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Sturgeon Bay soccer rolls into sectional final on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team has now advanced to the sectional final after beating Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian 8-2 on a frigid night at Clark Field. Temperatures were in the 30s and the wind chill was around 20. Crews worked hard before the game to clear the snow off the pitch for hours.


It was even for about the first third of the game. Carson Dvorak started the scoring by putting in a goal in the 19th minute. The Knights answered five minutes later when Peter Chartier put one in the back of the net from just outside the box.


Twelve minutes past and Sturgeon Bay really turned it on. Dvorak scored his second goal of the game and then Spencer Hubbard scored 1:09 later. With just three seconds left in the half Eli Dietzel put in the fourth goal and the Clippers led 4-1 at the half. Owen Stevenson and Ben Luders scored two goals apiece in the second half before Lourdes/Valley Christian put in a goal late to make the final score 8-2.


The 2-seed Clippers will now travel to Kohler on Saturday to take on the number 1 seed Oostburg. The Flying Dutchmen prevented Kohler from hosting the sectional final game by beating them 4-1. Oostburg has not lost a game this season and has one tie. They've won 10 straight games. You can listen to the sectional final on 103.3 The Clipper and starting with the pregame show at 12:30 PM and a 1 o'clock kickoff.

Bucks blow big first half lead

A 15 point lead after the first quarter was not enough of a cushion for the Bucks on Wednesday night in Boston. Milwaukee led 34-19 after one quarter and took a 16-point lead into halftime. The Celtics outscored the Bucks 38-18 in the third quarter and then won by 7 in the fourth. Boston ended up winning the game 116-105 behind 32 points from Kemba Walker. Khris Middleton led the Bucks in scoring with 26. Giannis Antetokounmpo had 22 points, 14 rebounds and 5 assists in defeat.


The Bucks are now 2-2 on the season will travel to Orlando on Friday to take on the Magic.

UWGB takes down UW-Oshkosh

The UWGB women's basketball team looked ready for the regular season on Wednesday night in their second of two exhibition games. UW-Oshkosh came to the Kress Center and the Phoenix won 76-36. Karly Murphy led UWGB with 18 points in just 18 minutes. The Titans' Leah Porath led all scorers with 19 points.


UWGB will begin the regular season on Wednesday when they travel to Central Michigan.

Volleyball sectional semi-finals tonight

One volleyball team from Door and one from Kewaunee County will try to move on in the playoffs Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco is a number-one seed in the Division 2 Tournament and the Spartans will take on 3-seed Notre Dame in a rematch of last year's sectional semi-finals. Luxemburg-Casco came out victorious in five sets on the road. This match will be on the Spartans home court starting at 7 PM. Whoever wins this match will play Saturday in Little Chute against the winner of Xavier and Little Chute.


In Division 4, three-seed Gibraltar will travel around the Bay to take on Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy. The Blazers are the top seed in the region and the Vikings have a chance at an upset for a trip to the sectional final. This match will begin at 7 PM. If Gibraltar wins, they'll play Saturday at Central Wisconsin Christian against the winner of Catholic Central and Black Hawk.

Sturgeon Bay soccer in sectional semi-finals on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay soccer hasn't really been tested in the playoffs so far but that figures to change on Thursday. The 2-seed Clippers will take on 6-seed Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian at home. The Knights upset 3-seed Winnebago Lutheran 1-0 on Saturday to earn a trip to Clark Field in Sturgeon Bay. Howards Grove and Omro, Sturgeon Bay's two playoff opponents, were outscored by the Clippers by a combined 14-0 in the regionals. Not only will Sturgeon Bay be playing a tough opponent but the weather could be a major factor as the field could be wet from snow and the temperature will be in the 30s.


The Clippers are led by Packerland Conference Player of the Year Adison Benzinger and 8 All-Conference players. Whoever wins this game will play the winner of Oostburg and Kohler in the sectional final on Saturday in Kohler. You can hear the broadcast of the game on 103.3 The Clipper and beginning at 6:30 PM with the pregame show.

Area basketball player commits to UWGB

Southern Door High School's basketball team has its first-ever Division 1 college recruit. Senior Ryan Claflin has committed to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for next year. Claflin has been courted by several Division 2 schools in the upper Midwest including Wisconsin-Parkside, Michigan Tech, and Northern Michigan. The Phoenix were the first Division 1 institution to extend him an offer. The first date to sign a National Letter of Intent is November 13, 2019.


Photo courtesy of Southern Door High School's Facebook page.

Door United swim races Thursday

The Door United Swim Team girls will be in the pool on Halloween night at Clintonville. The conference meet will also feature Marinette, New London, Seymour, Shawano Community and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. 


The meet is scheduled for 4 PM to 7 PM.

Preparing for winter sports season

Some Door and Kewaunee County teams are still finishing up the fall sports seasons but winter sports squads are getting ready for theirs. Middle school basketball have already started playing competitive games and high school teams are getting in practices. Kewaunee's girls basketball team will play the first game of the basketball season in the area on November 19th when the Storm travel to Denmark.


The Sturgeon Bay-Sevastopol wrestling program has registration on Sunday and Monday, Kewaunee wrestling will look to win another conference championship this season while Luxemburg-Casco will try to get back to state championship form after falling short last season.


The fall sports teams still alive in the playoffs are Kewaunee football, Gibraltar football and volleyball, Sturgeon Bay soccer, Luxemburg-Casco volleyball and Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel will be competing at state for cross country.

Bucks look for second straight in Boston

The Milwaukee Bucks are facing a tough stretch of the schedule early in the season. That starts Wednesday night at Boston in a nationally televised game. Including Wednesday, the Bucks will play six of their next seven games on the road. Milwaukee knocked off the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday behind a balance scoring effort. Giannis Antetokounmpo and company will try to start their first winning streak of the season against the Celtics. The tip-off is at 6:30 PM.

Phoenix women's basketball final tune-up

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team will have their second of two preseason games on Wednesday. UW-Oshkosh comes in to the Kress Center for an intrastate battle. The tip-off will be at 7 PM. The Phoenix won their first exhibition 54-41 over Michigan Tech on Thursday. UWGB will start the regular season next Wednesday when they travel to Central Michigan.

Packers stand pat at deadline

The NFL trade deadline came and went on Tuesday and the Packers decided to leave the team as it is. That makes sense as Green Bay is now 7-1 on the season which is tied for the second best record in the NFC, only behind the San Francisco 49ers. The New Orleans Saints are also 7-1. After coming off a 31-24 primetime win over the Chiefs, the Packers will play their second straight road game against an AFC West opponent. The Chargers welcome Green Bay to Los Angeles on Sunday for a 3:25 PM kickoff.

Weather could be big factor in playoffs

Door and Kewaunee County have three teams who will be playing outdoor playoff games this week and the weather could end up being a big factor in those games. Kewaunee football, Gibraltar football and Sturgeon Bay soccer will all have to deal with the elements. More snow is expected to fall in the area on Thursday and Friday and temperatures are forecasted to stay below 40 degrees both of those days.


Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to take on Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian on Thursday at home on Clark Field on 103.3 The Clipper. Kewaunee will play host to Chilton on 96.7 WBDK and Gibraltar will travel to Newman Catholic on 105.1 The Viking, both those games on Friday.

Phoenix men win exhibition

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team had their first and only exhibition game on Monday night an picked up a victory over St. Norbert College 79-72.  Kameron Hankerson and Trevian Bell led UWGB with 16 points apiece. Joe Ciriacks had 18 for the Green Knights to lead all scorers.


The games will start to count in a week from Wednesday when the Phoenix travel to West Lafayette to take on 23rd-ranked Purdue for a 6 PM tip-off.

Five Clippers make All-Conference soccer

Sturgeon Bay almost had another perfect conference season and they led the Packerland with 5 players making the All-Conference First Team. Conference Player of the Year Adison Benzinger joins forwards Eli Dietzel and Owen Stevenson with midfielders Carson Dvorak and Trey Maas. Algoma put four players on the team led by their star goalkeeper Haakon Utesh. Gibraltar/Sevastopol put three on the team. 


Sturgeon Bay added three to the All-Conference Second Team while Gibraltar/Sevastopol had three as well. The Vikineers Kewaunee each had three players make Honorable Mention. 

Kewaunee with 5 all-conference football players

The Kewaunee Storm football team has the most players on the MONLPC First Team with 11 led by Conference Players of the Year Ryan Carmicheal and Tanor Bortolini. That was the most out of any team in the conference with Peshtigo putting six players on the team. Southern Door wound up with five on the First Team.


The Eagles did end up with 9 players making the All-Conference Second Team and two Honorable Mentions. Kewaunee had 6 Second Teamers and one Honorable Mention.


Tanor Bortolini took home both Offensive and Defensive Lineman of the Year Awards.

Bucks pick up first home win

A balanced scoring effort from the Bucks on Monday night helped them get their first home victory of the season over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Seven Bucks scored at least 14 points led by Khris Middleton's 21 and Milwaukee beat the Cavs 129-112. George Hill gave the Bucks a big boost off the bench scoring 19 points. It was an efficient offensive night for Milwaukee shooting 52% from the field and 45% from three-point range.


It was the Bucks first home victory of the season after the Miami Heat ruined the home-opener on Saturday in overtime. Milwaukee will head back on the road on Wednesday when they travel to Boston for a 6:30 PM tip-off.

Southern Door leads on All-Conference Team

After taking home a co-conference championship this season, Southern Door volleyball tied for the most players on the All-Packerland Conference First Team. The Eagles and Oconto had two players apiece gain those honors. Kendra Dantoin was the only unanimous choice on the team and Nicole Norton was chosen at the setter.


Sevastopol's Mya Ploor and Gibraltar's Agne Zukauskaite were named as all-around players on the First Team. Kewaunee's Katie Metzler earned a spot on the First Team as a front row player.


Cora Behnke on Oconto took home Conference Player of the Year.

Benzinger wins conference player of the year

It's hard to single out one great player from the rest on the Sturgeon Bay soccer team but one Clipper has taken home the Packerland Conference Player of the Year award. Defender Adison Benzinger has taken home the top award. Eli Dietzel also could have been considered for the award and he did join Benzinger on the All-Conference First Team.


Benzinger helped lead the Clippers to another Packerland Conference championship and an 11th straight regional title on Saturday. Sturgeon Bay hopes to keep their playoff run going on Thursday when they host Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian on Thursday. The game will be broadcast on 103.3 The Clipper starting at 6:30 PM.

Kewaunee players take home football hardware

Kewaunee football won the MONLPC this year so it's not a surprise to see their top players bring home awards in the conference. Ryan Carmicheal won Offensive Player of the Year and Tanor Bortolini took home Defensive Player of the Year honors.


Those two top players of the year will try to help lead the Storm in Level 2 of the Division 5 playoffs on Friday. The Storm will host Chilton on Friday in a game you can listen to on 96.7 WBDK.

Bucks look to bounce back

The Milwaukee Bucks had a really good opening night of the season but then couldn't keep that going in the home-opener. On Thursday, they knocked off the Rockets on the road 117-111 despite Giannis Antetokounmpo fouling out in the middle of the fourth quarter. He still notched a triple-double in the game.


The Bucks played their home-opener against the Miami Heat on Saturday. Giannis had a tip-in show at the buzzer to send the game into overtime but the Heat prevailed 131-126.


Milwaukee will try to get their first home win Monday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers who are also 1-1 to start the season. The tip-off is scheduled for 7 PM.

Packers win in primetime

If you are a Packer fan with both of Green Bay's main running backs in your fantasy lineup, you were smiling doubly on Sunday night. Aaron Jones and Jamal Williams each scored a pair of touchdowns to help the Packers to a victory over the Chiefs in Kansas City by a final score of 31-24. Jones's 67-yard touchdown off a screen pass with about eight minutes left to go gave the Packers the decisive score. Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns, two to Jones and one to Williams. Jones ended up with 7 catches for 159 yards and added 67 yards on the ground.


It was supposed to be a matchup between Rodgers, a two-time MVP, Patrick Mahomes, the league's reigning MVP. Mahomes however dislocated his kneecap in a win over the Broncos on Thursday night last week. Matt Moore played well in his absence but not well enough to lead the Chiefs to a home victory.


The Packers are now 7-1 and will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Chargers on Sunday. The Chargers beat the Bears at Soldier Field 17-16 and are now 3-5 on the season.

Badgers pounded in Columbus

Wisconsin usually wins the battle of the run games but that was not the case on Saturday at Ohio State. In a showdown of top-15 teams, the Buckeyes ran for 264 against the Badgers while Wisconsin could only manage 83. Jonathan Taylor was held to 20 carries and 52 yards. Ohio State won 38-7.


It was close in the second half. Ohio State led 10-0 at the half and Wisconsin held the Buckeyes to a three-and-out. The Badgers blocked a punt and on the ensuing drive Jack Coan threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Taylor to make it 10-7.


It was all Buckeyes after that as they scored touchdowns on their next four possessions.


This is now two road straight losses for the Badgers after they were upset by Illinois last week 24-23. They'll have a bye next week before hosting #20 Iowa on Saturday, November 9th. 

Cross country sectionals - Stenzel advances

All seven Door and Kewaunee County cross country teams competed in the sectionals on Saturday. One runner stood above the rest. Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel finished in third at Manitowoc Lutheran to qualify for state. Her time was 19:56.1.


No other teams or individual runners qualified for state.

Volleyball recap: L-C, Gibraltar win regionals

Three Door and Kewaunee County volleyball teams had a chance to bring home a regional championship on Saturday. Two were successful and will be moving on to the sectionals.


Luxemburg-Casco knocked off Freedom 3-0 (25-17, 25-15, 25-18) on their home court. Bekah Day had 32 assists for the Spartans.


