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Brewers start off home-stand with a win

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies 5-1 Monday night. Zach Davies started on the bump and kept on rolling like he’s been all season. He went a little over five innings not allowing a single run to set the tone for the night. 


Jesus Aguilar finally broke out of his early-season slump. He would launch two bombs in the game to give Milwaukee all the run support they would need. Christian Yelich sat out with a back injury. He is expected to be monitored the next couple of days before returning. 


The Brewers are just starting a 10 game homestand at Miller Park. The two teams will run it back on Tuesday for game two. Jhoulys Chacin will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:40. 

New era begins at Luxemburg Speedway

For the first time in three years, drivers at the Luxemburg Speedway will be working with a new promoter beginning this Friday. Ashley Stevens and Skyhigh Entertainment signed a contract to run the facility for auto racing with the county back in January. While he is new to promoting racing, he has been around the sport nearly his entire life as he grew up with the 141 Speedway near his family’s farm. Stevens has spent the last couple weeks getting the track ready for what he hopes is a full season of action. He says they are focusing on making everything family friendly.

The first night of racing at the Luxemburg Speedway slated for this season is May 3rd.



Packerland soccer in action

Area soccer teams will have to dodge puddles on the field when they play matches this afternoon. 


While Luxemburg-Casco has the night off, teams with Packerland Conference ties will face their rivals. Kewaunee hits the road to face Fox Valley Lutheran and Sevastopol/Gibraltar travels to Marinette. Both games begin at 4:30 p.m.


Area teams hit the track

Track teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties will hit the road for a pair of meets Tuesday.


Luxemburg-Casco will head to Freedom for a triangular meet facing the Irish and the Marinette Ships. First events begin at 4 p.m.


Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will head to Oconto for an invite, featuring the likes of Bonduel, Coleman, and Green Bay NEW Lutheran. First events begin at 3:45 p.m.



Baseball, softball teams try it again Tuesday

After rain washed away many of Monday's games, baseball teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties will try it again on Tuesday.


In the Northeastern Conference, Luxemburg-Casco will play host to a pair of games with the softball team battling Freedom and the baseball team facing Denmark. Both games start at 4:30 p.m.


In Packerland Conference action, baseball and softball games include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Oconto, Sevastopol hosting Gibraltar, and Southern Door heading out on the road to play Algoma. While the Southern Door/Algoma baseball game will start at 4:30 p.m., all others will start at 5 p.m. Kewaunee baseball plays at Reedsville beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Packers make roster moves

The Green Bay Packers have released guard Nico Siragusa and safety Jason Thompson. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Monday.


Siragusa was signed off of the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad to Green Bay’s active roster on Dec. 12, 2018, and was inactive for the final three games of the season.


Thompson spent the final four weeks of the 2018 regular season on the Packers’ practice squad.

Brewers fall short in series finale 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the New York Mets 5-2 Sunday afternoon. Gio Gonzalez started on the mound for the Brewers. He spent last season with the team and was just recently signed to add more pitching depth. Gonzales went five innings only giving up two earned runs in his first outing back. 


Mike Moustakas hit a two-run bomb in the seventh inning to tie the game up. Aside from that, Milwaukee had a tough time getting hits across from the rest of the lineup. Jacob Barnes would come on and allow two earned runs in the seventh and the game would slip out of reach from there. 


Milwaukee will now travel back home to start a series with the Rockies. Their record now sits at 15-14. Zach Davies is scheduled to take the mound Monday. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:40 from Miller Park. 

Game one - A Greek tragedy 

The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the Boston Celtics 112-90 in game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. After a long rest period from the last round, the Bucks came out a little sluggish. They would finish up the first quarter down 26-17 with not a lot of answers on the offensive end. 


It was an uphill battle all game as shots weren’t falling for Milwaukee. At points, you felt like the team was going to make a run similar to how they did all season. Nothing ever came to fruition. Giannis finished up the game with 22 points shooting 7 for 21 from the floor. Middleton chipped in 16 of his own. Milwaukee will need to find ways to free him up in game two and he needs to trust his teammates to make shots. 


The Bucks will now rest up before they play game two on Tuesday. Look for coach Bud to make the adjustments. Game two is now a must win for Milwaukee. Tip-off will be at 7:00 from the Fiserv Forum. 

Golf tees off Monday

Area golfers hit the links Monday for a pair of meets.


Luxemburg-Casco heads to Oneida Golf and Riding Club near Hobart to battle 11 other teams from the Green Bay area. Tee time is set for 9 a.m.


Packerland golfers will have a conference meet this afternoon in Peshtigo at Little River Golf Course beginning at 4 p.m.

Make-up games fill softball schedule

What was supposed to be a day off for many teams is now slated for games in area softball action.


Luxemburg-Casco had its doubleheader against Clintonville moved up from May 3rd to this afternoon at 4 p.m.


Sevastopol will host NEW Lutheran at 4 p.m. in a make up of their 4/18 slated game. 


Sturgeon Bay will play its regularly scheduled game against Two Rivers at 5 p.m. at the same time Southern Door makes up its 4/12 contest against Peshtigo. 


Gibraltar will hit the road for a 4:30 p.m. tilt against Valders.




Soccer kicks off week

Three area teams will kick off the final days of April with matches on Monday.


Luxemburg-Casco looks to stay unbeaten in Northeastern Conference play when it battles Little Chute at home at 4:30 p.m. The Spartans won their last game out, blowing out Marinette 6-0.


Sturgeon Bay will hit the road for a 4:30 p.m tilt against Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah.



Sevastopol's Zoe Kuehn breaks school record in the Triple Jump

Zoe Kuehn broke the Sevastopol school record for longest Triple Jump on Thursday at the Luxemburg-Casco Invitational. Kuehn jumped 33'11" which broke the record of Jon Walker who jumped 33'1" back in 1992.

Brewers knock around Syndergaard for the win

Christian Yelich hit his league-leading 14th home run off of Mets ace Noah Syndergaard to help lead the Brewers to an 8-6 victory at Citi Field in New York. Milwaukee was able to score 5 runs off of Syndergaard in his five innings of work. Ben Gamel also homered in the game.


Brandon Woodruff had a solid start going 5 innings only allowing one run and striking out six. Josh Hader pitched a perfect eighth and ninth inning to get the save.


It was the Brewers second straight win and they go for the sweep on Sunday at 12:10 PM.

Saturday softball roundup

It was a rough weather day on the diamond for area softball teams on Saturday.


Southern Door won in five innings at Sevastopol by a final score of 14-0. Grace LeGrave had three hits, scored four times, drove in two and pitched five shutout innings.


Algoma handled Peshtigo on the road 7-1. A four-run third inning got the Wolves going and they never looked back.

Saturday baseball results

It was a cold and cloudy day for baseball but the area teams toughed it out and got through it.


Southern Door won 9-3 over Sevastopol on the road despite the Pioneers having more hits than the Eagles.


Algoma went on the road for a conference matchup with Peshtigo and lost 11-1.


Gibraltar struggled to score and was shutout at home against Green Bay NEW Lutheran 2-0.

Packers wrap up with 2019 NFL Draft

The Packers opened up the third and final day of the 2019 NFL Draft with the 12th pick of the fifth round. They were one of the final teams in the NFL to make a Day 3 selection as Green Bay sent both of their fourth-round picks to Seattle to move up n the first round.


Green Bay drafted Kingsley Keke, a senior defensive tackle from Texas A&M. Keke tallied seven sacks in the SEC last season alone. The pick brings in another big body to the defensive lineman at 6’2” and 293 pounds.  The pick marked the second player the Packers drafted with their first four picks addressing the front-seven on the defense.


General Manager Brian Gutekunst added another member of the secondary with their first pick of the sixth round (#185). Ka'dar Hollman went from a walk-on at Toledo to the leader in the MAC with 12 breakups as a senior for the Rockets. At 6'0" and 190 pounds, Hollman ran the 40 in 4.34 seconds. Similar to the Packers' first-round selection Darnell Savage Jr., Hollman too has blazing speed.


The Packers then were back on the clock nine picks later. The offense got a boost with the selection of Notre Dame running back Dexter Williams. He led the Irish with 941 yards rushing with 12 touchdowns. Dexter "Juice" Williams stands 5'11" tall and 212 pounds and is known for a great burst. He will join Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams in the running back stable in Green Bay next season.


Green Bay's final selection in the draft was TCU inside linebacker Ty Summers. It was the fifth defensive selection our of Green Bay's eight picks. Summers was a two-time All Big 12 honorable mention selection. 

Brewers pound the Mets

The Brewers put a beating on the New York Mets on Friday night with a 10-2 victory in the Big Apple. It was a barrage of hits for Milwaukee as they didn't even hit a home run in the ballgame. They did all their damage in just three innings including putting up 5 runs in the 3rd and 4 runs in 5th. Lorenzo Cain went 2-5 with 2 runs scored and 3 RBI's. Matt Albers pitched 1 1/3 innings to get the win in relief.

Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol compete on the track

Both Sturgeon and Sevastopol were a part of a big field at St. Norbert College in a track and field meet on Friday. Both the boys and girls teams were there. Fifteen schools were participating in the meet.


The Sturgeon Bay boys came in ninth place with 35 team points. Sevastopol's boys finished 14th with 13 points.


The girls for both schools finished much better especially Sevastopol. The Pioneers came in fourth with 59.5 points. While the Clippers finished eighth with 34.

Luxemburg-Casco hosts first soccer game under the lights

In a historic night at Luxemburg-Casco, the Spartans made it extra special by winning in convincing fashion over Marinette. It was the first time L-C had played a home soccer game under the lights and they celebrated by winning 6-0. Brynn Holzwarth scored a hat trick and one assist.  Alexa Geniesse, Lauren Duey and Heather Iverson also scored goals for the Spartans. Natalie Haen picked up another shutout by making three saves.

Southern Door softball picks up non-conference victory

Kylie Neinas had 2 hits and 2 RBIs to lead Southern Door past Two Rivers on Friday on their home field. The final score was 6-3. Grace LeGrave scored 3 runs and pitched the final two innings to pick up the save.


Kewaunee edges Sturgeon Bay baseball

Kewaunee scored 5 runs in the 2nd inning and knocked off Sturgeon Bay 6-5 on the road Friday night. The Storm added a much-needed insurance run in the top of the seventh as Sturgeon Bay also scored a run to get within one in the seventh. But that was all the Clippers could muster and Kewaunee held on for the victory.


Wyatt Kruse had 3 RBI's for Kewaunee. He also pitched the last three innings of the game. Sturgeon Bay got three hits from Max Bordeau. Jake Schneider started on the mound for the Clippers.

Night 2 of NFL Draft has Packers on the offensive

The Green Bay Packers addressed depth at the offensive line and tight end positions with their second and third round draft picks Friday night. Night two of the NFL Draft saw Green Bay back on the clock with the 12th overall pick in the second round.


Elgton Jenkins was the Packers second-round selection. The Mississippi State center has versatility Green Bay desires. It was said that Jenkins could play any position along the entire offensive line. That may be a stretch but he will certainly give Green Bay stability and center and both guard positions. Jenkins stands 6'4" and weighs in at 310 pounds. 


With their lone third-round selection, the Packers selected a tight end at #75 overall. It is the highest the team has taken a tight end since Bubba Franks back in 2000. Jace Sternberger is someone Packers General Manager believes will be a matchup problem down the field.


Sternberger wore #81 at Texas A&M. The number is currently worn by Geronimo Allison. Sternberger is 6'4" and 251 pounds. 

L-C baseball loses another heartbreaker to Freedom 2-1

Thursday's game against Freedom was a heart breaker for the Luxemburg Casco Spartans, as they lost the lead late in a 2-1 defeat. The game was tied at one with Freedom batting in the bottom of the fourth when Freedom was able to single on a 0-2 count, scoring one run. The pitching was strong on both sides. Freedom's starter struck out nine, while Senior Captain Noah Lindsley was flawless through his first 3 frames. LC got things started in the first inning with a lead off single by Senior Captain Anthony Otradovec, who then stole and was knocked to third when Senior Captain Lance Tebon hit a deep fly to left that was mishandled by the fielder. With 2nd & 3rd and nobody out, LC was poised to have a big inning. A passed ball on the catcher allowed Otradovec to score one run for the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. Tebon was then left stranded on third, LC would not cross the plate for the remainder of the contest. Noah Lindsley took the loss for LC, he surrendered two runs on three hits over four innings, walking one. Anthony Otradovec went 1-for-2 at the plate to lead the offense. The loss is LC's third in a row bringing them to an overall .500 record at 5-5. 
Still in the think of the conference race LC travels to Oconto Falls today Friday, April 26th for a Doubleheader with first pitch slated at 3:30. 

Milwaukee Bucks round two playoff preview

The Milwaukee Bucks will open up their second-round Eastern Conference Playoff series with the Boston Celtics Sunday at noon from Fiserv Forum. These two teams went to seven games in the opening round of the playoffs last year with the Celtics winning the deciding game in 2018. 


The Bucks are a much different team in 2019. The #1 overall seed in the NBA will be home again Tuesday, April 30 for game two. The series moves to Boston Friday, May 5th and Monday, May 6th. 

Game five would swing back to Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 8th. Game six is scheduled for Boston on Friday, May 10th. A closeout game seven would be at Fiserv on Monday, May 13th.

Hat trick leads Clippers soccer to victory over Kewaunee

For the second game in a row, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers played in the rain, but tonight's game lasted the full 90 minutes and it was a solid conference win.  On a rain-soaked field, Captain Madison Starr scored in the first minute and finished the half with a hat trick.  Senior Captain Anna Fischer completed scoring for Sturgeon Bay with a quick goal in the second half.  Keeper McKenna Gibson had one save in goal for the Clippers.  "This was a nice win for our team.  Kewaunee has a young team this year and their coaches are working their magic.  SB midfielders, Captain Claire Tellstrom, and Gracen Spritka, worked tirelessly in terrible conditions to build our attack. In the mud and rain, they directed Sturgeon Bay's offense.  Center backs Caitlyn Smith and Captain Georgia Feldman turned away any ball getting into their third of the field.  Consequently, we were able to give our younger players some good minutes tonight.  Defender Ella "The Destroyer" Pinkert vowed there would be no goals on her side of the field and she proved correct as the defense played a solid game. " Next, Sturgeon Bay travels to Elkhart Lake Glenbulah for a road game on Monday."

Picture courtesy of Clipper Soccer Facebook page

Kewaunee softball cruises past Peshtigo

Taylor Schleis, Cierra Brann,  and Elizabeth Rohr did the heavy lifting for Kewaunee as they beat Peshtigo 9-3 in Packerland softball action. Schleis was 3-for-3 at the plate while Brann and Rohr drove in a combined seven of the team's nine runs. It turned out to be an efficient night for the offense as they were able to score their nine runs on just six hits. Hailey Gaedtke took the win for the Storm, allowing three runs over five innings.  


