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Door County United takes fourth in swimming invite

Door County United's Abi Schauske was able to grab some hardware during Saturday's Plymouth Panther Invitational as the team took fourth place.


Schauske joined Maggie Ripp, Kailee Moe, Stella Serafico on the second-place 200-meter medley relay that just finished behind Oregon with a time of 2:00.79. She found silver in the 200-meter individual medley and 100-meter butterfly.


Door County United will next host Wittenberg-Birnamwood at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA at 6 p.m. Tuesday. 

Local matchups highlight football radio slate

Two games with local interest will highlight the games broadcasted by the radio stations of this Friday night.


Southern Door and Kewaunee will meet for the first time since last year's Level 2 playoff matchup that saw the Storm come away with a victory on 102.1 MORE FM.


Gibraltar hits the road to face new eight-man football stalwart Algoma on 105.1 The Viking.


Luxemburg-Casco will celebrate its homecoming with a meeting against Denmark on 96.7 WBDK.


Sevastopol will also host its homecoming celebrations when it meets Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on 104.1 WRLU.





Soccer preview: Packerland Conference kicks off week

The final day of September was made for Packerland Conference soccer as area teams jockey for potential seeding in the state playoffs.


Local matches include Gibraltar/Sevastopol heading to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, Algoma traveling to Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay playing at Stockbridge, and Kewaunee hosting Shawano Community for parent's night. All matches begin at 4:30 p.m.

Golf meet canceled due to course conditions

You can blame it on the rain when it comes to local high school golf action being canceled Monday.


Luxemburg-Casco was supposed to host Green Bay Southwest, Sturgeon Bay, Oconto, Seymour, and Shawano Community at Northbrook Country Club Monday afternoon. Course conditions forced the Spartans to cancel the meet. It was supposed to be one of the final tune-ups of the season before regionals on Wednesday in Little Chute.

Brewers swept into playoffs

The Milwaukee Brewers lost their third straight game Sunday afternoon in another heartbreaker, a 4-3 loss to the Colorado Rockies.


The Brewers scored the first three runs of the game, the first two coming in the top of the first inning on a Yasmani Grandal two-run homer followed by a Hernan Perez solo shot in the sixth. The Rockies would tie the game thanks to single tallies in the seventh, eighth, and ninth innings. Both teams had their chances in the subsequent extra innings, but a wild pitch by Jake Faria brought home the Rockies' Sam Hilliard for the winning run. 


The Brewers will still head east despite the Cardinals closing the book on their division hopes with a 9-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Instead of Atlanta, they head to Washington D.C. where they will face Max Scherzer and the Nationals in the winner-take-all Wild Card game. Brandon Woodruff will pitch for the Brewers on Tuesday beginning at 7:08 p.m.

Kewaunee football doubles up Omro

The Kewaunee High School football team did their part to make sure it was a memorable homecoming week, beating Omro 26-13. The Storm are now 5-1 on the season. Quarterback Ryan Carmichael was 7/12 for 161 yards with a touchdown and an interception. The touchdown went to Benjamin Heim for 92 yards in the fourth quarter which made it 26-7 at the time. Kewaunee's other touchdowns were scored on an Owen Kudick 4-yard run, a Jack Severin 3-yard scamper, and a 32-yard trot from Carmichael. Kewaunee visits Southern Door Friday night.

Southern Door volleyball goes 3-4 in Milwaukee

Southern Door High School volleyball began the Lynn Laporte SPRAWL qualifier in Milwaukee on a rough note. The Eagles fell in straight sets to Slinger 17-25, 16-25 and Indian Trail 21-25, 18-25. The team had a shot to run the table after that. They came up short in two matches that went three sets losing to Nicolet 25-23, 25-27, 6-15 and Sheyboygan North 20-25, 25-23, 10-15. 

Southern Door's victories were against Homestead 25-20, 25-11, Muskego 25-21, 25-18 and Homestead 25-18, 25-14. 

Kendra Dantoin had 59 kills and Carissa Bartels added 42 to pace the offense. Jackie Atkins was a force on the back line defensively with 82 digs. Nicole Norton led the team in assists with 113.


Three varsity soccer matches Monday

Area soccer teams are all on the road Monday in Packerland conference action. Algoma travels to Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay visits Stockbridge, and Gibraltar/Sevastopol will be at NEW Lutheran. 

Algoma and Sturgeon Bay are both playing great soccer right now. Algoma defeated Stockbridge 4-0 in their last game. Sturgeon Bay pitched two shutouts last week, 8-0 against Luxemburg-Casco and 6-0 at Appleton Xavier.

Punt Pass & Kick competition cancelled

Due to weather conditions the annual Knights of Columbus Punt, Pass & Kick competition has been cancelled.   The local competition for all your boys and girls ages 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 has not been rescheduled.

The contest was to be held on Sunday, September 29 at Noon on the Sturgeon Bay High School Football practice field on Michigan Street.

Sevastopol volleyball wins Algoma Invitational

Sevastopol High School varsity volleyball made a statement on Saturday winning the Algoma Invitational. The Pioneers and the host Wolves met earlier in the season with Algoma sweeping that match three sets to zero. Sevastopol got their revenge Saturday 25-23, 15-25, 26-24. The Pioneers tallied three other wins Saturday, all in straight sets. They defeated Mishicot 25-18, 25-14. Sevastopol downed Two Rivers 25-18, 25-11. The Pioneers also knocked off Reedsville 25-7, 25-14. 

Mya Ploor led the team with 39 kills, Sam Differt had 14 ace serves and Sasha Laaksonen generously served up 82 assists in the four matches. Defensively, Rebekah Andreae stood tall with 14 blocks. Sevastaopol improved to 11-7 on the season overall.


Badgers defense remains impressive in win

Wisconsin football beat Northwestern 24-15 at Camp Randall Stadium Saturday but it wasn't the prettiest. The defense actually scored more points than the Badger offense. Quarterback Jack Coan was a pedestrian 15/24 for 113 yards and an interception. Running back Jonathan Taylor didn't have the holes he was provided against Michigan last week but still fought for 119 yards on 26 carries. Taylor punched it in on fourth down on the opening possession from 13 yards out for his lone TD of the day. Collin Larsh provided a 36-yard field goal and the other two scores came from the defensive unit. Northwestern scored 12 of its 15 points in the fourth quarter in a comeback attempt.

Brewers fall in ten innings

Milwaukee looked to be a shoe-in for a NL Central Division tie after seven innings Saturday. The Brew Crew were up 2-0 thanks to an Eric Thames solo homer in the fifth and an RBI from Orlando Arcia two innings later. Starter Gio Gonzalez and three relievers had combined to allow just six hits. Things changed late. The Rockies got single runs in the eighth and ninth off Drew Pomeranz and Josh Hader via home run. Hader suffered his seventh blown save of the year when Sam Hilliard hit a pinch-hit bomb with Colorado down to their final out. Colorado shortstop Trevor Story ended the game leading off the bottom of the tenth with another home run. St. Louis lost too so the Brewers are still just one game back in the Central but Sunday is the final day of the regular season.

Packers clipped by Eagles Thursday night

A big second quarter and several Green Bay miscues helped propel Philadelphia to a win over the Packers at Lambeau Field Thursday night. The Pack led 10-0 when Miles Sanders returned a Mason Crosby kickoff to the Green Bay 34. Philadelphia took five plays to get to end zone capping the drive with a Carson Wentz pass to Alshon Jeffery. After Green Bay went up 13-7, the ensuing kickoff went out of bounds giving Philly the ball at its own 40 yard line. That drive resulted in a touchdown. The Eagles last touchdown drive of the first half was just 17 yards after an Aaron Rodgers fumble. The average starting field position for the Philadelphia offense on those drives was the Green Bay 37.

Philadelphia led 34-27 in the fourth quarter and it looked like Rodgers was going to lead another comeback. The Pack took over on their 11 yard line. For almost five minutes Green Bay moved methodically down the field until 2nd and Goal from Philadelphia's three. Rodgers was intercepted in the end zone, effectively ending the game. The Eagles rushing defense is stingy so most of Green Bay's damage came in the passing game. Rodgers was 34-53 for 422 yards, two scores with a costly interception and fumble lost. Davante Adams was Rodgers' favorite target hauling in 10 catches for 180 yards. The Packers outgained the Eagles 491 yards to 336 in the losing effort.


Brewers lose to Colorado Friday night

Milwaukee dropped the first game of a weekend series at Colorado, 11-7. The Rockies made the most of their scoring opportunities. Colorado pounded out a seven-run sixth inning and three more in the seventh. Milwaukee finished the game with three more hits than Colorado but fell short on the scoreboard. Rockies pinch hitter Ramiel Tapia provided the dagger with a grand slam. 

The Cardinals also lost, falling 8-2 to the Chicago Cubs in St. Louis. That means the Crew still trail in the NL Central by one game.


Volleyball preview: Algoma Invitational

Algoma High School volleyball hosts five schools Saturday including Sevastopol. Other teams participating are Crivitz, Mishicot, Reedsville, and Two Rivers. 

Algoma has lost its last two matches in straight sets. The final score from Thursday against NEW Lutheran was 14-25, 19-25, 23-25. Sevastopol swept the Stockbridge Invitational Tuesday night defeating Stockbridge and St. Thomas Aquinas.

Sevastopol defense leads team to victory

Last week the Sevastopol High School football offense exploded for 38 points in the second half and this week it was the Pioneer defense leading them to victory. Sevastopol shut out Gillett in the first half and then had two big red zone stops in the second half. The Pioneers defeated the Tigers 16-6 in a game broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and


Sevastopol scored both of their touchdowns in the second quarter. Triston Beauchamp threw a 30 yard touchdown to Logan Beyer and an 18 yarder to Spencer Evenson on a fourth down play. They converted both of their two point conversions. Gillett finally got on the board on the first drive of the third quarter. The Tigers' freshman quarterback Derek Block ran for a touchdown.

Sevastopol mostly went to a ball-control clock-killing offense in the second half.


The Pioneers have now won two in a row after beating Wausaukee 46-34 last week. They'll go for their third straight victory next Friday when they host Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas. The game will be on 104.1 WRLU and with the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.


Gibraltar runs past Lena/STAA on 105.1 The Viking

Primarily known as a passing football team, the Gibraltar Vikings rushed for 262 yards in its 38-14 win over Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Friday night on 105.1 The Viking. 


A big factor why was because of the weather, which dumped rain on the area on either side of Gibraltar's homecoming parade before clearing up prior to kickoff. The Vikings scored a pair of rushing touchdowns in the first quarter on a handoff to Alex Laughlin and a quarterback keeper by Luke Steebs. It was through the air that Steebs registered his second touchdown, a 20-yard fade to Dominic Krauel to send the Vikings into halftime up 18-0. Laughlin would add two more rushing touchdowns in the third quarter, one a nonchalant six-yard score and another on a 24 yard busted flea-flicker play. The Vikings got their only two-point conversion on a busted play as well as Alex Laughlin recovered a high snap as the team's kicker and found Brandon Stillman for the score. Steebs reached the end zone one last time on a four-yard touchdown run before the Titans got on the scoreboard with a pair of touchdowns in the game's final minutes. 


The Vikings head into next week's showdown against Algoma with a 5-1 record, matching last year's six game start. That game will be able to be heard on 105.1 The Viking.


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Algoma football spoils Sturgeon Bay homecoming

The Algoma High School football team entered Friday night playing their best football of the season, shutting out their last two opponents. Algoma did not get the goose egg against Sturgeon Bay but they coasted to a 52-10 win. Sturgeon Bay did all its scoring in the fourth quarter including a safety of backup Wolves quarterback Kaden Vardon. The Clippers touchdown was a 7-yard pass from Anthony Jennerjohn to receiver Drew Price. Price worked out of the left slot, crossing the middle of the field towards the right hash while catching the ball in stride.

Algoma has several big-play threats but Friday it was Carter Zimmerman who stole the show. #10 had five touchdown runs in the first half including scampers of 45, 35, and 20 yards. Sturgeon Bay's defense had Algoma in third-and-long situations early on but couldn't get off the field. Then things snowballed. Algoma went up 52-0 on the first play of the second half before putting things in cruise control.

Spartans cruise to 52-13 win over Oconto Falls on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans dominated the Oconto Falls Panthers 52-13 Friday night in a North Eastern Conference football game in Oconto Falls.  The Spartans scored on their fourth play from scrimmage on a 51-yard run by Matt Cravillion and never looked back.  L-C scored five touchdowns in the second quarter and took a commanding 49-0 lead into halftime.  Cravillion ran for three scores and passed for two others as the senior had a huge night.  He finished with 107 yards rushing on 12 carries all in the first half.  Running back Reece Worachek added two rushing scores. 

John Larson kicked a 26-yard field goal in the third quarter to finish the scoring for the Spartans.


The Panthers (0-6, 0-6 overall) could only manage two fourth quarter scores to prevent a shutout.


The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans (2-3, 3-3 overall) will now return home next week to play the Denmark Vikings in the Spartan’s homecoming game.  Pregame will be at 6:30 pm with kickoff at 7 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM. 


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)



Volleyball recap: Sweeps dominate evening

It was sweep or get swept in Thursday night volleyball action in the high school ranks.


Gibraltar was able to take three straight sets from Kewaunee to earn the victory.


Sturgeon Bay battled tough in its three-set loss to Oconto.


Algoma fell in straight sets to NEW Lutheran.


Southern Door was the exception the rule, going the distance against Peshtigo to win 3-2.


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Cross country recap: Stenzel, Dean shine in Mishicot

Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel and Southern Door's Sam Dean used a fast course in Mishicot to earn top 10 finishes in the Jim Bremser Invitational.


The area's seven teams were spread out relatively evenly between the small and large school divisions. Luxemburg-Casco girls and Kewaunee's boys were the top local teams in the large school division while Sevastopol's girls and Southern Door's boys boast the top squads in the small school race. Full race results broken down by school can be found at or by clicking on the individual school below.













Gibraltar football streaks into homecoming game on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to match last year's 5-1 start when it hosts Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Friday night for its homecoming game on 105.1 The Viking.


The Vikings have won four in a row since its opening week loss to Florence, including last week's slugfest against NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation 50-38. Lena/STAA is still looking for its first win of the season after losing to Three Lakes last week 57-18, which was by far their highest scoring output of the year. Both teams like to funnel their offense through their quarterbacks with the Vikings' Luke Steebs and Lena's Colby Borchardt among their team's leaders in passing and rushing yardage. 


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



Spartans travel to Oconto Falls on WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco Spartan football will travel to Oconto Falls Friday night to take on the Panthers in a North Eastern Conference matchup.  The Spartans (2-2, 2-3 overall) are coming off a big 48-13 drubbing of Clintonville last week while Oconto Falls (0-5, 0-5 overall) will be looking for their first win after falling to Fox Valley Lutheran 45-14.  The pregame is set for 6:30 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM with kickoff scheduled for 7 pm.  The game will also be streamed live on


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from last week's game against Clintonville)   


In other 11-man football action Friday night, Kewaunee hosts their homecoming game against Omro. Southern Door has a bye week.

Sevastopol wants second straight win on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol football wants to keep the good times going after picking up their first victory last week 46-34 over Wausaukee. The Pioneers will look for their second straight win on Friday night when they travel to Gillett for a conference matchup. The Tigers, like Sevastopol earlier this season, got walloped by Florence last week by a final score of 54-6.


Sevastopol will need a similar performance from Spencer Evenson Friday that they got last week when he rushed for over 200 yards and two touchdowns and returned a kickoff for a touchdown.