Gibraltar went on the road to Hustisford and came away with a sweep 3-0 (25-12, 26-16, 25-19). Bella Bunda broke the school record for career kills at 548.


Southern Door fell to Howards Grove 3-0 on the road. The Eagles took home their first co-conference championship ever this season.


Full recaps can be found at

Sturgeon Bay cruises into sectionals on 103.3 The Clipper

For the 11th straight year, the Sturgeon Bay soccer team has captured a regional championship. The second-seeded Clippers came out strong against the 7-seed Omro on Saturday night and never let up for the full 90 minutes. Sturgeon Bay knocked off the Foxes 9-0 in a game broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and


The Clippers got the scoring going in the 8th minute when Dylan Burk set up CJ Fairchild for a goal. Burk again got the assist two minutes later to Carson Dvorak. Spencer Hubbard scored the final goal in the first half in the 16th minute on a feed from Dvorak.


Sturgeon Bay kept the pressure up in the second half scoring 6 goals in total. Another goal from Spencer Hubbard and a goal apiece from Ben Lueders and Owen Stevenson got the score to 6-0. Eli Dietzel would then add a hat trick in the final 29 minutes of the game.


Dylan Burk was all over the pitch and Head Coach Todd Maas praised him in the postgame show. He assisted on four goals and helped set up a couple of others plus played great defense on the Foxes' star player Trevor Molitor.


Sturgeon Bay will move on to the sectionals and will play 6-seed Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian. The Knights upset 3-seed Winnebago Lutheran 1-0. Sturgeon Bay will host the game at Clark Field on Thursday. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM on 103.3 The Clipper and

Luxemburg-Casco eliminated from soccer tournament

Luxemburg-Casco High School's boys soccer team fell to (5) Sheboygan Falls at home Saturday afternoon. Sheboygan Falls never trailed in the match. The Falcons were up 2-1 at halftime and netted the first three goals of the second stanza. The final was 5-2. Cody Arendt in the 13th minute and Matthew Conway in the 73rd minute were the tallies for Luxemburg-Casco in the contest. L-C was a four seed in the Division 3 tournament bracket so the result was a mild upset.

Sheboygan Falls will take on (1) Seymour on Halloween.


Packerland cross country squads in sectionals

Local cross country teams will be running in Manitowoc Saturday in the WIAA Division 3 Sectional. There are actually two divisions running at the same location. Division 1 gets precedence running first. The girls Division 1 race begins at 11 AM and should be wrapped up in about a half hour. Girls D3 is scheduled to start at 11:30 AM. In the afternoon, the boys run with Division 3 again being the second race starting at 12:45 PM.


Last week, the Packerland Conference held its Championship Meet. Peshtigo and Kewaunee tied for first with Southern Door a very close third. Kewaunee won the girls meet with Sturgeon Bay second.

Three area teams take court Saturday

Three Door Peninsula high school volleyball teams are still alive for Saturday night action in the WIAA postseason tournament. The highest seed, and the only home team, is Luxemburg-Casco. The (1) Spartans had a bye in the first round Tuesday. If there was any rust it didn't show against Oconto Falls. L-C won in straight sets Thursday night 25-15, 25-13, 25-14. Saturday they play (4) Freedom. Both teams are out of the North Eastern Conference so they have played each other this season. L-C took that matchup in Freedom in straight sets. Freedom knocked out Sturgeon Bay in the second round in a match that could have gone either way. The Clippers won the first set 25-21 and were within mere points of taking the second, 25-27. Once the momentum swung, the Irish rolled in sets three and four.

Southern Door, fresh off their first shared Packerland conference championship in school history, are looking for some postseason hardware in Division 3. The Eagles are a four seed and travel Saturday to face Howard's Grove. The Eagles won a hard-fought match Thursday against St. Mary's Springs, 18-25, 25-20, 19-25, 27-25, 15-10. Howard's Grove has won both its tournament matches in straight sets, knocking out Algoma, 25-14, 25-15, 25-10, in the second round.

In Division 4, Gibraltar has rolled so far but the (2) Vikings must travel for Saturday's match to Hustisford. Gibraltar has won in straight sets the first two rounds. Given that the Vikings face almost exclusively Division 2 and Division 3 competition in the regular season, they are battle tested. That has proven advantageous in the Division 4 tournament in the early rounds.


Sturgeon Bay playoff soccer v. Omro on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay soccer will try to win another regional championship on Saturday when they host Omro. The Foxes come in as a 7-seed after they came from behind to beat Kiel on Thursday 2-1. (2) Sturgeon Bay had no problem with Howards Grove winning 5-0 on their home field. Eli Dietzel and Ben Lueders had two goals apiece while DJ Lenius scored the other. The winner of this game will travel to Kohler for the sectionals beginning on Thursday to play the winner of (3) Winnebago Lutheran and (6) Lourdes Academy.


You can listen to the match on 103.3 The Clipper beginning at 6:30 PM with the pregame show. The kickoff is at 7. 


ADDITIONALLY: It's a postseason super sports doubleheader at Luxemburg-Casco High School Saturday with the boy's soccer team up first at 4 PM. L-C tackled Wrightstown 4-1 on Thursday and get another tilt on the home pitch against (5) Sheboygan Falls. The winner of the game faces a potential road trip to (1) Seymour on Thursday. Seymour won 10-0 in the first round. 

Gibraltar wins instant classic on 105.1 The Viking

Gibraltar captured its first playoff victory in school history Friday night in a 30-28 nailbiter against Suring on 105.1 The Viking.


After a scoreless first quarter,  the Vikings scored twice on a pair of Luke Steebs touchdown passes to his running backs, Brandon Stillman and Alex Laughlin. The Eagles' star running back Logan  Stuart showed why he was the conference's top rusher, scoring his first of four touchdowns to cut the lead to 16-8 at the break. After Steebs found Laughlin for a second touchdown from 64 yards,  a face-mask penalty ignited an Eagles comeback with two unanswered scores from Stuart. The Vikings would see a penalty swing the momentum back in their favor when Laughlin drew a pass interference penalty on fourth down to extend the drive. Laughlin would later take a pitch from Steebs and find Sam Lindenberg in the endzone to extend a lead to 30-20. The Eagles would strike back quickly thanks to long kickoff return by Dequez Sepulveda and Stuart's fourth touchdown of the game. With the ball inside the 10 with under a minute remaining, the Vikings were able to turn the Eagles away one final time with Connor Duffy getting a game-clinching sack.


The Vikings will be back in action next  Friday night on the road against Newman Catholic. 105,1 The Viking will have the call beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.


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Picture courtesy of Greg Stillman

 Kewaunee tops Omro 36-35 in playoff thriller on WBDK

The # 2 seeded Kewaunee Storm pulled out a 36-35 thriller on Friday night against the # 7 seeded Omro Foxes in a Division 5 Level 1 football playoff in Kewaunee.  Kewaunee senior quarterback Ryan Carmichael scored on a two-point conversion with :28 seconds left in the game to carry the Storm to victory.  Omro capitalized on Kewaunee mistakes in the first half to take a 13-0 lead, but the Storm scored on a 1-yard pass from Carmichael with just :16 seconds left to gain momentum going into intermission.


The second half saw Kewaunee take their first lead in the game on an 8 yard run by Kudick to take a 14-13 lead with 6:34 left in the third quarter.  That set up one of the most exciting and high scoring 4th quarters ever which saw three touchdowns scored in just :30 seconds. 


With 8:36 left in the game, Omro scored on a two-yard run which was followed by a Kewaunee  61 yard touchdown run by Carmichael.  The Foxes answered with 8:06 left in the game on a 59-yard touchdown pass completion to take a 28-21 lead.  Kewaunee then tied up the game with just over five minutes left on Carmichael's second TD run from 15 yards.  Omro answered with a five-yard run by quarterback Ben Wellhoefer to make it 35-28 with 3:17 left. The Storm then drove down for the final score on a nine-yard pass from Carmichael to Owen Kudick.  Coach Randy Charles of Kewaunee then gambled and went for a two-point conversion.  Carmichael came through for the Storm by rolling out on a quarterback option and stretching the ball over the goal line to give Kewaunee the decisive 36-35 final.  


Carmichael finished unofficially 21-28 passing for 268 yards with two touchdowns while rushing for 101 yards on 11 carries and two TDs. 


Kewaunee will now host Chilton next Friday night in the Division 5 Level 2 playoffs.  Pregame on WBDK 96.7 FM is set for 6:30 with Coach Charles and kickoff at 7 pm.  The game will also be streamed on  


Volleyball recap: L-C, Gibraltar sweep to finals berth

Three local teams advanced to the regional final round this weekend in the WIAA Volleyball Tournament.


In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco cruised its way to a regional final appearance against Freedom after sweeping Oconto Falls 3-0. The Irish make the regional final after defeating Sturgeon Bay 3-1.


In Division 3, Southern Door won a back and forth affair 3-2 over St. Mary's Springs. The Eagles will face top-seeded Howards Grove after they won three out of four sets against Algoma. Sevastopol was swept by Oostburg 3-0.


Division 4 action saw Gibraltar sweep Valley Christian 3-0 with two dominating final sets to clinch its date in the regional final against Hustisford.


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Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District Facebook page

Soccer recap: L-C to host regional final

Luxemburg-Casco will join Sturgeon Bay in the regional final round of the WIAA Tournament this weekend.


The Spartans dispatched its conference rival Wrightstown 4-1 to advance to the regional final against Sheboygan Lutheran. That game will be played at home beginning at 4 p.m.


In other local soccer action, Algoma was shut out in Fond du Lac as Winnebago Lutheran captured the regional final berth with a 4-0 victory.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol saw its season come to a close with a 7-0 defeat.


You can click on the links for more details about Thursday's soccer matches from


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Club Facebook page

Gibraltar embraces rematch on 105.1 The Viking

"One better" than last year has been preached since the first practice of the season, and the Gibraltar Vikings will look to do that as they open the 2019 WIAA Eight-Man Football Playoffs on 105.1 The Viking Friday night.


The Vikings will travel to Suring for their Level 1 tilt, a rematch of its 43-24 win over the Eagles during the third week of the season. Key to that win was being able to handle Logan Stuart better than almost any other team in the state, limiting him to 114 yards. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says even though the offense is evolved over the course of the season, controlling Stuart's impact is key.


Tim Kowols and Grant Dossetto will have the call on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pre-game show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. You can also follow the action by streaming the game at,, and the mobile app.


A LOOK BACK: Trick play spurs Gibraltar to victory on 105.1 The Viking




Kewaunee Storm hosts Omro in playoffs on WBDK

In a rematch from earlier this season, the #2 seeded Kewaunee Storm will face the #7 seeded Omro Foxes in a Division 5, Level 1 WIAA football playoff Friday night. The Storm defeated Omro 26-13 last month in a non-conference game In Kewaunee.  Kewaunee (8-1) won the MONLPC- Large Conference last week with a 35-8 win over Peshtigo.  The Foxes (3-6) managed to become playoff eligible by virtue of going 3-3 in the Wisconsin Flyway Conference.  Quarterback Ryan Carmichael led the Storm offensively this year with nearly 1300 yards passing and 14 touchdowns through the air.  Omro relies on a strong rushing attack that saw running back Ben Wellhoefer gain 1048 yards on the ground.  The pregame show with Coach Randy Charles is set for 6:30 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM with kickoff set for 7pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will handle the play-by-play for the game which will also be streamed on  


Sturgeon Bay soccer easily advances on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team had no problem winning their first playoff game knocking off Howards Grove 5-0 at Clark Field. The game was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and Two-seed Sturgeon Bay did what they needed to against the 15-seed Tigers to pull out a victory. Howards Grove was playing strong defense early in the match until Sturgeon Bay got an easy wide-open net goal after the goalkeeper and defender miscommunicated on a ball. DJ Lenius was able to take advantage in the 25th minute.


Eli Dietzel added a goal in the 33rd minute and the Clippers led 2-0 at halftime.


Sturgeon Bay then added three goals in the span of six minutes in the second half. Dietzel scored again in the 61st minute and Ben Lueders put one past Howards Grove goalkeeper Ben Taylor in the 65th and then again in the 66th minute.


The match was played almost exclusively on the Howards Grove end of the pitch. After the game, Head Coach Todd Maas was a little frustrated his team couldn't get even more goals but was very pleased for the most part with how his team played.


The Clippers advance now to take on number 7-seed Omro on Saturday again on Clark Field. The Foxes trailed 1-0 at the half to 10-seed Kiel but came back for two goals in the second half to advance 2-1. That playoff match can be heard on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame show beginning at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Soccer teams continue Milwaukee push

In addition to Sturgeon Bay's match on 103.3 The Clipper, three other local soccer teams hope to keep their season alive with WIAA Tournament matches on Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco will host its regional match-up under the lights beginning at 7 p.m. when Wrightstown pays them a visit. Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play at 7 p.m. as well, but make the trip south to face Kohler. Algoma also plays at 7 p.m. on the road in a match against Winnebago Lutheran at Marian University in Fond du Lac.

Volleyball teams look to take next step

There are still plenty of teams still alive in the WIAA with the regional semi-finals taking place at campus sites Thursday night.


In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco gets its first taste of action when it battles Oconto Falls at home while Sturgeon Bay travels to Freedom.


Division 3 action includes Southern Door hosting St. Mary's Springs, Sevastopol making the trip to face Oostburg, and Algoma taking on Howards Grove on the road. 


Gibraltar looks to win its second straight regional title on Saturday, but needs to defeat Valley Christian first Thursday night.


All matches begin at 7 p.m.

Door County swimmers hit the pool

The first of two season-ending conference meets takes place Thursday night at the Door County YMCA.


The Door County United swim team, boasting members from all four mainland schools, hosts Clintonville, New London, Seymour, Shawano Community, Wittenberg-Birnamwood, and Marinette for the conference relay meet. The teams will meet again in Clintonville for a second conference swim meet before WIAA state qualifiers take place. The first events are slated to begin at 5 p.m.