Softball action Friday includes Southern Door hosting Two Rivers and Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay. 



Packers stay defensive with two first round picks

The Green Bay Packers had two picks entering the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft Thursday night. General Manager Brian Gutekunst took Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary with the first pick (#12). 

One of the biggest surprise picks of all of the first-round, Gary was not on many if any first-round mock drafts. When Gary received the call, cameras showed the two-time All Big Ten selection, tears flowed at a rapid pace.


Gary registered just nine sacks and 18 tackles over the past two seasons. His speed may be the most exciting attribute. The 6'5", 278-pounder ran a blazing fast 4.58-second 40-yard dash.



Green Bay hit the phones after the pick and dealt their two fourth-round picks (#114 & #118) to move from #30 in the first-round to #21. The Packers traded with Seattle. They targeted Maryland safety Darnell Savage. At nearly 5'11" and 198 pounds, he registered 181 tackles and eight interceptions in his collegiate career. 


Savage will likely be worked in as a safety in the Packers system. The "ball hawk" had four interceptions during his senior season with 52 tackles. 



Green Bay will have pick #44 overall tonight with their second-round selection.


Algoma baseball inks lone area win

Algoma's baseball team got the lone win out of a rain-soaked afternoon for the area.


The Wolves used an early lead to hold off Sevastopol 4-2 thanks to RBI hits by Noah Lukes and Mitchel Zimmer.


Peshtigo's Brody Heroux allowed just one hit in Kewaunee's 6-2 loss to the Bulldogs.


Luxemburg-Casco also could only muster one hit in its 2-1 rain-shortened game against Freedom.


For more coverage on these games, visit


Tonight's baseball slate includes Luxemburg-Casco playing a doubleheader against Oconto Falls and Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay. 

Track recap: Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay shines

Luxemburg-Casco nearly swept the team competition at its invite while Sturgeon Bay came close at Oconto Falls in Thursday track action.


In Luxemburg, the Spartans won the boys' side behind four individual event titles while the girls' were less than a half point away from claiming their own team title. Gibraltar's Evan Henry and Abbey Fitzgerald combined to bring home three gold medals while the Sevastopol boasted five individual champions of its own on the girls' side.


Meanwhile in Oconto Falls, Sturgeon Bay's boys came in second and the girls came in third place behind four individual event titles. Kewaunee also brought home four individual titles of its own while Algoma had five collecting five gold medals of its own.


For complete team by team results, visit


Members of the Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol will head to De Pere this evening for an elite meet hosted by St. Norbert College. 

Brewers get swept by Cardinals 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Wednesday afternoon. That would complete the series sweep for St. Louis. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee. He went four innings giving up four earned runs. Making it an uphill battle. 


Eric Thames was the lone bright spot in the lineup for the Brewers. He went 2x4 with a solo shot in the first inning. He has been swinging a hot bat lately. The rest of the team combined for three hits which will rarely get it done. 


Milwaukee will now have a day off Thursday to regroup. Their record now sits at 13-13. They begin a series with the Mets on Friday in New York. Chase Anderson will take the rock for the Brewers. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:10. 

Baseball preview: Neinas moving forward after no-hitter

Southern Door freshman pitcher Charlie Neinas knows there are plenty of starts ahead of him still after throwing a no-hitter earlier this month. The performance earned him Culver’s Door County Student-Athlete of the Week honors after the complete game shut-out in a 1-0 victory over Algoma on April 5th. A teammate had to tell him what was happening and his coach even had someone else warming up just in case. Neinas gives credit to his catcher that day, Devin Schinkten.

Neinas and the Southern Door Eagles hit the baseball diamond Thursday afternoon to face NEW Lutheran. Other baseball action in Door and Kewaunee Counties this afternoon include Kewaunee hosting Peshtigo, Algoma traveling to Baileys Harbor Town Park to play Sevastopol, Luxemburg-Casco heading to Freedom, and Gibraltar facing Oconto on the road.


You can see the full Neinas interview and check out future Culver's Door County Student-Athlete of the Week honorees online at

Track preview: Kropuenske fighting back from injuries

Gibraltar senior thrower Ryan Kropuenske is hoping to put a host of injuries behind him during the final athletic season of his career. Last season, Kropuenske sat out with a broken foot before dealing with stress fractures in his back entering this year. He admits he has missed some lifting sessions and workouts dating back to when he was forced to watch the Gibraltar basketball team make its run to sectionals from the bench. After finishing in third place at the Door County Classic earlier this week in both shot put and discus, that does not mean his goals for his senior season are out of the question.

Kropuenske and the Gibraltar track team will join Southern Door, Sevastopol, and Luxemburg-Casco at an invitational hosted by Luxemburg-Casco at 3:45 p.m. Algoma, Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee track teams head to a 14-team invitational at Oconto Falls with the first events beginning at 4 p.m.


You can find the full Kropuenske interview online at

Softball games fill Thursday slate

Nearly every softball team in Door and Kewaunee Counties find themselves on the diamond this afternoon for games.


Gibraltar will play doubleheader this afternoon beginning at 4. A half hour later, Luxemburg-Casco will begin its game at Marinette. At 5 p.m., Kewaunee will host Peshtigo, Southern Door plays at home against NEW Lutheran and Algoma travels to Sevastopol.

Packerland soccer games scheduled for Thursday

Soccer teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties will be busy Thursday afternoon as a full slate of matches is scheduled.


Matches include Sevastopol/Gibraltar hosting NEW Lutheran at Sevastopol and Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay. Both matches start at 6 p.m.

Area golf teams hit the links Thursday

All of the local golf programs in Door and Kewaunee Counties will be in action on Thursday.


Beginning at 10 a.m., Luxemburg-Casco will meet its Northeastern Conference foes for an invitational at Little River Golf Course in Marinette.


Idlewild Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay will be the site of a Packerland Conference golf invitational featuring teams from Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay. Tee time is set for 4 p.m.



L-C Baseball loses to Freedom 2-1

Luxemburg-Casco hosted Freedom in conference play under the lights last night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. The Spartans looked on as Senior Captain and Ace Ian Doell continued his dominant senior campaign allowing 0 earned runs over his 5 innings of work. Over that span of time Doell retired 8 Freedom hitters via the strikeout while Freedom only scattered 3 hits over 5 frames. This pushes Doell to a 0.55 ERA over 25 innings of work this year. Freshman Owen Deprez came in as relief for the Spartans and allowed 1 unearned run and 1 earned run as Freedom took the lead in the top of the 6th 2-1. Deprez closed out the seventh frame with a 1,2,3 inning to get the bats to the home team for one final chance. Luxemburg-Casco couldn't muster anything in the bottom of the seventh as they also went down 1,2,3. The Spartans had very little to show offensively with only two hits and one run. Those lone hits came off the bats of Senior Captain OF Noah Lindsley and Junior 1B Dylan Dahlke. Dahlke was also responsible for the only RBI in the Spartans offense as he knocked in Senior Captain Lance Tebon home on a fielder's choice in the bottom of the first.


Luxemburg-Casco will travel to Freedom for Game 2 of the series on Thursday, April 25th with opening pitch slated for 4:30 PM.

Brewers lose hold on game two 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 on Tuesday night. Zach Davies started on the bump and had another efficient outing. Davies went nearly five innings only giving up two earned runs on the night. He would hand the ball over to the bullpen tied 2-2.


Travis Shaw seems to be shaking off his early-season slump. He hit two solo shots in the game. Orlando Arcia would account for the other run with a solo homer of his own in the fifth inning. The Brewers would just fall short in the final innings. 


The two teams will now run it back for game three of the series on Wednesday. Milwaukee will trot out Jhoulys Chacin to try and salvage a game from the series. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:15.

Packers draft preview

Tomorrow, the Green Bay Packers will begin to welcome another rookie class to their roster through the NFL Draft, held April 25-27 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Armed with 10 selections, the Packers will have plenty of opportunities to add more talent and depth to their roster. All picks are eligible to be traded. Green Bay enters the draft with a pick in every round, including two selections in the first, fourth and sixth rounds.


The Packers have six picks in the first four rounds of the draft. If Green Bay makes selections at all six spots, it will be the 13th time the Packers have selected six or more players in the first four rounds of a single draft and the most since 2008, when Green Bay made six selections.


The event will begin in prime time on Thursday night, with Round 1 on April 25 beginning at 7 p.m. CT. Rounds 2-3 also will be held in prime time, beginning on Friday, April 26, at 6 p.m. CT. Rounds 4-7 will complete the draft on Saturday, April 27, starting at 11 a.m. CT.


Teams will have 10 minutes in between selections in the first round and seven minutes between each choice for Round 2. Rounds 3-6, including compensatory picks, will allow up to five minutes in between picks and Round 7, including compensatory picks, will allow four minutes.


Round      Round #        Overall #

1               12                   12

1               30                   30 (from N.O.)

2               12                   44

3               12                   75

4               12                  114

4               16                  118 (from Was.)

5               12                  150

6               12                  185

6               22                  194 (from Sea.)

7               12                   226

Tuesday's track and field results

The boys and girls track and field teams for Kewaunee, Algoma and Luxemburg-Casco were all competing on Tuesday in conference meets.


Kewaunee and Algoma both participated at a Packerland Conference meet at Peshtigo. Both Kewaunee's boys and girls dominated the event each finishing in first place. The Storm boys picked up 161 points while the girls got 141. Algoma's boys and girls each finished third with 49 and 77 points respectively.


Luxemburg-Casco hosted a North Eastern Conference meet with Little Chute and Waupaca. The girls finished second behind Little Chute with 79 points. The Spartan boys tied with Little Chute for first place with 72 points.

Tuesday's softball results

Sevastopol and Algoma were able to get in a makeup game while Luxemburg-Casco was in action in a North Eastern Conference matchup.


In a game originally scheduled for March 30th, Algoma stormed back for a win on their home field over Sevastopol. The final score was 19-8.


Luxemburg-Casco picked up a home conference victory over Wrightstown 9-2. 

Tuesday's baseball results

Area teams suffered a couple of close losses and one big win in Tuesday's baseball action. One of those included a no-hitter.


Kewaunee was edged in their non-conference game at Bonduel by a final score of 10-9 in eight innings. Bonduel tied the game in the bottom of the 7th inning on a bases-loaded walk. The Storm scored one in the top of the 8th but Bonduel answered with two in the bottom of the inning to win.


Luxemburg-Casco took a home loss in a pitchers duel against Freedom. The final score was 2-1. Freedom scored both runs in the sixth inning for the victory.


Robby Pollman pitched a five-inning no-hitter for Sevastopol in their 12-0 win at Algoma.

Iverson leads Spartans past Clintonville in soccer

Heather Iverson scored the only goals of the game in Luxemburg-Casco's 2-0 win over Clintonville on Tuesday. The Spartans also got help in their road victory from Allison Prevost who tallied an assist. Natalie Haen picked up another shutout.


L-C is now back at the .500 mark at 4-4-2. They'll travel to Freedom on Thursday for a 4:30 PM kickoff.

Bucks win first playoff series in 18 years 

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons 127-104 on Monday night. That would complete the first round sweep. Something that hasn’t been done by the Bucks in ages. It was their first playoff series win since Ray Allen was on the team in 2001. 


Giannis led the way with 41 points and nine rebounds. He had multiple game-changing blocks and emphatic dunks to put his stamp on the first round. Khris Middleton also chipped in 18 points of his own on their way to victory. 


Next up, the Boston Celtics. It will be a highly anticipated matchup that will be entertaining throughout. Both teams swept in the first round so they will be well rested for the Eastern Conference semifinals. The dates of those games will be announced after the first round is over.

Brewers roughed up by Cardinals 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost 13-5 to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night. Adrian Hauser had his first major league start on the mound for Milwaukee. He would allow five runs in four innings before handing it over to the bullpen. 


Despite getting blown out, the Brewers hit four homers in the game. In the ninth inning, Travis Shaw hit a bomb that hopefully got him out of his slump. He has had a relatively slow start to the season. Milwaukee would fall to 13-11 after the loss. 


Next up, Zach Davies will take the mound for the Brewers. He will face Daniel Ponce de Leon of the Cardinals. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:45.

Sturgeon Bay loses to Green Bay East 4-3

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls soccer team fought hard but dropped a close decision to Green Bay East 4-3 Monday night. The lightning shortened match gave the Red Devils its second win over Door peninsula teams in as many days. 


The only game previously scheduled for Tuesday in the Packerland Conference was Gibraltar/Sevastopol playing at Kewaunee, but that game has been rescheduled for May 14th. Luxemburg-Casco is slated to play Clintonville on the road for a 4:30 p.m. match. 


Picture courtesy of Clipper Soccer Facebook page

Softball recap: Southern Door wins nailbiter, Algoma's offense explodes

There was plenty of offense to be seen in local softball games Monday night.


After giving up the lead on a grand slam, the Southern Door Eagles came all the way back and won on a Grace LeGrave RBI single in Southern Door's thrilling 6-5 victory over Oconto.


The Algoma Wolves took the drama out of its game early thanks to a seven-run fourth inning in a 15-0 drubbing of NEW Lutheran.


It was the opposite story for Sturgeon Bay, which saw a six-run fifth inning deal a fatal blow in its 10-0 loss to Peshtigo. 


Luxemburg-Casco's Allison Dart threw six innings and struck out four, but a sixth inning single given up to Denmark’s Abby Maricque broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the sixth in the 5-4 Spartans defeat.


Complete recaps of these games can be found at Algoma hosts Sevastopol and Luxemburg-Casco plays at home against Wrightstown in local softball action Tuesday. 

Baseball recap: Southern Door, Gibraltar pick up victories

Southern Door and Gibraltar picked up important Packerland Conference wins before the rains came Monday evening.


In Brussels, Derik LeCaptain and Devin Schinkten combined to drive in five runs while Tyler Kroll struck out seven over five innings to lead Southern Door to a 7-1 victory.


Trevor Reinhardt went the distance for Gibraltar on the mound and drove in two runs at the plate as the Vikings beat the Kewaunee Storm in Fish Creek 3-1.


Sturgeon Bay slightly outhit Peshtigo 2-1 on the road, but it was a sacrifice fly by the Bulldogs that drove in the deciding run in the Clippers 1-0 loss.


Full recaps of these games can be found at Baseball action for Tuesday includes Sevastopol hosting Algoma for a 5 p.m. game, Luxemburg-Casco hitting the road to Freedom for a 4:30 p.m. start, and Kewaunee traveling to Bonduel in time for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.



Sturgeon Bay teams win Door County Classic

The Sturgeon Bay boys and girls track teams combined to hoist the Door County's Harris Cup for the fourth consecutive year in Fish Creek on Monday. The girls' team took its title over Sevastopol by a 20 point margin, scoring 99 points thanks to four individual championships. The boys' team had to sweat it out to beat Southern Door, taking the title 92-89.5 thanks to six individual event wins. The Clippers' DJ Lenius took male athlete of the meet honors. You can find individual recaps for each school at


In track action Tuesday, Algoma and Kewaunee head west to face Peshtigo, NEW Lutheran and Oconto in Peshtigo with first events taking place at 4:30 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco will host Little Chute and Waupaca in a Northeastern Conference triangular meet beginning at 4 p.m.



