Sports Archives for 2018-10

Packers promote running back and sign another to practice squad

By Nat LoCascio    The Green Bay Packers signed running back Tra Carson to the active roster from the practice squad and signed running back Lavon Coleman to the practice squad. The transactions were announced Wednesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.


(tray) Carson, a 5-foot-11, 228-pound second-year player, was signed to the Packers practice squad on Oct. 9. He was originally signed by the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M on May 6, 2016. Carson spent almost all of his rookie season on the Bengals' practice squad, was on injured reserve for the 2017 season and was waived/injured by the Bengals after Week 2 of this season. After beginning his career at Oregon (2011), he played three seasons for Texas A&M (2013-15), where he recorded 2,075 rushing yards (4.8 avg.) and 19 touchdowns in 36 games.



Coleman, a 5-foot-11, 216-pound rookie out of the University of Washington, was originally signed by the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent on May 11. After being released by the Texans on Sept. 1, he spent some time on the practice squad of the Seattle Seahawks. In college, Coleman rushed for 2,000 yards and 12 touchdowns in 50 career games. In 2016, he set the single-season school record with an average of 7.5 yards per carry. Coleman will wear No. 24 for the Packers.

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Brewers Moustaka and Soria declare free agency

By Terry Kovarik              

Third baseman Mike Moustakas and reliever Joakim Soria have rejected overtures to stay with the Milwaukee Brewer sand have instead opted to become free agents.

Moustakas decided against a $15 million option while Soria declined a $10 million option that were part of the trades that sent them to Milwaukee during the regular season.

 

 

 

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Packers trade Montgomery and Clinton-Dix

By Terry Kovarik              

After publicly questioning his role with the Green Bay Packers,  running back Ty Montgomery was dealt to the Baltimore Ravens for a seventh-round draft pick in 2020.  Montgomery had seen a reduced role with the return Aaron Jones from a three-game suspension.  The Packers also traded safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins for a fourth-round draft pick in 2019.  Clinton-Dix had indicated previously he would likely be playing elsewhere next year.  Clinton-Dix and Montgomery are both free agents at the end of the current season.

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Packers trade Clinton-Dix & Montgomery

By Nate LaCascio     The Green Bay Packers traded safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins for an undisclosed draft pick and running back Ty Montgomery to the Baltimore Ravens for an undisclosed draft pick, signed tight end Ethan Wolf to the practice squad and released fullback Joe Kerridge from the practice squad. The transactions were announced Tuesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.


Wolf, a 6-foot-6, 252-pound rookie, was originally signed by the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Tennessee on May 11 and was released on Sept. 1. He appeared in 50 games with 47 starts over four seasons at UT, recording 91 receptions for 998 yards (11.0 avg.) and seven touchdowns. Wolf finished his career ranked No. 2 all-time in program history for receptions by a tight end and No. 3 for receiving yards by a tight end. He will wear No. 86 for the Packers.



Clinton-Dix (6-1, 208) was originally a first-round pick (No. 21 overall) of the Packers in the 2014 NFL Draft out of the University of Alabama. He played in 71 regular-season games with 65 starts for Green Bay, recording 419 tackles (337 solo), 5.5 sacks, 14 interceptions and 38 passes defensed.



Montgomery (6-0, 216) played in 36 regular-season games with 14 starts for Green Bay since being selected by the Packers in the third round (No. 94 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft out of Stanford. He registered 849 rushing yards on 177 attempts (4.8 avg.) with seven touchdowns and hauled in 97 passes for 827 yards (8.5 avg.) and three TDs. As a returner, Montgomery averaged 22.7 yards on 35 kickoffs.

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Algoma Youth Football packs Jim Olson Motors Red Zone

By Nick Freimuth    Packers Lucas Patrick and Oren Burks had a hard time finding somewhere to park Monday night at Jim Olson Ford in Sturgeon Bay. The WRLU Team of the Week packed the Red Zone live on 104.1 FM WRLU. Approximately 50 third through sixth-grade football players poured into the weekly Packers talk show. The emphasis on the kids was never more on display as each and every one of our team of the week guests appeared on the radio.

 

Broadcast from 5:30 - 7:00 PM, next weeks team will be Sevastopol Youth Football. The show will be held again from Jim Olson Ford on 104.1 FM WRLU.

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WIAA State Soccer Preview - Sturgeon Bay plays at 4:30 Friday on 103.3 FM

By Todd Clark     The 37th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Soccer State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 1-3 at KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8. The single-elimination tournament features four divisions. Four teams will compete for the State title in each of the divisions. The coaches of the qualifying teams in Divisions 1 and 2 seeded those two divisions, and the coaches of the qualifying teams in Divisions 3 and 4 seeded those two brackets. Below are the pairings and time schedule of games.

Division 4
Friday, Nov. 2 
#1 University School (16-2-1) vs. #4 Sturgeon Bay (16-7-1)- 4:30 p.m.
#2 Amery (17-0-4) vs. #3 Kettle Moraine Lutheran (16-5-3) - 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 3
Championship Game - 7 p.m.

LAST YEAR:  The Prairie School blanked Sturgeon Bay 1-0 to earn the Division 4 championship.

THE DIVISION 4 FIELD:   University School of Milwaukee was granted the top seed in the bracket. The Wildcats are making their fourth State tournament appearance and the first since 2015. They finished runner-up that season. Prior to that, they won the State title in their 2013 appearance. The Wildcats advance to the State semifinals this year with a 3-0 shutout over Racine St. Catherine's in The Prairie School Sectional final. They finished first in the Midwest Classic Conference this fall. Second-seeded Amery moves down into the division this season after qualifying for the first time last season in Division 3, which resulted in a loss in the semifinals. The Warriors return to the State tournament comes by virtue of their convincing 8-0 triumph over Arcadia in the Cumberland Sectional final. They are the runners-up in the Middle Border Conference behind Division 3 qualifier Baldwin-Woodville during the regular season. Kettle Moraine Lutheran will be experiencing the State tournament for the first time in the program's history as the #3 seed. The Spartans notched a 3-2 victory over  Luther Prep in the sectional final hosted at Lomira to advance to the State semifinals. They are the champions of the East Central Conference this season. Last year's runner-up and fourth seed Sturgeon Bay qualifies for the seventh time overall and for the fifth time in the last six seasons. The Clippers won the program's only championship in their State appearance in 2015. This season, they advance to the semifinals with a 2-1 advantage over Howards Grove in the final of the Kohler Sectional. They are the champions of the Packerland Conference this year.

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Packers rookie LB Oren Burks joins Lucas Patrick on Jim Olson Motors Red Zone tonight

By Nick Freimuth    Packers rookie outside linebacker and Vanderbilt product, Oren Burks will join Packers offensive lineman Lucas Patrick at the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone tonight on 104.1 FM WRLU. They will be on hand to honor the Algoma third through sixth-grade football team as the WRLU Team of the Week from Jim Olson Ford. The show is free and open to the public. The Packers players will join the broadcast in progress at 6:00 PM. The show begins with the Wolves at 5:30 PM. Burks and Patrick will answer studio audience questions live on 104.1 FMN WRLU, pose for pictures and sign autographs during and after the show.

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Sturgeon Bay Soccer plays Friday at 4:30 PM on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth     The Sturgeon Bay Soccer team beat the number one team in the state Thursday on their home field in Kohler and followed it up by beating the fourth-ranked team in the state Saturday (Howards Grove) and still got the lowest seed in Division four at state. It's like a Rodney Dangerfield skit, "I Get No Respect!" Coach Todd Maas said after the game Saturday on 103.3 FM that he truly believed they deserved the number one seed at state. Maas is less than thrilled with the seeding. However, you have to beat the best to be the best. He knows his team is up for the challenge.


By receiving the #4 seed at state Sturgeon Bay will play #1 seed University School at 4:30 PM on Friday on 103.3 FM 'The Clipper.' "State" is held annually at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. The winner of the Friday matchup will play the winner of #2 Amery vs. #3 Kettle Moraine Lutheran on Saturday for a state title at 7:00 PM. Peter Kerwin will join Nick Freimuth for the exciting call on 103.3 and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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Sturgeon Bay Girls Swim Team Wins Conference

By Todd Meikle     The Sturgeon Bay girls coop swim team brought their broom to the Bay Conference Swimming Meet held at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA last week. The girls went for the clean sweep remaining undefeated in conference play. The girls scored 539 points with Seymour taking 2nd place with 375 points. Congratulations to the Clipper Swimmers!

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Gibraltar's Henry earns All-State honors at WIAA Cross Country meet

By Tim Kowols       

The area's lone representatives in the state cross country meet represented their respective schools well on a slick, cool day in Wisconsin Rapids.

Gibraltar's Evan Henry ran a personal best 16:25 en route to a fifth-place finish in the Division 3 boys' race. It was an over 35-second improvement over last year on the same course.

Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel also saw her personal best on the state course drop to 20:16 from the previous. She also improved her place in the meet, coming in 20th overall.

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Sturgeon Bay soccer squad advances to state finals with 2-1 win over Howards Grove

By Nick Freimuth

Sturgeon Bay Soccer won a WIAA Division 4 sectional semi-final match 2-1 Saturday against Howards Grove. Broadcast on 103.3 FM from Kohler, Sturgeon Bay opened the scoring in the second half on an Owen Stevenson goal. The Tigers answered late but Sturgeon Bay's freshman sensation, Ben Luders, scores in the closing minutes off a corner kick by CJ Fairchild. The Clippers now advance to a state semi-final in Milwaukee on Friday. The match will again be broadcast on 103.3 FM and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

Click here for DoorCountyDailyNews.com's Nick Freimuth post-game reaction from the team.

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Packers Cobb questionable for Sunday, Aaron Rodgers taken off injured list

By Terry Kovarik              

Packers receiver Randall Cobb may or may not play in this afternoon's game against the Rams in Los Angeles.

Cobb has been sidelined with a hamstring injury for the past three games.  Among the other players who are also questionable for Green Bay are receiver Equanimeous St. Brown and tackle Jason Spriggs.

At the same time, quarterback Aaron Rodgers, receiver Geronimo Allison, cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Bashaud Breeland, linebacker Nick Perry, tackle Bryan Bulaga and tight end Jimmy Graham have been taken off of the injury list.

Kick off time is set for 3:25 PM.

 

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Badgers fall to Northwestern in 31-17 mistake fest

By Terry Kovarik              

The University of Wisconsin football team lost big in a Big Ten match with Northwestern University in large part to three fumbles.  Tailback Jonathan Taylor dropped two while quarterback Jack Coan, who made seasonal and college debut in place of the injured Alex Hornibrook, fumble one.  The Wildcats capitalized on those mistakes to score 17 points.

The Badgers now stand at 3-2 in the Big Ten and 5-3 overall for the season.

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Little Chute blocks Spartans volleyball return to state on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

In a hard fought battle of the L-C's, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans fell to the Little Chute Mustangs 3-1 games in a W.I.A.A. Division 2 Sectional Final in Wrightstown Saturday night.

 

The Spartans came out on fire to claim game one 25-21 after jumping off to a 16-6 lead.  The Mustangs responded in game two with a convincing 25-11 win.  Games three and four went back and forth with the number one ranked Mustangs claiming the sectional championship with scores of 25-21 and 25-22, respectively.

 

Hannah VandenBerg, who will be playing for the Marquette Golden Eagles next year, dominated at the net and was too much for Luxemburg-Casco.

 

Junior setter Bekah Day led the Spartans with 40 assists while Senior Cassie Schiltz finished with 22 kills and 17 digs.  Senior Amanda Miceli added 16 digs while Senior Claire Coppens contributed 12 digs and 2 aces.

 

Coach Jeff Frey also thanked Seniors Megan Sternard and Paige Skubal for their impact on the successful Spartan program the past four years.  Luxemburg-Casco finishes the season at 24-21 while Little Chute, 38-1, will now play in the state semi-finals Friday at the Resch Center.

 

(photos courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

 

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Kewaunee defeats Southern Door

By Brett Kinnard             

The Storm defeated the Eagles 31-28 in round two of the high school football playoffs. The game lived up to the hype and both teams left it all out on the field.

Kewaunee got off to a hot start with Ryan Carmichael finding Alex Hewett and McCoy Walechka for passing touchdowns. Southern Door would answer back with a one-yard touchdown from Derik LeCaptain at the end of the second. That would trim the lead to 13-7 going into the half.

Carmichael would find Hewett for a 46-yard touchdown to open up the third. The Eagles came right back with a Kyle Daoust 12 yard touchdown run. Daoust would find Tyler Kroll on a touchdown to tie it at the beginning of the fourth.

Kewaunee eventually answered with a touchdown run from Owen Kudick and a field goal. That would put them up 31-21 with 4:00 left in the fourth. Southern Door never gave up and scored on a Nick Baudhuin five-yard touchdown run. They would recover the onside kick but just fell short in what was an instant classic.

Kewaunee will now advance with a chance to make it to the State qualifying game.

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Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball battles Little Chute for Sectional Championship on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

Luxemburg-Casco and Little Chute will meet in WIAA Division 2 Sectional Volleyball final Saturday night in Wrighstown.  The Spartans (24-20) will clash with the number one ranked Mustangs to determine who will go to state at the Resch Center in Green Bay next weekend.

Luxemburg-Casco defeated Notre Dame 3-2 in the sectional semi-final in Seymour Thursday while Little Chute (37-1) survived a scare from Appleton Xavier 3-2.  The Spartans did lose to the Mustangs twice this year, once in a conference match 3-2 and earlier this month in a tournament at De Pere 2-0.

Tyler Thrune and Paul Schmitt will have the action from Wrightstown beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening serve at 7 p.m. You can follow the game on 96.7 WBDK and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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Disc Golfers take over The Orchards for Door County Fall Classic

By Paul Schmitt    

The Orchards of Egg Harbor golf course will again feature disc golfers on the back nine this weekend for the second year in-a-row.  The Door County Disc Golf Fall Classic will be held Saturday and Sunday and include a doubles tournament and the sanctioned singles tournament on Sunday.  Jack Jackson, the managing partner at The Orchards, says the opportunity for disc golfers to complete on an actual golf course adds to the experience.



 

40 disc golfers participated in last year's one-day event.  Organizers are hoping for a bigger turn out this year, according to Jackson.  He says there are other disc golf tournaments going on in the state this weekend as well.  The Orchards at Egg Harbor is an 18-hole golf course located on Heritage Lake Road just north of Egg Harbor.