The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and at Pregame will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Brewers win again, sweep Cincinnati

Ho-hum, another seven-game winning streak for the Brewers as they swept the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ballpark Thursday afternoon. The Crew broke it open with a four-run fourth inning. Reds starter Luis Castillo walked the bases loaded before a two-out double from Milwaukee shortstop Orlando Arcia. Arcia sent a line drive to the gap in left-center that took a lucky bounce off the tip of Josh VanMeter's glove and fell to the ground. Arcia scored on a double from outfielder Ben Gamel. That made it 5-1 and the Brewers held on. Milwaukee starter Chase Anderson had another great outing. He went five innings giving up five hits and only one earned run. 

Milwaukee clinched a postseason berth yesterday but there is still a ton to decide and the 5-3 victory helps on multiple fronts. It guarantees Milwaukee at least keeps pace with Washington. The Crew entered Thursday a game back for the first Wild Card position in the National League. That determines home-field advantage for the one-game Wild Card playoff slated for next week. Milwaukee is 49-32 at home this season so playing a winner-take-all contest at Miller Park would tip the odds in favor of the Brewers. St Louis was off meaning Milwaukee is now only a game back of the Central Division leader. St. Louis plays the Cubs in the final weekend. Milwaukee is at Colorado. The Cubs have 14 more wins on the season than the Rockies. A one-game deficit is surmountable given the schedule.


Sturgeon Bay football hosts Algoma for homecoming

Sturgeon Bay football looks for a homecoming victory with the Door County Medical Center pregame at 6:30 and the kickoff at 7 PM Friday on 103.3 The Clipper. Sturgeon Bay enters the game 0-3 but they haved faced stiff competition in their abbreviated 2019 schedule. The Clippers have already matched up against Oakfield and Wisconsin Heights who are ranked in the Top 10 in the state for 8-player football. 

Algoma is 4-1 so far in 2019 and has given up no points in the past two games. Sturgeon Bay put up 38 in a losing effort last week. The Clippers will need to find ways to score in a similar fashion Friday night to get a win.


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Swimming, golf, and tennis all in action

Swimmers, golfers, and tennis players alike are all in action Thursday night ahead of weekend competitions.


The Door County co-op team will host Clintonville in a 6 p.m. at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA. 


Kewaunee tennis looks for its second win of the season when it travels south to visit Kiel for a 4:30 p.m. meet. 


Sturgeon Bay will head to Mid Vallee Golf Course in De Pere for a JV invitational this morning.

Volleyball preview: Packerland conference foes battle

Local teams in the Packerland Conference will take on each other in Thursday volleyball action.


Gibraltar hosts Kewaunee for its parents night while everyone else boards a bus for their matches. That includes Southern Door heading to Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay playing at Oconto, and Algoma traveling to NEW Lutheran. Sevastopol has off until Saturday when it plays in the Algoma Invitational. Thursday matches begin at 7 p.m.

Soccer preview: Full slate on tap for Thursday

Area soccer teams are jockeying for position in their respective conference ahead of Thursday's games.


Luxemburg-Casco looks to rebound from its disappointing match against Sturgeon Bay when it travels to Wrightstown to face the Tigers at 4:30 p.m. Speaking of the Clippers, they also head south for a 4:30 p.m. date in Appleton with Xavier. Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play their homecoming match in Fish Creek against conference foe Peshtigo for a 6:30 p.m. first touch. Algoma and Kewaunee stay home for a 4:30 p.m. matches as they host Stockbridge and NEW Lutheran respectively. 



Cross-country preview: Area teams head to Mishicot

Every cross country program in Door and Kewaunee Counties will race Thursday afternoon when Mishicot hosts the Jim Bremser Invitational.


Thirty-three squads including Algoma, Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol, and Gibraltar will all compete when the first gun fires at 3:30 p.m., albeit the Spartans and Clippers will likely compete separately from the smaller local schools.  Area runners captured small school titles last year with Gibraltar alum Evan Henry and Sevastopol junior Olivia Stenzel capturing first place in their respective races.


More coverage: 

Culver's Student-Athlete of the Week: Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel

L-C's Joniaux bridges wrestling season with cross country

Brewers clinch playoff berth

A Ryan Braun grand slam was all the help the Milwaukee Brewers needed to clinch its second playoff berth in as many seasons with a 9-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.


Braun's blast made it 4-0 before the Reds even had a chance to get comfortable, and thanks to an Eric Thames' home run and an RBI groundout by Trent Grisham it was 6-0 before they even grabbed a bat.  Keston Hiura matched Eugenio Suarez's 49th home run with one of his own in the second inning. Yasmani Grandal joined the RBI parade with a double in the third and Trent Grisham added the final tally when he got hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.


With a playoff spot clinched, it is just a matter if they play the Washington Nationals in a one-game-take all matchup for the right to play the Los Angeles Dodgers or if they get spared the extra game and face the Atlanta Braves in the National League Divisional Series. 

Algoma football looks to spoil Clipper homecoming

Fresh off back-to-back shutouts the Algoma Wolves travel to Sturgeon Bay to face a team that put up 38 points last week. Sturgeon Bay is 0-3 on the season but they are making noticeable improvements week-to-week. This will be a tougher test for Algoma than the Williams Bay Bulldogs provided on Saturday. Head Coach Wade Vandervest says it is important to not get caught in the hoopla of an opponent's homecoming.


Algoma defeated Sturgeon Bay in the final week of the regular season in 2018, the last 11-man football game for both programs. The final score that night was 44-0. 


Kewaunee back on the gridiron hosting Omro

After picking up a forfeit victory last week, Kewaunee football is back under the lights on Friday. Head Coach Randy Charles said the impromptu bye week was a great chance for his team to get back to basics. Omro comes into the game at 1-4 but Charles says that's misleading.


The Foxes are a physical team that keep the ball on the ground. Omro has run for over 1,000 yards on the season in total. Junior quarterback Ben Wellhoefer has 577 of those to lead the team. Omro has turned the ball over often, six fumbles and two interceptions. If Kewaunee can be opportunistic on defense Friday they have the chance to win their sixth in a row.


Carter leads Sturgeon Bay golf

Sturgeon Bay's Katy Carter was the best golfer of the four at Wander Springs Golf Course by one shot on Tuesday. She shot a 102 while Sarah Bridenhagen shot a 103. Ava Carmody had a 122 while Alayna Corbiser contributed a 125.


It was a Bay Conference matchup and West De Pere had the lowest score among the teams with four golfers shooting 401. Sturgeon Bay shot a 452.

Volleyball recap: L-C, Sevastopol both winners

Luxemburg-Casco won a conference matchup while Sevastopol picked up two wins on Tuesday.


The Spartans knocked off Wrightstown 3-0 on their home floor. The scoring went 25-8, 26-24 and 25-20.


Sevastopol swept Stockbridge and St. Thomas Aquinas at the Stockbridge Invitational. Both matches were two sets to zero finals.


Algoma, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door will all be back on the court on Thursday.

Soccer Recap: Sturgeon Bay knocks of L-C

Two local teams faced off against each other on Tuesday night while another went on the road for a non-conference matchup.


Luxemburg-Casco went north to Sturgeon Bay and it was not a fun trip for the Spartans. The Clippers won 8-0 on their home field.


Kewaunee played a non-conference game at Omro and took an 11-1 loss.


Algoma, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar/Sevastopol, and Luxemburg-Casco will all be in action on Thursday.

Brewers magic number down to 1

With the Brewers continuing to roll and the Cubs continuing to free-fall the Brewers are just one win away from clinching a Wild Card spot. Milwaukee won at Cincinnati 4-2 behind a great performance from the bullpen and Ryan Braun's home run. Pittsburgh knocked off the Cubs 9-2. The Brewers magic number is down to 1 which means one Brewers win or one Cubs loss will clinch a playoff berth. The worst the Brewers can finish now is in a tie for the second Wild Card spot with five games left for both teams.


Brent Suter, Drew Pomerantz and Josh Hader combined to pitch six shutout innings in relief on Tuesday after starter Adrian Houser allowed two runs in the first inning. Ryan Braun hit a solo homer in the second inning and the Brewers took the lead for good in the third. Yasmani Grandal's RBI double and Keston Hiura's sac fly drove home the runs in that inning. Milwaukee would add an insurance run in the ninth.


The Brewers can clinch a playoff spot Tuesday night in Cincinnati with the first pitch coming at 5:40.

Powder Puff football games dot homecoming weeks

It is the time of the year where the girls get to show what they can do on the football field in the spirit of friendly competition.


Kewaunee hosted their powderpuff games Monday night, just about a week after Southern Door hosted their annual matchups between its classes during their homecoming festivities. In that game, the Eagles' junior and senior teams tied for the title.


This week's remaining games will showcase Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday night. Gibraltar opts for a volleyball tournament, which takes place Tuesday night. 


Algoma and Luxemburg-Casco have their homecoming activities slated for next week.




Picture courtesy of Kewaunee School District





Homecoming football games highlight Friday's radio slate

Homecoming is the theme for two of the broadcasts this Friday night on the radio stations of


In Fish Creek, Gibraltar hopes to run their season record to 5-1 in front of its homecoming crowd when it battles Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on 105.1 The Viking.


Sturgeon Bay hopes it will be able to find more games after its homecoming game against Algoma on 103.3 The Clipper.


Sevastopol hits the road to play at Gillett on 104.1 WRLU while Luxemburg-Casco hops on its own bus to face Oconto Falls on 96.7 WBDK.


Southern Door has the week off and Kewaunee plays at home Friday night against Omro.

Washington Island thankful for partnership with Gibraltar

With a district student population of under 100, the opportunities to participate in interscholastic sports is a little tough to do on Washington Island.


The Bucks only field teams in four sports: equestrian, trap shooting, cross country, and basketball. Athletes wanting to do more must arrange their schedules to hop on the ferry to head to Gibraltar for games and some practices while working with island coaches when they are unable to make the trip. Washington Island principal Michelle Kanipes is thankful for the opportunities Gibraltar athletic director Peggy Tanck and Gibraltar Area Schools are able to provide.




Upcoming Washington Island sporting competitions include the Wisconsin Interscholastic Horsemanship Association State Finals October 25th through 27th in Madison.

Volleyball preview: Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar host charity matches

Two teams in two counties will play for one cause Tuesday night in local volleyball action.


In Fish Creek, Gibraltar's homecoming week takes on a special meaning when it hosts its Rally for Hope event featuring its fall sports teams and staff. Beginning at 6 p.m., the annual benefit for the Ellie Helm Foundation will also feature raffle prizes, a "serve for a shirt" game, and silent auction items.


Luxemburg-Casco will use its annual Pink-Out game to generate buzz around its 7 p.m. match against Wrightstown. Funds raised during the night will go to benefit Ribbon of Hope.


Other varsity volleyball action slated for Tuesday includes Sevastopol traveling to Stockbridge to face the host school and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy and Sturgeon Bay traveling to Green Bay to play Notre Dame Academy and Peshtigo. 



Soccer recap: Sturgeon Bay earns victory

Sturgeon Bay and Algoma had to travel south for drier fields to fit their match in Monday.


Playing under the lights on the turf field of Green Bay's Notre Dame Academy, the Clippers defeated the Wolves 3-0. No score was reported but Gibraltar/Sevastopol hosted Stockbridge Monday night in Fish Creek.


Tuesday's slate of games include Sturgeon Bay hosting Luxemburg-Casco at 7 p.m. and Kewaunee traveling to Omro for a 4:30 p.m. opening kick. 

Kewaunee tennis plays make-up Monday

Kewaunee's tennis team will get its chance to make up a match on Monday.


The Storm will host Howards Grove beginning at 4 p.m.  Kewaunee is looking for its first meet win since its season opener against Ripon and its first match win since Bailey Kinjerski and Maya Kunkel won a doubles match against Plymouth on September 12th.

Soccer preview: Packerland takes the pitch

Local soccer teams in the Packerland Conference begin their weeks with games on Monday.


Soccer games beginning at 4:30 p.m. include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Algoma in a battle of the conference's top two teams and Kewaunee hosts Peshtigo. Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play in Fish Creek against Stockbridge beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

Brewers finish off Pirates

The magic number is down to three after the Milwaukee Brewers finished their three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates with a 4-3 victory Sunday.


The Brewers played long ball in the first six innings with Orlando Arcia launching his 15th homer of the season and Eric Thames clubbing two of his own to make it 4-0. In a patented bullpen game for the Brewers, their slate of pitchers did not allow a hit or walk through seven innings before Melky Cabrera and Cole Tucker made run-scoring plays in the eighth inning. Josh Hader secured his 35th save of the season while the division-leading Cardinals all but ended the Chicago Cubs season with a four-game sweep.  The Brewers are three behind the Cardinals for the NL Central crown and tied with the Nationals for the two wild-card spots.  

Gibraltar enjoying youth movement

Losing a host of senior contributors could have doomed Gibraltar’s football team, but instead their underclassmen are stepping up. Thirteen freshmen and sophomore dot the roster with many already making meaningful contributions. In Saturday’s 50-38 victory over NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation, the Vikings forced four turnovers including an interception by sophomore Sam Lindenberg and a fumble recovery by freshman Giuseppe Mercier. Thanks in part to some lopsided games during their current 4-1 campaign, the underclassmen are already getting meaningful playing time in all phases of the game. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck is taking pride in his depth as the season crosses the midway point.

Peck is also happy other players that do not necessarily make the score sheet as much as conference offensive leaders Alex Laughlin and Luke Steebs are quietly having good seasons. Gibraltar will host their homecoming game this Friday against Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 7 p.m. with the kickoff.  

Packers remain undefeated against hapless Broncos

Denver came into Sunday's game at Lambeau Field 0-2 on the season and will fly back to the Mile High City still looking for their first win of the season. Green Bay's defense forced two key fumbles in the game. Bronco quarterback Joe Flacco fumbled at his own five yard line in the second quarter where it was recovered by the Pack's Rashan Gary. That led to an Aaron Jones touchdown run from seven yards out. The first Bronco drive of the third quarter ended after tight end Noah Fant coughed it up. Green Bay drove it 37 yards in four plays capped off by another Aaron Jones touchdown to make it 24-10. 

Denver was barely able to make a dent in that margin with the final score Green Bay 27, Denver 16. Aaron Rodgers was steady again, not trying to do too much. Rodgers finished 17-29 for 235 and a touchdown. The Pack's next game is at home Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles lost at home Sunday to Detroit and are 1-2 on the season.

Sturgeon Bay boys soccer at Cedarburg Quad

Clippers soccer traveled down I-43 to Cedarburg for a four-team showcase this weekend. Sturgeon Bay was able to pick up a split, losing Friday night to Neenah 2-0 and bouncing back on Saturday morning. The Clippers ended on a high note besting Germantown 2-1. Sturgeon Bay plays again Monday afternoon at Algoma.

Brewers beat Pirates 10-1 again

Milwaukee fans got the best kind of deja vu on Saturday as the Brew Crew topped Pittsburgh 10-1 for a second night. While history rhymes, it doesn't quite repeat. The Pirates got their lone run Saturday in the top of the first to take a short-lived lead. Second baseman Keston Hiura hit a two-run homer in the bottom half of the inning and Milwaukee never looked back. Three runs in the fourth inning, a run in the fifth, two more in the sixth and seventh innings and Milwaukee coasted. 


St. Louis beat the Cubs 9-8 in another nail biter. Milwaukee is now three clear of the Cubs with just eight games to play for the final Wild Card spot in the National League. The Crew is one back of Washington. If they can leap frog the Nats this week, they will host the one-game Wild Card playoff matchup.