Baseball, softball hope to beat rain

Rain is in the forecast, but teams across Door and Kewaunee Counties hope they squeeze in their games this evening. 


Northeastern Conference softball has Luxemburg-Casco making up its April 11th matchup against rival Denmark beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Packerland Conference matchups for baseball and softball include Gibraltar hosting Kewaunee, Algoma playing at home against NEW Lutheran and Southern Door heading to Oconto for 5 p.m. starts. Sturgeon Bay's games in Peshtigo have been moved up to 4 p.m.


A look at the conference standings for softball has the Spartans leading the Northeastern Conference by a half-game over Denmark while Southern Door and Oconto are tied for the lead in the Packerland. In baseball, Luxemburg-Casco is a game out of first place in the Northeastern Conference while Sturgeon Bay is leading the pack in the Packerland. 


Sturgeon Bay soccer hosts Green Bay East

They played at the same stadium last week, but today the Sturgeon Bay Clippers will host Green Bay East in a non-conference soccer match.


The Clippers are coming off a 1-0 loss to NEW Lutheran while the Red Devils topped Luxemburg-Casco last Thursday 2-1. Both teams are shooting for their second win of the season when the teams meet at 6:30 p.m.

Gibraltar hosts Door County Classic track meet

Bragging rights are on the line Monday afternoon when the track teams of Sevastopol, Gibraltar, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay compete in the Door County Classic.


The Clippers are coming off an impressive performance at the Packerland Relays meet with the boys coming in second place and the girls claiming the team title. A team not named Sturgeon Bay has not won a Door County Classic title since 2016 when Southern Door beat the Clippers on the girls' side. The 2018 edition was snowed out.


First events begin at 4:30 p.m.

Packerland golf heads to Peshtigo

Packerland Conference golfers in Door County will hit the links this afternoon in Peshtigo. Gibraltar, Green Bay NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Oconto will all compete in the meet just four days after they all met at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay. The Bulldogs hope to secure their second victory after leading the field by over 20 strokes. Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay came in third, fourth, and fifth place respectively while Sevastopol currently does not have enough golfers on the team to register a team score. Tee time is set for 4 p.m. at Vernon Hills Golf Course. 


In other golf news, Luxemburg-Casco's varsity invitational at Green Bay Country Club has been canceled.



Bellinger steals win from Brewers in Dodgers series finale

The Milwaukee Brewers played host to the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday afternoon and lost 6-5. For the first time this year, the roof was open and the sun was shining down for the game. It was a fairly big crowd on hand for the contest that took place on Easter Sunday. 


Los Angeles jumped out ahead in the first inning. In the first at-bat of the game, Joc Pederson took Brandon Woodruff deep to give them a 1-0 lead. After a Corey Seager double, Cody Bellinger would slap a hit to left field to score him. Milwaukee wouldn't answer back in the bottom half of the inning so the score would hold at 2-0. 


The Dodgers would tack on two more runs in the second inning as Woodruff was having a tough time with the top of their order. Corey Seager hit another double that would score a run. Followed by another Cody Bellinger single to drive him in. That would leave Milwaukee trailing 4-0 after two innings.


The Brewers would storm back to make it a game though. Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run shot in the fifth inning. Then, Eric Thames hit a three-run bomb to center in the eighth inning. It wouldn’t be enough as Cody Bellinger hit a solo shot in the ninth to put Milwaukee away. 


The Brewers will now travel to St. Louis to begin a series with the Cardinals. It will be the two teams third series of the early season. Adrian Houser will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:45 Monday night. 

Yelich hits two more home runs as Brewers shutout Dodgers

Christian Yelich continued to crush the baseball on Saturday night at Miller Park and he got some help from Ryan Braun and the pitching staff. Yelich hit two more home runs, both off of Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu. He now has a league-leading 13 homers which is three more than the next closest sluggers. Yelich's two solo home runs and Ryan Braun's three-run bomb provided all the scoring for the Brewers.


Chase Anderson pitched five scoreless innings to get the win and the bullpen threw four more shutout innings to hold the 5-0 victory for Milwaukee. The staff only allowed two hits the whole game.


The Brewers will try to force a split of the four-game series on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park, first pitch at 1:10 PM. Clayton Kershaw will pitch for the Dodgers against Brandon Woodruff for Milwaukee.

Bucks on the verge of the Eastern semis

Playing their first road playoff game wasn't much of a deterrent for the Bucks as they beat the Pistons 119-103 Saturday night in game 3 of their first-round playoff series. Seven Bucks scored in double figures with Giannis Antetokounmpo leading the way with 20 points. Brook Lopez and Eric Bledsoe each had 19. Blake Griffin played his first game of the series and led all scorers with 27. He had been nursing a sore left knee.


Milwaukee now leads the series three games to none and just need one more win to move on to the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Bucks will go for the sweep Monday night in Detroit with the tip-off at 7 PM.

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?
“Wrestling is the only sport that instills ultimate respect for every single person within it. The ability to single-handedly overcome and physically outdo another athlete is like no other feeling in the world. It creates a concept of values and beliefs into a wrestling family and teaches camaraderie. The wins are the best wins and the loses are the worst losses you will have in your life, because it directly relates to you as an individual, overcoming factors that can benefit or harm your well-being. There is nothing like it.” Mitchell Overbeck
 “Wrestling becomes a way of life. From eating habits, exercise and workouts, to self-discipline and it doesn’t stop when the season is done. It’s not just about getting your arm raised on the mat, but overcoming hurdles, fears, and insecurities. Building confidence and camaraderie with other wrestlers and that only other wrestlers understand, like an unwritten code. Every wrestler knows the heartache of losing and leaving their pride on the mat, yet get up every day and work harder than the day before.” Tammy DeNamur
“Wrestling is a teacher of life. It reveals your strengths, weaknesses and brings you a sense of belonging” Tory Jandrin “Colin started later than most. For many- many years I had to sit and watch my son get thrown around by a lot of guys bigger than him. In the end it was worth it” Wendy Shubert
According to Merriam Webster the meaning of family is: the basic unit in society traditionally consisting of two parents rearing their children : a group of individuals living under one roof : a group of person of common ancestry : a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation : lastly family could mean a group of things related by common characteristics.
When it comes to wrestling I think there is a bigger meaning behind the word family. So I asked members from the wrestling community to comment:
“To me the wrestling “family” is much bigger than the families and people we have traveled with to tournaments from our school or team. The wrestling family knows no district boundaries or specific season(s) or teammates. The family extends from those that competed to parents, siblings, coaches, and spectators. Anyone that knows the hard work and sacrifices put in by all involved develops a bond and appreciation that often lasts a lifetime.” Coach Jerry Englebert
 I have been around sports my whole life- from being a 3 sport athlete, collegiate athlete, and now a Licensed Athletic Trainer providing sports performance enhancement through EDGE 3D programming at DCMC. I have had my fair share of different “families”. But the family that has built some of the strongest bonds and has withstood the years is the wrestling family. “A bond that is deeper than a sport. It comes from sacrifice of yourself for all who enjoy the challenges of a demanding sport. Wrestling links you forever if you are the athlete, parent or community member. It’s things unsaid… and hard to put into words…forever a wrestling family.” Dawn Englebert  As a wrestling sister, I think part of the reason for this bond is the grueling all weekend bleacher butt that sets in when the wrestlers are young. “This family is formed through blood, sweat, and tears.” Tyler Wagner  Multi- youth tournament weekends, first through eighth grade. You really get to know the people that are in the stands yelling and cheering with or against you. “It instills dedication in families as well as wrestlers. Camaraderie and friendships are made, even with the competitors and their families. It is a mutual respect.” Dave Walker
You find yourself treating the other wrestlers and their siblings as your own, other people’s kids, as your own kids and other parents as your parents. “Wrestling families stick together through the best and worst times; everyone genuinely wants them to do well and are always there to help. Your child never needs to worry about having a partner or coach; someone is always there without being asked. These bonds are so strong and extend far beyond the mat.” Shannon LeFevre  “Everyone in the wrestling family makes everyone feel very welcome and like you’ve always been a part of the family.” Jen LeCloux
Tia Jackson, MS, LAT, ATC
Licensed Athletic Trainer
EDGE 3D – sports performance enhancement programming
Door County Medical Center

Sevastopol softball postponed

Sevastopol softball was scheduled to host a non-conference game against Stockbridge. It has been postponed to Monday, April 29th. Their next game is scheduled for Tuesday when they travel to Algoma. The first pitch will come at 5 PM.

Yelich homers again, but Brewers can't hold on

Christian Yelich homered for the 11th time in just in his 21st game this season but it wasn't enough to defeat the Dodgers on Friday night. The final score was 5-3. In the bottom of the first Lorenzo Cain led off with a single. Yelich drove Cain and himself home with a home run off Dodgers starter Ross Stripling.


The game was tied at 2 going to the 8th inning. The Brewers dominant reliever Josh Hader allowed two walks and then a three-run home run to Enrique Hernandez. Eric Thames added a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth but that was the last score of the game.


The Brewers have now lost the first two games at home to the Dodgers and three in a row overall. Chase Anderson will start on the mound for the Brewers on Saturday against Hyun-Jin Ryu for the Dodgers. First pitch is at 6:10 PM.

Run Down the Early Bird Special

Register by May 12 for the Crossroads Trail Run/Walk to receive the early bird special.  Save $5 on each entry and to secure your performance T-shirt. June 22 is the 10th annual trail run and walk event, held at Crossroads at Big Creek Learning Preserves, 2041 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay. Be one of the runners or walkers of all ages who come together for this unique 2k, 5k, or 10k event on the trails in the midst of a 200 acre preserve. Crossroads Trail Run is a family event. Participants 7 and younger and 70 and up may register free. Go to to register and for more information.


Along with a great run, all participants will receive a performance T-shirt, a native tree at the finish line, and locally produced refreshments. Who wouldn’t want a Lautenbach cherry sundae topped off with a freshly made energy bar to welcome in the summer solstice!    


This course follows the perimeter trail of the Crossroads property, through the coniferous woods, over wooden bridges, and through the Wild Ones Meadow. The well-marked trails are supported by many encouraging volunteers. This event is for competitive and recreational health enthusiasts alike. 


Gretchen Schmelzer, 1043 Louisiana St, Sturgeon Bay WI, 920-493-0090

Brewers drop game one to Dodgers

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 Thursday night. Zach Davies started on the mound for Milwaukee. He had a stellar performance going five innings and not giving up a single run. Eventually, his start would be squandered after Matt Albers gave up three runs in an inning. 


Hits were few and hard to find for the Brewers. They were getting no-hit well into the fifth inning before Orlando Arcia broke it up with a single. Christian Yelich would eventually hit his 10th homer in the ninth inning but it wasn’t enough as the Brewers fell. 


The two teams will now run it back for a Friday night game. Jhoulys Chacin will start on the bump for the Brewers. Ross Stripling will grab the rock for the Dodgers. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10. 

Soccer Recap: Sturgeon Bay, L-C lose

A shot off the post in the game's 20th minute set up the game's lone goal in a 1-0 Sturgeon Bay loss to NEW Lutheran at City Stadium in Green Bay.


The Clippers offense made life difficult for Blazers goalkeeper Sadie Johnsen, who had to make six saves in the game and needed several other defensive stops in her own box to keep the tally that low.


The games lone goal came from the Blazers' Abbey Czaja after she was the only one to locate the deflected ball after it went off the post. It took that kind of luck to add a blemish to the afternoon for Clippers goalkeeper McKenna Gibson, who made three saves in the game.



In other soccer action at City Stadium, Luxemburg-Casco lost to Green Bay East 2-1.


Softball recap: Algoma, Southern Door win big

Big innings gave Southern Door and Algoma wins in Packerland Conference play Thursday.


Grace LeGrave and Lexi Wery did it all for the Southern Door Eagles against Kewaunee striking out a combined eight batters and each getting two hits and an RBI in its 8-3 victory.


A three-run sixth inning and a commanding performance by Maddie Prokash in the circle gave Algoma the 6-1 victory over Oconto.


You can find full recaps online at 

Baseball recap: Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door win close games

There were plenty of nailbiters at Packerland Conference baseball games Thursday.


In Fish Creek, Sturgeon Bay needed a trio of two-out base hits and great pitching performance to shutout Gibraltar 3-0.


Southern Door scored a pair of runs on wild pitches, including Devin Schinkten on the eventual game-winner in the sixth inning to give the Eagles the 3-2 victory over Kewaunee.


Algoma was shut out against Oconto 11-0 as Max Panger accounted for two of the Wolves' three hits.


You can find complete recaps of the games online at 

Kewaunee boys, Sturgeon Bay girls track capture Packerland Relays title

The Kewaunee boys track team won the Packerland Relays meet Thursday in Oconto behind six first-place performances. According to Kewaunee Head Track Coach Joe Kassner, those performances include 4x1 Relay Owen Kudick,Alex Hlinak,Collin Hlinak,Will Murphy - Sprint Medley Max Hanrahan,Charles Schultz,Alex Hlinak,Allan Hager - Discus Elliot VanGoethem, Tanor Bortolini, Jon Odill - Long Jump Alex Hewett,Owen Kudick,Ben Heim - Shot Put Brock Kleiman,Elliot VanGoethem, Tanor Bortolini - Triple Jump Alex Hewett,Collin Hlinak,Ben Heim.  Scoring 124.5 points, the Storm was followed on the leaderboard by  Sturgeon Bay (93.5) and Peshtigo (93). 


On the girls' side it was Sturgeon Bay getting the upper hand on Kewaunee, outscoring the Storm 118.5 to 114.5. Algoma took third with 69 points. 


Individual results will be posted on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports when they are available.



Team Scores Courtesy of Sturgeon Bay Track Coach Mike Leroy

Boy Scores

Girl Scores

Update on Athletic Events on Thursday for Sevastopol

Sevastopol Schools updated their sports schedule for Thursday

HS Golf:  at Cherry Hills – 4:00 pm start time, no early dismissal

HS Softball: Due to yesterday’s rain, the Sevastopol Townpark, Bailey’s Harbor Rec. Park, and NEW ball fields have standing water.  We are working on a reschedule date for tonight’s game.  The girls will practice after school 3:30 – 5:30

HS Baseball: Due to yesterday’s rain, the Sevastopol Townpark, Bailey’s Harbor Rec. Park, and NEW ball fields have standing water.  We are working on a reschedule date for tonight’s game.  The boys will practice after school 3:30 – 5:30

HS Soccer:  Due to yesterday’s rain, the Kewaunee and Bailey’s Harbor soccer fields have standing water.  Tonight’s game is being rescheduled to Monday, April 29th at Kewaunee.  The girls will practice at Sevastopol 4:00 – 6:00

HS Track: at Oconto – bus leaves at 1:00 pm, students are dismissed at 12:50 pm

MS Track: at home – meet to begin at 4:30

Brewers drop game three 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 Wednesday afternoon. Corbin Burnes started on the bump and got roughed up again in his start. He barely made it past three innings and gave up five runs in the process. He’s a good young pitcher that will look to find his stride here in the season. 