Bucks open season on the road

The Milwaukee Bucks get their first taste of regular-season action Thursday when they travel to Houston to take on the Rockets.


Both teams figure to major players in their respective conferences after getting deep into the playoffs last season. Giannis Antetokounmpo looks to build on his MVP season for the Bucks while the Rockets added Russell Westbrook in the offseason to complement fellow MVP candidate James Harden on an already potent offense.


The nationally televised game is scheduled to tip-off at 7 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay soccer starts playoffs on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay soccer will begin what will hopefully be a long playoff run on Thursday when they host Howards Grove. The Clippers are a two-seed in the Division 4 tournament and the Tigers are a 15. Howards Grove knocked off Kewaunee 7-1 on Tuesday to advance to play Sturgeon Bay.


The Clippers did not end the season the way they wanted to, losing two out of their final three games. They lost their first conference game in three years to Gibraltar/Sevastopol on October 14th, 1-0. Sturgeon Bay then beat Algoma at the Booyah Stadium in Green Bay by a score of 4-0 on October 17th. Their last match came on the road against Pulaski, a Division 2 team. They played a hard-fought game and fell 2-1.


This game is a rematch of last season's sectional final game played in Kohler which the Clippers won 2-1. The Tigers struggled this season finishing well under .500 overall and in the Big East Conference.


You can hear the broadcast of the match on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 from Clark Field in Sturgeon Bay.

Division 2 & 4 playoff volleyball results

Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar both got off to good starts to their playoff runs in volleyball on Tuesday.


In Division 2, (5) Sturgeon Bay avoided an upset against (12) Two Rivers. The Clippers won 3-2 and took the final set 15-7.


Gibraltar is a 3-seed in Division 4 and they had no problem with 14-seed Oneida Nation 3-0.


Find full recaps of the matches at

Sturgeon Bay Gibraltar soccer rained out again

It just wasn't meant to be for Sturgeon Bay taking on Gibraltar/Sevastopol in soccer at Clark Field in 2019. For the third time, their matchup was rained out on Monday. It will not be made up and Sturgeon Bay will have to wait until 2020 to get revenge on the Vikings. They handed the Clippers their first conference loss since 2016 in Fish Creek on October 14th. The final score was 1-0 in a match heard on 103.3 The Clipper and Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar/Sevastopol finished first and second respectively in the Packerland Conference this season.


They both now look ahead to the playoffs. Gibraltar/Sevastopol is a 13-seed and will travel to Kohler for a 7 PM kickoff on Thursday. Second-seeded Sturgeon Bay will host Howards Grove on Thursday on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM.

Division 3 volleyball playoff results

Southern Door, Algoma, Sevastopol and Kewaunee all started their tournament runs in the Division 3 playoffs on Tuesday night. Three of the four came away victorious.


Number four-seed Southern Door had no issue knocking off 13-seed 3-0.


(8) Algoma took care of Brillion 3-1.


(10) Sevastopol pulled off the upset at (7) Manitowoc Lutheran 3-2 with the final set being 16-14.


Kewaunee's season has come to an end after falling to St. Mary Springs 3-0.


Find full recaps of the matches and who these teams will play next at

Kewaunee's soccer season ends

Kewaunee's hopes of getting a rematch with Packerland Conference rival Sturgeon Bay were dashed on Tuesday night when they lost their opening-round game of the playoffs to Howards Grove 7-1. The Storm was the 18-seed and played on the road to 15-seed Howards Grove. This means that Sturgeon Bay will begin their playoff run on Thursday night at home against the Tigers. You can listen to that match on 103.3 The Clipper and starting at 6:30 PM with the pregame show.

Young Sevastopol team looking towards 2020

Only one senior suited up for the Sevastopol football team in their final game against Wabeno/Laona on Friday. The Pioneers lost that game 54-14 which was broadcasted on 104.1 WRLU and Arthur Hocevar was the lone senior on the field as the other two, Caden Kacmarynski and Triston Beauchamp, were both hurt. With the lack of experience, Sevastopol was not able to repeat the success of 2018 when they won a state championship. Head Coach Ron Frank talks about what those three seniors have meant to the Pioneer football program.



Sevastopol started a number of sophomores the whole season and improved throughout the season. The Pioneers lost their first four games before a three-game winning streak in the middle of the season. They lost their final two contests against co-conference champion Gibraltar and another really good team in Wabeno/Laona. Coach Frank has already talked with his assistants about their plans for next season which should be an improvement on the 2019 campaign.



Opening round of WIAA Volleyball Tournament kicks off

The journey to Green Bay begins Tuesday with several Packerland Conference teams opening WIAA Tournament play.


In Division 3, Southern Door will host a regional game as a number 4 seed when they host Roncalli. Kewaunee could be waiting in the wings for the Eagles on October 24th if the Storm can defeat St. Mary Springs on the road. Algoma scored a first-round home match against Brillion setting up a potential match up against top-seeded Howards Grove or Kohler. Sevastopol will hit the road to face Manitowoc Lutheran with an opportunity to play either Oostburg or Winnebago Lutheran Academy.


Division 4 features Gibraltar hosting a regional matchup against Oneida Nation with hopes of hosting another regional game on the 24th against either Valley Christian or Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah. 

Gibraltar a tale of two teams

When Suring takes a look at film this week ahead of their playoff matchup, they will see a vastly different Gibraltar football team offensively.  In their September 6th matchup, the Vikings threw for 267 yards and three touchdowns en route to a 43-24 victory over the Eagles. The Vikings went on to post the conference’s best passing numbers on the year. The last three weeks, however, the Vikings have only thrown for 210 yards total, but have averaged 254 yards a contest rushing in the meantime. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck credits their improving option game for being able to handle tough pass defenses and bad weather conditions.

The Gibraltar Vikings will travel to Suring for its first-round playoff matchup against the Eagles. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. will be broadcast on 105.1 The Viking and streamed on,, and the mobile app.

Kewaunee soccer looks to keep season alive

The Kewaunee Storm soccer team has to play an extra game to keep their season alive on Tuesday.


As one of the lower seeds, the Storm are one of the few teams with a play-in game before many of the schools begin in their post-season journey on Thursday. The Storm travel to Howards Grove to take on the host school for a 4 p.m. tilt.

L-C wrestling meeting postponed

Luxemburg-Casco wrestlers and their families will have to wait another day to get the full story on the upcoming season.


Monday's power outage in Luxemburg postponed the planned meeting by the team's coaches for youth, middle school, and high school wrestlers. The meeting, which will be rescheduled, will cover fundraising efforts and an update on the program's new wrestling room before breaking up into three individual team sessions.


A new date will be announced at a later time.

Green Bay women's basketball opens season Thursday

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team hopes to start a new conference championship streak when they open the season Thursday with an exhibition contest against Michigan Tech.


The Phoenix earned the spot of preseason co-favorite along with last year's conference champion Wright State when those honors were announced last week. Guard Frankie Wurtz was named to the conference's first-team. The Phoenix still enter the season in unfamiliar territory as they enter the season not as the defending conference champion for the first time in 20 years. They will also have a second exhibition game at the Kress Event Center on October 30th against UW-Oshkosh before traveling to Mount Pleasant, Mich. to battle Central Michigan in the regular-season opener. Thursday's exhibition against Michigan Tech begins at 7 p.m.

Volleyball teams prepare for WIAA tournament

With conference play officially in the rear-view mirror, area high school volleyball teams are in do-or-die mode for the rest of the season.


Luxemburg-Casco was the only team fortunate to get a bye to Thursday's action with all Packerland Conference teams playing on Tuesday. One of those teams is Gibraltar, which dropped their first conference tournament match against Oconto on Saturday. Vikings head coach Woody Heidler says it is important to get the momentum rolling to have success in the post-season.


Gibraltar will host Oneida Nation at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in Fish Creek. You can click here for the rest of the first-round matchups for the area's volleyball teams.

Vikineers, Clippers soccer look to dodge rain drops

Even with Gibraltar/Sevastopol winning the last match-up against Sturgeon Bay 1-0, it has been Mother Nature leading the series on the soccer pitch this season.


The Vikineers and the Clippers will try for a third time this season to get the Sturgeon Bay half of the home-and-home series with rain claiming the first two attempts. Rain is in the forecast once again this evening, but if the two sides can get it in, the match will begin at 7 p.m.

Spartans cross country finish top-half of NEC

The Luxemburg-Casco cross country teams did well in their final tune-up before this week's sectional meets with the boys finishing in fourth and the girls coming in third.


Freshman Spencer Thiry ran a 5K time of 17:35 to come in 11th place overall to pace the boys teams. The Spartans girls had their entire team finish in the top 25, led by sophomore Alyssa Delebreau's 21:43.


Freedom won both the boys and girls races.


The Spartans will be joined by Kewauee and Sturgeon Bay in the Division 2 Two Rivers Sectional on Saturday.  Algoma, Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Washington Island will compete at the Division 3 Manitowoc Lutheran on Saturday. 


1. 11. 9 Spencer Thiry 27:35.88

2. 28. 12 Lucas Joniaux 19:02.20

3. 29. 11Tanner Alsteen 19:04.21

4. 36. 9 Gabe Havel 19:19.40

5. 39. 10 Michael Otradovec 19:33.23

6. 49. 10 Weiss Waege20:29.74

7. 51. 11 Logan Kasten 20:58.66



1. 13. 10 Alyssa Delebreau 21:43.62

2. 16. 9 Eva Junion 21:58.06

3. 21. 10 Megan Vandermause 22:31.58

4. 22. 9 Haley Paye 22:32.30

5. 23. 11 Ella Junion 22:36.85

6. 25. 10 Micaela Boucher 22:42.85

7. 31. 9 Madilyn Bevins 23:11.41

Winter sports are coming

It is already next season for many fall athletes as some postseason tournaments are getting underway while others have already played out.


Basketball, wrestling, and boys swimming are represented by teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties. Below are the official start dates for the different winter sports.



1st Day of Practice - Monday, November 18

1st Game - Tuesday, November 26



Earliest Day for Practice – November 11

First Allowed Game – November 19



Earliest Date for Skinfold Measurements: October 21, 2019

Earliest Practice: November 18, 2019
Earliest Meet: November 29, 2019



Earliest Practice - November 18
Earliest Meet - November 26

Rodgers accounts for 6 TD's over Raiders

Aaron Rodgers had his best game of the Matt LeFleur era by accounting for six touchdowns in a 42-24 win over the Raiders at Lambeau Field on Sunday. Green Bay is now 6-1 on the season. Rodgers threw for five touchdowns to five different receivers and also ran in a score. He finished 25-31, 429 yards, 5 touchdowns and no interceptions. Marquez Valdes-Scantling led the team in receiving with 2 catches for 133 yards and a touchdown. Jimmy Graham, Jake Kumerow, Aaron Jones and Jamal Williams each caught a touchdown as well.


The defense was not as sharp as it has been in past weeks and the Raiders actually outgained the Packers 484-481. Green Bay was able to force two turnovers to make an impact on the game.


The Packers now have a showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night. Kansas City will be without the league's reigning MVP Pat Mahomes who dislocated his kneecap in a win over the Broncos on Thursday night. The game will be played at Arrowhead Field with the kickoff at 7:20 PM.

Kewaunee and Gibraltar get seeds in football playoffs

One Door and one Kewaunee County football qualified for the state playoffs this season and both know who they will be playing in the first round.


In 11-man football, Kewaunee has a two-seed in Division 5 in Group B. The Storm will host 7-seeded Omro on Friday in a game you can listen to on 96.7 WBDK and If Kewaunee wins on Friday they will play the winner of (3) Chilton and (6) Wittenberg-Birnamwood.


Meanwhile, in 8-man football, Gibraltar will have a rematch against a team they've already beaten this season. The Vikings earned a three-seed and they will travel to two-seed Suring. The two teams met, also in Suring, on September 6th with the Vikings coming away with a 43-24 victory. If the Vikings can beat Suring again they will take on the winner of (1) Newman Catholic and (4) Marion/Tigerton. You can listen to the broadcast of the game on Friday on 105.1 The Viking and

Badgers blow lead at Illinois

The only time Wisconsin trailed in their game at Illinois on Saturday was when there were all zeroes on the clock when the game ended. Wisconsin led the Fighting Illini 20-7 after Jonathan Taylor ran for a touchdown at the beginning of the third quarter. For the rest of the game, the Badgers missed a field goal, lost a fumble and threw an interception allowing Illinois a chance to come back and they did. James McCourt hit a 39-yard field goal as time expired to give Illinois an upset victory. The final score was 24-23.


Wisconsin's playoff hopes may have been dashed after this loss to an Illini team that came into the game at 2-4 overall. The Badgers have a chance to get back in the playoff hunt on Saturday when they travel to fourth-ranked undefeated Ohio State.

Southern Door volleyball runner-up in conference tournament

Head Coach Craig Kain is estatic to note Southern Door High School volleyball took 2nd place to Oconto in the Packerland Conference Tournament. Winning the regular season crown and finishing second in the tournament gives the Eagles a shared conference championship. This is the first year in school history, that Southern Door has had or shared a conference championship.

The Eagles had three matches on the day. They won in the quarterfinals and semis in straight sets before falling to Oconto in the championship.

Sevastopol: 25-16, 25-19
Sturgeon Bay: 25-20, 25-19
Oconto: 21-25, 17-25


Southern Door will host Roncalli in the first round of the WIAA postseason on Tuesday night. The Eagles are a four seed.

