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High school sports silent until Friday

High school sports fans will have to wait a few days before seeing their favorite athletes take to the court and mat this week.


A wintry weather system forced school officials to cancel Algoma's boys basketball game Monday night, leaving Friday as the next day where athletes will compete. Friday's slate includes five girls basketball and six boys basketball games. Two basketball games and three wrestling invitationals will be featured on Saturday.


Phoenix split Monday slate

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team scored a road upset at Northern Kentucky while the women's squad came up just short against Wright State in their games Monday.


In Highland Heights, Kentucky, the Phoenix men took advantage of a cold shooting Norse squad while being efficient offensively to win their first Horizon League game of the season 73-59. PJ Pipes scored a career-high 20 points in the win while Manny Patterson collected a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds. The men return home Friday to face UIC.


At the Kress Center in Green Bay, the Phoenix women went cold at the wrong time in its 70-58 loss to the Raiders. The Phoenix did not make a shot from the field in the final minutes of the game while the Raiders came back from a three-point deficit in the third quarter to take control of the game. Frankie Wurtz led the Phoenix with 13 points. The Phoenix are back in action Saturday against in-state rival Milwaukee.

Big quarter springs Bucks past Bulls

The Milwaukee Bucks outscored the Chicago Bulls 40-25 in the game's third quarter en route to a 123-102 road victory.


The Bulls defense simply could not slow down the Bucks offense, which knocked down 11 three pointers and connected on 54 percent of their shots. Khris Middleton led the Bucks with 25 points with Giannis Antetokounmpo close behind with 23 of his own. Four other players scored in double figures for the Bucks, including 14 points off the bench for Ersan Illyasova. Zach Lavine scored 19 in the loss for the Bulls. The Bucks are back in action New Year's Day night when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Algoma-Reedsville basketball game postponed

The Algoma Wolves boys basketball team will have to wait until the New Year to play another game.  The game at Reedsville scheduled for Monday night has been postponed due to the predicted bad weather and icy road conditions.  No makeup date has been announced at this time.  The Wolves' next scheduled game is Friday night at Peshtigo.


Algoma makes trip to Reedsville

The Algoma Wolves will get their first action of the holiday break on Monday when they play at Reedsville Monday night.


The Wolves are still in search of its first victory on the season after losing to Oconto 65-47. Carter Zimmermann has been a bright spot on the Wolves, leading the team in points (11.6 ppg), rebounds (8.2 rpg), and assists (2.4 apg). Reedsville comes into the game with a 3-3 record, blowing out Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 72-42 its last time out. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:15 p.m.

New coaches in L-C, Southwest match-up

The two teams may be very familiar with each other, but new faces are roaming the sidelines for Luxemburg-Casco and Green Bay Southwest.


The two teams have been frequent matchups in the past not just in regular season but in the playoffs. That was back when Erin Barkley roamed the sidelines for the Trojans and Jeff Jodar did the same for the Spartans. Now it is Taylor Schmidt for the Spartans and Berri West for the Trojans holding the reins for their respective teams. One constant the last three years has been Jaddan Simmons, who has been one of the state's best players and will continue her career at Arizona State next year. The Spartans will look to rebound from its loss to Clintonville over 10 days ago when it hosts the Trojans for a 7:15 p.m. tip. 

Wrestling round-up: Kewaunee's Severin, Southern Door's Englebert place

In addition to Luxemburg-Casco winning its division at the Bi-State Classic in LaCrosse, the area's three other wrestling teams competed at the On The Water Classic in Oshkosh.


Kewaunee's Jack Severin took fourth place at 126 pounds and Southern Door's Grant Englebert took 6th at 160 pounds to be the area's only place winners at the 50-plus team tournament. The Eagles were the top scoring team from the peninsula in the tournament, finishing in 45th place with 58 points. 


Click the links below for full-recaps from the tournaments from


Bi-State: Luxemburg-Casco

OTW: Southern Door, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol

Packers capture second seed

The Green Bay Packers ended up being just inches away from getting the top seed in the NFC Playoffs, but had to earn a tough 23-20 victory over the Detroit Lions before that could even be a possibility.


