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Luxemburg-Casco football meeting on Sunday

Luxemburg-Casco football players and their parents will learn about the parent/player code of conduct on Sunday. This is for players in 9th through 12th grades. The mandatory meeting will begin at 6 PM in the high school auditorium which was moved from its original location in the cafeteria due to construction. Pads will be handed out on Monday and the first practices begin on Tuesday.

Thursday is final day to sign up for Gibraltar cross country

Time is running out if you are interested in running for cross country for Gibraltar this school year. The deadline to sign up is on Thursday. Those interested in running for Gibraltar can sign up by clicking on the link in the Facebook post below. Gibraltar's first cross country meet will be on August 29th at home.

Brewers lose late to A's

The late-inning magic continued for the Milwaukee Brewers but they ultimately lost to the Oakland Athletics Tuesday night 3-2.


After Yasmani Grandal tied the game at one in the eighth inning on a single, former Brewers prospect Kris Davis got the lead right back with a home run to make it a 2-1 game. Eric Thames tied it up again in the top of the ninth inning with his 15th home run of the season. It was the third time in four games the Brewers were able to tie or take the lead in the eighth inning or later. After the Brewers kept the game tied heading into extras, Matt Olson made sure the home Oakland fans left happy with a walk-off home run against Brewers closer Josh Hader.


The two teams meet again tonight in Oakland for a 9:07 p.m. start.

High school athletes prepare for upcoming season

Some local high school athletes will officially head back to practice next week as the fall sports season kicks off.


Football teams have had workouts this summer, but can begin picking up their equipment on August 5th with the first official practice scheduled for August 6th. This will give teams a few weeks to get acclimated before games begin August 23rd.


Other teams getting an earlier start to the year include girls' golf on August 12th and girls' tennis on August 13th. All other fall sports begin on August 19th. 


Students and their parents need to check with their school's individual requirements before they can begin practicing, which include getting their physical and attending a co-curricular code meeting.

Casco Lions host slow pitch tournament

You have a couple weeks to dust off your gloves in time for the Casco Lions old timers slow pitch softball tournament next month.


The 38th edition of the tournament begins with a slate of games on Friday before finishing up on Sunday with the championship games.  Players of any age can participate in the tournament, but teams must register with the Casco Lions Club.


Picture courtesy of the Casco Lions Facebook page



CJ's Bar and Grill holds top two volleyball league spots

One Sturgeon Bay restaurant boasts two teams atop the leader board in the Thursday night co-ed volleyball league. 


CJ's Bar and Grill 1 has a two-game lead over the restaurant's second team, which is also tied with Tippy Canoe Bar and Grill 2. Waterfront Mary's 2 and Rouer's Bar 2 round out the top 5 teams and the squads with at least twenty wins on the season. You can find the full standings below.


Kramer captures $10,000 K/D Salmon Tournament prize

Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament officials met Monday night to name its top fish and set the dates for future events.


The Kewaunee/Door County Salmon Tournament committee met in Sturgeon Bay Monday night to hash out the 2019 tournament and plan ahead for 2020, and beyond.

Dates for 2020 and 2021 were set, and the vote was near-unanimous to stick with the Friday start. The dates are July 17-25, 2020, and a week later in 2021, July 23-31. There was also discussion about expanding the contest for the 40th anniversary in 2022, but nothing yet set.

We need to connect with the winners of the 9.9 Yamaha from Shipyard Island Marina and the DJI drone package from K/D before announcing those, but the rest of the 2019 Tournament is a wrap!

As expected (due to Kewaunee's high water closing the public marina and spotty salmon catches this summer off all ports), ticket sales were down slightly from last year. Final numbers won't be official until we locate a misplaced book from one of the ticket outlets.

Earlier this year coordinators agreed to increase the payouts near the top. Even with reduced sales and higher expenses this year, the committee still paid down 100 places. The payouts ranged from $10,000 cash, a mount from Twin Rivers Taxidermy and a silver salmon ring from for first to a $100 West Marine gift certificate for 100th. Including the cash, port prizes, early bird prizes, 9.9 kicker, Fishin' Magician and Kinn's charters, $500 Nicolet Bank anniversary bonus cash, West Marine gift card, and tackle and shopping sprees from Howie's Tackle and Accurate Marine & Tackle, more than $50,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded.

The first place salmon, Josh Kramer's 36.70-pounder caught off Baileys Harbor, was the biggest in 20 years and the fourth heaviest winner in the K/D's 37-year history, trailing only three 1990s giants. There were 13 30-pound-plus fish officially registered this year, and six others either with no tickets or not enough tickets for all the anglers on the boat.

It was the fifth straight year of a 30-pound-plus winner — second only to a string of 11 in a row from 1989-1999 — and seventh since 2011.

Nearly 500 chinooks larger than 20 pounds were registered, including 148 that topped 25 pounds! A year ago, 51st place was 25.04 lbs. This year, 25.04 was 144th place and out of the money. A fish that size, 25 pounds, is bigger than K/D winners in 2007 (24.96) and 2008 (23.82).

Next up is a small tournament in Algoma, Aug. 7-11, a multi-species contest with adult and youth categories, shore and boat. Tickets for that one will go on sale this weekend. Check out for updates later this week.

K/D Salmon Tournament 2019 Payout

1st Place
Josh Kramer, 36.70 lbs.
$10,000, mount and salmon ring

2nd Place
Gary Welch, 34.27
$6,000 & Howie’s Tackle Okuma combo prize package

3rd Place
Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59
$4K & Accurate Marine & Tackle $200 shopping spree

4th Place
William Kidd, 32.88

5th Place
Jeren Ostrowski, 32.06

6th Place
David Zazeski, 32.00

7th-13th — more “30-plus”
7. Wesley Hansen, 31.98, $950
8. Austin Novak, 31.51, $900
9. Austin Alberts, 31.11, $850 
10. Mike Eder, 30.62, $800
11. Mike Cornell, 30.61, $750
12. Zach Mendyke, 30.33, $700
13. Alex Nemetz, 30.08, $650

14th-22nd Places
14. Rod Dain, 29.89, $600
15. Cody Krueger, 29.83, $500
16. Brian Tomes, 29.52, $400
17. Andy Kress, 29.40, $300
18. Kenneth Schultz, 29.22, $200
19. Chris Naze, 28.98, $150
20. Adam Salmon, 28.91, $125
21. Mark Baumann, 28.75, $100
22. David Zazeski, 28.75, $100

23rd-30th Places, $50 cash
DuWayne Rauen, 28.71
Caleb Cornell, 28.67 
Steve Ravet, 28.62 
Nick L’Huillier, 28.53 
Troy Combs, 28.51 
John Bohmann, 28.48
Dave Meier, 28.39
Linda Jezierski, 28.26

31st-99th Places, $30 cash

Austin Lipsey, 28.23 
Jon Ohnesorge, 28.22 
Jeff Stepanck, 28.20 
Ben Geiger, 28.19 
Jonson Kraus, 28.03 
Todd Brauer, 28.01

Joel Goham, 27.90
*$500 Nicolet Bank 
37th anniversary cash*

Cam Isaacson, 27.62
Michael Englund, 27.60

Rob Joniaux, 27.58
Russell Hill, 27.55
Nate Thoreson, 27.52
Jennifer Jadin, 27.50
Bryan Sheets, 27.50
Kevin Prien, 27.46
Dan Jambor, 27.45
Eric Schferl, 27.45
Thomas Neely, 27.45
James Blum, 27.44

Jordann Isenhart, 27.36
Rick Holden, 27.35
Jaxin Lindgren, 27.35
Kyle Schuettpelz, 27.34
Riley Thill, 27.33
Dan Paye, 27.31
Cruz Anschutz, 27.22
Gene Muse, 27.21
Dwayne Mullins, 27.14
Louie Renteria, 27.03

Terri Delarwelle, 27.03
Robin Johnston, 26.97
Randy Luek, 26.96
Harry Saxton, 26.94
Darren Collin, 26.89
Brent Edundson, 26.87
Paul Vandermazen, 26.82
Jay Gorton, 26.80

Joe Verihe, 26.79 
+ *Late summer/fall 2019
Fishin’ Magicians charter*

Jason Fryar, 26.75

Lawrence Brostowitz, 26.71
Ross Wagner, 26.71
Dwayne Mullins, 26.67
Beth Dreas, 26.64
Caleb Cornell, 26.61
Ed Hocking, 29.60
Ryan Gunderson, 26.49
Mike Nielson, 26.48
Heather Last, 26.44
John Wanner, 26.42

Matt Detampel, 26.29
Steve Ravet, 26.24
Brian Hughes, 26.21
Eric Blom, 26.14
Cole Schley, 26.11

Alex Anderson, 26.10
+ *Kinn’s Sport Fishing
spring ’20 coho charter*

Chad Loritz, 26.08
Nate Jensen, 26.08
Doug Gronski, 26.06
Guy Kramer, 26.03

Jeremy Ostrowski, 26.02
Dale Hallam, 25.98
Brent Edmundson, 25.97
Jason Kais, 25.97
Scott Lindgren, 25.96
Nate Gilliam, 25.93
Josh Johnson, 25.93
Lorin Vreeland, 25.90
Mark Stoeger, 25.90
Bill Balwinski, 25.88

100th Place
Dick Dorow, 25.88
*West Marine $100 gift card*

Algoma Boosters look for volunteers

The Algoma Athletic Booster Club could use some extra hands to help serve fans at upcoming games this season.

The club is asking families with student-athletes to sign up for at least two time slots during the course of the fall season. Community members and extended family are invited to help support by signing up to work the concession stand at upcoming football, soccer, and volleyball games.
You can find sign up information below:



Luxemburg-Casco Soccer 3 v 3 Tournament crowns 11 champions

It was a busy Saturday at the Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Complex Saturday as dozens of teams competed in the program's annual 3 v 3 Tournament.


In the 8U coed division, GBL United swept their way through the field including a 5-1 win over the Lightning in its final game.


In the 10U coed division the EC Ghosts trounced their opponents on their way to an undefeated record, scoring more than 5 goals in all of its contests.


The Howards Grove Tigers scored 27 goals enroute to 12U coed division championship, outscoring second place DC Wave U12 by nine tallies.


4 United Girls scored 40 goals in four games to win the 12U girls championship.


Synergy Sports Performance scored 38 goals to capture the 14U coed crown.


The Misfits paced the 14U girls field as they outscored Fire Sky 28-21 across three matches.


The RSC Boys topped the DC Wave 7-2 in the championship game in the U-16 division.


Nines were wild for TSOD as they scored 27 goals in three games to win the U-18 coed division.


SWAT had similar success in the high school division, scoring 36 goals in four games to win the championship.


Borussia Luxemburg topped NAF United 4-2 in the U30 championship while the Over 30 division was won by the Tenacious Turtles with 36 goals over four games.












DCL Recap: Bays drop heartbreaker

The Sister Bay Bays dropped their second game of the season Sunday in a 3-2 loss to third-place West Jacksonport Sunday afternoon. The game was tied 2-2 until the top of the 13th inning when the Ports finally pushed a run across.


More results from Door County League Baseball will be posted when they are available.

Brewers drop series finale to Cubs

It took a seven RBI day from Kyle Schwarber for the Chicago Cubs to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers in an 11-4 victory Sunday afternoon at Miller Park.


Scwarber hit a grand slam in the second inning and a three-run homer in the fourth inning to stake the rival Cubs to a seven-run lead. Both starting pitchers struggled to even get five innings as Zach Davies was chased after five innings and Jose Quintana left just before that. He was pulled after the Brewers cut the lead to 7-3 thanks to a Manny Pina single, a sacrifice fly by Lorenzo Cain, and a double by Christian Yelich. The Brewers gave the three runs right back after Victor Caratini homered with a pair on to make it a 10-3 margin. A double by Ryan Braun and a groundout by Wilson Contreas capped off the scoring for both teams.


The weekend series left the Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals tied for first place and the Brewers sitting just one game back. The Brewers will travel on their day off to Oakland to face the Athletics on Tuesday night.

Packers take a day off

The area around Lambeau Field will be eerily quiet on Monday as the Green Bay Packers will get the day off from practices.


After four straight days of practices, the Packers will return to Ray Nitschke Field on Tuesday for a string of three 10:15 a.m. workouts in a row. Players will get their first 2019 experience inside Lambeau Field on Friday when the Packers host their annual Family Night scrimmage beginning at 7 p.m.

K/D Salmon Tournament wraps up, Results to be made official Monday

Rough waters Saturday slowed the fishing action on Lake Michigan for the final day of the 37th annual Kewaunee-Door Salmon Tournament.  The nine-day tournament finished with 13 salmon of over 30 pounds taken in the tournament as of Saturday.  Here are the unofficial results as of 6 pm Saturday from a posting on K/D Salmon Tournament's Facebook account.  The K/D Salmon Tournament committee will meet on Monday to make to finalize the results and announce the winners.



K/D Top 50 
1. Josh Kramer, 36.70, 7/23 @ BH
2. Gary Welch, 34.27, 7/23 @ WI
3. Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59, 7/19 @ BH
4. William Kidd, 32.88, 7/19 @ WI
5. Jeren Ostrowski, 32.06, 7/22 @ BH
6. David Zazeski, 32.00, 7/22 @ BH
7. Wesley Hansen, 31.98, 7/21 @ BH
8. Austin Novak, 31.51, 7/21 @ WI
9. Austin Alberts, 31.11, 7/20 @ A
10. Mike Eder, 30.62, 7/24 @ K
11. Mike Cornell, 30.61, 7/20 @ WI
12. Zach Mendyke, 30.33, 7/22 @ SB
13. Alex Nemetz, 30.08, 7/21 @ BH
14. Rod Dain, 29.89, 7/22 @ A
15. Cody Krueger, 29.83, 7/23 @ BH
16. Brian Tomes, 29.52, 7/24 @ SB
17. Andy Kress, 29.40, 7/21 @ BH
18. Kenneth Schultz, 29.22, 7/23 @ K
19. Chris Naze, 28.98, 7/22 @ A
20. Adam Salmon, 28.91, 7/24 @ A
21. David Zazeski, 28.76, 7/25 @ BH
22. Mark Baumann, 28.75, 7/21 @ K
23. DuWayne Rauen, 28.71, 7/22 @ SB
24. Caleb Cornell, 28.67, 7/25 @ WI
25. Steve Ravet, 28.62, 7/19 @ WI

26. Nick L’Huillier, 28.53, @ WI
27. Troy Combs, 28.51, 7/22 @ SB
28. John Bohmann, 28.48, 7/25 @ BH
29. Dave Meier, 28.39, 7/22 @ BH
30. Linda Jezierski, 28.26, 7/24 @ BH
31. Austin Lipsty, 28.23, 7/21 @ SB
32. Jon Ohnesorge, 28.22, 7/19 @ BH 
33. Jeff Stepanck, 28.20, 7/23 @ BH
34. Ben Geiger, 28.19, 7/21 @ WI
35. Jonson Kraus, 28.03, 7/25 @ WI
36. Todd Brauer, 28.01, 7/21 @ SB
37. Joel Goham, 27.90, 7/24 @ WI
38. Cam Isaacson, 27.62, 7/22 @ BH
39. Michael Englund, 27.60, 7/22 @ A
40. Rob Joniaux, 27.58, 7/21 @ A
41. Russell Hill, 27.55, 7/22 @ BH
42. Nate Thoreson, 27.52, 7/23 @ SB
43. Jennifer Jadin, 27.50, 7/20 @ K
44. Bryan Sheets, 27.50, 7/25 @ SB
45. Kevin Prien, 27.46, 7/22 @ K
46. Dan Jambor, 27.45, 7/19 @ WI
47. Eric Schferl, 27.45, 7/23 @ A
48. Thomas Neely, 27.45, 7/25 @ SB
49. James Blum, 27.44, 7/24 @ SB
50. Jordan Isenhart, 27.36, 7/19 @ BH



(photo courtesy of K/D Salmon Tournament)

Brewers come back to top Cubs in extra innings

The Milwaukee Brewers came back for the second night in a row Saturday to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-3 in extra innings.  Keston Heura hit a two-run walk-off home run to cap off the dramatic comeback after Christian Yelich homered to tie the game at 3-3.   Freddy Peralta picked up the win in relief after giving up a home run in the top of the tenth to Albert Almaro.  The Brewers will look to sweep the Cubs in the three-game series Sunday with first pitch set for 1:10 pm at Miller Park.