Wisconsin football dominates Michigan

The Badgers picked up in Big Ten play where they left off on the non-conference schedule. After outscoring their opponents 110-0 in the first two games, Wisconsin jumped out 28-0 over Michigan at halftime. Wisconsin controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Michigan's offense was stale except for one big reception to receiver Ronnie Bell. Wisconsin was dynamic with running back Jonathan Taylor gaining over 200 yards on the ground. Taylor managed that even while dealing with cramping issues for much of the second quarter. Quarterback Jack Coan was an economical 13-16 through the air. Once the game was out of hand Michigan finally broke the 10 quarter-plus scoreless streak of the Badger defense. The final score was 35-14.

Gibraltar bangs out win on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings captured their fourth win in a row Saturday afternoon in Green Bay, defeating NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation 50-38. It was a game differing styles with the United using their power running game and the Vikings opening things up through the air. The game got off to an ominous start when the United turned a fumble recovery into a Dawson Grignon touchdown. The Vikings responded with three straight touchdowns thanks to the arm of Luke Steebs on the first score and a pair of Brandon Stillman runs. United’s Zach Luepke scored a pair of rushing touchdowns on either side of Steebs’ second touchdown pass to Alex Laughlin on the day to make it 22-14 at the break.  Steebs would find the end zone three more times for the Vikings in the second half, including twice through the air to Laughlin. Grignon reached the endzone another two times to cap the scoring for the United. Both teams struggled with turnovers with four a piece, but the Vikings were able to turn theirs into points each time to provide the difference. The Vikings are back in action for their homecoming game on Friday night when they welcome Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas to Fish Creek. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. with 105.1 The Viking carrying the coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m.


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Algoma dominates Williams Bay on 96.7 WBDK

Algoma had a chance to shine in front of the home fans and for anyone who couldn't attend the game on the radio. And the Wolves did not disappoint. They knocked off Williams Bay 58-0 on Saturday afternoon in a game that was broadcast on 96.7 WBDK and


Jordon Deringer was all over the field for Algoma. He scored three touchdowns in the first half and had two other touchdowns called back by penalties. Deringer also picked off a pass and recovered a fumble.


Algoma led 28-0 after the first quarter and 44-0 at the half. It became a running clock in the first half. Carter Zimmerman threw a touchdown pass to both Chase Peronto and Brett Benesh. Zimmerman also ran in a touchdown and returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a score. Williams Bay didn't have a first down until playing against Algoma's backups in the fourth quarter. Freshman Kaden Vardon capped off the game by scoring his first career touchdown.


Algoma is now 4-1 on the season and will travel to Sturgeon Bay on Friday. That game can be heard on 103.3 The Clipper and at The pregame will begin at 6:30 PM and the kickoff at 7.


Brewers win again Friday night

Milwaukee picked up its 13th victory in 15 contests Friday night at Miller Park, dropping Pittsburgh 10-1 in the weekend series opener. Milwaukee wasted little time getting on the board, putting up three runs in the first and three more in the sixth. That was plenty for pitcher Chad Anderson who hurled six scoreless frames for the win. The Brew Crew tacked on another four runs in the seventh. Trent Grisham led the team with three RBIs off the bench.


St. Louis defeated Chicago 2-1 which moves Milwaukee two games clear of the Cubs for the second Wild Card spot in the National League. At 84-70, Milwaukee remains three back of the Cardinals for the Central Division lead.

Gibraltar looks to extend winning streak on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to run its winning streak in football to four when it plays NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation Saturday afternoon in Green Bay on 105.1 The Viking.


The Vikings are coming off maybe their most exciting victory of the season, a 28-24 slugfest against previously unbeaten Laona-Wabeno. NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation is also coming off a victory, a 14-0 decision to Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas. It is the first season as a co-op team for NEW Lutheran and Oneida Nation after years of playing apart. Boasting two different styles of offense coming into the season, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says they have done a good job blending it together.



Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The Viking from Green Bay beginning at 12:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.



Wisconsin Heights wears out Sturgeon Bay

Wisconsin Heights' offense was the real deal. They attacked through the air with precision passing from sideline to sideline. Quarterback Ozur Kepler hit on big passes to receivers Ace Ayers and Jack Fields with the Vanguards scoring on their first six possessions. Sturgeon Bay found its footing though and began to claw back. Anthony Jennerjohn found Jack Schmelzer for two scores in the first half. Then a pivotal sequence began. Jack Schmelzer was dragged down at the 10 yard line after a big pass play. Sturgeon Bay ended up turning the ball over on downs but managed a safety on defense. Following the kick from Wisconsin Heights, Drew Price got loose on a pass down the seam from the left slot and was tripped up by the ankles from behind. A touchdown saving tackle. An interception by Jennerjohn ended that drive. Even with a 65 yard Schmelzer reception on the first play of the third quarter Sturgeon Bay couldn't shrink the deficit below 12 points. 

Severe dehydration and cramping held several starters out and Kepler and Company went back to work. The Vanguards scored at will against freshman and sophomore backups to make the final score 74-38. Sturgeon Bay has Homecoming next week against Algoma.

Southern Door soars in homecoming victory on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles got its homecoming crowd into the football game early as they topped the Oconto Blue Devils 43-20 on 102.1 MORE FM.


The Eagles got out to a 15-6 lead in the first quarter behind a 25-yard touchdown by Nick Baudhuin and a one-yard sneak for a score by Alex Daoust. After scoring with his legs in the first quarter, Daoust used his arm to extend the lead before halftime, finding Marcus Marchant for the 10-yard strike to make it 22-6. The Blue Devils would get it to within two points in the second half, thanks to a kickoff return for a touchdown by Troy  Wenzel and a touchdown pass from Caleb Moe to Luke Krueger in the third quarter's opening minutes. Daoust would answer with his arm as he found Marchant again for a 10-yard pass. Baudhuin would register two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach. The defense also made multiple big plays during the game, including three of the five interceptions caught by Tyler  Kroll. 


The Eagles get a week off before hosting Kewaunee on October 4th on 102.1 MORE FM.



Spartans rollover Truckers 48-13 on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans ran over the Clintonville Truckers 48-13 in Luxemburg Friday night in a North Eastern Conference football game.  The Spartans scored on their first offensive play with a 50 yard run by quarterback Matt Cravillion.  Clintonville did tie up the score with a 7:45 left in the first quarter on an 8-yard option run by Hunter Allender.  Luxemburg-Casco tallied three touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 28-7 lead into halftime. 

After intermission, Running back Reese Worachek scored one of his three touchdowns on a nine-yard run with 4:22 left in the third quarter to give the Spartans a 35-7 lead.  Worachek finished with a game-high 178 yards in rushing on 20 carries while Cravillion added 81 yards rushing while throwing for 73 yards and two touchdowns.  

Clintonville, who remains winless (0-5, 0-5 overall), could only muster 62 yards in rushing against a stellar L-C run defense.  The Spartans (2-2, 2-3 overall) will now travel to Oconto Falls next Friday to take on the Panthers in a game you can hear on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 with the pregame show with kick-off at 7 pm.   


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)


Evenson's amazing second half leads Sevastopol to victory

A thick fog couldn't stop Spencer Evenson from taking over in the second half and leading Sevastopol to a 46-34 victory over Wausaukee on Friday night. The game was broadcasted on 104.1 WRLU and It was hard for fans and broadcasters to see much of what happened on Friday night as a thick fog rolled onto the Sevastopol football field about a half-hour before the game and stayed the whole way. 


It didn't seem to affect the play on the field all that much and certainly didn't hurt Spencer Evenson. He had touchdown runs of 72 and 12 yards as well as an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, all in the second half. He broke several tackles on the 72-yard run. They needed it since the Pioneers trailed 14-8 at the half after Wausaukee scored a touchdown with 5 seconds left in the second quarter.


On the first play from scrimmage in the second half, Chase Mathis ran for a touchdown from 65 yards out for the Rangers. That was one of his several big runs in the game although he would later suffer a left leg injury.


Sevastopol started off the scoring with an 8-yard touchdown pass from Triston Beauchamp to Logan Beyer in the first quarter. Beyer would also have a 66-yard reception later in the game.


It was a wild back-and-forth second half with Cesar Sandoval clinching the game with under a minute left with an interception, the first of his career. Evenson ended up with 19 carries for 230 yards plus the kickoff return touchdown. He also made several tackles and pass breakups on Wausaukee star receiver Brandon Shigouri.


It was the first win of the season for the Pioneers and they are now 1-4 overall. Sevastopol will take on Gillett next Friday on the road. That game will be heard on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at with the pregame show beginning at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 PM.


Cross-country recap: Luxemburg-Casco excels in wet conditions

Cross country courses across northeast Wisconsin resembled steeplechase races and it was no exception in Valders where Luxemburg-Casco, Sevastopol, and Sturgeon Bay competed Thursday.


The Spartans were undeterred though with the boys finishing in third and the girls in second at the Bob Burzynski Invitational. Spencer Thiry (12th, 19:00) and Alyssa Delebreau (6th, 22:51) helped pace the Spartans to their squad's respective top three finishes.


The top local finisher was Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel, who finished 2nd in the hilly 5K course on the girls' side in 21:20.


You will be able to find the full team by team breakdowns online at by clicking the links below.




Sturgeon Bay



Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Cross Country

Soccer recap: Luxemburg-Casco, Algoma drop matches

Weather forced many games across northeast Wisconsin to be canceled outside of two with local ties Thursday.


Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, and Gibraltar/Sevastopol had their games canceled. 


Algoma could muster only a single tally in its 6-1 loss to the Green Bay Preble JV team.


Luxemburg-Casco dropped a high scoring affair 7-4 to West De Pere.


You can click on the links above for full recaps from



Volleyball Recap: Sturgeon Bay sweeps, Southern Door wins

The winning continued for Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door Thursday as they were the top performers in area volleyball action. You can click on the links for complete recaps from 


The Eagles improved to 2-0 in conference play as they took three of four sets from Sevastopol.


Sturgeon Bay did not drop a set in its 3-0 victory over Peshtigo.


Gibraltar fell to NEW Lutheran in four sets 3-1.


Algoma lost in three straight sets to Oconto




Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District




Southern Door looks for homecoming victory on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles hope to right the ship in front of a homecoming crowd when it meets Oconto Friday night in Brussels on 102.1 MORE FM.


The Eagles come into the contest 1-3 after struggling in its 44-0 loss to Coleman. They did have some bright spots in their loss against the Cougars, including a 58-yard passing play from Alex Daoust to Marcus Marchant. The Blue Devils have not fared much better in their opening weeks of play, going 1-2 with a victory over Crandon as its only win. They are averaging only eight points a game on the season, including last week's 46-6 loss to Manawa.


Tim Kowols and Brett Kinnard will have the call beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kick off on 102.1 MORE FM at 7 p.m.


The local slate of games is split this weekend with three games scheduled for Friday and another two for Saturday. Kewaunee is off this week due to a forfeit.

Sturgeon Bay home opener Friday on 103.3

After two lengthy road trips to open up the 2019 campaign, Sturgeon Bay football gets to host a game. The Clippers take on the Wisconsin Heights Vanguards from Memorial Field in the home opener with the Door County Medical Center pregame show at 6:30 and kickoff at 7:00 PM on 103.3 The Clipper. The Clippers continue to look for their first win in eight-man football. 

Wisconsin Heights is deep at the skill positions and they can be explosive offensively. Sturgeon Bay will need to find the firepower to match. Grant Dossetto and Dave Mailand will be on the call on 103.3 The Clipper.


Sevastopol will take on Wausaukee on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol football will look for their first victory of the season on Friday night when they host Wausaukee. Both teams actually come in at 0-4 on the season. The Pioneers are coming off a 60-0 loss to Florence at home while Wausaukee lost at home 46-14 to Suring. Sevastopol hopes to get back some of their injured players like Nicholas West and Dallas Nichols.


You can hear the game live on 104.1 WRLU and at The pregame will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Spartan football hosts Clintonville on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans host the Clintonville Truckers in a North Eastern Conference football game Friday night. The Spartans (1-2, 1-3 overall) are coming off a heartbreaking 24-21 road loss to Freedom last week.  Clintonville (0-4, 0-4 overall) was shut out by Marinette 24-0 last Friday.  It will be Youth Night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex as the youth football program will scrimmage at halftime and greet the players with a human tunnel before the game.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show and kickoff set for 7 pm.  The game will also be streamed live on

Golf, swimming, tennis all in action Thursday

Thursday nights are for competing for many teams, especially three located in Door and Kewaunee Counties tonight.


Beginning at 2 p.m., the Sturgeon Bay golf team will play in Appleton as they face off against Xavier High school.


Kewaunee tennis will also hit the road this afternoon when they face Kohler at 4 p.m.


The Door County Co-op team will have a home meet at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA when Shawano pays them a visit. First events begin at 6 p.m.

Cross country preview: Busy week continues

Many teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties will have their second race in three days when they toe the line on Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco, Sevastopol and Sturgeon Bay will face Brillion, Denmark, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Hilbert, Howards Grove, Mishicot, New Holstein, Oostburg, Reedsville, Sheboygan Falls, and host Valders for an invitational at 4 p.m. 


Algoma, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, and Southern Door will join those three schools in a meet next Thursday in Mishicot.





Soccer preview: Chasing Algoma

A battle for first place could be in store for Monday in Algoma, but local teams have at least one game this week before then.


In the latest Packerland Conference standings, Algoma is in first place with a 3-1 record and six points, which is two points ahead of 2-0 Sturgeon Bay. There are plenty of Packerland Conference games scheduled for Thursday including Kewaunee traveling to Stockbridge at 6:00 p.m. and Sturgeon Bay hosting Gibraltar/Sevastopol at 6:30 p.m..  The Packerland Conference standings show the Vikineers in third place with three points (1-0-1 record) and Kewaunee looking for their first points of the season. 


Northeastern Conference play has Luxemburg-Casco playing at West De Pere at 6:30 p.m.

Volleyball preview: Packerland dominates action

Five of the six of the local Packerland Conference volleyball teams will be in action Thursday night.


With first serves slated for 7 p.m., local conference matches of note include Sturgeon Bay hosting Peshtigo, Sevastopol traveling to Southern Door, Algoma playing at home against Oconto, and Gibraltar battling NEW Lutheran in Fish Creek.


Algoma is currently tied for the conference lead with Oconto with a 2-0 record. Southern Door and NEW Lutheran are tied for third with 1-0 records, while Sturgeon Bay is locked up with Peshtigo for fifth with 1-1 records. Gibraltar, Sevastopol, and Kewaunee are all looking for their first Packerland wins of the season.





Brewers lose game but no Wild Card ground

The Milwaukee Brewers' 2-1 loss to the San Diego Padres could have been a lot of worse as the season continues to close.


Only two run-scoring hits took place during the entire game: a two-run shot in the third inning by the Padres' Seth Meijas-Bream and a solo home run by Keston Hiura in the sixth inning. Dinelson Lamet struck out 14 Brewers hitters, but other than that Milwaukee starter Adrian Houser nearly matched the Padres' right-hander.


While the Brewers slipped in the NL Central race because of a Cardinals win earlier in the day, the Cubs offense fell silent again as they lost their game. The Brewers remain tied for the second wild-card spot and 1.5 games behind the Washington Nationals.

Tuesday cross country results

Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee and Southern Door were in Denmark while Algoma's and Gibraltar's cross country teams were in Sheboygan on Tuesday.


The top finish among all runners in Sheboygan was Gibraltar's Betsy Lecy who finished in 30th place with the girls with a time of 23:33.0.


