Sports Archives for 2018-12

Packers 2019 Opponents Determined

The Packers will have the 12th overall selection of the 2019 NFL Draft. Following Sunday's 31-0 loss to the Detroit Lions, the Packers finished third in the NFC North in 2018 behind the Bears and Vikings. Their ranking in the division has made the Packers 2019 opponents official. Here is a look at the Packers home and away games as provided by the NFL Monday afternoon:

 

Home:   

 

Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins

 

Away:   

 

Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers

Packers sign ten players

The Green Bay Packers signed tight end Evan Baylis, defensive lineman Eric Cotton, tackle Gerhard de Beer, guard Anthony Coyle, fullback Malcolm Johnson, safety Tray Matthews, wide receiver Teo Redding, linebacker Brady Sheldon, defensive lineman Deon Simon and safety Jason Thompson. The transactions were announced Monday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

All of the players finished the season on the Packers’ practice squad, except for Coyle, who was on practice squad; injured reserve.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling captures second-straight Bi-State title

For a second straight year the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans proved they were the best Division 2 team in Wisconsin and Minnesota during the Bi-State Tournament in LaCrosse over the weekend. Five Spartans received hardware for their efforts, including 152 pound champion Nathan Ronsman. Reece Worachek took 3rd at 170 pounds while Lucas Joniaux (120), Bryce Bosman (138) and Colton Worachek (160) took fourth. The Spartans took fifth overall in the 60-plus team tournament, including team state champion Stratford and Stoughton. By a 214.50-160 advantage, the Spartans topped last year's team state semifinal opponent Gale-Ettrick-Trempeleau/Melrose-Mindoro for the Division 2 crown. Luxemburg-Casco next faces state power Coleman on the road Friday night.

 

 

Bi-State Classic Results for Luxemburg-Casco

106

Hunter Joniaux (16-6) place is unknown and scored 9.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-6 won by fall over Dallas Pagel (DC Everest) 6-4 (Fall 2:52)

Champ. Round 2 - Tyler Kreidemacher (Lewiston-Altura/Rushford-Peterson) 11-4 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-6 (Fall 3:43)

Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-6 won by fall over Max Enderlein (Eastview) 6-9 (Fall 0:26)

Cons. Round 3 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-6 won by major decision over Chase Beckett (Portage) 8-8 (MD 10-0)

Cons. Round 4 - Nolan McKittrick (Royall) 21-3 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-6 (Fall 1:44)

113

Tyler Derenne (11-9) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Josh Frye (Viroqua) 22-3 won by fall over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-9 (Fall 1:03)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-9 won by forfeit over Forfeit Forfeit (Mauston) 0-2 (For.)

Cons. Round 3 - Caleb Pollack (Tomah) 7-9 won by fall over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-9 (Fall 2:18)

120

Lucas Joniaux (24-5) placed 4th and scored 33.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 won by fall over Beau Jelinek (North Crawford/Seneca) 2-4 (Fall 1:02)

Champ. Round 2 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 won by fall over Joey Schreier (La Crescent-Hokah) 8-7 (Fall 0:34)

Champ. Round 3 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 won by fall over Austin Elger (Muskego) 13-5 (Fall 4:13)

Quarterfinal - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 won by decision over Nick Novak (New Prague) 20-1 (Dec 4-3)

Semifinal - Jon Bailey (Sparta) 19-0 won by decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 (Dec 8-6)

Cons. Semi - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 won by decision over Dawson Lambert (Tomah) 17-2 (Dec 3-0)

3rd Place Match - Nick Novak (New Prague) 20-1 won by decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-5 (Dec 9-4)

126

Luke Shefchik (8-13) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Seth Goetzinger (Chatfield) 8-3 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 8-13 (Dec 6-2)

Cons. Round 1 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 8-13 won by fall over Darien Strait (Kickapoo/La Farge/Youth Initiative) 8-7 (Fall 2:39)

Cons. Round 2 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 8-13 won by decision over Dustin Bergman (Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee) 10-6 (Dec 6-4)

Cons. Round 3 - Keeghan Kjos (River Valley) 12-9 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 8-13 (Dec 5-0)

132

Tristan Thiry (6-6) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-6 won by fall over Dylan Roen (Dodgeville) 2-12 (Fall 1:31)

Champ. Round 2 - Maddox O`Reilly (Goodhue) 14-5 won by fall over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-6 (Fall 0:47)

Cons. Round 2 - Kyle Gerold (Holmen) 4-5 won by decision over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-6 (Dec 9-4)

138

Bryce Bosman (20-4) placed 4th and scored 33.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 won by fall over Carson Morken (Goodhue) 5-10 (Fall 0:36)

Champ. Round 2 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 won by major decision over Alex Burdi (Eastview) 7-5 (MD 11-2)

Champ. Round 3 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 won by major decision over Jacob Heiden (Stratford) 12-5 (MD 14-2)

Quarterfinal - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 won by fall over Parker Bevilacqua (Muskego) 9-5 (Fall 2:34)

Semifinal - Dalton Schams (West Salem/Bangor) 17-2 won in sudden victory - 1 over Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 (SV-1 4-2)

Cons. Semi - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 won by decision over Craig Elsen (Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards) 16-3 (Dec 6-3)

3rd Place Match - Trey Kruse (Stillwater) 14-4 won by decision over Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 20-4 (Dec 4-2)

145

Isaac Blohowiak (11-10) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-10 won by fall over Payton Nielsen (Belmont/Platteville) 3-4 (Fall 1:45)

Champ. Round 2 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-10 won by decision over Zach Potter (Lodi) 12-5 (Dec 6-4)

Champ. Round 3 - Devan Alt (River Valley) 16-9 won by major decision over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-10 (MD 9-1)

Cons. Round 4 - Austin Mowery (Westby) 15-6 won by fall over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-10 (Fall 1:51)

152

Nathan Ronsman (25-2) placed 1st and scored 44.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won by tech fall over David Aragon (West Allis Central) 8-8 (TF-1.5 3:53 (16-0))

Champ. Round 2 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won by tech fall over Carter Bornholdt (New Prague) 2-5 (TF-1.5 4:36 (15-0))

Champ. Round 3 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won by decision over Bradyn Saint (Prairie du Chien) 15-4 (Dec 10-5)

Quarterfinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won by major decision over Mac Wilson (Hastings) 18-7 (MD 10-1)

Semifinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Clayton Whiting (Oconto Falls) 21-3 (UTB 4-4)

1st Place Match - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-2 won by decision over Nolan Hertel (Marshfield) 23-1 (Dec 3-1)

160

Colton Worachek (22-5) placed 4th and scored 30.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 won by fall over Evan Palamaruk (Royall) 1-6 (Fall 0:22)

Champ. Round 2 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 won by major decision over Isaiah Heil (Medford) 9-8 (MD 13-3)

Champ. Round 3 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 won by decision over Colton Clary (Ithaca/Weston) 9-3 (Dec 8-3)

Quarterfinal - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 won by decision over Tyler Soltau (Zumbrota-Mazeppa) 13-7 (Dec 6-5)

Semifinal - Cade Spilde (Stoughton) 21-3 won by decision over Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 (Dec 5-3)

Cons. Semi - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 won by decision over Aden Elsen (Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards) 14-5 (Dec 3-2)

3rd Place Match - Kelby O`Reilly (Goodhue) 18-3 won by fall over Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 22-5 (Fall 4:24)

170

Reece Worachek (25-4) placed 3rd and scored 34.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won by fall over Justin Wiggins (West Salem/Bangor) 1-10 (Fall 1:38)

Champ. Round 2 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won by tech fall over Remington Lockwood (Middleton) 10-6 (TF-1.5 4:45 (19-4))

Champ. Round 3 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won by decision over Davontae Goldsmith (Chatfield) 8-5 (Dec 6-0)

Quarterfinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won by fall over Tyler Smock (Prairie du Chien) 13-8 (Fall 3:24)

Semifinal - Kalyn Jahn (Holmen) 23-2 won by decision over Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 (Dec 2-1)

Cons. Semi - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won by decision over Corbin Leflay (Hastings) 16-4 (Dec 5-0)

3rd Place Match - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-4 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Kaleb O`Reilly (Goodhue) 17-2 (UTB 3-2)

195

Joseph Chervenka (5-11) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Orion Boe (DC Everest) 12-4 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-11 (Fall 0:49)

Cons. Round 1 - Hayden Jelinek (Richland Center) 7-12 won by decision over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-11 (Dec 10-6)

220

Travis LeGrave (15-9) place is unknown and scored 12.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by fall over Tyler Heinz (North Crawford/Seneca) 4-6 (Fall 1:55)

Champ. Round 2 - Kodee O`Reilly (Goodhue) 16-3 won by decision over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 (Dec 9-6)

Cons. Round 2 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by fall over Mitchell Lane (Lodi) 11-8 (Fall 0:58)

Cons. Round 3 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by fall over Ben Gust (Marshfield) 16-6 (Fall 2:54)

Cons. Round 4 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by major decision over Gavin Adler (Middleton) 14-3 (MD 17-3)

Cons. Round 5 - Godswill Pepple (Hastings) 21-7 won by decision over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 (Dec 10-9)

285

Kyle Kroll (12-10) place is unknown and scored 2.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-10 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Mitchell Gore (Athens) 12-3 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-10 (Dec 7-6)

Cons. Round 2 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-10 won by decision over Trey Lexvold (Zumbrota-Mazeppa) 1-6 (Dec 4-1)

Cons. Round 3 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-10 won by decision over Kellen Stewart (Eastview) 5-7 (Dec 3-2)

Cons. Round 4 - Shea Albrecht (Orono) 13-8 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-10 (Dec 6-3)

Jorns takes second in Lourdes On the Water Tournament

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns took second place in the Lourdes Academy On the Water Tournament over the weekend, making him the top overall area wrestler at the annual event in Oshkosh. Jorns had two pins en route to the championship match at 182 pounds before losing a tight match to Edgar's Brock Handrick 5-3 for his first blemish of the season. Peyton Hurth (132) and Nick West (285) also secured victories for the team.

 

For Southern Door, Grant Englebert was the top finisher for the team at 152 pounds, taking 12th. Griffin Slezewski, Drew Price, Kyle Conard and Austin Falish also collected wins during the tournament. 

 

2018 Lourdes OTW Wrestling Classic Results for Southern Door

106

Austin Farley (5-11) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Zack Williams (North Fond du Lac) 10-7 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-11 (Fall 2:40)

Cons. Round 1 - Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-11 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Mark Szombathelyi (Random Lake) 10-7 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-11 (Fall 0:14)

113

Austin Falish (10-9) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Mathew Gaboury-Gorges (Wautoma/Wild Rose) 6-8 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 10-9 (Fall 3:34)

Cons. Round 1 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 10-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 10-9 won by fall over Mason Fritsche (Watertown) 3-8 (Fall 0:00)

Cons. Round 3 - Evan Jobe (Grafton) 14-7 won by decision over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 10-9 (Dec 11-4)

120

Dylan Wessel (4-8) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Camron Dammann (Pittsville) 11-7 won by fall over Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 4-8 (Fall 1:07)

Cons. Round 1 - Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 4-8 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Walker Wichman (Watertown) 17-10 won by fall over Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 4-8 (Fall 1:46)

126

Kyle Conard (7-12) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Logan Edwards (Antigo) 13-10 won by fall over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 7-12 (Fall 2:43)

Cons. Round 1 - Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 7-12 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 7-12 won by fall over Gavin Coshenet (Winneconne) 11-9 (Fall 4:26)

Cons. Round 3 - Alec Ukkola (West De Pere) 13-10 won by decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 7-12 (Dec 7-3)

132

Griffin Slezewski (9-11) place is unknown and scored 5.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 9-11 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 (Dec 7-1)

Champ. Round 2 - Edward Wilkowski (Watertown) 23-4 won by tech fall over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 9-11 (TF-1.5 3:41 (19-3))

Cons. Round 2 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 9-11 won by fall over Kai Napralla (Cedarburg) 2-3 (Fall 1:43)

Cons. Round 3 - Alex Sino (West Allis Nathan Hale) 29-6 won by major decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 9-11 (MD 8-0)

138

Drew DeFere (3-7) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ike Grahl (Campbellsport) 4-4 won by fall over Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 3-7 (Fall 3:59)

Cons. Round 1 - Alex Parkin (Lourdes Academy) 2-7 won by fall over Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 3-7 (Fall 2:33)

145

Drew Price (5-4) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Drew Price (Southern Door) 5-4 won by fall over Hadden Beil (Chilton/Hilbert) 4-7 (Fall 1:23)

Champ. Round 2 - Casey Dykstra (Princeton) 12-5 won by fall over Drew Price (Southern Door) 5-4 (Fall 4:38)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Mudd (West De Pere) 8-12 won by fall over Drew Price (Southern Door) 5-4 (Fall 2:22)

152

Grant Englebert (16-8) placed 12th and scored 12.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 won by fall over Matt Maser (Manitowoc Lincoln) 6-12 (Fall 0:30)

Champ. Round 2 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 won in sudden victory - 1 over Josiah Streblow (Fond Du Lac) 16-6 (SV-1 11-7)

Champ. Round 3 - Aiden Vandenbush (Random Lake) 19-0 won by tech fall over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 (TF-1.5 5:01 (17-2))

Cons. Round 4 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 won by fall over Landon Leonard (Laconia) 10-2 (Fall 2:12)

Cons. Round 5 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 won by decision over Mason Haas (Amherst) 10-4 (Dec 5-2)

Cons. Round 6 - Nick Logan (Watertown) 22-6 won by major decision over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 (MD 8-0)

Cons. Round 7 - Josiah Streblow (Fond Du Lac) 16-6 won by decision over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 (Dec 5-2)

11th Place Match - Jake Bernarde (Slinger) 19-7 won by injury default over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 16-8 (Inj. 4:26)

195

Riley Phillips (1-11) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Alex Hansen (Andrew High School) 14-9 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-11 (Fall 0:35)

Cons. Round 1 - Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-11 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Brendan Shannon (Sun Prairie) 11-7 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-11 (Fall 0:56)

220

Brodie Overbeck (2-9) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Caleb Bouton (Mosinee) 7-12 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-9 (Fall 0:56)

Cons. Round 1 - Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Cole Flaherty (Chilton/Hilbert) 3-5 won by tech fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-9 (TF-1.5 4:02 (18-2))

 

2018 Lourdes OTW Wrestling Classic Results for Sturgeon Bay

132

Peyton Hurth (11-9) place is unknown and scored 9.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 9-11 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 (Dec 7-1)

Cons. Round 1 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 won by fall over Gustavo Soto (Green Bay United) 9-9 (Fall 2:37)

Cons. Round 3 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 won by medical forfeit over Jed Defillipo (Wilmot Union) 2-2 (M. For.)

Cons. Round 4 - Cade Heisdorf (Campbellsport) 10-5 won by fall over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 11-9 (Fall 4:22)

138

David Condra (5-12) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Matthew Schallhorn (Oshkosh North) 8-8 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-12 (Fall 5:25)

Cons. Round 1 - Damien Pomeranke (Waupaca) 5-19 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-12 (Fall 1:53)

182

Jeremy Jorns (20-1) placed 2nd and scored 41.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 won by fall over Josh Deblaey (Green Bay Preble) 11-11 (Fall 3:09)

Champ. Round 3 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 won by major decision over Zach Moore (Princeton) 12-6 (MD 18-4)

Quarterfinal - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 won by fall over Dominic Ford (Racine Park) 5-6 (Fall 2:35)

Semifinal - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 won by decision over Braelon Allen (Fond Du Lac) 16-4 (Dec 6-4)

1st Place Match - Brock Handrick (Edgar) 17-1 won by decision over Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 20-1 (Dec 5-3)

285

Nicholas West (10-7) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Caleb Letson (Neenah) 2-2 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-7 (Fall 2:36)

Cons. Round 1 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Jared Neill (Lomira) 14-8 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-7 (Fall 1:00)

Packers look rough in loss to Lions

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense was only able to muster 13 yards of total offense in the first quarter. It was indicative of the way the entire day would go for Green Bay in a 31-0 loss to the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field Sunday.

 

The Packers quarterback would be knocked out of the game in the second quarter with a concussion. Backup DeShone Kizer looked about as good as he did the last time he saw significant playing time against the Chicago Bears in week 1. Kizer was unable to get the Packers on the scoreboard.

 

It was the fourth consecutive time Detroit beat the Packers. The Lions are the only team in the NFC North to sweep the Packers this year.

 

77,341 was the paid attendance for the regular season finale at Lambeau Field Sunday.

 

Green Bay ends the 2018 season (6-9-1).

Kewaunee wrestling is family affair

The Kewaunee High School wrestling coach is happy there are no nepotism rules in high school athletics. Head Coach Dan Steinhorst is coaching five of his cousins this season. In his 6th season as the head coach of Kewaunee wrestling, this is the first year that he hasn’t had one of his brothers wrestling for him. Steinhorst says he certainly doesn’t give his family any special treatment and actually may coach them harder than the rest of the team. The five cousins on the team are Logan Steinhorst, Dylan Steinhorst, Travis Reinke, Jason Reinke, and Paul Wery. Coach Steinhorst says that he’s impressed with Paul Wery’s improvement over the course of this season.

 

 

Kewaunee will return to the mat on January 3rd at home against Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol after having two weeks off for winter break. 

Outsiders keeping Luxemburg-Casco girls fresh

The head coach of the Luxemburg-Casco girls basketball team wanted to keep his team fresh after ending the first half of the season on a three-game winning streak. The Spartans beat Denmark 77-24 against Denmark on December 21st and don’t play again until January 3rd, almost two full weeks of no games. So Head Coach Jeff Jodar has had a few practices since then to help keep his team fresh. On Friday the 29th, they practiced with some former LC basketball alumni. Coach Jodar says they were former boys’ players and they practiced really hard against the team.

 

 

The LC girls will also practice twice more before their game on Thursday, January 3rd against Oconto Falls at home. 

Luxemburg-Casco boys enjoying turnaround season

For the Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball team it's been a great start to this season. They have already almost matched last season's win total at 5-2 and 3-2 in North Eastern Conference play. Head Coach Tyler Thrune is thrilled with how many players have progressed from last season to this. Thrune says there is a lot more leadership this year.

 

 

Having eight seniors on the team with previous playing experience means that Coach Thrune is able to have a ten man rotation. Other schools may only play six or seven players in a game. Thrune believes it's the team's biggest strength.

 

 

Coach Thrune would like to see his team take better care of the basketball as the Spartans are committing over 16 turnovers per game so far. He has faith they can overcome that.

 

LC will come back from the winter break with a non-conference matchup at Southern Door on January 3rd, which will be broadcasted on 96.7 FM WBDK with the pregame show starting at 7:00 PM, tip-off at 7:15 PM.

 

UW Green Bay women win

The UW Green Bay women’s basketball team knocked off Milwaukee by a 76-62 final. They’ll play Wright State on January 3rd.

Friday high school basketball recap

Girls Basketball:

Southern Door win consolation game

The Southern Door girls basketball team played in the Oostburg Holiday Tournament on Friday. The Eagles were able to bounce back after losing the first game of the tournament to Oostburg by game defeating Sheboygan South 67-47.

 

Sturgeon Bay falls to Chilton

The Sturgeon Bay girls lost to Chilton at home by a final score of 56-33. Sarah Bridenhagen led the Clippers with 18 points.

 

Algoma loses against Ashwaubenon

The Algoma girls lost to Ashwaubenon by a final of 45-27. Algoma will play next at Southern Door on Friday, January 4th.

 

Boys Basketball:

Sevastopol wins tournament

Sevastopol knocked off Stockbridge to win the Lena High School Tournament. The final score was 77-62.

 

Southern Door wins

Southern Door continued their strong season with a non-conference victory over Sheboygan Falls at home 64-58.