K/D Salmon Tournament update: Heading into final day

A small craft advisory on Friday may have been the issue that kept anyone from catching any of the heaviest fish in the K/D Salmon Tournament so far. Saturday will be the final day of the tournament and anglers will looking to get in one big catch before more than $50,000 worth of prizes will be awarded. 

Gamel drives in winning runs for comeback win over Cubs

The Brewers had to come back late against the Cubs on Friday night and got a big victory over their division rival. With Milwaukee down 2-1 with two outs and the bases loaded in the eighth inning, Ben Gamel came up and knocked in two with a single to right field. Josh Hader held the Cubs down in the ninth to get save and give the Brewers a 3-2 win.


No runs were scored until the sixth inning when the Cubs' David Bote hit a two-run homer off of Brewers starter Gio Gonzalez.  Christian Yelich got an RBI single in the seventh to cut the lead to one.


The two teams will play again Saturday evening with a 6:10 first pitch.

Local drivers win big at Luxemburg Speedway

Drivers from Luxemburg and Brussels were winners on Friday night at Luxemburg Speedway. Rodney Dart from Luxemburg, Craig Dorner from Brussels and Dave DeGrave from Luxemburg all won races. Here are complete results from Friday night's races.


7/26/2019 at Luxemburg Speedway


Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21K-James Tebon, 04:21.638[2]; 2. 24G-Greg Gretz, 04:22.725[3]; 3. 0-Lucas Lamberies, 04:23.593[7]; 4. 28C-Joel Crowbridge, 04:25.229[1]; 5. 20-Cody Schroeder, 04:25.242[6]; 6. 56-Dustin Kroening, 04:27.004[5]; 7. 11Z-Josh Zdroik, 04:28.149[4]


Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20T-Brad Theys, 03:57.030[2]; 2. 54L-Benji LaCrosse, 03:57.937[6]; 3. 88L-Josh Long, 03:59.916[3]; 4. 25R-Russ Reinwald, 04:01.459[5]; 5. 5L-Josh Lambert, 04:01.945[1]; 6. 333C-Rob Charapata, 04:03.120[4]; 7. 0P-Hunter Parsons, 04:04.478[7]


Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 90K-Shawn Kilgore, 09:52.594[3]; 2. 09H-Kelsy Hayes, 09:56.384[2]; 3. 96-Mark Schuenemann, 02:15.324[5]; 4. 95B-Jeff Bodendorfer, 10:00.529[1]; 5. 42S-Jamie Schmidt, 10:00.841[6]; 6. 31S-Trevor Spaulding, 10:02.831[7]; 7. (DNF) 9L-Hunter Larson, 02:15.324[4]


Stock Cars

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 88-Mike Coel, 04:24.701[5]; 2. 57H-John Heinz, 04:24.865[3]; 3. 99KK-Derek Moede, 04:25.382[4]; 4. 3L-Bill Lemieux, 04:29.261[6]; 5. 42-Dave Budzban, 04:30.053[2]; 6. 0F-Patrick Farley Jr, 04:37.636[1]


Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 10S-Rod Snellenberger, 05:54.903[4]; 2. 84M-Eric Malfroid, 05:57.108[2]; 3. 92D-Rodney Dart, 05:57.361[1]; 4. 40B-Tom Brumlic, 05:57.740[3]; 5. 24-Aiden Gretz, 06:01.566[5]


Sport Modifieds

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 14R-Cody Rass, [5]; 2. 15D-Craig Dorner, [6]; 3. X-Chris Budzban, [7]; 4. 41D-Troy DeGrave, [4]; 5. 24J-Jayden Schmidt, [10]; 6. 0K-Brandon Kaye, [1]; 7. 6E-Vince Engebregtsen, [8]; 8. 9B-Braison Bennett, [9]; 9. 13CJ-Shawn Umentum, [2]; 10. 8S-Tom Stark, [18]; 11. 21K-Kyle Odekirk, [11]; 12. 7B-Evan Beattie, [15]; 13. 59K-John Koessl, [14]; 14. 35-Ethan Beattie, [12]; 15. (DNF) 39-Cody Yurek, [13]; 16. (DNF) 9S-Mackenzie Simonar, [17]; (DNS) 40D-Jimmy Deal, ; (DNS) 17H-Scott Howe,


Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 14R-Cody Rass, 04:44.638[3]; 2. 24J-Jayden Schmidt, 04:44.928[8]; 3. X-Chris Budzban, 04:45.988[4]; 4. 0K-Brandon Kaye, 04:49.573[1]; 5. 40D-Jimmy Deal, 04:49.818[2]; 6. 21K-Kyle Odekirk, 04:50.321[6]; 7. 39-Cody Yurek, 04:52.442[5]; 8. 7B-Evan Beattie, 04:53.491[7]; 9. 9S-Mackenzie Simonar, 04:53.491[9]


Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 15D-Craig Dorner, 04:32.689[4]; 2. 41D-Troy DeGrave, 04:36.106[3]; 3. 6E-Vince Engebregtsen, 00:37.207[5]; 4. 9B-Braison Bennett, 04:37.728[6]; 5. 13CJ-Shawn Umentum, 00:37.207[1]; 6. 35-Ethan Beattie, 04:41.376[7]; 7. 59K-John Koessl, 04:41.651[9]; (DNS) 17H-Scott Howe, 00:36.158; (DNS) 8S-Tom Stark, 00:37.207


Street Stocks

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 9-Marcus Moede, [6]; 2. 40D-Dave DeGrave, [7]; 3. 3V-Dan Van Pay, [8]; 4. 007C-Mike Carter, [10]; 5. 46N-Chad Naze, [5]; 6. 18Z-Travis Zirbel, [4]; 7. 75G-Dave Gauger, [1]; 8. 2EZ-Matt Kaye, [3]; 9. 98X-Pat Day, [2]; 10. (DNF) 5W-Nick Wunrow, [9]; 11. (DNF) 32T-Becca Thiry, [11]


Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 3V-Dan Van Pay, 04:12.070[4]; 2. 18Z-Travis Zirbel, 04:15.634[2]; 3. 9-Marcus Moede, 04:16.006[3]; 4. 007C-Mike Carter, 04:17.472[5]; 5. 98X-Pat Day, 04:24.896[1]; 6. 32T-Becca Thiry, 04:23.696[6]


Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 40D-Dave DeGrave, 02:58.381[4]; 2. 2EZ-Matt Kaye, 03:04.660[2]; 3. 46N-Chad Naze, 03:05.692[3]; 4. 75G-Dave Gauger, 03:06.898[1]; 5. 5W-Nick Wunrow, 03:07.746[5]


Sport Compacts

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 8E-Tony Everard, 05:38.854[4]; 2. 111J-Kyle Jorgenson, 05:39.833[3]; 3. 21LM-Missy Clark, 02:04.875[2]; 4. 133-Dallas Topel, 05:43.014[1]; 5. 91-Daniel Buckwheat, 05:47.450[5]; 6. (DNF) 25-Josh Canterbery, 02:04.875[6]


Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 5S-Calvin Stueck, 03:50.876[3]; 2. 88E-TJ Everard, 03:42.940[4]; 3. 18E-Nick Everard, 03:44.995[2]; 4. 59-Wyatt Lemmers, 03:50.876[5]; 5. 28D-Jason Dondlinger, 03:51.755[1]; 6. 17W-Brian Watzka, 03:54.518[6]

Brewers begin huge series with Cubs Friday night

The Brewers could jump from third to first this weekend if they're able to sweep a three-game series with the Cubs this weekend. It begins on Friday night at 7:10 PM at Miller Park where Milwaukee comes in two games behind the Cubs and the Cardinals for first place in the NL Central Division. If the Brewers are able to sweep the Cubs, they will overtake them in the division and if the Cardinals struggle against the Astros, Milwaukee could find themselves in first place. Friday's pitching matchup is Gio Gonzalez for the Brewers against Kyle Hendricks for the Cubs.

K/D Salmon Tournament update: small craft advisory for Friday

With a small craft advisory already in effect for Friday afternoon to 7 a.m. Saturday, it could come down to the final hours. Winds are expected to swing southwest and gradually subside throughout the day. The last chance to weigh a salmon for this year's K/D is Saturday night, and you'll need to be in line by 9 p.m. if you have a big "king" to weigh. Tickets are available at all locations, $25 for the final days or $13 for a one-day shot.


Thursday’s port prize winners
Caleb Cornell, David Zezeski, Bryan Sheets, John Wanner, Tony Castle

K/D Top 35 (through July 25)

1. Josh Kramer, 36.70, 7/23 @ BH
2. Gary Welch, 34.27, 7/23 @ WI
3. Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59, 7/19 @ BH
4. William Kidd, 32.88, 7/19 @ WI
5. Jeren Ostrowski, 32.06, 7/22 @ BH
6. David Zazeski, 32.00, 7/22 @ BH
7. Wesley Hansen, 31.98, 7/21 @ BH
8. Austin Novak, 31.51, 7/21 @ WI
9. Austin Alberts, 31.11, 7/20 @ A
10. Mike Eder, 30.62, 7/24 @ K
11. Mike Cornell, 30.61, 7/20 @ WI
12. Zach Mendyke, 30.33, 7/22 @ SB
13. Alex Nemetz, 30.08, 7/21 @ BH

14. Ron Dain, 29.89, 7/22 @ A
15. Cody Krueger, 29.83, 7/23 @ BH
16. Brian Tomes, 29.52, 7/24 @ SB
17. Andy Kress, 29.40, 7/21 @ BH
18. Kenneth Schultz, 29.22, 7/23 @ K

19. Chris Naze, 28.98, 7/22 @ A
20. Adam Salmon, 28.91, 7/24 @ A
21. David Zezeski, 28.76, 7/25 @ BH
22. Mark Baumann, 28.75, 7/21 @ K
23. DuWayne Rauen, 28.71, 7/22 @ SB
24. Caleb Cornell, 28.67, 7/25 @ WI
25. Nick L’Huillier, 28.53, @ WI
26. Troy Combs, 28.51, 7/22 @ SB
27. John Bohmann, 28.48, 7/25 @ BH
28. Dave Meier, 28.39, 7/22 @ BH
29. Linda Jezierski, 28.26, 7/24 @ BH
30. Austin Lipsty, 28.23, 7/21 @ SB
31. Jon Ohnesorge, 28.22, 7/19 @ BH 
32. Jeff Stepanck, 28.20, 7/23 @ BH
33. Ben Geiger, 28.19, 7/21 @ WI
34. Jonson Kraus, 28.03, 7/25 @ WI
35. Todd Brauer, 28.01, 7/21 @ SB

Luxemburg-Casco releases key football dates

Luxemburg-Casco football players do not have much summer left before practices start for the season.


Coaches released important dates coming up for their players ranging from preschool through high school. The Spartans' first high school game will be on August 23rd. Important dates are listed below from the team's Facebook page.



Casco hosts girls Little League tournament

Teams from Algoma, Southern Door, Luxemburg, Casco, Dyckesville, and Sugarbush will descend on Casco this week for the Casco girls' Little League tournament. Juniors already started tournament play on Wednesday night and will compete through Sunday. Seniors start play Thursday and will continue through Sunday. Powderpuffs play all day Saturday. Village Park and Holy Trinity will host games throughout the weekend.



KD Salmon Tournament Update: Twenty pounders keep coming in

Even without Sturgeon Bay's report from Wednesday, registration sites have seen 300 20-pound-plus chinooks weighed through five days of the 37th annual Kewaunee/Door County Salmon Tournament.


At this point it seems possible that it'll take a "king" of at least 24 pounds to even crack the top 150. That's an impressive fish in its own right — and big enough to win the K/D 11 years ago, in 2008! 

But this year, wow — at least 13 30-pound-plus giants officially on the board, and three others that couldn't be entered (no ticket, or not everyone on the boat with tickets), plus several upper 29s. 

Mike Eder weighed this 30.62 at Accurate Marine & Tackle in Kewaunee today. Algoma had a fish just shy of 30, while Linda Jesierski had a 28.26 to Baileys Harbor and Joel Goham a 27.90 on the Island. 

Brewers salvage series finale from Reds

The Cincinnati Reds continued their first-inning success, but the Milwaukee Brewers scored late to capture a 5-4 win Wednesday afternoon.


A collection of base hits staked the Reds to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, but Ryan Braun's 15th homer of the season knotted things up at two. The Reds would get single tallies in the second and third innings to make it 4-2, forcing starter Jhoulys Chacin out of the game. The bullpen was lights out after that and the Brewers took the lead in the fifth inning thanks to a solo homer by Keston Hiura and a two-run single by Yasmani Grandal. Josh Hader and Freddy Peralta wrapped things up for the Brewers, striking out seven of the final nine Reds players.


Currently in third place in the National League Central, the Brewers could flip the script this weekend when they welcome to the division-leading Chicago Cubs to Miller Park for a three-game set Friday.