Milwaukee’s pitchers stayed hot at the plate as relief pitcher, Aaron Wilkerson launched a two-run bomb in the fifth inning. Christian Yelich also singled in a run in the game to give him eleven RBI’s in the series. The Brewers haven’t lost a set to the Cardinals yet. 


Milwaukee will now stay at home and welcome in the Los Angeles Dodgers for a weekend series. Zach Davies will have his name called in the rotation. He will square off against Julio Urias of the Dodgers. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10 from Miller Park on Thursday. 

Bucks roll to 2-0 series lead

The Milwaukee Bucks are not taking their foot off the accelerator. Following a 35 point win Sunday in game one, Giannis Antetokounmpo and friends eased past Detroit by 21 on Wednesday night. The 120-99 win featured game-high scorer Eric Bledsoe's 27 point performance. The "Greek Freak" added 26 points and 12 rebounds in only 29 minutes.


The difference maker Wednesday was Pat Connaughton. His 18 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots off the bench energized the team and the crowd. Fiserv Forum was raucous Wednesday from the opening tip through the final buzzer. 


Celebrity appearances by Aaron Rodgers, Danica Patrick, Ryan Braun, Christian Yelich, David Bahktiari, Greg Jennings and many more also seemed to give the game a little more juice Wednesday night.


Game three of the best of seven series moves to Detroit Saturday night for a 7:00 PM tip-off. Game four will follow Monday at 7:00 PM and if necessary game five would be back in Milwaukee Wednesday, April 24.


Packers release 2019 Schedule

The Green Bay Packers’ 2019 NFL regular-season schedule – highlighted by five prime-time contests (subject to flexible scheduling) on the original schedule for the sixth straight year (2014-19) – was released Wednesday evening by the National Football League.


The Packers will open the season at the Chicago Bears in the NFL’s Thursday night regular-season opener. It marks the fourth time in team history that Green Bay has opened at Chicago (1979, 1981, 2015).


The Packers will open their home slate in Week 2 against the Minnesota Vikings, marking just the fourth time (2003, 2008, 2018) since the NFC North was formed in 2002 that Green Bay has played division opponents in both of the first two games.


Green Bay stays at home both of the next two weeks, the first time the Packers have played three straight at home in September since 1990 (Weeks 1-3). They host the Denver Broncos in Week 3 and the Philadelphia Eagles in a Thursday night matchup in Week 4.


The Packers travel to take on the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5. For the second time in three seasons, the Packers will host the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, this time in Week 6. It is the fifth Monday night matchup between the two clubs (1964, 1971, 1972, 2017).


A home game against the Oakland Raiders in Week 7 will be the Packers’ fifth at Lambeau in 2019, marking the most home contests for Green Bay in the first seven games of a season since 1978 when it also played five at home (not including the 1987 strike year).


Over the next six weeks, the Packers play four road games and one home contest. In Week 8, Green Bay is at Kansas City in a Sunday night matchup. The following week, Green Bay travels to Los Angeles to take on the Chargers.


In Week 10, the Packers host the Carolina Panthers in the fourth contest between the two teams in the last six years (2014, 2015, 2017). Green Bay will have its bye the following week, marking the first Week 11 bye for the Packers and the latest for the team since the bye was reintroduced in 1990. 


Over the next two weeks, Green Bay will crisscross the country, playing at the San Francisco 49ers in Week 12 and at the New York Giants in Week 13. The Packers have won five of their last six at the 49ers, including their last trip in 2015 (17-3).


The Packers’ final two regular-season home games will take place in Weeks 14-15. First, they take on the Washington Redskins in the third matchup between the two in the last five years (including the postseason) but the first in Green Bay since 2013.


Week 15 has the Bears coming to Green Bay and starts a run of three straight divisional games to finish the regular season for the third time since the NFC North was formed in 2002 (2006, 2016).


The Packers close out the regular season with two road games for the first time since 2004 when they played at Minnesota and Chicago. In Week 16, Green Bay is at the Vikings and on MNF for the second time. Green Bay will close out the regular season against the Lions for the fourth straight year and the fifth time in the last six seasons.


For ticket information, please visit For a secure method to buy and sell tickets, the Packers encourage fans to use NFL Ticket Exchange,



Date                Opponent                                    Time (CT)                                    TV                           

Thu., Aug. 8     HOUSTON TEXANS (Gold Pkg.)         7 p.m.      Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

                             (Midwest Shrine Game)

Thu., Aug. 15   at Baltimore Ravens                      6:30 p.m.      Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

TBD                vs. Oakland Raiders (location TBD)       TBD      Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

Thu., Aug. 29   KANSAS CITY CHIEFS                      7 p.m.      Packers TV Network/Telemundo Wisconsin

                             (Bishop’s Charities Game)



Date                Opponent                                    Time (CT)                                                 TV             

Thu., Sept. 5    at Chicago Bears                           7:20 p.m.                                                NBC

Sun., Sept. 15 MINNESOTA VIKINGS                      12 p.m.                                                FOX

Sun., Sept. 22 DENVER BRONCOS (Gold Pkg.)      12 p.m.                                                FOX

Thu., Sept. 26  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES               7:20 p.m.                                     FOX/NFLN/Amazon

Sun., Oct. 6     at Dallas Cowboys                       *3:25 p.m.                                                FOX

Mon., Oct. 14  DETROIT LIONS                            7:15 p.m.                                               ESPN

Sun., Oct. 20   OAKLAND RAIDERS (Gold Pkg.)    *12 p.m.                                                CBS

Sun., Oct. 27   at Kansas City Chiefs                   *7:20 p.m.                                                NBC

Sun., Nov. 3    at Los Angeles Chargers              *3:25 p.m.                                                CBS

Sun., Nov. 10  CAROLINA PANTHERS                   *12 p.m.                                                FOX

Sun., Nov. 17  BYE

Sun., Nov. 24  at San Francisco 49ers                 *3:25 p.m.                                                FOX

Sun., Dec. 1    at New York Giants                         *12 p.m.                                                FOX

Sun., Dec. 8    WASHINGTON REDSKINS              *12 p.m.                                                FOX

Sun., Dec. 15  CHICAGO BEARS                           *12 p.m.                                                FOX

Mon., Dec. 23  at Minnesota Vikings                     7:15 p.m.                                               ESPN

Sun., Dec. 29  at Detroit Lions                               *12 p.m.                                                FOX





“Flexible scheduling” will again be used in Weeks 11-17. In Weeks 11-16, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. A flexible scheduling move would be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to December 29. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into primetime.  Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday or Monday nights.


Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 are subject to change.





at Chicago, Sept. 5, 7:20 p.m. CT (NBC) – It is the third time in five years that the Packers have opened the season against the Bears (at Chicago in 2015, vs. Chicago in 2018)… Marks the 14th consecutive regular season that the Packers and Bears have squared off in primetime…It is the third time in the last nine seasons (2011 and 2014) that Green Bay will play in the NFL’s Thursday night regular-season opener…Including a 2010 playoff victory at Chicago, Green Bay has won 20 of the last 25 meetings between the rivals at Soldier Field…Six of the last seven games between the two at Soldier Field have been decided by single digits.


vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – Including playoffs, Green Bay has a 7-3-2 mark (.667) against the Vikings at Lambeau Field since 2008…The Packers have scored 23-plus points in 11 of the last 13 home games vs. Minnesota…Green Bay is 4-1-1 the last six home September contests against the Vikings…It is the second consecutive year that the Packers have hosted the Vikings in Week 2.


vs. Denver, Sept. 22, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers are 5-0-1 all-time against the Broncos at home…Green Bay has won three of the last four regular-season games against Denver…It is the Broncos’ first visit to Lambeau Field since 2011, a 49-23 Packer victory…The Packers have scored 30-plus points in all five home wins.


vs. Philadelphia, Sept. 26, 7:20 p.m. CT (FOX/NFLN/Amazon) – Packers have won five of the last six against the Eagles in the regular and postseason, including two of three in Green Bay…It is the first time the Packers have played Philadelphia in a Thursday night game…Also the first time Green Bay has played two Thursday games in the month of September.


at Dallas, Oct. 6, 3:25 p.m. CT (FOX) – It is the seventh matchup between the two teams in the regular and postseason since 2013, with Green Bay holding a 5-1 record in those contests…Playing at Dallas in Week 5 for the second time in three seasons…Including the playoffs, Green Bay is 3-0 against Dallas at AT&T Stadium.


vs. Detroit, Oct. 14, 7:15 p.m. CT (ESPN) – Marks the 27th consecutive season (1993-2019) that Green Bay is appearing on Monday Night Football…Green Bay has won six of its last eight home games on MNF…Sixth time in the last seven seasons the Packers have played at Lambeau Field on MNF…Including a 1994 playoff victory, the Packers are 25-3 against the Lions in the state of Wisconsin since 1992.


vs. Oakland, Oct. 20, 12 p.m. CT (CBS) – It starts a stretch of three straight games against AFC West teams, the first time the Packers have had three straight games against AFC teams since playing the AFC West in 2003 in Weeks 15-17…Dating back to 1990, the Packers are 7-0 against the Raiders…Green Bay has scored 30-plus points in each of the last four contests…It is only the second time (at Oakland, 1976) the two teams have played in the month of October.


at Kansas City, Oct. 27, 7:20 p.m. CT (NBC) – It will be the 12th regular-season game between the Packers and Chiefs, but the first Sunday night matchup between the two…Green Bay has won two of the last three games against Kansas City…It is the third time the two have faced off in primetime, having previously played two games on MNF (1993, 2015).


at Los Angeles Chargers, Nov. 3, 3:25 p.m. CT (CBS) – While it’s the first time the Packers will play the Chargers since they moved to Los Angeles, it is the seventh away game against the Chargers, and Green Bay has won the previous six…One of six games the Packers have against 2018 playoff teams (Chicago twice, Philadelphia, Dallas, Kansas City), with four of those contests taking place on the road…The Packers are 10-1 all-time vs. Chargers, a .909 winning percentage that is tops by Green Bay versus any team.


vs. Carolina, Nov. 10, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – Four of the last five matchups between the two teams have been decided by eight points or less…The Packers are 9-6 overall against Carolina, with wins in six of the last 10 (including playoffs)…Green Bay is 4-2 at home against Carolina in the regular and postseason, including a win in the last matchup at Lambeau in 2014…The Packers have scored 30-plus points in five of the six home games against the Panthers.


at San Francisco, Nov. 24, 3:25 p.m (FOX) – It is the first of two straight road games for the Packers, marking the second straight year they played on the road in the first two games after the bye week…Second game for Green Bay at Levi’s Stadium (2015)…Dating back to 1996, Green Bay is 11-2 against San Francisco during the regular season.


at New York Giants, Dec. 1, 12 p.m. (FOX) – It is the second straight year Green Bay will play at MetLife Stadium, having defeated the New York Jets in overtime last season in December in Week 16 (44-38)…It is the first time since 2013 that the Packers will face the Giants at MetLife Stadium.


vs. Washington, Dec. 8, 12 p.m. (FOX) – The Packers have won four straight home games against the Redskins, outscoring Washington 122-43 in those contests…It is the first time the Redskins have played at Lambeau in December…Packers Head Coach Matt LaFleur coached quarterbacks for Washington from 2010-13.


vs. Chicago, Dec. 15, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – Green Bay has won nine of the last 11 meetings against the Bears at Lambeau Field…The Packers have outscored Chicago, 299-157, in the last 11 home games, scoring 20-plus points in nine of those contests…It is the first time since 2010 that the Packers-Bears game at Lambeau Field will not be in primetime…Green Bay is 10-2 all-time at home against the Bears in December/January games.


at Minnesota, Dec. 23, 7:15 p.m. (ESPN) – The Packers last played two Monday games in the same regular season in 2009…It is Green Bay’s first MNF game at Minnesota in December since 1999…Of the past 33 regular-season meetings between the teams, 22 of those games have been decided by seven points or less…The Packers have a 28-29 record in away games against the Vikings.


at Detroit, Dec. 29, 12 p.m. CT (FOX) – The Packers lead the regular-season series, 98-72-7 (.576), and have won both postseason contests the two have played…Green Bay’s 98 wins over the Lions are the most the Packers have against any team…Dating back to 2007, Green Bay has won five of seven games played between the two in Week 17, with the winning team scoring 30-plus points in each of those games.

Gibraltar's Caldecott leads by example

Being a leader on the Gibraltar track team is nothing new for senior Bria Caldecott. The lone senior has led by example since she first joined the team, qualifying for the state meet last year in the high jump and as a member of the Gibraltar girls 4 x 100-meter relay. Caldecott credits her coaches and her teammates for the success she has been able to enjoy.

One of the recipients of this year’s Volunteer Center of Door County youth scholarship awards, Caldecott plans on attending UW-Madison next year. Gibraltar will join its conference rivals in Oconto Thursday afternoon for the Packerland Relays meet beginning at 4:30 p.m. You can find the full video interview with Caldecott online at  

Baseball, softball teams keep an eye on field conditions



From Sevastopol

HS Golf:  at Cherry Hills – 4:00 pm start time, no early dismissal

HS Softball: Due to yesterday’s rain, the Sevastopol Townpark, Bailey’s Harbor Rec. Park, and NEW ball fields have standing water.  We are working on a reschedule date for tonight’s game.  The girls will practice after school 3:30 – 5:30

HS Baseball: Due to yesterday’s rain, the Sevastopol Townpark, Bailey’s Harbor Rec. Park, and NEW ball fields have standing water.  We are working on a reschedule date for tonight’s game.  The boys will practice after school 3:30 – 5:30

HS Soccer:  Due to yesterday’s rain, the Kewaunee and Bailey’s Harbor soccer fields have standing water.  Tonight’s scheduled varsity game is going to be played, April 23rd at Kewaunee and the previously scheduled JV game is postponed at this time while we work to find a new date.   The girls will practice tonight at Sevastopol 4:00 – 6:00

HS Track: at Oconto – bus leaves at 1:00 pm, students are dismissed at 12:50 pm

MS Track: at home – meet to begin at 4:30




Previous story

Nine different games on local softball and baseball diamonds could be in jeopardy after rain hit the area last night with more on the way later today.  Over an inch of rain was expected to fall last night and early this morning in Door and Kewaunee Counties. There is even a slight chance of showers to occur at around 3 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco played their games scheduled for Thursday on Tuesday to avoid having to reschedule the contests for a later date.


