The Green Bay Packers have placed tight end Davis Koppenhaver on the reserve/retired list. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Thursday.
Koppenhaver signed with the Packers as a rookie free agent out of Duke on May 3.
The Green Bay Packers have placed tight end Davis Koppenhaver on the reserve/retired list. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Thursday.
Koppenhaver signed with the Packers as a rookie free agent out of Duke on May 3.
Thursday was a travel day for local athletes as they compete in 20 different events this weekend at the WIAA State Track Meet in LaCrosse. Most of the athletes will begin their day at 9:30 a.m. when preliminary heats of the sprints and field events kick off. You can find heat sheets below for the events featuring local athletes.
Event 35 Boys 1600 Meter Run Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Section 1 Timed Finals 1 David Vannucchi SR Luther 4:31.51 2 Jarret Carpenter SO Cashton 4:33.18 3 Preston Guttenberg SR Blair - Taylor 4:33.39 4 Adam Rzentkowski SR Rosholt 4:34.16 5 Jared Zwettler SR Three Lakes 4:34.24 6 Isaac Wegner SR Durand 4:34.66 7 Derek Hanson SO Gillett 4:35.25 8 Isaac Shannon SR St Mary's Srings 4:36.99 9 Johnathon Nowacki JR Athens 4:37.50 10 Connor Berg SR Ladysmith 4:37.81 11 Nicholas Rogaczewski SR Athens 4:37.92 12 Andrew Schlitz JR Regis 4:37.99 13 Evan Henry SR Gibraltar 4:41.47 14 Colin Green SR Madison Country 4:41.50 15 Lucas Miller SR Randolph/C-F 4:41.88 16 Wills Manning SR Deerfield 4:41.90
Event 104 Boys 3200 Meter Run Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Section 1 Timed Finals 1 David Vannucchi SR Luther 9:22.81 2 Ethan Gregg SR Aquinas 9:45.54 3 Adam Rzentkowski SR Rosholt 9:55.75 4 Isaac Wegner SR Durand 9:56.10 5 Andrew Skemp SO Aquinas 9:59.66 6 Reegan Aguilar JR Hilbert/Stock 10:06.73 7 Matt Ross JR Rosholt 10:07.54 8 Sam Henderson JR Catholic Central 10:07.77 9 Evan Henry SR Gibraltar 10:08.53 10 Peyton Kane SO Lourdes Academy 10:10.08 11 Micah Anderson JR KenoshaChristian 10:11.27 12 Johnathon Nowacki JR Athens 10:13.12 13 Joseph Thaler JR McDonell Central 10:13.22 14 Nicholas Rogaczewski SR Athens 10:13.34 15 Austin Trewyn-Colvin SO Cambridge 10:15.13 16 Ryan Meeker SR Washburn 10:19.44
Event 8 Girls Long Jump Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Hannah Brooks JR Markesan 15-04.00 2 Brynn Meyer FR Ozaukee 15-06.50 3 Abbey Fitzgerald SO Gibraltar 15-09.00 4 Carly Schreurs JR Sheboygan Area 15-10.50 5 Katie Mattson SR Frederic/Luck 16-02.25 6 Samantha Pretasky JR Colfax 16-03.25 7 Gabrielle Hederer JR Loyal 16-04.50 8 Anna Kartman SO Cassville/Potosi 16-05.25
Event 29 Girls 100 Meter Dash Division 3 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 2 Prelims 2 Brinley Wood SR Cuba City 12.96 3 Shaylee Stokes FR Prairie Farm 12.88 4 Delanie McFadden SO Ozaukee 12.51 5 Haley Durst SR Ithaca/Weston 12.08 6 Lexi Donarski JR Aquinas 12.49 7 Julia Redmond SO Pittsville 12.82 8 Abbigael Sitte JR Gibraltar 12.93 9 Destiny Benton FR Howards Grove 13.29
Event 51 Girls 4x100 Meter Relay Division 3 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 2 Prelims 2 Colfax 52.69 1) Morgan Schleusner JR 2) Samantha Pretasky JR 3) Jayna Bowe JR 4) Kameri Meredith JR 5) Teagan Field JR 6) Kali Risler JR 3 Shell Lake 52.08 1) Grace Thomas SO 2) Sydney Schunck SR 3) Natalie Jury SR 4) Cassie Skattebo SR 5) Olivia Jury SO 6) Maddie Naglosky FR 4 Edgar 51.60 1) Rachel Brewster SO 2) Daria Hoesly SR 3) Danielle Lemanski SR 4) Bailey Imhoff JR 5) Teresa Hackel JR 6) Makenna Guden SO 5 Manawa 50.92 1) Ireland Griffin SO 2) Laynie Bessette SR 3) Mataya Moede SO 4) Aspen Linjer SO 5) Jaden Jaeger FR 6) Amber Fietzer FR 6 Royall 51.43 1) Madeline Wainwright SO 2) Emma Gruen SO 3) Tenley Wopat SO 4) Jessica Brueggeman SO 5) Abigail Crneckiy SR 6) Megan Retzlaff SO 7 Cuba City 51.81 1) Kaylee Pitzen SR 2) Emma Fuller SR 3) Elizabeth Misky SR 4) Brinley Wood SR 5) Marissa Lehman JR 6) Kiera Holzemer JR 8 Gibraltar 52.45 1) Bria Caldecott SR 2) Abbey Fitzgerald SO 3) Nina Sitte JR 4) Abbigael Sitte JR 5) Sarah Daubner FR 6) Jade Toneys FR 9 Clear Lake 53.76 1) Abby Keller SO 2) Molly Petersen SO 3) Lizzie Rosen FR 4) Brooklyn Tolzman FR 5) Mackenzie Ward SO 6) Gabby Loenser SR
Event 65 Girls 200 Meter Dash Division 3 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 2 Abbigael Sitte JR Gibraltar 26.95 3 Crystalyn Mish SR Lancaster 26.70 4 Kyli Blume JR Marathon 26.47 5 Delanie McFadden SO Ozaukee 25.48 6 Lexi Donarski JR Aquinas 25.92 7 Julia Redmond SO Pittsville 26.52 8 Stacey Howard FR MilwaukeeScience 26.72
9 Kaitlyn Erickson JR Prentice 27.00
Event 5 Girls High Jump Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Kristina Peterson SO Chequamegon 4-10.00 2 Autumn Lowe SO Unity 4-10.00 3 Alexandra Simeon SO Turtle Lake 4-10.00 4 Brooke Mosher SO Waterloo X5-00.00 5 Kaylee Podevels FR Colby X5-00.00 6 Julia Klein FR Catholic Central 5-00.00 7 Lexi Franz SR St Mary's Srings 5-00.00 8 Karyssa Quist JR Rio 5-00.00 9 Jenna Aschbrenner FR Marathon 5-00.00 10 Laci Lautenbach SO Sevastopol 5-00.00 11 Cassie Skattebo SR Shell Lake 5-00.00 12 Mady Friese SR Cent. WI Christ. 5-00.00 13 Natalie Randa SO De Soto X5-01.00 14 Adelynn Hyatt SO Cashton 5-01.00 15 Courtney Becker JR Aquinas 5-02.00 16 Emma Gruen SO Royall 5-02.00 17 Alyssa Cretton SO Florence/Niagara 5-02.00 18 Hannah Zastrow JR Spencer 5-03.00 19 Brinley Wood SR Cuba City 5-03.00
Event 20 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay Division 3 =============================================================================== School Seed =============================================================================== Section 1 Timed Finals 1 Ozaukee 10:17.57 1) Ashlee Mueller JR 2) Greta Klas JR 3) Amy Hoffmann SO 4) Kelley Large SO 5) Allison Clark SO 6) Sarah Nehls JR 2 Weyauwega-Fremont 10:20.20 1) Natalie Schneider SR 2) Katie Bleck JR 3) Allison Halat JR 4) Abby Bartel FR 5) Morgan Monty SR 6) Anna Bubolz JR 3 Sevastopol 10:24.48 1) Lizzy Fiscus JR 2) Zoe Kuehn SO 3) Mya Ploor JR 4) Olivia Stenzel SO 5) Kylie Newton SO 6) Rachel Wilke FR 4 Ladysmith 10:27.56 1) Faith Meltz JR 2) Cassidy Stanger SR 3) Kylee Becker SO 4) Erica Loe SO 5) Maddy Nybakke SO 6) Holly Rands FR 5 Gilman 10:33.01 1) Sophia Drier SO 2) Ava Gunderson FR 3) Aubrey Syryczuk FR 4) Lydia Syryczuk JR 5) Abby Krug FR 6) Mikayla Waichulis JR 6 Oostburg 10:33.46 1) Carsen Gatz JR 2) Sabryn Bley SO 3) Anna Hoffman SO 4) Madelyn Hendrikse SR 5) Andrea Pedroza SO 6) 7 Grantsburg 10:35.33 1) Alexis Slater FR 2) McKenzie Rombach SR 3) Kylie Robelia SO 4) Gracie Gerber SR 5) Kaitlyn Rombach SO 6) Kaitlin Olson SR 8 Glenwood City 10:45.88 1) Gabby Moede SO 2) Kinzie Strong SO 3) Isabel Draxler SO 4) Izzy Williams JR 5) Myah Eliason SO 6) Azra Ibrahimagic JR
Event 97 Girls Triple Jump Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Zoe Kuehn SO Sevastopol 33-10.25 2 Alissa St.Louis JR Princeton/GL 34-02.00 3 Kylee Becker SO Ladysmith 34-06.25 4 Brynlee Nelson SO Fennimore 34-10.00 5 McKenna Armstrong SO Random Lake 34-10.50 6 Bria Thalacker JR Regis 34-11.50 7 Allison Peterson SO Grantsburg 35-06.25 8 Carly Schreurs JR Sheboygan Area 35-07.00
Event 107 Girls 800 Meter Run Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Section 1 Timed Finals 1 Emily Reed SR Rio 2:26.90 2 Rachel Lawton SR Flambeau 2:26.94 3 Meygan Benzing SR Dodgeland 2:27.68 4 Katie Feuker JR Elmwood/PC 2:30.53 5 Kristen Lawton FR Flambeau 2:30.75 6 Cassidy Stanger SR Ladysmith 2:33.79 Section 2 Timed Finals 1 Brynlee Nelson SO Fennimore 2:15.65 2 Kayci Martensen FR Benton Co-Op 2:16.19 3 Hannah Constable JR Johnson Creek 2:20.73 4 Savannah Schley SO Loyal 2:21.48 5 Jada Beacom SR Iola-Scandinavia 2:21.85 6 Cianna Hoppe SR Luther 2:23.99 7 Anna Kruser SO Cassville/Potosi 2:24.70 8 Erricka Zenner SO Auburndale 2:26.02 9 Vanessa Mitchell JR Auburndale 2:26.43 10 Olivia Stenzel SO Sevastopol 2:26.84
Event 87 Boys Long Jump Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Jarrett Heider SR Random Lake 20-01.50 2 Quinton Stafford SR Prairie School 20-02.50 3 Josh Krystosek SR Palmyra-Eagle 20-03.00 4 Kiegen Sargent JR Sevastopol 20-05.00 5 Kane Cronkrite SO Wild Rose 20-06.50 6 Brent Dumke SR Florence/Niagara 20-07.50 7 Jacob Bjorge SR Cochrane-FC 20-09.50 8 Colten Bee JR Mondovi 20-09.50
Event 12 Boys Pole Vault Division 2 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Melvin McIntyre SO Lodi 12-06.00 2 Luke Haase FR Osceola 12-06.00 3 Hunter Cook SO Ripon 13-00.00 4 Canyon Schwartz SR Amery 13-00.00 5 Gabe Tashner SR Platteville 13-00.00 6 Logan Mattson SO Seymour 13-03.00 7 Nick Baumgartner SR Kewaunee 13-03.00 8 Will Rothmeier JR CatholicMemorial 13-06.00 9 Owen Williams SR Two Rivers 13-06.00 10 Calvin Wernimont SR Platteville 13-06.00 11 Sashi Popke SR Whitewater 13-06.00 12 Ryan Peltz SR St Croix Falls 13-09.00 13 Zach Hayes JR Lakeland Union 13-09.00 14 Jarrod Vis JR Waupun Area 14-00.00 15 Max Rauch SR Peshtigo 14-00.00 16 Aaron Sobush JR New Berlin West 14-00.00
Event 17 Boys Triple Jump Division 2 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Dylun Logston SR Mayville 41-06.25 2 Trenton Hanseder JR Winneconne 42-03.75 3 Jon Verhasselt SO Freedom 42-04.50 4 Brian Flanagan SR CatholicMemorial 42-06.00 5 Alex Sheriff SR Freedom 42-06.00 6 Alex Hewett SR Kewaunee 42-09.25 7 Chase Roehl SR Hayward 42-09.75 8 Tyler Moss SR Platteville 42-09.75
Event 93 Boys Shot Put Division 2 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Alex Rodriguez JR Ripon 46-11.50 2 Elijah O'Laughlin SR Campbellsport 47-00.25 3 Bryce Taylor SO McFarland 47-09.50 4 Jake Buss JR Poynette 48-02.25 5 Dawson Frydenlund JR West Salem 48-05.50 6 Guy Van Dis SR Racine St. Cath. 48-10.25 7 Austin Jentz JR Platteville 49-02.25 8 Sam Coughlin SR Columbus 49-02.25 Flight 2 Finals 1 Donoven Acevedo JR New Berlin West 49-08.25 2 Tanor Bortolini JR Kewaunee X50-00.50 3 Logan Cleary SO Nekoosa 50-01.50 4 Cannan Szoszorek SR Bonduel 50-03.00 5 Jackson Koenig SR Denmark 50-04.50 6 Grant Lindell SR Mosinee 51-06.00 7 Jack Nytes SR Plymouth 53-04.00 8 Bradon Gulch SR Berlin 55-08.50 9 Adam Strouf JR Rice Lake 58-11.25
Event 82 Girls Discus Throw Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Sasha Wrege SR Belmont 107-04 2 Amanda Piotrowski SR Pittsville 108-03 3 Julia Cederberg SR Siren 108-10 4 Cecelia Rodriguez JR St Mary's Srings 109-03 5 Emalee Johnsen JR Crivitz 109-10 6 Jen Wendler SR Owen-Withee 112-03 7 Bobbi Blahnik SO Algoma 112-04 8 Isabelle Ostrem SR Cochrane-FC 112-07
Event 90 Girls Pole Vault Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Jenny Farley JR Algoma 8-09.00 2 Courtney Quist SO Rio 8-09.00 3 Orianna Lebal SR Lake Holcombe 9-00.00 4 Madi Russell SO Benton Co-Op 9-00.00 5 Jeni Petersen JR Webster 9-03.00 6 Anastasia Klein SR Pittsville 9-09.00 7 Jenna Aschbrenner FR Marathon 9-09.00 8 Dalaney Eichman JR Spencer 9-09.00 9 Lila Tully SR De Soto 9-09.00 10 Ayden Fleeharty SR Kickapoo/LaFarge 9-09.00 11 Annabelle Abbe SR McDonell Central 9-09.00 12 Addie Soda SR Princeton/GL 10-00.00 13 Hannah Zastrow JR Spencer 10-00.00 14 Skylar White JR River Ridge 10-00.00 15 Raegan Sorensen SO Unity 10-00.00 16 Miranda Firari FR Dodgeland 10-03.00
Event 94 Boys Shot Put Division 3 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Dilan Schneider SR Rib Lake 45-06.25 2 Blake Laufenberg JR River Ridge 45-07.00 3 Leif Bredeson JR Darlington 45-08.00 4 Devon Lino SR Hurley 45-08.50 5 Jake Konvicka SR Chetek-Weyer 46-07.75 6 Finn Shields JR Elkhart Lake 46-08.00 7 Max Schoening SR Algoma 47-01.75 8 Garrison Treankler JR Marathon 47-06.75
Event 33 Boys 100 Meter Dash Division 2 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 2 Jeff Williams SR Brodhead/Juda 11.35 3 Carter Hahn JR Ripon 11.22 4 Max Bennett SR Wautoma 11.17 5 Jordan Montgomery SR Monroe 11.03 6 Tate Koplous SR CatholicMemorial 11.09 7 Griffin Geib SR Luxemburg-Casco 11.19 8 Vincent Winkler SR New London 11.28 9 Jared Clapper JR Whitewater 11.40
Event 42 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay Division 2 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 2 Amery 1:32.92 1) Dalton Johnson SR 2) Lance Waalen SR 3) Tyler Reichert SR 4) Gus Wentz JR 5) Galen Coy SR 6) Dylan Thomsen JR 3 Wisconsin Lutheran 1:32.25 1) Robert Rehm SO 2) Isaiah Hopf SO 3) Evann Vasatko JR 4) Trevionn Chancellor SR 5) Jeremiah Hampton SO 6) Jason Bonow SR 4 Marinette 1:31.42 1) Darrell Dufeck SR 2) Anthony Jardeen SR 3) Jermey Wendt SR 4) Alex Shaw JR 5) Sam Drees JR 6) Joaquim Hardiman SR 5 Milwaukee Lutheran 1:30.64 1) Mykale Christian JR 2) Noel Williams SR 3) Ruben Richardson SR 4) Damien Joy SO 5) Jaren Windham SR 6) Aaron Everett SO 6 Whitewater 1:30.72 1) Jack Mayer JR 2) Juan Cuellar JR 3) Willem Leibbrand JR 4) Jared Clapper JR 5) Tyler Pavlik JR 6) Cody Gamble JR 7 Catholic Memorial 1:31.53 1) Tate Kopulos SR 2) Joe Sikma JR 3) Joe Floryance JR 4) Jaden Brozynski SO 5) Josh Jungwirth FR 6) Alex Oechsner SO 8 Little Chute 1:32.37 1) Adam Hietpas SR 2) Carson Wyngaard SO 3) Connor Christopherson SR 4) Bryce Schumacher SR 5) Noah Mueller SR 6) Carter Pynenberg JR 9 Saint Croix Falls 1:33.03 1) Logan Ross JR 2) Anthony Will JR 3) McKinley Erickson SO 4) Spencer Steek SR 5) Andrew Opel JR 6) Boden Enochs JR Heat 2 Prelims 2 Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 1:32.56 1) Ben Stenberg SR 2) Keagan Wall SR 3) Garrett Eddy SR 4) Luke Vance SO 5) Caleb Oliver JR 6) Kyle Scherr JR 3 Laconia 1:31.67 1) Cooper Kastenschmidt JR 2) Cody Leonard FR 3) Kyle Johnson FR 4) Jacob Davies JR 5) Keegan Leonard JR 6) Derek Stahmann SR 4 Mount Horeb 1:31.22 1) Charlie Fish JR 2) Gabe Guenther JR 3) Joey Henderson SO 4) Caden Lee SR 5) Tanner Gassman SO 6) Malik Winston SR 5 Freedom 1:28.79 1) Gavin Hafemann JR 2) Bryce Vandenberg SR 3) Luke Pingel SR 4) Ty Brickner SR 5) Jon Verhasselt SO 6) Conor Dickrell SO 6 Jefferson 1:30.75 1) Brady Gotto FR 2) Logan Wegner SR 3) Jordan Wiesen JR 4) Taylor Phillips SO 5) Kevin Neri SO 6) Dean Neff JR 7 Lodi 1:31.55 1) Cayden Coddington SO 2) Lucas Heyroth FR 3) Jack Hansen JR 4) Luke Beckwith JR 5) Tim Prosek SR 6) Austin Davis SR 8 Luxemburg-Casco 1:32.37 1) Derek Chervenka SR 2) Parker Veeser JR 3) Bryce Ronsman FR 4) Griffin Geib SR 5) Colton Koss SR 6) Jake Guth JR 9 Rhinelander 1:33.04 1) Nickolas Kriesel JR 2) Josh Francisco SR 3) Caleb Olcikas FR 4) Anthony Kowalski SR