Much like their previous meeting, the Lions looked like the better team by jumping out to a two-touchdown lead thanks to a trick play ending with quarterback David Blough catching a pass and a Kerryon Johnson rush. Mason Crosby would get the Packers on the board with a field goal, but a couple of big plays for the Lions helped Matt Prater keep it a 14 point lead at the break. Aaron Rodgers broke out of his first-half funk with a third-quarter touchdown pass to Davante Adams before the Packers took control of the game in the fourth quarter. Crosby and Prater once again traded field goals before Rodgers found Allen Lazard from 28 yards out to tie the game at 20. After the Packers turned the Lions offense, Crosby was able to kick the game-winner from 33 yards out to clinch the first-round bye. A close call victory by the 49ers over the Seahawks cemented the Packers as the second seed and will now wait to play either the Saints, Eagles, or the Seahawks.

Phoenix back in action Monday

Both Green Bay Phoenix basketball teams will squeeze games before the New Year Monday night.


The Phoenix men will continue its first Horizon League road trip of the season when it plays at Northern Kentucky at 6 p.m. The Norse already took down one Wisconsin opponent this weekend when it beat Milwaukee 74-64. The Phoenix fell in its first game of the trip, losing to Wright State 90-84.


The Phoenix women will try to make it two in a row in the conference when it plays defending league champion Wright State at the Kress Center. The Lady Raiders lost to Milwaukee on Saturday 60-58 while the Phoenix knocked off the Norse 65-44. Tip off is at 7 p.m.

Packers battle Lions for seeding

The Green Bay Packers can earn a lot more than just a win against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.


A Saints loss or a Packers win give the Green and Gold a first-round bye to go along with its home game reward for being the NFC North champion. Throw a 49ers loss into the mix and the Packers could earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs in addition to its first round bye. The Lions are no push over despite them losing nine of their last ten games. It took a walk-off field goal by Mason Crosby to tip the Lions 23-22 at Lambeau in the teams' first meeting this year, which also snapped a four game losing streak for the Packers against their Detroit rivals.


Kick-off is set for noon.

L-C Wrestling finishes 5th overall in Bi-State Classic

Luxemburg-Casco Spartan wrestling successfully competed at the huge two-day Bi-State Classic in LaCrosse.  The Spartans finished with 222.5 points to finish fifth overall but first in Division II.  Lucas Joniaux and Reese Worachek placed first in their weight divisions.  The complete L-C individual and team results can be found below.


Bi-State Classic Results for Luxemburg-Casco


Easton Worachek (21-6) placed 10th and scored 23.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 won by fall over Joe Esser (Lancaster) 8-11 (Fall 1:39)

Champ. Round 2 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 won by fall over Justin McManus (Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee) 11-6 (Fall 1:10)

Champ. Round 3 - Robert `Tate` Flege (Aquinas) 15-2 won by decision over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 (Dec 4-0)

Cons. Round 4 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 won by fall over Ethan Eggert (Pulaski) 9-5 (Fall 1:52)

Cons. Round 5 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 won by fall over Gabriel Galang (Wausau West) 16-5 (Fall 4:23)

Cons. Round 6 - Parker Heintz (Lodi) 18-6 won in sudden victory - 1 over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 (SV-1 6-4)

Cons. Round 7 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 won by fall over Jonah Dennis (Riverdale) 17-7 (Fall 2:57)

9th Place Match - Carson Koss (Gale-Ett.-Tremp./Melrose-Mind.) 18-4 won by fall over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 21-6 (Fall 4:58)



Tyler Derenne (9-10) place is unknown and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ashton Kapla (Pulaski) 11-5 won by decision over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-10 (Dec 8-2)

Cons. Round 1 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-10 won by fall over Connor Docken (Adams-Friendship) 3-9 (Fall 1:35)

Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-10 won by fall over Tristan Jones (Dodgeville) 9-5 (Fall 4:05)

Cons. Round 3 - Matt Kinzel (Muskego) 10-8 won by fall over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-10 (Fall 3:36)



Hunter Joniaux (18-6) placed 9th and scored 25.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won by fall over Dalton Kehoe (Hillsboro) 4-6 (Fall 0:29)

Champ. Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won by fall over Brandon Ross (Caledonia/Houston) 14-3 (Fall 3:09)

Champ. Round 3 - Treyton Ackman (Spencer/Columbus Catholic) 21-2 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 (Fall 1:39)

Cons. Round 4 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won by fall over Bryce Duffy (La Crescent-Hokah) 6-2 (Fall 1:57)

Cons. Round 5 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won by fall over Ashton Miess (Riverdale) 16-5 (Fall 4:43)

Cons. Round 6 - Blaze Thurber (Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards) 14-4 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 (Fall 3:53)

Cons. Round 7 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won in sudden victory - 1 over Brandon Ross (Caledonia/Houston) 14-3 (SV-1 7-2)