Sturgeon Bay Girls Basketball hosting 17th annual Golf Scramble

The Front Court Club of the Sturgeon Bay girls basketball is looking for teams for this year's Golf Scramble that is being held at Idlewild Golf Course again.  The 17th annual Lady Clippers Golf outing will be on Saturday August 24.  Anyone interested in sponsoring a hole or golfing in the event can contact the people below.  All proceeds for the golf scramble benefit the Sturgeon Bay girls program that includes students from 4th through 12th grade. 
Contact Kim at 920-333-0346 or Cully at 920-333-0347 to reserve a team for the event or sponsor a hole. 

K/D Salmon Tournament update: Sevastopol grad catches biggest so far

Absolutely un'reel' day today in the K/D, with a 34+ that moved into first early, then a 36.55 with no ticket and finally, a 36.70 caught late afternoon (and definitely not the same fish — look at the photos posted earlier; not only the shape and color, check out the dorsal fin).

Twenty-pounders are very common this year, and it's starting to look like it'll take well into the low to mid-20s to get in on the money. We'll see!

Get this question daily: can I still purchase a ticket now that the tournament is underway? The answer is YES, just be sure you do so before you fish, and make certain everyone 10 and older aboard the boat has a valid K/D ticket (including the captain and mate if on a charter).

We're hearing boatloads of "the big one got away" stories. Don't overtighten the drags, or try to "muscle" a big king when it's not ready. For those of you new to this salmon fever, be sure your reel has at least 300 yards of quality line, and be prepared to turn the boat if needed so you don't get spooled.

Tight lines, smooth drags and a whole lot of patience gets it done. 
Good luck to all!

K/D leaders — Day 5

1. Josh Kramer, 36.70, 7/23 @ BH
2. Gary Welch, 34.27, 7/23 @ WI
3. Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59, 7/19 @ BH
4. William Kidd, 32.88, 7/19 @ WI
5. Jeren Ostrowski, 32.06, 7/22 @ BH

6. David Zazeski, 32.00, 7/22 @ BH
7. Wesley Hansen, 31.98, 7/21 @ BH
8. Austin Novak, 31.51, 7/21 @ WI
9. Austin Alberts, 31.11, 7/20 @ A
10. Mike Cornell, 30.61, 7/20 @ WI

11. Zach Mendtke, 30.33, 7/22 @ SB
12. Alex Nemetz, 30.08, 7/21 @ BH
13. Ron Dain, 29.89, 7/22 @ A
14. Cody Krueger, 29.83, 7/23 @ BH
15. Andy Kress, 29.40, 7/21 @ BH

16. Kenneth Schultz, 29.22, 7/23 @ K

Day 5 Port prize winners
Josh Kramer, Gary Welch, Brandon Waterland, Eric Schferi, Kenneth Schultz

Reds knock around Davies and win big over Brewers

The normally-reliable Zach Davies got knocked around on Tuesday night at Miller Park against the Reds. Davies hadn't allowed more than one earned run in four straight starts but that streak ended in the first inning. Eugenio Suarez and Jesse Winker each hit two-run homers off him in the first. Davies would allow two earned runs in the fifth as the Reds extended their lead to 9-0 and eventually win 14-6. The bullpen also struggled for Milwaukee. Alex Claudio and Burch Smith combined to allow seven earned runs in just three innings of work. Jay Jackson was the lone bright spot on the mound, pitching the final two innings and only allowing a walk and striking out 3.


Manny Pina came off the bench to provide most of the offense for the Brewers. He hit a two-run homer in the sixth and a two-run single in the eighth. 


The Reds have now taken the first two games of the series. Milwaukee will try to salvage the final game of the series in a Wednesday matinee at Miller Park. First pitch is at 1:10 PM.

K/D Salmon Tournament Update: Three more crack 30 pounds

Five days to go and a dozen 30-pound-plus chinooks put to K/D scales in Door and Kewaunee counties, including two that couldn't be counted as not all the anglers had tickets. The 10-so-far is one more than the entire 9-day, lakewide Salmon-A-Rama produced.

A waning full moon is offering potential for midnight to dawn action on clear nights, but many of this year's heavyweights have been caught outside the more typically productive dawn and dusk periods. In fact, late morning, early afternoon and early evenings have produced more giants than the first and last hours of daylight so far.

A mix of mostly offshore winds are in the forecast the next three days before a switch to a stronger, south/southwest flow late Thursday into Friday. How much it's southwest vs. straight south will be key in determining how fishable it will be the final two days. If it leans southwest after a few days of offshore winds it could be very fishable — and potentially productive — just two to four miles out from Kewaunee to Baileys, and almost anywhere in the deeper nearshore waters around the islands.

Here's another look at the biggest "king" from today, Jeren Ostrowski's 32.06.

K/D Unofficial Top 15
Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59, 7/19 @ BH
William Kidd, 32.88, 7/19 @ WI
Jeren Ostrowski, 32.06, 7/22 @ BH
David Zazeski, 32.00, 7/22 @ BH
Wesley Hansen, 31.98, 7/21 @ BH
Austin Novak, 31.51, 7/21 @ WI
Austin Alberts, 31.11, 7/20 @ A
Mike Cornell, 30.61, 7/20 @ WI
Zach Mendtke, 30.33, 7/22 @ SB
Alex Nemetz, 30.08, 7/21 @ BH
Ron Dain, 29.89, 7/22 @ A
Andy Kress, 29.40, 7/21 @ BH
Chris Naze, 28.98, 7/22 @ A
Mark Baumann, 28.75, 7/21 @ K
DuWayne Rauen, 28.71, 7/22 @ SB

Day 4 Port prize winners
Jeren Ostrowski, Zach Mendtke, Ron Dain, Kevin Prien, Eric Blom



Kewaunee tennis hits the road for 2019

With no other schools on the peninsula to play, the Kewaunee tennis team will get plenty of windshield time for their 2019 season.


The Storm do start their season with a pair of home meets before heading off to Kewaskum and Roncalli.  After staying home for three more meets, the Storm end their campaign on a three-meet road swing through Kohler, Kiel, and Sheboygan Falls. You can find the full schedule below.


Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019

Match 4:00PM Ripon Kewaunee High School 
Tennis Courts     

Thursday, Aug 22, 2019

Match 4:00PM Waupun Kewaunee High School 
Tennis Courts     

Tuesday, Aug 27, 2019

Match 4:00PM Away vs. Kewaskum Kewaskum High School    

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Match 4:00PM Away vs. Roncalli Lincoln Park - Manitowoc   

Thursday, Sep 5, 2019

Match 4:00PM Howards Grove Kewaunee High School 
Tennis Courts     

Monday, Sep 9, 2019

Match 4:00PM Fox Valley Lutheran Kewaunee High School 
Tennis Courts     

Thursday, Sep 12, 2019

Match 4:00PM Plymouth School District Kewaunee High School 
Tennis Courts     

Thursday, Sep 19, 2019

Match 4:00PM Away vs. Kohler Kohler High School    

Thursday, Sep 26, 2019

Match 4:00PM Away vs. Kiel Kiel High School   

Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019

Match 4:00PM Away vs. Sheboygan Falls Sheboygan Falls High School

Gibraltar cross country recruiting new runners

It is almost time for runners in Gibraltar Area Schools to lace up their shoes for the season.


Middle school students and their parents can begin filling out the Middle School Cross Country Sign Up Form to notify Coach Joy Bastian in advance of this fall's season. New and interested high school athletes can email Coach Bastian at with questions or to be added to the roster.


The Vikings will look to fill some big shoes this fall after all-state cross country runner Evan Henry graduated this spring.



Saladino slam not enough against Reds

Tyler Saladino's second grand slam in as many days made it close, but the Milwaukee Brewers could not close the deal Monday night, falling to the Cincinnati Reds 6-5.


A Yasmani Grandal double opened the scoring for the Brewers in the third inning, only to see the Reds score single tallies in the fifth and sixth to take a small 2-1 advantage. The Reds' Eugenio Suarez doubled the lead with a two-run homer in the seventh to make it 4-1. The Brewers would take the lead on Saladino's slam in the bottom of eighth, only to see it disappear when Suarez hit his second two-run homer of the game. Jeremy Jeffress took the loss for the Brewers.


The two teams are back at it at Miller Park at 7:10 p.m.

Veterans report to Packers Training Camp

The first signs of fall are being found at St. Norbert College in De Pere this week as the Green Bay Packers prepare for training camp.


Rookies moved into their rooms on campus on Sunday while veterans are expected to report today. Fans will get their first action of training camp week when the Green Bay Packers host their annual stockholders meeting Wednesday morning. The first public practice is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. Thursday. It marks the first of four straight days of public practices for the Packers, which will have 13 during the summer in addition to a pair of practices with the Houston Texans and the annual Family Night scrimmage on August 2nd.

K/D Salmon Tournament Update: Eight top 30 pounds

The storms and the fog could not stop anglers from catching eight fish eclipsing the 30-pound barrier during the opening weekend of the Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament.


 A minimum of 166 chinooks larger than 20 pounds were brought in, including 50 that were heavier than 25 pounds. 

Eight 30-pound-plus chinooks were brought to official scales, including a 32.92 with no ticket opening morning. That left seven that counted, and two of them came in Sunday, a 31.98 for Wesley Hansen of Green Bay at Baileys Harbor (caught Saturday night, weighed Sunday morning; shown), and a 31.51 for Austin Novak at Washington Island (shown in the group pic earlier). 

Winds began to pick up from the north late Sunday, and were expected to stay north Monday before switching northwest, then west, through Thursday. As of this writing, a strong southwest/south blow is expected Friday and Saturday. If you've got some vacation days coming, Tuesday to Thursday might be the right time to use 'em!

Unofficial Top 50 

Keith “Buck” Felhofer, 33.59, 7/19 @ BH
William Kidd, 32.88, 7/19 @ WI
Wesley Hansen, 31.98, 7/21 @ BH
Austin Novak, 31.51, 7/21 @ WI
Austin Alberts, 31.11, 7/20 @ A
Mike Cornell, 30.61, 7/20 @ WI
Alex Nemetz, 30.08, 7/21 @ BH
Andy Kress, 29.40, 7/21 @ BH
Mark Baumann, 28.75, 7/21 @ K
Steve Ravet, 28.62, 7/19 @ WI

Austin Lipsty, 28.23, 7/21 @ SB
Jon Ohnesorge, 28.22, 7/19 @ BH
Ben Geiger, 28.19, 7/21 @ WI
Todd Brauer, 28.01, 7/21 @ SB
Rob Joniaux, 27.58, 7/21 @ A
Jennifer Jadin, 27.50, 7/20 @ K
Dan Jambor, 27.45, 7/19 @ WI
Jordan Isenhart, 27.36, 7/19 @ BH
Gene Muse, 27.21, 7/20 @ WI
Dwayne Mullins, 27.14, 7/21 @ BH

Louie Renteria, 27.03, 7/19 @ WI
Terri Delarwelle, 27.03, 7/21 @ SB
Randy Luek, 26.96, 7/19 @ BH
Brent Edmundson, 26.87, 7/19 @ BH
Paul Vandermazen, 26.82, 7/19 @ BH
Jay Gorton, 26.80, 7/20 @ BH
Joe Verihe, 26.79, 7/19 @ BH
Beth Dreas, 26.64, 7/21 @ K
Caleb Cornell, 26.61, 7/20 @ WI
Mike Nielsen, 26.48, 7/21 @ SB

Steve Ravet, 26.24, 7/21 @ WI
Brian Hughes, 26.21, 7/20 @ WI
Greg Kramer, 26.03, 7/21 @ BH
Adam Weber, 26.02, 7/21 @ BH
Brent Edmundson, 25.97, 7/21 @ BH
Lorin Vreeland, 25.90, 7/21 @ BH
Bill Balwinski, 25.88, 7/21 @ A
Dick Dorow, 25.88, 7/21 @ WI
Louie Renteria, 25.79, 7/21 @ WI
Steve Weber, 25.72, 7/21 @ BH

Dale Petersilka, 25.72, 7/21 @ WI
Sheila Berndt, 25.68, 7/20 @ WI
Arnold Lefevre, 25.48, 7/20 @ BH
John Hertensteiner, 25.87, 7/21 @ SB
Troy Jorgenson, 25.46, 7/20 @ WI
Victor Novak, 25.26, 7/21 @ WI
E. Steffel, 25.21, 7/21 @ BH
Adam Hoen, 25.17, 7/20 @ SB 
Aaron Cornell, 25.16, 7/19 @ WI
James Novak, 25.03, 7/21 @ WI



DCL Round-up: Sister Bay keeps pace

Sister Bay won big in its Sunday tilt to keep right behind Egg Harbor in the Door County League baseball standings.

After Egg Harbor scored a blowout 13-1 win on Friday in Institute, Tom Sawyer hit for the cycle in the Bays' 12-2 win over Maplewood.


Multi-hit games by Ben Geiger, Matt Foss, and Hannes Johnson led Washington Island to an 8-1 victory over Baileys Harbor.


West Jacksonport also got a W Sunday, beating Kolberg 5-1.

Sevastopol sets athletic meetings

Parents with Sevastopol students as young as fourth grade can get a jump start on the fall sports seasons.


For students in 4th-6th grades, the Mighty Pioneers will host an informational meeting this Thursday at 7 p.m. to discuss the upcoming fall girls basketball and football seasons.  That meeting will coincide with an athletic code meeting for the high school students planning on playing in fall sports at 6 p.m.


Both meetings will take place in school's multipurpose room.

Rass Memorial Race rescheduled

The canceled Rass Memorial Race as The Hill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay has a new date.


Race officials announced on Facebook Sunday that the race honoring Troy Rass will be on August 17th, which coincides with Hall of Fame Night at the track. The festivities are slated to start at 5:30 p.m. to allow time for an opening ceremony with the Hall of Fame induction, the regularly scheduled program and a special celebration of Troy Rass with his family and friends at intermission.



Brewers get series win behind three run rally

A three-run rally in the eighth inning gave the Milwaukee Brewers a much-needed series win over the Arizona Diamondbacks Sunday.


Tyler Saladino delivered an important blow in the fourth inning, hitting a grandslam with the Brewers down 4-0 to tie the game up. It stayed tied at 4-4 until the fateful eighth inning when Mike Moustakas, Yasmani Grandal, and Ben Gamel strung together hits to drive in the game and series clinching runs. Josh Hader settled things in the ninth inning for his 22nd save of the season.


The Brewers return home for an important homestand with plenty of NL Central intrigue as they face the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago Cubs in consecutive series. 

K/D Salmon Tournament Update: Great catch for Alberts

Austin Alberts of Casco caught a 41-inch, 31.11-pound chinook just before sunset at Algoma Saturday to crack the top 5 in the Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament.


It hit a fly set about halfway down in 150 feet of water. He was fishing with Chad Alberts and Collin LeGrave. 

Washington Island had 14 over 20 pounds on the scale Saturday, including a 30.61 for Mike Cornell; Baileys had 10 over 20, including Jay Gorton's 26.80. 

