau each tallying four RBI. Tanner DeGrave added three RBI in the win. Anthony Moore, Trent Ehlers and Ryan Jacobson each set the table well with three hits apiece. Lincoln Barta, Walechka, Richard and Kruse all had multi hits for Kewaunee. Sturgeon Bay overcame a 10-8 deficit with an eight-run 7th inning, with both Ryan Jacobson and Trent Ehlers contributing two hits each during the rally. The biggest hit of the inning was a bases clearing triple by Max Bordeau. Jake Schneider got the win with four innings of relief, striking out six and walking only one.

 

Southern Door earned a 6-5 win over Sevastopol behind Tyler Kroll's six innings on the mound. Kroll struck out four and aided his own cause with an RBI at the plate. Nick McCarty added two hits and an RBI in the win. Sevastopol saw Brent Haberli pitch nearly five innings and struck out four but took the loss. Jaden Sawyer had three hits and Arthur Hocevar had two hits and two RBI in the loss.

Clippers Soccer Logs Another Tie

By Bob Desotelle   For a second night, the Sturgeon Bay Girls Soccer Team found a way to tie with yet another larger school.  Miranda Olson dropped a beautiful pass to midfielder Claire Tellstrom who laced a drive into the Fox Valley Lutheran goal in the 31st minute.  FVL responded with a PK in the 58th minute tying the game, but neither team could find that second goal.  Keeper McKenna Gibson had 12 saves and some were spectacular.  FVL had seven saves.


"On another windy night our girls found a way to deny a talented FVL team a win.  It was not a pretty game, but credit must be given as physical play and determination kept SB in this one.  Playing to a tie against two bigger schools this week has been a great preparation for our conference game against Sevastopol/Gibraltar Thursday night."


 

Sevastopol beat Manitowoc Roncalli 2-0.

Brewers Rally Late For Win  

By Brett Kinnard   The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds last night 6-5. Homers from Lorenzo Cain and Manny Piña end a historically bad run at the plate for Milwaukee. Domingo Santana had a big double in the seventh to put the Brewers up.

Brandon Woodruff picked up the win in this game after coming in relief for an inning. Josh Hader came in to shut it down and struck out eight batters in the last eight outs of the game.


The Brewers will now look to keep the momentum going as they face the Reds again tonight at 6:10. Chase Anderson will take the mound for Milwaukee.

Crazy Windy, Crazy Packerland Soccer Game

By Bob Desotelle   Crazy is the best way to describe a 1-1 tie between Sturgeon Bay and Marinette on Monday night at Sturgeon Bay.  In the first half Georgia Feldman scored on a corner kick by Claire Tellstrom and in the second half Marinette scored on a mishandled ball by the keeper.  "I think we let one slip away tonight.  We had our chances to win this one.  The wind definitely played havoc with the ball all night." Keeper McKenna Gibson had one save.  Sturgeon Bay travels to Fox Valley Lutheran to play Tuesday night.

Girls softball roundup: Spartans win on the road

By Tim Kowols       

Ally Dart struck out 12 while only allowing three hits in a full afternoon of work as Luxemburg-Casco shut out Marinette 6-0. Brianna Prevost led the way for the Spartans with two of her three hits going for extra bases and knocking in four runs. Ali Routhieaux had three hits and scored three times in the win.

 

Algoma topped Peshtigo 10-6. Maddie Prokash was the winning pitcher. Halle Vardon led teh Wolves with three hits. Mikayla Haack, Makayla Guilette and Jacklyn Dean each added two hits in the win.

Boys baseball round-up: Kewaunee storms past Sturgeon Bay

By Tim Kowols       

After starting the season 0-4, the Kewaunee Storm are hitting their stride as of late including a five-inning, 15-5 victory over Sturgeon Bay. Dan Stangel clubbed two home runs while Lincoln Barta and McCoy Walechka each tallied three hits. Jaeger Brusky went deep while Issac Berkley and Ryan Jacobsen collected RBIs for the Clippers.

In Algoma, the Wolves were outdueled by the Peshtigo Bulldogs 8-3. Brady Heroux got the win for the Bulldogs, pitching a complete game.

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