9th Place Match - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-6 won by fall over Kolby Heinz (Waunakee) 19-4 (Fall 0:42)



Luke Shefchik (18-8) placed 10th and scored 19.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 won by decision over Treyton Starkey (Iowa-Grant/Highland) 13-8 (Dec 7-3)

Champ. Round 3 - Javon Taschuk (Stillwater) 17-4 won by tech fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 (TF-1.5 6:00 (18-2))

Cons. Round 4 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 won by decision over Eric Rehbein (Medford) 10-6 (Dec 6-2)

Cons. Round 5 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 won by fall over Drew Bergstedt (Eastview) 12-4 (Fall 2:20)

Cons. Round 6 - Evan Wolfe (West Salem/Bangor) 20-5 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 (Dec 1-0)

Cons. Round 7 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 won by fall over Treyton Starkey (Iowa-Grant/Highland) 13-8 (Fall 2:07)

9th Place Match - Branson Beers (Holmen) 15-7 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 18-8 (Dec 5-4)



Lucas Joniaux (26-3) placed 1st and scored 49.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 won by tech fall over Alex Stoychoff (Pulaski) 8-6 (TF-1.5 4:42 (16-0))

Champ. Round 3 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 won by fall over Zane Licht (Lodi) 17-5 (Fall 2:52)

Quarterfinal - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 won by fall over Alex Wintheiser (Muskego) 14-6 (Fall 1:21)

Semifinal - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 won by decision over Cale Anderson (Viroqua) 21-3 (Dec 8-4)

1st Place Match - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 26-3 won by fall over Joseph Penchi (Aquinas) 14-2 (Fall 4:50)



Ryan Routhieaux (17-8) place is unknown and scored 9.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 won by tech fall over Dylan Roen (Dodgeville) 3-10 (TF-1.5 4:32 (17-1))

Champ. Round 2 - Aiden Brosinski (De Soto) 14-2 won by decision over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 (Dec 6-3)

Cons. Round 2 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 won by major decision over Gustavo Cano Garnica (Orono) 4-9 (MD 15-3)

Cons. Round 3 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 won by fall over Andrew Winders (Iowa-Grant/Highland) 13-6 (Fall 2:08)

Cons. Round 4 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 won by decision over Matt Rogge (Prairie du Chien) 18-3 (Dec 6-0)

Cons. Round 5 - Maddox O`Reilly (Goodhue) 15-6 won by decision over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-8 (Dec 7-5)



Tristan Thiry (10-10) place is unknown and scored 3.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-10 won by decision over Isaac Allred (Winona/Winona Cotter) 7-4 (Dec 5-1)

Champ. Round 2 - Brice Bischof (Lakeville South) 15-3 won by fall over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-10 (Fall 1:02)

Cons. Round 2 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-10 won by decision over Josh Palamaruk (Royall) 9-10 (Dec 5-1)

Cons. Round 3 - Zach DeGroot (Aquinas) 14-2 won in sudden victory - 1 over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-10 (SV-1 5-3)



Ethan Jerabek (2-13) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Frankie Van Houten (Baraboo) 14-8 won by tech fall over Ethan Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-13 (TF-1.5 4:40 (15-0))

Cons. Round 1 - Ethan Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-13 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Ashton Roach (Royall) 9-6 won by fall over Ethan Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-13 (Fall 1:00)



Luke VanDonsel (6-10) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Noah Baumann (Wausau West) 14-7 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-10 (Fall 0:41)

Cons. Round 1 - Zachariah Hunter (Stillwater) 6-3 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-10 (Fall 1:43)



Reece Worachek (25-1) placed 1st and scored 46.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won by fall over Jacob Hlavac (Dodgeville) 0-3 (Fall 0:29)

Champ. Round 2 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won by fall over Dalton Hoehn (Mauston) 6-5 (Fall 0:50)

Champ. Round 3 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won by tech fall over Jacob Summers (Gale-Ett.-Tremp./Melrose-Mind.) 17-5 (TF-1.5 6:00 (16-1))

Quarterfinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won by major decision over Hank Gierke (Hudson) 17-6 (MD 12-0)

Semifinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won by decision over Alex Witt (Monroe) 21-4 (Dec 7-1)

1st Place Match - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 25-1 won in tie breaker - 1 over Trevor Dennee (Stratford) 22-1 (TB-1 3-1)



Joseph Chervenka (3-8) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Boudreau (Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards) 7-5 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-8 (Fall 4:10)

Cons. Round 1 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-8 received a bye () (Bye)

Cons. Round 2 - Hayden Jelienk (Richland Center) 11-7 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-8 (Fall 1:52)



Travis LeGrave (15-9) place is unknown and scored 8.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by fall over Victor Reyes (South Saint Paul) 2-3 (Fall 0:38)

Champ. Round 2 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 won by fall over Joey Behling (Mount Horeb) 8-4 (Fall 1:29)

Champ. Round 3 - AJ Karver (Chatfield) 6-4 won by injury default over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 (Inj. 0:25)

Cons. Round 4 - Ryan Muller (New Richmond) 6-8 won by medical forfeit over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-9 (M. For.)