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Sevastopol Football punches ticket to state championship game on 104.1 FM

By Nick Freimuth    Newman Catholic had never lost a game in the two-year history of their eight-man football program. Until Friday night, that is. The Sevastopol Pioneers delivered the Cardinals their first ever loss in a 50-28 victory in a state semi-final on 104.1 FM WRLU. Max Krohn in his first game at running back scored two touchdowns including an 88-yarder and another from six yards out. Leading 36-7 at half time, Newman Catholic clawed back in the third quarter to make it a 36-20 game heading into the fourth quarter.

 

Sevastopol stemmed the tide however and held off a Cardinals comeback bid. A 50-28 win was iced by 78-yard touchdown run by Spencer Evenson and then a 14-yard score both in the fourth quarter. Evenson also opened the scoring with a 30-yard touchdown run in the opening minutes.

 

The Pioneers win sets up a championship game with Luck next Saturday on 104.1 FM WRLU at 1:00 PM from Stanley Boyd High School in the Eau Claire area.

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Southern Door meets conference rival Kewaunee in Level 2 matchup on 102.1 WRKU

By Tim Kowols       

The Southern Door Eagles look to spoil the Storm's perfect season in Kewaunee when the conference rivals meet tonight in WIAA Football Level 2 playoff matchup.

The Eagles have won five straight conference matchup since their 41-12 loss to the Storm in week four of the regular season. That includes last weekend's 55-14 win over Peshtigo that saw Southern Door put up 41 points in the first half to take it to the Bulldogs. Max Pierre and Derik LeCaptain both had interception returns in the second quarter to put an exclamation point on the half. In the second half, it was all Southern Door again. Kyle Daoust and LeCaptain hooked up for two touchdowns through the air. LeCaptain led the way with 13 carries for 210 yards and five total touchdowns. The Storm is coming off a 49-14 win over Rib-Lake Prentice that saw Owen Kudick rush for 215 yards and a score and Ryan Carmichael throw for three touchdowns.

Brett Kinnard and Tyler Dantoin will have the call on 102.1 WRKU with pre-game starting at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening kick at 7 p.m.

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Sevastopol seeks berth in state final against Newman Catholic on 104.1 WRLU

By Nick Freimuth       

The path to state heads through Merrill this evening when the Sevastopol Pioneers travel to face the Wausau Newman Catholic Fighting Oaks. The Pioneers are coming off an impressive 48-0 home over Oakfield which saw them shut out a potent offense that was among one of the best in the state. The Fighting Cardinals host their second playoff game after defeating Gibraltar last week 61-45. Despite losing both games, the Pioneers are one of the few teams that has given the Fighting Cardinals fits on defense, holding the usually potent offense to under 30 points in each of their previous contests. You can hear the game on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the kickoff at 7 p.m.

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Determined Clippers grit out victory in sectional semi-final shootout on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth and Peter Kerwin      Sturgeon Bay never led in a WIAA sectional semi-final soccer match against #1 seed in the state Kohler broadcast on 103.3 FM 'The Clipper.' The Blue Bombers had home-field advantage, scored the first goal, and was the heavy favorite against the young Clippers. Sturgeon Bay dropped out of the top-ten in rankings during the final week of the season. Kohler was number one for most of the season. The Clippers didn't buy into all of that hype and won in a shootout 2-2 and five goals to three in the extra period.

 

It took 90 minutes plus 20 minutes of overtime and the game was still tied 2-2. With a sophomore goalkeeper, it should have spelled victory for Kohler. Instead, Eli Dietzel stepped up to the penalty kick line first for the Clippers and delivered a sure-fire goal. Kohler followed with Conner Cassidy who missed wide left to give Sturgeon Bay an early lead in the shootout. Sturgeon Bay followed with Owen Stevenson, freshman Ben Luders, Adison Benzinger, each finding the back of the net. Leading four goals to three, Sturgeon Bay sent sophomore Carson Dvorak to the line to ice the victory. He fearlessly delivered the game-winning dagger to lift the Clippers into the sectional final Saturday at 1:00 PM against #2 seed Howards Grove, who beat Oostburg 2-0 on the other side of the bracket.

 

Year in and year out Coach Todd Maas puts together a schedule that tests the Division 4 limits and it paid off in a big way Thursday night. Sophomore goalkeeper Oscar Polecheck came of age in the biggest game of his young career. Eli Dietzel assisted on Sturgeon Bay's first equalizer goal at 21:27 by Owen Stevenson. The Clippers needed another equalizer in the second half and it came from junior Adison Benzinger on a direct kick from 35 yards away in the 71st minute. That goal swung the momentum strongly in the Clippers favor for the final 20 minutes of regulation.

 

Kohler came out swinging in overtime but keeper Oscar Polecheck came up huge with several saves in the 20-minute extra period to send the game into a shootout. Sturgeon Bay was definitely the David vs. the Goliath in Kohler. In the shootout, Sturgeon Bay was flawless and sealed an improbable victory on a night filled with drama. You can be sure the Division 4 Wisconsin Soccer world has taken notice of the 'Cardiac Clippers.'

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Spartans outlast Tritons 3-2 to clinch sectional final berth on 96.7 WBDK

By Tim Kowols       

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans scored 10 of the first 12 points in the decisive fifth game to defeat the Notre Dame Tritons 3-2 Thursday night in Seymour.

After dropping the first set 25-22, the Spartans came back strong in the second game to win 25-21. The Spartans used their strong lineup of hitters to take the third game by a score of 25-20. McKenzie Henson (13), Cassie Schiltz (18), and Peyton Vandenbush (13) all registered kills in the double digits. The Tritons would come back in the fourth game, opening the frame with five straight points before the Spartans stormed back. Notre Dame used their outstanding defense to eventually even the match at 2-2 with a 25-22 game four win. The Spartans would storm out to an early 6-1 advantage to take the decisive fifth game 15-5. Rebekah Day would register 47 assists in the match including double-digit totals in the second and third games. Defensively it was Amanda Miceli leading the way for the Spartans with 12 digs while Holly Baierl collected six blocks.

The Spartans will head to Wrightstown Saturday for a sectional final showdown against Little Chute. Tyler Thrune and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 96.7 WBDK with the pre-match show beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening serve at 7 p.m.

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Gibraltar falls to Hilbert in Division 4 volleyball sectional semifinal 3-0

By Tim Kowols       

A dream season for the Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team ended in Waupun Thursday in a three-game loss to Hilbert in the WIAA Division 4 sectional semifinal. The Vikings dropped a closely contested first set 25-21 before losing the final two by scores of 25-17. It was only the second time the Vikings had reached the sectional round of the WIAA Volleyball playoffs, finishing 23-14 on the season.

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Southern Door's Tehya Bertrand wins Packerland Volleyball Player of the Year

By Nick Freimuth   The Packerland Conference Player of the Year is Southern Door setter Tehya Bertrand. The senior led three Eagles on the first team including juniors Kendra Dantoin and Jacqlyn Atkins. Bertrand was the only unanimous first-team selection. Here is a look at the 2018 all-conference teams as provided by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

2018 ALL-CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL TEAM

 

1ST TEAM

ALL-AROUND                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Cora Behnke                             Oconto                          Sophomore

Kendra Dantoin                          Southern Door               Junior

Hailey DeGrave                          Sturgeon Bay                Junior

BACK ROW-LIBERO                 SCHOOL                      YEAR

Jacqlyn Atkins                           Southern Door               Junior

FRONT ROW                            SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Mara Allen                                 Oconto                          Senior

Katie Metzler                             Kewaunee                     Junior

SETTER                                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Tehya Bertrand                          Southern Door               Senior               Unanimous

Josie Nelson                              NEW Lutheran               Sophomore

 

 

2ND TEAM

ALL-AROUND                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Bria Caldecott                            Gibraltar                        Senior

Koko Hartzell                             Sturgeon Bay                Junior

Payton Pluff                               Gibraltar                        Senior

BACK ROW-LIBERO                 SCHOOL                      YEAR

Aubree Bucheger                       Oconto                          Junior

FRONT ROW                            SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Makayla Guilette                        Algoma                         Senior

Grace LeGrave                           Southern Door               Senior

SETTER                                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Jacklyn Dean                             Algoma                         Junior

Baleigh Gering                           Oconto                          Junior

 

 

HONORABLE MENTION

ALL-AROUND                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Stephanie Bemmann                  Sevastopol                    Senior

Sara Dax                                   Kewaunee                     Senior

Lydia Nelson                             NEW Lutheran               Junior

Abbi Sitte                                  Gibraltar                        Junior

Hanna Wiese                             Algoma                         Sophomore

Jaclyn Wise                              NEW Lutheran               Sophomore

BACK ROW-LIBERO                 SCHOOL                      YEAR

Kayla Olson                              Gibraltar                        Senior

Mya Ploor                                 Sevastopol                    Junior

FRONT ROW                            SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Allison Dudka                            Peshtigo                       Sophomore

Jenna Hornblad                          Oconto                          Junior

Sydney Zimmerman                   Algoma                         Junior

SETTER                                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Alaina Ledvina                           Kewaunee                     Junior

Abigail Robinson                        Algoma                         Senior

Emma Walkowiak                      Oconto                          Sophomore

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

NAME                                       SCHOOL                      YEAR                POSITION

 

Tehya Bertrand                          Southern Door               Senior               Setter

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Bye week helps Packers heal but still a bulky injury report

By Nick Freimuth    By looking at the week's first injury report for the Packers and Rams, you would have thought that Los Angeles was the team coming off the bye week. The Rams have just three players listed in their initial injury release of the week. Green Bay has 10 players listed. The upside is that all ten practiced in some capacity for the Packers. L.A. had all three sit out of practice Wednesday. The Rams saw longtime Packers nemesis Ndamukong Suh, Cooper Kupp and Michael Brockers all failed to practice Wednesday. Aaron Rodgers was a full participant and hopes to play without a knee brace Sunday but that is yet to be determined. Here is a look at each team's release sent out late Wednesday:

 

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

 

Jaire Alexander, CB - Groin - Limited Participation
Geronimo Allison, WR - Hamstring - Limited Participation
Bashaud Breeland, CB - Hamstring - Limited Participation
Bryan Bulaga, T - Knee - Limited Participation
Randall Cobb, WR - Hamstring - Limited Participation
Jimmy Graham, TE - Knee - Limited Participation
Nick Perry, LB - Ankle - Limited Participation
Aaron Rodgers, QB - Knee - Full Participation
Jason Spriggs, T - Ankle - Limited Participation
Equanimeous St. Brown, WR - Knee - Limited Participation

 

LOS ANGELES RAMS

Michael Brockers, DE - Shoulder - Did Not Participate
Cooper Kupp, WR - Knee - Did Not Participate
Ndamukong Suh, DT - Knee - Did Not Participate

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Bucks (4-0) after beating 76ers 123-108

By Nick Freimuth     The Milwaukee Bucks are off to a perfect start to the season. A 123-108 win at home against the Philadelphia 76ers keeps Milwaukee in the ranks of the undefeated teams. Toronto in (5-0), the Bucks are now (4-0) and Detroit is (3-0) to lead the Eastern Conference. Giannis Antetokounmpo earned his first triple-double of the season.  He led the Bucks with 32 points, ten assists and 18 rebounds. Khris Middleton added 25 points and Brook Lopez scored 21 hard earned points in the paint for Milwaukee.

 

The Bucks travel to Minneapolis Friday night for a 7:00 PM tip-off with the Timberwolves. Minnesota is (2-3) to start the season in the Western Conference.

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Sectional Semi-Final Soccer Sturgeon Bay at Kohler on 103.3 FM tonight

By Nick Freimuth    The overall number one seed in the state, Kohler, will host Sturgeon Bay in a WIAA Division 4 sectional semi-final soccer tonight on 103.3 FM. The Door County Medical Center Pre-Match Show will air starting at 6:30 PM. Coach Todd Maas will break down the matchup with the Blue Bombers. Kohler has played a far inferior schedule compared to Sturgeon Bay this season. The Blue Bombers enter the match (19-2).  Sturgeon Bay (15-7) was unranked following the final week of the season due to numerous losses to top-tier Division 1 and Division 2 programs across the state.

The opening tap will come your way at 7:00 PM on 103.3 and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com through the listen on demand link on our site. Peter Kerwin will join me, Nick Freimuth, for the call of Clippers Soccer from the brand new Kohler Field.

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Luxemburg-Casco volleyball renews rivalry with Green Bay Notre Dame in sectional semis on 96.7 WBDK

By Tim Kowols       

As sure as the leaves will fall, Luxemburg-Casco and Green Bay Notre Dame will meet in WIAA Sectional Volleyball in October. The records for both teams may not show it (23-20 for the Spartans, 19-15 for the Tritons), but the pair have proven to be among the best Division 2 teams in the area as they vie for a chance to go to state at the Resch Center in Green Bay next weekend.

The Tritons had the rockier road to get to the sectional semifinals compared to the Spartans. Luxemburg-Casco swept Freedom in straight sets last Thursday before sending Oconto Falls to the same fate on Saturday. Notre Dame topped Sturgeon Bay in the regional semis in four games before going the distance in a comeback, five-game victory in the final. The Spartans did lose to the Tritons in their only match-up this year, a two-game sweep (19-25, 24-26) in Notre Dame's own tournament Labor Day weekend.

Tyler Thrune and Tim Kowols will have the action from Seymour beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening serve at 7 p.m. You can follow the game on 96.7 WBDK and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from last year's state game at Resch Center)

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Gibraltar looks to extend season against Hilbert in sectional semifinal match in Waupun

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings hope there is still some magic in Waupun for its volleyball team as they prepare to face the Hilbert Wolves in WIAA Sectional action Thursday night.

The Vikings are coming off their second regional championship in school history, defeating Salam and Central Wisconsin Christian en route to sectionals. The Vikings had to come back from a 2-1 game deficit against Central Wisconsin Christian to capture the regional crown, thanks in part all-conference performers Abbi Sitte, Payton Pluff, Kayla Olson, and Bria Caldecott.

The Wolves are 8-2 in the month of October, including regional wins against Stockbridge and Valley Christian.

First serve between the Vikings and Wolves will take place at 7 p.m. at Central Wisconsin Christian.