Coaching sons and daughters can be rewarding challenge

An Algoma basketball coach is learning that it can be a challenge to coach your own son or daughter. Algoma boys basketball head coach Cory Zimmerman is finding that out this season. His son Carter is a freshman on the team. Coach Zimmerman always has on his mind whether he is treating Carter differently than the other boys on the team. The coach doesn't think it has been an issue this year. He thinks the kids are more focused on trying to get better. Coach Zimmerman says once he and his son pull into the driveway after a practice or game, they stop being coach and player and become father and son. 

 

 

Kewaunee girls basketball head coach Lynn Geier coached two of her daughters and she called the experience challenging but rewarding. Coach Geier told a story of how after a tough loss, she told the team she didn't want to see the team until they were ready to compete again. Geier's daughter Nicole decided to pack her bags to stay with another teammate. 
 

 

Geier added the moment strengthened their relationship as a coach-player and as a mother-daughter. 

Packers & Lions play out the season Sunday at Lambeau Field

The game has no significance in terms of the postseason. However, the Lions and Packers have too much history for this not to be a hard fought game at noon on Sunday. 

 

At (6-8-1), Green Bay hosts the (5-10) Detroit Lions for the regular season finale. Green Bay will close out the regular season against Detroit for the third straight year and the fourth time in the last five seasons.

 

Including a 1994 playoff victory, the Packers are 25-2 against the Lions in the state of Wisconsin since 1992. Green Bay has a 27-10 overall mark (.730) against Detroit since 2000, a .730 winning percentage that ranks No. 1 among NFL teams that have played the Lions 10-plus times over that span, according to profootball-reference.com. The Packers have a 16-2 home record (.889) against Detroit since 2000. It is the first December meeting in Green Bay between the two since a 30-20 Green Bay victory in Week 17 of the 2014 season.

 

With quarterback Aaron Rodgers as the starter, the Packers are 6-2 in Week 17 games, including 3-0 against Detroit. Rodgers has recorded a passer rating of 115.0-plus in five of the eight Week 17 games he has started (126.0, 139.6, 131.8, 117.1, 132.2). Dating back to 2008, Rodgers has thrown for 18 touchdowns and just four interceptions in Week 17 games with a passer rating of 111.0 that ranks No. 1 in the NFL among active quarterbacks (min. 150 pass att.) over that span (according to pro-football-reference.com).

 

The Packers are 2-1 under Interim Head Coach Joe Philbin. In Week 16, Green Bay came back from 15 points down in the fourth quarter to defeat the New York Jets. It is the first time in team history that the Packers have come from 15-plus points down in the fourth quarter in two games in a season (Week 1 vs. Chicago), according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Last week, Green Bay totaled 35 first downs, the second most in a game in franchise history behind only the 37 at Philadelphia on Nov. 11, 1962.

 

Six of the Packers’ eight losses this season have been by eight points or less, including three by three or fewer points.

Boys Basketball teams start Holiday Break Games

Sevastopol boys basketball lit up the scoreboard Thursday against Lena 65-44. A confidence building win for the team saw Robby Pollman hit five 3's en route to a game-high 23 points. Brent Haberli filled up the box score as well with 17 points. Vidal Rosales had his best game of the season with 12 hard earned points in the paint. 

 

 

Sturgeon Bay was again on the losing end of their non-conference game. A year that started with high expectations is quickly sliding away from the Clippers following a 58-47 loss to Shiocton. Only five Sturgeon Bay players scored and their top two scorers on the season were held to 11 points apiece in Mitch Jackson and Carson Talbert. Jake Schneider was the team's leading scorer with 13 points.

Area basketball teams play last games of 2018

Several local basketball teams will squeeze their final games of 2018 in on Friday.

 

The Sevastopol boys and the Southern Door girls will wrap up their tournaments in Lena and Oostburg respectively.

 

The Sturgeon Bay girls will host a 1 p.m. matinee against Chilton while Algoma will wait until a 7:30 p.m. tip to host Ashwaubenon.

 

The Southern Door boys are also in action tonight when they play at home against non-conference foe Sheboygan Falls at 7:30.

 

  

Local wrestlers prepare for big tournaments

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and Luxemburg-Casco are among the over 120 teams participating in two of the state's biggest tournaments this weekend. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco will look to repeat as Division 2 champions at the Bi-State Classic held at the LaCrosse Center Friday and Saturday. The Spartans had eight wrestlers place in the top 12 at the 68-team tournament, including a championship at 126 pounds for Bryce Bosman. The tournament, which begins at 9:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, pits some of the best teams from Wisconsin and Minnesota against each other.

 

Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol head south to battle on the mat at UW-Oshkosh for the On the Water Classic hosted by the Lourdes Academy. In the 64-team tourney, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns led the way with a 6th place finish in last year's edition while Southern Door's Griffin Slezewski was the most successful for his team, reaching the fifth consolation round before bowing out.  Wrestling begins in Oshkosh at 9:30 a.m.

Badgers deliver beatdown in the Bronx

The Wisconsin Badgers knocked their last game of 2018 out of the park Thursday, beating the Miami Hurricanes 35-3 in the Pinstripe Bowl held at Yankee Stadium. Running back Jonathan Taylor showed why he was one of the top players in the country, rushing for 205 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Quarterback Jack Coan threw for one touchdown and ran in another in his fourth start of the season. The Badgers defense once again victimized quarterback Malik Rosier, forcing him to throw three interceptions while holding him to less than 50 yards. When combined with last year's Badgers/Hurricanes matchup in the Orange Bowl, Rosier has thrown eight interceptions against Wisconsin compared to one touchdown. 

 

The victory concludes an up and down season for the Badgers with an 8-5 record. Their next game will not be until August 31st when the Badgers open the season at South Florida. 

Kewaunee wrestling hopes for second half surge

The Kewaunee High School wrestling team this year has been decimated by injuries. The team hopes to get the injured wrestlers back soon. In the last 3 events the Storm have only had nine or ten wrestlers competing. The team is also very young with most of the wrestlers being freshmen and sophomores. Head Coach Dan Steinhorst is expecting an improvement after the winter break with the young wrestlers getting better and the injured ones coming back. The star of the team is Jack Severin who is 17-0 on the season and 42-4 in his career. Coach Steinhorst explains how Severin is so good.

 

 

The Storm will come back from break on January 3rd to take on Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol at home at 7:00 PM. 

Jim Olson Motors Red Zone Finishes 2018 Season on High Note

The eighth year of weekly Green Bay Packers talk shows in Door County came to an end Wednesday night. Door County Club Volleyball was honored as the WRLU Team of the Week as Packers Lucas Patrick and Danny Vitale were on hand to celebrate the team's accomplishments.

 

Coaches Ann Ploor, Katie Grooters, Marnie Ostrand and Mary Volkmann led off the program followed by all of the student-athletes that participate in Door County Club Volleyball. 

 

The show would not be possible without Jim Olson Motors support of local youth athletics and this community. A special thanks to Tim's Sports Cards and NASCAR Diecasts of New Franken for being on hand every week of the program. Our weekly Packers guests enjoyed a great meal from Sonny's Italian Kitchen and Pizzeria following each show. Special guest considerations were made possible by Door County Charters, JJ's Guide Service, White Birch Inn and Virlee Gunworks.

Tournaments mark return of high school basketball

After a couple days off for Christmas, area basketball teams will head back to the hardwood Thursday at tournaments across the state. 

 

In girls' basketball, Southern Door travels to Oostburg to take on the tournament's host, Sheboygan South, and Xavier.

 

Boys' basketball action has Sevastopol heading to Lena to battle the tournament's host, Valley Christian, and Stockbridge. Sturgeon Bay will travel to Shiocton for 6:30 p.m tip.

 

Both tournaments conclude on Friday. 

 

  

Badgers look to end season on high note at Pinstripe Bowl

It is not the bowl game experts thought the Wisconsin Badgers would be playing in at the beginning of the season, but they have a chance to still end their season with a win at the Pinstripe Bowl in New York City against the Miami Hurricanes. The Badgers entered the season ranked fourth in the AP Poll, even garnering a first-place vote in the process. A home loss to BYU and a near-.500 Big Ten slate pushed their bowl hopes to Yankee Stadium for the ninth edition of the Pinstripe Bowl. It was announced earlier this week that Jack Coan would make the start for the Badgers after Alex Hornibrook was ruled out due to a lingering concussion. Coan's fifth game of the season officially burns the redshirt the Badgers had hoped would still be available to the freshman quarterback. The Hurricanes have seen their own issues this season, opening the year in the top 10 in the polls only to post a 7-5 record as well. 

 

The Pinstripe Bowl kicks off this afternoon at 4:15 p.m.

From Southern Door to the Big 10

A Southern Door High School football player is the latest local Division I athlete. Derik LeCaptain just finished his senior season at Southern Door by rushing for over 2,100 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also had 109 total tackles, 4 forced fumbles, and 4 interceptions. His defensive prowess has led him to be a preferred walk-on for the University of Minnesota football team starting next season where he will be playing linebacker. LeCaptain says he has always appreciated the support that he's gotten from the community.

 

 

LeCaptain said he chose Minnesota over University of South Dakota and University of Wisconsin. There was something about Minnesota that him feel most comfortable there.

 

 

LeCaptain is also a starter on Southern Door's record-breaking basketball team where he averages almost 17 points per game.

Kewaunee boys looking to build on last game

The Kewaunee boys basketball team could have been feeling a lot different headed into their winter break. The last game before the break was a comeback 67-66 win over Green Bay NEW Lutheran. The Storm trailed by seven at the half but were able to come back and get over .500 overall and in Packerland play. Head Coach Luke Neitzel was very proud of how his team persevered. 


 


The comeback was led by senior guard Alex Hewitt and junior guard Ryan Carmichael. Hewitt had 24 points while Carmichael had 22. The Storm sit at 5-4 overall and 3-2 in the conference which feels a lot better than being under that .500 mark. Kewaunee is now tied for third in the Packerland with Oconto. Coach Neitzel says that if his team can improve their defensive play they'll reach their highest potential.

 


Kewaunee will return from break playing and try to break their third-place tie at Oconto on January 7th, tip-off at 7:30 PM. 

 

2018 Season Finale of Jim Olson Motors Red Zone Tonight

The eighth season of the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone comes to an end tonight when Packers Lucas Patrick and Danny Vitale close out another year of great shows. Starting at 4:30 PM, Door County Club Volleyball will be honored as the WRLU Team of the Week. 

 

Then at 5:00 PM, our Packers guests will join us at Jim Olson Ford. All of the youth volleyball players will get a chance to be on the radio tonight and many will get to interact live with the Packers on the air. 

 

The show is free and open to the public and runs until 6:00 PM.

Packerland Conference Boys Basketball Standings

Southern Door boys basketball has been on the top of the Packerland Conference for nearly half a decade. A record win streak against conference foes has the Eagles feeling pretty good about their chances of a fifth consecutive conference title this season. At (5-0) Coach Derik Hawkey and his veteran core of players have their eyes set on a conference crown and more. Here is a look at league standings as provided by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Southern Door                           5                      0                     

Peshtigo                                     4                      1

Oconto                                        3                      2     

Kewaunee                                  3                      2     

NEW Lutheran                           3                      3          

Sturgeon Bay                              3                      3     

Gibraltar                                     2                      2

Algoma                                       0                      5     

Sevastopol                                 0                      5     

Packerland Conference Girls Basketball Standings

The Packerland Conference girls basketball standings are extremely tight with the top four teams separated by just two games. Kewaunee is the lone undefeated squad in the conference. Algoma and Southern Door each have just one loss and don't count Gibraltar out with two losses on the season. The race for the conference title is far from over with some great games coming up after the holiday break including Algoma at Southern Door next Friday. 

 

Here is a look at the current standings as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Kewaunee                                 6                      0

Algoma                                      5                      1

Southern Door                          5                      1 

Gibraltar                                    4                      2

Peshtigo                                    3                      3

NEW Lutheran                          2                      4

Oconto                                       2                      5

Sturgeon Bay                             1                      6         

Sevastopol                                0                      6 

Height making a difference on court for Kewaunee girls

The Kewaunee girls basketball team is off to a sensational start to the 2018-2019 season thanks to the height and talent of the players. The Storm is undefeated at 9-0 and has handed Southern Door and Algoma their only conference losses on the season. Both of those games were on the road for Kewaunee. There are six players on the team who are 5'9" or taller so they're really able to attack the paint on offense and defend it on defense. One of those tall players is Sara Dax (6'0"), who is the only senior on the team. She leads the team in points per game (20), rebounds per game (7), and assists per game (3). Head Coach Lynn Geier says Dax can do it all.

 

 

Coach Geier has also been impressed with Sara's leadership this season. During winter the break, the Storm girls will have a couple of practices before their first game back on Friday, January 4th at Peshtigo. 

Packers top Jets in Overtime

Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a 44-38 overtime victory over the Jets in New York Sunday afternoon. The 'Leader of the Pack' finished 37/55 passing for 442 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a quarterback rating of 81.3. Rodgers added two rushing touchdowns as well. 

 

Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold finished with a better QBR at 84.3, Darnold was 24/35 passing for 341 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. 

 

Jamaal Williams led the Packers ground attack. He carried the ball 15 times for 95 yards. Davante Adams caught a remarkable 11 balls for 71 yards. Equanimeous St. Brown led the team in receiving yards with five catches for 94 yards. Marquez Valdes-Scantling hauled in five targets for 75 yards.

 

Green Bay will finish out the season at home against Detroit this Sunday at noon.

 

The Jim Olson Motors Red Zone will feature Danny Vitale and Lucas Patrick Wednesday from 4:30 - 6:00 PM with DC Club Volleyball as the WRLU Team of the Week.

High school athletics off until Thursday

Area high school teams will have a few days off for the Christmas holiday before getting back to competitions on Thursday.

 

Southern Door and Sevastopol girls' basketball will participate in two different holiday tournaments. The Eagles will travel to Oostburg to face Sheboygan South, Xavier, and host Oostburg. The Pioneers travel to Lena to face Stockbridge, Lena, and Valley Christian. 

 

In boys' basketball, Sturgeon Bay makes the trip to Shiocton for 6:30 p.m. tilt. 

Bucks head to New York for Christmas

For the first time since 1977, Santa is not the only one getting deer attention on Christmas. The Milwaukee Bucks play on Christmas Day this year against the New York Knicks in the annual nationally televised holiday showcase of NBA basketball. The Bucks enter the Tuesday morning matchup at the Madison Square Garden second in the Eastern Conference after losing to the Miami Heat Saturday 94-87, The Knicks are sitting in 14th place in the East, losing to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday 114-107. The Bucks and Knicks battle at 11 a.m. on ESPN. 

Brewers look to keep pace with NL Central moves

The rest of the National League Central is making sure the Milwaukee Brewers know the target is on them this offseason. The Brewers made a move on Friday to acquire left-handed hitting outfielder Ben Gamel and Minor League reliever Noah Zavolas in exchange for Domingo Santana. The move was overshadowed by two other moves by their NL Central foes. The Cincinnati Reds received outfielders Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp, and starting pitcher Alex Wood in exchange for pitcher Homer Bailey and two prospects in a move viewed largely as a salary dump for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The St. Louis Cardinals followed their signing of first baseman Paul Goldschmidt earlier this month with the signing of ace reliever Andrew Miller. The Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs also made moves to acquire more pitching, picking up Jordan Lyles and Kendall Graveman respectively.

 

There are sure to be more moves made by five NL Central teams before pitchers and catchers report February 13th. 

UW-Green Bay Men fall to Evansville

UW-Green Bay couldn’t hold a two-point halftime lead in Evansville yesterday losing 80-75. Kameron Hankerson gave the Phoenix a spark off the bench, leading the team with 18 points. The Purple Aces were led by K.J. Riley with 24 points.

 

UW-Green Bay has now lost three games in a row and is now 6-7 overall. They play their first conference game of the season on Saturday at Milwaukee, tip-off at 7:00 PM

Bucks lose in Miami

The Milwaukee Bucks lost in Miami to the Heat 94-87 last night. Giannis Antetokounmpo was held to only 9 points. Josh Richardson had 16 points for the Heat. Khris Middleton led all scorers with 18 points.

 

The loss dropped the Bucks to 22-10 on the season, still good for 2nd in the Eastern Conference. Their next game is on Christmas Day at Madison Square Garden against the Knicks. That game will start at 11:00 AM.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling regaining momentum after rocky start

It’s hard to live up to the hype set by the community following a state championship season, but after a rocky start, the Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team is picking up steam heading into 2019. Following a season-opening 40-15 defeat at the hands of Wrightstown, the Spartans have recovered and have since beat other strong teams such as Little Chute and Denmark. The team has also looked convincing at several tournaments, including the Minnesota Christmas Tournament last week. Head coach Chas Treml said some of the younger members of the team have contributed most to the upswing, especially in the upper weight classes.

 

 

The Spartans have one more tournament in 2018, the BiState Classic, before heading into 2019 with a match against Coleman on January 4th.

Spartan girls run away from Denmark 77-24 on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls cruised to an easy 77-24 road victory over the Denmark Vikings on 96.7FM WBDK.

 

Luxemburg-Casco (6-1, 7-3 overall) used full court pressure defense early in the first half to force turnovers and convert easy baskets on the offensive end.  Cassie Schiltz led the Spartans scoring 21 of her game high 26 points in the first half.  The Spartans took a commanding 46-12 lead into halftime. 

 

Jenna Jorgenson and Lauren Adams added 11 points for L-C as the Spartans claimed the easy victory in their first game at the new Denmark High School Fieldhouse.

 

The next Spartan girls’ basketball game broadcast on WBDK 96.7FM will be Friday, January 18 at home against Little Chute.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 7:00 p.m. with the pregame show and tip-off at 7:15 p.m.  Game audio can also be streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

 

The next L-C Spartan boys game broadcast on WBDK will be Thursday, January 3 at Southern Door.

Packers Vs. Jets Preview

The (5-8-1) Green Bay Packers play in New York Sunday against the (4-10) Jets. The noon kickoff is one of the least anticipated week 16 games for the Packers in memory.

 

It will be the third December game at the Jets in team history (1981, 2002). The Packers have won two straight over the Jets, including their last road game, a 9-0 victory in 2010. It was Green Bay’s first victory at the Jets, having lost the previous four, and the last road shutout by the Packers.

 

Three of the last four games at the Jets have been decided by single digits, including one game that went to overtime. This will be the fifth time Green Bay has played at MetLife Stadium and just the second time against the Jets. Overall, the Packers are 2-2 at the venue.

 

The Packers last played at MetLife Stadium against the New York Giants in 2013. With QB Aaron Rodgers as the starter, Green Bay is 2-1 at MetLife Stadium. Dating back to 2008, Green Bay is 25-18 against AFC teams during the regular season, a .581 winning percentage that ranks No. 6 in the NFL and No. 3 among NFC teams over that span.

 

Six of the Packers’ eight losses this season have been by eight points or less, including three by three or fewer points. The Packers are ending the regular season with two road games in the final three weeks for the seventh straight year. In Week 17, Green Bay will close out the regular season against the Detroit Lions for the third straight year and the fourth time in the last five seasons

High School girls basketball Thursday night

Southern Door beat Sturgeon Bay Thursday night 68 - 23. Sarah Bridenhagen had 11 points to lead the Clippers. The Eagles' balanced attack was led by Grace LeGrave. Her 19 points were a game-high. Tehya Bertrand tallied 18 points in the win. Nicole Norton chipped in 12 points for Southern Door.

 

Algoma got back to their winning ways with a 68-24 win over Sevastopol. Makayla Guilette led all scorers with 15, Emersyn Wallace and Sydney Zimmerman scored 11 and Hanna Wiese poured in 10 points in the victory. Zoe Kuehn led the Pioneers with 16 points. Not a single other Sevastopol player scored more than one field goal from the floor.

 

Kewaunee topped Oconto 66-18 to cap a night of blowouts in the Packerland Conference.