Will provide a more complete update later today after tournament officials get Kewaunee's report, but there are more than 25 "kings" larger than 25 pounds on the leader board. That's incredible when you factor in all the time lost to storms and heavy fog off some ports that kept many anglers on shore the past two days.  Buck Felhofer's 33.59 pound catch at Baileys Harbor remains the biggest salmon caught so far in the storm-riddled tournament.

The forecast is calling for a switch to north winds (strongest Sunday night/Monday morning) followed by west winds Tuesday through Thursday. 



Gibraltar's Reinhardt shines in WFCA 8-Man Football All-Star game

Former Gibraltar quarterback Trevor Reinhardt had an impressive end to his high school football career in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game Saturday in Oshkosh.


Reinhardt had a hand in all three WFCA South scores in a 21-6 win cut short due to weather. Reinhardt scampered for a one-yard score in the opening five minutes and threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Port Edwards' Addison Gibbs a few minutes later. He would cap off his offensive production with another touchdown, ending the day completing 12 passes for just 205 yards while rushing for another seven.  Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns, Nathan Stenzel, and Max Krohn cracked the scorebook on the defensive side of the ball, each registering at least one tackle.


The three-game WFCA All Star Weekend raised over $370,000 for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, including $15,015 by Door County athletes.



Three games dot Sunday's DCL schedule

If the area fields survived Saturday's storms, baseball fans will have their choice of games to choose from in Door County League baseball action.


Sunday's 1:30 p.m. starts include Washington Island hosting Baileys Harbor, West Jacksonport playing at home against Kolberg, and Sister Bay traveling to Maplewood. 

Brewers' late rally sets up Sunday rubber match

The heroics of Mike Moustakas Saturday night gave the Milwaukee Brewers a much needed 8-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.


It was just 1-1 entering the bottom the fifth when the Diamondbacks put up two runs thanks to run-scoring doubles by Carson Kelly and Zack Greinke. Eric Thames would answer for the Brewers in the top half of the sixth inning with a solo home run to make it 3-2 Diamondbacks. Moustakas dealt the big blow in the top of the eighth, taking a 2-0 pitch for a ride to the left-field bleachers, driving in Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun. The Brewers would add insurance runs in the ninth inning thanks to a Yelich double and an RBI single courtesy of Keston Hiura.


The two teams go for the series win at Chase Field in Phoenix at 3:10 p.m.



The Hill Raceway forced to cancel Saturday's race

Soggy track conditions forced The Hill Raceway to cancel its July 20th slate of races.


Race officials said on Facebook on Saturday that they will work to reschedule the Rass Memorial for a later date.


The Hill Raceway is back in action August 1st for its annual Door County Fair slate of races.



Ahnapee Trailblazers Clinches Lead in Fifth Inning for Victory Over Kewaunee County

Ahnapee Trailblazers defeated Kewaunee County 9-1 on Friday after taking the lead late in the game. The game was tied at one with Ahnapee Trailblazers batting in the top of the fifth when Adam G doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs. Ahnapee Trailblazers notched four runs in the sixth inning. The offensive onslaught by Ahnapee Trailblazers was led by Devin S and Adam, who each had RBIs in the inning. Tyler K led the Ahnapee Trailblazers to victory on the pitcher's mound. He went seven innings, allowing one run on six hits, striking out four and walking one. Dahlke took the loss for Kewaunee County. He went four and a third innings, allowing four runs on four hits and striking out three. Ahnapee Trailblazers tallied one home run on the day. Adam went for the long ball in the sixth inning. Adam went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Ahnapee Trailblazers in hits. Kewaunee County had six hits in the game. Deprez and Kinnard each collected multiple hits for Kewaunee County.

Diamondbacks slither past Brewers 10-7

A strong third inning helped keep the Arizona Diamondbacks ahead of the Milwaukee Brewers most of Friday evening.  The Diamondbacks scored six-run in the third with help from a Jarrod Dyson single, a Ketel Marte double, an Eduardo Escobar triple and a Christian Walker home run.  Brewers starter Jhoulys Chacín's evening ended after giving up seven unearned runs.  The Brewers high point of the game was Christian Yelich who hit his MLB-leading 35th home run of the season, a two-run blast in a three-run seventh.  That helped Milwaukee close the gap.  But Arizona held on for the win 10-7.  Milwaukee and Arizona meet again at 7:10 PM for game three of their four-game series at Chase Field.   

Anglers net big salmon despite storm at K/D Salmon Tournament

Storms and fog couldn't dampen the opening of the 37th Annual Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament.  Anglers netted  28 20-pound-plus chinooks during day one.  Among the big fish taken were "Buck" Felhofer's land a 33.59 salmon in Baileys Harbor and William "Bill" Kidd landed a dandy mid-morning off Washington Island, a 41-1/4-inch, 32.88-pounder

Friday night game kicks off DCL slate

Egg Harbor hopes to keep its grip on first place this weekend when they kick off the Door County League Baseball slate Friday night in Institute.


The Indians and the Cubs will have their first pitch at 7:30 p.m. Sunday's 1:30 p.m. games include Maplewood hosting Sister Bay, Baileys Harbor taking the ferry to Washington Island, and Kolberg traveling to West Jacksonport.

Space filling up for Shanty Days Volleyball Tournament

You have to act quickly if you still want to play on Crescent Beach at this year's Shanty Days Beach Volleyball Tournament on August 10th.


According to tournament organizer Levi Zeitler, only two more spots remain in the sixteen team field. The round-robin tournament guarantees at least seven matches. The tournament victor earns $500. You can find more information about the tournament by clicking here.

Brewers kick off road trip with win

The Milwaukee Brewers got their western swing off on a good note Thursday with a 5-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.


The game was tied 1-1 heading into the eighth inning when Orlando Arcia broke the tie on a RBI single and was quickly followed by Keston Hiura taking home on a throwing error by the catcher. Arcia was able to score as well in the inning thanks to a sacrifice fly by Jesus Aguilar. Ryan Braun put an exclamation point on the victory with a home run in the ninth. Zach Davies got the win in his 100th career start, allow just five hits and a run in seven innings of work.


The two teams meet up again this evening at 8:40 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco football gets early work

The Luxemburg-Casco football is taking advantage of the early contact season for its 2019 campaign kicks off.


The Spartans are joining other teams in the state for the St. Norbert College Team Camp this week. The team hopes to start another run to the playoff this year when they kick off the season in New London on August 23rd.

Sturgeon Bay soccer looks to return to state

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team will begin their run towards another state berth in just over a month.


The Clippers will open the season at home with a pair of contests against Fox Valley Lutheran and Stockbridge before traveling to face rival The Prairie on September 6th. Its first Packerland Conference match is September 9th at Peshtigo and will battle for county supremacy against Gibraltar/Sevastopol on  September 19th at home and at Gibraltar on October 14th.


You can see the full schedule below:

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Non-Conference 7:00PM Fox Valley Lutheran Sturgeon Bay High School 
Clark Soccer Field     

Thursday, Sep 5, 2019

Game 6:30PM Stockbridge Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Quad 5:00PM Away vs. The Prairie,
Racine Horlick The Prairie School     

5:00- Craig vs. South Milwaukee 7:00 Prairie vs. Sturgeon Bay

Saturday, Sep 7, 2019

Quad 10:00AM Away vs. The Prairie,
Racine Horlick The Prairie School     

10:00- Sturgeon Bay vs. South Milwaukee 12:00- Craig vs. Prairie

Monday, Sep 9, 2019

Game 4:30PM Away vs. Peshtigo Peshtigo High School     

Thursday, Sep 12, 2019

Game 6:30PM Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Monday, Sep 16, 2019

Game 4:30PM Away vs. Kewaunee Kewaunee High School     

Thursday, Sep 19, 2019

Game 6:30PM Gibraltar/Sevastopol Boys Soccer Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Quad 5:00PM Away vs. Cedarburg,
Neenah Cedarburg High School     

Saturday, Sep 21, 2019

Quad 10:00AM Away vs. Cedarburg,
Neenah Cedarburg High School     

Monday, Sep 23, 2019

Game 4:30PM Away vs. Algoma Algoma High School     

Friday, Sep 27, 2019

Non-Conference 6:30PM Notre Dame De La Baie Academy Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     


Monday, Sep 30, 2019

Game 4:30PM Away vs. Stockbridge Stockbridge High School     

Thursday, Oct 3, 2019

Game 6:30PM Peshtigo Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Non-Conference Game 6:30PM Wausau East Sturgeon Bay High School 
Clark Soccer Field     

Monday, Oct 7, 2019

Game 4:00PM Away vs. Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School     

Tuesday, Oct 8, 2019

Game 4:00PM Away vs. Wrightstown Wrightstown High School     

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019

Game 6:30PM Kewaunee Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Saturday, Oct 12, 2019

Game 12:00PM Away vs. Notre Dame De La Baie Academy Notre Dame De La Baie Academy HS     

Monday, Oct 14, 2019

Game 6:30PM Away vs. Gibraltar/Sevastopol Boys Soccer Gibraltar High School     

Thursday, Oct 17, 2019

Game 6:30PM Algoma Sturgeon Bay 
Clark Soccer Field     

Friday, Oct 18, 2019

Non-Conference 6:00PM Away vs. Pulaski Pulaski Community Middle School 

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball hits road early

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team will start their season on the road when it begins on August 29th.


The seventh-ranked team in the state opens with tournaments in Sun Prairie and Green Bay before it hosts Little Chute on September 12th in a rematch of last year's sectional final. It will also play a road match at Fox Valley Lutheran on September 5th. The full schedule is listed below:


Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Tournament 9:00AM Away vs. Sun Prairie,
Beaver Dam,
De Pere,
Manitowoc Lincoln,
Wrightstown Sun Prairie High School     

Friday, Aug 30, 2019

Tournament 10:00AM Away vs. Sun Prairie,
Beaver Dam,
De Pere,
Manitowoc Lincoln,
Wrightstown Sun Prairie High School     

Thursday, Sep 5, 2019

Match 7:00PM Away vs. Fox Valley Lutheran Fox Valley Lutheran High School     

Saturday, Sep 7, 2019

Invitational 9:00AM Away vs. Notre Dame De La Baie Academy,
Sun Prairie,
De Pere,
Southern Door Notre Dame De La Baie Academy HS     

Thursday, Sep 12, 2019

Match 7:00PM Little Chute Luxemburg-Casco High School 

Saturday, Sep 14, 2019

Tournament 8:00AM Away vs. Beaver Dam,
New Holstein,
Sun Prairie,
Wisconsin Heights MS/HS Beaver Dam High School     

Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

Match 7:00PM Away vs. Oconto Falls Oconto Falls High School     

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Invitational 4:00PM Away vs. Hamilton,
Wisconsin Lutheran,
Hartford Union,
West Bend East,
West Bend West,
River Falls,
Kettle Moraine,
Appleton North,
Oshkosh West,
Catholic Memorial,
Waukesha West,
Sun Prairie,
Brookfield Central,
Divine Savior Holy Angels,
Howards Grove,
Sheboygan North,
Kettle Moraine Lutheran,
Brookfield East MIlwaukee Sting Center     

Saturday, Sep 21, 2019

Invitational 8:00AM Away vs. Hamilton,
Wisconsin Lutheran,
Hartford Union,
West Bend East,
West Bend West,
River Falls,
Kettle Moraine,
Appleton North,
Oshkosh West,
Catholic Memorial,
Waukesha West,
Sun Prairie,
Brookfield Central,
Divine Savior Holy Angels,
Howards Grove,
Sheboygan North,
Kettle Moraine Lutheran,
Brookfield East MIlwaukee Sting Center     

Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019

Match 7:00PM Wrightstown Luxemburg-Casco High School 

 (Rescheduled from 09-26-19)

Thursday, Sep 26, 2019

Match 7:00PM Wrightstown Luxemburg-Casco High School 

 (Rescheduled to 09-24-19)

Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019

Match 7:00PM Clintonville Luxemburg-Casco High School 

Thursday, Oct 3, 2019

Match 7:00PM Waupaca Luxemburg-Casco High School 

Tuesday, Oct 8, 2019

Match 7:00PM Away vs. Denmark Denmark High School     

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019

Match 7:00PM Away vs. Freedom Freedom High School     

Saturday, Oct 12, 2019

Invitational 9:00AM Away vs. De Pere,
Fond du Lac,
West De Pere,
Little Chute De Pere High School     

Thursday, Oct 17, 2019

Match 7:00PM Marinette Luxemburg-Casco High School 

Saturday, Oct 19, 2019

Triangular 10:00AM Bay Port,
Lourdes Academy Luxemburg-Casco High School 

Gibraltar tapped for two big cross country meets

Two of Gibraltar's biggest cross country meets of the season will be on home turf once again this season.


Over 400 kids are expected to run in the Chief K Invitational on August 29th with participants from the high schools of Algoma, Coleman, Crivitz, Denmark, Freedom, Gillett, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Hilbert, Kewaunee, Mauston, Mishicot, Oconto, Peshtigo, Reedsville, Roncalli, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Wausaukee, and Wrightstown making the trip. The Vikings will also host all of the Packerland schools for their conference meet on October 17th. Gibraltar will also have meets at Brillion, Sturgeon Bay, Mishicot, and Sheboygan Lutheran during the course of the season. 

Eight-man football schedules close to being finalized

The defense of a state championship and an inaugural season highlight the 2019 slate for area eight-man football teams.


Sevastopol will begin their defense of the first-ever eight-man football state championship on the road at Suring, which joined eight-man football last year. Algoma begins its inaugural eight-man football season at home against the newly-formed co-op squad of Oneida/NEW Lutheran. Gibraltar will revisit happy memories from last year's run to basketball sectionals with a trip to Florence.


Local games of note, Algoma will travel August 29th to Sevastopol and play host on October 4th vs Gibraltar while the peninsula showdown between the Pioneers and the Vikings is scheduled for October 11th in Fish Creek.





Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Florence

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Game 7:00PM Gillett      

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Suring  

Saturday, Sep 14, 2019

Game 1:00PM Laona-Wabeno 

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Game TBD Away vs. Oneida/NEW Lutheran TBA     

Friday, Sep 27, 2019

Game 7:00PM Lena/STAA     

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Algoma   

Friday, Oct 11, 2019

Game 7:00PM Sevastopol     

Friday, Oct 18, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Wausaukee  



Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Oneida/NEW Lutheran 

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Newman Catholic 

Friday, Sep 13, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gillett

Saturday, Sep 21, 2019

Game 1:00PM Williams Bay Algoma High School     

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Gibraltar Algoma High School     




Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Suring 

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Non-Conference 7:00PM Algoma     

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Oneida/NEW Lutheran

Friday, Sep 13, 2019

Game 7:00PM Florence

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Game 7:00PM Wausaukee 

Friday, Sep 27, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gillett  

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Lena   

Friday, Oct 11, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gibraltar 

Friday, Oct 18, 2019

Game 7:00PM Laona-Wabeno



Brewers claim series over Braves

The Milwaukee Brewers won their first series since the All-Star Break with a 5-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves Wednesday afternoon.