Kewaunee wins MONLPC Large

Kewaunee High School's football team and Peshtigo entered Friday night's game undefeated in conference play. Only the Storm came out of it unscathed though. Host Kewaunee dominated the Bulldogs on their way to a 35-8 win. Running back Owen Kudick opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 19-yard TD run. Quarterback Ryan Carmichael threw to Max Hanrahan from 25 yards out also in the first. It was 13-0 Kewaunee at halftime. 

Jack Severin ran into the endzone for the only score of the third quarter. Kewaunee would score twice more in the fourth sandwiching Peshtigo's only touchdown of the night. Will Boettcher broke a 67-yard run with the game already decided. Kewaunee will host a Level One playoff game on Friday night.


Algoma football gets Week Nine shutout

Algoma High School's football team ended the year with a familiar result Friday night, another shutout. The Wolves defeated Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 32-0 to finish the season with eight wins to just one loss. Algoma High School's enrollment is too big to qualify for the eight-player football postseason but the Wolves rank in the top 5 in the state according to multiple polls.

Algoma's offense didn't pour it on in Week Nine like so many contests this year. The scoring trickled in. Running back Jordan Deringer threw to Chase Peronto on a trick play in the first quarter for 49 yards and a touchdown. Deringer contributed both the touchdowns in the second quarter as well. He ran it in from 14 and 39 yards respectively. . Algoma got another TD run from Deringer in the fourth and capped the scoring off with a Brett Benesh big play.Deringer finished with 167 yards rushing total.


Southern Door hosts Packerland volleyball tournament

Southern Door High School's volleyball team is the top seed in Saturday's Packerland Conference Tournament and also the host school. The first match is at 9:30 with doors opening an hour earlier. Other teams participating include Algoma, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran, Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol, Peshtigo, and Oconto. The tournament utilizes four courts to ensure all teams are accomodated in a speedy manner. Two of the courts will be in the Eagle Gym with two more in the high school gym. 

Brackets have already been released for the WIAA Tournament. Southern Door received a four seed in Section 4 of the Division Three bracket. They will host the first round of the postseason tournament Tuesday against Roncalli.

Southern Door football ends season with loss

Southern Door High School's football team ended the 2019 season with a whimper at Bonduel, losing 42-0. It took until the 3rd quarter for the Eagles to pick up a first down and they never found the end zone. Bonduel got on the board early in the first quarter, forcing a three-and-out from Southern Door before marching down the field. Quarterback Cole Letter found Carson Robaidek from 32 yards out. Isaac Banker ran it in from the 2 yard line with 2:31 left in the opening frame. 

Max Sokolski had two touchdown runs in the second quarter to put Bonduel up 28-0 at half. A Dylan Springborn interception return and Logan Majewski touchdown run were the only points of the second half. One of the lone highlights for Southern Door was an Alex Daoust interception.

Spartans post-season hopes dashed with 30-22 loss to Wrightstown on WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco fought hard but came up short Friday night with a 30-22 loss to the Wrightstown Tigers in a North Eastern Conference regular-season finale. 


The Spartans fell behind early as Wrightstown scored on their first three offensive drives.  Tailing 14-0 after one quarter, the Spartans were able to get on the board with 11:17 left in the second quarter on a one-yard run by running back Reece Worachek. 


Wrightstown led 21-7 at halftime before Spartan quarterback Matt Cravillion scored from 3 yards out to close the gap to 21-14. 



The Tigers scored twice to take a 30-14 lead early in the fourth quarter before the Spartans made a late rally with a 12 yard run from Worachek to get within eight points but could not capitalize on two Wrightstown fumbles in the final five minutes.  The Spartans were denied with 36 seconds left on fourth and goal from the one-yard line when Worachek slipped after the hand-off and was stopped short of the goal line.


The Spartans (3-5, 3-6 overall) will now miss the playoffs for the first time in seven years.  Wrightstown (7-1, 7-2 overall) will now wait for the seeding after finishing second in the North Eastern Conference. 


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Running game leads Gibraltar to crown on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings relied on its running game to capture its first football conference crown in 45 years Friday night, defeating the host Wausaukee Rangers 42-13.


The Vikings got off to a 16-0 lead in the first quarter thanks to rushing touchdowns from Luke Steebs and Alex Laughlin. After the Rangers' Hayden Reinkow found Brandon Shigouri for a 20-yard touchdown pass, Laughlin found the endzone again from 20 yards out on the ground to make it 22-6 at the break. Laughlin would get his third rushing touchdown of the game on a circus-like recovery of his own fumble for the only score in the third quarter. After the Vikings' Brandon Stillman punched in one touchdown from the one-yard line to open the fourth quarter, Reinkow would score one of his own from the same distance for the Rangers. Sam Lindenberg threw a touchdown pass to Spencer Krause to end the scoring for the evening with less than a minute remaining in the game.


The Vikings eclipsed the 300 yard mark rushing as a team for the second time in as many weeks, led by Laughin's 170 yards. The Vikings must now wait to see who, where and when they will play as the playoff field gets set on Saturday.






Sevastopol drops homecoming game on 104.1 WRLU

The Sevastopol football team played hard in front of a big homecoming crowd on Friday night against Wabeno-Laona but couldn't come up with a victory in the final game of the season. The Rebels knocked off Sevastopol 54-14 ending the Pioneers state title defense. Sevastopol's defense had a hard time stopping the dynamic running duo of Ethan Westimayer and Connor Taylor for Wabeno/Laona. They both scored four touchdowns with two of Taylor's coming on kickoff returns.


The Pioneers had a couple of big plays of their own on offense. Logan Beyer caught a 67 yard touchdown pass from Jack DeYoung who was in the game replacing the injured Triston Beauchamp. Spencer Evenson had a 35 yard touchdown run in the second half. He finished with 25 carries for 142 yards and reached the 1,000 yard mark on the season.


Sevastopol emptied the playbook for the final game of the season and they all ended in interceptions. A flea flicker in the first half was picked off. Both of Spencer Evenson's passes were intercepted in the game including a jump pass attempt down near the goal line.


Sevastopol only lined up with three seniors on the squad this season and they were all honored at halftime along with other accomplished Sevastopol senior athletes. Only one of those three suited up in the final game and that was Arthur Hocevar. Triston Beauchamp and Caden Kacmarynski were both out with injuries. 


Sevastopol Head Coach Ron Frank said in the postgame show on 104.1 WRLU that he expected his team to have growing pains this season after losing so much off of last year's state championship team. But with the Pioneers only losing three players off the team, the 2020 campaign could be a strong one.


Algoma football wraps up season on road

Algoma High School's football team ends their first eight-player season on the road Friday night at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah. Elkhart Lake enters the contest 4-4 and features a unique mascot. It may be the only time in program history that the Algoma Wolves have had to take on a team calling themselves the Resorters. As their record would suggest, it has been an up-and-down season for Elkhart Lake but they have strung together three consecutive wins at one point. The Resorters boast an upset win over Oakfield, a state-ranked team at the time. They also played Newman Catholic tough, losing 28-14.

Algoma's only loss was to Newman Catholic and have rolled since. Last week at St. Mary Catholic the Wolves gave up the first score of the game and followed it up with 54 unanswered. At 7-1, it has been a very successful transition to eight-player football for the Wolves.

Cross country recap: Kewaunee captures conference crown

The Kewaunee girls cross country team was the big winner at Thursday's Packerland Conference championships held by Gibraltar.


The Storm edged out Sturgeon Bay by five points (67-72) to take the title. Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel won the girls' race by 14 seconds, running a time of 20:03 on the 5K course. 


The Storm boys' team actually tied Peshtigo at 64 points, but the title was given to Peshtigo based on criteria. Southern Door was not far off the pace itself, scoring 67 points to take third. Southern Door's Sam Dean posted the fastest local time, running a 17:38 to finish in fifth.


Top 5 results (Links to individual results from below)


1, Josh Woller Oconto 16:31.26 
2, Caleb Smith Peshtigo 17:21.49 
3, Andrew Nelson Peshtigo 17:28.73
4, Logan Smith Peshtigo 17:34.85
5, Sam Dean SD 17:38.59 



1, Olivia Stenzel Sevastopol 20:09.60

2, Sydney Lund Peshtigo 20:23.66
3, Lydiah LeCloux Southern Door 21:23.07

4, Elizabeth Lamack Kewaunee 21:24.87
5, Miranda Olson Sturgeon Bay 21:34.76




Southern Door


Sturgeon Bay

Volleyball recap: Luxemburg-Casco sweeps Marinette

While the area's Packerland Conference teams prepare for Saturday's championships, Luxemburg-Casco hit the court for one of its final tune-ups before WIAA Tournament action begins.


The Spartans swept Marinette 3-0, not allowing the Marines to even hit double digits by winning their sets by scores of 25-5, 25-4, and 25-5. It was a balanced night of offense for the Spartans with Hannah Derenne registering six aces and four kills while Holly Baierl and Grace Holschuh  each adding at least five kills of their own. Bekah Day led the Spartans from the setter position with 17 assists on the evening.


Saturday's Packerland Conference tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. at Southern Door High School.


Picture courtesy of L-C Volleyball

Gibraltar chase conference crown on 105.1 The Viking

The first conference crown in 45 years is on the line Friday night when the Gibraltar Vikings battle the Wausaukee Rangers on 105.1 The Viking.


The Vikings are tied with Suring for the MONLPC-EIght-Man Conference lead and need a win to keep pace after the Eagles blew out Three Lakes last night 70-24. The Rangers are almost like looking at a mirror offensively with Hayden Renikow trailing the Vikings' Luke Steebs for the passing yards lead and Brandon Shigouri behind Alex Laughlin for the receiving yards title. After losing their first six games, the Rangers have won two straight. This gives Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck more reason to make sure his team stays focused for Friday night and not look ahead to their playoff berth.

Tim Kowols will be on the call from Wausaukee on 105.1 The Viking with the pre-game show beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. The game is also available streaming at and If available, a video feed can be found by liking on Facebook.


MORE COVERAGE: Culver’s Co-Student-Athletes of the Week: Gibraltar’s Connor Duffy and Brandon Stillman

Spartans travel to Wrightstown for regular season finale on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Wrightstown Friday night in the final regular-season game against the Tigers in the North Eastern Conference.  The Spartans (3-4, 3-5 overall) need a win to become play-off eligible while Wrightstown (6-1, 6-2 overall) have co- conference championship aspirations if they would win and undefeated Freedom falls to Marinette.  Luxemburg-Casco is coming off a heart-breaking 6-0 overtime loss to Little Chute last Friday while the Tigers loss 24-6 to West DePere in a non-conference matchup.  The pregame show will begin from Wrightstown High School at 6:30 pm with kickoff set for 7 pm on 96.7 FM WBDK.  The game will also be streamed live on


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux of Reece Worachek earlier this season)

Sevastopol plays homecoming game on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol football's last game this season is homecoming and you can listen to it on 104.1 WRLU. The Pioneers will be taking on Wabeno/Laona. Sevastopol is coming off a 36-14 loss to Gibraltar last week in a game that was closer than the final score indicates. It was a one-score game with six minutes left to play before the Vikings pulled away at the end. That loss ended Sevastopol's three-game winning streak.


Wabeno/Laona is coming off a 38-6 non-conference victory over Three Lakes last week. They are led by their senior running back and defensive back Ethan Westimayer. He's rushed for over 800 yards this season and picked off two passes as well.


Spencer Evenson has a chance to rush for over 1,000 yards on the season if he gains 123 yards on the ground.


Jonathan Bregman and Tim Ash will be on the call on 104.1 WRLU and The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Southern Door football closes out 2019 season

Southern Door High School's football team ends the season on the road in a non-conference game against Bonduel. The two teams have just one common opponent in Peshtigo. Southern Door fell at Peshtigo last week 42-27 while the Bears were victorious against them in Week Two, 54-0. Bonduel is another power running team. They average 180 yards per game on the ground. Southern Door has struggled against that this season with a young defensive line. The Bears enter the game with a 6-2 record.

For Southern Door, they will look to counter with some newly found balance. Quarterbacks Marcus Marchant and Alex Daoust the past two weeks have had success through the air. Freshman receiver Jack Peterson has been their favorite target, or at least the most explosive. On the ground, running back Nick Baudhuin is always a threat. Pregame is at 6:30 with kickoff at 7 PM on More FM 102.1.


Sturgeon Bay soccer bounces back on 103.3 The Clipper

After being shutout on Monday against Gibraltar/Sevastopol, the Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team wasted no time getting on the board against Algoma on 103.3 The Clipper. Christian Fairchild scored in the 2nd minute and Sturgeon Bay would add three more goals and to beat the Wolves 4-0. 


The game was played in Ashwaubenon at the home of the Green Bay Booyah because Sturgeon Bay's Clark Field was too wet to play. This was the second matchup between these two teams played on a neutral field. The first was played at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay because Algoma's home field was too wet.


Robert Alas scored in the 38th minute for Sturgeon Bay and the Clippers had a 2-0 lead at the half. Owen Stevenson added a goal two minutes into the second half and Arthur Kelsey would finish off the scoring late in the game.


Despite allowing four goals, Algoma goalkeeper Haakon Utesch was stellar making save after save including a highlight-reel diving save to stop a Carson Dvorak shot.


Sturgeon Bay will next take the pitch Friday night when they travel to Pulaski for a 6 PM kickoff. The next broadcast of Sturgeon Bay soccer will be next Thursday in the playoff opener. They will take on the winner of Howards Grove and Kewaunee which will be played on Tuesday. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 and kickoff at 7 PM on 103.3 The Clipper and


Other local Thursday soccer action included Gibraltar/Sevastopol facing Stockbridge and Kewaunee playing Peshtigo, but no scores were reported. In addition to the Clippers' matchup against Pulaski, Friday's action includes Luxemburg-Casco playing at home against The Prairie at 5 p.m., Kewaunee battling Wrightstown on the road at 4 p.m., 

Southern Door's Claflin gets offer

The courtship of Southern Door's Ryan Claflin officially began earlier this week when he secured his first Division 1 scholarship offer.