If teams take the diamond today, baseball action beginning at 5 p.m. includes Algoma hosting Oconto, Sturgeon Bay traveling to Gibraltar, Southern Door battling in Brussels against Kewaunee, and Sevastopol playing at home against NEW Lutheran. Softball games for this afternoon include the Spartans getting an early 4:30 start against Little Chute. Packerland Conference games beginning at 5 p.m. include Southern Door hosting Kewaunee, Sevastopol playing at home against NEW Lutheran, Sturgeon Bay traveling to Gibraltar, and Algoma battling Oconto at home. 

Green Bay East to host Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco soccer matches

Two teams with local ties will head to the former home of the Green Bay Packers for a pair of soccer matches Thursday.


Field conditions at NEW Lutheran will move Sturgeon Bay's match against the Blazers to City Stadium at Green Bay East High School for a 4:00 p.m. opening kick. Luxemburg-Casco will follow with its match against Green Bay East at 6:30 p.m. 


Due to yesterday’s rain, the Kewaunee and Baileys Harbor soccer fields have standing water.  Tonight’s scheduled varsity game is going to be played, April 23rd at Kewaunee and the previously scheduled JV game is postponed at this time while we work to find a new date. 

L-C Spartan Baseball splits doubleheader with Foxes

Luxemburg-Casco Baseball resumed conference play Tuesday with a home/road doubleheader in Luxemburg against Fox Valley Lutheran. 


Game 1: LC Wins 2-0 
    Senior Captain Ian Doell threw a complete game shutout gem to get the Spartans to a 5-1 record. Behind his dominant performance, LC racked up six hits.  Jake Cravillion and Jack Kinnard each had multiple hits for Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. Kinnard and Cravillion each collected two hits to lead Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. Luxemburg-Casco Spartans didn't commit a single error in the field. Bryce Davister had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.


Game 2: LC Loses 4-3


 Senior Captain Noah Lindsley took the loss for Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. He allowed nine hits and three runs over five and two-thirds innings, striking out five and walking one. Luxemburg-Casco Spartans scattered seven hits in the game. Jack Kinnard and Owen Deprez all collected multiple hits for Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. Deprez and Kinnard each managed two hits to lead Luxemburg-Casco Spartans. The loss brings LC to a 5-2 record overall and a 4-2 record in conference. 

Next up is a Tuesday game in Luxemburg where the Spartans will host conference opponent Freedom with the opening pitch at 4:30 pm.  

Tuesday track and field results

All seven Door and Kewaunee County track and field teams were in action on Tuesday for both boys and girls. Algoma, Southern Door and Gibraltar were all in Algoma. Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee participated at Kewaunee. Luxemburg-Casco was on their home track.


For the girls in Algoma, the Wolves won their meet picking up 94 points. Southern Door came in second with 68 points, while Gibraltar got 44. Oconto came in last with 29. On the boys side, Southern Door won with 113 points. Algoma and Gibraltar came in second and third respectively with 87 and 54 points.


In Kewaunee, the Storm won for both the boys and the girls. The boys picked up 136 points and the girls got 119. Sturgeon Bay tied for second with Peshtigo on the boys side with 99, while the girls got second with 106. Sevastopol's boys finished in fourth with 20 points and the girls got third with 71.


Luxemburg-Casco's boys and girls came in second as the hosts both behind Fox Valley Lutheran. The boys scored 58 points and the girls got 67.5.



Tuesday's action on the diamond

Tuesday's games on the diamond were headlined by the "War on the Shore" rivalry between the Storm and the Wolves at Kewaunee.


On the baseball side, Kewaunee crushed Algoma 10-0 in six innings.


Two Door County rivals faced off when Sturgeon Bay beat Southern Door 6-2. The game was played at Sturgeon Bay.


Gibraltar fell to Peshtigo on the road 7-1.


In softball, The Algoma softball team made sure the Wolves didn't go winless against their rivals, beating Kewaunee 4-0.


Luxemburg-Casco defeated Fox Valley Lutheran 8-5 at home.


Sevastopol went to Oconto and lost 9-0.




Tuesday girls soccer recap

Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco were winners on the pitch on Tuesday. Both won by at least two goals.


The Clippers went on the road to Marinette to get a 5-2 victory. It was the first win of the season for Sturgeon Bay.


L-C played a home game against Waupaca and got a 3-1 win. Brynn Holzwarth scored twice for the Spartans.

Brewers crush the Cardinals

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-4 Tuesday night. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump and pitched an absolute gem. He went nearly six innings only giving up two earned runs. He fanned six Cardinal batters on the night. Jack Flaherty took the loss for St. Louis. 


The Brewers got on the board early and often. Lorenzo Cain started it off with a solo shot in on the third inning. Then, Yasmani Grandal hit a two-run shot of his own in the same inning. Christian Yelich joined the fun later with a three-run bomb of his own. He has now hit eight homers against the Cardinals alone this year. To go along with ten RBI’s in this series so far. 


Milwaukee will now look to sweep the Cardinals and wrap up the series on Wednesday. Corbin Burnes will be taking the mound for the Brewers. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:40. 

Packers add John Kuhn as teams analyst

Packers alumnus John Kuhn has joined the team as sports analyst for the organization’s digital, broadcast and game presentation department, Gabrielle Dow, Packers vice president of marketing and fan engagement announced today.


Kuhn, a former fullback who played nine seasons in Green Bay, was a key member of teams that won Super Bowl XLV and five division titles.


During his time as a player, Kuhn developed an interest in media and broadcasting and participated in the NFL Broadcasting Boot Camp in 2015. He spent time during and after his playing career guest-hosting and co-hosting a variety of radio and live sports programs.


In his new role as sports analyst, he will create and contribute content to the Packers’ digital properties, including and the team’s social media platforms.


“We’re excited to welcome John to our digital and broadcast team,” said Dow. “His unique football perspective and his great connection with Packers fans and the community will be an outstanding addition to our staff.”


Kuhn, a York, Pennsylvania, native, began his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005 and was claimed off waivers by Green Bay in 2007, where he went on to earn three Pro Bowl selections (2011, 2014-15). He finished his career playing two seasons (2016-17) with the New Orleans Saints, and officially retired as a Packer in March of this year.

Packers claim kicker Ficken

The Green Bay Packers claimed K Sam Ficken off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Monday.


Ficken, a 6-foot-1, 192-pound, first-year player out of Penn State, was originally signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2016 but was released late in August that year. He spent part of the 2017 training camp with the Kansas City Chiefs. Late in the 2017 season, Ficken played in two games for the Los Angeles Rams, connecting on two of three field goals, four of five extra points and recording five touchbacks on eight kickoffs. Last season, he appeared in two games for the Rams and made all 10 extra points, one of three field goals and recorded 11 touchbacks on 13 kickoffs. Ficken will wear No. 7 for the Packers.

Yelich has career night in win

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 10-7 on Monday night. Freddy Peralta started on the bump for Milwaukee and went a little over three innings giving up three earned runs. Lorenzo Cain made another crazy leap at the wall to rob a homer early on in the game. It’s the second time he’s done that early on in the season. 


Christian Yelich had another monster night. He hit three bombs in the game and drove in seven runs for the Brewers. He gave a tip of the hat to the crowd as they begged for a curtain-call after his third one. He is right on pace to make another run at MVP this year. 


Milwaukee will now run it back for game two on Tuesday. Brandon Woodruff will look to make his second start against the Cardinals. He will be going against Jack Flaherty of St. Louis. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:40 from Miller Park. 

Baseball preview: Southern Door manager reflects on son's no-hitter

Southern Door baseball manager Dave Neinas tries to be a coach on a diamond and a dad at home, but that does not mean those lines did not blur a little bit earlier this month. It was Neinas’ son Charlie that went the distance to record a no-hitter against the Algoma Wolves 1-0 on April 5th. The freshman hurler struck out 10 Wolves batters while allowing only three to reach. Neinas says they were able to crack a small smile after a wild pitch gave the Eagles a slim lead.

Winning two close games give the Eagles a perfect 3-0 record heading into Tuesday matchup against rival Sturgeon Bay. Other Packerland Conference baseball games scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday include Algoma traveling to Kewaunee, Sevastopol battling at Oconto, and Gibraltar playing at Peshtigo. Luxemburg-Casco will host a doubleheader against Fox Valley Lutheran at 4 p.m.


Southern Door fans, you can find the complete interview with Coach Dave Neinas online at

Packerland soccer goes non-conference, L-C stays home

Four matches highlight Tuesday's soccer slate in Door and Kewaunee Counties.


It's been feast or famine for the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans, shutting out their opponents three times while being held scoreless four times. The Spartans hope to get back in the win column at 4:30 p.m. when it hosts Waupaca.


After playing Roncalli on Monday, the Kewaunee Storm are back in action on Tuesday at Valders with the first kick at 4:30 p.m.. Prior to Monday the Storm has a loss and a win on the ledger, both by 8-0 scores.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol hopes to get their first decision of the year when it plays at Kiel this afternoon at 4:30 in Institute.


Sturgeon Bay hopes to stop a three-game slide when it battles at Marinette.



Track teams face conference foes Tuesday

Local track teams will play musical chairs this afternoon as the opponents stay relatively the same while traveling to different locations.


Luxemburg-Casco will play host to Denmark and Fox Valley Lutheran in a Northeastern Conference Triangular meet.  The meet begins at 4 p.m. with field events.


Packerland Conference quad meets have Algoma hosting Oconto, Gibraltar, and Southern Door while Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, and Peshtigo will head to Kewaunee. Both Packerland Conference meets start at 4:30 p.m.

Softball round-up: Storm rolls, Spartans fall

The Kewaunee Storm scored a big home win in Packerland Conference action Monday evening, while the Spartans could not get the bats going in a loss to Seymour.


In Luxemburg, Heather Dart's triple set up the Spartans' only run in the 6-1 loss. Ally Dart took the hard loss, giving up three runs while scattering six hits.


In Kewaunee, the Storm's Claire Kohnle did it all as she pitched a complete game and went 3-4 in an 8-5 win over Gibraltar. Karlee Kita provided some of the offensive punch for the Vikings, going 3-3 at the plate.


Softball action Tuesday includes Algoma traveling to Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay hosting Southern Door, Gibraltar heading to Peshtigo, and Sevastopol heading to Oconto. 

Sturgeon Bay falls to Wrightstown

For the first time this season, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team tasted defeat in a 14-4 loss to the Wrightstown Tigers Monday night.


The Clippers scored three runs in the opening frame, but struggled to keep up with the Tigers' offense, which scored in all five innings played including four in the first and five in the fourth. Max Bordeau struck out five in two innings of work. 


Weather permitting, the Clippers look to get back on track with a 5 p.m. tilt at home against Southern Door. 

Bucks win playoff opener

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons 121-86 in game one of the playoffs. The Fiserv Forum was absolutely packed as it was the first playoff game ever hosted inside the building. The crowd was electric from start to finish. It's going to be really tough to beat this team at home during the playoffs. 
The Bucks got out to a 38-18 lead after the first quarter. It was finished off by a standing ovation from the crowd to show their appreciation. Giannis led the way with 11 points and six rebounds. Brook Lopez also chipped in ten points to help give Milwaukee a big lead. 
It was all Bucks again in the second quarter. They kept their foot on the pedal as they were trying to make a statement in game one. Milwaukee would close out the half 69-43. Giannis led the way with a double-double in the first half. Brook Lopez had 14 of his own. 
In the second half, Milwaukee really ran away with it. The Pistons didn't stand a chance. It wasn't even a contest as the Bucks hovered around a 40 point lead for the majority of the time. They would win easily. Giannis finished up with 27 points and 14 rebounds in only 24 minutes. 
Milwaukee will now rest up before taking on the Pistons in game two on Wednesday. They will be back at the Fiserv Forum before playing games three and four in Detroit. Tip-off will be at 7 o’clock. 

Brewers drop final game against Dodgers

The Milwaukee Brewers faced the Los Angeles Dodgers and lost 7-1 on Sunday afternoon. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee and had a tough go at it. He went a little over two innings giving up six earned runs on the night. The Brewers were never able to rally back from the deficit in the game. 
Ross Stripling made it tough on the Brewers lineup. He went eight efficient innings only giving up one earned run in the game. The team only mustered up four hits on the afternoon. Chase Anderson and Jacob Barnes came in relief and pitched really well to end the game on a positive note. The Brewers now move to 10-6 on the season and still sit in first place. 
They will now travel back home to take on the St. Louis Cardinals in a three-game series. Freddy Peralta will have his name called in the rotation for Milwaukee. He will be facing Dakota Hudson of the Cardinals. First pitch will be thrown out from Miller Park at 6:40.

Sturgeon Bay spreads out for baseball games

With rain in the forecast later this week, Monday becomes the best chance for at least one area baseball team to get some action in before the Easter break.


Both the Varsity and JV baseball games between Sturgeon Bay and Wrightstown are scheduled to be played on Monday at 4:30pm at two different fields in Wrightstown. 


The Clippers are on a hot start to begin the season, outscoring its competition by a 80-16 margin, which includes a postponed game against NEW Lutheran still to be decided. 

Softball teams look to squeeze in games

Even with last week's snow sticking around, Monday may be the driest day for softball teams to get in games.


Monday's games include Kewaunee hosting Gibraltar, Luxemburg-Casco playing at home against Seymour, and Sturgeon Bay battling against Peshtigo. The Spartans will play at 4:30 p.m. while the two games involving Packerland Conference teams have been moved up to 4 p.m. You can find more on these games at 

Kewaune soccer prepares for Roncalli

After losing out on a day or two last week, area soccer teams like Kewaunee are hopeful they will get in more matches this week.


The Storm will head south for a 4:30 p,m. matchup against Roncalli.  After opening up the season with an 8-0 win over Green Bay West, the Storm hopes they can rebound from an 8-0 loss against Denmark. It is the first of three games this week for the Storm, which heads to Valders on Tuesday before its first Packerland Conference match against Sevastopol/Gibraltar on Thursday. 



Davies leads Brewers past the Dodgers

Zach Davies strong start on Saturday night led the Brewers to a 4-1 victory over the Dodgers in Los Angeles. He went 7 innings only allowing 1 run and striking out 6. The only run Davies allowed was a solo home run to Cody Bellinger. Junior Guerra pitched 2 perfect innings to close the game out and get the save. 


Mike Moustakas and Orlando Arcia hit solo home runs and Travis Shaw added a 2-run single to provide the scoring for Milwaukee.


The Brewers go for the sweep on Sunday. Jhoulys Chacin starts for Milwaukee against Ross Stripling for the Dodgers. First pitch is at 3:10 PM.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer gets game in against Ripon

All of Door and Kewaunee County high school sports scheduled for Saturday was postponed or canceled except for Luxemburg-Casco soccer. The Spartans went to Ripon and picked up a 1-0 victory. Heather Iverson scored on a penalty kick to supply the only goal of the game. Natalie Haen notched another shutout.