The long ball set the tone for the Brewers early with Manny Pina and Christian Yelich hitting home runs to lead the Braves by three. Keston Hiura and Manny Pina each had RBI hits in the sixth inning to give the Brewers a 5-0 lead. Josh Donaldson tried his best to lead the Braves to victory in the final two frames of the afternoon, knocking in all four runs thanks to a home run and a single. Josh Hader struggled in the ninth, but ultimately got his 21st save of the year to help secure the win for starter Chase Anderson.


The Brewers head west to Phoenix to take on the Arizona Diamondbacks for a four-game series beginning at 8:40 p.m. Thursday.

Ahnapee picks up another win in Legion play

Ahnapee picked up their second win in as many days on Tuesday as they defeated Green Bay Southwest 5-3. Four pitchers were used by Ahnapee and they did well striking out seven. Tanner DeGrave pitched two scoreless innings in relief to get the victory. Adam Gutschow was 3-4 at the plate with a double and Tyler Kroll also added a double. Ahnapee will open regional play Thursday night at 7:45 at Ashwaubenon.

Brewers pour it on in win over Braves

The Brewers comfortable lead in the sixth inning turned into a blowout in the seventh against the Braves on Tuesday night. Milwaukee led Atlanta 5-1 going into the seventh when the Brewers exploded for 6 runs capped off by a grand slam from Christian Yelich, his 33rd home run of the season. The Brewers would add two more runs in the eighth to win 13-1. Keston Hiura started the scoring off with a solo homer in the second and Lorenzo Cain also hit a solo shot in the sixth. Hiura ended up going a perfect 3-3 with two walks, three runs scored and two RBI's. All-Star Brandon Woodruff was terrific on the mound only allowing one run in 6 2/3 innings and striking out seven.


The two teams will play the rubber match in a matinee at Miller Park, 1:10 PM first pitch.

Gutschow spells relief in Ahnapee victory

The bullpen had to do some heavy lifting in Ahnapee's 10-4 victory over Ashwaubenon in American Legion action Monday.


Adam Gutschow was the winning pitcher with 5 innings of relief.  Gutschow had plenty of help from Jake Schneider, who was perfect at the plate with three hits and four RBI. Tyler Kroll was also a perfect 2-2 in the win, knocking in two runs.

Gibraltar to host pair of American Legion contests

The Gibraltar Vikings have a busy week at home as their American Legion schedule continues.


According to the American Legion Baseball web site, Gibraltar will host Northern Door Tuesday evening and Coleman on Thursday evening. Both games are set for 5:30 p.m. first pitch times at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek.

Busy weekend of racing on tap

There will not be a shortage of action on area dirt tracks this weekend as both the Luxemburg Speedway and The Hill Raceway have scheduled shows.


Friday night the Luxemburg Speedway will return from its Kewaunee County Fair break with its regular schedule of Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Modifieds, Street Stocks, and Sport Compacts. Pit gates open at 4 p.m., followed by the grandstands at 5 p.m. with the green flag dropping at 7 p.m.


The Hill Raceway will have its own schedule on Saturday night John Miles County Park in Sturgeon Bay. 


Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing at 6 p.m. from stock cars, sport mod, street stock, and bomber classes. The slate of races will feature Florida native and former NASCAR standout David Reutimann compete in a pair of divisions.


Former L-C champ Rasmussen to host wrestling camp

Former Luxemburg-Casco state champion heavyweight wrestler Phil Rasmussen is coming home to host a camp in the Green Bay area.


Along with two other teammates from Morningside College in Iowa, Rasmussen will be hosting the Titletown Technique Camp August 17th and 18th at Synergy Sports in Hobart. The weekend camp will work on different techniques for wrestlers of all ages and skill levels. Rasmussen capped off a successful season for the Mustangs in his sophomore season, qualifying for the NAIA National Meet earlier this year.


You can find additional details below


Road construction alters Shanty Days 5K route

The closure of a bridge in Algoma will force runners onto a different route during this year's Shanty Days Run 5K.


The Second Street Bridge is closed through the fall, forcing the route to make up mileage towards the end of the race when runners will have to do an out-and-back on Feld Street before finishing the race along Lake Michigan.


Now organized by Don Poore and Jean Belleau of Algoma, the Shanty Days 5K is August 10th at 8 a.m. You can sign up by clicking this link.

Brewers open Braves series with loss

A three-run homer by Freddie Freeman was all the Atlanta Braves needed to sink the Milwaukee Brewers in the first game of their series by a final score of 4-2.


The Brewers would not answer Freeman's fourth-inning bomb until the bottom of the sixth inning when Ryan Braun hit his 13th homer of the year and Keston Hiura tripled home Mike Moustakas. Austin Riley's single a half-inning later gave the Braves an insurance run and the game's final margin. Adrian Houser took the loss for the Brewers, giving up four runs and striking out three batters in six innings of work.


The Braves and Brewers are back at it tonight at Miller Park beginning at 7:10.

Final week to donate to local WFCA game participants

You have a week to still donate money to support seven area athletes in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Charity All-Star game on Saturday.


The annual set of games puts the best high school seniors on the field one last time before their collegiate careers begin or put away the helmet and shoulder pads for a final time. Players raise money to participate in the game with all funds collected going to support Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.


Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns, Max Krohn, Jaden Schartner-Sawyer, and Nathan Stenzel along with Gibraltar's Griffin and Trevor Reinhardt will play in the 8-man game at 10 a.m. Southern Door's Derik LeCaptain plays in the small-school game at 1:30 p.m. It will be the first of two all-star games for Trevor Reinhardt, who was also selected to play in the STRIPES Baseball All-Star game on August 11th at Miller Park.


You can click on the individual player to support their efforts. Door County athletes have already raised $14,865 for the game.


Derik LeCaptain, Southern Door: WFCA Small School North All-Star

Jeremy Jorns, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All Star

Griffin Reinhardt, Gibraltar: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Trevor Reinhardt, Gibraltar: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Max Krohn, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Jaden Schartner-Sawyer, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Nathan Stenzel, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star


Big Dogs 12U finish perfect season

The Big Dogs 12U team finished 19-0 on the season after defending its home turf over the weekend.


The team won the Belgian Days Tournament, its fifth title of the summer and its second inside the limits of Brussels.


Players front row left to right: James Fish, Zack Krueger,Isaac Baudhuin,Caden Pierre, jerrick Valley, Breaden Liest. Top row: Carson Liest, Drew Daoust, Brady Kita, Vance DeKeyser, Tyler Neinas 

Coaches: Jay Kita, Dave Neinas 

Big wins dominate DCL slate

No team won by less than six runs during Sunday's slate of Door County Baseball League action.


An eight-run first inning by Egg Harbor put the Indians well on their way to a 12-0 win over Maplewood, led by three-hit days by Riley Spetz and Cody Giesseman.


Six members of Sister Bay had multi-hit days to lead the Bays to a 15-1 win over Institute.


Sam Koss had four hits as Baileys Harbor slugged past Kolberg 13-4.


Sunday's closest game still saw a big inning catapult a team to victory as West Jacksonport scored seven times in the fifth to beat Washington Island 8-2.

Big inning dooms Brewers in series finale

A six-run seventh inning broke a 2-2 tie to send the Milwaukee Brewers to an 8-3 loss against the San Francisco Giants at Miller Park Sunday.


The Brewers and Giants traded runs in the first six innings, highlighted by Christian Yelich's 32nd home run of the season in the bottom of the sixth inning. The top of the seventh inning would see the Giants bring 11 players to the plate, scoring six runs on six hits to put the game out of reach. Lorenzo Cain singled in a run in the seventh to help the Brewers cut into the lead.


The Brewers stay at home for their next three games with a series against the Atlanta Braves.

Steamy morning don't slow runners in Brussels, Luxemburg

The humidity did not keep runners from toeing the line Saturday morning at races held Brussels in Luxemburg.


At the Belgian Days Run, 73 participants completed the two and four-mile distances. In the two-mile run, 12-year old Kelsey Johnson (17:23) and 13-year-old Ben Uelman (14:12) won the girls and boys divisions respectively. For the four-mile run, Aaron Kolterjahn paced the field with a time of 23:08 while Kayla Lehan won the women's race with a time of 29:20.


Click Here for Full Results for the 2019 Belgian Days Run


No official times were taken during the Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair Crown and Sash Dash in Luxemburg, but it was Tim Kowols and Jennifer Chaudoir taking home trophies in the 5K race.



Brewers rally to beat Giants 5-4

 Mike Moustakas, Jesus Aguilar and Keston Hiura hit successive doubles to help the Milwaukee Brewers turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 lead in the eighth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Miller Park Saturday. Huira then scored on Orlando Arcia’s sacrifice fly to make it 4-2.  While the Giants tied it up 4-4 in the ninth, Ben Gamel’s two-out, two-strike double to the wall in right field put it away giving the Brewers’ their second win in eight games.  Zach Davies notched his seventh win for the season.  The Brewers and Giants wrap up their three-game series at 1:10 PM Sunday afternoon at Miller Park.

Door County Baseball League has full Sunday slate

Kolberg takes on Baileys Harbor in Door County Baseball League action this afternoon.  Game time is at 1:30 PM. That will be a makeup game for cancellation in May due to wet fields. In the other Sunday matches Egg Harbor takes on Maplewood, Sister Bay is on the road to face Institute, and Washington Island will be at West Jacksonport.  Those games also start at 1:30 PM

Giants 10, Brewers 7 in ten innings

MILWAUKEE, WI(Ron Hawkins) -- Milwaukee Brewers took a brutal loss last night at Miller Park against the San Francisco Giants. It took 10 innings for the giants to put away the Brewers. Matt Albers surrendered a grand slam to Buster Posey to seal the Giant win.

DCL slate gets Friday night start

A night game in Institute kicks off the expanded weekend schedule of Door County Baseball League action.


Institute will host Maplewood Friday night for a 7:30 contest. On Sunday, Kolberg will host Baileys Harbor at 1:30 p.m. after wet fields in May forced a change in venue. Other 1:30 p.m. Sunday starts include Egg Harbor looking to keep the top spot in the league at Maplewood, Sister Bay hosting Institute, and Washington Island traveling to West Jacksonport.

Local teams prepare for annual Belgian Days baseball tournament

Twenty-five teams will take the field in Brussels this weekend as a part of the annual Big Dogs Tournament.


The teams will compete in five different division, ranging from eight-and-under to 12-and-under with a pair of games already occurring last night. Action will wrap up Sunday afternoon with field #1's last game beginning at 3 p.m. and field #2 at 2:45 p.m. The full schedule is below.



Fairest of the Fair prepares for annual Crown and Sash Dash

The Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair is inviting runners and walkers to pair their formal wear with athletic shoes this Saturday morning.


The annual Crown and Sash Dash takes participants on a looped course from the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg onto the Ahnapee Trail and through the streets of Luxemburg. Proceeds from the event go to support the Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair program. You can register in person at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds from 6:30 to 8 a.m. Saturday morning.




Stevenson gets action in Voyageurs' 2-2 draw

Former Clippers standout Jaden Stevenson got in the game late Thursday night for the Green Bay Voyageurs' 2-2 draw against the St. Louis Lions.


Stevenson got just about 15 minutes of action with a couple of touches to his credit. He was in the middle of the action late as a cross was deflected in the box, setting up Anthony Markanich for the tie-breaking goal in the 86th minute. The Voyageurs' lead would be short-lived as Charlie Checklace scored on a free kick in stoppage time to force the draw.


Local soccer fans still have two more chances to see Stevenson play this Saturday and Sunday tilts in Ashwaubenon at 7 p.m. 



Sturgeon Bay Little League All Star Game won by Team Blue

Caleb Plzak smacked a home run Wednesday night in the Sturgeon Bay Little All Star Game to lead Team Blue past Team Red 14-3. Brady Kita, Bryce Plzak, Drew Daoust and Landen Berg all had two hits for Team Blue as well. The game was played at Sunset Park.


Four Brewers play in All Star Game loss

All four Brewers eligible in the MLB All-Star Game played on Tuesday night in Cleveland. The American League defeated the National League 4-3. Christian Yelich led off the game and went 0-2 with the strikeout. Mike Moustakas and Yasmani Grandal both came off the bench to bat and play the field. Grandal had the most success of any Brewer as he walked and scored a run in the eighth inning. Brandon Woodruff got into the game on the mound and allowed a hit, a walk and a run in 2/3 of an inning. Grandal struck out against Aroldis Chapman to end the game.


The American League led the game from the second inning on after Michael Brantley doubled home Alex Bregman in the second inning off of Clayton Kershaw. Charlie Blackmon homered for the NL and Joey Gallo for the AL. Shane Bieber was named MVP in front of his home crowd. He struck out the side in the fifth inning.

Booyah Bats Explode in Offensive Outburst

The Green Bay Booyah dominated at the dish and scored a season-high 17 runs on Tuesday night in a 17-5 win over the Kalamazoo Growlers.


The offense was explosive from the start, scoring three runs in the first inning off of a three-run home run from Chris Williams. The Booyah never trailed in the game after they struck in the first frame.


At the plate, everyone found a way to get involved in the offense for the Booyah. Williams led all hitters by going 2-4 with two home runs and six total RBIs on the day. Nick Kreutzer produced in a big way on the offensive end as well, going 2-4 with the first-ever Booyah grand slam. Williams and Kreutzer now both have four home runs on the season. Joe Mason picked up three hits on the night, while also scoring three times.  Mike Ferri also produced at the plate, going 3-5 with two RBIs. In the nine spot, Mike Ruggiero continued to see the ball well, going 1-4 with two walks and two RBIs.


On the mound, Victor Santana went 4.2 innings, giving up five hits and four runs. Santana walked five Growler batters and struck out two, earning a no-decision. The win went to Jacob Paulishak, who spent 2.1 innings on the bump, striking out four and allowing one run. The victory was the first of the season for Paulishak. Also, out of the bullpen, Connor Spear and Jacob Buchberger each went one inning, giving up a combined one hit. Spear struck out two in his one frame.  


Green Bay looks to sweep the season series tomorrow against Kalamazoo at home. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m. and Nick Riggle takes the mound for the Booyah in his seventh start of the season.

Door County Co-op swept in Monday season finale

The Door County Co-op finished in third place overall in Sturgeon Bay Little League action after dropping a pair of games Monday. The team lost a pair of games to Nicolet Bank with the first matchup ending with Door County Co-op being shut out and no-hit by a 6-0 margin. Chase Haberli and Aaron Brey pitched and had 9 strikeouts combined in the loss. Door County Co-op lost the second game 3-2. Caden Pierre and Chase Haberli pitched and combined for 6 strikeouts in the loss. Aaron Brey and Luke Reinhardt each had a single and an RBI and Caden Pierre added a single.  Door County Co-op ended the season with a 7-5 record.