Payton Pluff scores 1,000 career points for Gibraltar

The Packerland Conference has another 1,000 point scorer following a Gibraltar victory over Peshtigo 54-42. Payton Pluff needed just five points to eclipse 1,000 career points as a Viking. The senior scorer didn't waste any time Thursday night either. WIth 15:49 left in the first half, Pluff joined the 1,000 point club. Only two other Gibraltar varsity girls basketball players have ever joined this elite milestone.

 

Makenna Ash is the school's all-time leading scorer and is the most recent to join the club. Ash finished her career with 1,177 points on varsity. Debbie Anderson-Kordon was the first Viking to eclipse 1,000 points. She finished her career with 1,048 points.

 

Karlee Kita was Gibraltar's leading scorer Thursday with 18 points. Abbi Sitte and Kayla Follingstad each added nine points in the win. 

Southern Door drops dual to Two Rivers 49-22 on 104.1 WRLU

The Southern Door Eagles showed their youth against an experienced Two Rivers squad Thursday night, but still hung around in a 49-22 defeat to the Purple Raiders in Brussels. 

 

After giving up a pin at 145 pounds to Two River's Bailey Thelen to start the dual, Andrew Price was able to even things out with a pin of his own with 23 seconds left in the second period at 152 pounds. The Purple Raiders would go on a run after that, collecting a technical fall at 160 pounds by state title contender Joey Bianchi over Grant Englebert, a pin by Connor Reed at 170 pounds, a forfeit at 182, and another pin by Joaquin Guynes at 220 pounds over Riley Phillips.  The Eagles would turn the tide as freshman wrestlers Brodie Overbeck (220) and Austin Farley (106) picked up pins to narrow the gap. After Austin Falish dropped a hard-fought decision to Ethan Maloney 8-6, the Purple Raiders would pick up another six points on the pin by 120 pounder Nolan Hansen. Kyle Conard hung on for a 13-5 major decision for the Eagles before the Purple Raiders capped off the evening with a tech fall by Garrett Pagel and a pin by Matthew Bianchi.

 

The Eagles are back in action next week as they head to Oshkosh for the On the Water Tournament.

 

 

Other scores around the area included Luxemburg-Casco hanging on to beat Denmark 36-31 and Kewaunee falling at Green Bay Preble 43-31. 

 

 

Friday High School Basketball Preview

Girls:

 

Luxemburg-Casco (6-3 overall, 5-1 conference) @ Denmark (2-7 overall, 1-5 conference) – Listen to the game on 96.7FM WBDK. Pregame show starting at 7:00 PM. Tip-off at 7:15 PM

 

Boys:

 

Peshtigo (5-2 overall, 3-1 conference) @ Algoma (1-7 overall, 0-4 conference) – Tip-off at 7:30 PM

 

Green Bay NEW Lutheran (4-2 overall, 3-2 conference) @ Kewaunee (4-4 overall, 2-2 conference) – Tip-off at 7:30 PM

 

Sevastopol (1-5 overall, 0-4 conference) @ Sturgeon Bay (3-3 overall, 2-3 conference) – Tip-off at 7:30 PM

Kewaunee coach proud of entire team in great start

The Kewaunee Girls Basketball team is off to a tremendous start to the season and the head coach couldn’t be more proud. The Storm girls team is undefeated and the lowest margin of victory has been 7 points (at Luxemburg-Casco). Sara Dax is the only senior on the roster and she leads the team in points (19.6), rebounds (7.0), and assists (3.0). Head Coach Lynn Geier says Dax has been a great leader for the team so far this season. She’s very proud of the rest of the team as well. Mackenzie Tlachac (junior), Hailey Gaedtke (junior), Katie Metzler (junior), and Claire Kohnle (sophomore) have all been major contributors. Geier says even the players that don’t get in the game but play hard in practice make the team that much better.

 

 

Kewaunee (8-0 overall, 5-0 conference) hosts Oconto (4-5 overall, 2-4 conference) tonight with tip-off at 7:30 PM. After that, the team goes on winter break with the next game being January 4 at Peshtigo. The team will practice a few times during the break. 

Spartan girls basketball travels to Denmark on WBDK 96.7FM Friday

 

Luxemburg-Casco girls basketball will play travel to Denmark to take on the Vikings  in a Northeastern Conference game Friday night.  The Spartans (5-1, 6-3 overall) are coming off a huge 71-67 home victory over Wrightstown Tuesday night while Denmark (1-5, 2-7 overall) lost to Little Chute 71-44 at home.

 

Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 7:00 p.m. with the pregame show and tip-off set for 7:15 p.m on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

 

Packers & Jets dealing with lots of injuries

The Packers and Jets don't have much to play for over the final two weeks of the season. Injuries have crippled the rosters and the first report of the week was shocking. The Packers have 11 players listed as injured while 19 players appeared on New York's list. Here is a look at each team's first injury report released to the media following practice on Wednesday:

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

 

Bryan Bulaga, T - Knee - Limited Participation

Kenny Clark, DL - Elbow - Did Not Participate

Randall Cobb, WR - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Jimmy Graham, TE -Knee / Thumb - Did Not Participate

Jake Kumerow, WR - Hand - Limited Participation

Lucas Patrick, G - Illness - Did Not Participate

Will Redmond, CB - Shoulder - Did Not Participate

Aaron Rodgers, QB - Knee / Groin - Full Participation

JK Scott, P - Illness - Did Not Participate

Jason Spriggs, T - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Jamaal Williams, RB - Toe - Limited Participation

 

NEW YORK JETS

 

Robby Anderson, WR - Ankle / Back - Full Participation

Jeremiah Attaochu, LB - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Kelvin Beachum, OL - Knee - Full Participation

Trenton Cannon, RB - Toe - Full Participation

Morris Claiborne, DB - Shoulder - Full Participation

Sam Darnold, QB - Foot - Full Participation

Quincy Enunwa, WR - Ankle - Did Not Participate

Jonotthan Harrison, OL - Wrist - Full Participation

Jordan Jenkins, LB - Ankle - Limited Participation

Jermaine Kearse, WR - Calf - Full Participation

Jordan Leggett, TE - Knee - Full Participation

Spencer Long, OL - Toe / Knee / Finger - Full Participation

Elijah McGuire, RB - Ankle / Quadricep - Full Participation

Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB - Shoulder - Did Not Participate

Darryl Roberts, DB - Toe - Did Not Participate

Brandon Shell, OL - Knee - Did Not Participate

Buster Skrine, DB - Shoulder - Full Participation

Leonard Williams, DL - Elbow - Full Participation

Brian Winters, OL - Finger - Full Participation

Southern Door wrestling hosts Two Rivers on 104.1 WRLU

After several weeks of weekend tournaments, the Southern Door Eagles wrestling team hosts their first dual meet of the season Thursday night when they host the Two Rivers Purple Raiders. 

 

The Eagles are coming off a 6th place finish in the Kewaunee Invitational. Grant Englebert led the way with a 2nd place finish at 152 pounds, while Austin Farley and Austin Falish each took 3rd place at the meet's two lightest weights. The Purple Raiders boast a strong lineup top to bottom with a team ranked in the top 10 in Division 2. Joey Bianchi has three straight runner-up finishes at the state meet to his credit, but is currently ranked number one at the 152-lb weight class.

 

The Purple Raiders won last year's dual against the Eagles 51-21 in Two Rivers. The rematch takes place at 7 p.m. with Tim Kowols and Greg Letter on the call. Pre-match show begins at 6:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.   

High School Sports Preview Thursday

Wrestling:

 

Two Rivers @ Southern Door – starting at 6:30 PM prematch on 104.1 WRLU

 

Luxemburg-Casco @ Denmark – starting at 6:30 PM

 

Kewaunee @ Green Bay Preble – starting at 6:30 PM

 

Boys Basketball:

 

Denmark (5-2 overall, 3-1 conference) @ Luxemburg-Casco (5-1 overall, 3-1 conference) – tip off at 7:00 PM

 

Girls Basketball:

 

Southern Door (5-2 overall, 4-1 conference) @ Sturgeon Bay (1-7 overall, 1-5 conference) – tip off at 7:00 PM

 

Sevastopol (2-6 overall, 0-5 conference) @ Algoma (6-3 overall, 4-1 conference) – tip off at 7:30 PM

 

Peshtigo (4-4 overall, 3-2 conference) @ Gibraltar (4-4 overall, 3-2 conference) – tip off at 7:30 PM

 

Oconto (4-5 overall, 2-4 conference) @ Kewaunee (7-0 overall, 5-0 conference) – tip off at 7:30 PM

Sevastopol girls' basketball wants to limit extra opportunities

The Sevastopol Pioneers girls’ basketball team wants to limit turnovers and keep opposing teams off the glass as it seeks to improve throughout the middle portion of the season. Head coach Dan Judas said that while the girls have done an excellent job of limiting the outside shot, they give up too many second-chance points. However, despite the setbacks, Judas has been pleased with the way the sophomore class has developed. He said it’s not always a guarantee that you can get production from younger teammates, especially in a league as difficult as the Packerland Conference.

 

 

Sevastopol is currently 2-6 on the season and 0-5 in Packerland Conference play. The Pioneers face a tough challenge on Thursday, traveling to Algoma to face off against the Wolves.

Southern Door boys running away from the Packerland Conference

The Southern Door Eagles varsity boys basketball team again appears to be the class of the Packerland Conference. Their consecutive conference win streak is now the longest all-time in the conference's history and their dismantling of Sevastopol Tuesday night is a sign of more wins upcoming. The Eagles beat the Pioneers in every phase of the game en route to a 71-39 win in Institute. Ryan Claflin led all scorers with 23 points. Kyle Daoust added 13 and Derik LeCaptain scored 11 points in the win. Sevastopol was led by Brent Haberli's 11 points and Robby Pollman chipped in ten points in the loss.

 

Sturgeon Bay's struggles continued. A team that was expected to contend for the conference has already lost two games in the Packerland and have not yet played Southern Door. The Clippers fell to Peshtigo 62-44 Tuesday.  Carson Talbert led the Clippers with 19 points. Peshtigo got 19 points from Cade Tackman.

 

Gibraltar beat N.E.W. Lutheran 71-69 in Green Bay. A balanced Vikings attack kept Sam Meerstein and the Blazers off balance in the closing minutes to capture a big win for Gibraltar,

 

Algoma fell to Oconto 58-41 as the Wolves have had similar struggles as the Clippers have had this season. 

Two Packers named to Pro Bowl, three alternates

Represented by two members of the team, the Green Bay Packers learned Tuesday that wide receiver Davante Adams and quarterback Aaron Rodgers were named to the Pro Bowl by the National Football League.

 

Adams earns his second trip to the Pro Bowl and his first original selection after being chosen as an injury replacement last season. He reached 100 receptions for the first time in his career this season, which currently ranks as the fourth-highest single season total in franchise history, trailing WRs Robert Brooks (102 in 1995) and Sterling Sharpe (108 in 1992 and 112 in 1993). Adams has 1,315 receiving yards in 2018, currently the eighth most in a season in franchise history and 205 yards away from passing Jordy Nelson (1,519 in 2014) for the franchise record. He is tied for No. 2 in the NFL this season with 12 receiving touchdowns. Adams is the only player in the NFL to register 70-plus receptions and 10-plus receiving touchdowns in each of the last three seasons (2016-18).

 

For Rodgers, it marks the seventh Pro Bowl selection of his career (2009, 2011-12, 2014-16). He has the second-most selections by a Green Bay quarterback, trailing Brett Favre’s nine (1992-93, 1995-97, 2001-03, 2007), and tied for the fourth-most selections by a Packer. For the first time in his career, Rodgers has registered 20-plus touchdowns and two or fewer interceptions in the first 14 games of the season (23/2). Dating back to 1950, he is the third player in the NFL with 20-plus TDs and two or fewer INTs in his team’s first 14 games of the season (Tom Brady, 22/2 in 2016; Nick Foles, 23/2 in 2013), according to pro-football-reference.com. Rodgers passed Patriots QB Tom Brady (358 in 2010-11) this season for the longest streak in league history for consecutive attempts without an INT (402).

 

Tackle David Bakhtiari, defensive lineman Kenny Clark and center Corey Linsley were named alternates.

Busy Wednesday for Packers front office

The Green Bay Packers signed wide receiver Allen Lazard to the active roster from the Jacksonville Jaguars’ practice squad, signed defensive lineman Eric Cotton and D.J. Killings to the practice squad, placed running back Aaron Jones on injured reserve and placed tight end Ethan Wolf on the practice squad; injured list. The transactions were announced Tuesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

Lazard, a 6-foot-5, 227-pound rookie, was originally signed as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State by the Jacksonville Jaguars on May 11. He has spent the entire regular season on the Jaguars’ practice squad. Lazard appeared in 48 games for the Cyclones, finishing as the school’s career leader in receptions (241), receiving yards (3,360) and 100-yard receiving games (12). He earned first-team All-Big 12 honors in 2016 and 2017. Lazard will wear No. 13 for the Packers.

 

Cotton, a 6-foot-4, 272-pound rookie, played in 37 games over four seasons at Stanford. After beginning his career as a tight end, he moved to defensive end. In three seasons on defense, Cotton registered 36 tackles (22 solo), five tackles for a loss and 3.5 sacks. As a senior in 2017, he set career highs in tackles (30), solo tackles (21), tackles for a loss (four) and sacks (2.5). Cotton will wear No. 59 for the Packers.

 

Killings, a 6-foot, 185-pound first-year player, originally signed with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2017 out of the University of Central Florida. After being waived by the Patriots following training camp, he spent the majority of the season on the Philadelphia Eagles’ practice squad. He was waived/injured by the Eagles after training camp this season and spent some time on the Indianapolis Colts’ practice squad and active roster. Killings played in 34 games at UCF, recording 99 tackles, 17 passes defensed, five interceptions (one returned for a TD), a sack and a forced fumble. He will wear No. 41 for the Packers.

Aaron Jones & Lucas Patrick draw big crowd for Jim Olson Motors Red Zone

The showroom at Jim Olson Motors was packed to see Green Bay Packers Aaron Jones and Lucas Patrick Monday night for the Red Zone on 104.1 FM WRLU. St. John Bosco was the WRLU Team of the Week and got to meet some really great young men.

 

The Bobcats were led by athletic Director Mr. Jahn. Each of the student-athletes had the opportunity to talk on the radio, pose for a picture and get an autograph from the Packers. 

 

The show enters its final week for the 2018 season next Wednesday. The show will begin at 4:30 PM and run through 6:00 PM and feature Door County Club Volleyball with Lucas Patrick and Danny Vitale as our special guests.

Kewaunee loses to Denmark 76-53

Kewaunee had no answers for Patrick Suemnick in its 76-53 loss Monday night to Denmark. Denmark's Suemnick led all scorers with 29 points, shooting effectively from the field and the free throw line. The Storm entered the second half down 10 and saw that lead get doubled in the second half. The loss evens the Storm's record to 4-4 on the year with a game against NEW Lutheran looming on Friday before it takes a break for the holidays. 

Packers add running back to the roster

The Green Bay Packers claimed running back Kapri Bibbs off waivers from the Washington Redskins. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Monday.

 

Bibbs, a 5-foot-10, 203-pound, third-year player out of Colorado State, has played in 26 career games, recording 309 rushing yards on 70 attempts (4.4 avg.) with three touchdowns and 305 receiving yards on 29 receptions (10.5 avg.) with three TDs. He also has returned 10 kickoffs in his career with an average of 16.8 yards per return. Bibbs was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Denver Broncos in 2014. From 2014-16, he spent time on Denver’s practice squad and active roster. Bibbs was traded by the Broncos to the San Francisco 49ers on April 29, 2017, but was waived by the 49ers following training camp. He spent parts of the 2017 season and this season on the Redskins’ practice squad and active roster. Bibbs will wear No. 22 for the Packers.

Packers offensive lineman suspended

The NFL announced Monday afternoon that one of the Packers' offensive lineman has been suspended for one game. Here is the NFL's release:

 

Alex Light of the Green Bay Packers has been suspended without pay for one game for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.

 

Light will be eligible to return to the Packers’ active roster on Monday, December 24 following the team’s December 23 game against the New York Jets.

 

Because of the confidentiality of the process, the Packers will not have any comment on this matter.

Tuesday High School Basketball Preview

Boys:

 

Gibraltar (1-4 overall, 1-2 conference) @ Green Bay NEW Lutheran (4-1 overall, 3-1 conference) Tip-off at 7:30: Gibraltar coming off a heartbreaking overtime loss to Kewaunee 76-73 on Friday.

 

Algoma (1-6 overall, 0-3 conference) @ Oconto (3-3 overall, 2-2 conference) Tip-Off at 7:30: Algoma is looking for their first Packerland Conference victory behind their leading scorer Max Schoening (senior)

 

Sturgeon Bay (3-2 overall, 2-2 conference) @ Peshtigo (4-2 overall, 2-1 conference) Tip-off at 7:30: Sturgeon Bay is coming off a 10-point loss to Oconto. Mitchell Jackson had 16 points in the losing effort.

 

Southern Door (5-2 overall, 4-0 conference) @ Sevastopol (1-4 overall, 0-3 conference) Tip-off at 7:30: Southern Door looks to continue its dominance in the Packerland Conference at Sevastopol. Sevastopol almost got their first conference win in their last game at Peshtigo, but couldn’t hold a 5-point halftime lead.

 

Girls:

 

Wrightstown (7-0 overall, 6-0 conference) @ Luxemburg-Casco (5-3 overall, 4-1 conference) Tip-off at 7:00: Luxemburg-Casco is trying to become the first team to even have a close game with Wrightstown. The smallest margin of victory in the game for Wrightstown this season has been 17.

Girls basketball: LC Spartans more than a one-woman team

When your high school team has a D1 athlete on it, that player tends to attract most of the attention on the team. The Luxemburg-Casco High School girls basketball senior guard Cassie Schiltz who has committed to play basketball at the University of Green Bay starting next season.

 

But that doesn’t necessarily mean she’s carrying the team and the other players aren’t nearly up to her level. The Spartans this year have a 4-1 in the North Eastern Conference thanks in part to everyone else on the team. Head Coach Jeff Jodar is really liking the contributions he is getting from everyone on the team this season including a couple of young players in sophomore guard Kenzie Hanson, and freshman guard Lauren Adams. They hope to continue the success of the program for the next few seasons.

 

The other 4-year starter next to Schiltz is senior guard Jenna Jorgensen. She is second on the team in points (16.1 PPG), rebounds (5.6 RPG), and assists (1.9 APG). Coach Jodar says she does a little bit of everything for the Spartans.

 

 

The LC Spartan girls (5-3 overall, 4-1 conference) have a huge game tomorrow night against the first place Wrightstown Tigers (7-0 overall, 6-0 conference) at home. Wrightstown is undefeated overall winning every game by at least 17 points. That game will start at 7:00 PM. 

Packers Playoffs chances expire in loss to Bears

A 24-17 loss to the Chicago Bears officially ended the Packers playoff aspirations Sunday. Soldier Field was rocking as the 2018 NFC North Champions topped the Green Bay Packers in convincing fashion. 

 

Aaron Rodgers struggled again finishing 25/42 for 274 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. His Quarterback Rating for the game was just 41.5.

 

Mitchell Trubisky was 20/28 for 235 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. His QBR was 75.6.

 

Davante Adams led the Packers receivers with eight receptions for 119 yards. Tyler Lancaster was the team's top tackler with seven.

Aaron Jones to join Lucas Patrick on Jim Olson Motors Red Zone tonight

Tonight's Jim Olson Motors Red Zone is expected to be packed when Green Bay Packers starters (running back) Aaron Jones joins Lucas Patrick for the weekly sports talk show. Broadcast on 104.1 FM WRLU from Jim Olson Ford, St. John Bosco has been selected as the WRLU Team of the Week. The show runs from 5:30 - 7:00 PM.