The game was originally supposed to be played on Friday but was postponed by a day because of the poor field conditions at Ripon.


The Spartans next game will be their first one in the conference when they take on Waupaca at home on Tuesday at 4:30 PM. 

Sturgeon Bay - Monday, April 15th Wrightstown baseball Games

Both the Varsity and JV baseball games between Sturgeon Bay and Wrightstown are scheduled to be played on Monday at 4:30pm at two different fields in Wrightstown. All baseball players are asked to bring their uniforms to school on Monday. When a bus departure time is set (likely around 2:15pm) it will be posted here and announced in school. Both schools are hopeful that these fields will be playable on Monday, the 15th.

Brewers get a little revenge on the Dodgers

The Brewers played their fourth straight game in Southern California and finally got a victory on Friday. After getting swept in a three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels, Milwaukee defeated the team that knocked them out of the playoffs last year. The Brewers defeated the Dodgers 8-5 behind terrific performances from the offense and the bullpen. Hernan Perez and Yasmani Grandal each hit two-run home runs. Grandal played the last four seasons for the Dodgers before signing with the Brewers this past offseason.


Corbin Burnes started on the mound for the Brewers and he struggled, allowing 5 runs in just 4 1/3 innings. The bullpen cleaned things up and pitched 4 2/3 scoreless innings. Matt Albers was the first replacement for Burnes and he picked up the win. 


The Brewers continue their series in Los Angeles Saturday night at 8:10 PM.

Winter claims Thursday schedule, affects future

A winter storm will force athletic directors to rearrange schedules over the next several weeks. 


All of yesterday's games and practices were wiped out when area schools closed early due to winter weather and deteriorating road conditions. There are still several games on the schedule for Friday and Saturday, but that is certainly subject to change. We will update as we know more.



Kewaunee soccer vs. Green Bay East now 5/20

Algoma baseball vs. Peshtigo now 4/27

Sturgeon Bay baseball vs. Sevastopol now 5/6 in Institute, now a doubleheader

Luxemburg-Casco softball @ Denmark now 4/22



Luxemburg-Casco Soccer vs Ripon now 4/13 at 1 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco golf @ Shamrock Heights now 4/26



Sturgeon Bay Baseball vs. Algoma now a doubleheader on 5/9 


Sturgeon Bay sports schedule changes

With our game against NEW Lutheran suspended after 3 innings on 4-8-19, both teams girls softball and boys baseball will make up their games in a doubleheader on May 2nd at PBI and  Memorial Field respectively, game start time will be 4 PM.


With today's inclement weather we also have rescheduled our games against Sevastopol for Thursday to be played in the same doubleheader format at Sevastopol on May 6th. Time: TBD.


Games scheduled for Friday 4-12-19 softball at Algoma and Saturday morning 4-13-19 baseball are looking to be rescheduled as well. More details to follow.

Bucks close out special season

The Milwaukee Bucks played host to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night and lost 127-116. Finishing first in the NBA with a record of 60-22. Heading into the matchup they were planning to be without Giannis and a couple of other key pieces due to rest before the playoffs. Aaron Rodgers was sitting court-side to cheer on his team for the game. He is a minority owner of the Bucks. 


Milwaukee got off to a hot start even though they had a good majority of their team out. After the first quarter, they were out ahead of the Thunder 31-29. DJ Wilson got to it right away scoring nine points to lead the way for the Bucks. Tim Frazier also pitched in nine points and five assists of his own. 


It was a different story in the second quarter as the Thunder came out and took the lead back. Dennis Schroder would finish up with 15 points at halftime for the Thunder. The Bucks focused heavily on getting some of the deeper bench players some minutes since they already wrapped up home-court advantage throughout the playoffs. 


It was all Thunder in the second half. Dennis Schroder was the high scorer in the game with 32 points for Oklahoma City. Tim Frazier had a career-high 29 points and 13 assists in the loss for the Bucks. Khris Middleton added 21 on the night. 


The Bucks will now rest up a couple of days before beginning round one of the playoffs Sunday. They will be matched up against the Detroit Pistons. Milwaukee is poised to make a deep run in the playoffs this year. They will kick off game one and two at the Fiserv Forum.

Brewers swept by Angels

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Los Angeles Angles 4-2 Wednesday night. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump for Milwaukee and went six innings giving up four earned runs with seven strikeouts. The bullpen would hold the Angels scoreless the rest of the way but Milwaukee wasn't able to get back into it. 


Christian Yelich stayed hot at the plate with two RBI singles in the game. He has been a constant in the Brewer lineup all season long. Lorenzo Cain also added two hits of his own on the night. The rest of the lineup was a combined 3-23 from the plate. The loss would push their record to 8-5. 


Milwaukee will have another tough series against the other LA team starting on Friday. The Dodgers will welcome the Brewers in for a rematch of the NLCS last season. Corbin Burnes will have his name called in the rotation for Milwaukee. He will square off against Julio Urias. First pitch will be thrown out at 9:10 from Dodger stadium.

Golf meet canceled, others wait for final word

A Packerland Conference golf invitational in Green Bay scheduled for Thursday has been canceled.


Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay were supposed to meet their other conference rivals at The Woods Golf Course in Green Bay, but Mother Nature had a different opinion on whether or not the meet would take place. There are currently no plans of rescheduling. 


As of early Thursday morning, no other games in softball, baseball, or soccer had been postponed or canceled. Postponements and cancellation announcements are likely to come later today.


Just in case the games do get played, here is the schedule for Thursday's games


Baseball: games begin at 5:00 p.m.

Kewaunee vs. NEW Lutheran

Algoma at Peshtigo

Southern Door at Gibraltar

Sturgeon Bay vs. Sevastopol


Softball: games begin at 5:00 p.m. unless noted

Kewaunee vs. NEW Lutheran

Algoma at Peshtigo

Southern Door at Gibraltar

Sturgeon Bay vs. Sevastopol

Luxemburg-Casco at Denmark (4:30 p.m.)


Soccer: games start at 4:30 p.m.

Kewaunee vs. Green Bay East

Luxemburg-Casco vs. Marinette


SBHS Students Gain Experience Through Hands on ATA Program

Not all high school students are athletes, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be involved in athletics.  The Athletic Training Aide (ATA) program at Sturgeon Bay High School allows students to be actively involved in athletics from a different angle. 


The ATA program started three years ago during the 2016-2017 school year.  The program allows high school students to learn basic sports medicine skills and assist in after school coverage of the athletic training room as well as coverage of home sporting events with a certified athletic trainer.  The program is designed as a Varsity lettering program.  Students must complete at least 120 hours of after school and event coverage with a certified athletic trainer as well as complete assigned learning modules to qualify for the Varsity letter. 


Students are able to participate in the program year round or just during specific sporting seasons (Fall, Winter, or Spring) depending on their availability and participation in other extra-curricular activities.  All students who participate in the ATA program are CPR/AED/First Aid certified and also learn a lot of practical sports medicine skills like how to handle emergencies when it comes to asthma, allergic reactions, splinting of fractures or dislocations, and taping of common sports injuries to name a few.


During its first year, the program only had two students but has grown and currently has eight students who participate throughout the year.  Most of the ATA students want to pursue some sort of degree in medicine in the future and see the program as a great opportunity to gain knowledge and experience.  However, some students are just looking for a way to get involved with peers in high school and see the program as a fun way to be involved. 

Max McHugh becomes All-American as a freshman

2018 Sevastopol graduate Max McHugh became the first ever collegiate freshman to earn NCAA  All-American status from Door County. Competing in Austin, Texas, McHugh first swam the 100 breaststroke and swam a 50.30 in the qualifier. Then in the finals swam 50.52 and placed third in the nation in the 100 breaststroke.

Then on the final day of the NCAA Championships Max was seeded eighth the 200 breaststroke and swam a time of 1:51.36 in prelims. Seeded third in the finals, McHugh swam a 1:49.41. His time was good enough for second place in the country.

To be an All-American in NCAA swimming you must finish in the top eight at the NCAA Championships. So in the 2019 Championships, not only did Max McHugh become the first ever Door County graduate to become All-American as a freshman, he did it twice in the 100 and 200 breaststrokes.

His time in the 100 breaststroke was the fourth fastest time in the event in United States history. In the 200 breaststroke, McHugh swam the sixth fastest time ever recorded in U.S. history.

Next up for Max and his older brother Conner will be the Olympic Trials in the summer of 2020 with an eye on the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo. The United States can only take two breaststorkers in each event.


To listen to Coach/dad Mike McHugh on the radio stations of in four segments click on the audio links below:






Brewers drop game two in LA 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost 11-8 against the Los Angeles Angels. It was another episode of a slugfest as both teams put up runs easily. The Brewers rallied back from being six runs down at one point but eventually fell short. 


Freddy Peralta drew the start for Milwaukee. He was roughed up in the first inning. He would give up six earned runs in the bottom of the first. Seven total by the time he was taken out in the fourth. 


Yasmani Grandal had a monster night at the plate. He had two homers in the game to go along with three RBI and three runs. It was his first breakout game since being signed. That wouldn’t be enough as the Angels would rally late to put them away. 


The two teams will now run it back for the third and final matchup in the series. Brandon Woodruff will be taking the mound for Milwaukee. They have now dropped two in a row to start out the road trip. The Brewers will face Felix Pena for LA. First pitch will be thrown out at 9:07 from Angel Stadium of Anaheim. 

Local track and field teams show up big on Tuesday

For both the girls and boys track and field teams for Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door, they finished first and second respectively in the Peshtigo Quadrangular on Tuesday. Peshtigo and Oconto also participated. Meanwhile, Luxemburg-Casco's boys and girls teams were in Clintonville picking up big points as well.


For the girls in Peshtigo, the Clippers dominated the field picking up 156 points. The Eagles came in second with 56 points.


It was a much closer finish in the boys events. Sturgeon Bay led the way with 98 points. Southern Door picked up 85.5 which edged Peshtgo's 80 points for second place.


Both of Luxemburg-Casco's track and field teams picked up victories in the Clintonville NEC Triangular. The boys got 86 points, while the girls won with 83.

Tuesday baseball roundup

Two Kewaunee County baseball teams were in action on Tuesday. Algoma had one game while Luxemburg-Casco played a doubleheader.


Algoma played in their second game of the season at Wausaukee. The Wolves came out with a 14-5 loss.


Luxemburg-Casco won two games on Tuesday at home against Clintonville. Thursday's game was moved up to today in anticipation of bad weather. The Spartans won game one 6-0 and took game two in a more football-like score of 18-12.

Tuesday softball results

A couple of blowout wins headline the area's softball teams in Tuesday's games.


Algoma had no issue with at Green Bay NEW Lutheran to pick up a conference win. The final score was 16-1.


Luxemburg-Casco took their talents to Freedom and came out with a 12-2 win over the Irish in a North Eastern Conference battle.

Girls soccer Tuesday results

It was a rough Tuesday on the pitch for Door and Kewaunee County teams. There were three local teams in action on Thursday.


Kewaunee played at Denmark in a non-conference matchup and lost 8-0.


Sturgeon Bay's rough non-conference season continued with a 5-1 loss at Freedom.


Luxemburg-Casco could not handle Ashwaubenon in a 4-0 loss on the road.

Packers announce pre-season opponents

The Green Bay Packers’ preseason schedule features an opener at Lambeau Field and all four games against AFC teams. The preliminary schedule was communicated by the National Football League on Tuesday.


Date                      Opponent                                            Time (CT)                             TV             

Aug. 8-12               HOUSTON TEXANS                                   TBA                    Packers TV Network

Aug. 15-19             at Baltimore Ravens                                    TBA                    Packers TV Network

Aug. 22-25             vs. Oakland Raiders (location TBD)            TBA                    Packers TV Network

Aug. 29                  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS                              TBA                    Packers TV Network


Specific dates and times to be announced

All games broadcast on the Packers TV Network will also be broadcast on Telemundo Wisconsin


For the third consecutive season, the Packers are scheduled to open the preseason at home, hosting the Houston Texans. Leading into the game, the Packers will host the Texans for joint practices in Green Bay. Days and times will be announced at a later date. It is the first time the Packers will play against the Texans in the preseason. The Texans have played in Green Bay two times, with both meetings taking place in December (2008 and 2016).


The Packers will go on the road for their second preseason game, traveling to Baltimore to play the Ravens. It marks only the second preseason meeting between the two teams. The only other preseason game between the two took place in Baltimore in 1996.


The Packers’ third preseason game will be against the Oakland Raiders, with the location to be determined. It is the first of two preseason games (Kansas City) where Green Bay faces a team it also plays in the regular season. It will be the 11th time the Packers and Raiders have met in the preseason, including the fourth matchup in the past six years (2014, 2016 and 2018).


Green Bay will close out the preseason against Kansas City at Lambeau Field. It is the second consecutive year the Packers play the Chiefs in the preseason finale and the eighth time since 2010.

Packerland Conference Baseball Standings

It's early, but Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay are off to a great start to the 2019 varsity baseball season. The Eagles and Clippers are both undefeated through the first week of the season. No other teams in the conference can make that claim. Here is a look at the current standings as provided by Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:


SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Southern Door                           3                      0     

Sturgeon Bay                             2                      0

Peshtigo                                     2                      1        

Gibraltar                                     1                      1     

Kewaunee                                  1                      1     

NEW Lutheran                           1                      2     

Algoma                                       0                      1

Oconto                                       0                      2

Sevastopol                                 0                      2 

Packerland Conference Softball Standings

Packerland Conference softball is off and running with one team (Southern Door) already having played four conference games. Oconto has an early lead in the standings at (3-0). Here is a look at the current conference standings as provided by Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:


SCHOOL                               WON              LOST                                                            

Oconto                                        3                      0

Kewaunee                                  1                      0

Southern Door                           3                      1     

Gibraltar                                     1                      1

Peshtigo                                     1                      1

Sevastopol                                 1                      1     

Algoma                                       0                      1

Sturgeon Bay                             0                      2                                         

NEW Lutheran                           0                      3      

Boys youth baseball season is upon us

Spring is here, bringing with it warmer temperatures, green grass, and baseball season! Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League (formerly Sturgeon Bay Cal Ripken League) is a baseball league for boys ages 7-12, which teaches children the basics of the sport as well as sportsmanship. Not only do the boys get the chance to practice and learn the fundamentals of the sport, but they also get to play games among the other teams. And we, as parents and relatives, get the joy of watching our sons on the baseball fields staying active and having fun all at the same time.


Registration is taking place RIGHT NOW! Forms are available by emailing or by going online to our Facebook page “Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League” This is also a great resource to stay up to date with upcoming events such as tryouts, schedules, rain cancellations, as well as any other important information for the league.


Please mail or drop off all registration forms and the registration fee of $50 per child to:

 Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League   232 S 12th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI  54235.