Sweep gives Lawn and Landscape Specialists Little League crown

A doubleheader sweep of the Red Room led to the Lawn and Landscape Specialists being crowned Sturgeon Bay Little League Champions Monday night.


In game one, Zach Krueger and Drew Daoust led Lawn and Landscape Specialists to a 3-1 victory thanks to their efforts on the mound. In addition, Daoust slugged a home run and Krueger hit a double in the win.


The pair also led Lawn and Landscape Specialists to a 10-5 victory in game two. In addition to keeping the Red Room's offense down, Daoust hit another homer and Krueger added two hits. Mason Paye also had a pair of hits and Owen Dannhausen got a double in the win.

Booyah shut out by Mallards

The Green Bay Booyah could not get the home cooking going as they were shut out by the Madison Mallards 3-0 Monday night.


Mallards pitching held the Booyah to just four hits during the evening with only two players getting as far as second base. Meanwhile Justice Bigbie and Drew Williams provided the offense for the Mallards with home runs.


The Booyah head to Kalamazoo for tonight's game against the Growlers.

Brewers All-Stars ready to roll

Five members of the Milwaukee Brewers will give local fans something to cheer about during this evening's MLB All-Star game in Cleveland.


After skipping last night's Home Run Derby due to back issues, Christian Yelich will start in left field and bat lead-off for the National League squad. Yasmani Grandal and Mike Moustakas will be available off the bench while Brandon Woodruff will have a chance to pitch. Woodruff was a late addition to the roster after All-Star closer Josh Hader had to pull out due to back issues.


Coverage of the MLB All-Star game will begin at 6:30 p.m. on FOX.

Snappers Break Rattlers with Twenty Hits

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers won the first two games of their three-game series with the Beloit Snappers at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium on exciting, late rallies.  There was no late rally on Monday afternoon as the Snappers compiled twenty hits to beat Wisconsin 11-2 in the final meeting of the season between the two in-state rivals.


Anthony Churlin drove in the first four runs of the game to give the Snappers the lead.  All four of his RBI came with two outs in an inning.  In the first inning, Churlin put Beloit up 2-0 with a two-run single.  In the third, Churlin hit a two-out, two-run home run off the scoreboard beyond the wall in left-center for a 4-0 lead.

The Snappers (31-54 overall, 4-13 second half) stole a run in the top of the fourth inning.  Max Schuemann was at second with one out.  Skyler Weber sent a deep fly to right-center for an out.  Schuemann tagged at second and never stopped.  He beat the throw to the plate to score the run and the Snappers were up 5-0.

Wisconsin (42-45, 11-7) loaded the bases in the bottom of the fourth inning and plated two runs to cut into the deficit.  Yeison Coca singled to left to get the first run home.  Leugim Castillo knocked in the second run of the inning with a sacrifice fly.  Little did anyone know that the hit by Coca would be the final hit of the game of the Timber Rattlers.

Beloit expanded their lead with three runs in the top of the sixth.  Nick Ward drove in the first run of the inning with a double to right.  Cobie Vance followed with a two-run single and the Snappers were up 8-2.

Ward, Vance, and John Jones, the top three hitters in the Beloit lineup, did the majority of the damage.  The trio combined for fourteen of Beloit’s twenty hits in the contest.  Ward and Jones each had five hits while Vance added four hits to the total.  

Beloit scored three times in the ninth.  Ward and Jones each had RBI singles.  The other Beloit run in the inning scored on a wild pitch.

Chase Cohen closed out the Rattlers.  He walked Gabriel García to start the sixth inning, but retired the final twelve batters of the game for his first save.

This was the second time in the last week that Beloit denied the Rattlers a three-game sweep.  Wisconsin won the first two games of the series at Pohlman Field on June 29 and 30 only to lose to the Snappers on July 1.  Wisconsin won the first two games of this series, but dropped the finale.

The last time Beloit had twenty hits in a game against the Timber Rattlers was on August 5, 2006.


The Timber Rattlers are off on Tuesday.  They return to action on Wednesday night with the first game of a three-game series against the Dayton Dragons at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.  Wisconsin has named Adam Hill (6-5, 3.78) as their starting pitcher.  The Dragons have scheduled Eduardo Salazar (4-1, 4.75) as their starting pitcher.  Game time is 6:00pm CDT. 

DCL Round-Up: Egg Harbor breaks up logjam with win

A three-run seventh inning gave Egg Harbor the win over Sister Bay and the top of the Door County Baseball League standings on Sunday.


Riley Spetz earned the win and had three hits in the Indians' 7-3 win over the Bays.


Maplewood scored four runs in the second inning and rode on the pitching prowess of Nick Brauer to a 9-2 win over Institute.


West Jacksonport swept Sunday's twinbill against Baileys Harbor, winning 9-5 and 6-4 respectively.


Kolberg avenged a loss on Saturday behind two hit days by Max Bordeau and Issac Berkley as they edged Washington Island 4-3.

Clipper alum Stevenson tallies assist in Voyageurs win

Former Clippers standout Jaden Stevenson provided the assist on what proved to be the game-winning goal in the Green Bay Voyageurs' 2-0 win Sunday over St. Louis.


Both tallies occurred late in the game's two halves with Stevenson providing the helper on Matteo Kidd's goal in the 43rd minute and Sam Thornton putting one in the back of the hoop

Gibraltar basketball finding success in summer action

Flying under the radar this summer is Gibraltar basketball, which is trying to build off the success of its first appearance in the sectional round in close to 40 years.

In a tournament held last month in Kaukauna, the Vikings won their pool before falling to Winnebago Lutheran in the championship. Their 4-1 record included wins against Columbus Catholic and Almond Bancroft, two top five teams in the state.

Brewers fall in first half finale

Three home runs were not enough to catapult the Milwaukee Brewers to the All-Star break on a winning note, losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 Sunday.


The Pirates had a 2-0 lead entering the fifth inning when Jesus Aguilar hit his seventh home run of the year. The Brewers would give that run right back when Brian Reynolds hit a ground rule double to drive in the Pirates' Adam Frazier. Aguilar and Reynolds would trade three-run homers in the seventh inning before Keston Hiura drove in the game's final runs on a two-run home run in the eighth to narrow the gap to 6-5.


A collection of Brewers will play in Tuesday's All-Star game before returning home to Miller Park to host the San Francisco Giants.

Booyah lose to Mallards

A seven run sixth inning for the Madison Mallards broke a two-game winning streak for the Green Bay Booyah as they lost 15-5.


The Booyah took a 3-1 lead in the top of the third inning thanks to a sacrifice fly and an error that brought Jarrett Ford and Nick Kreutzer around to score. The Booyah would give up seven unanswered runs before adding another two to their own ledger with a Blaise Maris home run. The Booyah committed six errors and had several passed balls, which led to many of the Mallards' seven runs in what proved to be a fatal inning for the Booyah.


The two teams face each other again tonight in Green Bay.

Two-Run Ninth Get Wisconsin a Walkoff Win over Beloit

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers trailed 3-0 and had just one hit through 5-1/2 innings on Sunday afternoon.  The offense got the wake-up call just in time as they rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Beloit Snappers at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Wisconsin put the game into the win column with a two-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning for their second straight win.

Santis Sanchez gave Beloit (30-54 overall, 3-13 second half) the lead with a solo home run in the top of the second inning.  Skyler Weber drove in another run in the second with a two-out double and the Snappers had a 2-0 lead.

Beloit added to their lead in the top of the fifth inning.  Devin Foyle drove in a run with a double.


Wisconsin (42-44, 11-6) struggled for the first five innings against Beloit starting pitcher Angello Infante, who retired fifteen of the first sixteen batters he faced.

The Rattlers got to Infante in the sixth inning.  Kekai Rios started the inning with a walk and Brice Turang doubled with one out to put runners on second and third with one out.  David Fry got Rios home with a sacrifice fly.  

Infante left the game after the Rattlers got on the scoreboard.  He allowed one run on two hits with one walk and four strikeouts over 5-2/3 innings to put himself in line for his first Midwest League win.

Wisconsin chipped away with an unearned run against reliever Brice Nightengale in the seventh inning.  Connor McVey drew a walk to start the inning and was at second with two outs.  Howell sent a grounder to the hole at short and beat the throw for an infield single.  A poor throw to first wound up in the Beloit dugout and McVey scored.

The Snappers had the bases loaded with one out in the top of the eighth inning, but failed to score as reliever Victor Castaneda got an inning-ending 3-2-3 double play.

In the bottom of the eighth, Turang walked and Fry singled with one out, but both were left stranded in scoring position when the inning ended.

Castaneda worked a scoreless top of the ninth to set the stage for the Rattlers completion of the comeback.

Gabriel García started the inning with a walk.  Howell singled through the right side of the infield for his third hit of the game and that sent García around to third base.  Rios, who was seeing his first action for the Rattlers since a start on June 14, was next and he delivered for Wisconsin.  Rios got García home with an infield single to the hole at short to tie the game 3-3.

Turang stepped to the plate with two outs, Howell at second, and Rios at first.  He fouled the first two pitches off and was quickly down in the count 0-2.  He fought back to run the count full and fouled off four straight payoff pitches.

Turang lined the eleventh pitch of the at bat to center for a single.  Howell raced home with the winning run and joined his teammates in chasing down Turang for a celebration in right field.

This was the third walkoff win of the season for the Timber Rattlers and their first since May 21.

The season series between the Rattlers and Beloit is even at 7-7 with one more game left to play between the in-state rivals this season.

The final game of the series is Monday afternoon.  Scotty Sunitsch (6-8, 3.84) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Beloit has named Joe DeMers (1-3, 4.88) as their starter.  First pitch is 12:05pm.

Bucs bounce Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers' struggles continued Saturday night as they fell 12-2 to the Pittsburgh Pirates.


Mike Moustakas got things off to a good start for the Brewers, slugging his 25th homer to give the team a 1-0. The Pirates would respond in the bottom half, scoring four runs on a collection of base hits. Yasmani Grandal's 19th home run would cut the lead in half, but that was where the Brewers' offense ended for the night, The Pirates would nine more times in the game, chasing starter Adrian Houser after just four innings.


The Brewers hope to capture the series finale in Pittsburgh this afternoon at 12:35 p.m.

Booyah sweep Rivets

A night after throwing a no-hitter, the Green Bay Booyah capped off their series sweep of the Rockford Rivets with a 7-3 victory Saturday.


After giving up the game's first run in the top of the second, the Booyah responded with single tallies in the second and third innings. The Booyah offense would then frustrate starting pitcher Jarrett Olson with three runs in the fourth inning. The Booyah would cap off their evening with a two-run home run by Brady West in the bottom of the fifth inning.


The Booyah travel to Madison this afternoon to face the Mallards.

Wisconsin Wins with Late Rally

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers let an early lead against the Beloit Snappers get away at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium on Saturday night.  Wisconsin recovered with three runs during a two-out rally in the bottom of the eighth inning to erase a 3-2 deficit on the way to a 5-4 victory over their in-state rivals.


After getting shut out on one hit Friday night at Kane County, the Timber Rattlers (41-44 overall, 10-6 second half) wasted no time getting hits and runs on the board in the first inning on Saturday.  Brice Turang started the inning by reaching on an error.  Jesús Lujano drove in Turang with a triple.  Gabriel García doubled with two outs to knock in Lujano for a 2-0 lead.

Beloit starting pitcher Reid Birlingmair allowed a pair of singles with two outs in the bottom of the second inning.  Then, he retired the final fourteen Rattlers he faced.

Justin Jarvis, the Wisconsin starter, pitched around four walks and a hit through five scoreless innings and turned the lead over to the bullpen.

The Snappers (30-53, 3-13) rallied to tie the game against reliever Max Lazar in the sixth inning.  Cobie Vance welcomed Lazar to the game with a double.  Logan Farrar singled to get Vance home for the first Beloit run of the game.  Devin Foyle followed with a triple to right and Farrar scored on the play to tie the game 2-2.

John Jones gave the Snappers the lead with a two out single in the top of the seventh inning.  He singled with two outs to score Max Schuemann from second base and Beloit was up 3-2.

Wisconsin got their first base runner since the second inning when Chad McClanahan drew a two-out walk in the bottom of the seventh inning against lefty reliever Josh Reagan, but McClanahan was caught trying to steal second for the final out.

Turang, who singled in the second inning before the hitless streak began, singled with one out in the eighth against Reagan to start the Wisconsin rally.  David Fry drew a walk to put two runners on base.  Lujano was next and he hit a high bouncer to second and the Snappers could only get the force play on Fry at second base.  That left runners on the corners with two outs and the right-handed Connor McVey coming to the plate and that was all for Reagan.

The right-handed Brandon Withers was brought into the game from the Beloit bullpen to face McVey, who was 2-for-3 against Withers this season.  McVey didn’t wait long.  He blooped a 1-0 pitch to center to get Turang home with the tying run.

García was next and he cracked a 3-2 pitch from Withers to left-center to get both Lujano and McVey home for a 5-3 Wisconsin lead.

The Snappers weren’t done.  Schuemann hit a one-out, solo home run in the top of the ninth against Tyler Gillies to cut the Wisconsin advantage to one run.  Gillies regrouped and retired the next two batters to close out the game for his first save in affiliated baseball.

Game two of the series is Sunday afternoon at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Wisconsin has Freisis Adames (2-0, 2.73) as their scheduled starting pitcher.  The Snappers will send Bryce Conley (3-4, 3.73) to the mound.  First pitch is scheduled for 1:05pm.

Voyageurs drop one in St. Louis

A short memory will be needed as the Green Bay Voyageurs dropped game one of its weekend slate against the St. Louis Lions 2-1. After a scoreless first half, Brandon Burton scored the Lions first goal just a minute in to make it 1-0. The Voyageurs quickly responded on a Sam Thornton goal. Josh Spotanski put the game out of reach later in the half to give the home Lions the win. 

The two teams battle again this afternoon at 2 p.m.

Brewers now have 23 inning scoreless streak

There were minimal fireworks in Cincinnati on July 4th as the Brewers and Reds combined for only one run. Unfortunately for the Brewers, the Reds scored the one and picked up another victory over Milwaukee. The Brewers have now been held scoreless in 23 consecutive innings and have lost three in a row. 


Luis Castillo dominated the Brewers lineup only allowing one hit and one walk while striking out nine in 7 2/3 innings. Milwaukee wasted a good start from Brandon Woodruff who only allowed one run in 6 innings and he struck out 6 Reds. 


The only run of the ballgame was scored in the first inning. Yasiel Puig drove home Jesse Winker with a single.