Kyle Kroll (23-5) placed 3rd and scored 33.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 won by fall over Kaden Banks (Holmen) 1-4 (Fall 1:56)

Champ. Round 3 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 won by decision over Jonah Marchwick (Ithaca/Weston) 10-4 (Dec 7-4)

Quarterfinal - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 won by decision over Bodie Minder (Monroe) 18-2 (Dec 4-1)

Semifinal - Alec Francis (Caledonia/Houston) 14-2 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 (Dec 1-0)

Cons. Semi - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 won by decision over Dawson Wilmot (Riverdale) 18-8 (Dec 4-1)

3rd Place Match - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-5 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Bodie Minder (Monroe) 18-2 (UTB 3-1)


Division 2 Team Scores
1 Luxemburg-Casco 222.5
2 Prairie du Chien 213.5
3 Gale-Ett.-Tremp./Melrose-Mind. 194.5
4 Medford 162.0
5 Portage 160.5
6 Caledonia/Houston 131.5
7 Zumbrota-Mazeppa 125.0
8 Oconto Falls 113.5
9 Lodi 113.0
9 Monroe 113.0 @ LaCrosse Center Arena

Bucks defeat Magic 111-110

Despite playing without Giannis Antetokounmpo for the second night in a row, the Milwaukee Bucks used balanced scoring and a fourth quarter spurt to put away the Orlando Magic 111-100 Saturday night at Fiserv Forum.  The Bucks led by as much as 19 points in the first half and saw the lead dwindle to just two points in the third quarter.  That's when Ersan Ilyasova hit key shots and the Bucks pulled away for a comfortable win.  Ilyasova scored 17 points, hitting 5/6 three-point shots, and added 14 rebounds to help fill the void of the Bucks missing two of their top players.  Khris Middleton led the Bucks (29-5)  in scoring with 21 points while Robin Lopez and George HIll added 17 as well.

Phoenix men fall to Wright State 90-84

The U.W.-Green Bay men's basketball team could not outgun the Wright State Raiders Saturday in a 90-84 shootout at the Nutter Center.  The Phoenix (5-9) battled all game long and even led by five points with five minutes to go, but could not hang on for the upset.  Wright State (11-3) was led by Loudon Love who scored 22 points.  Amari Davis paced the Phoenix with 18 points.    

Lady Phoenix defeat Northern Kentucky 65-44

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix Women's basketball team overpowered the Northern Kentucky University Norse 65-44 at the Kress Center Saturday afternoon.  The Phoenix took a commanding 47-13 lead into halftime and never looked back.  Madison Wolf scored 12 points to pace U.W.G.B. while Ally Niece led NKU with nine points.  Green Bay (1-0, 6-7 overall) broke a four game losing steak and will now host Wright State Monday night.

Badgers basketball trounces Tennessee

The Wisconsin Badgers Men Basketball team overwhelmed the Tennessee Volunteers Saturday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena 69-48.  Holding the Vols to just 35 percent in shooting and hitting 11 three-pointers, the Badgers cruised to a big non-conference victory before turning their attention to the Big Ten schedule in the New Year.  Wisconsin (7-5) were led by D'Mitrik Trice with 21 points and Brevin Pritzl added 17 off the bench.  

Basketball games scheduled for Saturday

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys basketball team has amended its schedule and will be taking on Two Rivers Saturday afternoon beginning at 3 PM. The game was originally slated for January 30th. Two Rivers is no stranger to the Packerland, having played Kewaunee and Algoma to open up the season. They are 3-4 so far. Sturgeon Bay is 2-2. The Clippers' last time out was a gritty loss against Milwaukee South. Neither team scored 40 points. 

In girls action, Two Rivers again matches up against the Packerland. They host Algoma. The Wolves are 2-5.