All Games are played at the three fields by Sunset Park. There are three divisions for children: Rookies, Minors and Majors based off of their date of births. Majors games are played on Monday and Wednesday nights while Minors/Rookies play on Tuesday and Thursday nights.


Each child receives a team T-shirts and a baseball cap for the season. Players are responsible for supplying their own baseball glove and gray pants. Other equipment is provided unless a child wants to bring their own batting helmet or bat.


The Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League is looking forward to a great season with our Door County Youth!


See you on the fields! Be sure to mail in OR drop off your registration forms/fee TODAY!!

Brewers drop game one in LA 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost 5-2 against the Los Angeles Angels. It was the opening game of a week full of matchups against the LA teams. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee and faced off against Trevor Cahill of the Angels. 


Chacin hummed in this start. He went a little over six innings only giving up three earned runs. It was a quality start produced by the Milwaukee hurler, but he would still wind up with a loss. Run support was hard for him to find in this one. 


Orlando Arcia got things going in the second with an RBI single to give the Brewers a lead early on. Mike Moustakas would go deep to center field in the fourth inning to account for the other run. Mike Trout robbed Christian Yelich of a homer in the game. One MVP robbing another MVP. 


The Brewers just had a tough time getting enough runs across and eventually fell in LA. They will now run it back for another game on Tuesday. Freddy Peralta will be taking the mound for Milwaukee. He will face Matt Harvey for LA. First pitch will be thrown out at 9:07 from Angel Stadium of Anaheim. 

Area teams race against weather

Tuesday is proving to be an important day on the calendar for local schools. This afternoon marks the final day of competition before a snow storm is expected to hit the area on Thursday, dumping several inches in the process. You can find more information about some of the upcoming events at 





Luxemburg-Casco vs. Clintonville, Wrightstown @ Clintonville 4 p.m.

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Peshtigo and Oconto @ Peshtigo 4 p.m.

Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Kewaunee, Algoma, and NEW Lutheran @ Sevastopol 4 p.m.



Luxemburg-Casco vs. Clintonville 4 p.m. doubleheader

Algoma vs. Wausaukee 5 p.m.



Luxemburg-Casco @ Freedom 4:30 p.m.

Algoma @ NEW Lutheran 5:00 p.m.


Girls' Soccer

Luxemburg-Casco @ Ashwaubenon 6:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay @ Freedom 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol vs. Marinette @ Baileys Harbor Town Park 4:30 p.m.

Kewaunee @ Denmark 4:30 p.m.

Baseball round-up: Sturgeon Bay suspended, Kewaunee loses

The wrong kind of storm won games throughout northeast Wisconsin Monday as Sturgeon Bay saw their game called after three innings.


The Clippers saw a 2-0 lead vanish thanks to a string of singles in the third inning by NEW Lutheran. The Blazers eventually took a 3-2 lead before the game was suspended due to lightning in the area.


The Kewaunee Storm did not fare much better, losing to Oconto 7-3 despite two hits from Daniel Stangel.


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Softball round-up: L-C remains unbeaten

Luxemburg-Casco remains unbeaten on the young season for the area's lone softball win Monday.


In Waupaca, McKenzie Hanson, Ally Dart, Jenna Jorgensen, and Ali Routhieaux all collected two hits in a 9-0 Spartans win over the host Comets. The afternoon set was short a game and an inning thanks to lightning. 


Tehya Bertrand clubbed a three-run homer, but the Southern Door Eagles could not survive a 12-hit barrage by Seymour in an 8-4 loss in Brussels. Jessica Jacobson, Jackie Atkins and Bertrand all had two hits to lead the Eagles.


Kewaunee received RBI hits from Mykenzi Uhlers, Alaina Ledvina and Taylor Schlies, but it was not nearly enough in a 13-3 loss to Oconto.


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Bucks earn win #60 on the season

The Milwaukee Bucks last 60-win season came in 1981. The 2018-19 Bucks could hit 61-wins if they can finish out the season Wednesday night with a victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder.


On Sunday, Milwaukee took care of business against the Atlanta Hawks 115-107. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 30 points and nine rebounds while getting more rest than usual. Khris Middleton added 21 points, Sterling Brown scored ten as did D.J. Wilson in the Bucks victory.

Brewers win third straight series

The Milwaukee Brewers squared off and beat the Chicago Cubs 4-2 on Sunday afternoon. Zach Davies started on the bump for Milwaukee and faced off against Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs. Miller Park was packed once again for this I-94 rivalry. 


The Brewers wasted no time getting runs on the board in the bottom of the first inning. Lorenzo Cain started it off with a single to leadoff the inning. Then, Christian Yelich came up to the plate and launched a two-run bomb to right field. It was his 100th of his career and his fifth on the early season. That would put Milwaukee up 2-0 early on in the game. 


The Brewers added to that lead with an RBI single from Travis Shaw in the bottom of the third inning. Christian Yelich would drive in a run as well with a sac fly right after. That would put Milwaukee comfortably ahead with a 4-0 lead heading into the top of the fifth inning. 


Zach Davies was in control on the mound all day against the Cubs lineup. He went nearly six innings strong only giving up two unearned runs on his start. He would hand the ball over to the bullpen with a 4-2 lead. From there, Alex Claudio came in and got an out in the seventh before getting into trouble. Josh Hader was summoned from the bullpen early to come on and clean up a one-out mess. He would get a pop out and a strikeout to bail the Brewers out.


He continued on to close out the eighth and ninth innings to secure the win for Milwaukee. He picked up his fifth save of the season in dominant fashion. 


Milwaukee will now get on a plane and travel to Los Angeles to start a series on Monday against the Angels. Jhoulys Chacin will take the mound for the Brewers as he will square off against Trevor Cahill. "The Crew" will look to carry their momentum into this next week where they will be squaring off against both LA teams on the road. 

Baseball back in action Monday

The weekend was short for several area baseball teams as they hit the diamond Monday for a number of games.


In Packerland Conference action, Sturgeon Bay hits the road to face Green Bay NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol hosts Peshtigo, Gibraltar travels to Algoma, and Kewaunee plays at Oconto. All games begin at 5 p.m.

Softball begins week on diamond

Area softball teams will start off the week with a number of games on Monday afternoon.


In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco will play a doubleheader at Waupaca beginning at 4 p.m.


Packerland Conference action this afternoon includes Kewaunee traveling to Oconto, Sturgeon Bay heading south to play Green Bay NEW Lutheran, Southern Door staying at home to play Seymour, Algoma playing at home against Gibraltar, and Sevastopol hosting Peshtigo.


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Clippers Move To 5-0 With Victories At Wild Rose

Game 1 on Saturday saw Sturgeon Bay shut out Rio 14-0 in 5 innings behind the 2-hit pitching of freshman Chris Lodl. His performance included 6 strikeouts and 2 walks. Hitting leaders with 2 hits each were Ryan Jacobson, Mitchell Jackson, and Trent Ehlers, with Ehlers producing 4 RBI with a double and a triple.

Isaac Berkley and Anthony Jennerjohn shared pitching duties in a 21-4 trouncing
of Wild Rose in game 2. Jake Schneider had a monster day at the plate, going 4-4 with 7 RBI. Ryan Jacobson and Reece Nellis had 2 hits each, and Max Bordeau put Wild Rose out of their misery with a 3-run HR in the final inning of the 5-inning game. Sturgeon Bay now travels to NEW Lutheran on Monday for a Packerland Conference battle.

Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay girls soccer tie

A day after both schools lost in the opening game of the Notre Dame Quad, Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay tied each other at two on Saturday. Starr and Fischer Beckham scored the two goals for the Clippers.


On Friday, Sturgeon Bay lost to the host school 7-1, while L-C lost a tough hard-fought game to Lakeland 1-0.


The Spartans next match will be on Tuesday at Ashwaubenon at 6:30 PM. Sturgeon Bay will play at Freedom on Tuesday at 4:30 PM. 

Brewers lose to Cubs in another slugfest

The Brewers six-game winning streak and the Cubs six-game losing streak both ended on Friday night at Miller Park. A night after 23 total runs were scored in a Brewers win, there were 22 combined runs in a Cubs victory. The final score was 14-8. Lorenzo Cain led off the game in the bottom of the first with a home run. He would later double in a run as well.


However, the major star of the night was the Cubs Jason Heyward who went 3-3 with two homers, two walks and two stolen bases.


Ryan Braun did his best to keep the Brewers in the game with a three-run shot in the seventh to cut the Cubs lead to 7-5. The Cubs then put the game away in the very next half-inning by putting up seven on the board.


Eric Thames would add a three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth to cap the scoring.


Brewers starting pitcher Corbin Burnes struggled in five innings of work allowing seven runs. He was the losing pitcher. Alex Wilson came in the game in the 8th and only recorded one out and allowed six earned runs. Cole Hamels started for the Cubs and was the winning pitcher going six innings and allowing only two runs.


The two division rivals will play the rubber match of the series on Sunday afternoon at 1:10.

Short handed Bucks lose to Nets

The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the Brooklyn Nets 133-128 Saturday night. They were without Giannis Antetokounmpo who was sidelined with a left calf injury. Fiserv Forum was packed and the game definitely had a playoff feeling to it.


Eric Bledsoe and Khris Middleton shouldered most of the weight with Giannis being out. Eric Bledsoe went for a career-high 33 points to go along with 11 assists. Middleton chipped in 24 points of his own. D’angelo Russell scored 25 points and dished out 10 assists to lead the way for the Nets.


The Bucks pulled together a fourth quarter comeback to put them up a point inside the final two minutes. Missed free throws by Milwaukee eventually cost them down the stretch and allowed Brooklyn to escape with the win.


The team will rest up before playing another game at Fiserv Forum Sunday. They will welcome in the Atlanta Hawks. The Bucks are still searching for their 60th win on the season with two games to go. Tip-off will be at 6:00.

Gibraltar track and field picks up some points in Neenah

Gibraltar participated in the Neenah Boys Indoor Invite on Friday and picked up 28.5 team points. Victor Jauregui, Leif Olson and Evan Henry were some of the standouts for the Vikings. Visit the Gibraltar page at for a full recap of the action.

Friday's high school baseball scores

It was a busy night on the diamond for Door and Kewaunee County high schools. Those teams went 4-1 on the day.


Gibraltar defeated Loyal in a tournament in Mauston by a final score of 5-4.


Southern Door's freshman pitcher Charlie Neinas pitched a no-hitter against Algoma, leading the Eagles to a 1-0 victory.


Sturgeon Bay had no problem with Oconto winning 10-0 in five innings.


Luxemburg-Casco won a conference home game against Marinette 7-3.


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Brewers outslug the Cubs

It seemed defense and pitching were not required in Milwaukee Friday night as the Brewers defeated the Cubs 13-10. Ryan Braun, Eric Thames, Hernan Perez, Yasmani Grandal and Orlando Arcia all hit home runs for the Brewers. Chase Anderson came out of relief to pick up the win. Milwaukee has now won six games in a row and is 7-1 on the season. They'll take on the Cubs again on Saturday night at Miller Park, first pitch at 6:10.

Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League tryouts

Tryouts for the Major Leagues will be held from 5:00-6:30 on April 23 at Sunset Park (weather permitting). One change this year is that all 11 and 12 year-olds will be playing in the Majors. Therefore, any players in that age group who have not played in the Majors must try out. Coaches will use their notes from tryouts to create teams as fairly as possible.


10 year-olds who would like to try out can do so. There is no guarantee they will be drafted into the Majors, but they are welcome to try.


Players should report to tryouts at the following times:


10 year-olds (optional): 5:00-5:30
11 year-olds: 5:30-6:00
12 year-olds: 6:00-6:30

Bucks clinch best record in NBA

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Philadelphia 76ers 128-122 Thursday night. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with a monster night. He had 45 points to go along with 13 rebounds. It was another vintage MVP performance this season. 


Eric Bledsoe got ejected from the game right away after Joel Embiid threw a ball at him and he retaliated. He rifled the ball back at him and got thrown out of the game early on. That would provide a spark for the Bucks all night in a heated matchup. 


Milwaukee would hold on and close out the fourth quarter to clinch home-court advantage throughout the playoffs. They are now one win away from hitting 60 wins on the season. All led behind the best player in the league, Giannis. 


The Bucks will now have a day off before they go for their 60th win against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday. Tip-off will be at 4:00. Door County Daily News will be down for the coverage. 

Track Round-Up: Kewaunee boys win Denmark meet

The Kewaunee boys track team came out the big winners Thursday on a day the Storm and the Gibraltar Vikings' girls team saw action. 


The Storm scored 159.5 points in the eight-team invitational in Denmark. Max Hanrahan (800m), Nick Baumgartner (300m hurdles and pole vault), the 4 x 400 relay, Tanor Bortolini (shot put), and Elliot Van Goethem (Discus) all captured titles.  The girls' team took 5th in the meet, led by top four finishes by Sara Dax (shot and discus), 4 x 800 relay, Elizabeth Lamach (1600m and 3200 m run), and Ashlyn Pribek ( 400m and 800m run).


The Vikings' girls found themselves still inside at a meet held in Neenah. In the team's fifth place finish that featured mostly Division 1 squads, Abbi Sitte (55m dash, high jump, and long jump) and the 4x160 relay team collected top 3 finishes.


On Friday, the Gibraltar boys get their chance to shine in Neenah beginning at 4:15 p.m. You can find full results for Thursday's meet online at 


Baseball round-up: Gibraltar, Kewaunee gets wins

It was a nailbiter in Fish Creek and a blowout in Peshtigo as Gibraltar and Kewaunee both picked up early season victories Thursday. 


Two big rallies in the second and sixth innings along with a strong pitching performance by Daniel Stangel gave the Storm the 11-1 victory over the Bulldogs.


A two-hit, two RBI day for Spencer Krause was the difference in the Vikings' 7-6 win over the visiting Pioneers.


You can find more details about these games at


Baseball action for Friday includes Sturgeon Bay hosting Oconto and Southern Door playing at home against Algoma. 

Softball round-up: L-C, Southern Door win in shutouts

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans and Southern Door Eagles softball teams had impressive performance during their shutout wins Thursday. Sevastopol knocked off their conference rival Gibraltar.


A five-spot in the fifth inning was all pitcher Aly Dart needed as the Spartans rolled to a 5-0 victory over Marinette.


For the second time this week, Southern Door did not need to play a full seven innings to win, shutting out Algoma 12-0 in just five frames.


Sevastopol recovered from their blowout opening day loss to slip by Gibraltar 7-6. Karley Schram led the Pioneers going 2-3 including a three-run homer.


You can find more details about these games at


Softball games slated for Friday include Kewaunee hosting Two Rivers and Sturgeon Bay battling at home against Oconto. 