The Brewers will travel east to Pittsburgh for a three-game series with the Pirates starting on Friday night. First pitch is scheduled for 6:05.

Booyah pitching struggles in loss to Dock Spiders

The Green Bay Booyah could not hold down the Fond du Lac Dock Spiders offense down on July 4th. The final score was 15-2. Green Bay actually scored the first run of the game but it was all downhill from there. Joe Mason got an RBI double in the first. Zach Chappell and Connor Spear really struggled on the mound for the Booyah. Jacob Buchberger pitched a scoreless inning and picked up the other RBI for Green Bay on the day.


Green Bay starts a two-game home series against Rockford on Saturday.

Voyageurs Outshoot Des Moines in 0-0 Draw

Green Bay Voyageurs FC (3-3-3) outshot the Des Moines Menace but were unable to find the back of the net, forcing a 0-0 draw on Thursday afternoon at Capital Credit Union Park.


The Voyageurs dominated possession in the first half, but were only able to muster up one shot. In the second half GBVFC managed to fire off three more shots but were unable to pull ahead.


Goaltender Jamison Yoder made two saves to earn the draw for the Voyageurs. Green Bay outshot Des Moines 4-3.


Green Bay will square off with St. Louis Lions on Saturday (7/6) and Sunday (7/7) at Tony Glavin Soccer Park. The Voyageurs will wrap up the regular season with a string of three straight on home matches beginning on Thursday July 11 at Capital Credit Union Park.

Rattlers Declare Victory with Three-Run Ninth Inning at Kane County

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers scored three runs on one hit in the top of the ninth inning to rally past the Kane County Cougars on Thursday night at Northwestern Medicine Field.  Wisconsin’s 4-3 victory snapped a three-game losing streak and pulled them to within a game of the Cougars at the top of the second half Western Division standings.


Wisconsin (40-43 overall, 9-5 second half) took the early lead.  David Fry doubled and Jesús Lujano singled to put runners on the corners with one out in the top of the first.  Connor McVey was next and he dropped a bunt up the first line.  McVey was out, but Fry scored on the safety squeeze and the Rattlers had a 1-0 lead.


Wisconsin starter Adam Hill was in trouble in the third inning as the first two Kane County batters of the frame reached base.  He got out of the jam with a double play and a strikeout.


The Cougars (45-38, 10-4) loaded the bases with no outs against Hill in the fourth inning on two hits and a hit batsman.  Hill limited the damage and allowed just one run.  He got a 4-3 double play that scored a run and made a nice play on a drag bunt up the first base line to get the final out.


The Timber Rattlers offense went silent against Cougars starting pitcher Matt Tabor after a one-out single by Je’Von Ward in the second inning.  Tabor retired the final fourteen batters he faced.


Hill left after five innings and 89 pitches for Wisconsin.  He allowed one run on three hits with two walks, two hit batsmen, and five strikeouts.


Jose Herrera put Kane County up 2-1 in the bottom of the sixth when he lined a solo homer to right-center.  


Wisconsin reliever Tyler Gillies, gave up the homer and it was the first one he had allowed in 31 innings this season.  The home run also snapped his scoreless streak at eleven innings.  Gillies had not allowed a run since June 4 when he gave up three runs to the Cougars at Northwestern Medicine Field.


The Rattlers threatened to tie the game in the seventh and eighth innings against reliever Chester Pimentel.  In the seventh, Chad McClanahan walked with one out and Ward singled with two outs to put runners at the corners, but Pimentel got a strike out to end the threat.  In the ninth, Yeison Coca reached on an error to start the inning, but he was erased on a strike-‘em out, throw-‘em out double play.


Eduardo Diaz gave the Cougars an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth inning when he drilled an 0-2 pitch from Victor Castaneda over the wall in left for a lead-off homer and a 3-1 advantage.  The insurance run would not hold up for Kane County.


Wisconsin got to Pimentel in the ninth as Lujano singled and McVey walked.  Pimentel got the first out of the inning with a strikeout and left the game in favor of the newest Kane County pitcher, who also happened to be a very familiar face to the Timber Rattlers.


Jose Cuas, who was an infielder for the Rattlers in 2017 and a pitcher for Wisconsin in 2018 until he was released by the Milwaukee Brewers on July 10 of last year, had just joined the Cougars earlier in the day on Thursday.  He had been signed as a Minor League free agent by the Arizona Diamondbacks and had not allowed a run in 9-1/3 innings over seven outings for the Hillsboro Hops in the Northwest League prior to joining the Cougars.


Gabriel García was the first batter to face Cuas on Thursday and he drew a walk to load the bases.  Ward was next and he drew another walk to force in Lujano and cut the deficit to one run.


Brent Díaz fell behind in the count but lined a 1-2 pitch to right that was deep enough to score McVey with the tying run and get García to third base.  That turned out to be big when a pitch to Coca got away from Herrera at the plate to allow García to score the go-ahead run.


Castaneda went back out for the bottom of the ninth and walked Geraldo Perdomo to start the frame.  Castaneda came back to retire the next two batters on a flyout and a strikeout, but that brought Eduardo Diaz back to the plate.  Castaneda didn’t allow Diaz to repeat his eighth inning performance and closed out the game with a strikeout.


The final game of the brief series is Friday night at Northwestern Medicine Field.  Logan Gillaspie (2-4, 3.95) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Kane County will counter with Levi Kelly (3-0, 2.63).  First pitch is scheduled for 6:30pm.

Shortened season gives Brewers' Braun lifeline

For Ryan Braun fans, you might finally have a reason to thank COVID-19.


The Milwaukee Brewers staple for well over a decade told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel during the team's first workouts since March that the universal DH and shortened season may have extended his career out to 2021. Fewer games and less time out in the field could keep Braun fresh for what the Brewers hope will be a third straight season in the playoffs. The team has a $15 million option for 2021, but a lesser number may have to suffice if Braun wants to finish his career with the Brewers.  Braun and the Brewers are working through their summer camp schedule before the "regular" season begins at the end of the month.

Shortened season gives Brewers' Braun lifeline

For Ryan Braun fans, you might finally have a reason to thank COVID-19.


The Milwaukee Brewers staple for well over a decade told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel during the team's first workouts since March that the universal DH and shortened season may have extended his career out to 2021. Fewer games and less time out in the field could keep Braun fresh for what the Brewers hope will be a third straight season in the playoffs. The team has a $15 million option for 2021, but a lesser number may have to suffice if Braun wants to finish his career with the Brewers.  Braun and the Brewers are working through their summer camp schedule before the "regular" season begins at the end of the month.

Shortened season gives Brewers' Braun lifeline

For Ryan Braun fans, you might finally have a reason to thank COVID-19.


The Milwaukee Brewers staple for well over a decade told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel during the team's first workouts since March that the universal DH and shortened season may have extended his career out to 2021. Fewer games and less time out in the field could keep Braun fresh for what the Brewers hope will be a third straight season in the playoffs. The team has a $15 million option for 2021, but a lesser number may have to suffice if Braun wants to finish his career with the Brewers.  Braun and the Brewers are working through their summer camp schedule before the "regular" season begins at the end of the month.

Claflin gets D2 basketball offer

Southern Door basketball standout Ryan Claflin has received one of his first offers to play basketball at the next level


According to Prep Hoops Wisconsin on Twitter, the 6'6 senior forward has received an offer to play at NCAA Division II Northern Michigan University.


Claflin was one of three Southern Door players to receive all-Packerland Conference selections last season.

Brewers can't solve Gray, Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers' bats fell silent Wednesday night in Cincinnati as they lost to the Reds 3-0.


Jhoulys Chacin pitched well in six innings of work, only giving up a pair of runs. The Reds' Sonny Gray was just better, pitching eight shutout innings while striking out 12. Yasiel Puig dealt the game's big blows with two of the three RBI including a home run.

Green Bay Gets Win to Start Second Half

The Green Bay Booyah fought tooth and nail and found a way to get a 5-4 win over the Dock Spiders to open up the second half.


Fond du Lac scored first in the top half of the first inning after Tim Elko ripped an RBI single back up the middle to plate Charlie Maxwell. The Booyah, who had lost seven previous games, felt back in the same position coming back to bat in the bottom of the first.


Green Bay didn’t score in the bottom of the first, but they did pick up two runs in the second. Joe Mason led off the inning with a single, and Chris Williams followed by doubling over the left field wall to put runners at second and third. Jacob Buchberger brought in the first run of the day when he grounded out to plate Mason. The next batter for the Booyah, Jarrett Ford, took a 1-0 pitch to right field to bring in Williams and give Green Bay a 2-1 lead, and they never relinquished the lead after that.


At the plate, Blaise Maris led the way going 1-2 with a single, RBI, and two walks for Green Bay. Nick Kreutzer picked up an RBI on a single as well, going 1-3 on the evening. Jarrett Ford finished the day with two singles and an RBI, and Mike Ruggiero went 1-3 with a double and a run scored.


Tommy Miller picked up his second win of the season going six innings and giving up two earned runs. Miller improved his record to 2-1 on the season. Lefty Tanner Lane came out of the bullpen for Green Bay to pick up the six out save for the Booyah. Lane allowed one hit, and picked up one strikeout in route to his third save of the year.


Green Bay tries to stay on the winning path today on the road at Fond du Lac. Lefty Zach Chappell gets the start looking for his first win of the season. First pitch is set for 1:05 p.m.

Quad Cities Quiets Rattlers 4-0

 Felipe Tejada struck out eight over seven scoreless innings to pitch the Quad Cities River Bandits to a 4-0 victory over the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers on Wednesday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.


Quad Cities (52-26 overall, 9-3 second half) nearly scored in the second inning.  Michael Wielansky singled to right with runners at first and second and two out.  Chad McClanahan fielded the ball and fired to the plate to get the runner trying to score to keep the River Bandits off the board.

There was nothing anyone on the defense could do to keep the River Bandits from scoring in the third inning.  Austin Dennis hit a two-run home run to left and Quad Cities was up 2-0.

Quad Cities added to their lead in the sixth inning on RBI singles by David Hensley and Jonathan Lacroix.  That was more than enough for the team with the best record in the Midwest League.

Wisconsin (39-43, 8-5) managed two hits in the game.  McClanahan had a two-out single in the fourth inning and Gabriel García doubled to start the Rattlers seventh inning. 

Tejada gave up both hits and walked three for his fourth win of the season.  Scott Sunitsch was the starting pitcher for the Rattlers he struck out eight over five innings, but allowed three runs on nine hits to take the loss.

The Rattlers are 3-9 against the River Bandits this season.  Wisconsin has been shutout six times this season.  Quad Cities has shutout the Rattlers three of those times.


The Timber Rattlers are on the road for Independence Day with a game against the Kane County Cougars at Northwestern Medicine Field.  Adam Hill (6-5, 4.06) is the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  Kane County has named Matt Tabor (2-2, 2.62) as their starter.  First pitch is 6:30pm.

Sturgeon Bay middle school football parent meeting is Sunday

Parents of middle school-age students interested in playing football this fall are invited to attend a meeting on Sunday evening.  The Sturgeon Bay Clipper football program is hosting a parent player information meeting at 6:30 pm Sunday, July 7 at the T.J. Walker Middle School gym.  Anyone with questions can contact Andy Starr at (920) 493-3434.


Brewers go down in extras to Reds

The Brewers couldn't hold a 4-2 going to the seventh inning and fell to the Reds 5-4 in 11 innings. Christian Yelich, Eric Thames and Mike Moustakas each hit home runs for Milwaukee in the loss. The Reds' Joey Votto tied the game in the 8th with an RBI double off Brewers reliever Matt Albers. Cincinnati then won it in the 11th when Jose Iglesias singled with Yasiel Puig on first. A throwing error on Yelich allowed Puig to score on the play. The two teams will play again Wednesday night in Cincinnati for a 6:10 first pitch.

Ahnapee beats Gibraltar in Legion Baseball

Ahnapee's big second inning led them to a victory over Gibraltar in Legion Baseball action on Tuesday. All four of Ahnapee's runs were scored in the second frame and that was all they needed to knock off Gibraltar 4-1. Tyler Kroll pitched a complete game with 9 strikeouts. He also tallied three hits at the plate. Ahnapee got an RBI single from Charlie Neinas, a 2-run double from Isaac Berkley, and a run-scoring single by Adam Gutschow in that second inning. Other than that one bad inning, Luke Steebs was great on the mound for Gibraltar, pitching a complete game and only allowing 4 hits, all in the second inning.

Timber Rattlers Can't Solve Quad Cities in 4-2 Loss

The Quad Cities River Bandits erased an early 2-0 Wisconsin Timber Rattlers lead on their way to a 4-2 victory at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium on Tuesday night in the first game of a two-game series.


Chad McClanahan drove in the first run of the game with a two-out RBI double in the bottom of the first inning for a 1-0 lead.


Brice Turang made it 2-0 in favor of the Rattlers (39-42 overall, 8-4 second half) in the bottom of the third.  Turang single with one out and stole second.  A wild throw to second allowed Turang to head to third.  Then, an errant throw to third let Turang score.


Quad Cities (51-26, 8-3) came back to tie the game in the fourth and to take the lead in the fifth.  Austin Dennis and Cesar Salazar singled to start the fourth inning and put runners on the corners.  Alex McKenna singled to score Dennis and send Salazar to third.  David Hensley hit a sacrifice fly to get Salazar home with the tying run.  


In the sixth,. Michael Wielansky reached on a weakly-hit infield single.  Freudis Nova doubled to left to score Wielansky.  Dennis followed with an RBI single and the River Bandits were up 4-2.

Jose Alberto Rivera, the Quad Cities starting pitcher, gave up a one-out single to Gabriel García in the fourth inning before retiring the final eleven Rattlers he faced.  Rivera walked none and struck out five over seven innings for his fourth win of the season.


Freisis Adames pitched four scoreless innings of relief for the Timber Rattlers.  He gave up no hits and struck out four as he kept the Rattlers within striking distance.


The Rattlers put the tying runs on base in the ninth inning when McVey and David Fry drew walks to start the inning against Hunter Martin.  But, Martin worked through the jam to get the final three outs for his first save.


Wisconsin is now 3-8 in eleven games against the River Bandits, the team with the best record in the Midwest League.


The final game of the brief, two-game series is Wednesday evening.  Scott Sunitsch (6-7, 3.74) is the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  Felipe Tejada (3-0, 3.38) is set to start for Quad Cities.  Game time is 6:35pm.  


Enjoy Cher-Make hotdogs and 16-ounce Pepsi products for $1 as part of a Y100 Bang for Your Buck Night.  There are also 16-ounce domestic beers available for $2 to those of legal drinking age.   Stick around after the game for pre-Independence Day Fireworks display.