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Packers Vs. Dolphins game time changed to 3:25 PM

By Nick Freimuth    If you have tickets to the Packers Vs. Dolphins game scheduled for Sunday, November 11th, game time has been changed. Your tickets will say noon but the NFL just announced the Packers Vs. Dolphins game has been flexed to the 3:25 PM time slot. Green Bay plays a pair of road games before Sunday, November 11 in L.A. and New England. The Packers will travel to Seattle to play the Seahawks four days after the Dolphins home game. Weeks eight through 11 this year are definitely the "cheese shredder" portion of this year's schedule for Green Bay.

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Packers to travel West face the Rams

By Nate LoCascio     The Packers face their biggest test of the season and their longest road trip Sunday when they travel to Las Angeles. The (3-2-1) Packers play at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum against the (7-0) Rams. Kickoff Sunday is set for 3:25 PM CST. It marks the first trip to Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum since 1978. It is the first time the Packers have played at the Los Angeles Rams since traveling to Anaheim in 1991.

 

Even though it will be the first regular-season matchup between the two teams since the Rams moved back to Los Angeles, Green Bay has won five consecutive games over the Rams and 12 of the last 16. The Packers have outscored the Rams, 147-64 (plus-83), over the last five contests. Since 1990, the Packers are (11-2) during the regular season in California (49ers / Raiders / Chargers / Rams), including 4-1 under McCarthy.

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Packers add fullback to practice squad

By Nate LoCascio    The Green Bay Packers signed fullback Danny Vitale to the practice squad. The transaction was announced Monday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst. Vitale, a 6-foot, 239-pound third-year player, was originally selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the sixth round (No. 197 overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft out of Northwestern. As a rookie, he spent some time on the Buccaneers' practice squad before being signed by the Cleveland Browns. In 2016-17, Vitale played in 24 games with nine starts for the Browns, recording seven receptions for 46 yards (6.6 avg.) and 13 tackles on special teams. He was waived/injured on Sept. 1 and released on Oct. 12. Vitale will wear No. 45 for the Packers.

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Area cross country runners prepare for state meet

By Tim Kowols       

Gibraltar's Evan Henry and Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel have been familiar names on the leaderboard at area invites this season, so it is no surprise the trail will not end for them until Wisconsin Rapids this Saturday. The pair are the lone state qualifiers from Door and Kewaunee counties after posting impressive results at the sectional meet at Manitowoc Lutheran last Saturday. Stenzel, who is only a sophomore, captured the girls' sectional title with a time of 20:41. Henry, a senior, came in third with a time of 17:24. Tough sectionals at D2 and D3 levels prevented area schools from qualifying as a team. From the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Henry will look to medal in the D3 boys' race at 12:35 p.m. while Stenzel will wait until 2:25 p.m. until the gun fires for her girls' D3 race.

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Dietzel wins Packerland Soccer Player of the Year to lead All-Conference awards

By Nick Freimuth   Eli Dietzel's five-goal performance in the WIAA regional semi-final Thursday was validation of the player of the year award he earned via Packerland Conference coaches vote last week. The junior striker helped lead the Clippers to an undefeated conference record and back into the sectionals. Dietzel was one of four Clippers to earn first team all-conference recognition.  Here is a look at the rest of the all-conference awards for the 2018 season as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

2018 ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS SOCCER TEAM

 

1ST TEAM

FORWARDS                             SCHOOL                                  YEAR   

Eli Dietzel                                 Sturgeon Bay                            Junior                Unanimous

Charles Schulz                          Kewaunee                                 Senior               Unanimous

Damon Jones                            Peshtigo                                   Senior

MIDFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                  YEAR   

Eduardo Garcia                          Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Senior               Unanimous

Owen Stevenson                        Sturgeon Bay                            Junior                Unanimous

Alex Hershfield                          Kewaunee                                 Senior

Trey Maas                                 Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

Cade Tackmier                          Peshtigo                                   Junior

DEFENDERS                             SCHOOL                                  YEAR   

Nick Baumgartner                      Kewaunee                                 Senior

Dylan Burk                                Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

Sam Gast                                   NEW Lutheran                           Senior

GOALKEEPER                          SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Haakon Utesch                          Algoma                                     Junior                Unanimous

 

2ND TEAM

FORWARDS                             SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Trent Carriveau                           Peshtigo                                   Senior

Elijah Lange                                 NEW Lutheran                           Sophomore

Connor Thompson                      Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Freshman

MIDFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Jose Diaz                                     Kewaunee                                 Sophomore

Carson Dvorak                           Sturgeon Bay                            Sophomore

Noah Paszczak                           Algoma                                     Senior

Riley Reinhart                            Algoma                                     Junior

Griffin Saldana                           NEW Lutheran                           Freshman

DEFENDERS                             SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Cole Dvorak                               Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Sophomore

Nolan Lemke                             Peshtigo                                   Senior

D.J. Reichel                               Sturgeon Bay                            Senior

GOALKEEPER                          SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Samuel Meerstein                      NEW Lutheran                           Senior

 

HONORABLE MENTION

MIDFIELDERS                          SCHOOL                                  YEAR               

Johnny Conn                              Peshtigo                                   Freshman

Ben Fitzgerald                           Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Junior

DEFENDERS                             SCHOOL                                  YEAR

Justin Dragosh                           Algoma                                     Junior

Omar Farghali                            Peshtigo                                   Sophomore

Angel Jauregui                           Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Freshman

Evan Lardinois                           Gibraltar-Sevastopol                   Junior

Austin Veeser                            Kewaunee                                 Junior

GOALKEEPERS                        SCHOOL                                  YEAR   

Adison Benzinger                       Sturgeon Bay                            Junior

Seth Davis                                   Peshtigo                                   Sophomore

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

NAME                                       SCHOOL                                  YEAR                            POSITION

Eli Dietzel                                 Sturgeon Bay                            Junior                            Forward

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Bucks host Knicks in bid for third straight win

The Milwaukee Bucks look to win their third straight game of the 2018 season and stay undefeated when they host the New York Knicks in Milwaukee.  The Bucks are coming off a 118-101 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday.  The Knicks lost a squeaker to the Boston Celtics Saturday 103-101.

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Packers to face undefeated Rams

By Terry Kovarik              

Less than a week after losing a close Monday night game to the Green Bay Packers,  the San Francisco 49ers woes continued with 39-10 loss Sunday to the Los Angeles Rams.   The Rams remain the only undefeated team in the National Football League for the 2018 season.  The Green Bay Packers travel to Los Angeles Sunday coming fresh off of a Bye week.

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All-Conference MONLPC Football teams announced

By Nick Freimuth It's not often that you see three players share offensive player of the year in conference awards. Coaches of the MONLPC decided to split the top honor between Kewaunee's Owen Kudick, Southern Door's Derik LeCaptain and Peshtigo's Mitchell Van Vooren. LeCaptain was the defensive player of the year and Kewaunee's Tanor Bortolini won offensive and defensive lineman of the year. Here is a look at the 2018 football all-conference awards as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

M-O / NORTHERN LAKES / PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

2018 ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM

 

1ST TEAM OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                        SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Ryan Carmichael                       Kewaunee                     Junior

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Owen Kudick                             Kewaunee                     Junior                Unanimous

Derik LeCaptain                         Southern Door               Senior               Unanimous

Jacob Zeitler                              Coleman                       Senior               Unanimous

TIGHT END                               SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Mitchell Van Vooren                   Peshtigo                       Senior

OFFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Bennett Frazer                           Oconto                          Senior               Unanimous

Alex Hewitt                                Kewaunee                     Senior

McCoy Walechka                      Kewaunee                     Senior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Tanor Bortolini                           Kewaunee                     Junior                Unanimous

Kyle Malcore                             Southern Door               Senior               Unanimous

Brock Martinson                        Coleman                       Senior               Unanimous

Jarid Behrmann                          Kewaunee                     Senior

Max Schoening                          Algoma                         Senior

PLACEKICKER             SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Alex Hewitt                                Kewaunee                     Senior               Unanimous

 

 

1ST TEAM DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Bennett Frazer                           Oconto                          Senior               Unanimous

Mitchell Van Vooren                   Peshtigo                       Senior               Unanimous

McCoy Walechka                      Kewaunee                     Senior               Unanimous

LINEBACKER                            SCHOOL                      YEAR

Derik LeCaptain                         Southern Door               Senior               Unanimous

Jacob Zeitler                              Coleman                       Senior               Unanimous

Jordon Deringer                          Algoma                         Junior

Travis Reinke                             Kewaunee                     Senior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN               SCHOOL                      YEAR                           

Brock Kleiman                           Kewaunee                     Senior               Unanimous

Kyle Malcore                             Southern Door               Senior

Brock Martinson                        Coleman                       Senior

Elijah Ritchie                             Algoma                         Junior

DEFENSIVE END                       SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Tanor Bortolini                           Kewaunee                     Junior                Unanimous

Max Schoening                          Algoma                         Senior

Evan Wheaton                           Southern Door               Junior

PUNTER                                   SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Zach Sherman                           Oconto                          Senior

 

2ND TEAM OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                        SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Kyle Daoust                              Southern Door               Senior

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Tyler Blanchard                          Coleman                       Sophomore

Travis Reinke                             Kewaunee                     Senior

Mason Risner                            Coleman                       Senior

TIGHT END                               SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Jordon Deringer                          Algoma                         Junior

OFFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Tyler Kroll                                  Southern Door               Junior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR               

John Bieber                               Coleman                       Junior

Max Bordeau                             Sturgeon Bay                Senior

Spencer Karban                          Coleman                       Sophomore

Zach LeMahieu                          Peshtigo                       Senior

Elijah Ritchie                             Algoma                         Junior

Eli Schanau                               Oconto                          Senior

Evan Wheaton                           Southern Door               Junior

PLACEKICKER             SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Aidan Bohaczek                        Peshtigo                       Senior

 

 

2ND TEAM DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Dane Johnson                            Algoma                         Senior

Payton Nelson                           Coleman                       Junior

Owen Kudick                             Kewaunee                     Junior

Kyle Daoust                              Southern Door               Senior

LINEBACKER                            SCHOOL                      YEAR

Zach LeMahieu                          Peshtigo                       Senior

Zach Sherman                           Oconto                          Senior

Wyatt Kruse                              Kewaunee                     Senior

Max Pierre                                Southern Door               Senior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN               SCHOOL                      YEAR                           

Reece Demarce                         Peshtigo                       Senior

Paul Wery                                 Kewaunee                     Senior

DEFENSIVE END                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Max Panger                               Algoma                         Senior

 

PUNTER                                   SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Jordon Deringer                          Algoma                         Junior

Jake Zeitler                                Coleman                       Senior

 

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                        SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Jared Potkay                             Peshtigo                       Senior

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR   

Nick Baudhuin                           Southern Door               Sophomore

TIGHT END                               SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Wyatt Kruse                              Kewaunee                     Senior

Zach Sherman                           Oconto                          Senior

Max Pierre                                Southern Door               Senior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Calvin Meacham                        Sturgeon Bay                Senior

Brodie Overbeck                        Southern Door               Freshman

Andrew Ramage                        Oconto                          Senior

 

Tyler Salzman                           Peshtigo                       Senior

 

PLACEKICKER             SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Alex Montana                            Southern Door               Freshman

 

HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                    SCHOOL                      YEAR

Tyler Kroll                                  Southern Door               Junior

LINEBACKER                            SCHOOL                      YEAR

Nick Baudhuin                           Southern Door               Sophomore

John Bieber                               Coleman                       Junior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN               SCHOOL                      YEAR                                       

Jarid Behrmann                          Kewaunee                     Senior

Joe Reed                                        Oconto                          Junior

Gunner Sommers                       Peshtigo                       Junior

PUNTER                                   SCHOOL                      YEAR               

Max Hanrahan                           Kewaunee                     Junior

Derik LeCaptain                         Southern Door               Senior

 

LINEMEN OF THE YEAR

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR       SCHOOL                    YEAR             

Tanor Bortolini                                                   Kewaunee                     Junior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR       SCHOOL                    YEAR             

Tanor Bortolini                                                   Kewaunee                     Junior

 

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR         SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION

Owen Kudick                                                     Kewaunee                     Junior                Running Back

Derik LeCaptain                                                 Southern Door               Senior               Running Back

Mitchell Van Vooren                                           Peshtigo                       Senior               Tight End

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR         SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION

Derik LeCaptain                                                 Southern Door               Senior               Linebacker

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Sturgeon Bay Cross Country Season Finale

By Todd Meikle    The Sectional Cross Country Meet was held in Kiel last Saturday. In windy and snowy conditions, the Sturgeon Bay Cross Country teams showed their toughness. The boys placed 14th with Izaak Polecheck placing 23rd. The girls were 13th with Miranda Olson the top finisher in 50th place. Congratulations to both the boys and girls Cross Country Teams for a successful 2018-19 season.

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Door County fans have much to learn about the Packers

By Terry Kovarik              

Green Bay Packer fans in Door County learned that even after a century of play there are still new things to learn about the team. Jim Rice is a former history teacher whose secondary career has been researching the team back to it's founding in 1919. He'll share his wide collection of memorabilia and newspaper accounts with readers at the Door County Library. Rice says some of those accounts really shed light on Packer fans through history.

 



 

Rice says some of today's fans forget the passing game was almost unheard of during the team's Glory Years.

 



 

Rice has written several sports history books and is working on a new book about every Packer game ever played.

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Clippers Soccer claims 10th straight regional title on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth    The Sturgeon Bay Clippers are regional champions again after a convincing 6-2 win over Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian Saturday night. Coach Tod Maas is 10 for 10 in regional final matches in his ten-year coaching career. WBDK HD 103.3 FM The CLipper is broadcasting the entire postseason push for Sturgeon Bay and asked the coach about his success in the post-match show. Maas said, Regional Championships are special but we are after more."

 

Owen Stevenson opened up the scoring in the game on a Ben Luders assist in the eighth minute. Stevenson scored two goals in the win. DJ Reichel and Dylan Burke scored the next two Clippers goals from defensive positions. Eli Dietzel and Carson Dvorak also got in on the goal scoring for Sturgeon Bay. Adison Benzinger had an assist on Stevenson's second goal.

 

Next up is a sectional semi-final Thursday night from Kohler. Pre-match on 103.3 will begin at 6:30 PM with the opening tap at 7:00 PM.