In Denmark, the Luxemburg-Casco girls finished in second place led by Alyssa Delebreau. Kewaunee's Elizabeth Lamack placed sixth among all girls.


Full team recaps can be found at

Sturgeon Bay golf puts up good showing

Sturgeon Bay girls golf traveled to West De Pere for a conference golf matchup. Four Clippers golfers finished with a 224 overall. Katy Carter was the best of the four shooting a 52. Madeline Blahnik and Sarah Bridenhagen each shot 56 while Alayna Corbiser had a 60.


The Clippers will be back in action on Thursday when they play in another conference meet at Xavier.

Tuesday soccer results

Luxemburg-Casco and Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer were both in action on Tuesday.


The Spartans hosted a tight game with Fox Valley Lutheran and rallied for a 2-goal second half to beat the Foxes 2-1. Cody Arendt and Hayden Koss scored for L-C.


The Vikineers were on the road at Two Rivers/Roncalli and played to a 1-1 tie.

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball dominates Oconto Falls

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball was not deterred going on the road on Tuesday against Oconto Falls. They won 3 sets to none, 25-13, 25-8 and 25-15. Bekah Day had 26 assists, five digs and two blocks while Hannah Derenne led Luxemburg-Casco with 10 kills. Kenzie Hanson had eight kills and Allie Routhieaux had 11 digs. 


The Spartans will be participating in a tournament in Milwaukee on Friday.

Brewers roll, tie for Wild Card

The Brewers have now won 11 out of their last 12 games after a 3-1 victory over the Padres on Tuesday night. Mike Moustakas hit a home run in the seventh inning to break a 1-1 tie. Milwaukee used five different pitchers to strike out 15 Padres on the night. Lorenzo Cain got the scoring going with a solo home run in the third inning. San Diego tied it in the top of the 7th when Hunter Renfroe hit a home run. Moustakas's homer put the Brewers up for good in the bottom of the inning. Milwaukee added an insurance run in the 8th when Trent Grisham hit a sac fly to drive in Ben Gamel.


The Cubs and Cardinals both lost on Tuesday which means the Brewers are now tied with Chicago for the second Wild Card spot and just two games behind St. Louis in the NL Central.


The Brewers will try to keep their impressive streak going on Wednesday night again against the Padres. The first pitch will be at 6:40 PM at Miller Park.

Tennis, golf in action Tuesday

The area's golf and tennis teams are also in action Tuesday afternoon.


Kewaunee tennis will host Roncalli for its matches beginning at 4 p.m.


On the links, Luxemburg-Casco gets to play Northbrook Golf Course for its home meet against Freedom and Little Chute beginning at 2 p.m. Sturgeon Bay heads to West De Pere for its meet beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Cross country preview: Teams growing together

Long bus rides to big invitationals mean a lot of together time for area cross country teams. The teams will hit the road again Tuesday afternoon with five of the peninsula's seven teams in action. Gibraltar head cross country coach Joy Manweiler Bastian has seen her team grow not just in numbers since their first practice close to a month ago, but as runners in general.

Gibraltar will Join Algoma at the Sheboygan Lutheran Invitational for their slate of races beginning at 4:30 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and Kewaunee head to Wandering Springs Golf Course at 4 p.m. for the Denmark Invitational. Results from both races will be posted online at Wednesday at


Volleyball recap: Sturgeon Bay tops Brillion

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers got the area's lone win in area volleyball action Monday night.


The Clippers beat Brillion in four sets: 25-19, 20-25, 25-14, 25-13. Maddie Starr and Hailey DeGrave each registered double-figure kills while Lauren Alger collected 42 assists. 


Luxemburg-Casco plays at Oconto Falls Tuesday night at 7:00.

Brewers get closer in wild-card

The winning ways of the Milwaukee Brewers are getting them closer to a wild-card berth thanks to a 5-1 victory over the San Diego Padres Monday. Cory Spangenberg got things going for the Brewers with an RBI single in the second inning only to have that lead erased by an Eric Hosmer run-scoring double in the fourth. The Brewers would respond with a three-run rally thanks to a two-RBI triple by Spangenburg and Travis Shaw's seventh homer of the year. Orlando Arcia's RBI double in the sixth inning finished off the scoring for the Brewers.


With the Cardinals beating the Nationals, the Brewers climbed into a game of the second wild-card spot behind the Chicago Cubs.




Soccer recap: Sturgeon Bay soccer dominates Kewaunee 12-0

The Sturgeon Bay Clipper soccer team scored early and often to easily defeat the Kewaunee Storm 12-0 in Packerland conference action Monday afternoon.  Taking a commanding 11-0 lead in the first half, the Clippers cruised to their fourth victory of the season.  Trey Maas, Eli Dietzel, and Carson Dvorak all scored two goals a piece to lead the Clipper attack.  Sturgeon Bay (4-1-1) will now travel to Gibraltar on Thursday to take on the Vikings.


The Storm will have to show it has a short memory when it takes the field again Tuesday to host Sheboygan Falls at 4:30 p.m. Other matches scheduled for Tuesday include Gibraltar/Sevastopol traveling to Roncalli for a 4:30 p.m. and Luxemburg-Casco hosting Fox Valley Lutheran at 6:30 p.m.

Slow start to week of volleyball

Sturgeon Bay is the only local team with a match on Monday with the bulk of the competition coming on Thursday.


The Clippers stay at home on Monday to host Brillion in a non-conference match beginning at 7 p.m. It is the second of two matches this week for the Clippers with one also scheduled for Thursday against Peshtigo at 7 pm. Other Thursday Packerland Conference matches included with 7 p.m. first serves include Algoma hosting Oconto, Gibraltar staying at home to face NEW Lutheran, and Sevastopol traveling to Southern Door. Tuesday in Northeastern Conference action Luxemburg-Casco plays at Oconto Falls at 7:00 p.m.

Soccer begins week with games

Packerland Conference teams kick off the weeks with games across the peninsula Monday.


At 4:30 p.m. Sturgeon Bay makes the trip south to play at Kewaunee. Algoma will head the opposite direction as they battle Gibraltar/Sevastopol in Fish Creek beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Cross country teams boast strong weekend

The area's cross country teams had strong performances at invitationals over the weekend.


At the River Valley Invitational in Spring Green, Gibraltar's cross country runners posted several personal bests while finishing 13th as a team in both the girls and boys races.


Sturgeon Bay competed hard against bigger schools at the Shawano Hawk Invitational.


In Manitowoc, squads for Kewaunee and Sevastopol were close together in the final team scores at the Roncalli Invitational.


For individual school results, click on the links above or visit


Luxemburg-Casco experiments with tacklebar football

Fifth and sixth graders at Luxemburg-Casco are experimenting with tacklebar football this season. The goal of the program is to help increase participation in the sport. Youth Football Coordinator Matt Piesler says that the size descrepancy at that age between boys can keep those on the smaller side from playing.


Tacklebar is a fusion of flag and tackle football designed to keep aggression in the game. Athletes wear a harness with two bars that detach when grabbed. Players have to complete a form tackle, leading with the shoulder, and wrapping up to dislodge the bar. Paisler notes the varsity roster at L-C High School has shed dozens of players over the past decade. The hope is tacklebar can stem the loss of young players of the sport and that translates to better participation rates at higher grades.


Ryan Braun grand slam gives Brewers win

The bases were juiced but Milwaukee was down to its final strike. Ryan Braun stood in the batter’s box down 1-2 in the count with Junior Fernandez on the mound. He took two breaking balls, fouled off a third, before striking the big blow for the Brew Crew. Fernandez hung a slider belt high over the middle of the plate and Braun sent the ball soaring to the bleachers in left center. Tommy Edman homered with one out in the bottom of the ninth to keep it interesting but Milwaukee won the game and the series. 

The 7-6 triumph means Milwaukee keeps pace with the Cubs, just one back in the NL Wild Card. The North Siders broomed Pittsburgh scoring in seven of eight innings they batted for another offensive explosion. The NL Central is tightening up again though. No longer is it just the Wild Card in play. The Cubs are two back of the Cards and Milwaukee is three. The Brewers do not face a team above .500 for the rest of the season. They couldn’t draw up a better schedule to chase down division foes and earn a spot in the postseason field.


Packers turn back Vikings in home opener

The Green and Gold are now 2-0 on the season winning with solid defense again. Last week’s victory against the Bears was described as ugly by players and coaches alike. The offense came out guns blazing in response Sunday. The opening scoring drive went 75 yards on four plays with Aaron Rodgers capping it off by connecting with running back Jamaal Williams on a screen pass. The Pack went up 14-0 on another Rodgers touchdown pass to Geronimo Allison from 12 yards out. Early in the second quarter the Packers again punched it in on a two-yard run by Aaron Jones. 

Then it stopped. From 21-0, the lead was shaved to 21-16 by the end of the third. No scoring occurred in the fourth and Green Bay sent the crowd home happy. Rodgers was 22-34 for 209 yards and two touchdowns. No interceptions but a lost fumble marred an otherwise clean stat sheet. Aaron Jones led the way on the ground, carrying the ball 23 times for 116 yards and a score. Davante Adams was the primary receiver with 106 yards on seven catches.

The Packer defense allowed over 400 yards of offense but forced turnovers regularly. Kirk Cousins threw two picks and lost a fumble. Stefon Diggs put the ball on the ground which was recovered by Green Bay. Chad Beebe fumbled twice but Minnesota kept possession. Green Bay hosts Denver in Week Three next Sunday.


Algoma volleyball hangs on against Peshtigo

The Wolves won their sixth straight match Thursday night at Peshtigo. It wasn’t easy though. Algoma took the first two sets but had to sweat through a fifth set win to take the match. The final score was 25-22, 25-17, 23-25, 18-25, 15-9. Hanna Wiese, Rianna Jones, and Chloie Spitzer all had at least five service aces. Sydney Zimmerman led the team with 17 kills. Rianna Jones and Jacklyn had over 20 assists. Algoma’s next match is Thursday against Oconto.

Southern Door volleyball runs the table at Ripon

The Eagles soared on the court Saturday at the Ripon Invitational. Southern Door won every match it participated in without a dropping a set. The five victories for the Eagles included a Championship Match win over Waupun. 

Ripon Invitational Results
Winnebago Lutheran Academy: 25-11, 25-20
Green Bay West: 25-19, 25-9
Waupun: 25-16, 25-19
Crandon: 25-20, 25-22
Waupun: 25-18, 25-15 (Championship Match)

Southern Door’s next matchup is a home conference tilt against Sevastopol.


Algoma blanks Gillett Friday 42-0

The Wolves cruised to an easy victory over Gillett Friday rebounding from their first loss of the year in convincing fashion, 42-0. Gillett struggled to get to 120 yards of total offense and Algoma found a fast start. The Wolves put up 20 in the first quarter and another 16 in the second to lead 36-0 at halftime. It was all on the ground for the Wolves. Quarterback Carter Zimmerman only had two passing attempts with one completion for 15 yards. Six running backs were used in committee to help replace Oliver Robertson who missed his second consecutive contest. The feature back was Jordan Derringer with 15 carries and three touchdowns.

Algoma hosts Williams Bay Saturday, a game you will hear on 96.7 WBDK and streaming on and


Kewaunee football dispatches Crivitz 48-12 Friday night

The Storm offense was almost as potent on the gridiron Friday night as Mother Nature was this past week. It started on the ground for Kewaunee with running back Owen Kudick averaging nine yards per carry. Kudick was the workhorse handling all 31 rushing attempts on the night for 279 yards and four scores. Quarterback Ryan Carmichael had three touchdown passes of his own balanced against an interception. Carmichael finished the night with 12 completions on 16 attempts for 108 yards. 

A concerning thing for Coach Randy Charles and his staff is that big plays reared their head again against the Kewaunee defense. Crivitz’s two touchdowns were a 36-yard pass and a 70-yard run. Crivitz only ran 25 plays on offense which makes that stand out even more. Kewaunee is off this week. Originally they were scheduled to line up against Sturgeon Bay but that game has been forfeited by the Clippers and Kewaunee was unable to swap in another opponent.


Wisconsin football off this weekend

The Badgers have been nothing short of impressive so far this season. Wisconsin was 10.5 point favorites in Tampa in Week One against South Florida. They covered that easily winning 49-0. Last weekend against Central Michigan in the home opener, Wisconsin was favored by 35 and won 61-0. Both games have been complete efforts showing that the offseason commitment the team made to avoid another 8-5 season was more than just hot air. This weekend was a bye week, one of two on the regular-season schedule. The Big Ten has moved the end of its regular-season schedule to the weekend after Thanksgiving and, this year, the holiday is as late as it can be on November 28th marking a rare 14-week window between Labor Day weekend and Turkey Day. With 12 games on the schedule, all teams will have a double bye.

Wisconsin opens Big Ten play Saturday at home against Michigan. The Wolverines have been the mirror opposite of Wisconsin so far this year. They’ve won both of their games but missed the Vegas line by at least two scores in both instances. Michigan had a bye this weekend as well. In their last outing on September 7th, it took double overtime for Michigan to knock off Army at home.


Brewers cage Cardinals Saturday 5-2

Milwaukee fell 10-0 on Friday night in St. Louis and went down 2-0 after two innings Saturday but that didn’t fluster them. St. Louis centerfielder Harrison Bader scored on a throwing error by Brewers catcher Yasmani Grandal after Bader had stolen third base. It was the last run of the night for the Cardinals. Milwaukee tied it up on a Mike Moustakas line-drive home run to center in the fourth and Grandal hit a homer in the eighth inning. Both were two-run shots plating Trent Grisham. Milwaukee also scored a lone run in the sixth when first baseman Eric Thames grounded into a fielder’s choice.


Chicago downed Pittsburgh 14-1 and the Cubs remain a game ahead of Milwaukee for the NL Wild Card race.

Gibraltar tips Laona-Wabeno on 105.1 The Viking

A slugfest turned into a track meet in the second half as Gibraltar beat Laona-Wabeno in MONLPC eight-man football action Saturday afternoon 28-24.


The first half started 6-0 in favor of Laona-Wabeno thanks to the Rebels' Connor Taylor punching in a touchdown from inside the five-yard line. The Vikings' Luke Steebs found Alex Laughlin for a 36-yard score to narrow the score to 8-6 at the break. Laughlin broke through to tie the game with a short touchdown, only to have Clayton Jansesch quickly answer back with a touchdown run of his own. Both teams started to play long ball after that, starting with Laughlin finding Marcus Reinhardt for a 43 yard score after receiving the pitch from Steebs. The Rebels quickly answered with their own 80-yard touchdown pass to Michael Stamper to make it 24-20. Laughlin would find himself a part of another scoring drive, this time on the receiving end of a 67-yard passing play from Steebs. 


It was a game of defensive stands for the Vikings, which forced four fumbles on the day while recovering two and made a key play at the end to give the Rebels their first loss of the season.


The Vikings are back in action next Saturday afternoon in Green Bay as they take on NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. and will air on 105.1 The Viking.


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Brewers seven-game win streak snapped

Milwaukee looked poised for a fast start Friday night in St. Louis riding the momentum of its longest win streak of the season. The Brewers led off the first with a single and a walk to put pressure on Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright immediately. Wainwright got pop outs from Mike Moustakas and Lorenzo Cain neutralizing the threat. The Cardinals got their offense going in the bottom of the third, and they did not leave men stranded. First baseman Paul Goldschmidt hit a grand slam making it 4-0 Red Birds. Goldschmidt added a second home run in the sixth inning, a three-run shot, and St. Louis found a way to scratch out three other runs to make it a 10-0 final. The Cubs beat Pittsburgh 17-8 at home meaning Chicago has reclaimed sole possession of the second NL Wild Card slot. Milwaukee falls to 78-69 on the year.