Event 48 Boys 400 Meter Dash Division 2 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 2 Dane Tischendorf SR Antigo 51.19 3 Teddy Redman JR Stratford 50.65 4 Travis Drumm JR Edgewood 50.28 5 Casey Ponyiscanyi SR Lakeside Luth. 49.45 6 Caleb Henry SR Brown Deer 49.55 7 Max Krause JR New London 50.44 8 Connor Murphy SR WisconsinHeights 50.87 9 Cole Trimberger SR Peshtigo 51.21 Heat 2 Prelims 2 Marshall Paider SR Luxemburg-Casco 51.02 3 Deairus Clerveaux SR Rice Lake 50.62 4 Marcus-Jay Wilkes SR University Milw. 49.86 5 Evan Schuster JR Racine St. Cath. 48.56 6 Erik Jorgenson SR Westby 49.62 7 Noah Hurley SR Wisconsin Luther 50.52 8 Joe Wopat SR West Salem 50.92 9 Noah Mueller SR Little Chute 51.29
Event 69 Boys 200 Meter Dash Division 2 =============================================================================== 10 Advance: Top 1 Each Heat plus Next 8 Best Times Name Year School Seed =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 2 George Halverson SR Lake Country 22.90 3 Max Bennett SR Wautoma 22.68 4 Jordan Montgomery SR Monroe 22.48 5 Evan Schuster JR Racine St. Cath. 22.11 6 Griffin Geib SR Luxemburg-Casco 22.30 7 Gavin Hafemann JR Freedom 22.53 8 Michael Knaack SR Northwestern 22.74 9 Dameco Walker SR Brown Deer 22.91
Event 7 Girls High Jump Division 2 =============================================================================== Name Year School Seed Mark =============================================================================== Flight 1 Finals 1 Ariana Hahn JR Cudahy 5-00.00 2 Iyana Simmons JR Dominican 5-00.00 3 Kaitlyn Tetzlaff SR Xavier 5-01.00 4 Kayla Wigley FR Wisconsin Luther 5-01.00 5 Ashley Carlson SR Wisconsin Luther 5-01.00 6 Nicole Johnson JR Dodgeville/MP X5-02.00 7 Rebecca Lawrence SO Rhinelander X5-02.00 8 Rachel Amoth SO G-E-T 5-02.00 9 Faith Koester SR Monroe 5-02.00 10 Elise Goetzinger JR Mount Horeb 5-02.00 11 Jasmine Mlejnek SR Rice Lake 5-02.00 12 Maddy Weisensel SR Wautoma 5-02.00 13 Haley Riechers JR Sturgeon Bay 5-02.00 14 Annika Opichka SO Wrightstown 5-02.00 15 Jacqueline Smith JR Northland Pines 5-03.00 16 Presley Hasse SO Turner 5-03.00 17 Charlie Halvorsen SR Arcadia 5-04.00 18 Megan Reddeman SO Poynette 5-04.00
For the first time in over a decade, the Southern Door Eagles softball team is heading back to the state tournament in Madison after defeating Oconto 5-0.
Pitcher Lexi Wery got more than enough help offensively as she kept things in check from the circle, pitching seven shutout innings with seven strikeouts while just allowing two hits. Wery also helped her cause with a two-RBI double. Jacie Atkins also had a pair of RBIs while Kendra Dantoin collected two hits. Grace LeGrave did her damage on the base paths, scoring two of the Eagles' five runs.
The next stop for the Eagles is Goodman Field on the campus of the University of Wisconsin where they will play next Friday at either 10 a.m. or noon. Teams will be seeded before an opponent is announced.
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There will be no local connections in WIAA Girls Soccer regional final action Saturday after all three teams still alive lost on Thursday.
Sturgeon Bay's Claire Tellstrom scored on a direct kick, but could not find the equalizing goal in their 2-1 loss to Kiel.
Sevastopol/Gibraltar ended their season in Kohler with an 8-0 loss, as did Kewaunee in its game against Random Lake.
Jim Olson Motors kicked off the 2019 Sturgeon Bay Girls Little League season last night with a doubleheader. The blue squad split the games losing 11-5 to Econo Food in game one and easing past Peil Construction 18-4 in game two. Jalen Luedtke had two hits in the win. Kayla Ranly was the winning pitcher in game two and added two hits.
Addison Schauske was the winning pitcher for Econo Foods and added a double in game one. Ellie Starr had two hits to lead Econo.
The Lions crushed the ball in an 11-1 win over Forbes Wednesday. Sienna Cain and Edin Templin were the Lions leading hitters. Cain also earned the win inside the pitcher's circle. Claire Quaderer and Kadence Patza were the leading hitters for Forbes.
Nicolet Bank held on for a 3-1 victory over Reliable. Leah Schopf and Brynn Schartner were the leading hitters for Nicolet Bank.
Former Sturgeon Bay standout soccer player Jaden Stevenson will have lots of opportunities to play in front of friends and family this summer. Stevenson was signed by USL League Two’s Green Bay Voyageurs just before their first game in Des Moines earlier this month. After playing on two Clipper teams that made the state finals, Stevenson continued his career at Northern Illinois University this past year. Stevenson says there was a learning curve making the jump from high school to college soccer and expects a similar adjustment in the USL League Two.
The Green Bay Voyageurs will make their home debut at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon this Friday night at 7 against WSA Winnipeg. Stevenson will contribute to DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com this summer as rehashes his season with the Voyageurs.
Braden Kita had a sensational night Wednesday in Sturgeon Bay Little League Baseball. He struck out nine in a 5-4 Red Room win over Nicolet Bank. Kita tallied two singles, three RBI and a walk-off home run. Teammate Tyler Grooters added two strikeouts during his time on the mound and had a single. Ben Marsh made a run-saving play at the plate in the sixth inning to preserve the victory.
Lawn & Landscape Specialists tallied 11 and kept the Kiwanis to seven runs scored Wednesday night at Sunset Park. Zach Krueger had three hits with a home run and a double. Drew Daoust also had three hits with a double. Wyatt Wilke belted a triple. Austin Starr, Grant Webber and Owen Dannhausen all had doubles in the win. Lawn & Landscape Specialists saw Zach Krueger, Drew Daoust, Mason Paye and Austin Starr all pitch in the win.
The Co-Op beat the Lions tonight 11-5. Chase Haberli was winning pitching. He pitched three innings allowing 0 runs with 5 strikeouts. Logan Schuh, Aaron Brey and Caden Pierre pitched three innings and allowed five runs and struck out three. Chase Haberli singled, doubled and tripled with two RBI. Caden Pierre had two hits and an RBI. Sladon Asher singled and drove in a run. Aaron Brey had two hits and three RBI. Logan Schuh doubled and had three RBI.
The Lions were led by Braden Evers three hits. Mason Motquin added a pair of hits in the loss.
Two Door County baseball teams have plans for next week after winning regional titles on Wednesday.
Alex Laughlin and Brandon Stillman each had three RBI doubles in Gibraltar's 11-3 victory over Crivitz to claim their second straight regional championship. The Vikings will head back to Crivitz next Tuesday to face Niagara in the sectional semifinal.
Jake Schneider and Isaac Berkley combined on a 3-hit shut out to lead Sturgeon Bay to a 5-0 win over Valders. The Clippers will face Winnebago Lutheran at Random Lake for their Tuesday sectional semifinal date.
Full recaps of these games are available at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com
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A state berth is on the line when two Packerland Conference foes face off this afternoon.
Southern Door and Oconto come into their afternoon matchup as their region's second seeded team. The Eagles shut out Kewaunee 6-0 to earn the right to play the Blue Devils, which dispatched top seeded Nekoosa 6-4. The two teams split their matchups this season by one run margins, but have not played each other since April 22nd.
With a trip to Madison's Goodman Field as their stakes, the Eagles and Blue Devils play this evening at 5:30 in Chilton.
Three area teams hope to punch their tickets Thursday for Saturday's regional finals.
Kewaunee kicks things off for the peninsula with a 4 p.m. match at Random Lake. At 4:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay hopes to extend its season with a game at Kiel. Tonight at 7, Sevastopol will hit the road to face Kohler under the lights.
Area golfers saw their seasons come to a close earlier this week at WIAA Sectional meets held in Mosinee and Crivitz.
In Mosinee, Luxemburg-Casco captured fifth place as a team behind a strong performance by Matt Dorn's 11th place finish with a score of 84.
In Crivitz it was a pair of Sevastopol golfers that posted the best scores in the area. Tyler Kiehnau tied for ninth overall in the sectional, scoring an 86 on the 18-hole course. Alex Krause also golfed well, scoring a 92. Gibraltar took 8th as a team with Jackson Krauss as the Vikings' top golfer, scoring a 98 on the 18-hole course.
Junior Tanor Bortolini of Kewaunee High School has committed orally to attend and play football at the University of Wisconsin in the fall of 2020. Announcing on his twitter account, Bortolini expressed thanks to his family and Kewaunee football coaches. The 6’4” 270-pound offensive lineman says he is 100% committed to becoming a Badger.
100% COMITTED!!!!???????????? pic.twitter.com/ug5XOa3RxP— Tanor Bortolini (@Tsauce50) May 29, 2019
The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Minnesota Twins 5-3 on Tuesday night. Zach Davies started out on the mound and pitched an absolute gem. He went six innings strong without surrendering a single run to the Twins lineup. Alex Claudio would eventually come in and pick up the loss.
Aside from a couple bombs in the game, the bats were fairly quiet. Keston Hiura hit his third of the year in the eighth inning to cut the deficit to three. Yasmani Grandal would follow that up with a solo shot of his own in the ninth. The rally would stop there though as they fell short.
The Brewers will now get a much needed day off on Wednesday. They will be traveling to Pittsburg to take on the Pirates on Thursday. Chase Anderson is scheduled to take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:05.
Gibrlatar shutout NEW Lutheran 10-0 behind a perfect game by Trevor Reinhardt and Sturgeon Bay will advance to the regional championship as well by pulling out a 3-2 win over Mishicot. You can find the complete details of each game on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
The area will have only one representative in the sectional finals on Thursday. Algoma fell to Mishicot 5-2 while Southern Door shutout Kewaunee 6-0 on Tuesday. You can read the complete details of the sectional semi-final games on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
A good round at Mosinee today could send golfers from Luxemburg-Casco to the WIAA State Meet at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison next week. The Spartans are one of 12 teams competing in the sectional, playing in the eighth wave alongside Peshtigo and Xavier.
At the Division 4 sectional in Crivitz the Gibraltar golf team hopes to have similar success when they tee off in the sixth wave. The Vikings will be grouped with Crivitz and Marathon. Sevastopol golfers Alex Krause and Tyler Kiehnau qualified as individuals and will tee off with the third and fourth groups respectively.
The quest to make it to the state finals at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee begins this afternoon for area teams across the peninsula.
Division 3 action kicks off with Luxemburg-Casco facing Fox Valley Lutheran at the USA Complex at 5 p.m. In Division 4, Sevastopol/Gibraltar heads to Kohler for a 7 p.m. tilt, Sturgeon Bay travels to Kiel for a 4:30 p.m. first kick and Kewaunee plays at Random Lake beginning at 4 p.m.
Three Packerland Conference teams have made the WIAA Sectional round of the playoffs, but only two at most can make the final after Tuesday's slate of games.
Kewaunee and Southern Door will face off in Brussels this afternoon for a berth in a WIAA Division 3 sectional title game after the Storm scored the upset over Chilton and the Eagles squeaked past Valders in extra innings. Algoma will look to knock off top seeded Mishicot on the road in Division 4 action. The Wolves defeated Stockbridge/Hilbert and Roncalli en route to a regional title last week.
All games start at 4:30 p.m.
Four local teams look to punch their tickets to Wednesday's regional final.
In Division 3, Kewaunee looks to keep their season alive against top seeded Valders while Sturgeon Bay looks to protect its home turf against Mishicot. Division 4 action has Gibraltar making the trip to Green Bay NEW Lutheran and Sevastopol traveling even further to face Crivitz.
All games begin at 4:30 p.m.