 

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5-1 loss to Dodgers ends Brewers season

By Terry Kovarik              

The Milwaukee Brewers hopes for the National League pennant and a long await trip to the World Series were dashed in a 5-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.   A three-run home run by Yasiel Puig in the sixth gave the Dodgers a commanding lead that they never relinquished.  The Brewers finished the 2018 season with a franchise record 102 wins, including 12 in the post-season.

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Badgers claw Illini 49-20

By Terry Kovarik              

The University of Wisconsin took advantage of five Illinois turnovers converting three of them into touchdowns for an 18-point lead in Saturday's Big Ten match-up in Madison.  UW stayed on top to win the game 49-20.  That gave the Badger their ninth straight win against Illinois.

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Eagles win first round matchup

By Brett Kinnard

The Eagles beat the Peshtigo Bulldogs 55-15 in the first round of the high school playoffs. Southern Door scored early and often in the highly anticipated rematch. Southern Door put up 41 points in the first half to take it to the Bulldogs. Max Pierre and Derik LeCaptain both had interception returns in the second quarter to put an exclamation point on the half.In the second half it was all Southern Door again. Kyle Daoust and LeCaptain hooked up for two touchdowns through the air. LeCaptain lead the way with 13 carries for 210 yards and five total touchdowns. Daoust, Pierre, and LeCaptain all had interceptions in the game.Southern Door will now travel to Kewaunee next week to take on the Storm in their next playoff matchup. The Door County Medical pregame show will begin at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7 on 102.1 .

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Sevastopol Football dominates Oakfield on 104.1 FM WRLU

By Nick Freimuth    Sevastopol is one win away from playing in the first-ever state championship in eight-man football in the state of Wisconsin. A dominating 48-0 win over Oakfield will set-up a week three rematch between Newman Catholic and Sevastopol. The Wausau-area school topped the Pioneers 26-6 back in week three. Coach Ron Frank and his squad feel they are ready for the rematch.

 

Nathan Stenzel was simply amazing Friday night. He ran for four touchdowns in the win. His longest was a 40-yarder to ice the victory in the third quarter. Spencer Evenson had three touchdown runs including a 45-yard score and a 47-yarder both in the second quarter.

 

Coach Frank said in the post-game show that the shutout was definitely more impressive than the 48 points they put up against the Oaks. WRLU 104.1 FM will again broadcast next week's game from Wausau. Time and location have yet to be determined.

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Eagles Football wins first round playoff match-up on 102.1 FM

By Brett Kinnard     The Eagles beat the Peshtigo Bulldogs 55-15 in the first round of the high school playoffs. Southern Door scored early and often in the highly anticipated rematch.

Southern Door put up 41 points in the first half to take it to the Bulldogs. Max Pierre and Derik LeCaptain both had interception returns in the second quarter to put an exclamation point on the half.



In the second half, it was all Southern Door again. Kyle Daoust and LeCaptain hooked up for two touchdowns through the air. LeCaptain led the way with 13 carries for 210 yards and five total touchdowns. Daoust, Pierre, and LeCaptain all had interceptions in the game. LeCaptain broke the school record with his 90th career touchdown in the win. Ryan Englebert held the record previously with 89 touchdowns.



Southern Door will now travel to Kewaunee next week to take on the Storm in their next playoff matchup. The Door County Medical pregame show will begin at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7. Join Tyler Dantoin and me on 102.1 for the call.

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The Eagles beat the Peshtigo Bulldogs 55-15 on 102.1FM

By Brett Kinnard  












The Eagles beat the Peshtigo Bulldogs 55-15 in the first round of the high school playoffs. Southern Door scored early and often in the highly anticipated rematch.


Southern Door put up 41 points in the first half to take it to the Bulldogs. Max Pierre and Derik LeCaptain both had interception returns in the second quarter to put an exclamation point on the half.


In the second half it was all Southern Door again. Kyle Daoust and LeCaptain hooked up for two touchdowns through the air. LeCaptain lead the way with 13 carries for 210 yards and five total touchdowns. Daoust, Pierre, and LeCaptain all had interceptions in the game.


Southern Door will now travel to Kewaunee next week to take on the Storm in their next playoff matchup. The Door County Medical pregame show will begin at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7. Join Tyler Dantoin and me on 102.1 for the call.






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Spartans fall to Grafton 28-21 in Division 3 playoff on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans fell to Grafton 28-21 in a WIAA Division 3 Level 1 playoff game Friday night.

 

After a scoreless first quarter, Spartans struck first with on a nine-yard run by quarterback Garrit Aissen to take a 6-0 lead.  The Blackhawks then capitalized on a couple Spartan miscues, a fumble and blocked punt, to take a 14-6 lead.  On the ensuing kickoff with :11 seconds left in the half, Anthony Otradovec went 96 yards on an electrifying return to pull the Spartans within a point at 14-13.

 

After a Blackhawk touchdown in the third quarter, Nathan Coisman scored on a three-yard run.  Aissen then hit Coisman for a two-point conversion to tie the game at 21-21 with 10:11 left in the fourth quarter.  The Blackhawks responded with a scoring drive that was capped by a five-yard run by Joey Giorgi with 6:15 left in the game.  The Spartans had two more chances but were not able to threaten beyond mid-field in the minutes.

 

Aissen finished 16-31 for 135 yards with one interception.  Matt Cravillion caught five passes for 83 yards.  The Spartans finish the season 6-4, while Grafton (6-4) will now face New Berlin Eisonhower in a level 2 playoff next Friday.

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Gibraltar & L-C still alive in Regional Volleyball Tournament

By Nick Freimuth    It was a tough night for Packerland Conference Volleyball Thursday night. Algoma, Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door all lost regional semi-final games. Howards Grove beat Algoma (25-17, 25-8, 25-17). Brillion downed Southern Door (25-22, 25-23, 25-21). Sturgeon Bay fell to #1 Notre Dame (25-12, 25-9, 22-25, 25-22).

 

Gibraltar is now the lone Packerland Conference Volleyball team still alive in the postseason. The Vikings earned their way to a regional final match Saturday night by topping N.E.W. Lutheran (25-17, 15-25, 25-9, 25-23). The #3 seed Vikings will play at #2 seed Central Wisconsin Christian Saturday at 7:00 PM.

 

Luxemburg-Casco also advanced. The Spartans swept Freedom (25-21, 25-20, 25-17). Bekah Day dished out 38 assists. Cassie Schiltz dominated with 20 kills. Hannah Derenne and Alli Routhieaux combined for 18 digs. Coach Jeff Frey said, "It was a good win tonight against a really scrappy Freedom team, Ellen has done a great job with her program, they made us work for everything.  Excited for the opportunity to play for a Regional Championship on our floor Saturday night."

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Sturgeon Bay Girls Swim Team Dominating

By Todd Meikle    The Sturgeon Bay Girls Swimming Co-op Team remains undefeated after a dominating performance in the Bay Conference Relay Meet Thursday night at the YMCA Peterson Pool. The Clippers scored 122 out of 350 possible points. New London took second place with 60 points scored.  Looking forward to seeing the girl's success continue for the Bay Conference Swimming Meet next Thursday at the YMCA Peterson Pool, October 25th. at 5 PM.

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Sturgeon Bay Soccer Eases Past Peshtigo In Regional Tournament on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth     The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer team distinguished Peshtigo 7-2 in a WIAA regional semi-final at Dick Clark Field last night. Broadcast on 103.3 FM 'The Clipper,' Eli Dietzel stole the show. The junior striker scored an incredible three goals (a hat trick) in the first half. He finished the match with five goals in total. Owen Stevenson and Nathaniel Greenlaw each added a goal in the win.

 

The top two defenders for Sturgeon Bay each drew yellow cards in the match and with WIAA postseason rules can only garner four more in the tournament before having to miss the next game. If they would have been given a second yellow card in the game last night they too would have had to sit out for the next contest in its entirety.

 

The Clippers will host Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian back in Sturgeon Bay Saturday night. The Door County Medical Center Pre-Match show with Coach Todd Maas will begin at 6:30 PM. The opening tap will follow at 7:00 PM on 103.3 FM.

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Southern Door Playoff Football on 102.1 FM Tonight

By Brett Kinnard      Southern Door will take on Peshtigo in round one of the Wisconsin high school football playoffs. The Door County Medical pregame show will begin at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7. Join Tyler Dantoin and me, Brett Kinnard, on 102.1 FM for the call throughout the playoffs.

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Sevastopol Playoff Football on 104.1 FM WRLU

By Nick Freimuth    The entire Sevastopol Pioneer post-season football tournament run will be broadcast on 104.1 FM WRLU. Join Nick Freimuth and former Sevastopol Football Coach Jim Adams for the call starting tonight at 6:30 PM with Coach Ron Frank. Kickoff will follow at 7:00 PM. The Pioneers played maybe their best game of the season last week when they crushed Gibraltar 64-16. Tonight, #2 seed Sevastopol matches up with #3 seed Oakfield. The only common opponent for these two schools is Gibraltar. The Oaks also crushed Gibraltar this season 70-34.

 

The broadcast will also be streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com under the 'Listen on Demand' link.

 

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Gibraltar gets second crack at Newman Catholic in WIAA Playoff action on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings will get a second chance at knocking off the Newman Catholic Fighting Cardinals when they meet Friday night on 105.1 The Viking in the first round of the WIAA eight-man football divisional semifinals. Ironically, it was the day before their previous match-up in September that Vikings players learned they were eligible for the playoffs. The Vikings are trying to shake off a late-season swoon that started in Wausau with a 68-34 loss to the Fighting Cardinals.

In that game, the Cardinals and the Vikings traded scores in the first quarter with touchdown runs by Alex Laughlin and Trevor Reinhardt giving Gibraltar 8-7 and 14-13 leads early. Newman Catholic would never trail again after scoring four straight touchdowns, highlighted by a pick-six by Kasey Kaliface near the end of the second quarter. Gibraltar and Newman Catholic would trades scores to open the third quarter with Laughlin reaching the end zone once and jumpstarting a trick play that ended with a 50-plus yard passing touchdown from Luke Steebs to Reinhardt. The Fighting Cardinals would go on another run with Kaliface scoring two of his five offensive touchdowns and quarterback Ben Bates rushing for a third. Laughlin would close the scoring with a touchdown through the air from Reinhardt. Since then, the Vikings have lost two of three while the Fighting Cardinals continued their string of dominance, including a 44-14 victory last week against Phillips.

The winner of the match-up between Gibraltar and Newman Catholic will face the winner of Sevastopol/Oakfield. You can catch the action live from Merrill on 105.1 The Viking and streaming at DoorCountyDailyNews.com (no Facebook Live feed) beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 6 p.m.

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Spartans make road trip to Grafton for Division 3 Playoff tonight on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Grafton for a WIAA Division 3 Level 1 playoff game Friday night.  The #4 seeded Blackhawks finished sixth in the North Shore Conference with a 5-4 record while the #5 Spartans (6-2, 6-3 overall) tied for second in the North Eastern Conference.  Luxemburg-Casco is coming off a 55-0 win over Oconto Falls for their third straight shutout.  Grafton beat Port Washington 37-20 in their final conference game last Friday.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

(photo of quarterback Garrit Aissen courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

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Why Be a Head Football Coach? Series on Careers

By Tim Kowols       


When the Gibraltar Vikings take the field Friday night against the Newman Catholic Fighting Cardinals, it very well might be the last time Jim Laughlin stands on the sidelines as the team's head coach. A commercial angler by day, Laughlin took the reins after Gibraltar's head coach suddenly resigned. From the very beginning, Laughlin said he did not want the job on a full-time basis due to other commitments. However, he does have advice for whoever takes the lead whistle from him.



Gibraltar will look for a head football coach for the 2019 season as soon as this campaign ends. Prior to this year, Laughlin had experience as an assistant coach for the middle and high school teams.


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Brewers drop game five and face elimination Friday at Miller Park 

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2. Brandon Woodruff would come into pitch right away and go nearly six innings strong. He only allowed two runs on the night.

Lorenzo Cain went 2x4 in the game and drove in a run to finally get him going in the series. It wasn't quite enough as Clayton Kershaw had a dominant outing. He went seven innings only allowing one run to the Brewer lineup. He fanned 9 batters in the effort.


The Brewers continue the series with the Dodgers at home on Friday. They will need to win game 6 and 7 at home to advance to the World Series. Wade Miley will draw his name in the rotation. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:39.

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All of Sturgeon Bay post-season soccer to air on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth    Sturgeon Bay High School Soccer won their 10th conference championship out of 11 years and now begin post-season play tonight on 103.3 FM 'The Clipper.' Our broadcast will begin with the Door County Medical Center Pre-Game Show at 6:30 PM. Coach Todd Maas will preview the #13 vs. #4 matchup. It is the worst seed Sturgeon Bay has received in the regional in a handful of years. They lost their appeal by just one vote to overtake Oostburg for the #3 seed. It means Sturgeon Bay will match up with #1 seed Kohler in a sectional semi-final instead of a sectional final had they won their appeal. First things first, however.

 

The Clippers and Bulldogs will play for the third time this season with Sturgeon Bay winning each prior matchup handily. The opening tap will be at 7:00 PM with Peter Kerwin joining Nick Freimuth for the call of the match. Clippers Soccer will be live on 103.3 FM and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com all post season.

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Packers head into their week 7 bye week

By Nate Lo Cascio      The Green Bay Packers enter the bye with a 3-2-1 record, marking the fifth straight season and the 10th time under Head Coach Mike McCarthy that Green Bay entered the bye week with a winning record (4-3 in 2017, 2-1 in 2016, 6-0 in 2015, 5-3 in 2014, 6-3 in 2012, 7-0 in 2011, 6-3 in 2010, 4-3 in 2008, 5-1 in 2007). The Packers' three wins are tied for the third most in the NFC this season,
trailing the 6-0 Los Angeles Rams and 4-1 New Orleans Saints.

 

Green Bay is currently tied with the Minnesota Vikings (3-2-1) for No. 2 in the NFC North, ahead of the Detroit Lions (2-3) and behind the Chicago Bears (3-2). This is the second Week 7 bye for Green Bay in the last four seasons. With the win in Week 6, the Packers have won 13 of their last 15 home games in the month of October.