Claflin tweeted Wednesday he received an offer from nearby Green Bay. According to, The senior small forward has also received offers from Winona State, Hillsdale, Northern Michigan, and Michigan Tech. 

Door County United travels for meet

The Door County United swim team hits the road Thursday evening for its final dual meet of the season.


The co-op team with swimmers from Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will travel to Marinette ahead of its final three invitationals of the season before WIAA Sectionals. The team will swim at Shorewood this Saturday before two straight Thursdays of conference meets to close out the month.

Packerland Conference to decide cross country champ

Teams from the Packerland Conference will descend on the Chief Kahquados course again Thursday afternoon with a team title on the line.


The Peshtigo boys and Kewaunee girls look to defend their team titles from last year that saw Gibraltar's Evan Henry and Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel win their respective races. Top-ten runners from last year's conference champions returning this year include Southern Door's Sam Dean and Kewaunee's James Cullen in the boys' race while Stenzel, Southern Door's Lydiah LeCloux, and Kewaunee's Elizabeth Lamack renew their rivalry in the girls' run.


Thursday marks the second time Gibraltar, Southern Door, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol, and Algoma have tackled the 5K course. First races begin at 3:30 p.m.



Additional Coverage: Gibraltar’s Casanas hopes to finish season strong


Volleyball seedings announced

Conference tournaments are still on the horizon, but area volleyball teams have a better idea of where they might be next week after WIAA Tournament seedings were announced.


Luxemburg-Casco will be the site of one of the Division 2 regionals as the number 1 seed. They will wait for the winner of Wrightstown and Oconto Falls on October 24th. Sturgeon Bay will host a regional game on October 22nd against Two Rivers to set up a potential matchup between Green Bay West and Freedom. 


In Division 3, Southern Door will host a regional game as a number 4 seed on October 22nd when they host Roncalli. Kewaunee could be waiting in the wings for the Eagles on October 24th if the Storm can defeat St. Mary Springs on the road. Algoma scored a first round home match against Brillion on October 22nd, setting up a potential match up against top seeded Howards Grove or Kohler. Sevastopol will hit the road on the 22nd to face Manitowoc Lutheran with an opportunity to play either Oostburg or Winnebago Lutheran Academy.


Division 4 features Gibraltar hosting a regional matchup against Oneida Nation on October 22nd with hopes of hosting another regional game on the 24th against either Valley Christian or Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah. 


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball

Sturgeon Bay soccer hopes to bounce back on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team will be in an unfamiliar position on Thursday night...playing in a game coming off a conference loss. Gibraltar/Sevastopol knocked off the Clippers 1-0 on Monday and it was the first Packerland Conference loss for Sturgeon Bay since joining the league in 2017. Sturgeon Bay will have a chance to rebound playing at home against Algoma. Star forward Eli Dietzel will still be out with a hip flexor and the Clippers badly missed him against the Vikings.


You can hear the broadcast of the game at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports and 103.3 The Clipper with the pregame show starting at 3:30 p.m. PM and kickoff at 4:00 p.m. live from Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon.


Other soccer games Thursday night include Gibraltar/Sevastopol taking on Stockbridge on the road at 5 p.m., and Kewaunee traveling to Peshtigo for a road match at 4 p.m.



Tuesday volleyball recap

Southern Door capped off a great conference season and Gibraltar picked up a road win on Tuesday.


The Eagles finished 8-0 in the Packerland Conference after knocking off Algoma 3-0 at home Tuesday night. Southern Door won each set by similar scores, 25-19, 25-18 and 25-20.


Gibraltar took care of Sevastopol on the road in three sets, 25-20, 25-17 and 25-22. The Vikings were led by Agne Zukauskaite and Abbi Sitte.


Kewaunee went on the road to play Peshtigo and no score has been reported from that match.

Tuesday soccer recap - another Vikings victory

Gibraltar/Sevastopol picked up their second straight big conference win and Luxemburg-Casco got a late equalizer to tie on the road on Tuesday.


One night after knocking off the top team, Sturgeon Bay, in the Packerland Conference, Gibraltar/Sevastopol took care of the second-best team Green Bay NEW Lutheran by a final score of 3-1. The Vikings are now second place in the Packerland with a 6-1-3 record in the conference.


Griffin Saldana scored in the 88th minute for Luxemburg-Casco on the road against Clintonville to tie the Truckers 2-2. The Spartans led 1-0 at the half, then Clintonville scored two goals to take in the lead in the second half before the tying goal by Saldana.

Soccer tournament seeds announced

The season may still be going, but area soccer teams already know where they will be going to start their state run to Milwaukee.


In Division 3, Luxemburg-Casco will play at home on October 22nd against conference foe Wrightstown with the opportunity to face either Marinette or Sheboygan Falls two days later.


In Division 4, Sturgeon Bay will host the winner of Howards Grove and Kewaunee on October 24th. Gibraltar/Sevastopol and Algoma will have road contests on October 24th, playing Kohler and Winnebago Lutheran respectively.

Four radio games scheduled for final weekend

The radio stations of will cover four football games this Friday night on the final regular-season weekend of 2019.


Gibraltar is shooting for playoff positioning when they travel to Wausaukee for a conference matchup on 105.1 The Viking.


Luxemburg-Casco could still get into the playoffs with a win at Wrightstown on 96.7 WBDK.


Sevastopol can play spoiler on its homecoming night when it hosts Wabeno/Laona on 104.1 WRLU.


Southern Door hopes to do the same for Bonduel when it travels for a road matchup on 102.1 MORE FM.


Other local matchups includes Kewaunee hoping to win an outright conference title with a win at home against Peshtigo and Algoma completing its first eight-man football season with a win at Elkhart Lake/Glenbeulah.

Volleyball preview: Jockeying for seeding

There is still some wiggle room in the Packerland Conference before this Saturday's tournament.


Matches tonight include Kewaunee traveling to Peshtigo, Southern Door hosting Algoma for its Parents' Night celebration, and Gibraltar traveling to Sevastopol.


For some teams, this is their last action of the season before Saturday's conference tournament at Southern Door and WIAA Tournament games at campus sites beginning next week.

Packers tip Lions on late FG

Detroit's Matt Prater kicked five field goals but it was Mason Crosby's third of the night that gave the Green Bay Packers the 23-22 victory over the rival Lions.


It did not look good from the very beginning for the Packers as they were outscored 10-0 in the first quarter thanks in part to two long passing plays from the Lions' Matt Stafford. The Packers got on the scoreboard late in the second quarter down 13-0 thanks to five-yard pitch play to Jamaal Williams and Crosby's first field goal of the night. The Lions would hit three more field goals before calls started to tilt in favor of the Packers. One helped set up a 35-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to reserve wide receiver Allen Lazard and another helped set up the game-winning field goal.


The Packers have a short week to prepare for their next opponent, the Oakland Raiders. That is a noon start at Lambeau Field.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol pulls massive upset over Sturgeon Bay on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team had not lost a Packerland Conference game since joining the league in the 2017 season...until Monday night. Gibraltar/Sevastopol scored a goal in the 6th minute in the game and then held on the final 84 minutes to come away with a 1-0 shocking upset victory. The game was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and Kiegan Sargent knocked a shot past Clipper goalkeeper Joe Wind for the only score of the match.


Sturgeon Bay Head Coach Todd Maas was worried before the game about his team coming out flat after picking up a big victory on Saturday on the road against Notre Dame in Green Bay. He also said the team doesn't ever seem to play well at Gibraltar and both worries ended up being legitimate. Sturgeon Bay was also without their star forward Eli Dietzel who was out with a hip flexor injury. Coach Maas hopes to have him back for when the playoffs begin next Thursday.


Sturgeon Bay had a rush of good goal-scoring opportunities in the last 25 minutes or so of the game but couldn't put a ball past Viking goalkeeper Hayden Hoffman who was always in the right position to make a save.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol will try to beat another team above them in the Packerland standings on Tuesday when they host Green Bay NEW Lutheran, kickoff at 6:30 PM. Sturgeon Bay will have a couple of days to rest before their next game on Thursday at home against Algoma. That game will be broadcast on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame starting at 6 PM and kickoff at 7.  Other action locally includes Luxemburg-Casco playing at Clintonville and Algoma hosting Freedom.

Sturgeon Bay soccer looks to avoid letdown on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay High School's boys soccer team returns to the pitch on Monday night and you can hear the game on 103.3 The Clipper. Sturgeon Bay will be at Gibraltar High School to take on the Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers. Sturgeon Bay's last game was Saturday afternoon against at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay in a non-conference game. The Clippers topped ND 2-0. Sturgeon Bay scored twice in the first ten minutes and held on for the shut out.

Sturgeon Bay will try for their 30th straight Packerland Conference victory against the Vikineers. Gibraltar/Sevastopol enters the game at 6-2-6 overall on the season and 4-1-3 in the conference. These two teams have not played each other yet. They were supposed to matchup on October 1st at Sturgeon Bay and got rained out. Then the makeup game on Friday was also postponed due to rain. The pregame starts at 6 PM with kickoff at 6:30 on 103.3 The Clipper and


Packerland Conference releases fall standings

Suring football (eight-man), Sturgeon Bay soccer, and Southern Door volleyball find themselves alone in first place in the most recent standings released by the Packerland Conference while Kewaunee football is currently tied with Peshtigo in eleven-man.


There is still plenty of time for the standings to get shuffled in the final week of play ahead of the playoffs and conference tournaments. Cross country will settle its champion on Thursday when Gibraltar hosts the Packerland Conference meet on Thursday.


Click the links below for the standings.


11-man football

8-man football



Packers look to break streak against Lions

The Green Bay Packers hope to get back to their winning ways against their NFC North rival when the Detroit Lions come into town for Monday Night Football.


The Packers had won every Wisconsin matchup dating back to 1992 before their current two-game losing streak at Lambeau against the Lions. Both teams come into the game with just one loss to their name, though this is the Lions' first game within the division. The Lions are ranked ahead of the Packers in many statistical categories on both sides of the ball including yards and points.


Kick-off is schedule for 7:15 p.m.

Soccer preview: Kewaunee soccer to play two

It is a light slate of high school sports in Door and Kewaunee Counties, so leave it up to the Kewaunee soccer team to pick up the slack.


Kewaunee will play a doubleheader against Stockbridge at home beginning at 4 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. The two teams will play a pair of matches with 30-minute halves.


The only other action across all sports is Sturgeon Bay traveling to Fish Creek to face Gibraltar/Sevastopol on 103.3 The Clipper.


Tuesday's slate is a little heavier with Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Clintonville to take on the Truckers, Algoma playing at home against Freedom, and the Vikineers hosting its second game in two days when NEW Lutheran pays them a visit.




Bucks come back to tip Wizards

The Milwaukee Bucks outscored the Washington Wizards 31-25 in the fourth quarter to win the game by the same margin, 115-108.


Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe each got the night off as both team continue to march towards regular season action. Khris Middleton led the way for the Bucks with 22 points while Ersan Illyasova and three other players scored in double-figures. Bradley Beal led the Wizards in scoring with 20 points in the loss.


The Bucks are back in action Thursday night when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves in Milwaukee.

Kewaunee volleyball winless at Oconto Falls Invite

Kewaunee High School's volleyball team was winless on Saturday at an invitational at Oconto Falls. The team dropped all ten sets it played but the Storm came tantalizingly close to breaking through and picking up some victories. Scores from Saturday's action:

Freedom: 19-25, 16-25
Oconto Falls: 23-25, 24-26
NEW Lutheran: 14-25, 17-25
Peshtigo: 17-25, 15-25
Chilton: 24-26, 20-25

Kewaunee gets another crack at Peshtigo on Tuesday night. The Storm are at the Bulldogs beginning at 7 PM.


Southern Door volleyball wins Brillion Invite

Southern Door High School's volleyball team won the Brillion Invite without dropping a set. The Eagles picked up four wins on Saturday. The scores for each match were:

Green Bay West: 25-6, 25-7
Stockbridge: 25-7, 25-11
Coleman: 25-22, 25-13
Brillion: 25-19, 29-27

Southern Door remains perfect in Packerland Conference play as well. The Eagles are rounding into their best form of the year. Southern Door is back in action on Tuesday night hosting the Algoma Wolves.


*Thank you to coach Craig Kain for providing the scores.


Sturgeon Bay knocks off Notre Dame on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team wanted a chance to show what it could do against better competition and did just that with a victory over Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon. Two early goals was all Sturgeon Bay needed and held on for a 2-0 win on the road. The game was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and 


Carson Dvorak scored a goal in the 4th minute and Robert Alas added one in the 10th. The Clipper defense, led by senior Adison Benzinger, was stellar in preserving the shutout.


Notre Dame came in to the game at 12-6-1 overall playing against better competition as the Tritons are a Division 3 team. They were able to recover after a rough start and played even the last 80 minutes.


Weather was a factor as the temperature for the game was about 40 degrees and wind gusts got up to 35 MPH.


Sturgeon Bay will next be in action back in Packerland Conference play on Monday. The Clippers will travel up to Fish Creek to take on the Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers. You have a chance to hear the game on 103.3 The Clipper and The pregame show will begin at 6 PM and kickoff at 6:30 with Jonathan Bregman and Bryan Mazur on the call.

Wisconsin hockey drops season opener

The Wisconsin Badgers men's hockey team is out east for the first weekend of the season. Friday night they faced off against 10th ranked Boston College. BC jumped out to a 4-1 lead early in the second period. The Eagles blitzed the Badgers with a pair of seniors. Julius Mattila had two goals and David Cotton tallied a goal and an assist. 