Southern Door Youth Wrestling Results

It was another busy day on the mat Sunday as 37 Southern Door youth and middle school wrestlers took part in the Shawano Holiday Youth Tournament.

 

Results were as follows:

 

2nd Place - Peter Bloniarcz, Clark LeFevre, Tucker Cornette, Jerek Valley

 

3rd Place - Jaxson Rozmairek-Kostichka, Jonah LeFevre, Oliver Wilke, Justin Jandron, Justin Koskubar, Spencer Slezewski, Trevor Englebert, Gavin Geisel, Nora LeFevre, Chase Massart 

 

4th Place - Logan Motquin, Jace Bosman, Colton Valley, Kyler Laluzerne, Trevin Veeser, Wyatt Wilke, Ethan DeNamur, Mason Motquin, Zach Grosbeier, Will Jandrin, Hayden Jeanquart, Dakoda Cornette, Hailey Veeser, Kameron Robinson

 

5th Place - Chelsie Jauquet, Josh Nachtwey, Anthony Magliano, Nathan Vandenplas, Dylan Kaye, Ethan Alexander, Isaac Baudhuin, Brayden Kinnard, Alex Buhr

 

Wrestling Round-up: Jorns wins Preble Scramble

Another tournament equaled another championship for Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns as he captured the Willard Schmidt Scramble title at Green Bay Preble during a busy weekend of area wrestling. 

 

In Green Bay, Jorns led another shorthanded Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol squad to a 12th place finish with his championship at 182 pounds. Nick West wrestled very well while placing 3rd at 285 pounds and Peyton Hurth was 4th at 138 pounds. Luxemburg-Casco sent their junior varsity team to the tournament, placing 10th overall. Ty Paider (106 pounds) led the way for the Spartans with a 4th place finish.

 

The Spartans' varsity ventured west to Rochester for their weekend at the Minnesota Christmas Tournament. Bryce Bosman and Nathan Ronsman each took second place at their respective weights while Reece Worachek and Lucas Joniaux also placed in the 40-team tournament. The Spartans as a team took 14th overall.

 

In Kewaunee,  the host Storm finished in 3rd place while Southern Door took 6th in the nine-team tournament.  The Storm's Jack Severin, Travis Reinke, and Dylan Steinhorst all took top honors in their weight classes while seven others made the championship semifinals. 

 

Southern Door head coach Jerry Englebert gives us this thoughts on his Southern Door wrestlers: As a team we looked much better than last week. Still a young team and making plenty of mistakes but we were staying in better position and using more technique. In practice this week we went back to basics with more live wrestling. This was a good tournament for us to build from. We were able to take good notes today on each wrestler along with video to work with in practice. Todays Top finishers were: Grant Englebert 2nd at 152. Grant looked very solid in his early matches dominating the competition with . In the finals he had the #9 ranked Moravec from Waubeno/Laona. Unfortunately he got a little banged up in the finals but he will be ready to go again next week. Austin Farley 3rd at 106. Austin typically gives up about 20 lbs weighing in at 85 lbs but his technique is getting better giving him opportunities to use some offense. Austin has improved greatly from the beginning of the season. Austin Falish 3rd at 113. Austin is in his second year of high school wrestling but like Austin Farley he was well under 106 and didn’t get many varsity opportunities last season. Austin is a very hard worker in the weight room and the wrestling room. Its great to see his hard work is finally paying off. In todays first three matches he used a nice variety of techniques including some he hasn’t tried before.

 

Willard Schmidt Scramble Results for Sturgeon Bay

120

Wyatt Coburn (5-5) placed 6th and scored 29.5 team points.

Round 1 - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Cael Large (Ozaukee) 9-2 won by tech fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 (TF-1.5 0:00 (25-9))

Consolation Bracket - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 won by fall over Sam Feucht (Lomira) 7-10 (Fall 0:29)

5th Place Match - Gavin Coshenet (Winneconne) 9-7 won by fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 (Fall 1:15)

132

David Condra (5-10) placed 10th and scored 17.0 team points.

Round 1 - Crespin Wesley (Sheboygan South) 7-5 won by major decision over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-10 (MD 14-2)

Round 2 - Alex Gundrum (Lomira) 14-3 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-10 (Fall 1:17)

Round 3 - David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-10 received a bye () (Bye)

Consolation Bracket - David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-10 won by decision over Emmeric Hanke (Winneconne) 3-12 (Dec 8-4)

9th Place Match - Ryan Hanson (Eau Claire Memorial) 6-8 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 5-10 (Fall 1:33)

138

Peyton Hurth (8-7) placed 4th and scored 33.0 team points.

Round 1 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 won by fall over Clay Wendzicki (Kaukauna) 3-2 (Fall 5:34)

Round 2 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:59)

Round 3 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 won by fall over Devin Eisentraut (Waupaca) 9-12 (Fall 1:04)

Championship Bracket - Anthony Keuntjes (Winneconne) 11-0 won by fall over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 (Fall 3:13)

3rd Place Match - Adam Sauer (Lomira) 13-4 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 (Dec 8-1)

138

Sam Abel (1-4) placed 14th.

Round 1 - Tyler Wathke (Eau Claire Memorial) 6-8 won by fall over Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 (Fall 1:10)

Round 2 - Collin Derenne (Green Bay Preble) 11-5 won by fall over Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 (Fall 0:26)

Round 3 - Justin Fassbender (Lomira) 2-3 won by fall over Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 (Fall 1:08)

Consolation Bracket - Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 received a bye () (Bye)

13th Place Match - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 (Fall 0:36)

182

Jeremy Jorns (15-0) placed 1st and scored 48.5 team points.

Round 1 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 15-0 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 15-0 won by major decision over Cauy Pastorius (Lomira) 9-8 (MD 15-5)

Round 3 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 15-0 won by tech fall over Josh Deblaey (Green Bay Preble) 7-9 (TF-1.5 0:00 (20-4))

Championship Bracket - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 15-0 won by fall over Leone Peters (Menominee Indian) 10-5 (Fall 2:41)

1st Place Match - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 15-0 won in overtime over Quinton Schuyler Jr. (West DePere) 12-5 (OT 2-0)

285

Nicholas West (10-5) placed 3rd and scored 38.0 team points.

Round 1 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-5 won by fall over Alex Waukau (Menominee Indian) 5-5 (Fall 0:46)

Championship Bracket - Bryce Graef (West DePere) 14-3 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-5 (Fall 0:55)

3rd Place Match - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 10-5 won by fall over Sam Pickett (Eau Claire Memorial) 8-7 (Fall 1:18)

 

Willard Schmidt Scramble Results for Luxemburg-Casco

106

Ty Paider (5-4) placed 4th and scored 33.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 won by fall over Reggie Bollinger (Kaukauna) 3-2 (Fall 1:17)

Round 2 - Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 won by fall over Mason Sternard (Winneconne) 12-4 (Fall 1:59)

Championship Bracket - Trentin Phillips (Green Bay Preble) 9-6 won by fall over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 (Fall 1:37)

3rd Place Match - Sawyer Duir (Lakeland) 8-4 won by major decision over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 (MD 16-8)

132

Weiss Waege (2-3) placed 8th and scored 22.0 team points.

Round 1 - Weiss Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Isaac Birschbach (Winneconne) 5-5 (Fall 3:44)

Round 2 - Joe Weltzien (Green Bay Preble) 8-5 won by fall over Weiss Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:26)

Round 3 - Weiss Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Consolation Bracket - Carson Smith (Kaukauna) 7-4 won by fall over Weiss Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:14)

7th Place Match - Alfred Hernandez (Menominee Indian) 6-4 won by fall over Weiss Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:17)

138

Sebastian Sauter (2-3) placed 13th and scored 12.5 team points.

Round 1 - Devin Eisentraut (Waupaca) 9-12 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 2:47)

Round 2 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 8-7 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:59)

Round 3 - Clay Wendzicki (Kaukauna) 3-2 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:55)

Consolation Bracket - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

13th Place Match - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Sam Abel (Sturgeon Bay) 1-4 (Fall 0:36)

138

Tristan Thiry (5-4) placed 6th and scored 27.5 team points.

Round 1 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 won by fall over Ryan Simmelink (Sheboygan South) 2-7 (Fall 1:01)

Round 2 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Anthony Keuntjes (Winneconne) 11-0 won by fall over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 (Fall 0:30)

Consolation Bracket - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 won by decision over Devin Eisentraut (Waupaca) 9-12 (Dec 3-1)

5th Place Match - Brett Hartzheim (Kaukauna) 4-1 won by fall over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-4 (Fall 0:31)

145

Hunter Bohm (3-2) placed 9th and scored 21.0 team points.

Round 1 - Toby Kavanaugh (Kaukauna) 3-2 won by decision over Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Dec 8-4)

Round 2 - Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Noah Danner (Lomira) 17-0 won by fall over Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Fall 0:18)

Consolation Bracket - Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)

9th Place Match - Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 won by decision over Lucas Slonaker (Kaukauna) 2-3 (Dec 5-0)

152

Blake Robillard (3-2) placed 7th and scored 26.0 team points.

Round 1 - Lucas Milheiser (West DePere) 10-7 won by fall over Blake Robillard (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Fall 0:37)

Round 2 - Blake Robillard (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 won by fall over Morgun Fish (Menominee Indian) 6-8 (Fall 0:55)

Round 3 - Blake Robillard (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 won by injury default over Charles Weber (Kaukauna) 2-3 (Inj. 0:00)

Consolation Bracket - Jonathon Arellano (Green Bay Preble) 3-8 won by fall over Blake Robillard (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Fall 1:42)

7th Place Match - Blake Robillard (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 won by forfeit over Brady Guibord (Eau Claire Memorial) 4-5 (For.)

160

Isaac VandenBush (4-1) placed 5th and scored 33.5 team points.

Round 1 - Isaac VandenBush (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Isaac VandenBush (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Kade Cummings (Green Bay Preble) 8-0 won by fall over Isaac VandenBush (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 (Fall 1:00)

Consolation Bracket - Isaac VandenBush (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Jack Penny-Galindo (Ozaukee) 3-8 (Fall 3:22)

5th Place Match - Isaac VandenBush (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Kaden Johnson-Garcia (Kaukauna) 3-2 (Fall 1:44)

182

Luke VanDonsel (6-7) placed 11th and scored 16.0 team points.

Round 1 - Dylan Krings (Winneconne) 5-11 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 (Fall 1:10)

Round 2 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Quinton Schuyler Jr. (West DePere) 12-5 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 (Fall 0:38)

Consolation Bracket - Bryant Correa (Kaukauna) 3-2 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 (Fall 1:15)

11th Place Match - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 won by fall over Mateo Olivas (Sheboygan South) 1-8 (Fall 1:28)

 

Minnesota Christmas Tournament Results for Luxemburg-Casco

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Tyler Derenne (10-6) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Reid Nelson (Forest Lake) 10-2 won by fall over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-6 (Fall 2:29)

Cons. Round 1 - Hunter Frost (Farmington) 8-3 won by major decision over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-6 (MD 15-3)

113

Hunter Joniaux (12-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ben Colagiovanni (Stillwater) 9-3 won by decision over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-4 (Dec 7-5)

Cons. Round 1 - Cole Nelson (Ellsworth) 8-4 won by decision over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-4 (Dec 8-5)

120

Clay Kollross (5-9) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Branson Beers (Holmen) 9-5 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-9 (Fall 3:57)

Cons. Round 2 - Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 3 - Matt Garcia (Edmond) 5-4 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-9 (Fall 1:29)

126

Lucas Joniaux (18-3) placed 7th and scored 18.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by fall over Daniel Cerny (Mounds View) 2-4 (Fall 3:04)

Champ. Round 3 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by fall over Brock Harris (Edmond) 9-5 (Fall 5:31)

Quarterfinal - Nic Cantu (Albert Lea) 12-2 won by major decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 (MD 10-2)

Cons. Round 6 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by major decision over Logan Stumpf (Kaukauna) 11-2 (MD 10-0)

Cons. Round 7 - Connor Simmonds (Farimont) 8-2 won by major decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 (MD 8-0)

7th Place Match - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by fall over Kaden Amundson (STMA) 11-4 (Fall 3:27)

132

Luke Shefchik (6-10) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ryan Sokol (Simley) 13-0 won by fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-10 (Fall 1:10)

Cons. Round 1 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-10 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Dominic Heim (Wayzata) 8-7 won by fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-10 (Fall 4:50)

138

Bryce Bosman (14-2) placed 2nd and scored 26.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 won by fall over Cole Malone (Shakopee) 4-4 (Fall 2:00)

Champ. Round 3 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 won by decision over Landen Johnson (Owatonna) 13-4 (Dec 10-5)

Quarterfinal - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 won by decision over John Diener (Kaukauna) 10-2 (Dec 4-0)

Semifinal - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 won by decision over Trey Kruse (Stillwater) 8-3 (Dec 7-5)

1st Place Match - Tyler Shackle (Scott West) 13-2 won by decision over Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-2 (Dec 6-4)

145

Isaac Blohowiak (9-7) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Nic VanOort (Kasson-Mantorville) 10-2 won by fall over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-7 (Fall 0:43)

Cons. Round 2 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 3 - Tyler Vanderlois (Kaukauna) 13-3 won by decision over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-7 (Dec 7-1)

152

Nathan Ronsman (18-2) placed 2nd and scored 27.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 won by fall over Hudson Aase (Owatonna) 0-2 (Fall 1:35)

Champ. Round 2 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 won by tech fall over Daniel Mbonde (Minnetonka) 0-5 (TF-1.5 1:53 (16-0))

Champ. Round 3 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 won by tech fall over Griffin Studier (Albert Lea) 9-5 (TF-1.5 3:57 (16-1))

Quarterfinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 won by decision over Kail Wynia (Kasson-Mantorville) 9-3 (Dec 10-3)

Semifinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 won by decision over Brandon Kidd (Shakopee) 12-4 (Dec 9-3)

1st Place Match - Brady Gross (Apple Valley) 14-2 won by decision over Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-2 (Dec 5-2)

160

Colton Worachek (16-3) place is unknown and scored 10.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by fall over Ethan Smith (Rochester Mayo) 0-3 (Fall 1:10)

Champ. Round 3 - Jimmy Brown (Cambridge-Isanti) 14-3 won by decision over Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 (Dec 9-4)

Cons. Round 4 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by tech fall over Parker Venz (Farmington) 4-7 (TF-1.5 3:37 (16-0))

Cons. Round 5 - Ethan Roux (Willmar) 9-4 won by decision over Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 (Dec 4-3)

170

Reece Worachek (18-3) placed 6th and scored 16.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by tech fall over Zach Thomas (Coon Rapids) 8-5 (TF-1.5 5:53 (16-0))

Champ. Round 3 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won by tech fall over Jalen Harris (Leo) 16-5 (TF-1.5 2:54 (16-1))

Quarterfinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 won in sudden victory - 1 over Colin Schuler (Hortonville) 11-3 (SV-1 3-1)

Semifinal - Patrick Kennedy (Kasson-Mantorville) 13-0 won by tech fall over Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 (TF-1.5 3:28 (18-1))

Cons. Semi - Carl Leuer (STMA) 13-2 won by decision over Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 (Dec 2-1)

5th Place Match - Chase Dressel (Mounds View) 11-3 won in tie breaker - 1 over Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-3 (TB-1 4-3)

182

Jacob Delebreau (2-2) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jacob Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Jacob Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-2 won by decision over Elliot Omlid (Wayzata) 1-6 (Dec 4-2)

Champ. Round 3 - Bryson Alsteen (Kaukauna) 11-3 won by fall over Jacob Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-2 (Fall 1:08)

Cons. Round 4 - Kaden Streed (Willmar) 12-2 won by fall over Jacob Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-2 (Fall 0:33)

195

Joseph Chervenka (5-8) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-8 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Bennett Tabor (Simley) 12-2 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-8 (Fall 0:24)

Cons. Round 2 - Matt McKinney (Zumbrota-Mazeppa) 7-4 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-8 (Fall 1:29)

220

Travis LeGrave (10-7) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Brady Nielsen (Albert Lea) 10-3 won by decision over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Dec 8-1)

Cons. Round 1 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 won by fall over Logan Rowe (Forest Lake) 1-5 (Fall 2:24)

Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Struffert (Scott West) 10-6 won in sudden victory - 1 over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (SV-1 9-7)

285

Kyle Kroll (10-7) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Charlie Farhat (Willmar) 10-4 won by fall over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Fall 5:40)

Cons. Round 1 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 won by fall over Andrew Boucher (Mounds View) 3-7 (Fall 4:33)

Cons. Round 2 - T.J. Duerr (STMA) 5-5 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Dec 5-2)

 

Kewaunee Invitational Results for Kewaunee

113

Ashton Pribek (0-5) placed 8th and scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Kyle Jens (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 6-5 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 1:00)

Round 2 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 0:09)

Round 3 - Kaden Kapp (Lourdes Academy) 4-5 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 1:38)

Consolation Bracket - Emily Gorecki (Seymour) 8-9 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 2:29)

7th Place Match - Jonathan Shaffer (Kenosha Christian Life) 1-4 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 1:30)

120

Gina Augustian (0-6) placed 6th.

Round 1 - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 1:46)

Round 2 - Wyatt Kaczrowski (Seymour) 16-1 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 0:47)

Round 3 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 4:40)

Round 4 - Javis Pinter (Kenosha Christian Life) 12-1 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 0:17)

Round 5 - Ellie Ausloos (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 1-4 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 1:58)

120

Max Severin (3-7) placed 4th.

Round 1 - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 1:46)

Round 2 - Javis Pinter (Kenosha Christian Life) 12-1 won by major decision over Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 (MD 14-2)

Round 3 - Wyatt Kaczrowski (Seymour) 16-1 won by fall over Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 (Fall 1:56)

Round 4 - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 won by fall over Ellie Ausloos (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 1-4 (Fall 2:42)

Round 5 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 won by major decision over Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 (MD 10-0)

120

Logan Steinhorst (11-5) placed 3rd and scored 21.0 team points.

Round 1 - Javis Pinter (Kenosha Christian Life) 12-1 won by decision over Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 (Dec 5-3)

Round 2 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 won by fall over Ellie Ausloos (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 1-4 (Fall 2:48)

Round 3 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 won by fall over Gina Augustian (Kewaunee) 0-6 (Fall 4:40)

Round 4 - Wyatt Kaczrowski (Seymour) 16-1 won by decision over Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 (Dec 6-0)

Round 5 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 11-5 won by major decision over Max Severin (Kewaunee) 3-7 (MD 10-0)

126

Jack Severin (16-0) placed 1st and scored 33.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won by fall over Nathan Calabrese (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-3 (Fall 3:52)

Round 2 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won by fall over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Fall 3:09)

Round 3 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won by fall over Blake Linsmeyer (Seymour) 9-8 (Fall 3:15)

Round 4 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won by fall over Cody Rebedew (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 12-4 (Fall 5:05)

Round 5 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Kade Pinter (Kenosha Christian Life) 11-2 (UTB 4-3)

132

Nathan VanGoethem (6-5) placed 4th and scored 14.0 team points.

Round 1 - Harley Rivera (Kenosha Christian Life) 8-5 won by fall over Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 (Fall 4:25)

Round 2 - Kolton Tesarik (Mishicot) 15-1 won by fall over Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 (Fall 1:59)

Round 3 - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 (Dec 6-2)

Round 4 - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 won by fall over Alex Parkin (Lourdes Academy) 0-5 (Fall 4:30)

Round 5 - Jeremiah Baranczyk (Seymour) 12-5 won by decision over Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 (Dec 14-9)

152

Tom Lyu (1-4) placed 9th.

Round 1 - Derek Moravec (Wabeno/Laona) 12-1 won by fall over Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 (Fall 0:34)

Round 2 - Kaden Walske (Mishicot) 9-7 won by fall over Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 (Fall 1:51)

Round 3 - Nicholas Parkin (Lourdes Academy) 3-7 won by fall over Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 (Fall 3:33)

Round 4 - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 won by fall over Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 (Fall 3:12)

9th Place Match - Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 received a bye () (Bye)

152

Mason Jeanquart (7-9) placed 5th and scored 13.0 team points.