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Brewers lose in 13 innings as Dodgers even series

By Nick Freimuth    Game four of the National League Championship Series concluded at 1:25 PM in the bottom of the 13th inning. Brewers long reliever Junior Guerra pitched three and two/thirds innings and did a solid job but gave up an RBI single to Cody Bellinger scoring Manny Machado from second. The L.A. victory evened the series at (2-2) with the final game on the West Coast starting at 4:05 PM CST today.

 

Domingo Santana drove in the lone run in the 13 innings of lackluster offense for Milwaukee. Lorenzo Cain's struggles at the plate continued and went hitless and did not draw a walk in six plate appearances. Christian Yelich walked once but went just 1x5 in the game.

 

Wade Miley will start in game five this afternoon and will oppose Dodgers' ace Clayton Kershaw.

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WIAA Regional Volleyball results for Door/Kewaunee Counties

By Nick Freimuth    Tuesday night was the opening night of the WIAA Regional Volleyball Tournament throughout the state of Wisconsin. There were some exciting victories and heartbreaking defeats by teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties. The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Volleyball team defeated the Peshtigo Bulldogs in 3 out of 5 sets tonight at Sturgeon Bay High School. Athletic Director Todd Meikle said, "The win was highlighted by a key spike run lead by Hailey DeGrave and KoKo Hartzell in the fifth game that the Clippers won 15-9.  The essence of the victory was the overall team play by the Clippers as they lost in the first set 25-20 to the Bulldogs. But the girls fought back to win the next 3 out of 4 sets to secure a Thursday night showdown at Notre Dame Academy, Thursday night, at 7:00 PM. Thank you to Clipper Nation for your excellent support at tonight's game!"

 

In Division 3, #4 Southern Door swept #14 Sevastopol at Eagle Gymnasium. The Eagles swept the Pioneers (25-20, 25-17, 25-22). Algoma topped Roncalli in four games (25-14, 25-21, 14-25, 25-18). The Wolves were the home team after securing the eighth seed in the # vs. #9 matchup. Kewaunee saw their season come to an end against Saint Mary's Springs (24-26, 25-17, 25-11, 25-14).

 

Gibraltar is the lone Door/Kewaunee team in Division 4. The Vikings had the most dominant performance of any area team sweeping Salam (25-9, 25-6, 25-7). The Milwaukee-area school never got into a rhythm against a solid Vikings offense.

 

Photo By Kim Adams

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Packers release wide receiver Yancey

By Nate Lo Cascio     The Green Bay Packers released wide receiver DeAngelo Yancey from the practice squad. The transaction was announced Tuesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst. Yancey spent the 2017 season on the Packers' practice squad and after being released after training camp this season, he was signed to Green Bay's practice squad on October 4.

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Brewers win despite late inning scare

By Nick Freimuth    The Milwaukee Brewers have a 2-1 lead in the National League Championship Series thanks to a 4-0 shutout of the Dodgers in Los Angeles Monday night. A Ryan Braun double brought home Christian Yelich for the games first run in the first inning. Milwaukee would score again off a wild pitch in the sixth inning. Orlando Arcia would put two insurance runs on the board with his third home run of the postseason in the seventh inning.

 

Jeremy Jeffress would again make it interesting however in the bottom of the ninth inning. Jeffress would load the bases before striking out the final two batters he faced to secure the 4-0 shutout for Milwaukee. Game four will begin tonight at 8:09 PM.

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Mason Crosby rebounds in walk-off win over 49ers

By Nick Freimuth   After putting up video game-like numbers in the first half Green Bay and San Francisco's offenses slowed in the second half. The teams combined to put up 366 yards of offense in the first quarter and 547 total in the first half. Leading 17-14 at halftime, Green Bay fell behind in the third quarter but regained the lead just as time expired in a 33-30 victory. Mason Crosby was perfect on four field goals and three extra points but the dagger came as time expired and he hit the game-winner from 27 yards. Aaron Rodgers finished with 425 yards passing and two touchdowns. Davante Adams, Jimmy Graham and Marquez Valdes-Scantling each amassed over 100 yards receiving.

 

Green Bay is now (3-2-1) heading into their bye week. Their next game will be Sunday, October 28th in Los Angeles against the Rams. They follow that up with a trip to New England for Sunday Night Football on November 4th. Chicago still has a half-game lead over the Vikings and the Packers at (3-2).

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Brewers start 36 minutes before Packers tonight

By Nick Freimuth      The state of Wisconsin is in a major sports watching conundrum tonight. Luckily, game three of the National League Championship Series between the Brewers and Dodgers starts 36 minutes before the Packers and 49ers play on Monday Night Football.  Brewers pitcher Jhoulys Chacin will get the start for Milwaukee in Los Angeles with first pitch slated for 6:39 PM. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will kick off Monday Night Football at 7:15 PM.

 

Game four of the NLCS is scheduled for Tuesday at 8:09 PM. Game five first pitch is Wednesday at 4:05 PM.

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Packers hope dominance of NFC West continues tonight

By Nate LoCascio     Under Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Green Bay is 17-7 versus NFC West teams during the regular season. Tonight at 7:15 PM, the Packers will look to continue their dominance against the NFC West, particularly the San Francisco 49ers. The Packers' .708 winning percentage is tied for No. 4 in the NFL against the NFC West and Green Bay's 17 wins are tied for No. 1 (Atlanta, Minnesota) among teams outside the NFC West (profootball-reference.com).

 

 

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has started 19 regular-season games against teams from the NFC West with the Packers winning 14 of those. Rodgers has thrown 37 touchdowns and nine interceptions in the 19 games and his 105.1 passer rating ranks No. 1 in the NFL against the NFC West since 2008 (min. 100 pass att.).

 

 

Dating back to 2002, the Packers are 22-9 against the NFC West in the regular season. Green Bay's .710 winning percentage against the NFC West is No. 1 in the NFC and No. 3 in the NFL. The Packers' 22 wins against the NFC West since 2002 are tied for the most in the NFL for a team outside the division. Green Bay has a plus-259 point differential against the NFC West since 2002, No. 2 in the NFL behind the Seattle Seahawks (plus-619).

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Sevastopol, Gibraltar prepare for inaugural playoff run

By Tim Kowols       

Door County will have two teams involved in the first-ever WIAA 8-man football playoffs when they kick off on Friday.

Both Sevastopol and Gibraltar earned spots in the East divisional bracket, giving the possibility of a cross-county clash for an opportunity to go to the state title game. The Pioneers beat the Vikings in convincing fashion last week 64-16 in Institute. Before that happens, however, the Pioneers and the Vikings will have to knock off two of the most talented teams in the state in Newman Catholic (#1 overall seed, #1 in the East) and Oakfield (#3 in the East). The pair has a combined record of 37-1 the last two seasons, including victories in the now-defunct WIAA 8-man Jamboree. The Fighting Cardinals beat both Door County teams this regular season, defeating the Pioneers in week three 26-6 and the Vikings in week six 68-34. The Pioneers are the only team to keep the Fighting Cardinals under 30 points in a game since the team from Wausau joined eight-man football last year, doing so twice in a pair of losses. The Oaks played Gibraltar in a fill-in game during week seven and won 70-34.

In the divisional semi-final round, Sevastopol will host Oakfield in Institute while Gibraltar will reprise their Wausau road trip to face Newman Catholic. Both games are scheduled to take place on Friday night.

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Southern Door Volleyball finished first place at the Packerland Conference Tournament

By Terry Kovarik              

The Southern Door Eagles Volleyball squad took top honors at the Packerland Conference Tournament on Saturday.

The Eagles bested NEW Lutheran 28-26, 25-14,  took two of three matches against Oconto 25-14, 17-25, 15-11 and two of three from Algoma 25-27, 25-22, 15-11.

For the day Kendra Dantoin finished with 43 kills, 25 digs, Grace Legrave had 21 kills, 22 digs, Tehya Bertrand had 79 assists and Jackie Atkins totaled 34 digs.

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Dodgers best Brewers 4-3 tying NCLS 1-1

By Terry Kovarik              

The Milwaukee Brewers held a one-run lead going into the fifth inning before a home crowd at Miller Park.  Then Justin Turner's two-run homer put the Los Angles Dodgers into the lead.  That proved to be the game winner and tied the National League Championship Series at one game apiece.  The series moves to Dodger Stadium Monday for the next three games of the best-of-seven series.

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Southern Door Will Host Peshtigo In Level 1 Playoffs

By Nate Alberts               

Head Coach Ryan Zuehlke traveled to Bonduel Saturday morning for the Group B pairings for the Division 5 Playoffs. As predicted the Southern Door Eagles will play host to Peshtigo in Group B as the 4-5 matchup.

"We made a strong push for the #3 seed, but the final vote tally ended in a tie and we were given the #4 seed." Said Coach Zuehlke.

Eagles and Bulldogs will kickoff October 19. Kickoff at 7:00pm.

Kewaunee is the overall #1 seed and they will play #8 Rib Lake/Prentice. The Storm won the MONLPC outright with a win over Peshtigo Friday night.

Other matchups: #6 Bonduel @ #3 Colby, #2 Stratford hosting #7 Northland Pines

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Sevastopol downs Gibraltar to advance to take 3rd straight conference title

By Brett Kinnard      

The Sevastopol Pioneers took on the Gibraltar Vikings for an episode of Friday night lights. They won the matchup 64-16 in a game they controlled from the start.

They started off with a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown by Alex Krause the get things going in the first. Nathan Stenzel would score three touchdowns before halftime to give them a 44-8 lead going into the half.

The Pioneers came out and dominated the second half. Stenzel punched in a two-yard rushing touchdown to begin the third quarter and the Pioneers never looked back. Stenzel would finish with six total touchdowns on a monster homecoming performance.

Sevastopol will now head to the playoffs. Stay tuned to 104.1 for more hard-hitting action as Pioneer playoff football will be coming to you soon.

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LeCaptain's Pick Six Secures Win, Eagles Await Playoff Opponent

By Nate Alberts    

Southern Door's Derik LeCaptain intercepted Coleman's Cayden Bintz and returned it 35-yards to secure a 29-16 win Friday night.

The game would start with the first four possessions going for touchdowns. Eagles' Quarterback Kyle Daoust scored on a 21-yard run at the 9:56 mark. Alex Montana's extra point made it 7-0.

Coleman, on their opening drive, would only need two plays to take an 8-7 lead when running back Mason Reisner had a 78-yard touchdown run.

Daoust and the Eagles took the lead right back after a seven-play drive connecting on a 23-yard pass to LeCaptain. Montana's extra point made the score 14-8.

Coleman scored their final touchdown of the game on the games fourth possession. Jacob Zeitler converted on a 2-yard touchdown run and would follow that up with the two-point conversation making the score 16-14 with 4:00 left in the first.

After back-and-forth scoring, the score would remain 16-14 after the first.

The next score came late in the second quarter with 2:05 remaining. LeCaptain would scamper for 88-yards untouched on 1st & 35. The two-point conversion pass to Devin Schinkgten made it 22-16 at the break.

After a busy half, both defenses shut down their counterpart. In the first half, Coleman averaged
8.7 yards a carry. In the second, the Cougars only managed 2.3 yards a carry. The Eagles would eventually make Coleman one dimensional and force the passing game to throw two interceptions including the one by LeCaptain in the fourth quarter for the final score in the final two minutes. Daoust had the first interception after throwing one of his own at the 6:40 mark in the fourth.

On the night LeCaptain had 311 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns. Daoust finished with 213 total yards and two touchdowns. Max Pierre was the teams leading tackler with 15 solo tackles.

Southern Door now waits to see who they will play in the first round of the playoffs. Playoffs start October 19.

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Algoma ends 11-man football with 44-0 shutout of Sturgeon Bay

By Nick Freimuth     Algoma ended an era of 11-man football Friday night with an impressive dismantling of Sturgeon Bay 44-0. Broadcast on 103.3 'The Clipper,' Algoma's homecoming was a one-sided affair. Outgained 217 to 17 in first half yards, Sturgeon Bay finished with just 37 offensive yards in the game. Algoma finished with 310 including 182 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Zach Dellis.

 

Sturgeon Bay finished the year (0-8) while Algoma finished (3-6). The Wolves will transition into eight-man football next season.

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Spartans destroy Oconto Falls 55-0 on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans scored early and often as they pummeled the Oconto Falls Panthers 55-0 in the final North Eastern Conference in the regular season finale.  Before a big Senior Night crowd at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex, the Spartans scored on their first offensive play as quarterback Garrit Aissen hit Lance Tebon on a 47 yard pass completion.  L-C's defense then scored on the Panthers' next possession as defensive lineman Cole Erickson picked up a fumble and rambled 28 yards for a touchdown with 8:43 left in the first quarter.

The Spartans scored four more touchdowns before halftime to take a commanding 42-0 lead and set the stage for a fast second half with a continuous clock.  Dominating the statistics, L-C finished with 412 total yards of offense while the Spartan defense pitched their third consecutive shutout by limiting Oconto Falls to just 64 yards.

Colton Worachek led the Spartans in  rushing with 57 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns.  Aissen finished 11-13 in passing for 258 yards and three touchdowns and Lance Tebon caught two touchdowns of 61 and the 47 yarder.

Luxemburg-Casco (6-2, 6-3 overall) will now wait for the seeding meeting tomorrow that will determine who and where they will play in the level 1 Division 3 playoffs that start next Friday night.

(photos courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

 

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Sevastopol rolls to third conference championship in 64-16 rout of Gibraltar

By Tim Kowols and Brett Kinnard

Sevastopol's defense set the tone and the offense did the rest in a 64-16 rout of cross-county rival Gibraltar on 104.1 WRLU and 105.1 The Viking Friday night.

Alex Krause got the Pioneer homecoming fired up with a touchdown off the interception of Trevor Reinhardt to open the scoring. Ethan Kroll and Nathan Stenzel would account for three of the next four touchdowns for the Pioneers on the ground while Krause was able to reach the end zone on a 40-yard passing play. Reinhardt was able to connect with Alex Laughlin with 15 seconds left in the first half to give the Vikings their first points of the evening. Reinhardt would connect for another touchdown pass in the second half, this time from four yards out to Adam Reinhardt. That, however, was sandwiched between two Stenzel-led touchdown drives including Krause's third score on the day.

Sevastopol will host the seeding meeting for the inaugural 8-man football tournament, which according to the WIAA standings has them tied for the third best record in the state. According to Pioneer athletic director Jen Wiesner, a final decision on the eight-team field should be finalized by noon on Saturday.