Gibraltar hosts matinee against Laona-Wabeno on 105.1 The Viking

It is another week and another different starting time for the Gibraltar Vikings as they host the Laona-Wabeno Rebels on 105.1 The Viking.  Both teams are coming off big week three wins before Saturday’s matinee. The Vikings were able to contain Suring’s Logan Stuart and hit big plays of their own in its 43-24 victory of the Eagles.  The Rebels won in a 48-0 shutout of Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas. In four weeks the Vikings have split their home and road schedule so far on three different days of the week. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says they adjusted their schedule accordingly to game plan for what expects to be a tough test for his young team.

Tim Kowols and Jay Kita will have the call Saturday afternoon on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay tripped up by Chequamegon

The Clippers football squad fell Friday evening in Park Falls to Chequamegon High School 38-8. Although the final score looks lopsided, the game was far more competitive than Sturgeon Bay’s contest with Oakfield a week ago. The Clippers had just one penalty for the game, a holding call late in the fourth quarter. Last week they suffered multiple delay of game infractions, false starts, and personal fouls. 

On a wet, sloppy field with rain coming down ball security remained an issue. Sturgeon Bay had a handful of bad and mishandled snaps. Quarterback Anthony Jennerjohn was intercepted three times by the Screaming Eagles’ Joseph Newbury. The turnovers proved too much for Sturgeon Bay who kept it close for much of the first half. The game was scoreless after one quarter and 16-0 at halftime. Chequamegon quarterback Michael Kirch joined Andrew Wells and Jacob Mertig to pace the Screaming Eagles rushing attack. Kirch kept his own number on an option running right to give Chequamegon its second score with under one minute to go in the first half.

Sturgeon Bay was able to move the football but was held off the board in the game’s first 24 minutes. Their best scoring opportunity of the first half came on a drive that began at their own 17. It ended abruptly after a Jennerjohn fumble on a designed run inside the opponent’s 30-yard line. A long pass play to receiver Drew Price set up the Clippers score in the fourth quarter. Price caught a crossing route and stayed on his feet down the left sideline to the Chequamegon 5 yard line. Sturgeon Bay plays in one week against Wisconsin Heights.


Spartans' rally fall shorts 24-21 to Freedom on WBDK

In a nail-biting finish, the Luxemburg -Casco Spartans came up four yards short of a remarkable comeback Friday night in Freedom as the Irish prevailed 24-21 in a North Eastern Conference football game.  Down 24-7 in the fourth quarter, the Spartans rallied with two touchdowns and drove to the Irish four-yard line in the final three minutes.  Faced with a first and goal from the four-yard line with: 09 seconds left, the Freedom defense came up big and stopped quarterback Matt Cravillion on a rollout pass/run option play to secure the victory.  

After a scoreless first quarter, Freedom (3-0, 4-0 overall) controlled the middle two quarters by scoring 24 unanswered points after the Spartans took the lead early in the second quarter on a 17-yard touchdown run by Reece Worachek.  The Irish scored right before halftime on a one-yard quarterback sneak by Jackson Higgins after a long pass reception set up the score in the final seconds of the half. 

Worachek had another monster game for the Spartans rushing for an impressive 295 yards and two touchdowns.  

The Spartans (1-2, 1-3 overall) will now look to bounce back next week at home as they take on the Clintonville Truckers Friday night in a game that will be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show.  


Eagles football can't corral Cougars on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles could not get their running game going and could not stop Coleman’s in a 44-0 defeat Friday night on 102.1 MORE FM. The Cougars defense kept Nick Baudhuin and the Eagles in check for most of the game outside of a 55 -yard passing play by Alex Daoust in the game’s opening minutes. Stopping that drive inside their own red zone propelled the Cougars on their first drive, which was capped off by a touchdown run by quarterback Cayden Bintz. In the second quarter, Bintz and Zach Cops would score on touchdowns from inside the 10-yard line to make it 24-0 at the half. Owen Kinziger and Tyler Blanchard would add third-quarter scores before Zach Cops added his second touchdown of the game in the closing minutes. The Eagles return to action next Friday for its homecoming showdown against Oconto. That game can be heard on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Sevastopol trails all night on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol's best efforts against Florence on Friday night couldn't lead to a victory against the Bobcats. Florence won 60-0 on the Pioneers home field in a game heard on 104.1 WRLU and 


The Bobcats got off to a quick start, scoring touchdowns with the two-point conversions on all four of their first quarter possessions and led 32-0 after one. Sevastopol couldn't get much going on offense. Florence picked off four Triston Beauchamp passes in the game which came after last week's four touchdown game against Green NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. Kaden Schuls and Toby Wheeler were the big playmakers for Florence on offense and on defense. Tommy Giblin, Christian Terhardt and Spencer Evenson were the standouts for Sevastopol on the defensive side of the field.


Sevastopol is now 0-4 overall on the season and 0-3 in the MONLPC. The Pioneers will try to bounce back next Friday night when they host Wausaukee. That game will also be on 104.1 WRLU with the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.


Sturgeon Bay makes trek northwest on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers scored an extra game earlier this month to play at Chequamegon, an independent conference opponent located in between two sections of its namesake forest. The Eagles are coming off a 46-20 win against Tri-County. Sturgeon Bay is coming off its first game in eight-man football history, which was a 77-24 defeat at the hands of Oakfield.


Kick-off is scheduled for 5 p.m. Grant Dossetto will have the action from Park Falls beginning at 4:30 p.m. for the pregame show followed by kick-off at 5 p.m. on 103.3 The Clipper.

Cross country teams end week with meets

Cross country teams across the peninsula will certainly get their miles in this weekend with invitationals scheduled around the state.


On Friday, Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door head to Chilton to face Cedar Grove-Belgium, Denmark, Hilbert, Valders, Winnebago Lutheran Academy, and Wrightstown.


Saturday features a couple invitationals with local ties. Gibraltar will race at  Spring Green Golf Course against Baraboo, Viroqua, Holmen, Mount Horeb Middle, Lodi, Sauk Prairie, Brookwood, Wisconsin Dells, DeForest, North Crawford, Platteville / Belmont, Boscobel, Cassville, Darlington, Dodgeville, Fennimore, Madison La Follette, Mauston, McFarland, Monroe, Mount Horeb, Necedah, New Glarus, Palmyra-Eagle, Pecatonica, Prairie du Chien, Richland Center, River Ridge, Southwestern, Waunakee, Riverdale, Lancaster, Belleville, Reedsburg, Iowa-Grant, Hillsboro, St. Ambrose Academy, Albany, Wisconsin Heights MS/HS, Wauzeka-Steuben, Cherokee Heights Middle, Sacred Heart Catholic, Southwestern/Cuba City at 8:30 a.m.. Sturgeon Bay finds themselves in Shawano on Saturday to face Appleton West, Kaukauna, Oshkosh North, West De Pere, Seymour, Bonduel, Brillion, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Coleman, Gillett, Green Bay East, Green Bay Preble, Green Bay Southwest, Green Bay West, Gresham, Hortonville, Menominee Indian, Oconto Falls, Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay, Winneconne, Manitowoc Lincoln, New London, Xavier, Marion, and Marinette at 9 a.m.. At 10 a.m., Algoma, Sevastopol, and Kewaunee head to Manitowoc to run against Algoma, Howards Grove, Kewaunee, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, St. Lawrence Seminary, Sevastopol, Two Rivers, St. Mary's Springs, Providence Academy (Green Bay) vs. Roncalli.

Soccer recap: Algoma, Sturgeon Bay capture soggy wins

Goals came easier than the footing for soccer teams across the peninsula Thursday evening.


Algoma scored five second half goals to win its match against rival Kewaunee 6-0.


Sturgeon Bay continued its hot streak scoring, getting a 6-2 win over NEW Lutheran.


Luxemburg-Casco will play the first of its soccer quad games today against Edgewood, Platteville, and Port Washington at Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Port Washington.


You can find more details about these games at



Volleyball recap: L-C, Sturgeon Bay sweeps

Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco did not allow their opponents to capture a single set in high school volleyball action Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco had to play to 31 in its first set, but cruised in the final sets to win 3-0 over Little Chute.


Sturgeon Bay did not allow Sevastopol score above 20 in any of their sets in its 3-0 win.


Gibraltar could not find its groove against conference leading Oconto in its 3-0 defeat.


Kewaunee also struggled in its conference match, falling to NEW Lutheran 3-0.



Click on the links to find more coverage of these matches at



Football preview: Algoma looks to rebound, Kewaunee faces familiar foe

A pair of Kewaunee County football teams return to action Friday night.


Kewaunee will hit the road to face Crivitz, a team head coach Randy Charles knows very well in advance of the game.


Algoma also hits the road to face Gillett as they look to rebound from last week's loss to Newman Catholic.


Sturgeon Bay will try to right the ship after its first foray in eight-man football when they make the long road trip to Park Falls to face Chequamegon


While the Algoma and Kewaunee games are slated to begin at 7 p.m, Sturgeon Bay's contest will start at 5 p.m. You can click on the links above for full game previews from

Sevastopol has tough matchup on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol has a chance to reverse the fortunes of both teams involved on Friday night at home. The 0-3 Pioneers will take on Florence who come in at 3-0. The Bobcats have outscored their opponents this season by a combined score of 150-14 which included a 54-6 victory over Gibraltar in the season-opener. Sevastopol made a change at quarterback last week against Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida and Tristian Beauchamp took advantage of his opportunity and threw for four touchdowns, three of them to Logan Beyer. Meanwhile, Florence's defense has only allowed two touchdowns all season.


You can hear the game live on 104.1 WRLU and at The pregame show begins at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Spartans look to upset Freedom on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans travel to Freedom to take on the Irish Friday night in a North Eastern Conference game.  The Spartans (1-1, 1-2 overall) are coming off a 31-8 home-opener victory over Marinette last week.  Freedom (2-0, 3-0 overall)  shut out Seymour 21-0.  Freedom, considered one of the perennial favorites in the conference, has beaten Oconto Falls and Clintonville so far this year.  The game will be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK and streamed live on  Pregame is set for 6:30 pm with Coach Dillon Maney of the Spartans with kick-off scheduled for 7 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the play-by-play. 


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 


Southern Door follows up record performance on 102.1

The Eagles take flight again traveling to Coleman for Week Four action. Southern Door is trying for an encore after last week's record-breaking performance by Nick Baudhuin. Number five put up an eye-popping 403 yards on the ground with six touchdowns. The Eagles are 1-2 on the season but believe they have found their groove. The Coleman Cougars have an identical record with their last outing being a 21-18 defeat at Kewaunee. You can hear the game on More FM 102.1 starting at 6:30 with the Door County Medical Center Pregame Show. Kickoff is at 7 PM.

Broadcasts scheduled for Friday night, Saturday afternoon football

Four games over two days will be broadcast on the radio stations of this weekend.


On Friday night, Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will broadcast from Freedom as the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans battle the Irish on 96.7 WBDK. Brett Kinnard and Grant Dossetto will have the action on 102.1 MORE FM when Southern Door travels to face Coleman. Jonathan Bregman and Tim Ash will stay close to home on 104.1 WRLU with Sevastopol hosting Florence. Friday night broadcasts begin at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. Other Friday night games include Kewaunee playing at Crivitz and Algoma traveling to Gillett for 7 p.m. tilts.


Tim Kowols and Jay Kita will have the call from Fish Creek on 105.1 The Viking as Gibraltar hosts Laona-Wabeno for a Saturday afternoon matinee. Pregame begins at 12:30 p.m. Saturday followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.



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Golf, tennis scheduled to play on

Local teams in tennis and golf will have to make sure Mother Nature did not cancel their competitions on Thursday.


In golf action, Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay are scheduled to battle West De Pere, De Pere, Oconto Falls, Shawano Community, Marinette, Oconto, and Bay Port in Menominee, Michigan this morning beginning at 10 a.m. Kewaunee tennis returns to action this afternoon when it hosts Plymouth at 4 p.m.


While tennis may be more weather resistant than golf, both will have to make sure the playing surfaces are safe to play. 

Volleyball preview: Crowded night ahead

Thursday night is a busy one for area volleyball teams with six teams in action.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco looks to build on its third-place finish over the weekend with a match at Little Chute beginning at 7 p.m. 


Packerland Conference action Thursday includes Kewaunee heading to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, Gibraltar traveling to Oconto, Sevastopol hosting Sturgeon Bay, and Algoma making the trip to Peshtigo. Those matches are also expected to begin at 7 p.m. Southern Door will be back in action this Saturday for the Ripon Invitational.


Early Packerland Conference standings have Algoma and Southern Door as the top local teams with two points (1-0 in conference play) under their belts.


Click here for Packerland Conference Volleyball Standings

Soccer preview: Conference rivals face off

Packerland Conference rivals will face off on expected wet field conditions this afternoon in soccer action.


Kewaunee travels north to Algoma for a 4:30 p.m. kick off while Sturgeon Bay stays at home to face N.E.W. Lutheran at 6:30 p.m. 


In the earliest standings released by the Packerland Conference, Algoma is the top local team with two points (1-1-0) on the young season. 


Click here to see 2019 Packerland Conference Standings

Brewers catch Cubs in wild card chase

The Milwaukee Brewers are taking full advantage of the freefall of their southern neighbors after beating the Miami Marlins 7-5 Wednesday.


Trent Grisham opened the scoring for the Brewers with his fifth home run of the season, only to have it matched by a Starlin Castro sacrifice fly in the bottom half of the first inning. After the Marlins took a 2-1 lead, the Brewers stormed back to take the lead thanks to a Mike Moustakas home run in the third inning and a Zach Davies RBI single in the fourth. A pair of home runs tied the game up for the Marlins in the seventh inning, but it was Moustakas who gave the Brewers the final two runs it needed as he slugged his second dinger of the game and his 33rd of the season in the top of the ninth inning. Josh Hader nailed it down in the bottom half of the ninth to secure his 30th save of the season. 


The Brewers will finish its series with the Marlins this afternoon at 12:10 with hopes of having the second wild card slot all to themselves if the Chicago Cubs' freefall continues in San Diego.

DCU swim results from Monday

Door County United squared off against Plymouth in the pool Monday night. Results by event are below:



Sturgeon Bay girls golf postponed

Rain from Monday night into Tuesday morning kept the Sturgeon Bay girls golf team from competing. The Clippers were scheduled to play at Ridgeway Golf Course in Neenah on Tuesday in a Bay Conference tournament. No makeup date has been announced as of yet. Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to be in Marinette on Thursday for a tournament. That field also includes Luxemburg-Casco.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer picks up first conference win

Luxemburg-Casco soccer has started the season off strong and opened Northeastern Conference play with a victory on Tuesday. The Spartans are now 4-0-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference after a 4-2 home victory over Waupaca. Griffin Saldana was the star for L-C picking up a hat trick and an assist. Carter Sewell scored the other goal for the Spartans and also added an assist. Garrett Zuleger was active in the net with 12 saves.


Luxemburg-Casco will next be in action on Friday and Saturday in the Port Washington Quad with Edgewood, Platteville and Port Washington.

A good day for Door County volleyball

A couple of Door County volleyball teams picked up convincing victories in their matches on Tuesday. Sturgeon Bay was at home against Green Bay West and won 3-0. The sets were 25-3, 25-17 and 25-5.


Gibraltar was also on their home court and they knocked off Stockbridge 3 sets to none. They won each set by at least seven, 25-18, 25-11, 25-10.