Round 2 - Derek Moravec (Wabeno/Laona) 12-1 won by fall over Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 (Fall 1:11)

Round 3 - Kaden Walske (Mishicot) 9-7 won by fall over Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 (Fall 1:39)

Round 4 - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 won by fall over Tom Lyu (Kewaunee) 1-4 (Fall 3:12)

Round 5 - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 won by fall over Nicholas Parkin (Lourdes Academy) 3-7 (Fall 4:18)

5th Place Match - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 7-9 won by decision over Ian Jones (Seymour) 6-10 (Dec 11-6)

160

Dylan Steinhorst (14-3) placed 1st and scored 33.0 team points.

Round 1 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by fall over Korrigan Volker (Wabeno/Laona) 0-9 (Fall 0:49)

Round 2 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by fall over Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 (Fall 0:27)

Round 3 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by fall over Evan Townsend (Wabeno/Laona) 5-8 (Fall 2:29)

Round 4 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by fall over Carl Travis (Kenosha Christian Life) 6-7 (Fall 1:13)

Round 5 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by decision over Yoshi Sesoko (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 10-6 (Dec 4-3)

170

Travis Reinke (14-2) placed 1st and scored 31.0 team points.

Round 1 - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 14-2 won by fall over Jack Reinardy (Lourdes Academy) 6-3 (Fall 0:57)

Round 2 - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 14-2 won by fall over Brady Kinjerski (Mishicot) 2-9 (Fall 3:04)

Round 3 - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 14-2 won by decision over Jacob Shaffer (Kenosha Christian Life) 6-7 (Dec 7-0)

Championship Bracket - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 14-2 won by decision over Ben Meiselwitz (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 10-6 (Dec 4-1)

1st Place Match - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 14-2 won by fall over Max Hrubecky (Mishicot) 11-5 (Fall 2:57)

182

Jason Reinke (6-8) placed 4th and scored 15.5 team points.

Round 1 - Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by tech fall over Tim Kaull (Lourdes Academy) 4-6 (TF-1.5 0:00 (16-0))

Round 2 - Austin Lambrecht (Mishicot) 11-5 won by fall over Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 6-8 (Fall 1:07)

Round 3 - Josh Schorer (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 10-4 won by fall over Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 6-8 (Fall 0:32)

Round 4 - Brady Eick (Seymour) 16-1 won by fall over Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 6-8 (Fall 1:55)

Round 5 - Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Andrew Bergman (Kenosha Christian Life) 0-5 (Fall 1:58)

195

Benidict Luy (2-3) placed 4th.

Round 1 - Finn Shields (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 15-1 won by fall over Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 (Fall 0:21)

Round 2 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 (Fall 5:08)

Round 3 - Ethan Brossard (Mishicot) 10-6 won by fall over Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 (Fall 4:29)

Round 4 - Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 won by fall over Caleb Ryherd (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-5 (Fall 2:31)

Round 5 - Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 won by decision over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Dec 7-2)

195

Cristopher Hewuse (6-8) placed 3rd and scored 22.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ethan Brossard (Mishicot) 10-6 won by fall over Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 (Fall 3:27)

Round 2 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 (Fall 5:08)

Round 3 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Fall 1:13)

Round 4 - Finn Shields (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 15-1 won by fall over Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 (Fall 0:27)

Round 5 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Caleb Ryherd (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-5 (Fall 0:47)

220

Paul Wery (12-4) placed 2nd and scored 24.0 team points.

Round 2 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 won by decision over Frank Koeppel (Mishicot) 11-5 (Dec 9-5)

Round 3 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 won by decision over Zach Descourouez (Kenosha Christian Life) 10-3 (Dec 3-2)

Round 4 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 (Fall 1:40)

Round 5 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 won by fall over Zach Gerhardt (Seymour) 5-12 (Fall 3:37)

1st Place Match - Evan Grubbs (Kenosha Christian Life) 5-0 won by decision over Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 (Dec 7-3)

Kewaunee Invitational Results for Southern Door

106

Austin Farley (5-9) placed 3rd and scored 22.0 team points.

Round 1 - Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-9 won by fall over Jacob Brown (Kenosha Christian Life) 1-4 (Fall 2:40)

Round 2 - Nasir Orosco (Seymour) 12-5 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-9 (Fall 1:49)

Round 3 - Troy Dolphin (Kenosha Christian Life) 13-0 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-9 (Fall 2:09)

Round 4 - Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-9 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 5 - Austin Farley (Southern Door) 5-9 won by fall over Karissa Entringer (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 4-6 (Fall 1:19)

113

Austin Falish (8-6) placed 3rd and scored 21.5 team points.

Round 1 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 won by tech fall over Kaden Kapp (Lourdes Academy) 4-5 (TF-1.5 0:00 (15-0))

Round 2 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 won by fall over Ashton Pribek (Kewaunee) 0-5 (Fall 0:09)

Round 3 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 won by fall over Kyle Jens (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 6-5 (Fall 3:59)

Championship Bracket - Jaden Wright (Kenosha Christian Life) 9-2 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 (Fall 3:27)

1st Place Match - Jacob Hibbard (Mishicot) 11-5 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 8-6 (Fall 0:51)

126

Kyle Conard (4-10) placed 6th and scored 7.0 team points.

Round 1 - Blake Linsmeyer (Seymour) 9-8 won by decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Dec 11-6)

Round 2 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 16-0 won by fall over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Fall 3:09)

Round 3 - Cody Rebedew (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 12-4 won by decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Dec 15-12)

Round 4 - Kade Pinter (Kenosha Christian Life) 11-2 won by fall over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Fall 4:34)

Round 5 - Nathan Calabrese (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-3 won by decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 4-10 (Dec 7-2)

132

Griffin Slezewski (7-8) placed 5th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 won by fall over Alex Parkin (Lourdes Academy) 0-5 (Fall 4:42)

Round 2 - Harley Rivera (Kenosha Christian Life) 8-5 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 (Dec 8-4)

Round 3 - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-5 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 (Dec 6-2)

Round 4 - Jeremiah Baranczyk (Seymour) 12-5 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 (Dec 7-4)

Round 5 - Kolton Tesarik (Mishicot) 15-1 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 7-8 (Dec 11-5)

138

Drew DeFere (4-4) placed 6th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 2 - Raistlin Lopez Lloyd (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 15-1 won by decision over Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 4-4 (Dec 7-1)

Round 3 - David Sisson (Kenosha Christian Life) 6-4 won by major decision over Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 4-4 (MD 10-0)

Round 4 - Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 4-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 5 - Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 4-4 won by fall over Frank Shepard (Wabeno/Laona) 2-3 (Fall 1:13)

5th Place Match - Camron Kelly (Lourdes Academy) 5-5 won by major decision over Drew DeFere (Southern Door) 4-4 (MD 8-0)

145

Drew Price (3-2) placed 7th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Cody Nelson (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 10-6 won by fall over Drew Price (Southern Door) 3-2 (Fall 3:20)

Round 2 - Jackson Smith (Wabeno/Laona) 7-7 won by decision over Drew Price (Southern Door) 3-2 (Dec 8-2)

Round 3 - Drew Price (Southern Door) 3-2 won by fall over Lucky Paolone (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-3 (Fall 1:28)

Round 4 - Drew Price (Southern Door) 3-2 won by fall over Patrick Ward (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 1-4 (Fall 0:19)

Round 5 - Drew Price (Southern Door) 3-2 won by fall over Eli Benfield (Mishicot) 4-8 (Fall 4:39)

152

Grant Englebert (12-3) placed 2nd and scored 28.0 team points.

Round 1 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 12-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 12-3 won by fall over Ian Jones (Seymour) 6-10 (Fall 1:42)

Round 4 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 12-3 won by fall over Jack Cai (Kenosha Christian Life) 3-8 (Fall 1:58)

Round 5 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 12-3 won by fall over Cole Entringer (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 11-5 (Fall 3:54)

1st Place Match - Derek Moravec (Wabeno/Laona) 12-1 won by fall over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 12-3 (Fall 4:52)

160

Bradley Skippon (2-8) placed 5th and scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Evan Townsend (Wabeno/Laona) 5-8 won by fall over Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 (Fall 0:45)

Round 2 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 14-3 won by fall over Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 (Fall 0:27)

Round 3 - Carl Travis (Kenosha Christian Life) 6-7 won by fall over Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 (Fall 1:02)

Round 4 - Yoshi Sesoko (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 10-6 won by fall over Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 (Fall 0:53)

Round 5 - Bradley Skippon (Southern Door) 2-8 won by decision over Korrigan Volker (Wabeno/Laona) 0-9 (Dec 7-3)

195

Riley Phillips (1-8) placed 5th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 won by fall over Caleb Ryherd (Kenosha Christian Life) 2-5 (Fall 3:00)

Round 2 - Finn Shields (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah/Howards Grove) 15-1 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Fall 0:48)

Round 3 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 6-8 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Fall 1:13)

Round 4 - Ethan Brossard (Mishicot) 10-6 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Fall 1:30)

Round 5 - Benidict Luy (Kewaunee) 2-3 won by decision over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 1-8 (Dec 7-2)

220

Brodie Overbeck (2-7) placed 9th and scored 5.0 team points.

Round 1 - Frank Koeppel (Mishicot) 11-5 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 (Fall 0:38)

Round 2 - Zach Descourouez (Kenosha Christian Life) 10-3 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 (Fall 0:14)

Round 3 - Zach Gerhardt (Seymour) 5-12 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 (Fall 3:32)

Round 4 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 12-4 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 (Fall 1:40)

9th Place Match - Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 2-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Green Bay falls to Michigan State 104-83

For the second time in three nights, a big run ended upset hopes for the Green Bay Phoenix on the road as they fell 104-83 Sunday to the Michigan State Spartans. Things looked good for the Phoenix as they shot well from the field and held a 24-20 lead eight minutes into the first half. The Spartans flipped the offensive switch and clamped down on defense, ending the half on a 44-11 run. The Phoenix had no answer for the Spartans' Nick Ward, who scored the majority of his 28 points in the first half en route to a 12-13 night from the field. Sandy Cohen lead the Phoenix with 22 points and five assists. The Phoenix close their nonconference schedule with a game against Evansville Saturday with an opportunity to finish the first half of their season with a record over .500.  

Algoma Boys struggling but still impressing the coach

The Algoma boys basketball team has certainly struggled so far this season but Head Coach Corie Zimmerman is still impressed with his team in a lot of ways. Despite the team having some blowout losses, he has really liked how the team has competed.

 

 

That’s what made their first victory of the season so sweet. After suffering double-digit losses in the first 3 games of the season, they got an exciting one-point win over Gresham Community at home in their fourth game of the season.

 

 

Senior Max Schoening is the team’s leading scorer, and Coach Zimmerman loves how he has been playing and says he is the leader of the team. The coach also likes how Chase Peronto (Junior) and Carter Zimmerman (Freshman) are progressing along as well.

 

The Algoma (1-6 overall, 0-3 conference) boys continue their season on Tuesday night playing at Oconto (3-3 overall, 2-2 conference) with tip-off at 7:30 PM. 

Women's College Basketball: Marquette's skid against UW-Green Bay ends

Marquette ended a 6-game losing streak in its series against UW-Green Bay on Saturday with an 80-54 victory. The 19th ranked Golden Eagles improved their record to 8-2 behind 18 points from Natisha Hiedeman. Frankie Wurtz led the Phoenix with 12 points as they drop to 4-5 on the season.

 

UW-Green Bay will host Wisconsin Parkside Tuesday night. Marquette hosts Binghamton tomorrow night. 

Basketball a family affair at Southern Door

The Southern Door boys basketball team broke a Packerland Conference record Friday, the same record that several parents of the current team set 34 years earlier. Members of the 1983-1985 Southern Door teams were honored before the varsity tip-off as friends and family looked on, including some watching from the home bench. Mark LeCaptain was one of those honored and played on the 1983 and 1984 teams. His two sons, Nick and Derik, have played with the Eagles through their streak. He said infusing a competitive spirit in the boys when they were young was key to creating effective student-athletes.

 

 

Derik LeCaptain is a football commit to the University of Minnesota while Nick currently plays basketball at St. Norbert College. The 2018-2019 Eagles will go for 30 straight wins next Tuesday when they travel to Sevastopol.

High school boys basketball results from Friday

Many area boys basketball teams took to the floor on Friday, with several meeting conference rivals.

 

Luxemburg-Casco could not overcome the Foxes of Fox Valley Lutheran and took a 56-44 loss.

 

Green Bay NEW Lutheran strengthened its position within the Packerland Conference, dominating the Algoma Wolves for a 73-39 victory.

 

Oconto claimed a victory over a conference rival, taking a narrow 10-point win out of Sturgeon Bay.

 

Southern Door broke a record on Friday, picking up their 29th consecutive Packerland Conference victory over previously undefeated-in-conference foe Peshtigo 62-46.

 

 

Sturgeon Bay man on the fast track

A Sturgeon bay man experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Eric Murrock got to go 125 MPH on the Road Atlanta Racetrack. It all got started when he made a post on the Track Midwest Facebook Group saying he wanted to ride on the Road America track in Elkhart Lake, WI. That didn’t end up working out but he was then contacted by someone from Road Atlanta, saying if he could get his car down there, that that would drive him. So that’s what Eric did.

Professional drivers did laps with him as a passenger. Murrock was driven in his own car which is a Volkswagon R32 with a quite a few upgrades on it. He also drove in a Porsche GT3, which is where they topped out at 125 MPH. Eric described what it was like to ride.

 

 

Eric had an accident in July of 2010, which resulted in him having no movement below his chest and limited mobility with the hands and fingers. He tries to not let that stop him from chasing his dreams and doing what he wants.  Eric plans to go to other racetracks in the Midwest and go even faster than he did in Atlanta.

High School girls basketball Thursday night

Sturgeon Bay girls basketball got in the win column with a 52-35 victory over Sevastopol Thursday night. Sarah Bridenhagen led all scorers with a career-high 25 points. Ashley Alberts also scored a career-high 15 points for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay was down 12-2 in the first half and was able to fight back and overtake the Pioneers for the win.

 

 

Algoma topped Peshtigo 42-35 in a much-needed win for Coach Mark Zastro and the Wolves. Makayla Guilette led Algoma with 15 points.

Boys' basketball preview: Full Packerland Conference slate for Friday night

All area basketball teams will be locked up in conference matchups this evening with three being held in Door County.

 

Gibraltar will host Kewaunee in Fish Creek with both teams looking to get in the upper half of the conference standings. The Storm's Ryan Carmichael is 5th in the conference in scoring with 16.5 points per game while the Viking's Evan Henry is third in the league in rebounding with almost nine boards a game.

 

Southern Door and Peshtigo will lock horns in Brussels to give the other their first conference blemish of the season. Kyle Daoust is leading the conference in scoring as the Eagles look to get closer to 30 straight wins in Packerland play.

 

Algoma hosts NEW Lutheran as it looks to get its first conference win of the season.

 

Sturgeon Bay plays at home against Oconto where Carson Talbert leads the Packerland Conference in points with Dauost and also rebounding. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco will hit the road to play at Fox Valley Lutheran. The Spartans will put their perfect 5-0 start to the season against a Fox Valley Lutheran team still looking for its first victory on the young season.

 

Packerland conference play starts at 7:30 p.m. while Luxemburg-Casco gets underway at 7 p.m.

 

 

Girls basketball preview: Sevastopol battles Sturgeon Bay on parents' night

Local girls' basketball teams take the court Thursday night, including a special evening planned in Institute.

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers look to get their first conference win of the season when it hosts the Sturgeon Bay Clippers on parents' night. The Clippers are looking for their first win on the season while the Pioneers' Grace Brauer is currently third in the conference with 4.3 assists a game.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings will hit the road for a conference matchup when they face the Oconto Blue Devils. Their defense will have to stand tall against the Blue Devils' Mara Allen. She is leading the conference in rebounding with 15.1 a game and among the league's best in scoring with 17.5 points a contest. The Vikings' Abbigael Sitte leads the conference in assists with five a game.

 

The Algoma Wolves hope to keep pace with Southern Door and Kewaunee when the team travels to Peshtigo. Much like the Vikings, the Wolves defense will have to be stout against the Bulldogs' Lianna Baxter, who is leading the conference in scoring at 21 points a game. The Wolves counter with Makalya Guillette, who is averaging over 18 points a game. 

 

Kewaunee looks to keep its perfect start to the season alive when it travels to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran. The Storm is coming off their impressive 67-60 victory over D2 power Luxemburg-Casco earlier this week. 

 

Speaking of Luxemburg-Casco, the Spartans look to get back on the winning track when they return to conference play against Clintonville. The Spartans need the victory to keep pace in the Northeastern Conference with three teams currently ahead of them in the standings.

 

The Spartans tip off at 7 p.m., while the Packerland Conference games begin at 7:30 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling gets second crack at Wrightstown in multi-meet

Luxemburg-Casco wrestlers will travel to Little Chute Thursday night to face its conference foes, including a possible rematch against Wrightstown.

 

The Spartans got off to a rocky start in its first dual of the season against the Tigers, falling 40-15. Thursday's multi-meet includes Clintonville, Wrightstown, Little Chute, Freedom, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Oconto Falls, Marinette, and Waupaca. Four of the teams (Wrightstown- 1st, Freedom- 4th, Luxemburg-Casco- 5th, and Denmark- 7th) are currently state-ranked according to Wisconsin Wrestling Online.

 

Thursday's meet, which starts at 5 p.m., serves as a warm-up to the Spartans upcoming tournament in Rochester, Minnesota. 

Southern Door honoring basketball alumni

With the Southern Door boys’ basketball team claiming its record-tying 28th straight Packerland Conference victory Tuesday, the district has decided to reach out to the last team to do that same feat. The 1983-84 and 1984-85 teams have been invited back to Southern Door to be honored before the varsity tip-off on Friday against Peshtigo. Korey Mallien, activities director at Southern Door, said he’d like the word to spread quickly in the last couple of days before the game.

 

Southern Door is currently 4-2 on the season, with both losses coming against non-conference opponents. The district plans to honor wrestling alumni next week before their match with Two Rivers.

 

Players of the dominant 1980’s teams were: Greg Dantoin, Paul Antonissen, Scott Mauer, Dan Dantoin, Don Birmingham, Jeff DeJardin, Pete Claflin, Chris Delarwelle, Mike Price, Rob Conlon, Marty Marchant, Mark LeCaptain, Joe Pierre, Dean Seigworth, Steve Bretl, Mike Barker, Cory Lardinois, Kevin Brauer, Ken Dantoin, and head coach Bob Kinziger and assistant coach Jim Zellmer.

Luxemburg-Casco coach follows a legend

The legendary Mike Schanhofer coached the girls basketball team at Luxemburg-Casco High School for 26 years. During his tenure the program won 13 conference championships and 3 state titles. Jeff Jodar was a part of that history as he was an assistant under Schanhofer, and helped LC win their 3rd state championship in 2004. Now he is in his second stint as the head coach and is trying to get the program to the same heights as the old coach who passed away in July of last year.

 

 

Jodar does it in a different way, as he is a more laid back kind of coach while Schanhofer was an intense, fiery personality. The current coach considers it to be such a privilege to follow in the legend’s footsteps and is reminded of that everyday.

 

 

The Luxemburg-Casco girls (4-3 overall, 3-1 conference) basketball season continues tomorrow with a conference game at Clintonville (2-5 overall, 1-3 conference). Tip-off is at 7:00 PM. 

Packers and Bears revisit NFL's richest rivalry Sunday

The (5-7-1) Green Bay Packers travel to the (9-4) Chicago Bears Sunday for a noon kickoff at Soldier Field. Sunday will mark game No. 198 in the NFL’s oldest rivalry. The Packers hold a 97-94-6 edge in the series, which includes two playoff games (1-1). 