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Gibraltar's Henry, Sevastopol's Stenzel capture individual titles at Packerland cross country meet

By Tim Kowols       

Familiar names captured top honors at Thursday's Packerland Conference cross country meet held in Fish Creek as Gibraltar's Evan Henry and Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel won their respective races.

In the boys' race, Henry won the 5K race with a time of 16:42, beating runner-up Josh Woller of Oconto by seven seconds. Southern Door was the top local team with a second place finish behind Peshtigo. The Eagles were led by Sam Dean who ran a 17:24 en route to a 3rd place finish. Sevastopol's Kyle Carlson (17:53, 7th), Kewaunee's James Cullen (17:57, 8th), and Sturgeon Bay's Izaak Polecheck (18:05, 9th) were the top finishers on their respective teams.

In the girls' race, Stenzel bested conference rival Lydiah LeCloux of Southern Door by eight seconds with a time of 20:28 in their 5k race. Even without a finisher in the top 5, Kewaunee was able to capture the conference championship led by a seventh-place finish by Elizabeth Lamack in a time of 21:27.  Sturgeon Bay's Miranda Olson (21:48, 13th) and Gibraltar's Abbey Fitzgerald (24:33, 30th) led their respective teams.

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High School Volleyball playoff brackets released

By Nick Freimuth     Postseason volleyball gets started next Tuesday and only one local team received a round one bye. Luxemburg-Casco will not play until next Thursday in Division 2, every other local team opens tournament play Tuesday. Also in Division 2, Sturgeon Bay hosts a round one game as an eight seed against ninth seed Peshtigo.

 

In Division 3, #8 Algoma will matchup with #9 Roncalli in Algoma Tuesday. Kewaunee is a #10 seed and travels to#7  Oostburg and #13 Sevastopol travels to #4 Southern Door.

 

Gibraltar is the only local team in Division 4. They earned a #3 seed and host #14 Salam, a Milwaukee school Tuesday.

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Sturgeon Bay & Algoma Football close out the season tonight on 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth    The end of an era, the end of a rivalry, the end of a season. All three will take place tonight when Sturgeon Bay travels to Algoma for the regular season finale against the Wolves on 103.3 'The Clipper.' Algoma will make the move to 8-man football next season after signing a two-year contract to make the switch. So, tonight is not just the last game between two very familiar foes. It may be the last time these two schools ever play against each other in high school football.

 

The broadcast begins at 6:30 PM with the Door County Medical Center Pre-Game Show. Clippers Coach Jim Adams will help us jump-start the broadcast. His father, also Jim Adams, will then join Nick Freimuth for the call of the game starting at 7:00 PM. The game will also be streamed live at DoorCountyDailyNews.com by clicking on the 'Listen on Demand' link and then selecting 103.3 FM.

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Eagles Host Cougars In Regular Season Finale On 102.1 WRKU

By Nate Alberts     The Southern Door Eagles are playing for a potential home playoff game next week in their regular season finale against Coleman.

Following a 55-0 win over rival Sturgeon Bay, the Eagles qualified for the 2018 playoffs. In that game, Senior Quarterback Kyle Daoust totaled five touchdowns. Two touchdown passes went to Tyler Kroll and one to Devin Schinkgten, an interception for a touchdown in the first quarter and a one-yard rushing score in the second quarter.


Senior Running Back and projected Player of the Year of the MONLPC Derik LeCaptain had another 200-yard rushing game to go along with three scores.


Coleman (5-3, 3-2) beat Oconto 50-14 last week. Their win also guarantees them a spot in the playoffs. The Cougars Wing-T offense ran the ball 54 times for 467 yards and had three 100 yard rushers (Tyler Blanchard 113, Mason Risner 133 and Jacob Zietler 199).


Tonight will be Senior Night for the Eagles. The DoorCountyMedical Pregame show starts at 6:30 with kickoff at 7:00.  The game will also stream live online at doorcountydailynews.com

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Game of the week - Sevastopol hosts Gibraltar for Homecoming on 104.1 FM and 105.1 FM

By Tim Kowols & Brett Kinnard

County rivalry bragging rights. Potential playoff positioning. It is hard to imagine much more being on the line Friday night when the Gibraltar Vikings line-up against the Sevastopol Pioneers on 104.1 FM and 105.1 FM in Institute.

 

The Vikings took one more step towards the playoffs last week when it outlasted the Wausaukee Rangers 44-28 on homecoming. Trevor Reinhardt was able to get into a groove offensively as he threw for five touchdown passes. Four different Vikings reached the end zone as a result of Reinhardt's passing, including Alex Laughlin claiming four scores of his own.

 

The Pioneers handled the Gillett Tigers in their final tuneup before the rivalry game 38-6. Nathan Stenzel led the way for the Pioneers with 260 yards and two total touchdowns. Jaden Sawyer put the game on ice when he took a 20-yard fumble return for a touchdown.

 

The WIAA Web site has been hush about potential matchups in its first ever dip into a playoff format. It is likely the winner of the matchup not only wins the MONLPC-8 man crown but also will host a game next week in the playoffs' opening round.  Tim Kowols will have the away team call for the Vikings on 105.1 The Viking while Brett Kinnard and Tyler Dantoin will have the Pioneers call on 104.1 WRLU. Pregame for both broadcasts start at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

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Spartans host Oconto Falls for Senior Night on WBDK tonight

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg Casco Spartans take on the Oconto Falls Panthers Friday night in Luxemburg.  It's senior night and the last regular season game in the North Eastern Conference.  The Spartans (5-2, 5-3 overall) are coming  off a playoff-eligibility clinching victory over Wrightstown 21-0 last week by knocking off the then-undefeated Tigers.  Oconto Falls (1-6, 1-7 overall) got their first win of the season last Friday against Clintonville by trouncing the Truckers 38-6.  The pregame on WBDK 96.7FM is set for 6:30 pm with Coach Dillon Maney and kickoff at 7 pm with Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt on the call.

 

(photo of Spartan wide receiver Anthony Otrodavec courtesy of Ron LeCloux from last year's 69-0 L-C victory over Oconto Falls)

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Packers & 49ers prepping for Monday Night Football

By Nate LoCascio     The Packers hope to rebound at home Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers. It is the 26th consecutive season (1993-2018) that Green Bay is appearing on Monday Night Football. It is the fifth time in the last six seasons the Packers have played at Lambeau Field on MNF. It will be the fourth time, and first since 1999, that Green Bay and San Francisco will face off on MNF, with the Packers winning two of the three matchups. Green Bay has won three of its last four games on MNF.

 

The Packers lead the all-time series with the 49ers, 35-30-1, including a 4-3 record in the postseason. Under Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Green Bay is 4-2 against San Francisco during the regular season. The Packers have won 10 of the last 12 regular-season matchups with the 49ers, including six of seven contests at home.

 

Green Bay has scored 20-plus points in each of the last eight regular season home games it has played against San Francisco. After the second Week 7 bye for Green Bay in the last four seasons (2015), the Packers will play four of five games on the road, including three games against teams that won their division last season (at Los Angles Rams, at New England Patriots, at Minnesota Vikings). The Packers are 7-5 (.583) under McCarthy in the game heading into the open date on their schedule, including wins in two of the last three contests.

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Gibraltar & Sevastopol Football tied atop the conference

By Nick Freimuth    They saved the best for last in M&O, Northern Lakes, Packerland Conference eight-man football. Gibraltar and Sevastopol are undefeated in conference and square off Friday night for the regular season championship. At (7-0), the Vikings and Pioneers have a two-game lead over (5-2) Wausaukee. The cross-county rivalry will be played on 105.1 FM WSBW with a Gibraltar perspective. The Pioneers play every week on 104.1 FM WRLU. Here is a look at the rest of the league standings as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

FOOTBALL – 8-PLAYER DIVISION

STANDINGS

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST             TIED

Gibraltar                                    7                      0                      0

Sevastopol                                7                      0                      0

Wausaukee                              5                      2                      0

Gillett                                         4                      3                      0

Lena-STAA                               3                      4                      0

NEW Lutheran                          3                      4                      0

Menominee Indian                   2                     6                      0

Oneida Nation                          1                      6                      0

Bowler-Gresham                      0                     7                      0

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Kewaunee one win away from conference crown outright

By Nick Freimuth    Kewaunee is one win away from clinching an outright M&O, Northern Lakes, Packerland Conference championship in football. The Storm plays Peshtigo in Kewaunee Friday night with the title on the line. Peshtigo and Southern Door are each a game behind Kewaunee. The Eagles host Coleman Friday night. Here is a look at the current standings as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

FOOTBALL - LARGE SCHOOL DIVISION

STANDINGS

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST             TIED

Kewaunee                                 5                      0                      0

Southern Door                          4                      1                      0

Peshtigo                                    4                      1                      0

Coleman                                   3                      2                      0

Algoma                                      1                     4                      0

Oconto                                       1                      5                      0

Sturgeon Bay                            0                      5                      0

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Times set for Game 1 and Game 2 of NLCS between the Brewers and Dodgers

By Terry Kovarik              

Starting times have now been set for the first two games of the National League Championship Series at Miller Park.  The Milwaukee Brewers host the Los Angeles Dodger starting at 7:09 PM Friday, October 12th.  The second game of the series is set for 3:09 PM Saturday, October 13th.

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Packers-49ers tickets cheaper thanks to Brewers NLCS run

By Terry Kovarik              

There's good news and there's bad news for Wisconsin sports fans.  The bad news:  tickets for the National League Championship Series games at Miller Park are sold out.  Some may be available on the secondary market at a higher cost.  The good news: tickets for Monday night's Packers-49er's game at Lambeau Field are now at their lowest prices of the season.  Tickets for that game now start at $105 down from $132 last week and $145 on September 4th.

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High School Volleyball features Pink Out Night Tuesday

By Terry Kovarik  & Nick Freimuth            

The Southern Door Eagle Volleyballers lost to Gibraltar at home 2-3. Southern Door took the first set 25-20 and the fourth set 25-21.  Gibraltar came out on top in the second set 25-23, the third set 25-20 and the fifth set 15-13. Kendra Dantoin finished the match with 18 kills, 19 digs.  Jackie Atkins had 32 digs and Tehya Bertrand had 38 assists.

 

 

Sevastopol was swept by Kewaunee (8-25, 17-25, 19-25). Steph Bemmann logged 12 kills and 12 digs. Mya Ploor added 11 digs and Zoe Kuehn smashed five kills in the loss amid homecoming week.

 

 

Sturgeon Bay beat Algoma (25-18, 25-27, 25-15, 25-15) on Parents and Pink Out Night at home. The Clippers stayed within one game of Oconto for the conference lead with the win.  Lauren Alger had 22 assists. Hailey Degrave led the team with 21 kills. Carley Wodack played strong in the middle with eight kills. Katie Frank dished out 22 assists. Koko Hartzell had 10 kills, five aces, and eight blocks. Maddie Starr chipped in eight kills in the win. Sturgeon Bay Coach Stacy Judas said, "Our presence at the net was the best it's been all season, especially defensively. Every hitter was firing last night and helped us to control our offense which was rooted in a great defensive effort."

 

Photos By Kim Adams

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Luxemburg-Casco Soccer ties Freedom

By Nick Freimuth     Tuesday night's North Eastern Conference game between Luxemburg-Casco and Freedom ended 2-2. The Irish scored the first and last goals of the game. The Spartans saw Griffin Gieb score on a Nathan Johnson assist in the 27th minute. Carter Sewell added L-C's second goal in the 43rd minute on a penalty kick. Goalie Garrett Zuleger made eight saves in goal for the Spartans to keep the tie intact. The game was paused for a weather delay in the 52nd minute and resumed after a 45-minute delay. The game ended in the 72nd minute for a lack of daylight.

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Packers sign new running back & wide receiver to practice squad

By Nate LoCascio     The Green Bay Packers signed running back Tra Carson and wide receiver Keon Hatcher to the practice squad and released running back Joel Bouagnon from the practice squad. The transactions were announced Tuesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

(tray) Carson, a 5-foot-11, 228-pound second-year player, was originally signed by the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M on May 6, 2016. He spent almost all of his rookie season on the Bengals' practice squad, was on injured reserve for the 2017 season and was waived/injured by the Bengals after Week 2 of this season. After beginning his career at Oregon (2011), Carson played three seasons for Texas A&M (2013-15), where he recorded 2,075 rushing yards (4.8 avg.) and 19 touchdowns in 36 games. He will wear No. 32 for the Packers.


Hatcher, a 6-foot-1, 212-pound first-year player, was originally signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Arkansas on May 5, 2017. He spent his entire rookie season on the Raiders' practice squad. In 2018, he was released by Oakland after Week 1 and spent a brief time on the practice squad of the Detroit Lions. Hatcher played in 47 games with 28 starts for the Razorbacks over four seasons and finished his collegiate career ranked fourth in program history with 19 touchdown receptions. He will wear No. 13 for the Packers.

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Packerland Conference volleyball standings

By Nick Freimuth     The final night of regular season conference dual volleyball is tonight and the conference championship is far from determined. The Conference tournament is also still ahead, Saturday at Kewaunee. The top four teams are all separated by just one loss in the standings. Here is a look at the standings heading into play Thursday night as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS

 

SCHOOL                   WON              LOST             SEASON PTS          TOURNEY PTS       TOTAL PTS

Oconto                            7                      1                              14                                0                                  14

Southern Door               5                      2                              10                                0                                  10

Gibraltar                         5                      2                              10                                0                                  10

Sturgeon Bay                 5                      2                              10                                0                                  10

NEW Lutheran               3                      4                              6                                  0                                  6

Algoma                           3                      4                              6                                  0                                  6

Peshtigo                         2                      5                              4                                  0                                  4

Kewaunee                      2                      5                              4                                  0                                  4

Sevastopol                     0                      7                              0                                  0                                  0

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High School Soccer Monday night

By Nick Freimuth    Sturgeon Bay completed an undefeated conference season Monday night against the second best team in the conference Peshtigo. A 7-2 win on parents night at Dick Clark Field lifted the Clippers to (10-0) on the regular season. Eli Dietzel had a special night scoring a hat trick (three goals). Nathaniel Greenlaw and Owen Stevenson each added two goals in the win. CJ Fairchild was a table setter for the Clippers. Fairchild had two assists as did Owen Stevenson. Freshman Ben Luders added an assist as the underclassman continues to contribute on the varsity level.