Phoenix fall in CIT Championship

A 26-8 run by the host Marshall Thundering Herd ended the season for the Green Bay Phoenix Thursday night with a 90-70 defeat in the Tournament championship game. Sandy Cohen, JayQuan McCloud, and Shanquan Hemphill led the Phoenix in scoring with all three registering double figures in points. The Phoenix actually held a double-digit lead for large portions of the first half before entering halftime with just a 42-40. The Thundering Herd put the clamps down on the Phoenix in the second half, allowing them to only shoot 27 percent from the field and kept their visitors scoreless for the final five minutes. The Phoenix finished the season 21-17 while breaking several program records along the way.  

Busy Thursday in high school sports

Six of the seven Door and Kewaunee County high schools are participating in at least one sporting event on Thursday. Kewaunee has four events on Thursday while Gibraltar has three.


Track and field


Both Kewaunee's girls and boys track and field teams will travel to Denmark High School for the Denmark Cold Vike Invite. The Gibraltar girls track and field team will head to Neenah High School for the Neenah Girls Indoor Invite.




Sevastopol goes up to Gibraltar and Kewaunee will play at Peshtigo.




Kewaunee will play at Chilton. Sevastopol will also play at Gibraltar in Softball as well. Algoma and Southern Door meet in a conference matchup. While Luxemburg-Casco will host Marinette.


Girls Soccer


The Storm girls soccer team will play at Green Bay West.

Peralta deals, Brewers sweep Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 Wednesday afternoon. Manny Pina provided all of the run support needed in this one with an RBI single in the second. It was a low scoring affair in the final game of the series. 


Freddy Peralta was dominant on the mound for Milwaukee. He went a career-high eight innings of shutout baseball while striking out 11 in the contest. He would pick up his first win of the season. 


With Josh Hader not available for the game after pitching the previous two, Alex Wilson came in to close the ninth. Couple threats in the inning, but he would come out with a save. After sweeping the Reds, “the crew” is now 6-1 on the season. 


Milwaukee will now travel back home where they will start a series with the Cubs Friday. Brandon Woodruff is slated to take the mound for the Brewers. He will square off against Jose Quintana. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10

Clippers Soccer loses to Sheboygan Lutheran

Sturgeon Bay varsity girls soccer lost 3-1 to Sheboygan Lutheran on Tuesday.  Madison Starr scored in the fourth minute to give the Clippers the lead. Sheboygan Lutheran scored twice to take a 2-1 advantage into half time. 


Sturgeon Bay was unable to score in the second half and Sheboygan put the game away with a third goal in the 70th minute.  In goal for the Clippers, McKenna Gibson had seven saves in the loss.

Tuesday's action on the diamond

Baseball and softball seasons are in full swing in Door and Kewaunee County. Six of the seven schools in those counties were in action on Tuesday.


Gibraltar split at Green Bay NEW Lutheran with the softball team victorious 25-3 and the baseball team losing 12-7.


Sturgeon Bay played at Kewaunee and those teams split their matchups as well. Sturgeon Bay baseball won 17-0 in six innings. Kewaunee softball knocked off the Clippers 14-4.


Southern Door baseball won in dramatic fashion over Sevastopol. Derik LeCaptain hit a walk-off single to give Southern Door a 7-6 victory. The Eagles softball took care of the Pioneers 15-0.


Luxemburg-Casco earned a split on their home fields. Spartan baseball fell to Marinette 7-1. The softball shutout Valders 4-0.

Tuesday girls soccer recap

Luxemburg-Casco picked up their first win of the season while Sturgeon Bay lost their opener. The Spartans' home opener went very well for them as they knocked off Green Bay NEW Lutheran 3-0. Heather Iverson, Brynn Holzwarth and Allison Prevost all scored goals. Natalie Haen picked up her second shutout this season. L-C will play at Lakeland on Friday at 6:30 PM.


Sturgeon Bay opened their season at Sheboygan Lutheran and lost 3-1. Mad Starr scored the lone goal for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play at Notre Dame on Friday at 4:30 PM.

Arcia's homer leads Brewers past the Reds

Orlando Arcia's first hit of the season couldn't have come at a better time for the Brewers. With the game tied at one in the sixth, Arcia hit a three-run home run off Reds reliever Michael Lorenzen. Milwaukee would be able to hold on to the lead and win by a final score of 4-3. Arcia came into that at-bat in the sixth at 0-14 on the season.


Jhoulys Chacin got the start on the mound for the Brewers and picked up the victory pitching 5 2/3 innings allowing 2 runs. Josh Hader picked up his league-leading fourth save. Zach Duke got the loss in relief for the Reds.


The Brewers have now won four games in a row. They will finish up their three-game set in Cincinnati in a Wednesday matinee with the first pitch coming at 11:35 AM.

 Brewers Reporter Brett Kinnard's report:




The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 Tuesday night. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee only giving up two earned runs in a little over five innings. He would earn the win with that effort. 


The Brewers would get on the board first with a Jesus Aguilar RBI single in the top of the third. Orlando Arcia provided all the pop in this game. He hit a three-run bomb in the top of the sixth inning to put Milwaukee up 4-1. It was his first hit of the season. 


The Reds would plate two runs before the ninth inning to summon Josh Hader on to close it out. He would strike out two and pick up his fourth save in six games. The Brewers move to 5-1 early on in the season. 


The two teams will now run it back for game three of the series tomorrow. Milwaukee will trot out Freddy Peralta to try and help the team complete the sweep. First pitch will be thrown out at 11:35 from the Great American Ball Park. 

Cohen III hits game-winner in OT

Sandy Cohen III's late-game heroics now has UW-Green Bay on the verge of a postseason championship. The Phoenix defeated Texas Southern 87-86 in overtime on Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Tournament. Texas Southern took the lead on a putback layup by Jeremy Combs with eight seconds left. UW-Green Bay called a timeout and called a play for Cohen who came down the floor to hit a foul line jumper with 1.5 seconds left. Texas Southern's heave did not hit the rim.


The game was tied at 76 going to overtime after the Tigers finished regulation on a 6-0 run.


Cohen tied with Texas Southern's Tyrik Armstrong for a game-high 23 points. 


The Phoenix will travel to Marshall on Thursday in the championship game of the CIT, tip-off at 6 PM.

Brewers win in late game heroics

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 Monday night at the Great American Ball Park. Zach Davies drew his turn in the rotation as he faced off against Tanner Roark for the Reds. It was a cold matchup that winded up keeping a lot of balls from going out. 


The Brewers got right after it in the first inning when Jesus Aguilar drove in two runs on a double to open up the scoring. Mike Moustakas would continue his hot start to the season by adding an RBI double as well. Milwaukee would push their lead out to 3-0 early on after the first inning. 


Zach Davies had an efficient day on the mound against the Reds. He went five innings strong only allowing two runs to come across in the fifth. Cincinnati plated another run in the seventh off of Alex Claudio to knot the game up 3-3. 


It was late-game excitement again for Milwaukee in this one. In the top of the ninth with two outs, Christian Yelich ripped a double to left field. Ryan Braun stepped in next and ripped a double down the left field line to score Yelich and give the Brewers the lead. Josh Hader would trot in to close out the bottom of the ninth and earn his third save of the season. 


The two teams will now run it back tomorrow for the second game of the series. Jhoulys Chacin will take the bump to face off against Anthony DeSclafani of the Reds. First pitch will be thrown out at 5:40 from the Great American Ball Park. Milwaukee is now 4-1 early on in the season.

Giannis leads Bucks past Nets

The Milwaukee Bucks blew past the Brooklyn Nets 131-121 in their matchup Monday night. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 28 points and secured 11 rebounds for the Bucks in his return to the lineup after being injured. Eric Bledsoe chipped in 29 points of his own as he really set the tone in the first half. 


Reserve guard George Hill came off the bench and provided a spark for the team as he scored 22 points in the contest. The Nets cut the lead down to four halfway through the fourth before the Bucks went on a 7-0 run to help eventually close out the game. 


Milwaukee will now have a couple of days of rest before they travel to Philadelphia for their matchup with the 76ers Thursday night. The Bucks are now closing in on the best overall record in the NBA and home-court advantage throughout the playoffs.

Track finally heads outside

For the first time this season, area track athletes will get to feel the elements while competing as Southern Door hosts the first outdoor meet of the year. Algoma, Southern Door, Sevastopol, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay are all slated to be at the meet, which begins at 4 p.m. with the field events.


The Storm is also scheduled to have some athletes competing about an hour away in De Pere. There they will face Freedom, Lena, and West De Pere with field events kicking things off at 4 p.m.



Girls head out to the pitch for soccer games

Three area teams will be in action Tuesday afternoon as the girls' soccer season begins to pick up steam. 


All three games have Packerland Conference ties as Luxemburg-Casco travels to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee hosts Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, and Sturgeon Bay plays on the road at Sheboygan Lutheran.


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Baseball, softball schedules getting more full

Slowly but surely, area baseball diamonds are getting their first game action of the year. 




Luxemburg-Casco will hope to follow Sturgeon Bay's lead from yesterday's 16-9 win when they face Marinette this afternoon at 4:30. The two teams have decided to only play a single game, scratching the previously scheduled doubleheader.


The Clippers hope to make it two in a row when they head down to Kewaunee for a 5 p.m. tilt. Also playing at 5 p.m. is Gibraltar playing NEW Lutheran and Southern Door hosting Sevastopol in a game originally slated to be played in Institute.





Playing opposite their baseball counterparts, Gibraltar plays at NEW Lutheran, Southern Door hosts Sevastopol, and Sturgeon Bay travels to Kewaunee. All games begin at 5 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will stay at home to play Valders at 4:30 p.m.


You can find more coverage on select match-ups online at

Clipper baseball defeat Marinette 16-9

In a game played at NEW Lutheran in Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay defeated Marinette 16-9 in nonconference baseball. Leading 4-3 after 3 innings, the Clippers took control with 5 runs in the top of the 4th inning, allowing them to maintain at least a 4-run lead for the
balance of the contest. The Clipper attack was led by Andrew Carbajal 3-4 (all
singles, 2 RBI), Jake Schneider 3-5 (2 singles and a double, 4 RBI), Trent Ehlers 3-5 (2 doubles and a single, 4 RBI), Max Bordeau 2-4 (single and double, 2 RBI), Abram Abeyta 2-4 (both singles, 1 RBI). The pitching duties were shared by Max Bordeau, Anthony Jennerjohn and Chris Lodl, all making their first varsity pitching appearance. 
Sturgeon Bay now travels to Kewaunee tomorrow for a 5 pm start in their first
Packerland Conference game of the season.

Clippers Softball 2019 home schedule

Sturgeon Bay High School Varsity Softball will host their first home game of the season Friday night. Here is a look at the Clippers home game schedule for the season. All games will start at 5:00 PM.

Varsity Girls Softball Home Games      JV 1 Softball Games

4-5                                                                    4-23

4-11                                                                   5-3








Registration now open for Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball

Sturgeon Bay summer baseball is back!  Formerly known as Cal Ripken, the now Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball program has joined forces with the Sturgeon Bay Girls Little League® Softball program.  The softball program has graciously allowed the baseball program to join their website and online registration at .  


The previous Cal Ripken board members have been helping to ease the transition to the new league. There will be few, if any, noticeable changes for the players who formerly participated in Cal Ripken.


Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball is open to ages 7-8 (Rookies), 9-10 (Minors), and 11-12 (Majors).  Bats, helmets, catcher's gear, and team jerseys will be provided.  All players need their own glove and grey pants.  Plastic/rubber cleats are recommended, particularly for players in the Minors and Majors.  All games are played on weekday evenings at the Sturgeon Bay Sunset Park baseball fields.


Registration is now open and the deadline is April 15th!


Families with girls in the softball program will use the same account to register their boys for baseball.  New families will create an account, which can be used every year.


The deadline to register is April 15th.  Late entries will not be accepted.  The direct registration link is:

When you register your child, make sure to choose the Boys Little League® option and the correct Age Group.


You will receive a verification email from the Sturgeon Bay Girls Little League® – Don’t worry, this is the correct registration.


There will be 2 forms (medical release, and concussion agreement) that need to be filled out and emailed to the Boys Little League® email address: before they will be allowed to participate.


The tryout date for the Majors, and the league start dates will be coming soon.  We will send out emails with updates.  If you have any questions, our email address is We hope to see you on the field,


Travis Grooters, President          

Jason Krueger, Vice President

Gina Totaro, Co-Treasurer

Sondra Asher, Co-Treasurer

Heidi Kratcha, Co-Secretary

Kristen Kratcha, Co-Secretary

Sturgeon Bay baseball schedule announcements

Sturgeon Bay Baseball is scheduled to get underway with a home game this week. Here is a look at the schedule for home game dates for the Clippers Baseball program with their start times all at 5:00 PM. (Some baseball games might start at 4:30). Tuesday's home JV1 baseball game against Marinette has been canceled.



Boys Varsity Baseball   JV 1 Baseball

4-05                                   4-2 (canceled)

4-11                                   4-18

4-15                                   4-22

4-16                                   4-30

4-26                                   5-11

5-2                                     5-21






Sturgeon Bay baseball plays rare weekday morning game

It reads like an April Fool's joke, but the Sturgeon Bay Clippers do in fact have a baseball game Monday morning in Green Bay. 


The Clippers and the Marinette Marines will sail down to Green Bay NEW Lutheran for a 10 a.m. tilt. NEW Lutheran may have one of the drier fields in the area after the Southern Door Eagles saw their baseball and softball games moved to the home of the Blazers instead of being hosted in Brussels. 

Both teams will have quick turnarounds as the Marines are scheduled to host Luxemburg-Casco and Clippers head to Kewaunee for Tuesday afternoon games. 

Yelich hits walk-off in Brewers win

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 in walk-off fashion Sunday afternoon. Corbin Burnes drew his turn in the rotation as he faced off against Michael Wacha for the Cardinals. The roof was closed again and the fans were cozy inside for this matchup. 
Christian Yelich continued his insanely hot start to the season with another bomb to right field in the first inning. He is the sixth player in MLB history to hit a homer in each of the teams first four games. That would give Milwaukee a 1-0 lead after the first inning. 
Corbin Burnes came out of the gate humming. Through his first three innings, Burnes struck out nine Cardinal batters. Pretty impressive for his first MLB start. Some minor hiccups came in the fourth and fifth inning when he allowed a two-run bomb to Paul DeJong. Then back to back solo shots from Matt Carpenter and Paul Goldschmidt would put the Cardinals up 4-1. 
The Brewers started to rally back in the seventh inning though. Ryan Braun singled in a run to start off the comeback. Travis Shaw would follow that up with an RBI single of his own to get the score to 4-3. The dramatics came in the ninth when Christian Yelich hit a walk-off double to left center that scored Lorenzo Cain and Ben Gamel. Yelich is doing all-time great things at the plate so far this year.
It was a fitting way to end an exciting opening series that the Brewers took three out of four games. Milwaukee will now travel to Cincinnati to begin a series with the Reds Monday. Zach Davies will be next up in the rotation for the Brewers. He will be going against Anthony DeSclafani for Cincinnati. First pitch will be thrown out at 5:40 from the Great American Ball Park.

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