You can find more complete wrapups at

Brewers win but lose Yelich

The Brewers playoff chances were helped and hurt on Tuesday night. Milwaukee is now only one game back of the Cubs for the second Wild Card in the National League after the Brewers knocked off the Marlins 4-3 and Chicago lost to the Padres 9-8 in extra innings. However Christian Yelich, in contention for a second straight MVP, fouled a ball off his right knee in the first inning and broke the kneecap. He will miss the rest of the season. Yelich finishes the season with a .329 batting average, 44 home runs, 97 RBI's and 30 stolen bases.


The Brewers scored the winning run on a ninth-inning sacrifice fly from Tyler Austin driving home Yasmani Grandal. Hernan Perez hit his 7th home run of the season in the game. Milwaukee goes for their 6th win in a row on Wednesday night in Miami for a 6:10 first pitch.

Algoma soccer rallies past NEW Lutheran

Algoma came back in the second half to knock off NEW Lutheran on the road Monday night, 2-1. The only goal of the first half went to NEW's Antonio Barras. His shot caromed off an Algoma defender into the back of the net from inside the box. Shortly after halftime, the Wolves tied it up. Padrein Duerst used a header to net a crossing attempt from Reily Reinhart. An unassisted Algoma goal by Justin Dragosh was the deciding score. NEW Lutheran had a golden opportunity to tie the game late on a penalty kick. The effort went off the crossbar and stayed out. Algoma goalie Haakon Utesh had 14 saves.

Sturgeon Bay on the links and in the pool

Sturgeon Bay athletes will have a busy Tuesday in store for them.


The Clippers girls golf team is back in action Tuesday after having an invitational on Monday as well. They head to Appleton to face Xavier High School this afternoon at 3 p.m.


The swim team, which also features members from Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol swim this evening at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA against Plymouth. Events begin at 6 p.m.

Area athlete collegiate showcase: Week 1

While the focus locally has been on high school sports, some former area athletes are shining bright in the college ranks in the fall season's opening weeks.


-Concordia St. Paul linebacker Dalton Smerchek (Luxemburg-Casco) earned conference defensive player of the week honors. His efforts helped the Bears win their season opener 41-17 over Sioux Falls.


-Carroll University cross country Alli Spitzer (Algoma) scored points for her team in their first meet of the season in Green Bay with a time of 20:31. The effort helped Carroll capture first place in the Tom Barry Invitational hosted by St. Norbert College.



Once a week we will highlight former area athletes doing incredible things at the college level. Please email us at and we will include it in this series.

Volleyball preview: Packerland plays non-conference matches

Local teams in the Packerland Conference are playing teams outside the area for their matches Tuesday night.


Gibraltar will host Stockbridge at 6 p.m. while Sturgeon Bay will play at home against Green Bay West beginning at 7 p.m. It marks the second day in a row the Clippers will hit the court after playing at Shawano Community on Monday.

Brewers pound Marlins

You can make it four in a row for surging Milwaukee Brewers after they defeated the Miami Marlins 8-3 on the road Monday night.


The Brewers jumped on the Marlins early with two runs in the first inning and one more tally in the fifth before the Marlins got on the board in their half of the fifth inning to make it 3-1. After trading runs in the sixth, the Brewers blew it open in the seventh thanks to a two-run triple by Trent Grisham and a two-run homer by Yasmani Grandal.


The Brewers were able to inch forward in the wild card race after the Diamondbacks lost 3-1 to the Mets. The two teams match up again for start just after 6 p.m. tonight in Miami.


Soccer recap: Clipper Soccer defeats Peshtigo 6-1

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers rolled to a 6-1 road victory over Peshtigo in a conference match Tuesday afternoon.  The Clippers were led by CJ Fairchild who had a hat trick with three goals while Eli Dietzel added two goals.  Carson Dworak scored the Clippers other goal.  Sturgeon Bay had a 2-1 lead going into intermission before tallying the final four goals in the second half to cruise to victory.  


In other local soccer action, Algoma scored two goals in the second half to get past NEW Lutheran 2-1. No score was given for Monday's matchup between Kewaunee and Gibraltar/Sevastopol.


Tonight's soccer action includes Kewaunee traveling to Wrightstown, Gibraltar/Sevastopol heading to Denmark for matches beginning at 4:30 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco will play under the lights at home beginning at 6:30 p.m. against Waupaca.

Kewaunee cross country compete in Monday invite

The Kewaunee cross country teams kick off its week on Monday with a race in Neenah.


The Storm will join Crivitz, Mishicot, Roncalli, St. Lawrence Seminary, Wrightstown and St. Mary Catholic for the invitational being held at Winagamie Golf Course.


The area's other cross country teams were busy at invites of their own over the weekend. Southern Door's boys and girls teams took seventh in the 13-team small-school division at the Freedom Irish Invitational. The races also featured competitors from Sevastopol, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay.


You can find full results of those races online at

Volleyball preview: Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee in action

Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee get into the act after the area's other teams played over the weekend.


Volleyball action in Kewaunee begins at 5 p.m. as the Storm hosts Brillion, Reedsville, and Roncalli for a quad meet. Sturgeon Bay returns serve this evening at seven when they travel to face Shawano Community.


Over the weekend Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco played at the Tom Larsen Classic hosted by Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay. The Spartans took third overall, winning four of its six matches including beating the Eagles 25-18, 25-16. Sevastopol played at the Gresham Invitational.


You can find more coverage of those matches online at

Soccer preview: Teams host conference matches

Soccer teams of the Packerland Conference will get into action right away this week with games scheduled for Monday afternoon.


Three matches will feature local teams including Algoma hitting the road to play NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee hosting Gibraltar/Sevastopol. and Sturgeon Bay traveling to Peshtigo.


All matches begin at 4:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco meet in golf

The area's two girls golf programs find themselves hitting the links together this morning in Oconto Falls.


Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay will join Pulaski, Seymour, Bonduel, Shawano Community, Marinette, Denmark, Wrightstown, and Oconto Falls for the invitational which tees off at 10 a.m. The two schools are also scheduled to meet again later this week at Riverside Golf Course in Michigan.

Brewers capture series from Cubs

The Milwaukee Brewers put an exclamation point on their season series against the Chicago Cubs in its 8-5 win Sunday.


Most of the damage came in the fourth inning when the Brewers were down 3-1.  Ryan Braun collected his second RBI of the day on a double before Hernan Perez drove him in to tie the game at three. Tyler Austin delivered the big blow, a three-run shot that gave the Brewers all they would need. Eric Thames delivered his 21st homer in the sixth inning and Tyrone Taylor singled in a run to cap off the scoring for the Brewers. Jason Heyward's 19th home run would call in Josh Hader from the pen to stop the game from going further as he earned his 29th save of the season.


The last 10 days for the Brewers not only garnered two series win from the Cubs, but also the season series by a slim 10-9 margin.


The Brewers look to edge even closer in the wild card chase when they play the Marlins tonight in Miami.

Checkers wave for season finale at The Hill

 82 drivers checked in to do battle for the final race of the 2019 season. There were 25 Sport Mods, 20 Street Stocks, 17 Stock Cars, 14 Modifieds and 6 Bombers.  


The Modifieds made their first appearance of the season and Kelsy Hayes drew the pole. Hayes jumped out to an early lead with Mike Wedelstadt and Kyle Kudick in hot pursuit. Wedelstadt proved to be too tough as he used the top groove to take the lead. Kudick was the next to work past Hayes and into the runner up position. Wedelstadt went unchallenged the remainder of the event to score a clean sweep on the night. Kudick came home in the runner-up position, Jason Ebert won a race long battle to place third, Todd Dart was fourth and Jeremy Jacobs completed the top five.  


In Street Stock action it was Dan Van Pay leading the opening laps as David Hoerning and Troy Muench began to apply pressure early. Hoerning was able to dispose of Muench, setting his sights on Van Pay. On lap 8, Hoerning made the pass for the top spot. Van Pay dogged Hoerning all the way to checker but it wasn’t enough as Hoerning earned his first win of the season. Van Pay had to settle for second. Dave DeGrave came home third while driving his back-up car, Muench was fourth and John Denil Jr had his best run of the season to place fifth.  


Several cautions couldn’t slow Shawn Havel’s charge as he easily pulled away from the pack, picking up the win over Rod Snellenberger in the Stock Cars. David Bouche was third, John Anschutz took fourth and 2019 champion Brett Wenzel rounded out the top five.  


Cody Rass led all 20 laps to score his second feature win of the season in the Sport Mods. Dennis Miesler placed a solid second, 2019 champion Chris Budzban was third after starting 15th, Cole Magnin placed fourth in his first visit of the season and Andy Klosterman was fifth.  


2019 Bomber champion Tony Everard picked up his second win of the season, leading every lap of the feature.  


The Hill Raceway is located at 812 North 14th Street in Sturgeon Bay, WI. All track information for the upcoming season can be found on our Facebook @hillraceway or contact 920-495-6631  




MODIFIED FEATURE: Mike Wedelstadt, Fremont; Kyle Kudick, Mishicot; Jason Ebert, Clintonville; Todd Dart, Algoma; Jeremy Jacobs, Luxemburg 


HEAT 1) Wedelstadt; Kudick 2) Ebert; Shawn Kilgore, New Franken 


STOCK CAR FEATURE: Shawn Havel, Algoma; Rod Snellenberger, Pulaski; Dave Bouche, Algoma; John Anschutz, Forestville; Brett Wenzel, Manitowoc 


HEAT 1) Snellenberger; Wenzel 2) Anschutz; Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor 


SPORT MOD FEATURE: Cody Rass, Sturgeon Bay; Dennis Miesler, Luxemburg; Chris Budzban, Luxemburg; Cole Magnin, Oconto Falls; Andy Klosterman, Cecil 


HEAT 1) Doug Mauer, Green Bay; Magnon 2) Dustin Wudstrack, Tigerton; Cory Kemkes, Appleton 3) Robert Wittkopf, Green Bay; Miesler 


STREET STOCK FEATURE: David Hoerning, Grand Chute; Dan Van Pay, Denmark; Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg; Troy Muench, Brussels; John Denil Jr, Sturgeon Bay  


HEAT 1) Muench; DeGrave 2) Van Pay; Brian Krejcarek, Two Rivers 3) Horening; Ford Malvitz, Sturgeon Bay 


BOMBER FEATURE: Tony Everard, Green Bay; Scott Schlafke, Cleveland; TJ Everard, Green Bay; Jordan Gracyalny, Kaukauna; Missy Clark, Luxemburg 


HEAT 1) TJ Everard; Schlafke  

Algoma football suffers first eight-man loss

Algoma Head Coach Wade Vandervest said earlier in the week that Newman Catholic would be the Wolves' biggest eight-man test to date. On Friday night, Algoma fell short in answering that challenge. The Fighting Cardinals picked up a 42-12 victory on the road. Quarterback Ben Bates ran for two scores and threw for another as Newman Catholic jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead. Algoma tried to fire back in the third, scoring twice. QB Carter Zimmerman had a one-yard touchdown run before finding Chase Peronto for 50 yards. Both touchdown drives had unsuccessful two-point attempts. After three, it was 28-12. Algoma's defense couldn't slam the door shut for the entire second half though. Newman Catholic scored two more times in the fourth to round out the scoring.


Algoma was missing running back Oliver Robertson who was hurt on special teams in Week Two at Sevastopol with the game well in hand in the second half. Algoma travels to Gillett on Friday.

Kewaunee football nips Coleman Friday Night

Kewaunee had to come from behind Friday night against Coleman. Ryan Carmichael found sophomore Benjamin Heim from ten yards out for the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter. The Storm added a two-point conversion to take a three-point lead which held up as the final score 21-18. It was Heim's first varsity game and he showed up on the stat sheet in a big way, 8 grabs for over 100 yards in total. Carmichael was 13-22 for 167 yards and two touchdowns. He also threw an interception. On the ground, Owen Kudick led the way for the Storm with 140 yards but Jack Severin picked up the rushing touchdown. Severin gained 77 yards on seven carries.


Coleman was on the board first, Cayden Bintz to Tyler Blanchard from five yards out. The Cougars did not convert for two. Before the end of the first, Severin notched his rushing touchdown to make it 7-6 Kewaunee after one. Carmichael completed a 5-yard touchdown pass to Jason Selner but missed the extra point. At the half, it was Kewaunee up 13-6.


The only score of the third was a 29-yard scamper by Coleman's Zach Cops. The Cougars failed on another two-point try and Kewaunee clung to a 13-12 lead. In the fourth, Coleman took its first lead on a 4-yard run by QB Cayden Bintz to make it 18-13 Cougars before Kewaunee's comeback.

Badgers post second consecutive shutout

The Badgers defense continues to have a clean 2019-2020 season. In Week One, Wisconsin shut out South Florida 49-0 and Saturday they blanked Central Michigan 61-0 in the home opener. It was as lopsided as the score would suggest.


Wisconsin outgained CMU 599-58. Quarterback Jack Coan threw for 363 yards, the fifth-best single-game mark in school history. Coan had three touchdown throws including two to WR Quintez Cephus. Central Michigan averaged less than two yards per pass and just 0.7 yards per rush. The Chippewas only possessed the ball for 20:33, barely half of what the Badgers had.


Wisconsin is off next week before starting Big Ten play on the 21st against Michigan. The Wolverines squeaked by Army 24-21 in double OT.

Yelich leads Brewers to win over Cubs

Christian Yelich might need a passport after Saturday's game. He was well-traveled on the basepaths with three steals helping to vault himself into the 40-30 club for 2019. That would be 40 home runs and 30 steals in a single season, a feat accomplished only nine other times in MLB history. It wasn't his feet that won the game for the Brew Crew though. Yelich delivered a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth plating Tyler Austin for a 3-2 Brewer win. Milwaukee picked up single runs in the sixth and eighth innings to answer Chicago scores. It wasn't until two were out in the bottom of the ninth that the Brewers took the lead. Milwaukee is within three games of the Cubs for the final Wild Card spot with the series finale this afternoon at Miller Park.

Badgers look to make it two straight

The Wisconsin Badgers football team will look to start their 2019 season with two straight wins when they face Central Michigan (1-0) at home Saturday. This will be the first of five straight home games for Wisconsin. The Badgers are coming off a dominant performance down in Tampa Bay where they defeated the South Florida 49-0. Reigning Doak Walker Award winner Jonathan had 4 total touchdowns in the game. Kickoff for Saturday’s game is scheduled for 2:30 PM.

Yelich, Grandal homeruns power Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers bounced back from Thursday’s loss and defeated the Cubs 7-1 Friday. Reigning NL MVP Christian Yelich hit a 3-run homerun in the bottom of the 3rd inning, his 44th on the year. Brewers’ catcher Yasmani Grandal also added a solo homerun in the bottom of the 4th inning for his 24th homerun on the season. Starting pitcher Zach Davies went five solid innings, only allowing 3 hits, 1 run while striking out 4 to pick up his ninth win on the year. The Brewers and Cubs will continue their series Saturday; Gio Gonzalez is slated to start for Milwaukee and he will face Yu Darvish. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 PM.

Sturgeon Bay falls in eight-man football debut on 103.3 The Clipper

It was not the start to the eight-man era that Head Coach Jim Adams and his team hoped for when Sturgeon Bay traveled to Oakfield Friday night. The Oaks scored in almost every way possible; through the air, on the ground, returning a kickoff, a fumble recovery, and an interception return. This allowed Oakfield to put points on the board in bunches. The final was 77-24. Sturgeon Bay struggled on offense until Storm Adams was replaced at quarterback by Anthony Jennerjohn. Ball security tightened up and Jennerjohn hit Jack Schmelzer for two scores. The first in the second quarter on a post pattern for 46 yards. The second was a crossing route towards the right sideline from 28 yards out in the fourth quarter. The last score of the game was a 29-yard interception return by Curtis Barganz. Barganz stepped in front of a screen pass in the left flat. Sturgeon Bay was able to convert for two after all three touchdowns.