Wisconsin regrouped though and made it a game. At the end of the 2nd period it was 4-3 Boston College following goals from Wisconsin's Owen Lindmark and Cole Caufield. Daniel Lebedeff got the start between the pipes for the Badgers making saves on 23 of BC's 28 shots on goal.


Milwaukee Bucks improve to 3-0 in preseason

The Milwaukee Bucks have a five-game NBA preseason slate this season and they've won the first three following a 118-111 triumph Friday in Dallas. Giannis Antetokounmpo paced the team with 34 points in just 23 minutes. Antetokounmpo shot 65% from the field, went 5-5 at the line, and added 11 rebounds. Other Bucks who stood out offensively were Ersan Ilyasova with 18 points and Dragan Bender who netted 17. The final margin was seven points but for much of the game Milwaukee led by more than that. At the end of three quarters it was 99-82 in favor of the Bucks.

The Bucks take the court again in Washington tomorrow evening at 5 PM.


Gibraltar topples Sevastopol on 105.1 The Viking

Gibraltar had to rely on its ground game to get past its county rival Sevastopol Friday night, winning 36-14 on 105.1 The Viking.


The cold, wet, and windy conditions kept the Vikings' air game grounded, but their only completion seemed to help the offense settle into the game. After a 31 yard completion to Alex Laughlin, Brandon Stillman was able to punch it in from 10 yards out to give the Vikings the early lead. Luke Steebs would add another touchdown at the end of the half to make it 16-0 at the break. 


The Pioneers and the Vikings traded scores in the third quarter with Spencer Evenson and Laughlin each scoring from inside the ten-yard line. After Triston Beauchamp made it a one-score game for the Pioneers, Laughlin and Steebs each scored touchdowns to put the game out of reach. The two teams combined for close to 600 yards of rushing compared to just 57 yards passing.


The Vikings continue their quest for a conference championship next Friday night at Wausaukee. 105.1 The Viking will make the trip with coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.





Algoma and Kewaunee football win Friday

The football teams of Algoma High School and Kewaunee High School extended their winning streaks Friday night. Both teams rolled to comfortable victories. Full recaps are available at the links provided or you can visit


Algoma scored 54 unanswered points in response to an early Saint Mary Catholic score.


Kewaunee scored the first 43 points of their game at home against Oconto


Southern Door halftime lead slips away

Southern Door High School's football team got off to a fast start Friday night thanks to three first half Peshtigo turnovers but the script was flipped in the second half. The Bulldogs pulled away late to down Southern Door 42-27. Alex Daoust intercepted Peshtigo's Will Boettcher on the first two possessions with Marcus Marchant scooping up a fumble on the third. 

Nick Baudhuin had a 27-yard touchdown run off left tackle and Daoust threw a 16-yard score to capitalize on those turnovers giving Southern Door a 12-0 lead. Senior running back Jerad Jandt brought Peshtigo back. At half, it was 20-16. In the final 24 minutes, Jandt shone with several rushing touchdowns helping Peshtigo to the win. Southern Door's only score of the second half was an Alex Daoust option keeper on third-and-goal from the 14. Southern Door ends the year next Friday at Bonduel.


Nick Baudhuin takes handoff from Alex Daoust.


Clipper soccer with big non-conference matchup on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay soccer hasn't had much of a problem in the Packerland Conference so the Clippers are going out of their league for a tougher matchup. Notre Dame is a strong division 3 team and Sturgeon Bay will go on the road to play them in a Saturday matinee. The Clippers have won each conference game so far this season by at least three goals. Notre Dame comes into this game at 12-6-1 overall and 5-2-1 in the Fox River Classic Conference. The Tritons are coming off a 3-2 loss to Bay Port on their home field. Sturgeon Bay is 14-2-1 overall and coming off the Kewaunee victory.


The two teams have built up a bit of a rivalry in recent years. They played each other every year from 2013 to 2017 and were scheduled to play last season but the game was canceled. Notre Dame won 4 of those 5 matchups with Sturgeon Bay's only win coming in 2016.


You can hear the game live on 103.3 The Clipper and starting with the pregame show at 11:30 AM and kickoff at noon.

Spartans fall to Mustangs 6-0 in OT on WBDK

In a defensive-dominated game, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans lost in overtime to the Little Chute Mustangs 6-0 at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  With less than ideal field conditions, both teams relied heavily on their rushing attacks all evening long.  The Spartans had numerous opportunities in the first half to get on the board, including a missed field goal in the first quarter and quarterback Matt Cravillion was stopped at the one yard line as time expired in the first half.  

 Both teams played a field position game in the second half with the Spartans getting down to the Little Chute 15 yard line in the final minute only to lose ten yards on two plays before kicker John Larson slipped and missed a 40 yard field goal at the end of regulation.
In the overtime, Mustang running back Jacob Debruin scored on a two yard run to give the Mustangs the 6-0 lead.  The Spartans could not muster any positive yardage on their first three plays in overtime and a desperation pass on 4th down by Owen Deprez fell short in the end zone to end the game.

The Spartans outgained the Mustangs 261-184 in total yards as Cravillion and Reece Worachek combined for 189 yards in rushing but it was not enough as Little Chute defense bended but did not break all night.  

Luxemburg-Casco (3-4, 3-5 overall) will now travel to Wrightstown next Friday in a must-win game to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)


Sevastopol winning streak ends on 104.1 WRLU

The Sevastopol Pioneers football team had a couple of three-game winning streaks that came to an end on Friday night at Gibraltar in a game broadcasted on 104.1 WRLU and 105.1 The Viking. Sevastopol was coming into the contest winning three in a row after starting the season off 0-4. The Pioneers also had taken three in a row from their rival Gibraltar. On a cold, wet, windy night Gibraltar prevailed 36-14.


Sevastopol was able to force three Gibraltar turnovers after forcing five last week. But the Vikings were able to get enough offense from their running attack with Alex Laughlin and Luke Steebs each running for over 150 yards.


After a scoreless first quarter, Gibraltar got two touchdown runs in the second quarter from the quarterback Steebs. Sevastopol finally got on the board in the third quarter after the Pioneers recovered a fumble deep in Gibraltar territory. Spencer Evenson ran in a touchdown from five yards out. Alex Laughlin got a touchdown run for Gibraltar to extend the lead to 22-8. Triston Beauchamp brought Sevastopol back within one score with a touchdown run of this own. Gibraltar was able to seal the game with two late touchdowns to pull out a victory that probably wasn't as lopsided as the final score might indicate.


Sevastopol is now 3-5 overall on the season and 3-4 in the MONLPC. The Pioneers have a chance to get back to .500 in the conference with a home win next week against Wabeno/Laona. That game will be on 104.1 WRLU and The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Volleyball recap: Southern Door hangs on against Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles held onto their undefeated conference record in the Packerland to lead the volleyball action Thursday.


The Eagles went back and forth with Gibraltar, eventually prevailing 3-2.


Luxemburg- Casco swept away conference rival Freedom 3-0.


Algoma won the final two sets of its 3-1 victory over Sturgeon Bay.


Click on the links above for match recaps from



Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District's Facebook page





Cross-country recap: Luxemburg-Casco takes third in Fameree Invitational

The Luxemburg-Casco girls cross country team took advantage of its home course Thursday afternoon, cruising to a 3rd place finish.


Alyssa Delebreau was able to lead the Spartans to the podium finish with an 18th place finish overall. Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel was the top local finisher in the girls' race, running a 20:04 on the 5K course. Kewaunee's James Cullen was the top local finisher in the boys' race while leading the Storm to a fourth-place finish. 


Click on the school for individual results from




Sturgeon Bay

Southern Door



In Brillion, Anthony Casanas and Betsy Lecy lead their respective teams for Gibraltar in their Thursday afternoon cross country meet. The girls' team took sixth while the boys did not have enough runners to score.


Gibraltar renews county rivalry on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to bounce back from its second loss of the season when it faces county rival Sevastopol on 105.1 The Viking. In a hard-fought game, the Vikings fell to the Algoma Wolves 46-22 last Friday night after winning the previous five straight. The Pioneers have rebounded from a slow start, winning their last three. It has been since 2015 since the Vikings have been able to defeat their county rival, including giving up 64 points its last two times out. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says it did not take long for his team to refocus after its defeat to the Wolves, especially its seniors.

Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. The game will also air on 104.1 WRLU with Jon Bregman and Tim Ash and be played worldwide at and


Other eight-man football action tonight features Algoma traveling to face St. Mary Catholic.

Spartans look to rebound against Mustangs on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will host Little Chute Friday evening in a North Eastern Conference football matchup.  Coming off a 35-21 homecoming loss to the Denmark Vikings last week, the Spartans (3-3, 3-4), look to rebound against the Mustangs on Senior and Parents Night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  Little Chute (3-3, 4-3 overall) fell to the Freedom Irish 23-0 last week.   Both teams have dropped out conference championship contention but are still playing for their playoff lives.  Pregame for the “Battle of the L-Cs” begins is at 6:30 pm with kickoff scheduled for 7 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM Friday night.  The game will also be streamed live on


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from last week's game against Denmark)

Southern Door football at Peshtigo on 102.1 Friday

Southern Door High School's football team wraps up the 2019 season on the road in Peshtigo and Bonduel the next two weeks. Friday's assignment against the Bulldogs is a tough one with Peshtigo still undefeated in the MONLPC Large. 

Southern Door debuted an air raid offense last week against Kewaunee with Marcus Marchant taking over as quarterback. Marchant found Jack Peterson for a score on the first offensive possession and was able to move the ball for much of the first half with other opportunities fizzling out near the Storm red zone. Given the weather forecast, expect running back Nick Baudhuin to feature more prominently Friday. The Door County Medical Center Pregame begins at 6:30 with the kickoff at 7 PM on More FM 102.1.


Other 11-man football action on Friday night includes Kewaunee facing Oconto at home.

Sevastopol wants fourth straight win on 104.1 WRLU

After starting the season off with four straight losses, the Sevastopol Pioneers football team has won three straight want to keep their streak going on Friday night against a conference rival. The Pioneers will travel north to Fish Creek to take on the Gibraltar Vikings. Sevastopol is coming off a 42-14 victory over Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas in a game their defense forced five turnovers. The Pioneers have to win their final two games to keep playoff hopes alive.


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

Sturgeon Bay wins 10th straight on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team had no trouble on their home pitch on Thursday beating Kewaunee 10-0 in just under 75 minutes. It was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and Head Coach Todd Maas went with an all-senior starting lineup on Senior Night at Clark Field. The seniors on the team were honored before the game, at halftime and after the match ended. A freshman, however, was the one that stole the show. Robert Alas picked up a hat trick including the game-ending goal in the 75th minute.


The scoring got started in the 9th minute in a goal from Eduardo Arvizo. Eli Dietzel added a goal in the 19th minute and a goal on a penalty kick in the 22nd. Carson Dvorak added two goals had a goal as well.


Kewaunee's best opportunity for a goal came in the first half when Jose Diaz-Vazquez forced a penalty kick but his shot hit off the left goal post.


Sturgeon Bay will take on Gibraltar/Sevastopol at home on Friday night. The next broadcast of Sturgeon Bay soccer on 103.3 The Clipper will be on Saturday when the Clippers travel to Notre Dame. The pregame show will start at 11:30 AM and the kickoff at noon.


Ties dominated the other local action as Luxemburg-Casco left Freedom knotted up at 1-1 and Algoma and Gibraltar/Sevastopol played to a 2-2 draw.

Algoma football looks to finish season strong

Algoma High School's football team is now 6-1 on the season and winners of four straight, but Head Coach Wade Vandervest says it is too soon to proclaim the program's first eight-player football season a success.


Algoma is not facing the same level of competition its last two games that it saw for homecoming against Gibraltar. The Vikings were state-ranked before being manhandled by Algoma last week. The Wolves ran for over 420 yards averaging almost 10 yards per carry as a team. The St. Mary's Zephyrs enter Friday's contest at 1-5 and next weekend's opponent, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, is 3-3. 


Door County United travels for meet

Door County United hits the road Thursday night for its second to last dual meet of the season.


The cooperative team heads to Seymour for a 6 p.m. After Thursday, it will face Marinette for its final dual before the Shorewood Invitational that Saturday and two other conference meets.  

Volleyball preview: Southern Door looks to stay perfect

A perfect Packerland slate is still possible as Southern Door enters play Thursday along with all the other local volleyball teams.


The Eagles' conference winning streak will be put to the test in Fish Creek as they battle Gibraltar. Other Packerland Conference matches beginning at 7 p.m. include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Algoma, and Kewaunee hosting Sevastopol.


Luxemburg-Casco plays at Freedom in Northeastern Conference play at 7 p.m. 

Luxemburg-Casco moves up cross country invite

Avoiding the expected rain and cold seems to be the goal after Luxemburg-Casco moved up its Russ Fameree Invitational.


The race featuring 20 schools was supposed to take place at Northbrook Golf Course on Friday, but now will be held on the grounds of the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex beginning at 4 p.m. on Thursday. That is good news for spectators and idle runners as rain is expected on Friday along with a 30-degree drop in the low temperature.


Joining the Spartans on the 5K course is Algoma, Sevastopol, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, and Southern Door.


In other cross country action, Gibraltar will travel even further south to Brillion to take on Kiel Middle School, Valders, Gibraltar, Hilbert, Hortonville, Howards Grove, Oostburg, St. Mary Catholic, Manitowoc Lincoln, and Wrightstown for races beginning at 4:15 p.m.

Bucks bounce Jazz

The Milwaukee Bucks' win at the Fiserv Forum came at a price Wednesday night against the Utah Jazz.


En route to a 133-99 win, Eric Bledsoe was forced to leave the game early with a strained oblique according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Giannis Antetokounmpo looked to be in MVP form in his limited action, scoring 22 points and collecting 11 rebounds in just over 20 minutes of action. Four other players scored in double figures for the Bucks while Tony Bradley led the way for the Jazz with 17 points. 