Berns coaches WBCA North All-Stars

Sturgeon Bay Clipper head manager John Berns coached his final games of the 2019 season over the weekend, leading the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association North All-Stars to a 1-2 record.


Berns and his fellow coaches from Valders had two days to work with the collection of all-stars made up of some of the best senior baseball players in Wisconsin. One of those players was Kewaunee's Daniel Stangel, who Berns says was a pleasure to get to know a little bit better.



Berns could not say enough about the entire experience.


As American Legion baseball continues this summer, Berns is already looking forward to his next campaign as the skipper for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team. 

Little League Round-Up: Lawn and Landscape, Red Room, Co-op score victories

Both Lawn and Landscape Specialists and Door County Co-op scored a pair of victories in Sturgeon Bay Little League action Monday.


From Door County Co-op coach Steve Haberli:

Door County Co-op won 2-games tonight. The first game ended with a walk-off home run by Aaron Brey in the bottom of the 4th to secure a 3-2 win over Kiwanis. Pitching for the Co-op, Aaron Brey and Chase Haberli combined for 7 strikeouts for the win. Hitting highlights include Aaron Brey slugging a single and a home run with  one RBI, Logan Schuh hitting a home run and one RBI, and Ben Ash knocking in  one RBI.


The 2nd game had Co-op winning over the Lions 12-2. Pitching for the Co-op, Logan Schuh and Eli Bell combined for 5 strikeouts for the win. Hitting stars include Sladon Asher knocking in one RBI, Aaron Brey adding a double and one RBI, Chase Haberli slugging a double and three RBI, Blake Neuville registering one RBI, Caden Pierre hitting a double and a home run for two RBI, and Harry Schartner collecting a single and  two RBI.


From Lawn and Landscape Specialists coach Jason Krueger

Lawn & Landscape Specialists won their first game over Nicolet Bank 9-3. Zach Krueger and Drew Daoust combined to get the victory for the team. Daoust hit two home runs while Zach Krueger, Mason Paye, Isaac Totoro and Paulie Gnabasik all got at least one hit.


Game two saw Lawn & Landscape Specialists squeak past Kiwanis 3-2.  Drew Daoust got the win on the mound and did most of the damage at the plate, hitting a home run and a single.


From Red Room coach Tony Scoville

Red Room shut out Lions 5-0 in their first game behind the arms of Brady Kita and Finley Lavine. The pair of pitchers combined for seven strikes and just one walk in four innings of work. Kita also had a good day at the plate with two RBI thanks to a single and double. Lavine, Mekhi Welch, and Landon Frank also each knocked in runs on hits.


Red Room followed that up with a 7-6 nailbiter. Kita had a home run and Hansen had an RBI single, but it was Dustin Merriman that got to play hero with a walk off, two RBI double to win the game.

Brewers rally past Reds to first place

The Milwaukee Brewers find themselves in first place after a five-run rally in the seventh inning helped them secure an 8-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.


Recently recalled Keston Hiura hit his sixth homer of the year to lead off the fifth inning before the Reds took a 3-1 lead in the sixth behind home runs from Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez. The fun started for the Brewers in the seventh inning thanks to a homer by Lorenzo Cain and RBI hits by Ben Gamel and Christian Yelich. After Suarez narrowed the lead to 6-5 with his second homer of the game, Yelich put it out of reach with his 30th home run of the year in the top of ninth to drive home Grandal.


The Brewers are back in action tonight in Cincinnati.

Voyageurs shutout WSA Winnipeg on Canada Day

The Green Bay Voyageurs ended Canada Day on a sour note for their hosts as they beat WSA Winnipeg 2-0.


Much like they did when WSA Winnipeg helped christen Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon, the Voyageurs got off to a fast start thanks to a goal by Antonio DeCastro in the tenth minute. It would not be until stoppage time in the second half before the Voyageurs would strike again behind the foot of Bradan Allen in the 93rd minute. 


The Voyageurs welcome the Des Moines Menace to town on July 4th.

Sturgeon Bay alum added to new Milwaukee soccer team

Wisconsin's newest soccer team will have some Sturgeon Bay flavor to it. In its third season, the Milwaukee Torrent announced it would Sturgeon Bay Clipper and Milwaukee Panther alum Reid Stevenson to its roster. Stevenson is the brother of current Green Bay Voyageurs member Jaden Stevenson. The Torrent will play its first NPSL game of the season when it hosts Miami United FC at Hart Park Stadium in Wauwatosa. 



Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestler sees growth in girls' sport

A Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestler got to see first hand this summer the potential the girls' sport has in store for the future.


Julia Gregory just wrapped her stint as one of the 127-lb wrestlers for Team Wisconsin at the inaugural 14U Girls National Dual tournament in Tulsa, Okla. On a team that went 6-0 on the weekend, Gregory picked up a pair of wins via a technical fall and fall. The eighth grader has been honing her skills ever since the Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol middle school team ended its season earlier this year, filling her schedule with camps, practices, and tournaments. One of those tournaments saw her taking seventh place at the USA Wrestling Women's Nationals Meet. Girls wrestling has exploded in the last three decades, going from just over 100 kids in 1990 to around 15,000 this year. Gregory says girls wrestling is becoming a bigger deal.

After taking a little time off after her stints at national meets, Gregory hopes to be able to attend at least one wrestling camp a month before the middle school season kicks off again this winter. You can listen to the full interview online with this story. 




Ahnapee offense explodes against Northern Door

An 11-run first inning put the game out of reach early for Ahnapee as they won 14-0 in five innings against Northern Door. 


Mitch Jackson led all hitters by going 3-3 in the contest. Tanner Degrave, Adam Gutschow, and

Max Bordeau each had two hits as well.


Anthony Jennerjohn got more than enough run support as the winning pitcher, going five innings with four strikeouts and allowing just one hit.


The Trailblazers are back in action on Tuesday when they travel to face Gibraltar at 7:30 p.m.

Thames unloads game winner against Pirates

The first half of the Milwaukee Brewers' season came to a dramatic end Sunday afternoon courtesy of Eric Thames' bat in a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.


Melky Cabrera drove in the game's first run with a single against Zach Davies in the first inning, a tally Davies would get right back himself with an RBI knock of his own to make it 1-1after four innings. It would stay that way until the eighth inning when Thames led things off with a solo home run. Jeremy Jeffress nailed things down in the ninth on a game-ending double play.


Things only got better after the game ended after a Cubs loss leaves both teams in first place while Josh Hader, Mike Moustakas, and Yasmani Grandal learned they would join teammate Christian Yelich for the 2019 MLB All Star Game next Tuesday in Cleveland.





DCL Round-up: Sister Bay, Egg Harbor keep pace

Sister Bay and Egg Harbor continued their winning ways Sunday to stay atop the Door County Baseball League standings for another week.


Tom Sawyer went deep for a home run and Chase Lindem kept the A's bats under wraps as Sister Bay shut out Baileys Harbor 7-0.


Egg Harbor used a four-run seventh inning to catapult ahead of Washington Island for a 5-1 victory.


An unearned run in the top of the 9th inning led to an important 2-1 victory for Maplewood over West Jacksonport.


Austin Dart's three hits including an home run helped Kolberg get out to a five-run lead before eventually beating Institute 5-1.



Tebon, Heinz, LeMieux, DeGrave, Brice Capture Thunder in a Bottle

Mother Nature helped provide the water this week for a track that proved to be very racy throughout an action packed evening of Friday Night Thunder at Luxemburg Speedway. Several new faces joined the weekly regulars in the pits, but would they find any success against the wily track veterans?

The Street Stocks would be the first class to answer the call to thunder. The 5W machine of last week’s winner, Nick Wunrow, would lead the field to the green and pace the opening circuits. It wouldn’t take long though for the Virlee Gunworks’ caution lights to fire off when the 32T of Becca Thiry got crossed up in turn four and was not able to get her car re-fired quickly enough prevent a yellow. The ensuing restart would see DeGrave lead Wunrow, Marcus Moede in the 9, and Eddie “The Eagle” Anschutz in the 71A back to the green. Moede would move quickly to 2nd and applied immediate pressure to the race leader. The pressure turned to contact in three and four that resulted in the 40D losing the handle and another caution would fly. Moede would be sent to the back with plenty of time to try and work through the field. The top four would now be; DeGrave, Wunrow, Anschutz, and the 46N of Chad Naze. DeGrave would pull away to a slight lead on the restart and leave Wunrow and The Eagle to battle for 2nd. The whole second half of the race would see the 71 and 5W battle back and forth for runner up. As laps wound down Wunrow would bobble slightly in turn three and move up the track opening just enough of a window for Anschutz to dive inside and take command of second until the checkers flew. The 111 car of Shannon Guelette would nip Naze for fourth. DeGrave earned a rewarding victory after breaking a transmission and blowing up a motor in consecutive nights last week.

The IMCA Northern Sport Mods would line up next to try and steal the thunder away from the rest of the classes. Randy LeMieux Jr. would find himself leading the field to green from the pole position, but would his 1JR machine have enough muscle to end there? The early laps would put that result in much doubt as LeMieux would face stiff competition from last week’s Luxy 500 winner, Troy “Snoot” DeGrave. DeGrave would move to the high side opening the door for Tailar Ness to duck down low and move into second. Meanwhile, back in the pack, the 14R car of Cody Rass moved past Chris Budzban into fourth as laps were ticking by. As the white flag flew Rass would be able to pick off DeGrave for third, Ness locked up second, and LeMieux would find himself parked in The Cobbler Shop Victory Lane.

Next on the docket for the evening was the IMCA Stock Cars who rolled out looking to earn the title of the class too tough to tame for another week. John Heinz must have slipped his 57H Mystery Machine a couple extra Scooby Snacks because he was able to power to the lead at the drop of the green. In a startling trend last week’s winner, Rob Waechter, would find himself sitting in second early on. A quick caution for the 33S of Zach Spangenberg would bunch up the field for a restart. Heinz would lead Waechter, the 2R of Dave Reinhardt, the 9K of Shawn Havel, and the 007 of Mike Carter back to the green. While Heinz and Waechter fell into line in first and second the field went three wide for third with Havel, Carter, and Reinhardt scrapping over the same piece of real estate. Havel would emerge from the scrum to lock down third but would not be able to hold on to it for long as Carter would find his way around the 9K after a handful of laps. The 99KK of Derek Moede had now worked his way into fifth and would engage in a side by side battle with Havel for fourth for the second half of the race. Havel would fend off the 99KK machine and come home fourth with Carter taking third, Waechter second, and Heinz would be unmasked by the gang as the winner.

The Sport Compact division would take to the track next to keep the excitement level building. The 07V of Cody Vinny would bull his way to the lead on the opening lap from his second row starting spot. He would face almost immediate pressure from the 5S car of Calvin Stueck and the 88B machine of Kevin Brice. Stueck would cut a right front tire and have to head down pit lane for service. This moved Brice comfortably into 2nd with the field battling behind him for third. A lap 8 caution would rerack the field with Vinny leading the way over Brice, the 21LM of Missy Clark, and the 76 Henry Neerdaels. Brice would stalk the leader until he found an opening to move up into P1. The 5S car of Calvin Stueck was able to rejoin the field and put on a show for the fans by going high, diving low, and even running off the back stretch to try and pass the 07V of Vinny but it was all for naught as Stueck was a lap down. Brice would hold on for the win in his first appearance of the 2019 season at Luxemburg while Vinny would finish second, Clark third, and Neerdaels would come home in fourth.

The Village Kitchen IMCA Modifieds would show why we save the best for last as the storm was brewing for an epic, thunder filled finish to the night. Kyle Kudick would jump to the lap one lead from his outside front row starting spot but it was far from uncontested as he had to throw his 4K machine three wide with the 19J of Justin Green, and the 21K of James Tebon to secure the top spot. Tebon would settle in to 2nd and the hard charging 20T of Brad Theys would find himself quickly sitting in 3rd. Theys would work the high side to move abreast of Tebon and managed to find the bite up top to move into the lead while Tebon was able to squeeze past Kudick as well to hold on to second. The 90J of Jeremy Jacobs and the 88L of Josh Long were able to move past the 4K after a brief battle. Back at the front Tebon moved inside of Theys with four to go while the 88L also moved inside of Jacobs to secure 3rd. With two laps to go Tebon was able to wrestle away the lead from Theys and looked to set sail to victory. Coming to the white flag Long would get past Theys to lock up second but by the time the lead trio came out of turn four to take the checkers they found themselves running three wide coming to the line. It was a photo finish that left the drivers wondering who won the dog fight until Tebon was handed the checkers for a victory lap. Theys would end up with second, Long third, and Jacobs had the best seat in the house finishing fourth in a race that was truly memorable.

Luxemburg Speedway will be back in action on July 5th as we celebrate our country’s independence with fireworks in the sky after the fireworks on the track. Be sure to join us next week for the next edition of pulse pounding Friday Night Thunder!

20 LAP STREET STOCK FEATURE: Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg, WI.; Ed Anchutz, Two Rivers, WI.; Nick Wunrow, Denmark, WI.; Shannon Guelette; Chad Naze; Green Bay, WI.

HEAT 1) DeGrave; Wunrow; Jake Burt, De Pere, WI. 2) Anschutz; Marcus Moede, Algoma, WI.; Guelette

20 LAP IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE: Randy LeMieux Jr., Brussels, WI.; Tailar Ness, Abrams, WI.; Cody Rass; Troy DeGrave; Chris Budzban, Luxemburg, WI.

HEAT 1) DeGrave; Craig Dorner, Brussels, WI.; Vince Engebregtsen, Algoma, WI. 2) Ness; LeMieux; Budzban

20 LAP IMCA STOCK CAR FEATURE: John Heinz, Green Bay, WI.; Robert Waechter, Ellisville, WI.; Mike Carter, Greenleaf, WI.; Shawn Havel, Algoma, WI.; Derek Moede, New Franken, WI.

HEAT 1) Heinz; Moede; Havel 2) Waechter; Dave Reinhardt, Fish Creek, WI.; Dave Bouche, Algoma, WI.

15 LAP SPORT COMPACT FEATURE: Kevin Brice, Oconto, WI.; Cody Vinny, Manitowoc, WI.; Missy Clark, Luxemburg, WI.; Henry Neerdaels, Greenleaf, WI.; Dalas Topel

HEAT 1) Calvin Stueck, Clintonville, WI.; Brice; Topel 2) Clark; Neerdaels; Joey Krentz, Denmark, WI.

20 LAP VILLAGE KITCHEN IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE: James Tebon, Algoma, WI.; Brad Theys, Suamico, WI.; Josh Long, Little Suamico, WI.; Jeremy Jacobs, Luxemburg, WI.; Lucas Lamberies, Clintonville, WI.

HEAT 1) Tebon; Long; Jay Matthais, Green Bay, WI. 2) Lamberies; Greg Gretz, Kewaunee, WI.; Theys



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