A two-run home run by Orlando Arcia capped off the Milwaukee Brewers' come from behind 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins.
The Twins scored all four of its runs in the second inning when Luis Arreaz hit an RBI single and Byron Buxton cleared the bases on a three-run homer to make it 4-0 early.
The Brewers nearly got all those runs back a half inning later thanks to Arcia's RBI double and a pair of sac flies by Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich made it 4-3. Arcia's heroics came in the top of the eighth when he slugged his sixth homer of the year with Hernan Perez along for the ride.
The border battle continues in Minneapolis this evening at 7:10.
Twelve Door and Kewaunee County softball players were First-Team All Packerland players during the 2019 season. Southern Door led all Packerland schools with five first-team players. Algoma had 3, Sturgeon Bay 2 and Kewaunee 2.
Go to DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com for all players that made first, second and honorable mention teams.
The All Packerland Conference baseball teams were announced by Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz. Door and Kewaunee County high school players are found on the first team, second team and honorable mention. Sturgeon Bay had the most players on the first team with three. In all, nine area players were on the first team, 14 on the second and 6 honorable mention.
Got to DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com for every player that made each of the teams.
Brandon Woodruff and Matt Albers never had to pitch out of the stretch and the Brewers bats came alive on Sunday against the Phillies at home. Milwaukee defeated Philadelphia 9-1. Woodruff took a no-hitter into the sixth inning when the Phillies Andrew Knapp hit a home run. It was the only baserunner Woodruff allowed all game. He struck out 10 in 9 innings of work. Matt Albers struck out 2 in a perfect ninth inning.
The Brewers hit 5 home runs on the day with Ben Gamel starting off scoring with a solo home run in the third. He would hit another homer in the eighth. Yasmani Grandal, Christian Yelich and Hernan Perez also went deep. Woodruff helped his own cause with 2 RBI hits.
Milwaukee begins a two-game series on Memorial Day in Minnesota against the first-place Twins. Monday's game begins at 6:10 PM.
LEMMENS OUTLASTS STOCK CAR FIELD TO WIN AT THE HILL
5/26/19 Race Report- A total of 101 cars checked in to do battle at the Hill Raceway for the first night of the season brought to you by Quantum PC Services. Our next event will be on Saturday June 22.
Luke Lemmens jumped from his front row starting spot to the lead on lap 1 of the Stock Car feature as Jeremy Anschutz, Larry Karcz Jr and Zach Spangenberg gave chase. Lemmens ran tight to the tires as Spangenberg gave chase up top. Karcz worked the low groove right to the back bumper of Lemmens. Several times Karcz got under the rear quarter panel of the leader but couldn’t find enough room for the pass. Spangenberg closed in late but Lemmens wouldn’t be denied, riding the low groove all the way to victory lane. It was also a clean sweep for Lemmens. Karcz was second, Spangenberg crossed the checkers third but failed post-race tech. John Adams, Jeremy Anschutz and John Anschutz completed the top five.
Craig Dorner dominated the Sport Mod feature, leading all 20 laps en route to victory. Chris Budzban made a late race charge to place second. Jarred VanLaanen was third, Tailar Ness placed fourth and Aaron Butterbrodt was the biggest mover, moving up 10 spots to round out the top five. The race went green to checker.
Allen Dillon paced the opening laps of the Street Stock main event until Chase Solomon raced by on lap 9. Dillon kept the pressure on, muscling his way back to the lead on lap 14. Solomon repaid the favor a lap later regaining the top spot. Dillon got loose during that battle and collected defending champion Dave DeGrave; both were out of the running with flat tires. Solomon held off a hard charging Ford Malvitz to earn a clean sweep with his first ever feature win at the Hill. Malvitz was second, Dan Van Pay placed third, Mike Carter was fourth and Roger Laviolette was fifth.
The red flag flew on lap 7 of the Baby Bomber feature as Scott Schlafke clipped a tire and barreled down the backstretch. Schlafke emerged shaken but was ok. Defending champion Tony Everard held off a persistent TJ Everard to earn the win. DJ Jorgenson took third, fourth went to Kameron Jorgenson and Nick Everard placed fifth.
Jake Valiquette scored a clean sweep in the Vintage Modifieds.
FEATURE LCQ & HEAT RESULTS
20 LAP STOCK CAR FEATURE: Luke Lemmens, Madison; Larry Karcz Jr, Pulaski; John Adams, Denmark; Jeremy Anschutz, Brussels; John Anschutz, Forestville
LCQ 1) Dan Sell, Suring; Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor
HEAT 1) Lemmens; Dave Bouche, Algoma 2) Robert Waechter, Ellisville; Aaron Karcz, Pulaski 3) John Anschutz; Jeremy Anschutz
20 LAP SPORT MOD FEATURE: Craig Dorner, Brussels; Chris Budzban, Luxemburg; Jarred VanLaanen, Luxemburg; Tailar Ness, Abrams; Aaron Butterbrodt, Hubertus
LCQ 1) Mike Plate, Manitowoc; Matt Valiquette, Menominee-MI
HEAT 1) Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee; Tom Stark, Egg Harbor 2) Dorner; Cory Kemkes, Appleton 3) Sawyer Haese, New Franken; Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay 4) Ness; Bret Widdis, Marinette
20 LAP STREET STOCK FEATURE: Chase Solomon, Oshkosh; Ford Malvitz, Sturgeon Bay; Dan Van Pay, Denmark; Mike Carter, Greenleaf; Roger Laviolette, Forestville
LCQ 1) Tyler Fox, Brussels; Bailey Laviolette, Sturgeon Bay
HEAT 1) Van Pay; Brian Krejcarek, Manitowoc 2) Solomon; Malvitz 3) Carter; Jeff Krauel, Carlsville
20 LAP BABY BOMBER FEATURE: Tony Everard, Green Bay; TJ Everard, Green Bay; DJ Jorgenson, Oneida; Kameron Jorgenson, Oneida; Nick Everard, Green Bay
HEAT 1) DJ Jorgenson; K. Jorgenson 2) TJ Everard; N. Everard
The Green Bay Packers announced on Sunday morning that Packers legend Bart Starr passed away at the age of 85 in Birmingham, AL. He had been in failing health since suffering a serious stroke in 2014.
The former quarterback played for the Packers from 1956 to 1971 and won five NFL championships. He is maybe most-known for scoring the game-winning touchdown in the "Ice Bowl" on December 31, 1967, to win the NFL Championship over the Dallas Cowboys.
Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.
Algoma's Maddie Prokash had a dominant year in the circle for the Wolves. She has earned the Packerland Conference Player of the Year for softball. Prokash threw seven shutouts and helped lead the Wolves to be co-conference champions. Algoma won the regional championship on Thursday shutting out Roncalli 3-0 and will take on Mishicot on the road in the sectionals on Tuesday at 5 PM.
Gibraltar's Trevor Reinhardt had a great season on the mound and at the plate for the Vikings. This has earned him Packerland Conference Player of the Year. He was named to the Packerland All-Conference First Team as a pitcher and also finished second in the league in batting average at .467.
Reinhardt's Vikings will try to continue their season on Tuesday in the regional final at Green Bay NEW Lutheran.
The Milwaukee Bucks special season is over after losing game 6 and the series to the Raptors on Saturday night. After finishing the regular season with the best record in the NBA and winning 10 of their first 11 playoff games, the Bucks ended the Eastern Conference Finals on a four-game losing streak. It looked like the Bucks would advance after grabbing a 15-point lead with 2:18 left in the third quarter. The Raptors proceeded to go on a 26-3 run and held on in the final minutes to advance to play the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. The final score was 100-94. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 21 points but he struggled to get into the paint all night. Kawai Leonard again was stellar for Toronto scoring 27 points, grabbing 17 rebounds, while picking up 4 assists, 2 steals and 3 blocks.
Up next for the Bucks will be the NBA Draft on June 20th where they will have the 30th pick in the first round. They also have a number of key free agents including Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez.
The Phillies have not been kind guests to Milwaukee in their three-game series. Christian Yelich and company have dropped the first two games of the series after losing on Saturday 7-2. Milwaukee's bats could not solve Jake Arrieta who worked eight innings only allowing two runs. Brewers starter Jhoulys Chacin struggled allowing 4 runs in 5 innings. Brewers pitching allowed four home runs on the day. It was 4-2 heading to the ninth inning but the Phillies got a two-run homer Rhys Hoskins and a solo shot from J.T. Realmuto to put the game out of reach. The bright spot for the Brewers offensively was Mike Moustakas hitting his 13th home run of the season.
Milwaukee will try to salvage the series by taking game three on Sunday. Brandon Woodruff is on the mound for the Brewers against Zach Eflin for the Phillies. First pitch is at 1:10 PM.
The Sturgeon Bay baseball program is proud to announce engaging the services of RBS Activewear to create a clothing line to commemorate a 3rd consecutive Packerland Conference baseball championship. This apparel celebrates the accomplishments of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Clipper baseball teams. All items are available for purchase by going to the following site:
This online store will remain open through Sunday, June 2nd.
Luxemburg-Casco girls soccer played their final regular season game on Friday at Freedom. It was a tough matchup for the Spartans and they fell 4-0. Up next for L-C is the playoffs which begin on Thursday against a familiar opponent. They'll travel to conference foe Fox Valley Lutheran for a 5 PM kickoff. FVL won the only matchup between the two teams this season winning 2-0 at Luxemburg-Casco on May 16th.
The Brewers led 4-2 after the third inning at Miller Park on Friday against the Phillies. Orlando Arcia and Christian Yelich both hit home runs to help gain the lead. The Phillies would answer with single runs in the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th innings. Milwaukee couldn't add any more runs and Philadelphia took the game 6-4.
The two teams will meet again in Milwaukee on Saturday at 3:10 PM. Jhoulys Chacin will pitch for the Brewers against Jake Arrieta for the Phillies.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend in one of the most beautiful vacation spots in the country. And, with over 300 miles of shoreline on Green Bay and Lake Michigan, a kayaker’s nirvana to enjoy paddling, and, for the anglers, outstanding fishing.
It’s been a cool spring, with water temperatures in many locations as cold as 50 degrees, so, when you take to the water in your kayak take precautions. Be sure to wear your PFD, put your phone in a plastic waterproof bag, wear proper clothing in case you tip, and, be sure to tell someone where you’re launching and will be kayaking. Also, be aware of the weather conditions. In Door County, the wind can shift quickly making conditions dangerous. With the big water and quick weather changes, I stay close to shore.
Now that I’ve touched on some important safety tips, it’s time to get on the water and enjoy kayaking. Top to bottom, there are no bad places to paddle your kayak or kayak fish in Door County, you are surrounded by beauty everywhere. And, there are dozens of kayak and boat launches throughout the county, with many roads that dead-end at the water’s edge where you can launch, just be sure to park your vehicle off the road.
For you anglers, and especially us smallmouth bass anglers, the water will be warming, with smallies heading to the shallows to spawn. You should have good luck from Little Sturgeon Bay all the way to Gills Rock, as well as several spots on the lakeside. As always, I hope you catch, take a nice picture and release that smallie. Or, as the Wisconsin Smallmouth Alliance signs say, “Free the Fighter”. Also, please don’t try to catch smallies that are guarding a bed.
If you are new to kayaking, there are several kayak outfitters in the county who would be happy to guide you. And, I am always happy to answer your questions. Just email me at email@example.com.
Dozens of local athletes can start packing their bags for LaCrosse next weekend after qualifying for the state meet Thursday.
The Sevastopol girls team finished the best in their sectional out of the seven local schools competing, finishing fourth in a crowded Princeton field thanks to top 3 finishes from the 4 x 800 meter relay, Olivia Stenzel, and Laci Lautenbach.
Below are the number of state qualifiers (by event) for each school, with full results available at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com
Sevastopol: 3 girls, 1 boy
Algoma: 3 girls, 1 boy
Gibraltar: 4 girls, 2 boys
Luxemburg-Casco: 4 boys
Kewaunee: 2 boys
Two county rivals ended things in a tie and Kewaunee came up just short in local soccer action Thursday.
Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer and Allison Hobbs were matched by Sevastopol/Gibraltar's Chilena Cuellar and Reetika Jandu as that game ended in a 2-2 tie.
Kewaunee made NEW Lutheran's goalie work with 12 shots on goal, but came up empty handed in the 1-0 loss.
Full recaps of these games can be found online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the Toronto Raptors 105-99 on Thursday night. It was a pivotal home game for the Bucks in which the ball didn’t quite bounce their way. They now must win games six and seven to get out of the series.
Giannis led the way with 24 points in the game. He had a tough time driving to the paint at any point with Toronto collapsing their whole defense on him. Kawhi Leonard had a monster game for Toronto scoring 35 points and hitting a couple of clutch threes down the stretch.
The series will now head to Toronto for game six. Milwaukee will need to win the final two games in order to advance to the finals. Tip-off will be at 7:30 on Saturday from Toronto.
Four local teams will play again next Tuesday after winning opening round games in the WIAA Baseball playoffs.
No score was reported in Gibraltar's matchup against a team of alums after Gresham forfeited their game against the Vikings earlier this week.
Kewaunee had to hold off a furious rally from Southern Door to keep their season alive with a 6-5 victory.
Luxemburg-Casco saw their season come to a heartbreaking end with a 6-5 loss to Denmark.
Sturgeon Bay's Jake Schneider struck out 13 in its 9-0 win over Algoma.
Sevastopol rode a five-run first inning to cruise to a 10-6 victory over Bowler.
You can find full recaps of these games at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
There was plenty of hardware from the WIAA Softball Regional Tournament finding homes in the Door peninsula Thursday after three local teams won championships Thursday.
It took until the top of the ninth inning before the Kewaunee Storm could break a 2-2 tie with three runs before holding off Chilton 5-4.
Southern Door, Kewaunee's next opponent, had to wait a little bit too as they beat Valders 3-2 in eight innings.
Algoma did not have to sweat in its Division 4 regional final beating Roncalli 3-0 behind the arm of Maddie Prokash.
Luxemburg-Casco was held down by Seymour pitching as they were shutout 7-0.
Full game recaps are available at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com
The Reds raced out to a 5-0 lead in the second inning against the Brewers Wednesday, but Milwaukee battled back. The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 11-9 on Wednesday afternoon. Zach Davies started on the bump and got roughed up. He allowed six earned runs in three innings of work. Junior Guerra would eventually come in to pick up the win in relief.
The bats finally came alive again in this one. Mike Moustakas had three hits on the day with one being a solo shot in the third inning. Keston Hiura also recorded his first homer inside Miller Park when he launched a solo shot of his own in the second inning. Josh Hader would come in to pick up his 12th save of the season.
Milwaukee will now have another day of rest Thursday before beginning a series with the Phillies on Friday. Chase Anderson will take the mound for the Brewers Friday. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10.
Area soccer teams are coming to the end of their season with just a couple matches remaining before playoffs begin next week.
Luxemburg-Casco was originally supposed to play Thursday afternoon against Freedom in a make-up contest from April. That game will now be played tomorrow.
Packerland Conference matchups include Sevastopol/Gibraltar hosting Sturgeon Bay at 6 p.m. and Kewaunee playing on the road against Green Bay NEW Lutheran at 4:30 p.m.
A trip to LaCrosse hangs in the balance Thursday afternoon when dozens of local athletes head to two sectional sites for a chance to qualify for the state meet.
Athletes from Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and regional champion Kewaunee will head to Freedom for its sectional meet. Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol athletes will hope to punch their ticket to state at Princeton High School.
The top four in each event at the sectional meets qualify for state, but an athlete can also make it if they post one of the top 8 scores in the state on Thursday.
Kewaunee, Algoma, Southern Door, and Luxemburg-Casco all have opportunities to win some extra hardware Thursday when they battle for WIAA Softball Regional championships.
In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to face Seymour in a 4:30 p.m. game.
In Division 3, Kewaunee travels to Chilton and Southern Door hosts Valders in a pair of 4:30 p.m. matchups. Algoma will have to wait until 5 p.m. to play its game at home against Roncalli.