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco earned a 11-1 win over Little Chute. Griffin Gieb got the scoring started early with a first-minute goal. It was the first of three goals for Gieb. Carter Sewell scored a remarkable four goals in the win and added three assists in the win. Anthony Patek, Derek Davister and Reece Glish also scored for the Spartans. Glish assisted on two goals and Marshall Paider added an assist as well. Garrett Zuleger made two saves on goal for L-C.

 

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Sturgeon Bay Sixth Grade Football Loves Jim Olson Motors Red Zone

By Nick Freimuth    The smallest market in Wisconsin to host a weekly live Packers talk show, Sturgeon Bay, featured its sixth-grade football team as the 'WRLU Team of the Week' Monday night. Each of the Clippers got the chance to be on the radio and meet Packers Lucas Patrick and Joe Kerridge. The Sturgeon Bay varsity football team also made an appearance in support of the sixth graders. Everyone in attendance at this free and open to the community show went home with autographs, pictures with the players and great memories.

 

The Jim Olson Motors Red Zone will return on Monday, October 29 following next week's Monday Night Football game against the 49ers and the bye week after that. The show is broadcast live on 104.1 FM and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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Packerland Conference Soccer Standings

By Nick Freimuth    The Sturgeon Bay varsity soccer team has won yet another Packerland Conference Championship and will look to cap a perfect conference season with a game against second-place Peshtigo tonight. Seedings for the post season should be released later this week with regional tournament action starting next Thursday. Here is a look at the current standings heading into the final week of the regular season as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

BOYS SOCCER STANDINGS

 

 

SCHOOL                                           WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

Sturgeon Bay                                       9                      0                      0                       18

Peshtigo                                                5                      3                      1                       11

NEW Lutheran                                      5                      4                      0                       10

Kewaunee                                             4                      5                      0                       8

Gibraltar-Sevastopol                          3                      6                      0                       6

Algoma                                                  0                      8                      1                       1

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Brewers Sweep Rockies

By Nick Freimuth   Milwaukee's winning streak is now at 11 games following a three-game sweep of the Colorado Rockies in the National League Divisional Series. A 6-0 shutout in Denver has the Brewers set up for the NLCS likely Friday against the Dodgers or Braves. Los Angeles holds a two games to one advantage over Atlanta through three games.

 

The Brewers got a stellar performance from some unlikely heroes Sunday afternoon. Travis Shaw, Jesus Aguilar (home run), Orlando Arcia and Keon Broxton (home run) all chipped in run-producing hits in the win.

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Jim Olson Motors Red Zone celebrates Sturgeon Bay Middle School Football tonight

By Nick Freimuth     Sturgeon Bay sixth grade football will be celebrated as the 'WRLU Team of the Week' tonight at the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone. Green Bay Packers players Lucas Patrick and Joe Kerridge will also join and will sign autographs, pose for pictures and answer studio audience questions. The show begins with Clippers Football interviews at 5:30 PM. Our Packers guests will arrive at 6:00 PM. The show is free and open to the community. Seating is available at a first come, first serve basis for approximately 100 fans. The show is held at Jim Olson Ford on Duluth Avenue in Sturgeon Bay and broadcast live on 104.1 FM WRLU and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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Southern Door Volleyballers sweep home tourney 5-0

By Terry Kovarik              

The Southern Door Eagle Volleyball squad had a perfect outing at their home tournament. Southern Door went 5-0 on the day beating Crivitz in the championship match.

The day began with a victory over Iowa-Grant 25-12, 23-25, 15-11,  followed by consecutive wins against Valders 25-16, 25-13, Two Rivers 25-9, 25-17.   In the Gold Bracket, the Eagles downed Iowa-Grant 25-17, 23-25, 15-10 and Crivitz 25-15, 20-25, 15-12.  For the day, Kendra Dantoin had 50 kills, 30 digs, 7 blocks, Tehya Bertrand tallied 119 assists, 14 aces, and Jackie Atkins had 49 digs.

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Brewers ace Nelson returns in time for the post season

By Terry Kovarik              

Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Jimmy Nelson, the Brewers' has been released from rehab protocol.  Nelson sustained a shoulder injury that sidelined him for all of the 2018 season.  Nelson is with the team in Denver as the Brewers try and take Game 3 of the National League Division series and move on to the NL Championship series.  Nelson will stay with the team for the rest of the postseason.

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Packers sign Tyler Lancaster, release Darius Jackson

By Terry Kovarik              



The Green Bay Packers signed DL Tyler Lancaster to the active roster from the practice squad and released RB Darius Jackson.  According to Packers.com, the transactions were announced Saturday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

Lancaster, a 6-foot-3, 313-pound rookie, was originally signed by the Packers out of Northwestern on May 4. After being released on Sept 2, he was signed to Green Bay's practice squad on Sept. 3. Lancaster played in 40 games over four seasons, starting the final 39 for Northwestern. 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).

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Brewers go for 3rd win and NLDS title Sunday

By Terry Kovarik              

The Milwaukee Brewers are hoping for 11-straight wins overall and their third against the Colorado Rockies for a chance to advance to the National League Championship series.   The Brewers took game two of the National League Divisional series at Miller Park by shutting out the Rockies 4-0.   Jhoulys Chacin started on the mound for Milwaukee but after the second inning the bullpen took over and had its work cut out for it.    Corey Knebel, Joakim Soria, Josh Hader saw action before Jeremy Jeffress came in and put the game away.  The Brewers can advance to the NLCS with a win Sunday at Coors Field.  Game time is set for 3:37 CDT.

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Rodgers and King taken off of Packers injury list

By Terry Kovarik              

The Packers have removed quarterback Aaron Rodgers and cornerback Kevin King from their injury list.  That means both are likely to see action Sunday on the road at Ford Field against the Detroit Lions.

This marks the first time Rodgers has been off the injury following a knee injury in last month's season opener against the Chicago Bears.

King's return to the active roster comes after he sustained a groin injury against the Vikings in the second week of the season.

Starting receivers Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison are both questionable.

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Spartans shock Wrightstown 21-0 on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans stunned the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers 21-0 on Friday night in a North Eastern Conference game in Luxemburg.  After a scoreless first quarter the Spartans scored on a 2 yard run by Nathan Coisman with 2:52 left in the first half.

 

In the second half the Spartan's defense led by Wyatt Kruse and Nathan Ronsman, who combined for 19 tackles, continued to shutdown Wrightstown vaunted running game.  The Spartans extended their lead to 14-0 in the 3rd quarter on an 11 yard by quarterback Garrit Aissen and put the game away with Coisman's 14 yard touchdown run with 2:24 left in the 4th quarter.

 

Aissen led the Spartans with 75 yards rushing and went 13-20 for 186 yards in passing.  Luxemburg-Casco held Wrightstown (6-1, 7-1 overall) to just 145 yards in total offense and just 30 passing yards.  With the win the Spartans (5-2, 5-3 overall) become playoff eligible and will face Oconto Falls next Friday night on Senior Night in Luxemburg.  The game will be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show and kickoff at 7 pm.

(photos courtesy of Ron LeCloux)



 

https://youtu.be/3lT9OFkYMSg

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Gibraltar captures homecoming victory over Wausaukee 44-28 on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings made sure it was a homecoming game to remember for their seniors as they put the Wausaukee Rangers away late 44-28 on 105.1 The Viking. A year after playing their teachers because of a forfeit, quarterback Trevor Reinhardt made sure the Vikings got off to a fast start with a pair of touchdown passes to Andras Szakala and Adam Reinhardt. After Quentin Unferth scored the Rangers' first touchdown, Alex Laughlin scored the first of his three touchdowns on a 70-yard pass from Reinhardt.  The Rangers made a strong push at the beginning of the second half, scoring three of the next four touchdowns, with the Vikings' Laughlin the only score in the drought. Laughlin would put the game away late with a touchdown through the air and on the ground. The Vikings continued their undefeated season in the conference but will face county rival and fellow undefeated MONLPC contender Sevastopol in Institute next Friday. Brett Kinnard and Tyler Dantoin will have the Sevastopol feed on 104.1 WRLU while Tim Kowols will have the Gibraltar call on 105.1 The Viking. Both broadcasts start at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

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Sevastopol takes care of Gillett on 104.1 FM WRLU

By Brett Kinnard    The Sevastopol Pioneers traveled to Gillett for an episode of Friday night lights. They won the matchup 38-6 in a game they controlled from the start. Spoiling the Tigers homecoming.

They started off with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Stenzel to Krause to open the scoring. They would punch in a three-yard touchdown score from Stenzel to put them up 14-0 at the half.


The Pioneers came out and dominated the second half. They started the scoring off with a Jermey Jorns three-yard touchdown run. Followed by a 20-yard fumble recovery and score by Jaden Sawyer to put the game away. Nathan Stenzel led the way with 260 total yards and two total touchdowns.


Sevastopol will now take on Gibraltar at home next week in a rivalry game. The Door County Medical pregame show will begin at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7. Join Tyler Dantoin and me on 104.1 for the call.







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Southern Door shuts out Sturgeon Bay 55-0 on 102.1 & 103.3 FM

By Nick Freimuth    It was one of the most impressive first half performances by an 11-man football team from Door County in a long time. Southern Door led by Derik LeCaptain and Kyle Daoust shutout Sturgeon Bay on their homecoming 55-0. LeCaptain registered a safety, 196 first-half rushing yards, three touchdowns threw for a two-point conversion and was a perfect 3/3 passing for 43 yards all in the first half. Daoust had five total touchdowns including a pick-six, 107 passing yards, three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown.

 

The Clippers were only able to muster 89 yards of total offense against the Eagles. Sturgeon Bay will travel to Algoma for their season finale on 103.3 FM next week. Southern Door plays at home next Friday night on 102.1 FM WRKU.

 

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Door County bass fishing finishing strong year on the water

By Paul Schmitt    

As the open water fishing on the bay of Green Bay comes to a close, many anglers are reflecting on their successful ventures the past six months.  Professional fishing guide JJ Malvitz says the beauty of Door County fishing is the variety anglers can pursue on the lakeside as well as the bayside.  He says the most pleasant surprise of the summer and fall has been the consistency of the smallmouth bass fishing.



 

Malvitz recommends all anglers to pay attention to the weather conditions this fall if they head out on the water yet this year.  He says also alert someone else of your whereabouts before leaving the dock.

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LC volleyball sweeps Denmark in "Pink Out" game

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls volleyball team defeated the Denmark Vikings 3-0 in North Eastern Conference action Thursday night in Luxemburg.  In the annual "Pink Out" game, that raises awareness of breast cancer and funds for the Ribbon of Hope, the Spartans topped a scrappy Viking team that pushed L-C to the limit in games one and three.  Below are the stats provided by Coach Jeff Frey of Luxemburg-Casco.

Denmark at Luxemburg-Casco

LC 3-0 (25-23, 25-9, 30-28)

LC Stats:

Bekah Day-44 assists
Peyton VandenBush-11 Kills
Hannah Derenne-10 Kills
Amanda Miceli-14 digs

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Sturgeon Bay & L-C Soccer win big on Thursday

By Nick Freimuth   Sturgeon Bay remains undefeated in Packerland Conference Soccer following a 6-1 win over Gibraltar/Sevastopol. The Clippers got the scoring started in the 15th minute with a strong right footed shot by Fletcher Hubbard. Caleb Diller would add a goal one minute later and Owen Stevenson would make it 3-0 two minutes after that. The "Vikineers" did score their lone goal of the game before halftime.

 

Sturgeon Bay would add three more goals in the second half. Carson Dvorack scored two and Nathaniel Greenlaw found the back of the net to cap the scoring at Gibraltar. Addison Benzinger made four saves in goal to preserve the victory.

 

Luxemburg-Casco blanked rival Denmark 10-0 Thursday. Carter Sewell scored an incredible five goals in the win. He assisted on two others. Griffin Geib scored one and added an assist. Anthony Patek, Cody Arendt, Andrew Prevost and Eli Gilley also scored goals. Nathan Johnson assisted on two of those goals. Garrett Zuleger did not have to make a single save in goal as the Spartan defense dominated.

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Sevastopol takes on Gillett on 104.1 FM WRLU

By Brett Kinnard     The Sevastopol Pioneers will travel to Gillett for an episode of Friday night lights. Tune in for pregame with head coach Ron Frank at 6:30 PM with kickoff beginning at the top of the hour. So have your dial set to 104.1 on Friday night as Tyler Dantoin and Brett Kinnard will have the call from Gillett.

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Cardiac Crew wins in 10th inning

By Nick Freimuth    The Milwaukee Brewers won their ninth straight game Thursday. A walk-off RBI single for Mike Moustakas scored Christian Yelich from third base to give 'The Crew' game one 3-2 in the National League Divisional Series. Yelich was responsible for the first two runs as well. He blasted a deep two-run home run to left-center field in the bottom of the third inning. It appeared that home run would be enough for Milwaukee. However, the ninth inning blew up on closer Jeremy Jeffress. He allowed two runs in the top of the ninth but worked his magic to keep Colorado to just two runs in the frame.

 

Game two at Miller Park will be this afternoon at 3:15 PM. Game three will be played in Denver at 3:37 PM, conveniently after the Packers play the Lions at noon.

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Gibraltar looks to snap skid with homecoming tilt versus Wausaukee on 105.1 The Viking

By Tim Kowols       

The Gibraltar Vikings look to get back in the win column for the first time in three weeks when they host the Wausaukee Rangers for their homecoming game on 105.1 The Viking.

For the second week in a row, the Vikings faced a top-flight team on their homecoming as they lost 70-34 to the Oakfield Oaks. Early mistakes put the Vikings into a hole they would not recover from, but Alex Laughlin provided a bright spot for the offense with three touchdowns. The Rangers are coming off a 20-8 victory over Gillett, led by Tyler Grusynski's three touchdowns. It was the Vikings that spoiled Wausaukee's homecoming last year with a 46-30 win behind Trevor Reinhardt's five touchdown pass performance.