The Bucks continue their preseason slate on Friday in Dallas against the Mavericks.

Sturgeon Bay vs Kewaunee soccer on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team will try to keep their long winning streak going when they host Kewaunee on Thursday night. This game will be broadcast on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame show starting at 6 PM and kickoff at 6:30. The Clippers have won nine straight games and are 8-0 in Packerland Conference play. They've already beaten the Storm this year 12-0 in Kewaunee on September 16th.


Jonathan Bregman and Bryan Mazur will be on the call.


Other soccer action being played locally Thursday night includes Luxemburg-Casco playing at Freedom and Algoma hosting Gibraltar/Sevastopol for 4 p.m. tilts.

Volleyball recap: Hard-fought matchups Tuesday

There were some very hard-fought matches on Tuesday in local volleyball action. Unfortunately, three Door and Kewaunee County teams lost five-set matches.


Gibraltar was able to knock off Sturgeon Bay on the road 3-2 winning 24-26, 25-19, 25-23, 24-26 and 15-5.


Southern Door hosted Kewaunee and won 3-0 25-14, 25-22 and 25-17.


Sevastopol fell 3-2 to Green Bay NEW Lutheran on their home court 23-25, 25-17, 25-14, 18-25, 15-10.


Luxemburg-Casco lost 3-2 at home to Denmark 17-25, 25-17, 25-22, 19-25, 12-15.


Tuesday soccer recap: L-C rolls

Luxemburg-Casco and Algoma were in action in boys soccer on Tuesday. One came away with a win and one with a loss.


Denmark actually scored the first goal of the game against Luxemburg-Casco in the ninth minute. But the Spartans roared back with 11 straight goals in the first half, including five from Carter Sewell to pick up a road conference victory 11-1.


Algoma played a home conference game against Green Bay NEW Lutheran and came away with a 6-0 loss.


Full recaps can be found at

Volleyball preview: Season hitting homestretch

Just a handful of matches remain in the high school girls' volleyball season this year in Door and Kewaunee Counties.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Denmark for a 7 p.m. match.


Packerland Conference action includes Sevastopol hosting NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee playing at Southern Door, and Gibraltar paying a visit to Sturgeon Bay for 7 p.m. tilts.

Soccer recap: Hat tricks lead the way

Algoma's Riley Reinhart and Luxemburg-Casco's Cody Arendt registered hat tricks in Monday's soccer action.


Reinhart scored two of his three tallies in the second half as the Wolves cruised to a 6-1 victory over Kewaunee.


Arendt was one of three Spartans to register multiple points in its 6-3 win over Marinette.


Sturgeon Bay continues to find success scoring at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon,

defeating NEW Lutheran 6-1.


Click on the links for individual breakdowns of each game.


Tuesday's games include the Spartans playing at Denmark, the Storm battling at home against Stockbridge, the Wolves hosting the Blazers,  and the Clippers hitting the road to face Wrightstown at 4:30 p.,m. 

Golf recap: Sturgeon Bay takes 7th at sectional

There will be no trip to Madison, but it was the end of a successful season for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' golf team Monday at the Xavier Sectional meet.


The Clippers shot a 478 on the day, about 100 strokes behind sectional qualifying Xavier and Wrightstown in seventh place. Madeline Blahnik ended her high school golfing career leading the Clippers on the day, shooting a 103.


In the yet-to-be-played Notre Dame Sectional, sophomore Lydia VandenHouten will be in the second wave with three other individual qualifiers at Thornberry Creek.

Kewaunee takes sixth in tennis subsectional

The Kewaunee Storm was able to get one victory out of Monday's tennis subsectional in Appletown, but it was not enough to send anyone to the WIAA Sectional meet.


Lauren Baumann was able to defeat Isabella Hanmann 6-2 and 6-4 in the first round for #4 singles, but fell to eventual champion Anna Vandenacker 6-0, 6-1. 

Bucks win preseason opener

Although the game was in the Windy City, it was one of brotherly love Monday Night for the Milwaukee Bucks' Robin and Brook Lopez.


In just 15 minutes of game action, Robin scored 14 points and Brook 13 in the Bucks 122-112 victory over the Chicago Bulls in its first preseason action of the new NBA season. Frank Mason, Sterling Brown, and Dragan Bender also scored in double figures in the win. 

Sturgeon Bay, L-C's VandenHouten hit sectional links

Area girls golfers hit their respective golf courses beginning today as the WIAA Sectional action gets underway.


In the Notre Dame Sectional, sophomore Lydia VandenHouten will be in the second wave with three other individual qualifiers at Thornberry Creek.


Sturgeon Bay will have its entire golf team compete at the Xavier Sectional being held at Ridgeway Country Club. The Clippers' golfers will be spread out evenly between the second and sixth waves. 

Kewaunee tennis travels to subsectional

The road to state begins Monday for the Kewaunee tennis team.


The action begins at 9 a.m. at the Fox Cities Racquet Club at the Xavier High School Subsectional.



Singles #1

Ariel Johanek vs. Xavier's Anne Marie Kanabe


Singles #2 

Ashton Pribek vs. Xavier's Bella Taleon


Singles #3

Kira Doperalski vs. New London's Chaise Guyette


Singles #4

Lauren Baumann vs. Fox Valley Lutheran's Isabella Hanmann


Doubles #1

Bailey Kinjerski and Maya Kunkel vs. Fox Valley Lutheran's Adeline Mielke and Kylie Toyne


Doubles #2

Madison Jacobs and Bethany Pekarek vs. Marinette's Heather Noel and Alyssa Greenwood 


Doubles #3

Vanessa Guillen and Morgan Hrivnak vs. Marinette's Jordan Boettcher and Anna Pitts





Bucks begin preseason slate

The Milwaukee Bucks hope to break through to the NBA Finals this season, but first, they have to start with preseason action beginning Monday night against the Chicago Bulls.


The Bucks gave its fans a first taste of the season Sunday with an open scrimmage at the Fiserv Forum. The Black Team, led by Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe, defeated the White Team 97-95. Defending NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo showed no signs of rust, leading the White Team with 29 points. Middleton and Bledsoe combined for 43 points in the bragging-rights victory.


The Bulls and Bucks lock up at the United Center beginning at 7 p.m.

Packers lead wire-to-wire in victory

After struggling on the ground against a tough Philadelphia front seven, Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones got loose early and often against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in a 34-24 victory. Jones had four rushing touchdowns and averaged over five-and-a-half yards per carry in the winning effort. Jones added seven receptions for 75 yards. Aaron Rodgers was steady again throwing for over 230 yards even without a touchdown pass. Green Bay was missing Pro Bowl receiver Devante Adams.

The Packer defense was stifling again until Green Bay had built a 31-3 lead. It got a bit dicey late but a missed 33-yard field goal from Dallas kicker Brett Maher wide right with under two minutes to go sealed the deal.

Green Bay remains in first in the NFC North and will Detroit next Monday night. The Lions had a bye in Week Five and are 2-1-1 on the season.


Host Southern Door volleyball runner-up at invitational

Southern Door High School's volleyball team hosted the annual Eagle Invite Saturday, making it to the Championship Match. Overall, the Eagles were 4-1. Southern Door won the first three matches in straight sets, topped Gibraltar in the semifinal round in three, and lost to Wisconsin Lutheran in two.

Two Rivers- 25-22, 25-21
Crivitz- 25-21, 25-22
Sevastopol- 25-19, 25-23
Gibraltar- 21-25, 27-25, 15-6
Wisconsin Lutheran- 16-25, 20-25

Kendra Dantoin poured it on offensively with 40 kills and five aces. She added 55 digs on defense. Nicole Norton had an amazing 108 assists from the setter position. Jackie Atkins led all Southern Door servers with eight aces.


Davante Adams confirmed out against Dallas

Wide receiver Davante Adams will miss Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Adams left last week's Thursday night matchup against Philadelphia with turf toe around halfway through. Turf toe is a sprain of the joint in your big toe that is usually the result of it being hyperextended upward. In essence, it is a particularly bad jam of the big toe. The most common treatment for the injury is rest and it takes 2-3 weeks on average for recovery. 

Adams is a multiple-time Pro Bowl selection and has been a favorite target for quarterback Aaron Rodgers in his career. Green Bay and Dallas kicks off at 3:25 PM.

Five soccer teams in action Monday

Boys soccer is the bulk of varsity high school action on Monday with five local teams in action. At 4 PM, Algoma visits Kewaunee for the pitch's version of the War on the Shore. Sturgeon Bay will be in Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.

The twilight match has the combined Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers on the road at Ashwaubenon. That game does not begin until 6:30 PM.


Volleyball preview: Monday and Tuesday action

Algoma is the only area volleyball team with a Monday night match but there are several games for Tuesday. Roncalli is at Algoma Monday and it is Parent's Night with the match set for 7 PM.

On Tuesday, Sevastopol hosts NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee is at Southern Door (also Parent's Night), and Gibraltar visits Sturgeon Bay. All of those matchups have a 7 PM start time.


Wisconsin football rocks Kent State

The University of Wisconsin football team continued its dominance of MAC football teams Saturday besting Kent State 48-0. Wisconsin shut out Central Michigan in Week Two 61-0. 

A week after a poor offensive effort, quarterback Jack Coan regrouped to go 12-15 for 134 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Jonathan Taylor had four scores on the ground gaining 186 yards. Taylor averaged almost 10 yards a carry. 

While the offense has struggled at moments, the Wisconsin defense has been the definition of consistency. The Golden Flashes managed only 123 yards. 


Sturgeon Bay soccer blanks Wausau East

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys soccer team celebrated three times Friday night as they beat Wausau East 9-0. It was another dominating performance for the team which was appreciated by those in attendance including the parents who were honored before the game. Finally, coach Todd Maas was honored for picking up his 200th varsity victory earlier this month. The game was a makeup originally scheduled for earlier in the season. It took place at Clark Field. Eli Dietzel scored five of the Clipper nine goals in the victory.  Sturgeon Bay will now travel to Green Bay to take on NEW Lutheran Monday afternoon in a conference match.

Sturgeon Bay girls golf advances

Friday's Division 2 Regional from Mid-Vallee Golf Club had all the drama of Sunday at Augusta with the Sturgeon Bay high school girl's golf team advancing after a playoff with Freedom. The two schools tied for fourth in stroke play with 430. Sturgeon bay won the playoff on the first hole 24-25. A lone stroke sends the Clippers to Sectionals. Other teams moving on are Xavier (387), Wrightstown (406), and Denmark (415). Sturgeon Bay had a team result of 430.

Individually, senior Sarah Bridenhagen was second overall shooting a 93. Amazingly enough, she was 15 strokes behind first place. Madeline Blahnik was tied for fourth with a 96. Katy Carter finished 29th shooting 117. The final two Clippers were  Alayna Corbisier tied for 33rd at 124 and Ava Cormody in 44th with a 171.

Denmark spoils Spartan's homecoming 42-28 on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans had their homecoming spoiled with a 42-28 loss to the Denmark Vikings Friday night.  The Vikings controlled the line of scrimmage and the time of possession most of the evening as the Spartans could not overcome a strong Viking rushing attack.  

Denmark scored first on a three-yard run by Gabriel Wertel on the opening drive to take a 7-0 lead.  A 19-yard pass from Spartan's quarterback Matt Cravillion to running back Reece Worachek tied the score at 7-7 to close the scoring in the first quarter.  

Luxemburg-Casco took their only lead of the game with 11:21 left in the second quarter on a four-yard run by Worachek making it 14-7.

Denmark responded with two touchdowns before halftime to take a 21-14 lead into intermission.

The Spartans did manage to tie the game with the opening drive in the second half on a Cravillion two-yard touchdown run with 6:45 left in the third quarter.  

Denmark responded by scoring 21 unanswered points to take a commanding 42-21 lead with 3:04 left in the game.  

Worachek closed out the scoring with a one-yard plunge with only 1:03 left in the fourth quarter.

Denmark outgained L-C 414-233 in total yards and had the ball for 28:29 compared to 19:31 for the Spartans.

Luxemburg-Casco's Worachek finished with 65 rushing yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns.  Denmark's Wertel had a huge game with 184 rushing yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns.

The Spartans (3-3, 3-4 overall) will now need to win their final two games to become playoff-eligible.  They host Little Chute next Friday on Parent and Senior Night before closing the regular season traveling to Wrightstown.  Those games will be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK and streamed live on  

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 

Kewaunee football downs Southern Door on 102.1

The Kewaunee High School football team used a potent first half offense to run away from Southern Door Friday night. Kewaunee took the opening drive for a touchdown in only 95 seconds with Owen Kudick running in from 12 yards out. Southern Door matched Kewaunee with a touchdown of their own on the Eagles' opening possession. Jack Peterson caught a 15-yard strike on a post pattern from quarterback Marcus Marchant. The extra point failed.

The scoring stopped for Southern Door after that. That wasn't the case for Kewaunee. The Storm's second drive took just three minutes ending in a Jack Severin one-yard TD run. Severin ran it in again with 7:22 left in the second quarter from 34 yards out. Kewaunee went up 28-6 on a 50-yard bubble screen catch-and-run to Benjamin Heim.

In the second half Kewaunee scored two touchdowns, both in the fourth quarter. Jason Selner intercepted Marchant returning it to the Southern Door five. Ryan Carmichael snuck it in from a yard out. Severin scored again for Kewaunee with under 40 seconds to go. The final was 42-6.

Algoma runs past Gibraltar on 105.1 The Viking

Algoma's power running game proved to be too much for Gibraltar as the Wolves topped the Vikings 46-22 on 105.1 The Viking.