Before a single pitch is even thrown in this year's WIAA Baseball Playoffs, Gibraltar has already punched its ticket to the second round.
Officials from Gresham High Schools alerted Gibraltar athletic director Peggy Tanck earlier this week that they would be forfeiting Thursday's game. The Vikings will now keep a close eye on the NEW Lutheran/Lena-St. Thomas Academy matchup to learn where they will be playing next week.
Other WIAA playoff matchups scheduled for Thursday include Kewaunee heading to Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay hosting Algoma, Sevastopol traveling to Bowler, and Luxemburg-Casco playing at Denmark.
The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Cincinnati Reds 3-0 on Tuesday night. Gio Gonzalez started on the bump for Milwaukee and had a tough go at it. He would allow three earned runs all in the first inning. From there he would settle in throwing four straight scoreless innings. It was an uphill battle at that point.
The bats were nowhere to be found in this game. Lorenzo Cain had two hits in the game but never made it around to score. Keston Hiura had two hits of his own in his Miller Park debut but the team was never able to generate any runs.
The two teams will now run it back for game two of the series. Zach Davies will take his turn in the rotation for Milwaukee. He will square off against Luis Castillo of the Reds. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:10.
Algoma and Southern Door came away with victories on Tuesday in WIAA Regional Semi-final action.
Maddie Prokash threw a gem on Tuesday for Algoma Wolves Varsity, allowing zero runs and besting Hilbert/Stockbridge by a score of 5-0. See the complete story here.
The Southern Door Eagles softball routed Omro 13-1 in five innings. See the complete story here.
A 120-102 Raptors win over the Bucks Tuesday night sends the Eastern Conference Finals back to Milwaukee with the series tied at two games apiece. Despite 30 points from Khris Middleton and 25 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks struggled mightily.
A 65% performance from the free throw line was an Achilles heel for Milwaukee but not the only reason they lost game four. The Bucks committed 12 untimely turnovers and never found their rhythm. The biggest area of discrepancy was bench scoring. Toronto's three-man rotation off the bench outscored Milwaukee's bench 48-23.
Game five of the Eastern Conference Finals will tip-off from Fiserv Forum Thursday night at 7:30 PM.
Area track and cross-country coaches can learn from elite runners and legends of the sport during the first-ever Bellin Run Coaches’ Clinic on Saturday, June 8 at Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics.
Tapping into the iconic 10K’s most accomplished runners just hours after they cross the finish line, the clinic will include Olympians and Olympic trials qualifiers who will share their secrets of coaching success.
“This event allows us to bring together some of the greatest minds — and feet — in running to share their experience and expertise on a variety of timely and relevant topics,” said Bellin Health running expert Nate Vandervest. “We’ve assembled an incredible panel and we think this will be an invaluable afternoon for the coaches who attend.”
The Coaches’ Clinic will be keynoted by four-time Olympian and past New York Marathon, Boston Marathon and Bellin Run Champion Meb Keflezighi. Recently retired from competitive running, Keflezighi continues to be one of the sport’s best-known and well-respected names. He’s become a Bellin Run crowd favorite known for staying at the finish line to congratulate runners long after his race is over.
The event’s breakout sessions also will feature some of running’s biggest names, past and present:
Coaching Mental Stamina — 2016 Olympic marathoner Jared Ward
Fueling a Runner’s Body — Four-time Olympic trials qualifier and 2017 Bellin Run champ Kaitlin Gregg Goodman
Training Cycles for the High School Runner — Two-time Olympic trials qualifier and 2018 Bellin Run champ Brendan Gregg
Panel discussion with running legend “Boston Billy” Rodgers and all runners
The event runs from 1-5 p.m. at Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, 1970 S. Ridge Road. Cost is $50 per participant and registration is required by Friday, May 24. For information and to register, visit https://www.bellin.org/calendar/event/85768.
It was a busy first night of Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League. The fields at Sunset Park were packed and the sound of aluminum bats and parents cheering filled the cool air. Door County Co-Op won a 4-3 game against Lawn & Landscape. Chase Haberli was the winning pitcher. Haberli struck out seven and allowed only one earned run in the victory. He exited the pitcher's mound with a 4-1 lead. Aaron Bley struck out eight in relief. Caden Pierre belted a home run, Eli Bell had a single and an RBI, Michael Wautlet singled and added two RBI and Aaron Bley singled in the game for the Co-Op. Drew Daoust had two home runs and a double and kept Lawn & Landscape in the game single-handedly.
The Kiwanis brought some hot sticks to the diamond last night. They topped the Redroom 10-3. Noah Moll, Lauden Berga and Bryce Plzak combined for the win on the hill. Lauden Berg had a two RBI double.
Nicolet Bank eased past the Lions 14-6. Braden LaRoche had the Lions only RBI. Reid Kackmarynki and J. Valley had two hits each in the win. F. DeYoung struck out five in the loss. T. Neinas had five runs batted in on three for Nicolet Bank. I. Baudhuin had three hits with two RBI. V. DeKeyser struck out six in relief. Neinas was the winning pitcher. He struck out seven.
While dozens of local athletes have at least one more meet this season, the Kewaunee boys track team put an extra exclamation point on it by winning the Division 2 regional title at Wrightstown Tuesday.
The Storm had thirteen athletes on the boys team qualify for Thursday's sectional meet, nine doing so in two or more events. Luxemburg-Casco fell just five points short of claiming the boys title as its own with Sturgeon Bay coming in sixth and Southern Door in seventh. On the girls side, Luxemburg-Casco was top local team in the regional coming in third place, followed by Sturgeon Bay (4th), Kewaunee (6th) and Southern Door (7th).
In the Division 3 regional held at Algoma, the Wolves boys and the Sevastopol girls where the area's top performing teams.
Dozens of athletes from all seven competing schools qualified for Thursday's sectional meets. You can find their full results online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
There are still games left to be played, but local soccer teams already know where they are heading once the WIAA Playoffs begin next week.
In Division 3, Luxemburg-Casco will play conference rival Fox Valley Lutheran at the USA complex on May 30th beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Division 4 action includes Sevastopol/Gibraltar traveling to face Kohler, Kewaunee playing at Random Lake, and Sturgeon Bay playing at Kiel for 7 p.m.
Before that occurs however, Luxemburg-Casco will play at Sevastopol/Gibraltar and Kewaunee hosts Denmark for 4:30 p.m. starts while Sturgeon Bay battles Wrightstown at home beginning at 6:30 p.m.
After scoring 11 runs in its last game against conference rival Gibraltar, the Sevastopol Pioneers softball team went away quietly in an 8-0 loss to Mishicot.
Megan Junk no-hit the Pioneers, striking out three on the evening. Jadelyn Novy, Katie Koeppel and Kourtney Leroy did the heavy lifting offensively for the Indians, each collecting two hits and at least two RBI. Allison Daubner took the loss for the Pioneers, giving up all eight runs while scattering 11 hits.
Monday's game was moved from its previously scheduled Tuesday time slot to avoid potential rain hitting the area Tuesday night and Wednesday.
WIAA regional action continues for other local teams as Luxemburg-Casco travels to Marinette, Southern Door hosts Omro, Algoma stays at home to face Stockbridge, and Kewaunee hits the road to play Brillion.
It was the regular season finale for many local baseball teams as the playoffs kick off on Thursday.
It was especially memorable senior pitcher Derik LeCaptain, who struck out six while no-hitting the Peshtigo Bulldogs in a 5-1 Southern Door victory.
Daniel Stangel hit a home run and Wyatt Kruse drove in three, but Kewaunee gave up a late lead in its 7-6 loss to Chilton.
Algoma split its double header against North Fond du Lac, losing the first game 7-6 but rebounding to take game two by a 6-1 tally.
Luxemburg-Casco saw its 5-3 lead evaporate quicky as Pulaski scored four runs in the fifth inning to take a 7-5 victory away from the Spartans.
You can read full recaps at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
Area high school golfers hope to punch their ticket to Madison when WIAA Regional Golf Invitationals begin Tuesday.
Luxemburg-Casco will host one of the regional sites with Sturgeon Bay playing in the first wave and the Spartans joining Southern Door in the third wave of the Division 2 competition.
Gibraltar and Sevastopol are slated to head to the Division 3 regional site hosted by Oneida Nation with the Pioneers golfing in the first wave and the Vikings putting their way through the second wave. The regional meets conclude on Wednesday with qualifiers golfing next week at sectional sites on May 28th and 29th.
Track teams across Door and Kewaunee Counties are in a do-or-done mode for the rest of their season as WIAA Regionals take place Monday.
In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, and Kewaunee find themselves in Wrightstown for their regional meet. Top athletes hope to at least qualify for Thursday's sectional meet in Freedom. Field events begin at 4 p.m. and running events begin at 4:45 p.m.
Algoma will host a Division 3 regional also featuring Gibraltar and Sevastopol. Top finishers there will head to the Thursday sectional meet on Thursday. Field events begin at 3:30 p.m. while the races on the track begin at 4:15 p.m.
Area soccer players will have to dodge the puddles when they play their games on Monday after a weekend full of rain.
Monday's games include Luxemburg-Casco hosting New London at 6 p.m., and Kewaunee playing at home against Green Bay East at 4:30 p.m.
Despite a couple inches of rain falling across the area over the weekend, area baseball and softball teams hope they are able to get on the field on Monday. It comes after rain wiped out Saturday's high school slate and Sunday's Door County Baseball League schedule.
If games do occur today, Luxemburg-Casco hosts Pulaski at 5 p.m., Kewaunee travels to Chilton for a 4:30 p.m. tilt, Algoma plays a pair at home against North Fond du Lac beginning at 5 p.m. and Southern Door battles Peshtigo at 5 p.m in baseball.
The only softball game on the schedule is Sevastopol playing Mishicot on the road after eliminating Gibraltar last week.
Three solo homers and a strong outing by Brandon Woodruff helped the Milwaukee Brewers win the final game of its road trip and its series against the Atlanta Braves 3-2 in extra innings. The Brewers' Christian Yelich and the Braves' Ronald Acuna traded solo homers in the first inning before highly regarded prospect Keston Hiura hit his first major league home run in the fifth inning to give the visitors a 2-1 lead. Freddie Freeman would tie the game up in the seventh inning for the Braves on a home run before Ben Gamel returned volley in the tenth inning with a dinger of his own. Josh Hader would get revenge after blowing his third save of the year on Saturday with a pair of strikeouts to end the game.
The Brewers get a well-deserved day off after their ten-game road swing before taking on the Cincinnati Reds Tuesday night at Miller Park.
For the first time in the playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks lost a road contest after losing to the Toronto Raptors in double overtime 118-112. It was a rare off night for Khris Middletown and Giannis Antetokounmpo, combining for just 19 points. Anteteokounmpo was able to grab a game-high 23 rebounds before fouling out in the second overtime. It was George Hill who instead led the Bucks in scoring with 24 points. The Raptors' Kawai Leonard was his usual self, leading all scorers with 36 points while also collecting nine rebounds and five assists. The game may never have gone to double overtime without Middleton, who drained a three-pointer with seconds remaining to force the extra stanza. Clutch free throws by Hill forced the second overtime, which some many players on both sides sit out due to fouling out.
Game four will be in Toronto Tuesday night.
It was another cold night but we got the race in. A special thank you to the sponsor of the night Stodola’s IGA Grocery Store of Luxemburg.
Stock Car Feature
1. Dave Degrave #40D 2. Cody Potter #57P
3. Dan Van Pay #3V 4. Marcus Moede #9
Stock Car Heat 2
1. Derek Moede #99KK 2. John Heinz #57
3. Rod Snellenberger #10 4. Barry Van Straten #77
Stock Car Feature
1. Barry Van Straten #77 2. Luke Lemmens #007
3. Rod Snellenberger #10 4. Mike Coel #88
Sport Mods Heat 1
1. Craig Dorner #15 2. Cody Rass #14
3. Robert Witpkoy #10 4. Randy Theys #12
Sport Mod Heat 2
1. Jarred Vanlaanen #31 2. Vince Engebregtsen #6
3. Tom Stark #8 4. Tailar Ness #3
Sport Mod Feature
1. Craig Dorner #15 2. Chris Budzban #X
3. Vince Engebregtsen #6 4. Jarred VanLaanen #31
Mighty 4’s Heat 1
1. Brain Johnson #77 2. Nick Everard #18
3. Tony Everard #8 4. Brain Watzka #17
Mighty 4’s Heat 2
1. TJ Everard #88 2. Calvin Stueck #5
3. Justin Fickel #47 4. Dallas Topel #133
Might 4’s Feature
1. Calvin Stueck #5 2. Brian Johnson #77
3. TJ Everard #88 4. Justin Fickel #47
1. Shawn Kilgore #90K 2. Todd Dart #3K
3. Jeremy Jacobs #90J 4. Jay Matthias #8M
Thank you to everyone for braving another cold night to support your local track!! See you all this next Friday!
Sturgeon Bay was able to get in three soccer games on Saturday as they hosted the Door County Cup. Ashwaubenon, Pius XI and Wrightstown were the other teams in the tournament. Wrightstown won all three of their games including a 3-0 victory over the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play host to Wrightstown again on Tuesday at 4:30 PM.
Freddie Freeman's walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning gave the Atlanta Braves a 4-3 victory over the Brewers on Saturday. Milwaukee was trailing 3-2 headed to the ninth inning when Lorenzo Cain drove home Keston Hiura with a double. Josh Hader pitched a perfect bottom of the ninth and the teams headed to extras. The Brewers were unable to put anything together offensively in the top of the 10th. Hader came back out for his second inning of work and Freeman hit the second pitch he saw out of the park.
The Brewers other runs scored on a two-run single in the first inning by Jesus Aguilar.
These two teams will play the rubber match of the series on Sunday at 12:20 PM in Atlanta.
Two Door County high school baseball games had to be canceled due to the rain on Saturday. Gibraltar was scheduled to host non-conference opponent Lourdes Academy. Sturgeon Bay had a home game against Mishicot. Neither game will be made up with the playoffs starting next week. The Vikings do not have any more regular season games and will begin their playoff run on Thursday hosting Gresham Community. The Clippers still have one regular season game left on the schedule as they will travel to Bonduel on Tuesday for a 4:30 PM first pitch. Their first regional playoff game will be on Thursday hosting Algoma.
Their 26.57 pound day one total had Korey Sprengel and Ryan Dempsey in fourth place about a pound and a half out of first place in the 2019 Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. Day two had the walleye specialists within striking distance. Sprengel has fished the SBOBT a handful of years recently but never in a podium finish. Dempsey had never fished a single bass tournament in his life.
After a great day of fishing on Saturday Sprengel and Dempsey knew they were close to a winning weight. The final team to weigh in would wind up 24 hundredths of a pound off the lead. Shaun Kruzitski and Jason Corrao placed second in the tournament with an overall weight of 52.20 pounds and Sprengel and Dempster held them off with a weight of 52.49 pounds (10 fish - 2 days) to take the $45,000 cash and prize payout including a Ranger Boat and Mercury Motor.
29th Annual SBOBT Leader Board (Top 7 Teams)
52.49 Sprengel and Dempsey
52.25 Kruzitski and Corrao
52.20 Rassmussen and McSharry
50.33 Ourada and Allen
49.49 Fothergill and Fothergill
48.97 Scott Bonnema and Mark Courts
48.40 Robillard and Delfosse (Luxemburg, WI)
Big bass of the tournament - 7.13 pounds Wetli and Wozniak (Day 2)
The Bucks are now just two games away from their first NBA Finals appearance in 45 years. They never trailed in game two against the Raptors winning 125-103. The Bucks started the game on a 9-0 run and the game was never in doubt after that.
Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 30 points and 17 rebounds. Ersan Ilyasova poured in 17 points off the bench. Kawai Leonard led all scorers with 31 points.
Milwaukee now has a 2-0 series lead in the best of 7. The Bucks can take a commanding 3-0 lead on Sunday night when the series heads to Toronto for the first time. Tip-off is at 6 PM.