 

The Packers won the first meeting this season, 24-23, in Week 1. Green Bay has won 15 of the last 17 games against Chicago during the regular and postseason. Dating back to the 2016 season, the Packers have won five consecutive games over the Bears. Five of the last six games between the two at Soldier Field have been decided by single digits. 

 

Including the postseason Green Bay has won eight straight games at Soldier Field. The Packers have won four in a row at Chicago in December. Including a 2010 playoff victory at Chicago, Green Bay has won 21 of the last 25 meetings between the rivals at Soldier Field. Green Bay has scored 30-plus points at Chicago in four of the last five matchups (33, 38, 31, 30, 23). It is the third time since 2012 that the Packers have played at Chicago in Week 15 (2012, 2016). 

 

The Packers end the season with two road games in the final three weeks for the seventh straight year. In Week 16, Green Bay will play its final road game of the regular season, traveling east to take on the New York Jets. It will be the third December game at the Jets in team history (1981, 2002).

Packers add offensive lineman from Ravens

The Green Bay Packers signed guard Nico Siragusa to the active roster from the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad and placed offensive lineman Byron Bell on injured reserve. The transactions were announced Wednesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

Siragusa (6-4, 320) was originally drafted by the Baltimore Ravens out of San Diego State in the fourth round (No. 122 overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. He spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after suffering a knee injury in training camp. Siragusa has been on the Ravens’ practice squad for all of this season. He played in 54 games with 42 starts in college and was named a first-team All-American by USA Today and third-team All-American by The Associated Press as a senior. Siragusa will wear No. 56 for the Packers.

Southern Door boys basketball wins 28th consecutive conference game

There is no denying who the class of the Packerland Conference is again this year. Look no farther than Southern Door’s 28th straight conference win. On Tuesday it was a 68-53 for assistant coach Josh VandenBush (filling in as head coach) and the high flying Eagles. Southern Door swept the JV and JV2 games winning 61-58 and 36-32 respectively.

 

Sturgeon Bay suffered the toughest defeat Tuesday. The Clippers fell to N.E.W. Lutheran 59-56. Sam Meerstein was too much for Sturgeon Bay as he went off for 21 points to lead all scorers. Carson Talbert did the heavy lifting for Sturgeon Bay tallying 19 points while guard Mitchell Jackson added 16 points in the loss. Only three Clippers players tallied more than four points (Jake Schneider scored nine).

 

Sevastopol fell 59-56 to Peshtigo. Robby Pollman nailed four three-pointers and finished with 20 points but it wasn’t enough for the Pioneers. Brent Haberli scored 14 points in the loss. Cameron Noffke led Peshtigo with 16 points, Mitchell VanVooren added 11 points and Damon Jones scored 10 points in the win.

Valders takes it to Southern Door girls basketball

The Eagles never took flight Tuesday night in a non-conference girls basketball game against Valders. The Vikings sailed to victory 79-59 in the Town of Gardner. Valders had four players finish in double digits.

 

Kendra Dantoin had a solid game tallying 18 points for Southern Door. Hailey Shimon scored 14 and Grace LeGrave poured in 15 points in the loss. 

Spartans defeat Wrightstown, Coisman surpasses 1,000 points on WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys’ basketball won their fifth straight game with a 63-54 victory over the Wrightstown Tigers Tuesday night in North Eastern Conference game as Nathan Coisman eclipsed the 1,000-career point mark. 

 

The Spartans led 26-25 at halftime in a defensive see-saw affair that had numerous lead changes.  Coisman, who needed nine points to reach the milestone, came out quickly in the second half and surpassed the 1,000-point mark with a driving layup with 13:11 left in the game.  That put the Spartans up by eight points and the Tigers were unable to overcome the deficient. 

 

The Spartans were led by Anthony Otradovec with 16 points while Coisman and Sophomore Ryan Robillard chipped in 13 points.  L-C contained Wrightstown’s Mayson Hazaert who scored 11 points, nearly 20 points below his average of 30 points per game. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco (3-0, 5-0 overall) will now play Fox Valley Lutheran on Friday night.  The next L-C boys game broadcast on 96.7FM WBDK will be next Thursday, January 3rd at Southern Door.  The first Spartan girls game broadcast will be Friday, December 21 at Denmark.

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Jim Olson Motors Red Zone Packed Monday night

Green Bay Packers offensive linemen Lucas Patrick and Anthony Coyle appeared on the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone to help us celebrate the WRLU Team of the Week, DCY Swim. The young swimmers each got the opportunity to talk on the radio, many asking Patrick and Coyle a question live on 104.1 FM WRLU.

 

The show takes place at Jim Olson Ford every Monday and next week St. John Bosco student-athletes will join us as the WRLU Team of the Week. Lucas Patrick will be joined by special guest Aaron Jones next Monday night starting at 5:30 PM.

Packers path to the Playoffs

The Green Bay Packers somehow are still eligible for the 2018 NFL post-season. There is a big hill to climb including a (3-0) finish to the regular season including the biggest challenge this week at Chicago. If Green Bay beats the Bears Sunday they would need to finish out the year with wins at the New York Jets and at home against the Detroit Lions.

 

The Packers need a little help to get in as well. The Redskins, Eagles and Panthers must all lose at least one of their remaining three games. The Vikings would need to lose two of their remaining three games home against the Dolphins and Bears and at Detroit.

 

The Packers will need five total losses from four different teams plus a perfect end to their own season. Interim Head Coach Joe Philbin and his team are mathematically still alive for a run at the Super Bowl. The players are focusing on the one game at a time philosophy. However, most admit they will be scoreboard watching for the rest of the season.

Storm girls tops Spartans 67-60

The Kewaunee Storm scored 13 of the game's first 15 points en route to a 67-60 win over the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans Monday night. The Storm stayed perfect on the season thanks in part to getting to the line, getting twice as many attempts as the Spartans (30 to 15) and knocking down 23 in the process. Kewaunee's Sara Dax scored 25 points and while 13 points were registered by teammate McKenzie Tlachac. Cassie Schiltz scored 20 points and Jenna Jorgensen added another 15 in the loss for the Spartans. 

Boys' basketball preview: Sturgeon Bay looks to stay perfect

Four Packerland Conference games are slated to take place Tuesday evening as the season heads closer to winter break.

 

Sturgeon Bay looks to stay perfect on the season when it plays in Green Bay against NEW Lutheran. The Clippers' Carson Talbert is averaging a double-double in his senior season and leads the conference in scoring and rebounds.

 

The winter edition of the War on the Shore gets its first matchup of the season when the Algoma Wolves travel to Kewaunee to take on the Storm. Both teams are looking for their first Packerland Conference victory of the young season.

 

Southern Door hopes to add another conference win to its resume when it travels to Oconto. Kyle Daoust is second in the conference in scoring at 22 points a game and recently celebrated his 1,000th point in an Eagle uniform.

 

Sevastopol travels to Peshtigo for its Tuesday night matchup. The Pioneers got their first win of the season last week in a 61-56 victory over NEW Christian Home School. 

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco boys host Wrighstown on WBDK Tuesday night

Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys basketball will play host to the Wrightstown Tigers in a North Eastern Conference game in a battle of undefeated teams. 

 

The Spartans (2-0, 4-0 overall) are coming off a 70-55 victory over Clintonville last Friday while the Tigers (2-0, 4-0 overall) defeated Brown Deer 75-62 in a non-conference game. 

 

Senior Nathan Coisman is nine points away from hitting the 1,000 point mark in his career at Luxemburg-Casco. 

 

The pregame show will begin at 7:00 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM with tip-off at approximately 7:15 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will be on the broadcast which will also be streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

Wrestling Round-up: Worachek duo, Severin, and Jorns claim individual tournament titles

Local Door and Kewaunee county schools headed to three different wrestling tournaments over the weekend, claiming four individual titles.

 

In Suamico, Reece and Colton Worachek each won titles in their respective weight classes to lead the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans to a 3rd place finish at the Battle on the Bay Tournament held at Bay Port High School. Bryce Bosman, Lucas Joniaux, and Nathan Ronsman also made the finals. Southern Door also took part in the Battle on the Bay with Grant Englebert the Eagle's top wrestler on the day with a 9th place finish.

 

In Brillion, Jeremy Jorns won his weight class at the school's Invitational to lead the way for Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol. The team was undermanned at only five wrestlers, but four of them made it as far as the tournament's semi-final round.

 

In Wabeno, Kewaunee's Jack Severin was impressive as he took the top honors at the Rebel Invitational. Several other wrestlers took home hardware as the Storm took fifth as a team. 

 

Read below for individual results

 

Battle on the Bay 2018 Results for Luxemburg-Casco

106

Ty Paider (2-3) placed 14th.

Round 1 - Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Hunter Bertrand (Bay Port) 2-6 (UTB 5-4)

Round 2 - Collin Hansen (DePere) 3-2 won by fall over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:19)

Cons. Round 1 - Joey Showalter (Elkhorn) 2-2 won by fall over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:40)

Cons. Round 2 - Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Graeson Pankratz (Oconto Falls) 1-4 (Fall 1:54)

13th Place Match - Andrew Martin (Pewaukee) 2-2 won by major decision over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (MD 15-1)

106

Tyler Derenne (4-1) placed 17th and scored 9.0 team points.

Round 2 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won in sudden victory - 1 over Jaden Ganter (Oconto Falls) 1-4 (SV-1 4-2)

Round 3 - Brendan Schaaf (Wrightstown) 7-2 won by fall over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 (Fall 0:51)

Cons. Round 1 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 2:59)

17th Place Match - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Braeden Halverson (Bay Port) 2-3 (Fall 0:44)

113

Hunter Joniaux (3-1) placed 5th and scored 35.0 team points.

Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-1 won by decision over Kaden Rosas (Franklin) 26-18 (Dec 11-9)

Quarterfinal - Jager Eisch (Oconto Falls) 32-14 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-1 (Fall 2:43)

Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-1 won by fall over Nicholas Huckins (Green Bay Preble) 15-15 (Fall 4:28)

5th Place Match - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-1 won in sudden victory - 1 over Brendan Konitzer (Oconto Falls) 9-12 (SV-1 5-3)

120

Clay Kollross (0-3) placed 18th and scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Tyler Goebel (Mukwonago) 36-13 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 (Fall 3:03)

Round 2 - Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 (Fall 1:50)

Cons. Round 1 - Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)

17th Place Match - Aaron Botsch (Brookfield East) 3-2 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 (Fall 1:13)

126

Lucas Joniaux (49-9) placed 2nd and scored 47.0 team points.

Round 1 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 49-9 won by tech fall over Alex Saulnier (Appleton North) 2-4 (TF-1.5 4:28 (16-0))

Round 3 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 49-9 won by tech fall over Alec Ukkola (West De Pere) 4-2 (TF-1.5 4:31 (17-0))

Quarterfinal - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 49-9 won by major decision over Cole Tenor (Denmark) 28-15 (MD 10-2)

Semifinal - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 49-9 won by decision over Luke Eliszewski (Mukwonago) 29-15 (Dec 7-6)

1st Place Match - Jon Bailey (Sparta) 33-1 won by decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 49-9 (Dec 9-5)

132

Luke Shefchik (5-14) placed 16th and scored 7.0 team points.

Round 2 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-14 won by fall over Tyler Downs (Oshkosh West) 3-4 (Fall 3:39)

Round 3 - Noah Leisgang (Ashwaubenon) 48-6 won by fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-14 (Fall 3:31)

Cons. Round 1 - Connor Halverson (Bay Port) 25-19 won by fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-14 (Fall 5:29)

Cons. Round 2 - Stephen Multhauf (Brookfield East) 8-8 won by major decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-14 (MD 8-0)

15th Place Match - Cam Maderski (Pewaukee) 14-16 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-14 (Dec 7-0)

138

Bryce Bosman (54-3) placed 2nd and scored 47.0 team points.

Round 1 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 54-3 won by fall over Logan Paplham (Denmark) 3-3 (Fall 1:51)

Round 3 - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 54-3 won by fall over Nathan Lightsey (Elkhorn) 5-10 (Fall 1:11)

Quarterfinal - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 54-3 won by decision over Collin Derenne (Green Bay Preble) 24-16 (Dec 8-2)

Semifinal - Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 54-3 won by decision over Noah Martin (Pewaukee) 42-14 (Dec 4-1)

1st Place Match - Connor Thorpe (Brookfield East) 50-4 won by decision over Bryce Bosman (Luxemburg-Casco) 54-3 (Dec 10-7)

145

Isaac Blohowiak (26-18) placed 8th and scored 25.0 team points.

Round 1 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-18 won by fall over Daniel Acevedo (Elkhorn) 0-4 (Fall 4:11)

Round 3 - Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-18 won by decision over Hunter Mashl (DePere) 21-21 (Dec 16-10)

Quarterfinal - Ben Durocher (Wrightstown) 43-9 won by fall over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-18 (Fall 1:07)

Cons. Round 2 - Nate Stokhaug (Mukwonago) 35-20 won by fall over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-18 (Fall 1:07)

7th Place Match - Tyler Schanen (Muskego) 21-20 won by decision over Isaac Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-18 (Dec 7-1)

145

Hunter Bohm (2-3) placed 21st.

Round 1 - Daniel Stilling (Elkhorn) 44-6 won by fall over Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:25)

Round 2 - Joe Desotelle (Mishicot) 12-19 won by fall over Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:14)

Cons. Round 1 - Brian Priebe (Bay Port) 2-3 won by fall over Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:54)

Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

21st Place Match - Hunter Bohm (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Fred Allenstein (Brookfield East) 0-4 (Fall 2:48)

152

Nathan Ronsman (48-13) placed 2nd and scored 48.0 team points.

Round 1 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by tech fall over Kaden Walske (Mishicot) 2-19 (TF-1.5 2:00 (16-1))

Round 3 - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by fall over Kris Johnson (Pewaukee) 8-17 (Fall 1:38)

Quarterfinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by tech fall over Matt Arnoldi (Bay Port) 17-12 (TF-1.5 5:23 (17-2))

Semifinal - Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by decision over Walker VandeHey (Wrightstown) 35-14 (Dec 4-3)

1st Place Match - Clayton Whiting (Oconto Falls) 5-0 won by decision over Nathan Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 (Dec 5-2)

160

Colton Worachek (48-13) placed 1st and scored 51.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by fall over Kane Nelson (Bay Port) 1-9 (Fall 1:32)

Round 3 - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by fall over Kahler Geyer (Escanaba) 5-6 (Fall 1:52)

Quarterfinal - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by decision over Nick Starich (Pewaukee) 37-15 (Dec 5-1)

Semifinal - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by decision over Colman Karl (Elkhorn) 40-10 (Dec 5-4)

1st Place Match - Colton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 48-13 won by decision over Connor Collins (Oshkosh West) 40-12 (Dec 6-2)

170

Reece Worachek (45-15) placed 1st and scored 55.0 team points.

Round 1 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 45-15 won by fall over Hayden Kincade (DePere) 1-5 (Fall 2:30)

Round 3 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 45-15 won by fall over Jahmil Key (Franklin) 7-15 (Fall 0:00)

Quarterfinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 45-15 won by fall over Max Hrubecky (Mishicot) 23-21 (Fall 1:07)

Semifinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 45-15 won by major decision over Joe Sklenar (Pewaukee) 31-18 (MD 20-6)

1st Place Match - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 45-15 won by major decision over Aaron Schmitz (Mukwonago) 19-14 (MD 12-2)

182

Luke VanDonsel (3-2) placed 17th and scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jake Dessart (East Troy) 37-18 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Fall 0:45)

Round 2 - John Reiske (Muskego) 2-3 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 (Fall 0:19)

Cons. Round 1 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)

17th Place Match - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-2 won by fall over Spencer Brunelle (Escanaba) 3-11 (Fall 4:16)

195

Max Allen (2-3) placed 15th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Nathan Moynihan (Ashwaubenon) 33-16 won by tech fall over Max Allen (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (TF-1.5 4:31 (19-4))

Round 2 - Max Allen (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Scott Pendergraft (Escanaba) 4-5 (Fall 1:27)

Cons. Round 1 - Tim VandeVoort (Wrightstown) 25-19 won by fall over Max Allen (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:47)

Cons. Round 2 - PJ Cullen (Pewaukee) 6-10 won by forfeit over Max Allen (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (For.)

15th Place Match - Max Allen (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by forfeit over Mason Karl (Denmark) 1-4 (For.)

195

Joseph Chervenka (2-3) placed 21st.

Round 1 - Justin Eichler (Mukwonago) 31-16 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:51)

Round 2 - Devyn Boehler (Muskego) 9-27 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 5:40)

Cons. Round 1 - Caleb Carlton (Oconto Falls) 10-19 won by decision over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Dec 12-6)

Cons. Round 2 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

21st Place Match - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Ethan Brossard (Mishicot) 2-13 (Fall 2:27)

220

Travis LeGrave (5-5) placed 10th and scored 24.0 team points.

Round 2 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-5 won by fall over Matt Doherty (Bay Port) 2-3 (Fall 1:18)

Round 3 - Josh Keskinen (Pewaukee) 25-10 won by decision over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-5 (Dec 6-3)

Cons. Round 1 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-5 won by fall over Logan Koel (Wrightstown) 20-18 (Fall 0:40)

Cons. Round 2 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-5 won by fall over Owyn Neuman (West De Pere) 7-8 (Fall 1:53)

9th Place Match - Trevor Knapp (Rhinelander) 4-1 won by fall over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-5 (Fall 3:32)

285

Kyle Kroll (11-13) placed 7th and scored 30.0 team points.

Round 2 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-13 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-13 won by fall over Max Carpenter (Appleton North) 11-12 (Fall 0:00)

Quarterfinal - Isaac Klarkowski (Green Bay West/East/Southwest) 41-7 won by fall over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-13 (Fall 1:21)

Cons. Round 2 - Bryce Graef (West De Pere) 27-13 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-13 (Dec 9-6)

7th Place Match - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 11-13 won by fall over Avery Martell (Oshkosh West) 20-11 (Fall 1:49)

Battle on the Bay 2018 Results for Southern Door

106

Austin Farley (0-4) placed 20th and scored 0.0 team points.

Round 2 - Adeline Koltz (Wrightstown) 2-3 won by tech fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 (TF-1.5 5:34 (15-0))

Round 3 - Michael Smith (Appleton North) 33-17 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 0:42)

Cons. Round 1 - Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 2:59)

19th Place Match - Hunter Bertrand (Bay Port) 2-6 won by tech fall over Austin Farley (Southern Door) 0-4 (TF-1.5 4:00 (18-2))

113

Austin Falish (6-14) placed 8th and scored 23.0 team points.

Round 2 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 6-14 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Austin Falish (Southern Door) 6-14 won by decision over Nico Gonzales (Pewaukee) 8-9 (Dec 8-4)

Quarterfinal - Collin Arnt (Escanaba) 27-12 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 6-14 (Fall 0:42)

Cons. Round 2 - Brendan Konitzer (Oconto Falls) 9-12 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 6-14 (Fall 3:09)

7th Place Match - Nicholas Huckins (Green Bay Preble) 15-15 won by fall over Austin Falish (Southern Door) 6-14 (Fall 1:38)

120

Dylan Wessel (1-3) placed 15th and scored 9.0 team points.

Round 2 - Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 won by fall over Clay Kollross (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-3 (Fall 1:50)

Round 3 - Tyler Goebel (Mukwonago) 36-13 won by fall over Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 1:09)

Cons. Round 1 - Fahad Aziz (Franklin) 19-23 won by fall over Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 1:16)

Cons. Round 2 - Jack Zangl (Oshkosh West) 6-6 won by fall over Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 2:38)

15th Place Match - Dylan Wessel (Southern Door) 1-3 received a bye () (Bye)

126

Shaun Tooley (1-3) placed 19th.