The two teams traded turnovers at the game's outset, but it was the Wolves that capitalized first when Brett Benesh followed his interception of Luke Steebs's first interception with a touchdown run. Steebs' second interception proved to be even more costly when Carter Zimmerman took a tipped pass for six to make 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. After Zimmerman scored a touchdown on the offensive side of the ball, the Vikings' Alex Laughlin scored on a 65-yard kickoff return. Jordan Deringer capped the first half scoring with a touchdown from 50-plus yards out to make it 30-6 at the break. Zimmerman and Deringer would each score a touchdown to start off the third quarter before the Vikings scored a pair of touchdowns on a Steebs scramble and a pass to Brandon Stillman.


The Wolves improve to 6-1 ahead of their road trip to face St. Mary Catholic. The 5-2 Vikings return to Fish Creek Friday night to face county rival Sevastopol on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.





Forcing turnovers key to Pioneer victory

The defense forcing turnovers was the key to the Sevastopol High School football team's victory over Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on 104.1 WRLU. It was a chilly night at Sevastopol High School and the Pioneers picked up a 42-14 victory. Caden Kacmarynski recovered a fumble in the first quarter and ran it in for a touchdown for the first turnover and score of the game. Tommy Giblin intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble in the first half. Alex Valdivia also intercepted a pass in the second quarter. Cesar Sandoval sealed the game in the fourth quarter with an interception for the fifth and final turnover.


Triston Beauchamp threw for two touchdowns to Spencer Evenson and also ran for one. Evenson would later run in a touchdown as well. Jack DeYoung came in at the end of the fourth quarter and threw a touchdown to Logan Beyer. 


It was the third victory in a row for the Pioneers after starting the season off 0-4. Sevastopol will try to make it four in a row next week when they travel north to Gibraltar. You can hear the Sevastopol broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and the Gibraltar call on 105.1 The Viking. Both games will be streamed on with the pregame shows starting at 6:30 PM and the kickoff at 7.


Soccer recap: Sturgeon Bay wins again

Capital Credit Union Park is becoming a friendly place for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team.


The Clippers beat Peshtigo 5-1 Thursday night, outscoring opponents 18-2 at the summer home of the Green Bay Booyah and Voyageurs.


A quick answer to a first-half goal gave Luxemburg-Casco a tie against Kaukauna.


Soccer action tonight includes Kewaunee playing NEW Lutheran at Green Bay East's City Stadium, and Sturgeon Bay playing at home against Wausau East.



Cross country recap: Southern Door, Kewaunee battles swampy Reedsville conditions

While other local teams were forced out of action, Southern Door and Kewaunee were able to find a course just dry enough to race on in Reedsville Thursday.


On the boys' side, Southern Door's Sam Dean was the top local finisher with a time of 18:40 in the 5K race. While the Eagles didn't have enough boys to score as a team, the Storm was able to take seventh.


For the girls, the Eagles' Lydiah LeCloux finished just ahead of the Storm's Elizabeth Lamack with both breaking the 23-minute barrier. The Storm took fifth while the Eagles took eighth.


Click on the team for their individual varsity results


Southern Door

Gibraltar battles Algoma on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to spoil another homecoming game Friday night when they travel to Algoma to play the Wolves in a matchup between two of the best eight-man football teams in the state. Both teams come into the game with just one blemish on their record after the Vikings won their homecoming game last week against Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 38-14. The Wolves were also successful, defeating Sturgeon Bay 52-10. The two teams have found success in different ways with the Vikings’ Luke Steebs and Alex Laughlin taking to the sky while the Wolves have used Carter Zimmerman and Brett Benesh to rule the ground. Gibraltar assistant coach Tom Sawyer is excited for the challenge.

Tim Kowols will have the call from Perry Field in Algoma beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. The game will be available on 105.1 The Viking via the radio and streams at,, and the mobile app.

Spartans host Denmark in homecoming game on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will host the Denmark Vikings in their homecoming game on Friday night.  The two rivals in the Northeastern Conference will battle on the gridiron after the parade in Luxemburg at 4:30 pm.  The Spartans (3-2, 3-3 overall) are coming off a 49-0 drubbing of Oconto Falls last week while Denmark fell to Freedom 26-13 at home.  Pregame is set for 6:30 pm and kickoff at 7 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM.  The game will also be streamed live at  


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from earlier this year) 

Sevastopol goes for third straight win on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol will try to continue their impressive turnaround to the season on Friday when they host Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas. After losing the first four games of the season, the Pioneers have won two in a row and have a chance to make it three. Lena/STA will be making their second Door County visit in two weeks after losing at Gibraltar 38-14 last week. They come in to game with an 0-6 record. Sevastopol is now 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the MONLPC.


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

Southern Door football hosts Kewaunee Friday

Southern Door High School football enters Friday's game at 3-3 needing a win over Kewaunee to remain in the chase for a postseason berth. The Eagles started slow losing their first two games of the year against Winneconne and Wausau East. The middle of the season has been a hot-and-cold stretch with easy victories sandwiching a blowout loss at Coleman. Working in the Eagles favor is the forfeit victory last week against Sturgeon Bay which acts as a de facto bye week. Southern Door has had 14 days to focus on the Storm.

Southern Door will rely on another big game from Nick Baudhuin on the ground. The Eagles defense will have to contend with a balanced Kewaunee offensive attack. Storm quarterback Ryan Carmichael can hand off to running back Owen Kudick or deliver passes to Max Hanrahan and Benjamin Heim. The Door County Medical Center pregame show starts at 6:30 with kickoff at 7 PM on More FM 102.1.


Road to state begins Friday for girls' golf

Girls' golf will have to worry about more than just their opponents when WIAA Regionals kicks off on Friday.


Course conditions forced Sturgeon Bay's originally scheduled regional meet at Mid-Vallee Golf Course in DePere to be moved to Friday morning at 9 a.m. Luxemburg-Casco will get to play on its home course for its regional as they host the tournament at Northbrook Golf Course beginning at 9 a.m.


The good news for golfers: the chance for rain is dramatically lower for Friday, though temperatures are not expected to get much higher than the mid-50s.

Door County United hits the road

After hosting its own meet on Tuesday, the Door County United swimming team find themselves on the road Thursday evening.


The United will face New London with first events beginning at 6 p.m. After tonight the swim team will have five more competitions scheduled, including next Thursday at Seymour.

Volleyball preview: Kewaunee hosts pink out game

Kewaunee volleyball takes its turn to support cancer research efforts to highlight Thursday's schedule of local games.


The Storm hosts Sturgeon Bay for the Pink Out game approximately a week after Gibraltar and Luxemburg-Casco held similar events. Other games scheduled for this evening at 7 p.m. include the Spartans hosting Waupaca in Luxemburg, Sevastopol traveling to face Oconto, Gibraltar playing at home against Algoma, and Southern Door making the trip to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.



Soccer preview: Teams dodging puddles

Local soccer teams may be playing on surfaces similar to slip and slides on Thursday due to the rain this week.


In the Northeastern Conference, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Kaukauna for a 7 p.m. tilt.


Packerland Conference action has Sturgeon Bay playing its third game at Ashwaubenon's Capital Credit Union Park when it plays Peshtigo at 4 p.m. During the same time frame Algoma will host NEW Lutheran. At 6:30 p.m. Kewaunee makes the trip to Fish Creek for a matchup against Gibraltar/Sevastopol. 

Cross country preview: Rain washes out local invite

The heavy rain in recent days forced Sturgeon Bay High School officials to cancel Thursday's cross country invitational at Crossroads at Big Creek.


It means Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol, and Gibraltar will have to wait for another day to race. Southern Door was listed on the schedule to race at the Sturgeon Bay Invitational, but also has an event scheduled for Reedsville on Thursday as well according to No word if the 4 p.m. slate of races has been canceled as well, which would affect cross country teams from Southern Door and Kewaunee.


Luxemburg-Casco's invitational in Pulaski has been canceled.


Click the link below for additional cross country coverage

Southern Door's Slezewski making his comeback


Sturgeon Bay soccer sweeps doubleheader

Sturgeon Bay High School soccer proved too much for Stockbridge in a doubleheader that took place at Booyah Stadium in Green Bay, winning 6-1 and 7-0. The games involved a make-up from a previous postponement due to weather.  

The boys return to the pitch on Thursday afternoon at 4:30 with the Clippers hosting Peshtigo. On Friday, Wausau East makes the trip to Sturgeon Bay.


Sturgeon Bay golfing on Wednesday

Sturgeon Bay Girls Varsity Golf is the only Packerland Conference team in action Wednesday for any sport. They are traveling to Mid-Vallee Golf Course in De Pere for regional action. Little Chute is the host school. Par at Mid-Vallee is 71 strokes. Sturgeon Bay , Oconto, and Bonduel are in the first wave. The second grouping is Freedom, Little Chute, and Oconto Falls. The last wave consists of Xavier, Denmark and Wrightstown.

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball routs Clintonville

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball dominated Tuesday night at home against Clintonville. The Truckers couldn't get out of first gear against the Spartans. L-C took the first set 25-8, and was even better in set two, 25-7. The last frame was more competitive but L-C came out on top 25-21. Grace Holschuh led the way offensively with nine kills and Holly Baierl added eight. Bekah Day chipped in 26 assists. On the defensive end All Routhieaux had 10 digs.

Sturgeon Bay volleyball sweeps NEW Lutheran

Sturgeon Bay volleyball dropped NEW Lutheran at home in straight sets. The two teams met last month at the Ashwaubenon Invitational with NEW Lutheran victorious then so the Clippers were able to get revenge Tuesday night. Sturgeon Bay took the first set 25-20, with the second and third sets tallying 25-13 each. 


Lauren Alger had 28 assists and three aces. Kasia Klotz added 7 kills plus five blocks defensively. Koko Hartzell was a Jill-of-all-trades on the floor tallying seven kills, three aces, and four blocks. Hailey DeGrave contributed eight kills.

Southern Door volleyball bedevils Oconto

Southern Door volleyball turned out to be the ones with a trick up their sleeve Tuesday night, downing the Oconto Blue Devils in five sets 25-19, 20-25, 21-25, 25-17, 15-5. The Eagles found momentum in the fourth frame and cruised in the deciding fifth set on their home court. Kendra Dantoin had 19 kills and four aces. Carissa Bartels chipped in 12 kills and Nicole Norton's 41 assists paced the Eagles offensively. Jackie Atkins led the team in digs with 33 and Dantoin had two blocks on defense.

Sevastopol volleyball falls in five sets

Coming off the big Algoma Invitational win last weekend, Sevastopol volleyball hoped to continue to build momentum. Unfortunately for the Pioneers, they fell in five sets Tuesday evening to Peshtigo 18-25, 26-24, 15-25, 25-19, 8-15. Sevastopol volleyball showed heart as they fought back all night before falling in the tiebreaking fifth set.

Mya Ploor was the leader offensively with 16 kills. Ploor was also a force on defense with 22 digs. Sasha Laaksonen served up 35 assists. On the front line Rebekah Andreae led the squad with eight blocks.


Nationals rally to eliminate Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers were able to get to All-Star Max Scherzer for three runs but they still fell in Washington Tuesday night in the National League Wild Card game. Milwaukee got two in the first thanks to a Yasmani Grandal home run. The Brewers tacked on one in the second from an Eric Thames bomb to centerfield and still held a 3-1 advantage late. Juan Soto hit a single to right field in the bottom of the eighth that went under the glove of Trent Grisham. Because of the fielding error, one of two Milwaukee had on the night, three runs scored on the single.  

Lorenzo Cain singled in the top of the ninth but the Crew could do no more. Milwaukee ended the season being swept in Colorado and losing the Wild Card matchup. All the games were on the road and several featured blown leads late.

Door County United hosts swim meet

The lanes will be full at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA Tuesday night as Door County United hosts Wittenberg-Birnamwood.


Door County United is coming off of a fourth place finish at its invitational over the weekend with Abi Schauske capturing silver in three events.


Swimmers begin entering the water at 6 p.m.

Kewaunee tennis battles Sheboygan Lutheran

Kewaunee tennis will look for its second win Tuesday when it battles Sheboygan Lutheran. 


The road match has the Storm looking for their second team victory of the year. The team is improving in the late stage of the season, capturing two match wins its last two meets against Kiel and Howards Grove after being shut out three straight times.


First serve is at 4 p.m.



Volleyball preview: Full Tuesday slate

All local volleyball teams will be in action Tuesday night.


In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco will play at home against Clintonville.


Packerland Conference action includes Kewaunee traveling at Algoma, Sevastopol hosting Peshtigo for Parent's Night, Southern Door playing at home against Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay battling NEW Lutheran. 


All matches begin at 7 p.m.

Soccer recap: Vikineers can't hold off Blazers

Gibraltar/Sevastopol scored first, but not often enough as it fell 4-2 to NEW Lutheran Monday night to highlight Monday's soccer slate. 


Ben Fitzgerald registered the first goal for the Vikineers but saw the slim lead slip away before half. Kiegen Sargent was able to earn the second tally of the match, but not before the Blazers were able to put the game away with three second-half goals. Hayden Hoffman had six saves in the loss for the Vikineers. The team is back in action Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. for a road tilt against Sturgeon Bay. As a result, the Clippers match against Stockbridge and the Vikineers game against Luxemburg-Casco have been postponed.


Kewaunee will play their rescheduled match against NEW Lutheran at 4 p.m. at home.

Brewers look to make second NLDS

The Milwaukee Brewers are a game away from making its second straight divisional series.


Standing in there way is the Washington Nationals, which won eight straight at the end of the season to capture the right to host tonight's wild card game. The Brewers closed out their season losing three street, but won 20 of 24 to pass several teams on their way to the playoffs.


First pitch is scheduled for 7:08 p.m. with the Nationals' Max Scherzer facing off against the Brewers' Brandon Woodruff.

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