The Brewers went into Atlanta with a three-game winning streak on the line. Milwaukee lost but it was an entertaining game if you were able to watch past the sixth inning. The Braves led 3-0 going to the 6th when Atlanta exploded for nine runs including three home runs, all off of Corbin Burnes. Jhoulys Chacin started and allowed three runs in five innings.
The Brewers offense didn't quit and ended up scoring 1 in the seventh and 3 in the eighth. Milwaukee made a rally in the ninth scoring four runs and getting the tying run to the on-deck circle before finally going down. The final score was 12-8.
Jacob Nottingham hit his first major league home run in the eighth.
The Brewers and Braves will go at it again on Saturday at SunTrust Park. The first pitch is at 6:15 PM.
Five local baseball teams were in action in four games on Friday and none were as exciting as Sturgeon Bay and Peshtigo. The two top teams in the Packerland Conference squared off in Sturgeon Bay. The Clippers came away with a walk-off win in the 9th inning to take the game 4-3. Jake Schneider's sacrifice fly drove in Ryan Jacobson to win it.
Elsewhere in Packerland Conference play, Algoma got a dominant pitching performance from Zach Schmidt to win at Green Bay NEW Lutheran 8-0.
Both Kewaunee and Gibraltar played in a pitchers duel in Kewaunee. The Storm came out on top 2-0. Daniel Stangel and Nathan VanGoethem combined on a two-hit shutout. Luke Steebs was on the mound for the Vikings.
Southern Door fell at Oconto 5-3.
Two Kewaunee County soccer teams were in action on Friday with one being a close game and the other not so much.
Kewaunee hosted Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah and played to a 1-1 draw.
Luxemburg-Casco had no issue with Little Chute at home. Lauren Dhuey picked up a hat trick as the Spartans won 6-0.
Christian Yelich hit his league-leading 17th and 18th home runs helping lead the Brewers to an 11-3 win at Philadelphia. Mike Moustakas and Yasmani Grandal also went deep for Milwaukee in the game.
The game was close headed to the seventh inning with the Brewers holding a 4-3 lead. Milwaukee then scored three in the seventh, two in the eighth and two in the ninth to put the game out of hand.
Zach Davies only allowed one earned run in his six innings of work. The bullpen came in to throw three perfect innings.
The Brewers are now on a three-game winning streak after taking the final three from the Phillies in the four-game series. They'll start a three-game series in Atlanta against the Braves starting Friday night at 6:20 PM.
Two Door County softball teams are advancing in the WIAA Regional Playoffs after victories on Thursday.
Ninth-seeded Sturgeon Bay got a road victory over the eight seed Lourdes Academy. The final score was 9-2. Katie Frank smacked a three-run homer to lead the Clippers. They'll take on number one seed Chilton on Tuesday.
Sevastopol picked up a road victory over Gibraltar. The final score was 11-1 and the game was played in Fish Creek. The Pioneers will move on to play first-seeded Mishicot on Tuesday.
Two local teams split a doubleheader and another almost pulled off a big upset in Thursday's baseball action.
Sevastopol and Kewaunee faced off in a doubleheader. The Storm won game one in walk-off fashion by a final score of 5-4. Sevastopol got a little revenge in game two winning 10-4. The games were played at Kewaunee.
Luxemburg-Casco went on the road to play the top team in the North Eastern Conference. The Spartans couldn't quite pull off the upset over Wrightstown and fell 5-4.
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Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer scored in the 39th minute to give Sturgeon Bay it's 4th win in the Packerland Conference (4-0-1). McKenna Gibson had 3 saves in goal for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will finish its season at Sevastopol/Gibraltar next Thursday and attempt to win Conference for the second year in a row. Kewaunee will take on Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah at home on Friday with the kickoff at 4:30 PM.
All of the area's soccer teams are back in game action Thursday afternoon after their customary Wednesday night off.
At 4:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay travels to Kewaunee, Sevastopol/Gibraltar heads south to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, and Luxemburg-Casco stays home to play Fox Valley Lutheran.
There are still some games left in the regular season, but baseball teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties know who they will be facing in their opening games of the playoffs. The seedings were announced Wednesday and like softball, lent itself to some games very close to home in the opening rounds.
Next Thursday, Luxemburg-Casco plays at Denmark, Gibraltar hosts Gresham, Sevastopol travels to Bowler, Southern Door battles Kewaunee in Brussels, and Sturgeon Bay meets Algoma at home. All games are at 4:30 p.m.
As for today, the Pioneers and Storm kick off a doubleheader in Kewaunee at 4 p.m. while at 4:30 p.m. the Spartans play at Wrightstown and the Vikings host Valders.
The road to Madison begins today for a trio of softball teams in Door County.
The format of both the baseball and softball playoffs lends itself to some familiar opponents in the opening rounds. Gibraltar will host Sevastopol in Fish Creek for a 4:30 p.m. while Sturgeon Bay will hit the road as well to play Lourdes Academy at 5 p.m.
Luxemburg-Casco knows it has Marinette and Kewaunee will play Brillion on Tuesday while Southern Door and Algoma have to wait out today's matchups to learn who their next opponent will be.
The Milwaukee Brewers proved Wednesday you do not need to hit homers to win big games after beating the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2. Entering the third inning tied 1-1, a bases loaded walk to Mike Moustakas and a two-run single by Jesus Aguilar gave the Brewers a 4-1 advantage. Moustakas would add another tally in the fifth inning on an error by Phillies centerfielder Andew McCutchen. After giving up the error, McCutchen would narrow the lead with an RBI single, but the run was moot as the Phillies would get no closer.
Gio Gonzalez continued his hot start, pitching 5 1/3 innings, giving up just a solo home run while striking out three.
The Brewers complete their swing through Philadelphia this afternoon at 12:05.
It was better late than never for the Milwaukee Bucks in its 108-100 win over the Toronto Raptors in the first game of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday.
The Bucks found itself down by double digits several times throughout the night, only to claw back to single digits again and again. Down by seven points entering the fourth quarter, the Bucks outscored the Raptors 32-17 to grab the opening game in the series. Brook Lopez led the Bucks with 29 points and 11 rebounds while Giannis Antetokounmpo added another 24 points and 14 boards. The Raptors' Kawai Leonard led all scorers with 31 points.
The Bucks look to take game two when its host the Raptors at the Fiserv Forum on Friday.
The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-1 on Tuesday night. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump and had a gem of an outing. Woodruff went six innings strong only giving up one hit while striking out five. Corbin Burnes and Jacob Barnes held it down in the final innings to secure the win.
Keston Hiura, the Brewers’ top prospect, was finally called up and made his first MLB start. He picked up his first MLB hit in the game on a single. Yasmani Grandal and Ryan Braun both went deep in the game to create a little separation.
The two teams will now run it back for game three in the series. Gio Gonzalez will take the mound for the Brewers. Jake Arrieta will have his name called for the Phillies. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:05.
Luxemburg-Casco struggled on the road against the top team in the North Eastern Conference. Wrightstown defeated the Spartans 7-0. L-C will try to get back on track on Thursday when they host Fox Valley Lutheran at 4:30 PM.
Both Southern Door and Algoma were winners on Tuesday night which means they finish with identical 14-2 records in the Packerland Conference.
Southern Door picked up a road win in Kewaunee 10-2. Kendra Dantoin, Kyle Neinas and Jackie Atkins all had two hits in the game.
Algoma knocked off Oconto 4-0 at home. Maddie Prokash was brilliant again in the circle pitching a shutout.
Elsewhere, Sevastopol swept a doubleheader at Green Bay NEW Lutheran. The Pioneers won game one 17-9 and game two 7-4. Sturgeon Bay defeated Gibraltar 10-3.
Southern Door did defeat Algoma in both their matchups this year 12-0 and 4-0. The Eagles only losses in the conference were to Oconto and Peshtigo.
Southern Door was in a winner in baseball on Tuesday but the big story was Sturgeon Bay. The Clippers were down 8-0 in the third inning to Gibraltar. They came all the way back to win the game scoring six runs in the seventh inning. Abram Abeyta got the walk-off hit to win 9-8.
Southern Door went on the road to defeat Kewaunee 15-3. Derik LeCaptain and Tyler Kroll each hit three-run homers.
Sevastopol lost a pair to Green Bay NEW Lutheran on the road 4-1 and 4-3.
Luxemburg-Casco fell to Wrightstown at home 8-4 despite two hits and home run from Dylan Dahlke.
Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco picked up victories while Southern Door faltered on the road in softball action Monday.
Ally Dart was a force in a 9-6 victory for the Spartans over Waupaca, striking out five from the circle and going a perfect 3-3 with two doubles at the plate.
Jackie Atkins had a pair of hits and Lexi Wery struck out six Bulldogs over four innings, but it wasn't enough in Southern Door's 4-1 loss to Peshtigo.
Hailey Gaedtke led Kewaunee to a doubleheader over Sevastopol by scores of 18-3 and 6-4 thanks to a home run in game one and a strong pitching performance in game two.
Full recaps are available online at DoorKewauneeSchoolSports.com
Sevastopol will play at least three more games this week beginning with a doubleheader with NEW Lutheran this afternoon before facing Gibraltar in the opening round of the WIAA Playoffs on Thursday. Luxemburg-Casco will also sneak in a game before the playoffs begin, playing at Wrightstown this afternoon.
The Sturgeon Bay Clippers and Kewaunee Storm rode the emotional rollercoaster during their baseball games Monday.
In Sturgeon Bay, it took a pair of two-RBI hits by Trent Ehlers and Issac Berkley for the Clippers to finally slay Lourdes Academy 10-9.
Kewaunee was too hospitable to their visitors from Denmark as they gave up 12 runs in the first two innings but made it interesting before losing to the Vikings 12-8.
Full recaps are available online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
Baseball action today includes Luxemburg-Casco hosting Wrightstown, Sevastopol playing two at NEW Lutheran, Southern Door playing at Kewaunee, Algoma traveling to Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay battling Gibraltar at home.
Success carried over from the relays meet to the conference championships as the Kewaunee boys and Sturgeon Bay girls track teams captured Packerland titles Monday in Kewaunee.
The Storm boys captured their title by scoring 173 points, outscoring second place Peshtigo by nearly 28 points. They were led by individual title winners Alex Hewett (triple jump, high jump), Tannor Bortolini (shot put), and their relay teams in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200.
The Clippers girls team only had one individual event champion in 100 m hurdler Alexa Nelson, but consistent high performers catapulted Sturgeon Bay to a team title with 146 points, outscoring Kewaunee by nearly 19 points.
You can find full results for each Door and Kewaunee County school online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com by clicking on the links below.
With two weeks to go before the WIAA playoffs get underway, there is still plenty to play for with area girls' soccer teams heading into action tonight.
Two Packerland Conference teams will battle tonight when Sevastopol/Gibraltar makes the trip south to Kewaunee for a 4:30 p.m. tilt.
Luxemburg-Casco will also head south and play at 4:30 p.m. with a match against Wrightstown on the docket.
The Milwaukee Brewers saw their losing streak continue Monday night as they lost to the Philadelphia Phillies 7-4.
The game could have easily been on blown out if the Brewers could have driven in just a few of the 15 men that stranded on a night when they collected 12 hits and drew eight walks. Yasmani Grandal and Christian Yelich staked the Brewers to a 2-0 lead before Aaron Nola tied it up for the Phillies on an error by Eric Thames. The Brewers would retake the lead on Mike Moustakas' home run in the third and extend it with one of Lorenzo Cain's five hits on the evening. That is where the scoring stopped for the Brewers with the Phillies scoring the game's final five runs, capitalized by a pair of seventh-inning doubles.
The Brewers are back in action against the Phillies tonight at 6:05.
Less than two weeks remain in the regular season before the playoffs begin for teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties.
In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco softball hosts Waupaca in a 4:30 p.m. tilt.
Packerland Conference action for softball includes Kewaunee hosting Sevastopol for a doubleheader at 4 p.m., Southern Door playing at home against Peshtigo at 4:30 p.m., and Gibraltar playing at Oconto at 5 p.m. On the baseball side, Gibraltar heads to Oconto for a 5 p.m., start, Southern Door plays Two Rivers at Walsh Field at 4:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay hosts Lourdes Academy at 4:30 p.m., Kewaunee battles Denmark at home at 4:15 p.m.
All eyes will be on Kewaunee High School this afternoon when the Packerland Conference's nine schools compete for a track championship.
The Sturgeon Bay boys and the Algoma girls look to repeat as conference champions after winning last year's title at the home of the Wolves. The Clippers were led by two of its relay teams taking the event titles and top 3 performance in nearly all the field events thanks to Rex Meikle. Speaking of field events, it was there where the Wolves girls did their damage, winning four of the seven. Katelyn Williams was the star of last year's conference championships, not just winning titles in shot put and discus but also winning the 100M and 4 X 100M relay events.
Action begins at 3:30 p.m.
Another late homer proved to be the decisive blow in the Milwaukee Brewers' 4-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs Sunday night.
The Cubs struck first on another soggy day at Wrigley Field with Wilson Contreas knocking in the first run on a groundout in the game's opening inning. Jesus Aguilar tied it up on an RBI single in the fourth inning to tie the game at 1-1. Javier Baez drove in what turned out to be the difference an inning later with an RBI double that drove in Kris Bryant. The Cubs' first baseman put the game out of reach with a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh.
Starting pitching proved to be masterful for a third straight game for the Brewers, with Jhoulys Chacin taking the hard-luck loss despite giving up just one earned run. Brewers pitching gave up just six runs in 33 innings of work. The Brewers take their road show to Philadelphia next for a series against the Phillies.
Former Clippers soccer standout Jaden Stevenson will be playing close to home this summer in the new second tier of the United Soccer League. Prior to the franchise's first game, the Green Bay Voyageurs signed the former Sturgeon Bay forward after playing his freshman year at Northern Illinois. Stevenson recorded two shots in five games for the Huskies after scoring 39 goals and tallying 24 assists in his years as a Clipper. Hometown fans of Stevenson can catch his first home game with his new team on May 31st.
After ending Sister Bay's run at the top of the Door County Baseball mountain last season, Egg Harbor made sure they got 2019 off on the right foot.
Egg Harbor stormed back after giving up two early runs to win its league opener against Washington Island 8-3. Sister Bay also dug themselves out of an early 7-0 hole to win its game against Baileys Harbor 14-8. West Jacksonport topped Maplewood 9-4 and Institute beat Kolberg 10-6 to round out the first weekend of play in the DCL.
Luxemburg-Casco's track and field teams participated in the North Eastern Conference Championship meet in Denmark on Saturday.
The boys picked up a fourth-place conference finish picking up 74.5 points. The Spartan girls finished with 40 points which was good for seventh place.
Denmark's boys and girls teams each won conference championships.
Sevastopol/Gibraltar and Luxemburg-Casco both participated in soccer tournaments on Saturday.
The Vikeneers defeated Martin Luther 4-2 in Kiel. Tika Jandu and Kayla Kopisky each scored two goals in the game for Sevastopol/Gibraltar.
Luxemburg-Casco hosted a soccer quad on Saturday defeating Shawano 2-1 in their first game. The Spartans then lost to Sheboygan Falls 7-0.
The Cubs needed 15 innings on Saturday to finally defeat the Brewers 2-1. Willson Contreras hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 15th to win it for Chicago. Milwaukee's bats just couldn't do much with Cubs pitching. Their only run came on a homer by Hernan Perez in the fifth inning off Cole Hamels. Zach Davies pitched 6 1/3 strong innings and the bullpen didn't allow a run until the home run by Contreras which he hit off of Burch Smith who was in his fourth inning of work.
The two teams will play the rubber match on Sunday night at 6 PM in Chicago.
Algoma, Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco all picked up good wins in Saturday's softball action.
Algoma won a walk-off at home against Kewaunee by a final score of 2-1. Maddie Prokash drove in the winning run with a single.
Southern Door had no issue with Green Bay NEW Lutheran 15-0 in four innings.