Tim Kowols will have the call beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. on 105.1 The Viking and streaming at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

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Homecoming Football Game for Sturgeon Bay Tonight on 103.3 & 102.1 FM

By Nick Freimuth   Sturgeon Bay will host Southern Door at Memorial Field tonight for the Clippers' homecoming football game broadcast on 103.3 FM and 102.1 FM. The Clippers are searching for their first win of the season and Southern Door seems to be peaking at the right time. The Eagles are coming off their biggest win of the season last week a 42-22 victory over Peshtigo.  Sturgeon Bay plays each week on 103.3 FM with Nick Freimuth and Mary Donaldson on the call. Nate Alberts and Dave Neinas will broadcast Southern Door Football for the remainder of the season on 102.1 FM.

 

There will be a special halftime ceremony tonight. The Sturgeon Bay Hall of Fame Committee will be proudly presenting the teams who are now members of the Sturgeon Bay Athletic Hall of Fame. The teams are as follows:



  1. 1993-Division 3 Football State Runner-up




  2. 2001- Division 2 Cross Country State Champion




  3. 2004 Football Division 4 State Champion




  4. 2009-Girl's Swimming and Diving Division 2-State Champion





 

The Door County Medical Center Pre-Game Shows begin at 6:30 PM with kickoff at 7:00 PM on 103.3 and 102.1 FM.

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Spartans host undefeated Wrightstown tonight on WBDK

By Paul Schmitt    

The Luxemburg Casco Spartans will clash with the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers Friday night in a North Eastern Conference football game in Luxemburg.  The Spartans (4-2, 4-3 overall are coming off a 57-0 trouncing of Clintonville while Wrightstown (6-0, 7-0 overall) defeated Marinette 35-8.  A win will make the Spartans playoff-eligible.  It's youth night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex with pregame set for 6:30 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM and kickoff at 7 pm.  Join Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt for the call that will be also streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from last years game in Wrightstown)

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Packers are one of six teams with a winning record this year in the NFC

By Nate LoCascio     The rivalry between the Packers and Lions actually kicked off in 1930 at City Stadium in Green Bay, a 47-13 Packers win. Two seasons later, the teams began a yearly series. Sunday marks meeting No. 178 in the all-time series (including playoffs). The Packers lead the regular-season series, 98-70-7 (.580), and have won both postseason contests the two have played. Green Bay's 98 regular-season wins over the Lions are the most the Packers have against any team. The Packers have won 19 of the last 25 against Detroit and 27 of the last 35 in the series.

 

This Sunday will be the third NFC North contest for Green Bay in the first five weeks of the season. It is the fourth consecutive season that Green Bay has a loss or less through the first four games (3-1 in 2016-17 and 4-0 in 2015). The Packers are one of six teams in the NFC with a record above .500 so far this season (Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins, Carolina Panthers).

 

Green Bay will return home for a Monday Night Football matchup against the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 15 before heading into the bye.

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Packers & Lions initial injury report for week five matchup

By Nick Freimuth    The Packers and Lions have 17 players listed on the initial injury report for their week five matchup. Green Bay has nine players listed including Aaron Rodgers and the top four receiving threats for the Packers (Davante Adams, Randall Cobb, Geronimo Allison and Jimmy Graham). The Lions have eight players listed including former Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang. Here is a look at each team's report following practice on Wednesday:

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Davante Adams, WR - Calf - Limited Participation
Jaire Alexander, CB - Groin - Limited Participation
Geronimo Allison, WR - Concussion - Did Not Participate
Bryan Bulaga, T - Back - Limited Participation
Randall Cobb, WR - Hamstring - Did Not Participate
Jimmy Graham, TE - Knee - Did Not Participate
Kevin King, CB - Groin - Full Participation
Justin McCray, G - Shoulder - Limited Participation
Aaron Rodgers, QB - Knee - Did Not Participate

 

DETROIT LIONS

Ezekiel Ansah, DE - Shoulder - Limited Participation
LeGarrette Blount, RB - Illness - Did Not Participate
Quandre Diggs, DB - Hand - Limited Participation
Eli Harold, LB - Not Injury Related - Did Not Participate
T.J. Lang, G - Concussion - Did Not Participate
Michael Roberts, TE - Knee - Did Not Participate
Tracy Walker, DB - Ankle - Limited Participation
Tavon Wilson, S - Back - Limited Participation

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Local 8-Man Football has Gibraltar and Sevastopol on crash course

By Nick Freimuth    The MONLP Conference for eight-man football is really heating up in Door County. The top two teams in the nine-team conference reside in Northern Door. A perfect conference record of (6-0) has Gibraltar and Sevastopol on a crash course for conference title game next Friday night at Sevastopol. Here is a look at conference standings heading into week eight as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

M-O / NORTHERN LAKES / PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL – 8-PLAYER DIVISION

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST             TIED

Gibraltar                                    6                      0                      0

Sevastopol                                6                      0                      0

Wausaukee                              5                      1                      0

Gillett                                         4                      2                      0

Lena-STAA                               3                      3                      0

NEW Lutheran                          2                      4                      0

Menominee Indian                   2                     5                      0

Oneida Nation                          1                      5                      0

Bowler-Gresham                      0                     7                      0

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Sevastopol/Gibraltar Soccer tops Luxemburg-Casco

By Nick Freimuth    Luxemburg-Casco soccer has a couple former Packerland Conference foes on the schedule within a weeks time. On Tuesday, the Spartans played the co-op team of Sevastopol/Gibraltar and were shutout 3-0. The first goal of the game came in the 54th minute by Conner Thompson. He added another goal just four minutes later. Eduardo Garcia netted the final goal as the icing on the cake for the "Vikineers" in the 64th minute. Luxemburg-Casco keeper Garrett Zuleger made six saves in goal.

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Kewaunee atop MONLP Conference Football Standings

By Nick Freimuth    Kewaunee clinched at least a share of the M&O, Northern Lakes, Packerland Conference Football title last week with their win against Coleman. At (5-0) the Storm has a non-conference game at Tomahawk this Friday night that has no bearing on the conference race. Southern Door and Peshtigo could potentially all see a share of the championship if Kewaunee loses to Peshtigo on the final game of the regular season. Here is a look at the standings heading into week eight of the high school football season as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

M-O / NORTHERN LAKES / PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL - LARGE SCHOOL DIVISION

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST             TIED

Kewaunee                                 5                      0                      0

Southern Door                          3                      1                      0

Peshtigo                                    3                      1                      0

Coleman                                   2                      2                      0

Algoma                                      1                     3                      0

Oconto                                       1                      4                      0

Sturgeon Bay                             0                      4                      0

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High School Volleyball Tuesday night reults

By Nick Freimuth      Sevastopol was swept in three games against Oconto Tuesday. The top team in the Packerland Conference is back to playing some of their best ball of the season. The Blue Devils beat the Pioneers (10-25, 4-25, 17-25). Steph Bemmann tallied five kills and ten digs to lead Sevastopol.

 

Sturgeon Bay beat Kewaunee in four games (25-18, 25-22, 10-25, 25-21). Lauren Alger facilitated the offense with 25 set assists. Katie Frank added 10 set assists. Kasia Klotz notched seven kills, two aces and four blocks. Koko Hartzell managed 11 kills and an impressive nine aces. Hailey DeGrave led the team with 15 kills and four aces. Clippers Coach Stacy Judas said, "This was a nice Homecoming win for our girls. Koko had another great night behind the service line then made her presence felt at the net along with Kasia and Hailey. The third set we lost our serve receive a little, but came back strong in the fourth."

 

Luxemburg-Casco swept Waupaca (25-16, 25-16, 25-16). Bekah Day wracked up 30 assists and three blocks. Cassie Schiltz managed 12 kills, eight digs and five aces. Holly Baierl chipped in nine kills and six blocks. The win moved L-C to (16-16) overall and (5-2) in conference. Spartans Head Coach Jeff Frey said, "Happy to go on the road and get a win, we are focused on stacking success, playing with energy and playing our best volleyball here down the stretch."

 

Photo by Kim Adams

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L-C's Pink Out game Thursday night supports Ribbon of Hope

By Paul Schmitt    

There will be much more than a volleyball match going on Thursday evening at Luxemburg-Casco High School.  The annual "Pink Out" will be held for the tenth year in a row to raise money for the Ribbon of Hope.  The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball program raises funds for the organization that offers financial, informational and emotional resources to patients with breast cancer in Northeastern Wisconsin.  Dawn Hanson of the Spartan Youth Volleyball Association booster club says the response this year has been great in the community.



 

The Pink Out event has raised over $79,000 in the past nine years including a record $17,000 last year.  Luxemburg-Casco will be taking on Denmark with the freshman and JV game beginning at 5:30 Thursday evening followed by the varsity match at 7 pm.

(photo courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball Facebook page)

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Packers & Lions prepping for NFC North showdown

By Nate LoCascio    Games within the division hold extra value so when the (2-1-1) Green Bay Packers travel to the (1-3) Detroit Tigers Sunday, both teams will bring their 'A-Game.' The Packers are 8-4 at Detroit under Head Coach Mike McCarthy, including wins in two of the last three games. Green Bay has an 18-6 mark (.750) against the Lions under McCarthy. Of the 18 wins over Detroit, nine have been decided by 10 points or more, including four by more than 20 points.

 

Four of the last six games between the two have a point differential of seven points or less, with Green Bay winning three of those contests. This is the Packers' earliest visit to Ford Field since playing at Detroit in
Week 3 of 2014.

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Brewers win NL Central

By Brett Kinnard     The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs yesterday 3-1. This clinched them the NL central in game 163. They will now await the winner of the wild card for the NLDS. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump and pitched a gem, considering the moment. The bullpen came in and shut the door on the Cubs.

The Brewers were able to get just enough run support in the game. Christian Yelich had three hits in the game and also drove in a run. Cain and Braun also drove in runs to put the game away for Milwaukee. It was a big step for the organization as a whole.


Milwaukee will now wait and see who they play in the NLDS on Thursday. They will have home field advantage throughout the National League playoffs. It's an awesome time to be a fan of the Brewers.

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Local golf courses show strong business and strong interest from young people

By Terry Kovarik              

Golf remains a popular sport and Door County courses managers say that's evident from this season's sales. Peninsula State Park Golf Course General Manager Jason Daubner says ideal weather conditions drew in golfers. That includes people who are new to golf and tried out their skills on the short course.

 



 

Jack Jackson, Managing Partner of The Orchards at Egg Harbor, is hoping, despite cooler and wetter conditions in the forecast, that this fall's business is as good as a year ago. Jackson says his course has benefited from strong interest from young people.

 



 

Jackson says such interest gives him confidence in golfing's future as a form of recreation.

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Luxemburg Speedway needs new promoters

By Tim Kowols       

The Kewaunee County Promotions and Recreation Department could begin the process of finding a new promoter for the Luxemburg Speedway as soon as the end of the week after the former organizers stepped down on Monday.  In a post on the Luxemburg Speedway Facebook page, Ron Cochrane and Eric Mahlik of Rock Em Entertainment thanked Kewaunee County officials, the fans, drivers, crews, and sponsors for their support during the last three years. According to Kewaunee County Promotions and Recreation Department Director Dave Meyer, the former promoters were up to date on their rent and simply declined to renew their three-year contract. Meyer hopes they can find a new promoter soon.



Rock Em Entertainment took over race promotion in 2016. Mahlik could not be reached for comment as of Monday morning.

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Packerland Conference soccer standings

By Nick Freimuth    Sturgeon Bay has a little breathing room atop the Packerland Conference in varsity soccer. The Clippers hold a two-game lead over Peshtigo in conference.  A win tonight for Sturgeon Bay would clinch at least a share of the conference title. The Clippers have two more games left in the conference season after Monday night's match with N.E.W. Lutheran. Here is a look at the rest of the standings as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

BOYS SOCCER

STANDINGS

SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

 

SCHOOL                                           WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

Sturgeon Bay                                       7                      0                      0                       14

Peshtigo                                                4                      2                      1                       9

NEW Lutheran                                      4                      3                      0                       8

Gibraltar-Sevastopol                          3                      4                      0                       6

Kewaunee                                             2                      5                      0                       4

Algoma                                                  0                      6                      1                       1

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Packerland Conference volleyball standings

By Nick Freimuth    The top four teams in the Packerland Conference in varsity volleyball are separated by just one match. Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, Gibraltar and Oconto are all neck and neck in the race for the conference crown. Oconto has one more win than Sturgeon Bay but each has one loss on the conference season. Here is a look at the full standings heading into games this week s provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

PACKERLAND CONFERENCE

VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS

 

SCHOOL                   WON              LOST             SEASON PTS          TOURNEY PTS       TOTAL PTS

Oconto                            5                      1                              10                                0                                  10

Sturgeon Bay                 4                      1                              8                                  0                                  8

Southern Door               3                      2                              6                                  0                                  6

Gibraltar                         3                      2                              6                                  0                                  6

Algoma                           3                      3                              6                                  0                                  6

Kewaunee                      2                      3                              4                                  0                                  4

NEW Lutheran               2                      3                              4                                  0                                  4

Peshtigo                         2                      4                              4                                  0                                  4

Sevastopol                     0                      5                              0                                  0                                  0

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Brewers set for game 163

By Brett Kinnard    The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Detroit Tigers 11-0 yesterday. This would force a tie for the division lead so they will play a game for the division title on Monday. Gio Gonzalez started on the bump and went five solid innings before turning it over to the bullpen.

The Brewers were able to get plenty of run support in this game. Jesus Aguilar hit a bomb early in the game and Milwaukee never looked back in this one. They will try to keep their hot offense going into Monday's game.


Milwaukee is now tied for the division lead going into Monday. They will take in the Cubs in Chicago at noon for the division title. Brewers have yet to announce their starter for the game.

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Packers J'Mon Moore & Lucas Patrick on Jim Olson Motors Red Zone tonight

By Nick Freimuth    Come celebrate a Packers shutout of the Bills with two Green Bay Packers tonight at Jim Olson Ford on Duluth Avenue in Sturgeon Bay. Broadcast live on 104.1 FM WRLU the weekly Packers talk show celebrates a youth sports team of the week for the first 30 minutes and welcomes two Packers for the final hour. Starting at 5:30 PM tonight Algoma seventh and eighth-grade football will be honored as the WRLU Team of the Week.

 

Packers Lucas Patrick and J'Mon Moore will join us at 6:00 PM. The show is free and open to the community. Nearly one hundred seats are set up every week for you to come with your family and enjoy the program. The players will answer studio audience questions, pose for pictures and sign autographs tonight at Jim Olson Ford.

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