Trick play spurs Gibraltar to victory on 105.1 The Viking

Giving up a late first-half touchdown to the host Suring Eagles gave the motivation the Gibraltar Vikings needed to take control of the game in a 43-24 victory Friday night on 105.1 The Viking.


The two teams traded scores for much of the first half thanks to Luke Steebs finding Alex Laughlin for a pair of second-quarter touchdowns from 10 and 43 yards out. After the Eagles surprised the Vikings with a 39-yard touchdown pass with just over a minute remaining, the Vikings had a trick up their sleeve ending with Laughlin finding Steebs in the endzone on double-reverse passing play. It was all Gibraltar in the second half, outscoring Suring 21-8 thanks to Brandon Stillman, Steebs, and Sam Lindenberg scoring on rushing touchdowns.


Gibraltar will play two consecutive Saturday matinees beginning this upcoming week against Laona-Wabeno in Fish Creek. You'll be able to catch that game on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pre-game show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.


Full Stats


Post Game Interviews


First Half Action (Trick play comes at the 40 minute mark)


Second Half Action

Eagles get first victory on parent night on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles pulled out their first win in the 2019 season defeating Crivitz 39-14. It was parent night at Southern Door and the players put on a performance for their families. Running back Nick Baudhuin had a career night for the Eagles. The junior running back had 28 rushes for 392yds, a new school record, and scored all 6 touchdowns for Southern Door which tied the school record. 
The Eagles were able to get on the board about midway through the first quarter on a 26yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. The Wolverines were able to answer in the second quarter, scoring on a 16yd pass from QB Jaden Werner to WR Dawson Andrist; Wolverines converted a 2pt conversion to take an 8-7 lead. The Eagles did not let that lead last long though, going ahead 13-8 on a 7yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. Baudhuin would add another 13yd touchdown which gave the Eagles a 19-8 lead but the Wolverines would not go away easy. Crivitz scored with about 30 seconds left in the first half cutting the lead to 19-14.
In the second half though it was all Nick Baudhuin; the Eagles running back added 3 more scores from 31, 38, and 1yd respectively. The Eagles defense was just as good; they held the Wolverines offense to only 160yds as a whole. 
Southern Door (1-2) will look ahead to their next matchup at Coleman on September 13th. The game will broadcast on More FM 102.1. Pregame show begins at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming at 7 PM.

Sevastopol falls 58-32 to NEW Lutheran/Oneida on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol's offense came alive in the first half of their game against Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida. Unfortunately, the Pioneers issues stopping the run continued and they fell 58-32 on the road in a game heard on 104.1 WRLU and


Sevastopol scored a touchdown on the opening drive of the game and then got their other points on big plays. Tristian Beauchamp threw two long touchdown passes to Logan Beyer and one to Spencer Evenson. The junior running back and defensive back also returned a punt for a touchdown in the game.


NEW/Oneida broke the game open in the first half when they were leading 34-26. Peyton Ponfil intercepted a Beauchamp pass and returned it to the 10 yard line of Sevastopol. They would capitalize and the Pioneers would never get within one score the rest of the game.


It was a 50-26 score at the half and the defenses picked up their play in the second half as NEW/Oneida outscored Sevastopol 8-6.


Sevastopol's next game will be at home against Florence next Friday night. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 on 104.1 WRLU and

Spartans dominate Marinette 31-8 on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Marinette Marines 31-8 at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex Friday night in a North Eastern Conference game.  The Spartans were led by Reece Worachek who rushed for 155 yards and scored four touchdowns.  L-C  jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the first half as the Marines struggled to get going as they managed less than 100 yards of total offense.  Worachek scored his final touchdown with 5:58 left in the third quarter to seal the victory for the Spartans.  John Larsen added a 34 yard field goal in the fourth quarter to close out the scoring.  The Spartans (1-1, 1-2 overall) will now travel to Freedom to face the Irish next Friday in a game you can listen to on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show and kickoff at 7 pm. 


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Saturday volleyball preview

A number of girls’ volleyball teams from around the area will take the court Saturday. Gibraltar will travel down to Oshkosh to participate in a 16-team invitational at Lourdes Academy. The Pioneers of Sevastopol will travel to Gresham to participate in a quad against Gresham, Bowler and Elcho. And both Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door will participate in an invitational at Notre Dame De La Baie Academy. Other participating teams include De Pere, Greendale, Pewaukee, Sun Prairie and Xavier.

Algoma volleyball sweeps Sevastopol Thursday

Each set got progressively more competitive Thursday night at Algoma High School as the Wolves broomed Sevastopol 25-10, 25-14, 25-17. That may be the only positive takeaway for the Pioneers who fell to 1-6 on the season. Algoma is 6-4, winners of five straight. Thursday's win was a true team effort. Sydney Zimmerman led the Wolves at the net with 16 kills. Captain Jacklyn Dean had 16 assists offensively to go with seven service aces. She was active on defense, picking up three blocks and 15 digs. Setter Hanna Weise had seven aces and 22 overall service points. She added 10 kills as well for a complete effort on offense. Wiese racked up 14 digs on defense. Algoma's next matchup is next Thursday against Peshtigo. 

Lady Spartan Volleyball falls to Foxes in conference opener

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans fell in five games to Fox Valley Lutheran Thursday night in the opener of North Eastern Conference Volleyball action.  The Spartans will now play Notre Dame in a non-conference match on Saturday at 9:00 am in Green Bay.  The results below are compliments of Coach Jeff Frey of L-C.   




FVL 3-2 (23-25, 25-20, 25-15, 15-25, 17-15)

LC (6-5/ 0-1)

LC Stats:

Bekah Day-42 assists, 12 Digs
Kenzie Hanson-16 Kills, 12 Digs
Hannah Derenne-11 Kills, 10 Digs
Allie Routhieaux-20 Digs

Gibraltar takes aim at Suring on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings football team hope to make it two in a row on the young season when they travel to take on the Suring Eagles on 105.1 The Viking Friday night.


The Vikings' offense got back on track last Thursday during its 52-26 win over Gillett. The output has placed Luke Steebs as the conference's leader in passing yards and two of his favorite targets, Alex Laughlin and Brandon Stillman, in the top three for receiving. The defense will have its work cut out for them with Suring's Logan Staurt rushing the ball at a clip of over 250 yards per game. Like many teams recently making the switch to eight-man, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says it has to figure out to counteract Suring using 11-man concepts in its line play.



Tim Kowols will have the call of Friday's game between Gibraltar and Suring on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7:00.  





L-C, Kewaunee finish together in DePere Invitational

An incoming storm forced Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco cross country runners to participate in one of the most unique scenes you will ever see in De Pere Thursday evening.


Heavy rains and lightning in the area made finishing one 5k race at the De Pere Invitational questionable let alone four At the suggestion of Green Bay West's most senior head coach, all the schools agreed to have all the kids run together -- boys and girls from the varsity and junior varsity. In the end, Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco boys' teams finished in sixth and seventh place respectively while the Luxemburg-Casco girls squad took fourth. The Spartans' Spencer Thiry (18:46) and Kewaunee's James (18:38) and Cameron Cullen (18:58) broke the tape in less than 19 minutes. On the girls' side, Kewaunee's Elizabeth Lamack (23:08) and Luxemburg-Casco's Megan Vandermause (23:10) were their team's top finishers. 


Click the team to get full results




Pictures by Don Buntman


Volleyball recap: Southern Door sweeps Sturgeon Bay

Southern Door provided the lone win in local volleyball action, albeit against another area team.


Kendra Dantoin and Jacie Atkins combined for 15 points for 3-0 victory over Sturgeon Bay.


Agne Zukauskaite registered 16 kills and 17 digs in Gibraltar's 3-2 loss to Peshtigo.


Kewaunee dropped its match to Oconto in straight sets 3-0.


Bekah Day collected 42 assists and 12 digs, but Luxemburg-Casco dropped the final set to fall to Fox Valley Lutheran 3-2.


More coverage of these matches to come at

Weather forces cancellations

Unless it was indoors or able to fit in a tight window, there is a good chance weather forced many high school events last night.


Soccer games featuring Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco were among those events cancelled last night as heavy rains and lightning hit the area during the 4 p.m. hour. Those games have not yet been rescheduled.



Packers top Bears in season opener

It was not pretty, but it worked for the Green Bay Packers as they escaped Chicago with a 10-3 victory over the rival Bears.


The Packers were held to negative yards in the first quarter, but were able to escape it down only three after Eddy Pineiro hit a 38-yard field goal. After finding Marquez Valdes-Scantling for a big gain, Aaron Rodgers was able to find Jimmy Graham in the end zone in the second quarter to go into the half up 7-3. The Packers extended their lead thanks to Mason Crosby in the fourth quarter and held onto it thanks to some timely sacks and an interception by former Bear Adrian Amos. 


The Packers are back home for five of their next six games including next Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Cubs slug past Brewers

Six home runs were hit in the Milwaukee Brewers' 10-5 loss Thursday night at Miller Park.


Leads went back and forth through the first five innings thanks to home runs by Yasmani Grandal and Hernan Perez for the Brewers and Willson Contreras for the Cubs. That all changed in the sixth when Anthony Rizzo's double gave the Cubs a 5-4 lead and Kyle Schwarber blew the game wide open with a grand slam a few batters later. Cory Spangenberg hit a solo home run in the sixth inning to narrow the lead, only to see it stretched back to five with one swing of the bat for David Bote.


The Cubs and Brewers are back in action Friday night at 7:10 as both teams battle for wild card positioning.

Clippers begin eight-man era Friday Night on 103.3

For the first time ever, Sturgeon Bay will participate in eight-man varsity football. The team had to forfeit its 11-man schedule less than a month ago after only 15 players participated in the first day of practice. The last-minute scramble to try to put together a new slate of games for 2019 netted three opponents. The first of those matchups sees Sturgeon Bay traveling to Oakfield to try and carve up the Oaks Friday night. Oakfield is 1-1 on the year. They were knocked around by Newman Catholic 53-21 in Week One before rebounding for a 25-24 victory against Belmont.

The Door County Medical Center pregame is at 6:30 with kickoff at 7 on 103.3 The Clipper.

Sevastopol trying for first win on the road on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol football will try to recover from last week's 48-6 loss to Algoma in the home-opener when they travel to Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida at Oneida Nation High School on Friday night. Both teams come in at 0-2 and both have suffered losses to Algoma. NEW/Oneida opened up the season with a 32-0 loss to the Wolves. Jack De Young, Spencer Evenson, Arthur Hocevar and company will try to improve to 1-1 in the conference and pick up a victory.


The game will be broadcasted live on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Spartans host Marinette on WBDK Friday night

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will play host to the Marinette Marines in a North Eastern Conference football game Friday night.  The Spartans (0-1, 0-2 overall) are coming off a tough 21-19 loss to Fox Valley Lutheran last week.  Marinette (0-1, 0-2) lost in their M & M rivalry game with Menominee last week 43-14.  The home opener for the Spartans will celebrate Alumni Night, Veterans Night and Family Night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame and kick off at 7 pm on 96.7 FM WBDK.  The game will also be streamed live on 



(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) --Reese Worachek rushed for over 200 yards last week versus FVL

Kewaunee football looking for complete game

Last Friday night, Kewaunee evened its season at 1-1 with a roller coaster win at Manawa. The Storm responded well to the week one loss by putting together a great first quarter. After 12 minutes of play it was 21-0 Storm. At halftime though, it was tied. Head Coach Randy Charles says he is not concerned, yet, about his team's inability to put together a complete football game.


That doesn't mean it isn't on his wishlist though. To open conference play, Kewaunee faces Coleman. The Cougars like to prowl on the ground. Expect Tyler Blanchard and Owen Kinziger to both get carries. They are each over 100 yards rushing on the season. Kewaunee is more balanced. In the win against Manawa, the Storm threw for 242 yards and ran for 180. Owen Kudick remains the threat on the ground with Max Hanrahan the receiver of choice for QB Ryan Carmichael. 

Clippers ready for tough stretch

The Sturgeon Bay High School soccer team has a tough four-game stretch over the next five days but head coach Todd Maas is not worrying. The Clippers are coming off a 6-4 victory over Fox Valley Lutheran. Tonight, the team will take on Stockbridge at home before heading down to Racine for The Prairie School Quad on Friday and Saturday. The Clippers will battle The Prairie School at 5 PM on Friday and take on Wauwatosa West at 10 AM on Saturday. The team will have Sunday off before travelling to Peshtigo to take on the Bulldogs on Monday. Even though the team will play a lot of games in a short time period head coach Todd Maas says the chemistry between the players should have them prepared.


Maas adds that his players looked good in their latest victory but they need to work on their defense if they want to continue succeeding going forward.

Algoma football gears up for Newman Catholic

Head Coach Wade Vandervest believes Newman Catholic could pose the greatest challenge for Algoma this season. The Wolves are 2-0 in 2019 and have outscored their opponents by a combined 80-6. In the first three quarters of their week two matchup at Sevastopol, the Algoma defense allowed just a single first down. Sevastopol quickly tried to go to the air to move the ball. Algoma handled it with general ease but Vandervest isn't ready to say that the Wolves will react as well to Newman's air raid offense. Their quarterback, Ben Tate, is completing 73 percent of his passes this year with eight touchdowns and zero interceptions. 

Algoma plans to counterattack the Fighting Cardinals with a creative wildcat style offense. Vandervest says Algoma developed the offense specifically for the eight-man game.


Those two athletes are Carter Zimmerman and Oliver Robertson. Robertson was injured on special teams in the second half last week. If he is unable to go Friday night, look for wingback Brett Benesh to pick up some of the slack. Benesh has 6 rushing attempts on the year for 167 yards, a 28 yard average per carry. Kick off is at 7 PM Friday night at Algoma High School.

Eagles look to end losing streak on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles will return home Friday for a matchup against the Crivitz Wolverines. The Eagles are coming off of a 24-7 loss at Wausau East which dropped their record to 0-2. The Wolverines are 1-1 on the season and are coming off a 56-0 victory over Wild Rose. Head Coach Ryan Zuelke says if the team wants to succeed this week, they are going to have to stop the Wolverines run game.

The game will be broadcasted on More FM 102.1. Pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming right after at 7 PM.

Soccer preview: Full slate on tap for Thursday

Soccer fields will be full Thursday as the area's teams head out across the region for matches.


Luxemburg-Casco will play under the lights at home against Marinette beginning at 6:30 p.m.  The Spartans are coming off a 1-1 draw against Roncalli on Tuesday.


In the Packerland Conference, Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play in Fish Creek to battle conference foe NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee hosts Green Bay West, Algoma plays at home against Peshtigo, and Sturgeon Bay stays close to meet up with Stockbridge. While the Algoma and Kewaunee games will take place at 4 and 4:30 p.m. respectively, the Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar/Sevastopol matches will begin at 6:30 p.m.



Picture courtesy of L-C Soccer Club Facebook page


Tennis, swimming back after layoff

The area's only teams in swimming and tennis have their action of the new school year Thursday afternoon.


In Kewaunee, the Storm tennis team will host Howards Grove beginning at 4 p.m. It's been over a week since the Storm took the court, last playing Kewaskum on August 27th.