Luxemburg-Casco won both games of a doubleheader with Little Chute at home. Game one was 7-1 and game two went 8-0. The Spartans won four games in two days on Friday and Saturday.
All seven Door and Kewaunee County baseball teams were in action on Saturday.
Gibraltar split a pair of games at home. Game one the Vikings lost 7-6 to Peshtigo. They were able to take their second game of the 14-4 against Oconto.
Sevastopol fell to Oconto 11-5. The 1985 state championship team along with the 1984 and '87 runners up teams were honored before the game. It was played in Baileys Harbor due to the poor playing conditions at Sevastopol.
Southern Door dropped a pair of games to Sturgeon Bay 15-3 and then to Green Bay NEW Lutheran 14-12, both at home.
Kewaunee went on the road to defeat Algoma 4-3 in the "War on the Shore".
Luxemburg-Casco dropped a doubleheader to Waupaca 7-3 and 1-0.
In a final score that looks more like a score in a Bears-Packers game, the Brewers knocked off the Cubs 7-0 on Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field. Milwaukee scored two runs in each of the final three innings and got a home run from Ryan Braun in the fourth. Gio Gonzalez and five relievers combined for the shutout.
The Brewers have now won seven games in a row and have moved into a virtual tie for first place in the National League Central division with the Cubs. One of the two teams will be alone in first place after Saturday's game in Chicago. Zach Davies will pitch against Cole Hamels. First pitch is at 1:20 PM.
Four Door and Kewaunee County softball teams played in five combined games on Friday mostly with great success.
Algoma picked up a conference road win against Sturgeon Bay 3-1. The Wolves scored two go-ahead runs in the sixth inning. Maddie Prokash was dominant on the mound for the Wolves racking up 14 strikeouts in the complete game. Erin Haese only allowed three runs in pitching the whole game for the Clippers.
Southern Door went to Peshtigo and picked up a 5-3 victory. Kendra Dantoin and Melanie Watters each had two hits and two RBIs.
Luxemburg-Casco took both games of a doubleheader against Oconto Falls at home. Game one went 4-2 to the Spartans while game two was a more lopsided 5-0 win. Ally Dart picked up the win in the circle in both games.
Sturgeon Bay and Algoma faced off in baseball in a doubleheader on Friday. One game was a blowout while the other was a nailbiter. The Clippers took both matchups. Game one was 15-1 while game two was much closer. The final score in that one was 2-0. Both games were played in Sturgeon Bay
In a matchup of two of the top teams in the Packerland Conference Southern Door couldn't quite get over the hump at Peshtigo. It went into the eighth inning where the Bulldogs got a walk-off sacrifice fly. Tyler Kroll threw all eight innings for the Eagles striking out five.
The Sevastopol/Gibraltar Vikineers girls soccer team faced off against the Kewaunee Storm at 6:00 last night under the lights in a cold, windy, horizontal rain. The game was evenly matched with both teams have opportunities to score. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. The Vikineers were led by the fantastic play of senior defender Kayla Copiskey. The varsity squad travels this Saturday to play at a three-game tournament in Kiel.
With just over two more years remaining in Zoe Kuehn’s high school career, you may see her last name on the walls of the gym as many times as “Sevastopol” when it is all done. This week’s Culver’s Door County Student-Athlete of the Week broke a 27-year-old record last month when she leaped 33’ 11” in the triple jump, more than 10 inches further than the previous mark. That puts her on the same records wall as her father Bryan, who also has school records in the high jump, triple jump, and long jump. Kuehn says along with her track coaches, her father helps her out as well.
A basketball and volleyball player as well, Kuehn hopes to return to the state meet with the 4 x 800-meter relay, but would also like to qualify in some of her other events as well.
Culver's Sturgeon Bay will highlight Door County student-athletes throughout the rest of the season.
Sturgeon Bay took another step towards capturing a Packerland Conference title Thursday with a 2-1 win over NEW Lutheran. Madison Starr scored the decisive goal on a cross pass from Miranda Olson in the second half after Claire Tellstrom got her tally in the first half.
Lauren Dhuey was able to reach the back of the net but it was not enough as Luxemburg-Casco fell to Menasha 3-1.
Friday's soccer action includes Kewaunee playing at Two Rivers. Sevastopol/Gibraltar and Luxemburg-Casco are set to multiple games on Saturday.
What was supposed to be a day off for some area baseball teams will now be reserved for games Friday afternoon after soaking rains postponed many games Thursday.
In baseball action Sturgeon Bay will host a doubleheader against Algoma at 4 p.m. and Southern Door will play a single game at Peshtigo beginning at 4:30 p.m.
On the softball diamond, Luxemburg-Casco will play at home against Oconto Falls in a doubleheader at 4:00 p.m., Sturgeon Bay will host a doubleheader against Algoma at 4 p.m. and Southern Door will play a single game at Peshtigo beginning at 4:30 p.m.
The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Washington Nationals 7-3 on Wednesday afternoon. Brandon Woodruff started on the mound for Milwaukee and pitched an absolute gem. He went a total of six innings only giving up one earned run while striking out nine. He would pick up the win with that effort.
Christian Yelich continued his crazy hot start to the season with another bomb. It was his 16th so far. Manny Pina also hit a homer in the second inning to give the Brewers a little cushion heading into the later innings. Josh Hader came in to nail down the ninth and pick up the save.
Milwaukee will now have a day off Thursday before starting a series with the Cubs on Friday. They will trot out Gio Gonzalez to face the Cubs in game one. First pitch will be thrown out at 1:10 from Wrigley Field.
The Milwaukee Bucks are headed back to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2001. An impressive 116-91 thrashing of the Boston Celtics Wednesday night at Fiserv Forum has Giannis Antetokounmpo four wins away from a trip to the NBA FInals.
"The Greek Freak" led a balanced scoring attack in game five by leading the team with 20 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. Khris Middleton returned to form adding 19 points, Eric Bledsoe dropped 18 and George Hill tallied 16 points. In total seven Bucks players finished with double-digit scoring outputs.
The Celtics superstar Kyrie Irving again struggled against the Bucks. He shot just 6/21 from the floor, finishing with 15 points, one rebound and one assist. Irving was Boston's high scorer.
Milwaukee now awaits the winner of the Toronto Vs. Philadelphia series. The Raptors hols a (3-2) advantage in the best of seven series and play tonight at 7:00 PM CST.
Southern Door's Derik LeCaptain was honored Wednesday night for his prowess in three sports, being named the Boys Athlete of the Year at the Wisconsin Sports Awards.
Hosted by the USA Today - Wisconsin Network at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, LeCaptain beat out Andrew Stone of Fond du Lac and Logan Zschernitz of Spencer for the award.
A letter winner and all-Packerland Conference performer in football, basketball, and baseball, LeCaptain will be preferred walk-on on the gridiron for the University of Minnesota this upcoming season.
All local teams will be in action Thursday in high school soccer.
Sturgeon Bay will try to capture a rematch victory when the play at home against NEW Lutheran beginning at 4:30 p.m. At 6 p.m. Sevastopol/Gibraltar will look for its second win of the week when it hosts Kewaunee. Luxemburg-Casco will host Menasha for a 6:30 p.m. tilt.
Several games are scheduled for this afternoon across Door and Kewaunee Counties despite overnight rains soaking the area overnight.
Packerland baseball action begins at 4 p.m. with a pair of doubleheaders featuring Kewaunee hosting Parent's Night festivities against Sevastopol and Algoma traveling to face Sturgeon Bay. Southern Door will make the trip to Peshtigo for a 5 p.m. start.
Local softball teams in the Packerland Conference will mimic their baseball counterparts with Sevastopol traveling to Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay hosting Algoma for doubleheaders beginning at 4 p.m. Southern Door heads to Peshtigo for a 5 p.m. start. Luxemburg-Casco continues Northeastern Conference with a doubleheader on the road against Little Chute.
Approximately 1.5 inches was expected to fall across the area from late afternoon Wednesday to Thursday morning, so follow DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com for potential postponements.
A low scoring game at Luxemburg-Casco resulted in a 1-0 victory for the Spartans over Kewaunee. Tara Dhuey scored the only goal in the ballgame.
The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Washington Nationals 6-0 on Tuesday night. Adrian Hauser started on the bump for the Brewers as the initial out-getter. He would throw two scoreless before passing the ball off to Freddy Peralta. Freddy would go five innings strong without surrendering a single earned run to the Nationals. He would eventually earn the win.
The scoring didn’t start until the seventh inning for Milwaukee. Lorenzo Cain got it going with a double that scored three of his teammates. The Brewers would tack on three more runs in the inning as they never looked back and held on for the win.
The two teams will now run it back on Wednesday in the series finale. Milwaukee will be going for the sweep. They will trot out Brandon Woodruff to try and accomplish that. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:10.
Three of the four area teams in action on Tuesday won their games.
Gibraltar knocked off Algoma 12-1 in six innings. The Vikings picked up a road win behind three hits from Brandon Stillman, one of those being a double. Trevor Nell was the bright spot on offense for the Wolves with two hits.
Kewaunee picked up a road non-conference win in Two Rivers. The final score was 3-2.
Luxemburg-Casco was also on the road and they defeated Little Chute 9-3. The Spartans scored six runs in the top of the seventh to secure the victory.
Algoma and Southern Door both won in fewer than seven innings on Tuesday. While Luxemburg-Casco picked up a shutout victory.
Algoma had no issue with Gibraltar at home. Maddie Prokash pitched all five innings in a 10-0 win for the Wolves. Hanna Wiese hit a home run in the game.
Southern Door beat Sturgeon Bay 13-3 in six innings in Brussels. Jackie Atkins had three hits for the Eagles.
Luxemburg-Casco shutout Fox Valley Lutheran on the road. Ally Dart pitched the complete game to lead the Spartans to a 5-0 victory.
Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door all traveled to Algoma for a track and field meet on Tuesday. Luxemburg-Casco's track and field teams were also in action at West De Pere.
Kewaunee's boys put up the best performance out of all the track and field teams. They scored 132 team points which was good for second only behind De Pere.
Sturgeon Bay placed sixth out of 11 teams with 47 points. Algoma was right behind them at 45 points. Sevastopol finished with 27 points. Gibraltar wound up with 24.33.
For the girls, Kewaunee was also the top team among area teams placing third with 73 points. The Storm edged Sturgeon Bay who had 70.5 points. Algoma scored 64 points. Sevastopol was close behind the Wolves with 62.5. Gibraltar had 20 points.
The Luxemburg-Casco boys scored 88 points which was good for third out of six teams competing. The girls had 47.5 points.
The Green Bay Packers claimed WR Jawill Davis off waivers from the New York Giants. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transaction Tuesday.
Davis, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound, second-year player out of Bethune-Cookman, was originally signed by the Giants as an undrafted free agent on May 11, 2018. After starting the season on the Giants’ practice squad, he was promoted to the active roster on Sept. 28. Davis played in seven games and recorded four receptions for 40 yards (10.0 avg.), returned 12 punts for 89 yards (7.4 avg.) and seven kickoffs for 171 yards (24.4 avg.) before being placed on injured reserve on Dec. 29. He will wear No. 1 for the Packers.
Cassie Schiltz, a senior at Luxemburg-Casco High School, has been selected as one of 32 finalists – 16 senior girls and 16 senior boys – to receive the 2019 WIAA Statewide Scholar Athlete Award of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Chosen from among 823 seniors nominated, the 32 finalists were recognized at an awards ceremony held May 5 in Wausau. Each received a medallion and certificate, along with a plaque for display at their respective schools.
Schiltz is the seventh finalist for the WIAA Statewide Scholar Athlete Award from Luxemburg-Casco High School. She follows: Mary Kay Destiche (1994), Dennis Delebreau (1994), Brad Shefchik (1995), Stephanie Warnke (1996), Ann Gotstein (1998) and Eric Metzler (2005).
A 5-11 guard for the L-C girls basketball team, she finished her career as the school’s all-time scoring leader with 1,980 points and was a four-time team Most Valuable Player. Schiltz has committed to play basketball at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay starting next season.
Schiltz was a four-time, first-team All-North Eastern Conference selection, and she was chosen as the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year her junior and senior years. Schiltz also was a unanimous pick to the Division 2 first team of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), along with fourth-team all-state, as a senior.
The daughter of Dan and Mary Schiltz of Luxemburg, she earned four letters in basketball, four in volleyball and one in softball at Luxemburg-Casco.
The 32 finalists for Statewide Scholar Athlete were determined by selecting four boys and four girls – based on athletic and academic achievement – from each of four WIAA divisions (Schiltz in Division 2). More than 1,000 Scholar Athlete finalists have been recognized since the program began in 1984.
An archived version of the awards ceremony is available at www.wiaawi.org.
Schiltz also has been nominated for the girls basketball Player of the Year at the Wisconsin High School Sports Awards, which recognizes and honors the top athletic accomplishments in state high school sports. The event will be held May 8 at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton.
The Vikineers played Roncalli last night at Sevastopol. The final soccer was 5-0 with the Vikineers coming out on top.
The game was 2-0 at half time. The first goal was scored by senior #3 Reetika Jandu, assisted by senior #14 Molly Banks. The second goal was scored off of a corner kick by junior #20 Rachel Hietpas. The corner kick was taken by senior Kayla Copiskey.
The second half was met with 3 additional goals fairly early. Senior #14 Molly Banks, assisted by Sophomore #6 McKenzie Wiesner, followed by a two goals from Junior #8 Kayla Scharrig. Assists came from Sophomore #5 Chilina Cuellar first followed by Junior #15 Ainsley Salisbury.
The Vikineers next match will be a Packerland Conference game Thursday night at 6:00 against Kewaunee.
Sevastopol/Gibraltar started the week for area soccer teams on a good note Monday.
The Vikineers played Roncalli last night at Sevastopol. The final soccer was 5-0 with the Vikineers coming out on top.
The game was 2-0 at half time. The first goal was scored by senior #3 Reetika Jandu, assisted by senior #14 Molly Banks. The second goal was scored off of a corner kick by junior #20 Rachel Hietpas. The corner kick was taken by senior Kayla Copiskey.
The second half was met with 3 additional goals fairly early. Senior #14 Molly Banks, assisted by Sophomore #6 McKenzie Wiesner, followed by a two goals from Junior #8 Kayla Scharrig. Assists came from Sophomore #5 Chilina Cuellar first followed by Junior #15 Ainsley Salisbury.
The Vikineers next match will be a Packerland Conference game Thursday night at 6:00 against Kewaunee.
Tuesday's slate of soccer games includes Luxemburg-Casco hosting Kewaunee at 6:30 p.m.
Doubleheaders dotted the region in local baseball action Monday.
Gibraltar baseball rebounded from a game one 5-2 defeat to claim the second contest by a 10-0 score over the Southern Door Eagles.
The Sevastopol Pioneers lost one late and couldn't recover in time for the second game as they lost to Sturgeon Bay scores of 4-3 and 14-4.
The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans baseball team scored three runs in the fourth inning, but it was not enough to claw all the way back in a 6-5 loss to Little Chute.
The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Boston Celtics 113-101 on Monday night. Giannis led the way in dominating fashion with 39 points and 16 rebounds at the TD Garden. Milwaukee came out and set the tone the whole entire game.
George Hill had a monster third quarter that helped the Bucks create a little separation. He tallied 15 points in the game and really was the best player next to Giannis. Kyrie Irving was held to 7-22 on the night as he struggled to get the offense going for the Celtics.
Milwaukee now takes a 3-1 lead looking to close the series out at Fiserv Forum on Wednesday. The Bucks are already heavily favored in the matchup. Tip-off will be at 7:00 on Wednesday night with a chance to head to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Washington Nationals 5-3 on Monday night. Jhoulys Chacin started on the mound for the Brewers and went five innings only giving up two earned runs. It was a quality start but he did not factor into the decision.
Ben Gamel led the way for Milwaukee in the game as he had three hits on the night and scored two runs. Orlando Arcia also had three hits on the night as the Brewers were just able to squeak by the Nationals. Junior Guerra would come in to close down the ninth and earn the save.