On The Water Classic this weekend

Oshkosh has been hosting the On The Water Classic in boys wrestling since 1990. It continues to grow with almost 60 teams competing this year. That includes Southern Door, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay all in action. With Friday’s results complete, Southern Door is faring the best among area squads with a team total of 46 points. Kewaunee has 34 and the Clippers 5. Coleman leads with 232. 

One Southern Door wrestler remains after five rounds. Grant Englebert is alive in the 160-pound weight class after defeating Bonduel’s Moises Lagunes by major decision, 14-4, in his last match on Friday. Englebert looks to continue to advance in the consolation round Saturday.

Kewaunee’s Jack Severin was defeated in the quarterfinals at 126 pounds by Manitowoc Lutheran’s Jordan Craft. Mitchell Thompson is finding success in the consolation bracket at 145 pounds.


Sevastopol boys to play in Lena consolation game

The Sevastopol High School boys basketball team is competing in a tournament in Lena this weekend. The first round was Friday with the Pioneers being edged by Stockbridge 66-61. That drops Sevastopol to 0-4 on the season. They will play again Saturday in the consolation game against the host school. 

The Panthers are also winless on the season at 0-6 meaning the matchup represents Sevastopol’s best chance, to date, to break into the win column. Lena lost to the fourth team in the tournament, Valley Christian, by a healthy 70-48 margin. Tipoff is at 4 PM.


Kewaunee boys flip the script

The Kewaunee High School boys basketball team has had two nonconference losses this season by a combined six points. Friday night, it was the Storm picking up a win in a close contest outside of the Packerland when they defeated Denmark 63-59. 

The Vikings have played some familiar opponents this year including Marinette and Southern Door, winning both of those games. The result would suggest the January 21st showdown in Brussels between the Storm and Eagles has a legitimate chance at deciding the conference’s regular season champion. Kewaunee’s next game is Friday, January 3rd against NEW Lutheran.


Sheboygan Falls too much for Eagles

The Southern Door High School boys basketball team looked to make a statement in non-conference play on Saturday, but things did not go as planned. The Eagles were dropped by Sheboygan Falls, 75-40. The loss snaps a five-game winning streak for Southern Door. It was the Falcon’s sixth consecutive victory. 

Sheboygan Falls was successful at keeping Ryan Claflin in check. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay commit was held to 13 points. Jack Peterson added 10 for the Eagles. Sheboygan Falls had a balanced attack. Jamison Nicklaus led the Falcons with 14 and four others had at least nine points.


Phoenix play rare Saturday-Monday slate

The Green Bay Phoenix men and women's basketball teams will escape their usual Thursday/Saturday routine with games this weekend as they open Horizon League play.


The two squad will actually play Saturday and Monday, with the women hosting a pair of matchups and the men playing their games on the road. The Phoenix women open their Horizon League slate with two teams that have given them fits in recent years with Northern Kentucky coming to Kress Center on Saturday afternoon at 1 and defending champion Wright State playing on Monday at 7 p.m. The men will play the same teams but in reverse of the women, playing at Wright State at 1 p.m. Saturday and Northern Kentucky on Monday at 6 p.m. Both teams could use a positive start in conference play to build their potential NCAA Tournament resumes. Both teams posted losing non-conference records, a first for the women in over 20 years.

Wrestling preview: Local teams head far for tournaments

All four local wrestling teams had long road trips before reaching their weekend destination for tournaments.


Luxemburg-Casco headed west for its appearance at the Bi-State Center at the LaCrosse Center. According to brackets already released at, Luke Shefchik, Kyle Kroll, and Lucas Joniaux have already received byes to the second round pending Friday morning's weigh-ins. The first session begins at 9 a.m.


Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and Southern Door wrestlers will all spend their final weekend of 2019 in Oshkosh for the Lourdes Academy On the Water Classic. No brackets have been released prior to the Friday morning weigh-in, which will be followed with wrestling action at 9 a.m.

Sturgeon Bay girls basketball takes holiday road trup

The sole local girls' basketball game takes Sturgeon Bay out on the road.


The Clippers will head to Chilton for a 12:30 p.m. matinee at the Tiger's old high school site. The team hopes its game will even their season mark at 5-5 after beating Sevastopol 39-35 its last game out prior to the holidays. The Tigers are looking for their first win of the season, losing 57-16 to Brillion last Friday.

Boys' basketball preview: Packerland back in action

Local teams in the Packerland Conference return to action Friday night after their break for the holidays.


Sevastopol makes its annual trip to Lena for a holiday basketball tournament against the host school, Stockbridge, and Valley Christian with the first action beginning at 5 p.m. Slated for 7:30 p.m. starts, Kewaunee hosts Denmark while Southern Door travels to Sheboygan Falls.