Round 1 - Nate Carerros (Pewaukee) 23-18 won by fall over Shaun Tooley (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 3:38)

Round 2 - Tyler Budz (Oconto Falls) 18-15 won by fall over Shaun Tooley (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 0:22)

Cons. Round 1 - Shaun Tooley (Southern Door) 1-3 won by fall over Will Swanson (Rhinelander) 2-3 (Fall 1:50)

Cons. Round 2 - Alex Saulnier (Appleton North) 2-4 won by fall over Shaun Tooley (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 2:41)

19th Place Match - Shaun Tooley (Southern Door) 1-3 received a bye () (Bye)

126

Thomas Grosbeier (0-4) placed 22nd.

Round 1 - Micky Kiernan (Ashwaubenon) 20-11 won by fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 0:37)

Round 2 - Mitchel Kopish (Green Bay Preble) 22-16 won by fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 0:34)

Cons. Round 1 - Elijah Komp (Bay Port) 3-2 won by fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 1:14)

Cons. Round 2 - Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 0-4 received a bye () (Bye)

21st Place Match - Will Swanson (Rhinelander) 2-3 won by medical forfeit over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 0-4 (M. For.)

126

Kyle Conard (28-17) placed 14th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 2 - Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 28-17 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Cole Tenor (Denmark) 28-15 won by fall over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 28-17 (Fall 4:26)

Cons. Round 1 - Alec Ukkola (West De Pere) 4-2 won by decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 28-17 (Dec 6-1)

Cons. Round 2 - Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 28-17 won by fall over Thomas Slack (Elkhorn) 5-4 (Fall 5:18)

13th Place Match - Lucas Mandella (Brookfield East) 18-21 won by major decision over Kyle Conard (Southern Door) 28-17 (MD 17-7)

132

Griffin Slezewski (36-17) placed 14th and scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 36-17 won by major decision over Jack Schmitz (Denmark) 6-6 (MD 12-3)

Round 3 - Sean Rietz (Wrightstown) 2-3 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 36-17 (Dec 9-7)

Cons. Round 1 - Tyler Lawson (Escanaba) 17-19 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 36-17 (Dec 8-5)

Cons. Round 2 - Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 36-17 won by major decision over Cam Maderski (Pewaukee) 14-16 (MD 13-5)

13th Place Match - Stephen Multhauf (Brookfield East) 8-8 won by decision over Griffin Slezewski (Southern Door) 36-17 (Dec 7-0)

138

Reece Robillard (0-6) placed 22nd and scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Austin Heim (Bay Port) 26-12 won by fall over Reece Robillard (Southern Door) 0-6 (Fall 1:05)

Round 2 - Eric Esser (Appleton North) 10-12 won by fall over Reece Robillard (Southern Door) 0-6 (Fall 0:33)

Cons. Round 1 - Tai Crowell (Ashwaubenon) 2-3 won by fall over Reece Robillard (Southern Door) 0-6 (Fall 1:15)

Cons. Round 2 - Reece Robillard (Southern Door) 0-6 received a bye () (Bye)

21st Place Match - Eli Benfield (Mishicot) 8-23 won by fall over Reece Robillard (Southern Door) 0-6 (Fall 2:41)

152

Grant Englebert (24-12) placed 9th and scored 22.0 team points.

Round 1 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 24-12 won by decision over Gavin Ostermann (Rhinelander) 3-2 (Dec 9-6)

Round 3 - Reece Piontek (Denmark) 25-17 won by decision over Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 24-12 (Dec 4-0)

Cons. Round 1 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 24-12 won by major decision over Preston Ehlinger (DePere) 4-3 (MD 17-9)

Cons. Round 2 - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 24-12 won by decision over Tye Klass (Sparta) 3-2 (Dec 6-2)

9th Place Match - Grant Englebert (Southern Door) 24-12 won by decision over Marty Kiernan (Ashwaubenon) 23-18 (Dec 5-3)

195

Riley Phillips (0-4) placed 23rd and scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Tim VandeVoort (Wrightstown) 25-19 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 1:54)

Round 2 - Madden Connelly (Sparta) 10-14 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 0:52)

Cons. Round 1 - Scott Pendergraft (Escanaba) 4-5 won by fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 0-4 (Fall 3:17)

Cons. Round 2 - Ethan Brossard (Mishicot) 2-13 won by tech fall over Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 0-4 (TF-1.5 4:00 (15-0))

23rd Place Match - Riley Phillips (Southern Door) 0-4 received a bye () (Bye)

220

Brody Overbeck (1-3) placed 19th and scored 3.0 team points.

Round 1 - T.J. Weidman (Denmark) 5-0 won by fall over Brody Overbeck (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 0:57)

Round 2 - Elijah Zielinski (Oconto Falls) 6-11 won by fall over Brody Overbeck (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 1:26)

Cons. Round 1 - Brody Overbeck (Southern Door) 1-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Trent Allaback (Appleton North) 3-2 won by fall over Brody Overbeck (Southern Door) 1-3 (Fall 1:54)

Rebel Invitational Results for Kewaunee

120

Logan Steinhorst (8-2) placed 2nd and scored 24.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-2 won by fall over Rowan Goodwin (Gillett/Suring) 2-6 (Fall 1:33)

Semifinal - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-2 won by fall over Lance Knight (Tomahawk) 7-2 (Fall 4:45)

1st Place Match - Cael Erickson (Cedar Grove/Belgium) 9-0 won by tech fall over Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-2 (TF-1.5 2:42 (16-0))

126

Jack Severin (10-0) placed 1st and scored 28.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 10-0 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 10-0 won by fall over Austin Blasius (Elcho) 5-5 (Fall 0:47)

Semifinal - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 10-0 won by fall over Carter Brunke (Athens) 8-2 (Fall 3:43)

1st Place Match - Jack Severin (Kewaunee) 10-0 won by decision over Tristen mascarette (Northwoods Storm) 3-1 (Dec 4-0)

132

Nathan VanGoethem (3-2) placed 6th and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Alex Bishop (Tomahawk) 8-1 won by fall over Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 3-2 (Fall 3:58)

Cons. Round 2 - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 3-2 won by fall over Walker Wissbroeker (Elcho) 1-2 (Fall 1:16)

Cons. Semi - Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 3-2 won by major decision over Ethan Wilcox (Kingsford) 2-2 (MD 10-0)

5th Place Match - Chase Ellenbecker (Athens) 8-2 won by decision over Nathan VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 3-2 (Dec 8-5)

152

Mason Jeanquart (4-6) placed 5th and scored 10.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 4-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Marcus Matti (Tomahawk) 5-3 won by fall over Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 4-6 (Fall 5:55)

Cons. Round 2 - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 4-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Semi - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 4-6 won by major decision over Erin Braun (Reedsville) 0-8 (MD 11-3)

5th Place Match - Mason Jeanquart (Kewaunee) 4-6 won by fall over Terry Helinger (Gillett/Suring) 3-6 (Fall 4:31)

160

Dylan Steinhorst (8-3) placed 5th and scored 13.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-3 won by fall over Henry Hanson (Gladstone) 0-2 (Fall 0:32)

Quarterfinal - Saywer DeRuyter (Cedar Grove/Belgium) 8-1 won by decision over Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-3 (Dec 6-4)

Cons. Round 2 - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-3 won by decision over Evan Townsend (Wabeno-Laona) 3-4 (Dec 7-1)

Cons. Semi - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-3 won by fall over Dakota Birr (Coleman) 2-2 (Fall 1:28)

5th Place Match - Dylan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 8-3 won by fall over Hunter Wroblewski (Menominee) 3-3 (Fall 3:33)

170

Travis Reinke (8-2) placed 2nd and scored 24.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 8-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 8-2 won by fall over Thomas Thull (Gladstone) 0-2 (Fall 3:33)

Semifinal - Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 8-2 won by fall over Breed Shepard (Crandon) 8-2 (Fall 1:47)

1st Place Match - Josh TeStroete (Cedar Grove/Belgium) 9-0 won by decision over Travis Reinke (Kewaunee) 8-2 (Dec 6-2)

182

Jason Reinke (4-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 4-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Leone Peters (Menominee Indian) 6-4 won by fall over Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 4-4 (Fall 5:36)

Cons. Round 2 - Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 4-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Semi - Jaden Bemis (Crivitz) 3-2 won by fall over Jason Reinke (Kewaunee) 4-4 (Fall 3:00)

195

Cristopher Hewuse (3-5) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 3-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Aaron Duenk (Cedar Grove/Belgium) 6-2 won by fall over Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 3-5 (Fall 1:23)

Cons. Round 2 - Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 3-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Semi - John Danielson (Crivitz) 4-1 won by fall over Cristopher Hewuse (Kewaunee) 3-5 (Fall 1:29)

285

Paul Wery (7-3) placed 3rd and scored 18.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 7-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 7-3 won by fall over Jacob Eighmy (Elcho) 5-5 (Fall 2:51)

Semifinal - Mitchell Gore (Athens) 9-1 won by decision over Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 7-3 (Dec 12-10)

3rd Place Match - Paul Wery (Kewaunee) 7-3 won by major decision over Eddie Cardew (Kingsford) 4-2 (MD 15-6)

Brillion Invitational Results for Sturgeon Bay

120

Wyatt Coburn (2-3) placed 6th and scored 10.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ethan Flannery (Shiocton) 10-2 won by fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 3:46)

Round 2 - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 won by fall over Mavric Nohr (Brillion) 5-2 (Fall 4:29)

Round 3 - Andrew Christian (Shawano) 4-7 won by fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 0:23)

Consolation Bracket - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

5th Place Match - Mavric Nohr (Brillion) 5-2 won by decision over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Dec 7-3)

132

David Condra (2-3) placed 4th and scored 15.0 team points.

Round 1 - David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 won by fall over Isaac Birschbach (Winneconne) 3-2 (Fall 5:43)

Round 2 - David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - David Geiger (Brillion) 7-0 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 1:08)

Championship Bracket - Jared Sweno (Marathon) 4-1 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 0:45)

3rd Place Match - Sonny Barone (Winneconne) 5-6 won by decision over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Dec 8-6)

138

Peyton Hurth (5-5) placed 4th and scored 15.0 team points.

Round 1 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 won by fall over Carter Schmidt (Shawano) 8-3 (Fall 0:44)

Round 2 - Anthony Keuntjes (Winneconne) 6-0 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 (Dec 7-3)

Round 3 - Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 won by fall over Candon Yonke (Omro) 1-9 (Fall 1:06)

Championship Bracket - Nick Parrette (Peshtigo) 5-1 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 (Dec 13-9)

3rd Place Match - Karter Trace (Brillion) 5-2 won by decision over Peyton Hurth (Sturgeon Bay) 5-5 (Dec 6-4)

182

Jeremy Jorns (10-0) placed 1st and scored 34.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 10-0 received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 10-0 won by fall over Reese DeMarce (Peshtigo) 4-7 (Fall 3:26)

Round 3 - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 10-0 won by fall over Dylan Krings (Winneconne) 3-8 (Fall 4:31)

Championship Bracket - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 10-0 won by fall over William Winkler (Brillion) 3-2 (Fall 3:31)

1st Place Match - Jeremy Jorns (Sturgeon Bay) 10-0 won by decision over Jacob Kafer (Omro) 10-2 (Dec 3-1)

285

Nicholas West (6-4) placed 3rd and scored 21.0 team points.

Round 1 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 6-4 won by fall over Trevor Reif (Shiocton) 2-9 (Fall 0:21)

Round 2 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 6-4 won by fall over Austin Schmidt (Shawano) 3-2 (Fall 3:00)

Round 3 - Mitchell Potratz (Omro) 8-3 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 6-4 (Fall 2:45)

Championship Bracket - Nick Kohn (Shawano) 9-1 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 6-4 (Fall 0:23)

3rd Place Match - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 6-4 won by fall over Kody Klimek (Peshtigo) 4-7 (Fall 1:35)

Girls' basketball preview: Kewaunee County teams in action

A cross-county matchup highlights Monday's slate of games of high school girls' basketball.

 

Kewaunee will look to keep their perfect season alive when it travels to Luxemburg-Casco for a match-up beginning at 7:15 p.m. Both teams are coming off wins their last time's out.

 

Algoma will head south of the county border for its Monday night match-up against Manitowoc Lutheran. The Wolves are also coming off a victory with their only blemish on the season a loss to undefeated Kewaunee.

Packers Kumerow & Patrick at Jim Olson Motors Red Zone Monday

The DCY Swim Team will be honored as the WRLU Team of the Week tonight on the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone. The weekly Packers talk show with feature guest hosts offensive lineman Lucas Patrick and wide receiver Jake Kumerow. The show runs from 5:30-7:00 p.m. and takes place at the Jim Olson Motors Ford store in Sturgeon Bay. 

Packers soar past Falcons 34-20

The Green Bay Packers scored 34 unanswered points in a 34-20 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

 

After giving up the opening score, the Packers scored a touchdown on its opening drive to even the score at 7-7. Sandwiched between two field goals by Mason Crosby was an interception returned for a touchdown by Bashaud Breeland. Third quarter touchdowns by Randall Cobb through the air and Aaron Jones on the ground put the game out of reach for the Packers, even though Falcons did score two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to make it a little bit closer. 

 

Sunday marked the first game not led by former head coach Mike McCarthy since 2006 and the first win for interim head coach Joe Philbin since he coached the Miami Dolphins in 2015. Though still mathematically alive in the wild card, the Chicago Bears 15-6 victory over the Los Angeles Rams officially ended NFC North title hopes for the Packers. 

 

Kenny Clark named Packers Man of the Year nominee

By Kate Hermsen

 

Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Kenny Clark has been named the Packers’ team nominee for the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which recognizes a player for his excellence on and off the field and is among the league’s most prestigious awards.

 

Three of the nominees will be selected as finalists for the award, named for Hall of Fame Chicago Bears running back, Walter Payton. Each of the league’s 32 nominees were announced today, and finalists will be announced in January.

 

As a nominee, Clark will wear a Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year helmet decal through the end of the season in recognition of his accomplishments on and off the field. New this year, all 32 team winners will be highlighted as finalists and recognized for their important work during the weekend leading up to Super Bowl LIII.

 

The winner will be announced in Atlanta at NFL Honors, a two-hour primetime awards special to air nationally on Feb. 2, the eve of Super Bowl LIII, on CBS. The award winner will receive $500,000 in his name, half of which will be donated to expand Character Playbook, the NFL and United Way’s digital character education program. The other half will be donated to the charity of his choice.

 

All other 31 nominees will receive a donation of $50,000 in their name to expand Character Playbook, and an additional donation of up to $50,000 to their charity of choice.

For the fourth year, each Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee will also take part in the Charity Challenge, a social media challenge that encourages fans to tweet using a unique hashtag for each player. The player hashtag that generates the most mentions between Dec. 6 and Jan. 13 will win an additional $25,000 donation to the charity of his choice.

 

Fans can support Clark by tweeting with the hashtag #WPMOYChallenge + Clark to help him earn a donation to his chosen charity, Prison Fellowship – Angel Tree, a program that helps incarcerated parents give gifts to their children on holidays and birthdays.

In his third season in the NFL and with the Green Bay Packers, Clark was selected as the Packers’ nominee to honor his continual investment of his time and talents outside of football in the community.

 

A leader on Green Bay’s defense, Clark has made his presence known both on and off the field, investing his time and talents into the community. For the past three years, he has found numerous ways to make an impact, from donating celebrity dinners to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay, to spending time with the Make-A-Wish children that visit Packers practices and games throughout the year.

 

Prior to the 2018 season, he was one of six current and former players that took part in the 2018 Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour, traveling throughout southern Wisconsin, eastern Iowa and the Milwaukee area to visit fans and raise money for local nonprofits.

 

Clark has also participated in the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign to help raise funds for the annual program, and he raised money for Northeast Wisconsin Technical College at the Packers Give Back Celebrity Bowling event. In addition, he’s dedicated his time back home in California, where he hosted his second annual youth football camp this past summer.

 

For more information on the team nominees and the award, visit NFL.com/manoftheyear.

Varsity boys basketball Thursday night

By Nick Freimuth

 

Sturgeon Bay earned a big win in Packerland Conference boys basketball Thursday night 65-56. Carson Talbert had a big game tallying 24 points with a solid inside-out game. Jake Schneider scored 16 points and Gunnar Tebon added 12 points in the win. Ryan Carmichael led the STorm with 13 points. Alex Rohr added 11 points and Alex Hewett notched 10 points in the loss.

 

Gibraltar eased past Algoma 73-42 in a dominant performance. Evan Henry led all scorers with 20 points. Trevor Reinhardt poured in 15 points and Andras Szakala tallied 11 points in the win. Brevin Robertson led the Wolves with 15 points.

 

Southern Door flew past N.E.W. Lutheran 73-57 behind their “Big 3.” Kyle Daoust scored 25 points, Ryan Claflin accounted for 21 points and Derik LeCaptain contributed 15 points in the win.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling tops Little Chute 51-24

By Tim Kowols

 

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans captured their first conference win of the season with a 51-24 victory over the Little Chute Mustangs in North Eastern Conference wrestling. The match comes after the first rankings of the season came out, placing the Spartans at number five in the state. Individual wrestlers ranked in the state include Hunter Joniaux honorable mention at 113, Lucas Joniaux #3 at 126, Bryce Bosman #1 at 138, Nathan Ronsman #5 at 152, Colton Worachek #7 at 160, & Reece Worachek #1 at 170.

 

The Spartans join Southern Door at the Battle on the Bay at Bay Port High School on Saturday.

Algoma newest member in 8-man football shake-up

By Tim Kowols

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers will have nine new teams to defend their WIAA 8-man football crown from in 2019, including Packerland Conference rival Algoma.

 

The WIAA announced changes to the 8-man football league Thursday, which could expand to as many as 48 teams in 2020. Algoma filed their paperwork to join 8-man football after the program spent its entire lifespan in 11-man football. Gibraltar and Sevastopol will see some foes go away next season as well. Oneida Nation and NEW Lutheran will merge with Providence Academy to form a co-op team, taking at least one game off the schedule. Gone also is Menominee Indian, which will make the move to 11-man football in 2019.

 

Algoma will not be eligible for the state playoffs for the near future as its three-year enrollment is above the 200-student threshold requirement. NEW Lutheran, a perennial power in 8-man football for years before this season, will also not be eligible for the same reason when its team merges.

Packers & Falcons have plenty of history

By Nick Freimuth

 

The 2018 season for the Packers and Falcons has been one of mystery. Each team has incredible talent at quarterback and some explosive weapons surrounding Matt Ryan and Aaron Rodgers. Wide receivers Julio Jones and Davante Adams are two of the top receiving threats in the NFL. Their records however tell a much different story. Green Bay is just (4-7-1) on the season while Atlanta is only (4-8). The week 14 matchup on paper when the schedule was released looked like one of the best of the entire season. Now it is more a game of draft pick placement then playoff seeding. While each team is still mathematically eligible for the postseason, the number of things that need to happen for them to get in is overwhelming.

 

The Packers have won three of the last five regular-season meetings against the Falcons. In addition, nine of the last 11 regular-season matchups between the two teams have been decided by eight points or less, including six by three or fewer points.

 

Sunday’s noon kickoff from Lambeau Field will likely be the start of a very close game. Each team has plenty of talent. Much of the attention will be directed towards the Packers play-calling under new head coach Joe Philbin.

Full slate of basketball on tap for Thursday

By Tim Kowols

 

All area boys’ basketball teams will be in action tonight as the season begins to hit full throttle.

 

Luxemburg-Casco kicks off the slate with a road game at Clintonville beginning at 7:00 p.m.