The two teams will now run it back for game two of the series. Adrian Hauser is expected to draw the start on Tuesday for Milwaukee and face Stephen Strasburg of Washington. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:40 from Miller Park.
Doubleheaders occurred across the area Monday, with Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door ending their day 2-0.
Southern Door pitchers did their damage on the mound and at the plate in a pair of victories over Gibraltar by scores of 6-0 and 8-1.
On Monday, the Green Bay Packers signed cornerback Chandon Sullivan and wide receiver Darrius Shepherd. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Monday.
(CHAN-din) Sullivan (5-11, 189) is a second-year player out of Georgia State who originally signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent on May 11, 2018. He spent his rookie season on the Eagles’ practice squad and active roster, appearing in five games with one start. Sullivan recorded 11 tackles (seven solo) and a pass defensed. He will wear No. 39 for the Packers.
UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNING:
No Name Pos Ht Wt College HS Hometown
10 Darrius Shepherd WR 5-11 186 N. Dakota State Blue Springs, Mo.
Shepherd participated in Green Bay’s rookie orientation camp this past weekend.
Shepherd, 23, played in 57 games for the Bison, recording 188 receptions for 2,841 yards (15.1 avg.) and 20 touchdowns. He also ran the ball 31 times for 219 yards (7.1 avg.) and a score and returned 44 punts for 578 yards (13.1 avg.) and a TD. As a senior, Shephard was named to the STATS FCS All-America third team as a punt returner.
To close out last week, Green Bay signed six draft choices. General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced the transactions Friday.
Rd Name Pos Ht Wt College HS Hometown
1a Rashan Gary LB 6-5 277 Michigan Paramus, N.J.
1b Darnell Savage S 5-11 198 Maryland Bear, Del.
5 Kingsley Keke DL 6-3 288 Texas A&M Richmond, Texas
6a Ka’dar Hollman CB 6-0 196 Toledo Burlington, N.J.
6b Dexter Williams RB 5-11 212 Notre Dame Winter Garden, Fla.
7 Ty Summers LB 6-1 241 Texas Christian San Antonio, Texas
Southern Door has a slim lead over Algoma in Packerland Conference Softball for the 2019 season. At (8-1) the Eagles lead the Wolves (8-2) by a half-game. Kewaunee is just a game back of Algoma, so there is a lot to be decided yet in Packerland Conference Softball this season. Here is a look at current standings as provided by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:
SCHOOL WON LOST
Southern Door 8 1
Algoma 8 2
Kewaunee 7 3
Peshtigo 8 4
Oconto 6 4
Gibraltar 3 6
Sturgeon Bay 3 7
Sevastopol 1 8
NEW Lutheran 0 9
Sturgeon Bay is tied for first place in Packerland Conference girls soccer after three games. Tied with N.E.W. Lutheran, the Clippers have a one-game lead over Sevastopol-Gibraltar. Here is a look at current standings as provided by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz:
SCHOOL WON LOST TIED POINTS
NEW Lutheran-Providence Academy 2 1 0 4
Sturgeon Bay 2 1 0 4
Sevastopol-Gibraltar 1 1 0 2
Kewaunee 0 2 0 0
Southern Door has just one loss on the season but trails Peshtigo in the win column by three games. The Packerland Conference Baseball standings leading into the week of May 6th have been released by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz. Here is a look at the nine-team standings:
SCHOOL WON LOST
Peshtigo 10 1
Southern Door 7 1
Sturgeon Bay 6 3
Gibraltar 4 4
NEW Lutheran 4 5
Oconto 4 6
Kewaunee 3 6
Sevastopol 2 7
Algoma 1 8
A three-run third inning was all Zach Davies needed to help the Milwaukee Brewers earn a series sweep after a 3-2 victory over the Mets Sunday.
After Lorenzo Cain drove in a run on a sacrifice fly, Christian Yelich marked his return to the line-up with a two-run homer into Miller Park's third deck to give the Brewers a three-run cushion.
Davies cruised his way to the eighth inning, giving up only an RBI single to Tomas Nido in the fifth inning and a solo home run to Juan Lagares in the seventh while striking out five.
Josh Hader struck out the side in the top of ninth for his ninth save of the season. The Brewers welcome the Washington Nationals to Miller Park beginning tonight at 6:40 p.m.
For one day, Algoma's traditional black and yellow will be joined by a shade of green.
The 11-team Algoma Invitational is also being unofficially called the No One Fights Alone Meet. It pays tribute to Algoma's throwers coach Dean Blahnik, who in addition to helping teach future state champions the art of tossing a shot put or discus has been fighting cancer.
In tribute of their coach, Algoma athletes will don bright green socks and invite others to wear their "No One Fights Alone" t-shirts.
The meet, which also features athletes from Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, and Sevastopol, begins at 3 p.m.
The Luxemburg-Casco golf team begins a busy week of action Monday.
The Spartans have a rain date scheduled against its conference foes at Twin Oaks Golf Course beginning at 11 a.m.
On Tuesday they will split up for a pair of invitationals. At 9 a.m. the Spartans battle against 12 other teams from the Green Bay and upper Michigan areas while others will have to wait until 1 p.m. to head to Horseshoe Bay Golf Course to play a round against ten teams, including Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, and Gibraltar.
Sevastopol/Gibraltar is the local soccer team in action Monday as they kick off the week with a non-conference match against Roncalli.
The Vikineers are coming off a 3-1 defeat to local rivals Sturgeon Bay in the Door County Derby last Thursday. The Jets are still looking for their first win on the season as it crosses the halfway point.
Monday's game will be played at Sevastopol beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Doubleheaders make up the bulk of the baseball and softball action in Door and Kewaunee Counties Monday afternoon.
Beginning at 4 p.m., Kewaunee starts its twin bill at NEW Lutheran in Green Bay, Gibraltar plays two at Southern Door, and Sevastopol hosts Sturgeon Bay for its doubleheader. Other local baseball action includes Luxemburg-Casco hosting Little Chute at 4:30 p.m. and Algoma playing at home against Peshtigo beginning at 5 p.m.
The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans gets an early start on its Monday doubleheader, playing at home against Clintonville beginning at 2 p.m. A couple hours later Kewaunee plays two against NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol hosts its twin bill against Sturgeon Bay, and Gibraltar battles Southern Door in its doubleheader. Algoma is the odd team out of the doubleheader, playing just one game at home against Peshtigo at 5 p.m.
We would like to start off by thanking all drivers, crews and fans, for coming out and bearing the cold with us at our Season Opener presented by Coca-Cola. A special thank you goes out to the track crew for busting tail to get the track to the best possible condition they could with the amount of rain we had threw the week, great job guys.
Our Season opener presented by Coca-Cola started off with the IMCA Sport Mods running the first feature of the night with Tailer Ness in the #3X and Sawyer Haese in the #95 leading the pack to the green. Haese took the lead right off the bat with Vince in the #6E moving from 3rd into the second spot. Haese was able to hang onto the lead in the 20 lap feature to take the checkered with Engebregtsen #6E taking second, Robert Wittkopf in the #10r in 3rd, Cody Schroeder in the #20 taking 4th, and rounding out the top 5 was Chris Budzban in the # X.
Next to take the track was the USDS Street Stocks with Marcus Moede in the #9M and Chad Naze in the # 46N bringing the pack to the green. Jeff Richards in the #10 comes up from 5th early to take the lead. Dave Degrave in the #40D came from 9th thru the pack to fight Richards for the lead position. Larry Richards in the #11R came roaring from the back of the pack and battled with Paul Ambrosius in the #8 for the 3rd spot. In the end, Jeff was able to hold onto the lead with Degrave, Larry Richards, and Ambrosius rounding out the top 5.
IMCA Stock cars make the 3rd feature as Mike Mullen #99 and Mike Coel #88 lead the pack to the green. Coel quickly takes the lead with Brett Wenzel #0 moving from 5th into 2nd. Coel was able to hang onto the lead taking the checkered with Bret Wenzel #0, Luke Lemmens #007, Paul Diefenthaler #35, and Derek Moede #99KK rounding out the top 5.
IMCA Mods make the 4th feature with Brandon Long #28 and Josh Long #8 bringing the pack to the green. Konner Wilinski #6 takes and an early lead with Wyatt Block #2JR close behind. Lucas Lambries #0 moves his way up to take over the and is able to hold onto it to take the checkered. He was followed by Wyatt taking second, Greg Gretz #24 taking 3rd, Shawn Kilgore taking 4th, and Kelsey Hayes #09 rounding out the top 5.
The Mighty 4’s makes the 5th and final feature of the night with Brian Watzka #17 and Molly Stephany #27 ½ bring the Mighty 4’s to the green. TJ Everard #88 takes and early lead as he battles with Watzka. Brian Johnson #77 come from 6th to take the lead from on the 8th lap. Johnson and Watzka battle it out for the lead position, but at the end it was Johnson who took the checkered with Watzka coming in second, Calvin Stueck #5 taking 3rd, TJ Everard #88 taking 4th, and Tony Everard #8 rounding out the top 5.
Congrats to all the winners of the Luxemburg Speedway Season Opener Presented by Coca-Cola.
IMCA Sport Mods Heat 1
1.Cole Mangin #66 2. Taylor Ness #3X 3. Chris Budzban #X 4. Teagan Wurshrack #21 5. Robert Wittkoph
IMCA Sport Mod Heat 2
1.Vince Engebregtsen #6E 2. Trevor Maurer #56
3. Kenny Richards #9R 4. Tony Degrave #41 5. Sawyer Haese #95
IMCA Sport Mod Feature
1.Sawyer Haese #95 2. Vince Engebregtsen #6E 3. Robert Wittkopf #10R 4. Cody Schroeder #20 5. Chris Budzban #X
USDS Street Stock Heat 1
1.Larry Richards #11R 2. Jeff Richards #10 3. Nick Wunrow #5W
4. Paul Ambrosius #8 5. Tony Fletcher #27F
USDS Street Stock Heat 2
1.Dave Degrave #40D 2. Marcus Moede #9 3. Chad Naze #46N 4. Travis Zerbel #18 5.Kyle Caswell #C42
USDS Street Stock Feature
1.Jeff Richards #10 2. Dave Degrave #40D 3. Larry Richards #11R 4. Paul Ambrosius #8 5. Chad Naze #46
IMCA Stock Car Heat 1
1.Paul Diefenthaler #35 2. Mike Mullen #99 3. Zach Spangenberg 4. Tom Brumlic #40B 5. John Adams #911
IMCA Stock Car Heat 2
1.Brett Wenzel #0 2. Luke Lemmens #007 3. Mike Coal #88 4. John Heinz #57 5. Derek Moede #99KK
IMCA Stock Car Feature
1. Mike Coel #88 2. Brett Wenzel #0 3. Luke Lemmens #007 4. Paul Diefenthaler #35 5. Derek Moede #99KK
IMCA Mods Heat 1
1.Josh Long #88 2. Greg Gretz #24 3. Brain Mullen #72 4. Brad Theys #20 5. Jeff Bodendorfer #95B
IMCA Mods Heat 2
1.Brandon Long #28 2. Jay Mathias #8 3. Todd Dart #3 4. Konnor Willinski #65. Jeremey Jacobs #90
IMCA Mods Heat 3
1.James Tebon #21T 2. Lucas Lambries #0L 3. Kelsey Hayes #09H 4. Wyatt Block #2JR5. Shawn Kilgore #90K
IMCA Mod Feature
1.Lucas Lambries #0L 2. Wyatt Block #2JR 3. Greg Gretz #24 4. Shawn Kilgore #90K 5. Kelsey Hayes #09H
Mighty 4 Heat 1
1.Calvin Stueck #5 2. Clint Malueg #22M 3. Brain Watzka #17 4. Justin Fickel #47 5. Molly Stephany #27 ½
Mighty 4 Heat 2
1.TJ Everard #88 2. Tony Everard #8 3. Brian Johnson #77 4. Nick Everard #18 5. Nathan Lisowe #4L
Mighty 4 Feature
1.Brian Johnson #77 2. Brian Watzka #17 3. Calvin Stueck #5 4. TJ Everard #88 5. Tony Everard #8
The longest game in Miller Park history included three sausage races and a walk-off victory for the Brewers. After 18 innings, the Brewers beat the Mets 4-3 on a two-run single by Ryan Braun.
The Mets were down 2-1 going to the ninth inning when Pete Alonso tied the game with a home run. The two teams then played 8 scoreless extra innings. In the top of the 18th, the Mets got on the board with a two-out RBI single by Jeff McNeil. The Brewers came up to bat and Mets pitcher Chris Flexen walked the bases loaded before Braun's heroic hit.
The two teams get a short break before playing the series finale on Sunday at 1:10 PM. Zach Davies will pitch for the Brewers against Jason Vargas.
Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco softball both competed at the Poynette Jamboree at Poynette High School on Saturday. Also, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma faced off in a Packerland Conference Matchup.
Southern Door won a pair at Poynette. First they knocked off Gale-Ettrick-Trempeleau 10-1. Lexi Weri got the win and hit a three-run homer. In the second game, the Eagles defeated Northwestern 4-2 as Wery and Grace LeGrave combined to throw a four-hitter.
Luxemburg-Casco was not as successful in Poynette as they lost both their games on Saturday. The Spartans fell to Portage 6-5 and Whitnall 11-3.
Algoma had no trouble on their home field knocking off Sturgeon Bay 16-4. Missy Srnka drove in five runs for the Wolves. Maddie Prokash picked up the victory on the mound. Katie Frank hit a grand slam for Sturgeon Bay.
Sturgeon Bay was able to score some runs in their two games at Chilton on Saturday but they allowed big numbers in the first inning they couldn't overcome. In game one the Clippers faced off with Chilton who scored four runs in the first inning and 9 in the first three innings. Sturgeon Bay ended up falling 10-3.
In game two, Sturgeon Bay played Hilbert/Stockbridge. Again their opponent put up a big number in the first inning with 6 runs. The Clippers would make it close in the end thanks to a 3-4 day from Trent Ehlers. He had 2 doubles and 2 RBIs. Isaac Berkley also chipped in with a double. The final score was 10-6.
Sturgeon Bay will play another two games on Monday when they travel to Sevastopol for a doubleheader. Game one is scheduled for 4 PM.
The Gibraltar baseball team did not have a game on Saturday but that doesn't mean they took the day off. Saturday was the Youth Baseball Camp at Gibraltar High School where the current varsity players were the instructors. This gave them an opportunity to be leaders after they all participated in the youth camp before high school. Head baseball coach Jay Kita is in his 17th season and this is the 14th year he has run the Youth Baseball Camp. Kita says it has grown tremendously since the very first one.
Kita also talked about what he has liked about his team so far this season and the players that have really stood out.
Kita added he thinks his team will play even better once the weather warms up more. Gibraltar heads to Southern Door for a doubleheader on Monday with game one scheduled to begin at 4 PM.
The Brewers picked up a 3-1 win over the Mets at Miller Park on Friday. Ryan Braun's two-run home run in the 5th inning gave Milwaukee all the runs they would need. Lorenzo Cain also led off the game with a home run. Brandon Woodruff started on the mound and allowed one run in the first and that was all in five innings. Josh Hader threw the final two innings striking out 5 to get the save.
The two teams will be back at it on Saturday at Miller Park at 6:10 PM.
Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to a 123-116 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on the road in Boston. Milwaukee now has a 2-1 series lead. The Greek Freak put up 32 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists. George Hill came off the bench with 21 points. The Bucks will try to take a commanding 3-1 series lead on Monday at 6 PM in Boston.
Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar, Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay's track and field teams were in Two Rivers on Friday for a meet.
For the boys, L-C came in second behind Little Chute with 111.5 team points. Kewaunee was third with 102. Sturgeon Bay placed 6th out of 9 teams with 72 points. Gibraltar got 5 team points.
For the girls, Luxemburg-Casco finished in third behind Little Chute and Two Rivers with 106.5 points. Sturgeon Bay was 5th with 77 points. Kewaunee ended up with 70 points which was good for 6th place. Gibraltar picked up 33 points.