At 5 p.m. the Door County Co-op swim team hits the water for an invitational at Shawano. Clintonville, Marinette, New London, Seymour, Wittenberg-Birnamwood and Shawano Community will be the other teams competing. It is the first meet for the joint squad since swimming at Marinette August 24th.

Volleyball preview: Conference play begins

Conference rivalries resume tonight with all seven area volleyball teams in action across the area.


In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to Appleton to face Fox Valley Lutheran. The Spartans are coming off a tough Sun Prairie Tournament where they finished 6-4 on the weekend to come in seventh place.


Packerland Conference matches include Gibraltar hosting Peshtigo in its first action of the season, Southern Door traveling to Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee battling Oconto, and Algoma playing Sevastopol at home.


All matches begin at 7 p.m.


Golf preview: Local teams return to action

Golf teams from Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco hit the links this afternoon for their first action since the school year started earlier this week.


The Spartans tee off at 3 p.m. at Riverside Golf Course to face Fox Valley Lutheran and Marinette. The Clippers take their first swings at the same time as they travel to face Seymour. 

Cross country preview: L-C, Kewaunee face stiff competition

Cross country teams from Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee will find themselves among some of the top area squads this afternoon when they run at the De Pere Invitational. West De Pere, Green Bay West,  Lena, Shawano Community, Bay Port, Wrightstown, Notre Dame Academy, and De Pere will join the Spartans and Storm for the 5K races. Notre Dame Academy and De Pere had both their boys and girls teams qualify for the state meet last year. Both Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco are a week removed from their last meet, running at the Chief K and Two Rivers invitationals respectively. Girls race first with the junior varsity squads starting things at 4 p.m. followed by the varsity teams at 4:40.


Race Schedule

JV Girls @ 4, V Girls @ 4:40, JV Boys @ 5:10, V Boys @5:40



Clippers begin conference play

The Sturgeon Bay High School volleyball team will get its first conference action on Thrusday, September 5th. The Clippers will face off against the Eagles of Southern Door. Sturgeon Bay is coming off a triangular in Reedsville where the team went 1-1 against Reedsville and Freedom. In last year’s matchup, the Clippers walked away with a 3-2 victory over the Eagles. The Sturgeon Bay vs Southern Door match is scheduled for 7PM.

Tough four game stretch for Clippers

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys’ soccer team has a tough four game stretch over the next five days. The Clippers will start with a matchup against Stockbridge at 6:30 PM on Thursday. The team will then participate in The Prairie School Quad down in Racine on Friday and Saturday. On Friday at 5PM, the Clippers will face off against The Prairie School and then on Saturday at 10 AM the team is set to face Wauwatosa West. The team will have Sunday off before a road matchup at Peshtigo on Monday at 4:30 PM. The Clippers are currently 1-0 on the year after defeating Fox Valley Lutheran 6-4 on August 29th.

Algoma volleyball opens conference play Thursday

Algoma volleyball is riding high coming off an undefeated effort at the Reedsville Invite last Friday. They have improved to 5-4 overall after a 1-4 start. Coach Eric Dean says Algoma's main weakness is the team's lack of size. Combining that with graduations from key members of last year's squad, the result was players in new positions on the court. Volleyball teams only have one week of practice before their match so some of the gelling happened on the court, with growing pains visible. Packerland Conference play opens with the Wolves hosting Sevastopol. The Pioneers are 1-5 on the year. Of those five losses, four have been two-set sweeps. The teams have had no common opponents so far this year. First set starts Thursday at 7 PM.

Berkley named new Sevastopol baseball coach

Sevastopol went just south of its district lines to grab its next head baseball coach.


In a message sent to Sturgeon Bay baseball players sent on Saturday, Kent Berkley told his former team that he had accepted the head baseball coach position at Sevastopol. Under the tutelage of head baseball coach John Berns, Berkley served as a hitting coach for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay had two Packerland championships and a number of all-conference players during Berkley's short time with the program.


Berkley could not be reached via phone, but you can read the full message he sent to players, families, and supporters below.


"Having already written a note of gratitude to Coach Berns, Coach Andre and AD Meikle, this note is directed to the student-athletes and parents of Sturgeon Bay High School. I have accepted the position of Head Baseball Coach at Sevastopol High School for the 2020 season. I want to express how much I enjoyed working with each of you in the SBHS baseball program. Having the opportunity to teach the greatest game ever conceived to so many fine young men these past two seasons has been a great joy and gift for me. I tip my cap to the parents for nurturing and developing this group of young men who exhibited good character and spirit. Although I have been coaching baseball for decades, I make it a goal to continue learning new approaches for teaching the game. Good coaches steal from each other and I have learned valuable lessons from Coaches Berns and Andre. I have also learned a great deal from each player. I am always trying to find the best way to frame and communicate teaching points and the feedback you players provided has been extremely helpful in making me a better coach. Thank you -- I will miss working with you and seeing you on a regular basis. My parting advice to each player is to take advantage of every learning opportunity that presents itself to you. Remember that the time to prepare isn’t after you have been given the opportunity, it is long before the opportunity arises. So, work hard this off season and report to baseball practice ready to go. Listen carefully to Coach Berns and Coach Andre. They know the game and have proven track records of success. You also have a returning team captain in Jake Schneider who is an exemplary player, leader and competitor. The program is in good hands. My desire to work again as a head coach in no way diminishes how fond I am of SBHS. It has been a great place to work and a great place to send my son for an education. Luckily, we live in a small community and I will have the pleasure of seeing you all at school events and at other happenings in the community. In addition, Coach Berns and I plan to stay in touch regularly and to collaborate on some joint events to promote baseball in the community so I will likely see you in those venues also. Best to you all. Coach Kent Berkley"

Bicoy finishes second in Algoma

Sturgeon Bay's Nalani Bicoy put up a strong showing at the cross country meet in Algoma on Tuesday. Bicoy placed second among all runners and was the best for Sturgeon Bay. Seven other schools participated in the meet. Sturgeon Bay cross country will be back in action on Saturday at Irish Waters Golf Course in Kaukauna.

Tuesday soccer results

A couple of Kewaunee County high school boys soccer teams were in action on Thursday, Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco. The Storm hosted Denmark while L-C traveled to Roncalli.


Kewaunee picked up their first win of the season in the home-opener 8-2 over Denmark.


The Spartans tied with Roncalli 1-1. It was the first time L-C didn't win this season as they are now 3-0-1.


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Brewers keep pace with Cubs and Cardinals

The Brewers scored all their runs in the third inning on Tuesday and that was all they needed to pick up a 4-2 victory over the Astros at Miller Park. With the Astros up 1-0, Ryan Braun singled home Trent Grisham to tie it. Then Eric Thames delivered the big blow, a three-run homer off of Houston starter Zack Greinke.


Jordan Lyles delivered a terrific start for Milwaukee going 6 1/3 innings only allowing two runs and striking out six. The bullpen pitched a perfect 1 2/3 innings to secure the victory. 


Both the Cubs and Cardinals also won Tuesday so the Brewers remain seven games back of St. Louis in the division and four games behind Chicago for the second Wild Card. Milwaukee has Wednesday off before they start a huge four-game series with the Cubs at Miller Park starting on Thursday.

Cross country preview: Algoma hosts invitational

After Gibraltar hosted the first invitational of the young season last week, Algoma will take its turn Tuesday afternoon. The Wolves will welcome Denmark, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Lena, Mishicot, NEWCHAA (Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton), Oconto, Providence Academy (Green Bay), Sturgeon Bay, and Wolf River Lutheran to its home course at Algoma High School. It will be a rematch from last week's Chief K Invitational for at least three of the teams, with the Mishicot boys and the Algoma girls the top performing teams.


The gun fires for the first race at 4:30 p.m.



Soccer preview: Two area teams in action

Two teams will pair the first day of school with soccer matches this afternoon.


Kewaunee stays at home to face Denmark while Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to face Roncalli. Both games begin at 4:30 p.m. Following a day off on Wednesday, all five area teams will have matches on Thursday. 

Five games featured on Friday night

All five radio stations flying under the banner of will have high school football Friday night.


On 103.3 The Clipper, Sturgeon Bay will make its eight-man football debut when it plays at Oakfield.


It is Parent's Night in Brussels when Southern Door battles Crivitz on 102.1 MORE FM.


Gibraltar hits the road once again for its game on 105.1 The Viking for its matchup against Suring.


Sevastopol will look for its first win of the season when plays at Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran on 104.1 WRLU.


Luxemburg-Casco returns home for its game on 96.7 WBDK to face Marinette.


All game broadcasts begin at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. Other Friday games include Algoma hosting Newman Catholic and Kewaunee playing at home against Coleman.

Hunting seasons around the corner

Hunters of different kinds of game in Door and Kewaunee Counties are preparing for the opening day of their seasons.


Wednesday marks the first day hunters can hit the woods in search of bears with their dogs. Hunters in search of deer (bow and crossbow only), wild turkey, other game birds, and rabbits will have to wait until September 14th to get their taste of hunting this fall. Permits are available now on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website and area retailers.

Brewers fall in extras to Astros

Christian Yelich's 43rd homer of the season merely extended the game for the Milwaukee Brewers in its 3-2 loss to the Houston Astros in 10 innings.


Yasmani Grandal opened the scoring for the Brewers with his 22nd homer in the bottom of the first to stake them to a 1-0 lead. The Astros would tie it up on an Alex Bregman single in the third inning and take the lead with a home run by Yordan Alvarez. Following Yelich's heroics in the ninth inning, George Springer hit a solo shot against Junior Guerra to give the Astros the series-opening win. 


The two teams meet again Tuesday night at Miller Park beginning at 6:40 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay CC part of Algoma field Tuesday

For the first in the 2019-2020 school calendar, student-athletes will be fulfilling both those roles. Once the school bell rings, ten teams will make their way to Algoma for a cross country meet. Several Packerland squads are represented including NEW Lutheran from Green Bay, host Algoma, and Sturgeon Bay. The Clippers had only two boys participate in the Chief K Invitational hosted by Gibraltar last week. Bennet Johnson was 82nd overall at 22:23.44. The girls’ squad had a full squad and finished ninth overall. Miranda Olson finished 37th overall at 24:11.54. 

Kewaunee football holds on in Manawa

In the first quarter Friday night, a running clock looked like a foregone conclusion as Kewaunee jumped out to a 21-0 lead over the Wolves. Kewaunee opened up its bag of tricks early with running back Owen Kudick delivering a pass to receiver Max Hanrahan for 70 yards. The rest of the way it was Ryan Carmichael throwing for Kewaunee. He ended the night 12-24 for 172 yards and a TD. Kudick returned to the run game and was equally productive with 180 yards on 25 attempts and 2 TDs. 


Manawa wouldn’t go away though. They flipped the script in the second quarter, blanking the Storm 21-0 and at the half it was tied up. Manawa took its first lead of the game in the fourth when quarterback Mason Wiesner connected for 24 yards to Riley Krenke. The extra point was unsuccessful and Manawa led 30-28. Kewaunee wrested the lead back with Kudick’s second TD run and a Carmichael two-point conversation scamper to make the score a 36-30 final.

Kewaunee Volleyball 4-2 in Hilbert Tournament

The Storm ran the gauntlet Friday with six volleyball matches at the Hilbert Invitational. After dropping both matches in Stevens Point earlier in the week, Kewaunee took four of the six in Hilbert to put their overall record at 4-4. Kewaunee swept Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah twice, with the first matchup ending 25-20, 25-14. The second was 25-19, 25-18. Kewaunee topped Cambria-Friesland 25-10, 25-27, 15-7. The first set against Cambria was the Storm’s best of the season so far.

In the second half of the day, Kewaunee swept Kohler, grounding the Blue Bombers 25-23, 25-23. Kewaunee would lose the next two matchups, falling 16-25, 19-25 to Oconto Falls and 21-25, 25-22, 10-15 to Brillion.


Kewaunee Volleyball drops two to start year

The Kewaunee Storm failed to generate any lightning on August 27th, dropping their first two matches of the year at the Stevens Point Invitational. The host Panthers kept Kewaunee in check 17-25 and 18-25 for a two-set sweep. The second match of the day against the Berlin Indians got off on the wrong foot with Kewaunee dropping the first set 14-25. The Storm stabilized, taking the second set 25-17 but it was all Berlin in the deciding frame, 5-15. Kewaunee made adjustments and fared better in a tournament at the end of the week.

Yelich provides exclamation point in Brewers win

Milwaukee picked up a much-needed series win against the Cubs on the South Side of Chicago Sunday afternoon. After dropping Friday’s weekend opener, the Crew shut out Chicago the past two days. Saturday was a 2-0 nail biter and Sunday shaped up in the same way until the top of the ninth. It was a slim 1-0 lead until Yelich uncorked one to center field. The 443-foot three-run shot provided plenty of insurance for closer Josh Hader. The Brewers are now three games back of the Cubs for the second NL Wild Card. The Brewers are home this week starting this afternoon with a short two-game interleague matchup with the Astros. They meet the Cubs again this weekend for four games beginning Thursday.

Algoma volleyball undefeated in Reedsville

The Wolves came into Friday 1-4 on the year and entered the weekend at 5-4. It was a good, if long, day in Reedsville. The team boarded the bus at 6 AM and wrapped up the day late in the evening with four wins in between. Algoma swept Roncalli 25-18, 25-22 before brooming Mishicot 25-20, 25-14. The final two matches went three sets with the Wolves prevailing in each. Algoma had to scramble to nip Two Rivers 13-25, 26-24, 27-25 and fought fatigue against the Reedsville Panthers 23-25, 25-23, 25-18 to win the Reedsville Invite. Algoma has a well-deserved break, they do not return to the court until Thursday against Sevastopol.

Algoma volleyball falls to West De Pere Thursday

After a 1-3 showing at the Oconto Invitational to start the year, Algoma’s early-season struggles continued Thursday against West De Pere. The Wolves dropped the match three sets to one; 16-25, 21-25, 25-23, 21-25. It was a hard-fought contest. In Oconto, Algoma had trouble returning serves at times but those woes did not crop up again in this match. Jacklyn Dean, Hanna Weise, and Sydney Zimmerman led the way with 10 kills for Algoma. Head coach Eric Dean noted last week that the team lacks size. Algoma had only four total blocks in the game. Algoma wrapped up the week with another tournament in Reedsville on Friday.

Packers receiver Equanimeous St. Brown out for season

Equanimeous St. Brown has been bitten by the sophomore slump due to injury. The second-year Packers receiver was placed on Injured Reserve Saturday as the Green and Gold finalized their 53-man roster for the 2019-2020 season. St. Brown suffered a high ankle sprain in the team’s third preseason game in Winnipeg against the Oakland Raiders. It was thought he would miss half the season and rumors were swirling it could be less than that. Saturday’s IR designation surprised most. NFL rules state that if a player is on the 53-man roster to start the season then moved to Injured Reserve, he can be brought back off it when the injury has healed. When a player is put on IR to start the year he must stay on it for the duration of the season.

Brewers blank Cubs to even series Saturday

Milwaukee took game two of their weekend series with the Cubs at Wrigley Saturday, 2-0. It wasn’t a traditional shutout though. Milwaukee used five pitchers who combined to allow just six hits. Zach Davies started but did not go deep enough into the game to record a win. The W went to Junior Guerra, his eighth of the season. Closer Josh Hader picked up the save going 1 2/3 innings. Not your traditional shutout. 

Milwaukee’s two runs came in the first inning. Catcher Manny Pina singled to center plating leadoff man Ben Gamel and Christian Yelich. The rubber match is Sunday afternoon at 1:20. Milwaukee trails the Cubs by four games in the NL Wild Card race.


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