 

Action continues locally at 7:30 p.m. with Gibraltar traveling to Algoma, Kewaunee battling at Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol playing in Institute against Oconto, and Southern Door hosting NEW Lutheran.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling kicks off weekend with conference dual

By Tim Kowols

 

Before joining Southern Door in Suamico on Saturday for the annual Battle on the Bay wrestling tournament, Luxemburg-Casco will host conference rival Little Chute Thursday night. The Spartans kicked off its dual meet season and conference slate on a sour note last week with a 40-15 loss. The team rebounded with three wins last Saturday against Bay Port, Green Bay Preble, and Sheboygan Falls.

 

While the Spartans and Eagles wrestling at Bay Port on Saturday, Kewaunee will wrestle in a tournament in Wabeno while Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol heads to Brillion for an invitational.

Packers list 15 injuries compared to six for Falcons

By Nick Freimuth

 

Predicting the outcome of Sunday’s game at Lambeau Field seems impossible with all the variables. A new head coach for Green Bay, a struggling Atlanta team, and the highest number of injuries Green Bay has endured all season. The Packers have 15 players struggling with injury while Atlanta has just six on their list of walking wounded. The teams released the initial injury report of the week following practice Wednesday. Here is a look at each team’s first injury report leading up to Sunday’s noon kickoff:

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

 

David Bakhtiari, T – Knee – Full Participation
Byron Bell, T/G – Knee – Did Not Participate
Hunter Bradley, LS – Ankle – Full Participation
Bashaud Breeland, CB – Groin – Limited Participation
Kentrell Brice, S – Ankle / Concussion – Limited Participation
Bryan Bulaga, T – Knee / Illness – Did Not Participate
Tra Carson, RB – Rib – Did Not Participate
Randall Cobb, WR – Hamstring – Limited Participation
Jimmy Graham, TE – Knee / Thumb – Did Not Participate
Raven Greene, S – Ankle – Did Not Participate
Kevin King, CB – Hamstring – Did Not Participate
Clay Matthews, LB – Ankle – Limited Participation
Aaron Rodgers, QB – Knee – Full Participation
Equanimeous St. Brown – Elbow – Full Participation
Lane Taylor, G – Foot – Limited Participation

 

ATLANTA FALCONS

 

Grady Jarrett, DT – Shoulder – Did Not Participate
Deion Jones, LB – Foot – Limited Participation
Julio Jones, WR – Foot – Did Not Participate
Foyesade Oluokun, LB – Knee – Limited Participation
Logan Paulsen, TE – Knee / Ankle – Did Not Participate
Calvin Ridley, WR – Hand / Elbow – Limited Participation

Packers place Kevin King on IR

By Nate LoCascio

 

The Green Bay Packers claimed defensive lineman Fadol Brown off waivers from the Oakland Raiders, claimed cornerback Natrell Jamerson off waivers from the Houston Texans and placed running back Tra Carson and cornerback Kevin King on injured reserve. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Wednesday.

 

Brown (6-4, 282), a first-year player out of the University of Mississippi, was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Oakland Raiders on May 5, 2017. After spending his rookie season on the Raiders’ practice squad, he played in eight games for Oakland this season, recording 17 tackles (14 solo) and a pass defensed. Brown will wear No. 98 for the Packers.

 

Jamerson (5-11, 201) was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the fifth round (No. 164 overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of the University of Wisconsin. He was claimed off waivers by the Houston Texans on Sept. 2 and played in 10 games, registering five tackles (all solo), a pass defensed and two special teams tackles (one solo). Jamerson will wear No. 21 for the Packers.

Boys Basketball non-conference basketball action

By Nick Freimuth

 

Southern Door won an overtime thriller against Denmark 72-68 at home Tuesday night. The Eagles led by six points at halftime, let Denmark tie it up at the end of regulation but persevered in the extra period. Derik LeCaptain scored 26 points to lead Southern Door. Kyle Daoust scored an incredible 24 points and Ryan Claflin added 13 points in the win.

 

Sevastopol topped North Eastern Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Association 60-55. Brent Haberli led the Pioneers with 19 points, Robby Pollman scored 18 and Johnny Jorns notched 10 points in the win. Sevastopol led 32-19 at halftime playing a great team defense throughout the first period.

Packerland Conference girls basketball scores

Southern Door took it to Peshtigo winning 61-39 in Packerland Conference girls basketball Tuesday night. Tehya Bertrand led all scorers with 18 points. Grace LeGrave p[oured in 16 points for the Eagles. Nicole Norton added 12 points in the win. Southern Door’s defense held the Blue Devils to just 15 points in the second half.

 

 

Oconto beat Sturgeon Bay 67-49. The Clippers were led by Sarah Bridenhagen with 20 points. Sturgeon Bay had seven players score but could not combat the lethal three-point shooting of Oconto.

 

Algoma kept pace with Kewaunee with a 66-39 win over N.E.W. Lutheran.

Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss

By Nick Freimuth

 

A tweet sent out at 10:59 AM Tuesday morning by associate head coach Winston Maas was apparently enough to get him fired. The tweet read:

 

“Ponder this…what Championship teams have are great leadership! Period! It’s not the offensive guru trend, it’s not the safe trend. Find somebody that is going to hold #12 and everybody in this building to a #LombardiStandard! Period! #losingsucks!

 

Moss later took to Twitter again hours later saying:

 

The Packers have informed me that there letting me go. #thankstwitter!

 

The Packers then issued a statement minutes after the second tweet stating:

 

The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with Associate Head Coach/Linebackers Winston Moss, Interim Head Coach Joe Philbin announced Tuesday.

“We thank Winston for his contributions to the Packers over the past 13 years,” said Philbin. “We hope for the best for Winston and his family moving forward.”

 

Moss then late last night had one more post before he called it a day:

 

I have served the Packers with all my heart and soul. I’ve given it my all. no regrets!

 

That was it for tweets and team announcements for Tuesday but it was certainly an unexpected turn of events at 1265 Lombardi Avenue. Moss is the first coach to go but the house cleaning will continue this offseason when a new head coach is named and brings in his own staff.

Luxemburg-Casco High School Girls Basketball Season

By Jonathan Bregman

 

The Luxemburg-Casco girls basketball team is off to a solid start this year as they’re trying to build off of last year’s terrific (17-6) season. Senior Cassie Schiltz is a team leader, and has committed to play college ball for the Phoenix of Wisconsin Green Bay. Jenny Bandow is the athletic director at Luxemburg-Casco and she says it’s not just a one-woman team.

 

 

 

 

In fact Cassie is not even the leading scorer this season, that’s senior Jenna Jorgensen, who is also the team’s leading rebounder. Head Coach Jeff Jodar is hoping to get contributions from everybody so they can win the North Eastern Conference after finishing second last year.

The Spartans take on Freedom tonight at Luxemburg-Casco at 7:00 PM

Packers move Campbell to IR and promote Donnerson

By Nate LoCascio

 

The Green Bay Packers signed linebacker Kendall Donnerson to the active roster from the practice squad, signed safety Tray Matthews and safety Jason Thompson to the practice squad and placed safety Ibraheim Campbell on injured reserve. The transactions were announced Tuesday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

Donnerson (6-3, 249) was originally selected by the Packers in the seventh round (No. 248 overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Southeast Missouri. He has spent the entire season on Green Bay’s practice squad. Donnerson finished his college career ranked No. 3 in school history in tackles for a loss (34.5) and No. 4 in sacks (12). As a senior, he earned first-team All-Ohio Valley conference honors after posting career highs in tackles (53), tackles for a loss (13.5) and sacks (six).

 

Matthews (6-1, 213), a rookie out of Auburn, was originally signed by the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent on May 4. After being waived/injured by the Vikings on Sept. 1, he was placed on injured reserve and then released on Sept. 11. Matthews spent a short time on the practice squad of the Indianapolis Colts. He began his college career at Georgia before transferring to Auburn, where he played in 36 games with 33 starts. Matthews will wear No. 34 for the Packers.

 

Thompson (6-2, 210), a first-year player out of the University of Utah, was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the New England Patriots on May 5, 2017. After being released following training camp, he spent some time on the practice squads of the Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks as a rookie. In 2018, Thompson was with the Dallas Cowboys early in the offseason and spent training camp with the Tennessee Titans. He was on the Washington Redskins’ practice squad for a brief time during the regular season. Thompson will wear No. 40 for the Packers.

Packers have a blast at Jim Olson Motors Red Zone with Strivers Gymnastics

By Nick Freimuth

 

Green Bay Packers Lucas Patrick and James Looney did split jumps, the splits and V-Up’s with the Strivers Gymnastics team live last night on the Jim Olson Motors Red Zone on 104.1 FM WRLU. The video evidence is on our FaceBook page this morning. Coaches and all gymnasts in attendance got the opportunity to appear on the weekly Packers talk show from Jim Olson Ford in Sturgeon Bay.

 

Next Monday from 5:30 – 7:00 PM the DCY Swim Team will be honored as the team of the week with Packers Lucas Patrick and James Kumerow appearing at Jim Olson Ford on 104.1 FM WRLU.

Packerland Conference girls basketball standings

By Nick Freimuth

 

Kewaunee stands alone atop the Packerland Conference in high school girls basketball after two weeks of league play. At (3-0) the Storm appears poised to stay at or near the top of the conference for the entire season. Their 1,000 point scorer Sara Dax has led them to a great start to the season. Add veteran coach Lynn Geier to the equation and the rest of the conference has an uphill climb to catch the Storm. Peshtigo is also undefeated at (2-0) to start the year. The top six schools could all contend for the conference crown this season. A number of conference coaches agree that it will be very difficult for any one team to make it through the Packerland this season undefeated.

 

Here is a look at conference standings as provided by conference commissioner Mike Holtz:

 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

 

STANDINGS

 

DECEMBER 2, 2018

 

SCHOOL WON LOST
     
Kewaunee 3 0
     
Peshtigo 2 0
     
NEW Lutheran 2 1
     
Southern Door 2 1
     
Algoma 1 1
     
Gibraltar 1 1
     
Oconto 1 2
     
Sevastopol 0 3
     
Sturgeon Bay 0 3

 

Packerland Conference boys basketball standings

By Nick Freimuth

 

Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, N.E.W. Lutheran and Peshtigo all started off the Packerland Conference boys basketball season with wins in week one of the regular season. Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Oconto and Sevastopol were on the losing end of their week one matchups. Algoma was the lone idle team inside the conference the final week of November. Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz has issued the first conference standings below:

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

 

STANDINGS

 

SCHOOL WON LOST
     
NEW Lutheran 1 0
     
Peshtigo 1 0
     
Southern Door 1 0
     
Sturgeon Bay 1 0
     
Algoma 0 0
     
Gibraltar 0 1
     
Kewaunee 0 1
     
Oconto 0 1
     
Sevastopol 0 1

 

Door County Striver Gymnastics featured on Jim Olson Motors Red Zone tonight

 

By Nick Freimuth

 

Green Bay Packers players Lucas Patrick and James Looney will join us at the Jim Olson Ford location for the Red Zone on 104.1 FM WRLU. Door County Striver Gymnastics has been selected as the WRLU Team of the Week for their outstanding efforts so far this season. The show will begin at 5:30 PM and run through 7:00 PM. Both players will sign autographs, pose for pictures and answer studio audience questions live on the air. The show is free and open to the public.

Packers Coach Mike McCarthy fired

By Nick Freimuth

 

After 13 season coaching the Green Bay Packers including a Super Bowl victory and four NFC championship appearances, Coach Mike McCarthy was fired Sunday night following a 20-17 loss to the then (2-9) Arizona Cardinals. The move was only shocking in the swiftness of the firing. The Green Bay Packers now (4-8-1) have been known to move at a glacial pace in similar situations ala general manager Ted Thompson over the past handful of seasons.

 

Coach Mike McCarthy (125-77-2) certainly drew the ire of many fans since his last Super Bowl appearance in 2010. His quarterback (Aaron Rodgers) taking shots at him in post game press conferences this season certainly made the cries for his job even louder by the fanbase. The human component is always the most difficult side of a firing, however.

 

In his 13 years, Coach Mike McCarthy made many great friends in Wisconsin but especially in Door County where he and his wife Jessica and their daughters Gabrielle and Isabella had their second home and a boat slip at one of the public marinas. His countless Door County getaways may have come to an end with his release Sunday night as Coach McCarthy will be a very hot commodity on the open market. A likely landing spot for one of the greatest coaches in Packers history is Cleveland. With a bevy of former Packers front office members and players the Browns will certainly be targeting the veteran coach.

 

His ties to Door County may be best illustrated by the stories shared by the Sarkis Family. Megan Sarkis said Sunday night, “Coach Mike would call occasionally to check up on (her late husband) Jim and to find out how he was doing not only with his health but also to check up on his family and try to talk about regular things. Their conversations were about their true passions in their lives (their families). Mike McCarthy was so easy to talk with, so kind and generous in his time and his charitable giving.”

 

McCarthy was loyal to his players to the very bitter end. It would be impossible to find a quote from the coach that put the blame on a player. Last season McCarthy took responsibility for backup quarterback Brett Hundley “not being properly prepared to take over the team.” McCarthy wore that the entire season even as the fans grew louder and louder. When Green Bay played the Seahawks in Seattle just weeks ago, McCarthy sent Hundley (now a Seahawk) a text message after the game that was filled with love and appreciation for the young quarterback.  The text took Hundley aback. Never did the former Packers QB expect such a sincere and thoughtful message especially after the Seahawks had just beat Green Bay.

 

Stories like these make the character component the hardest part of the story. Mike McCarthy was “Packers People.” The organization has believed that the character of the man is of utmost importance. Coach McCarthy’s character was never in question over his 13 years in Green Bay.

 

The Packers had this release sent out by President and CEO Mark Murphy:

 

The Green Bay Packers have parted ways with Head Coach Mike McCarthy and named Joe Philbin interim head coach, President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Murphy announced Sunday.

 

“The 2018 season has not lived up to the expectations and standards of the Green Bay Packers. As a result, I made the difficult decision to relieve Mike McCarthy of his role as head coach, effective immediately,” Murphy said. “Mike has been a terrific head coach and leader of the Packers for 13 seasons, during which time we experienced a great deal of success on and off the field.  We want to thank Mike, his wife, Jessica, and the rest of the McCarthy family for all that they have done for the Packers and the Green Bay and Wisconsin communities. We will immediately begin the process of selecting the next head coach of the Green Bay Packers.”

 

The picture was the final shot taken of McCarthy at the podium as head coach of the Green Bay Packers. He was finishing his final answer to the media and moments later walked out of the media auditorium for the very final time as Packers Head Coach.

Packers fall at home to Cardinals

By Nick Freimuth

 

The Packers playoff hopes are over after a 20-17 loss at home against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday. Both offenses sputtered in a low scoring affair. The Packers first trailed in the game with 1:54 left in the third quarter. Green Bay would never regain the lead.

 

Green Bay first led 7-0 lead with 11:35 left in the second quarter on a fourth and four on one of the more risky play calls of the game by Coach Mike McCarthy. A 13-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Davante Adams was the 298th consecutive pass attempt Aaron Rodgers had thrown this season without an interception. It is a new franchise record that Aaron captured from Bart Starr who had two streaks 294 passes without interception in the 1960’s.

 

It would wind up being one of the lone bright spots in the game for Green Bay. The Cardinals didn’t do much in the game either but did just enough to end Green Bay’s playoff hopes and in essence their season. Running back Chase Edmonds scored both of Arizona’s touchdowns.

 

The Packers momentarily came back to life in the fourth quarter with their longest scoring drive of the season. Green Bay’s offense traveled 95 yards and tied the game at 17-17 with 5:26 left to play in regulation. Aaron Jones capped the drive with an eight-yard touchdown run.

 

Arizona regained the lead with 1:41 left in the fourth on a 44-yard field goal by Zane Gonzales. Mason Crosby had a chance to tie it at 20-20 as time expired but pushed a 49-yard field goal wide right.

 

Green Bay drops to (4-7-1) and Arizona improved to (3-9). The Packers host Atlanta next Sunday at noon.

Daniels & Davis done for the season

By Nate LoCascio

 

The Green Bay Packers activated wide receiver Jake Kumerow from reserve/injured; designated for return, signed fullback Danny Vitale to the active roster from the practice squad and placed defensive lineman Mike Daniels and wide receiver Trevor Davis on injured reserve. The transactions were announced Saturday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.

 

Kumerow, a 6-foot-4, 209-pound first-year player out of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, spent the last week of the 2017 season on Green Bay’s practice squad. After suffering an injury in the preseason, he was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 3. Kumerow originally signed with the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent on May 8, 2015. He spent almost all of the 2015-16 seasons on the Bengals’ practice squad, and was promoted to the active roster in Week 17 in 2016. Kumerow was placed on injured reserve by Cincinnati on Aug. 10, 2017, before being released on Sept. 22. The Bartlett, Ill., native was signed to New England’s practice squad on Oct. 26, but was released by the Patriots on Nov. 9.

 

Vitale, a 6-foot, 239-pound third-year player, has been on the Packers’ practice squad since signing on Oct. 22. He 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, Vitale spent some time on the Buccaneers’ practice squad before being signed by the Cleveland Browns. In 2016-17, he 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. Vitale was waived/injured on Sept. 1, 2018, and released on Oct. 12.

Sturgeon Bay tops Gibraltar, Sevastopol falls to NEW Lutheran in boys basketball

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers overwhelmed the Gibraltar Vikings  82-55  in boys basketball on the road in Gibraltar Friday night. Carson Talbert led the Clippers with 17-points for the night, followed by Jake Schneider with 16 and Mitchell with 13.  High scorers for the Vikings were Evan Henry with 15 points on the night followed by Ardras Skala with 13.

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers were outscored by the NEW Lutheran Blazers 68-30 on the road Friday night in Green Bay.

 

Southern Door boys beat Kewaunee 78-55. Derik LeCaptain with 28, Kyle Daoust with 18 and Ryan Claflin with 16

 

In other boys basketball action:

 

Algoma 50 Gresham 49

Crivitz 66 Algoma 46

Gibraltar falls to Mishicot, Algoma bests Gresham in girls basketball

By Nick Freimuth

 

The Gibraltar Vikings girls basketball squad fell to Mishicot 62-43 before a home crowd Saturday in Fish Creek.  Payton Pluff led Gibraltar with 12 points. Abbi Sitte scored seven, Karlee Kita added six and sophomore Sophia Alexander scored five including a three-pointer at the buzzer for Gibraltar.

 

In other action:


Algoma 67 Gresham 23

Sturgeon Bay wrestlers take top honors at Papermaker Invitational

(Photo by Trevor Hasenjager)

 

By Terry Kovarik

 

Despite injuries, the Sturgeon Bay Schooners wrestling squad started the season with some top honors at the 16-team Kimberly Papermaker Invite. Placing 1st at 182lbs was Jeremy Jorns.  Jeremy was a state qualifier last year and is now 5-0 and is looking to improve on his 44-6 season last year. In the finals, he beat Travis Reinke from Kewaunee who was also a state qualifier last season. Placing 7th was senior Peyton Hurth at 138 and Sophomore Nick West at 285. They were both 3-2 on the day. Placing 10th was Junior Tristen Beauchamp, he was 1-4 on the day Also competing today was David Condra who placed 14th.

Athletic Director position often comes with more challenges than expected

By Connor Harbit

 

A couple of newer Door County athletic directors have said that the job is not nearly as simple as others sometimes think. There is a lot more that goes into the job than simply scheduling games and corresponding with parents. Korey Mallien, the activities director at Southern Door County School District, was a former sports editor who took on the job just before the 2018 school year. He said there are a lot of jobs that need to be done that usually go unnoticed by the public.

 

 

With so much to be done by one person, it can be a little overwhelming for those just stepping into the job. Todd Meikle, the athletics director at Sturgeon Bay, just recently filled the position earlier this year. He said that after serving in the role, he has a greater appreciation for those who have come before him.

 

 

Meikle also mentioned that another challenge athletic directors face is remaining within the guidelines of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Activities Association, the governing body for all Wisconsin school activities and athletics.

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