Algoma faced off against Gibraltar in both baseball and softball on Friday. The final score was the same in both games but the winners were different. Here are all the results from area teams on Friday.
Sturgeon Bay hosted a non-conference game against Two Rivers. The Clippers fell 7-4.
Algoma knocked off Gibraltar 10-0 in Fish Creek.
Kewaunee got a thrilling extra-inning conference home win against Oconto 6-5. Elizabeth Rohrs hit a two-out, RBI single in the eighth inning to lead the Storm to the win.
Luxemburg-Casco knocked off Waupun 4-3 in a tournament at Poynette High School. McKenzie Hanson hit a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead the Spartans over the Warriors.
The highlight of Friday's baseball action among area teams was a no-hitter. Here are all reported results.
Sevastopol dropped two games to Peshtigo. The two teams finished up a suspended game from April 8th which Peshtigo won 7-6. The Bulldogs won in the 7th inning with an RBI single by Jake Gordon. The Pioneers then dropped the originally scheduled game 6-1.
Eric Hoyerman led Gibraltar past Algoma by pitching a no-hitter in 6 innings. The only two baserunners to reach was by a walk and on an error by Hoyerman himself. The Vikings won 10-0 in six innings.
The Green Bay Packers signed 11 rookie free agents. The signings were announced Friday by General Manager Brian Gutekunst.
UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:
No Name Pos Ht Wt College HS Hometown
10 Curtis Bolton LB 6-0 228 Oklahoma Murrieta, Calif.
84 Matthew Eaton WR 6-4 209 Iowa State Pascagoula, Miss.
48 Kabion Ento CB 6-1 187 Colorado Pine Bluff, Ark.
47 Javien Hamilton CB 5-10 184 Ole Miss Bay Springs, Miss.
86 Davis Koppenhaver TE 6-4 245 Duke Santa Clarita, Calif.
73 Yosh Nijman T 6-7 314 Virginia Tech Maplewood, N.J.
56 Randy Ramsey LB 6-3 238 Arkansas Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
57 Greg Roberts LB 6-5 258 Baylor Nacogdoches, Texas
41 Nydair Rouse CB 5-11 188 West Chester Philadelphia, Pa.
18 Manny Wilkins QB 6-2 193 Arizona State Novato, Calif.
67 Larry Williams G 6-4 322 Oklahoma State Wilmington, N.C.
Bolton, 23, played in 34 games over four years for the Sooners with 14 starts, all coming during his final season. As a senior, he was selected honorable mention All-Big 12 by the league’s coaches after ranking second on the team, third in the conference and No. 22 nationally with 9.9 tackles per game. Bolton set career highs last season in tackles (139), solo tackles (70), tackles for a loss (13), sacks (4.5) and fumble recoveries (two).
Eaton, 23, played at Temple (2014-15), Pearl River Community College (2016) and Iowa State (2017-18). Over his final two collegiate seasons, he saw action in 26 games with 13 starts (all in 2018) and hauled in 48 receptions for 512 yards (10.7 avg.) and six touchdowns. Eaton participated in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, a postseason all-star game for any draft-eligible college football players.
Ento (kay-be-on N-toe), 23, spent two years at East Central (Miss.) Community College before spending three years at Colorado. He played in 25 games with two starts during two seasons (2016, 2018) as a wide receiver for the Buffaloes, recording 20 receptions for 335 yards (16.8 avg.) and two touchdowns. He redshirted in 2017 and was awarded the Fred Casotti Award for most improved offensive back during spring practices by the coaches.
(JAY-vee-in) Hamilton, 22, played two seasons at Ole Miss after spending two years at Jones County Junior College (Miss.). At Ole Miss, he played in 24 games with eight starts and registered 38 tackles (27 solo), 10 passes defensed, three interceptions and a tackle for a loss. He also returned one kickoff for 32 yards and three punts for 26 yards (8.7 avg.).
Koppenhaver (CO-pen-hay-ver), 23, saw action in 41 games with one start for Duke and totaled 49 receptions for 431 yards (8.8 avg.) and 12 touchdowns. He registered multiple touchdown receptions in each of his final three seasons, including a career-best seven TDs as a senior. Koppenhaver was a part of Blue Devil teams that made it to a bowl game in four of the five years he was with the program.
Nijman (first name rhymes with Josh, NYJ-man), 23, played in 45 games over four seasons at Virginia Tech. After starting 22 games at left tackle in 2016-17, he started all 10 games he played in last season at right tackle. Nijman helped the Hokies make it to a bowl game in all four years he played and record a winning record in three seasons.
Ramsey, 23, started 26 of the 40 games he played in during his four seasons for Arkansas, posting 106 tackles (55 solo), 8.5 sacks, 19.5 tackles for a loss, five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He also registered 16 QB hurries, setting career highs with six in both of his last two seasons. Ramsey saw action as a linebacker and as a defensive lineman during his collegiate career.
Roberts, 23, saw action in 42 games with 26 starts for the Bears, recording 81 tackles (53 solo), 15.5 tackles for a loss, three sacks, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two blocked field goals. As a senior, he earned All-Big 12 honorable mention after registering 33 tackles (22 solo), a team-high eight tackles for a loss, three sacks, a QB hurry and two passes defensed. His father, Greg Sr., is a former NFL player and 1978 Outland Trophy winner.
(Ny-DARE) Rouse, 23, played in the defensive secondary his first three years at West Chester before moving to linebacker for his final season. As a senior, he helped WCU go undefeated for the first time since 1967 and earn Eastern College Athletic Conference Team of the Year honors. For his career, Rouse saw action in 45 games and recorded 78 tackles (61 solo), eight interceptions, 21 passes defensed, 9.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks and three forced fumbles.
Wilkins, 23, played in 40 games and was the starting quarterback for his final three seasons. He completed 704 of 1,114 pass attempts (63.2 pct.) for 8,624 yards, 52 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. Wilkins finished his career with the fifth-most passing yards in school history, the fourth-most completions and sixth-most touchdown passes. He also ran the ball 385 times for 1,035 yards (2.7 avg.) and 20 TDs.
Williams, 24, started his collegiate career at East Carolina (2013-14) before transferring to Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College (2015) and then Oklahoma State (2016-18). After injuries cut his first two seasons as a Cowboy short, he started every game in 2018 (two at left guard and 11 at right guard). Williams was part of an offense that ranked in the top 15 nationally in scoring offense, total offense, passing offense and first downs.
Sturgeon Bay came back to win the second game of a doubleheader Thursday afternoon in Packerland baseball action while Luxemburg-Casco struggled to get the bats in action in a Northeastern Conference matchup.
Baseball action Friday includes Gibraltar hosting Algoma, Kewaunee traveling to Oconto, and Sevastopol playing at Peshtigo.
The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Colorado Rockies 11-6 on Thursday. Freddy Peralta was recalled to Milwaukee to make the start. He had a rough time on the mound giving up six earned runs in four innings pitched. It was the first inning that gave Peralta trouble again.
The bats for the Brewers came alive throughout the game. Ryan Braun launched a solo shot in the fourth inning. He had two hits on the afternoon and drove in two runs. Mike Moustakas and Ben Gamel also both had two hits. The first inning deficit was just too much to fight back from.
The Brewers will now look to bounce back this weekend series against the Mets. They will kick it off Friday night as Brandon Woodruff will take the bump for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10.
Sturgeon Bay scored 31 runs in two games and Algoma scored 10 in theirs to collect victories in Packerland softball action Thursday.
Runs came fast and furious for the Sturgeon Bay softball team as they swept a doubleheader from NEW Lutheran by scores of 15-4 and 16-1.
Maddie Prokash didn't allow a single run against Sevastopol, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Algoma Wolves Varsity to a 10-0 victory on Thursday.
Luxemburg-Casco could not come back from a two-run first inning deficit en route to a 5-1 loss to Denmark.
You can find full recaps online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.
Friday's games include Sevastopol traveling to Peshtigo, Gibraltar hosting Algoma, and Kewaunee heading on the road to face Oconto.
Sturgeon Bay defeating their county rivals highlights Thursday's slate of results.
Anna Fischer tallied two of Sturgeon Bay's three goals to give the Clippers the 3-1 victory over Sevastopol/Gibraltar for the Door County Derby title.
The Kewaunee Storm could not hold onto an early 1-0 lead in its 4-2 loss to NEW Lutheran
Hannah Judkins scored a game tying goal in the closing seconds of the game to lead Luxemburg-Casco to a 1-1 tie against Denmark.
You can find full recaps to select games online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com
The Kewaunee boys' track team came up just short of capturing the Peshtigo Invitational title in a busy night for half of the area's squads.
The Storm came up just a half point shy of winning the title over Marinette, led by individual title by long jumper Alex Hewett and shot put thrower Tanor Bortolini.
South of Peshtigo in Seymour, Sevastopol and Algoma also turned in impressive performances. Bobbi Blahnik (shot put), Max Schoening (discus), and Jenny Farley (pole vault) won their respective events.
You can find full recaps online at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com
Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay head to Two Rivers this afternoon for a 10-team invitational.
Green Bay Packers fans and shareholders making their summer plans can mark their calendars now: the 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held Wednesday, July 24, at 11 a.m. at Lambeau Field, followed the next day by the first practice of 2019 Packers Training Camp, presented by Bellin Health, on July 25.
Kicking off the first day of training camp, the Packers Experience will return for another year, with three days of free special activities, live entertainment, alumni Q&A sessions and football fun for fans of all ages from July 25 through July 27. The festivities will take place in the Lambeau Field parking lots.
The full training camp schedule will be announced as soon as dates are finalized.
The Shareholders Meeting will take place rain or shine.
The formal notice of the Annual Meeting, including proxy materials, will be sent in mid-June. The organization again is recommending that shareholders receive their materials via email and subsequently vote online, as it is the most sustainable and resource-friendly method. Shareholders can register for this process online at www.packersowner.com.
Shareholders planning on attending the meeting will be issued four tickets for each shareholder account, including accounts that have a joint or custodial registration. Shareholders receiving meeting materials electronically will be able to access print-at-home tickets upon voting their shares. Shareholders who receive their meeting information via standard mail will receive printed tickets in that same mailing.
Information about the Annual Meeting, which will be updated as the date approaches, also can be found online at www.packers.com/community/shareholders or www.packersowner.com.
The Packers also are asking shareholders who have not received any communications from the organization in the last 12 months to contact Shareholder Services to update their address, including street and email addresses. Shareholder Services can be reached via phone at 855-8GO-PACK (855-846-7225) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is also online at www.packersowner.com.
The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Colorado Rockies 11-4 on Wednesday night. Chase Anderson was expected to start but was scratched before the game with a blister. So it turned into a bullpen game for Milwaukee as they had to eat up innings.
Corbin Burnes would end up picking up the loss as he came in and allowed three earned runs in two innings. It was his first appearance since being recalled from triple-A. Mike Moustakas stayed hot at the plate by hitting a two-run bomb in the bottom of the first. The Brewers were just never able to get back into the game.
The two teams will now run it back for game four on Thursday. Freddy Peralta will be recalled from triple-A to take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:10 from Miller Park.
Weather earlier this season is forcing a few games to be played in Packerland Conference action Thursday.
Sevastopol and Algoma will make up its April 25th matchup at Baileys Harbor Town Park at 5 p.m. while Kewaunee travels to Peshtigo to squeeze in their game canceled on March 30th at the same time.
Sturgeon Bay will host a doubleheader against NEW Lutheran (4 p.m) and Luxemburg-Casco plays at home against Denmark in a single game (4:30 p.m.) to round out Thursday's schedule
Area soccer fields will be busy as teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties all have games this afternoon.
In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Denmark for a 4:30 p.m. start.
Also kicking off at 4:30 p.m., Kewaunee will host NEW Lutheran while Sevastopol/Gibraltar travels to face Sturgeon Bay in Packerland Conference competition.
Sturgeon Bay will complete one game and start another one in baseball action on the Door peninsula Thursday.
The Clippers were losing to NEW Lutheran 3-2 almost a month ago in the third inning when rain forced its postponement. That game starts up again at 4 p.m. and will be completed before the Clippers and the Blazers play a second game.
Other area games this afternoon include Luxemburg-Casco heading to Denmark and Southern Door traveling to Mishicot for 4:30 starts.
Kewaunee, Algoma, and Sevastopol will go far and wide to compete in a pair of track invitationals this afternoon.
The Storm head north to Peshtigo to participate in the school's 41st invitational. Thirteen schools representing Wisconsin and Michigan will also compete in the meet, which begins at 3:30 p.m.
The Wolves and Pioneers head to Seymour for its invite this afternoon also beginning at 3:30 p.m. That meet will feature 13 other teams covering multiple divisions of competition.
The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 on Tuesday night. It was the smallest attended game yet this year with the Bucks having a home playoff game the same night. Jhoulys Chacin started on the mound for the Brewers. He went a strong six innings without surrendering a single earned run to the Rockies lineup.
Jesus Aguilar kept up his hot start to this week with another bomb. It was a three-run shot in the seventh inning to give Milwaukee a little wiggle room closing the game out. Josh Hader came in to pick up the save even though he gave up a homer in the inning.
The Brewers now sit at 17-14 early on in the season. The two teams will now run it back for game three of the four-game series on Wednesday night. Chase Anderson is scheduled to start for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:40 from Miller Park.
The Milwaukee Bucks played host to the Boston Celtics in game two and won 123-102. Fiserv Forum was rocking the entire night as the home crowd got behind their team. From the opening quarter, the Bucks set the tone that they weren’t going to lose.
Giannis led the way for the Milwaukee with 29 points on the night to go along with ten rebounds. He played bully ball in the paint throughout. Before the game, he said his brother called him out for his poor play in game one. Giannis came out with a different mentality game two.
Khris Middleton had an incredible night shooting the ball. He hit 7/10 shots from three-point land as he was unconscious from that distance. Eric Bledsoe also chipped in 21 of his own and played stellar lockdown defense on Kyrie Irving.
The two teams will now run it back for game three on Friday. The series is even at a game apiece. The Bucks will travel out to Boston trying to steal one on the road. Tip-off will be at 7 o’clock from TD Garden.
Kewaunee soccer kept it close in the first half on the road against Fox Valley Lutheran. The Storm only trailed 1-0 at the half but the Foxes picked up three second-half goals to defeat Kewaunee 4-0.
The Storm will try to get back on track they host conference opponent Green Bay NEW Lutheran on Thursday at 4:30 PM.
Only Kewaunee was off among area softball teams on Tuesday which included a thrilling slugfest at Sevastopol.
Sturgeon Bay lost a conference home game to Oconto 13-6. Sarah Bridenhagen picked up 2 RBI's for the Clippers in defeat.
Southern Door got a Packerland Conference road victory against Algoma. The final score was 4-0 as Lexi Wery pitched a shutout for the Eagles.
Gibraltar won a slugfest at Sevastopol 12-10. Lauren Junion went 3-4 with a double and 3 RBIs for the Pioneers in the loss.
Luxemburg-Casco knocked off Freedom on the road 11-0 in five innings. Sierra Shefchik went 3-for-3 with a double three RBIs. Ally Dart threw all five innings for the shutout.
All seven Door and Kewaunee County baseball teams battled cold weather conditions in games on Tuesday.
Sturgeon Bay defeated Oconto 8-3 at home. Trent Ehlers pitched five strong innings and Max Bordeau drove in four.
Southern Door went to Algoma and got a 15-2 victory. Derik LeCaptain hit a home run for the Eagles.
Kewaunee won a non-conference game at Reedsville. The final score was 10-0.
Gibraltar played and Sevastopol and came away with a 7-4 win. Trevor Reinhardt struck out 9 batters for the Vikings while Brent Haberli went 4-for-4 at the plate for the Pioneers.
Luxemburg-Casco fell at home to Denmark 7-5. Anthony Otradovec and Blake Yagidinski each had two hits in defeat.
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