Sevastopol record board needs your help

Depending on your memory, you can help update the Sevastopol girls' track record board.


The Sevastopol School District will be posting a new hallway display case in the near future, but it is asking for help when it comes to the years the records were broken. You can contact the school if you have any information on these record holders. One is easy though, Zoe Kuehn broke the mark for the triple-jump this spring, You can read more about that experience when it happened here.



L-C grapplers prepare for Bi-State Classic

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team is preparing for one of its biggest tournaments of the year this weekend in LaCrosse.


Over 60 teams from Wisconsin and Minnesota will make final preparations Thursday by calling in their final rosters for the weekends and getting one last work out in before they weigh-in at 7:45 a.m. Friday morning. The Spartans have had success in this tournament in recent years with seven straight top-two finishes in DIvision 2 including team championships in 2012 and 2014. 2017, and 2018. Last year, Nathan Ronsman (152) won his bracket while four others placed.

Bucks can't stop Sixers shooting

The Philadephia 76ers hit 21-three point shots en route to a 121-109 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Christmas Day.


The Sixers had five players knock down at least three three-point shots, including the team's leading scorer Joel Embiid, who had 31 points. He was matched by the Bucks' leading scorer Khris Middleton, who drilled five three-point shots of his own in the loss. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a rare off night despite getting a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Antetokounmpo only connected on eight of his 27 shots, including missing on all seven of his three-point attempts. 


The Bucks will try to start a new winning streak on Friday when it travels to Atlanta to face the Hawks.

Southern Door boys, Kewaunee girls sit atop Packerland leaders

It is early, but the Southern Door boys and Kewaunee girls are off to a good start to earning consecutive Packerland Conference basketball crowns.


On the boys side, the Eagles are a perfect 4-0 while Kewaunee is undefeated as well sitting at 3-0. Sturgeon Bay sits in third place with a 2-1 record and Gibraltar are in seventh with a 1-2 mark. Sevastopol and Algoma sit at the bottom of the conference with both teams looking for their first win of the season.


The Kewaunee girls share the top spot with Peshtigo with 3-0 records while Southern Door is close behind in third place with a 2-1 record. Sturgeon Bay is tied for fourth place with NEW Lutheran thanks to a 3-2 record while Gibraltar sits underneath them at 1-2. Algoma is one game above Sevastopol with a 1-4 record.


*Records are based on conference play

Bonus points huge for Southern Door wrestlers

Southern Door wrestlers are not joking around when it comes to getting wins on the mat this season. The Eagles pinned their way through Bay Port in defeat and did no worse than a couple of technical falls in its win against Gillett/Suring. At last Saturday’s Kewaunee Invitational, 18 of the team’s 21 wins came with extra points thanks to winning by 10 or more points or in 16 cases, by pins. Head coach Jerry Englebert says they have been working hard on getting the most out of their matches.

The Eagles will join Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol and Kewaunee in Oshkosh this weekend for the Lourdes Academy On the Water Invitational.

Bucks celebrate Christmas in Philly

The Milwaukee Bucks hope to unwrap a victory this afternoon against the Philadelphia 76ers. 


The Bucks have won three games since they saw their streak break last week while the 76ers have split their last six games out. Giannis Antetokounmpo finds himself among the leaders in two categories including second in points and sixth in rebounding, The 76ers hope their starting five can catch a spark behind the talented trip of Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, and Al Horford.


The Bucks are 3-2 in Christmas Day games and hope to add to that win total when they tip off at 1:30 p.m.  

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol excited for Denamur's return

On a young wrestling team like Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, it is always great to have some experience in the room. The team got just that this year when junior Ben Denamur returned to the mat a few weeks ago after injuries eliminated his sophomore campaign. Denamur already has three tournaments under his belt with the high water mark being a fourth-place finish at the Brillion Invitational a few weeks ago. Head coach Trevor Hasenjager says it is great seeing Denamur back.

Denamur and the Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling team will follow the likes of Kewaunee and Southern Door to Oshkosh this weekend for the Lourdes Academy’s On The Water Invitational.

Packers run the North

The Green Bay Packers have clinched a home playoff game and can still get a first-round bye after its NFC North-clinching 23-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings Monday night.


The Packers could have had an even bigger offensive night if it wasn't for three costly turnovers that gave the Vikings excellent field position for their two scores on the evening. The two teams traded field goals in the first quarter before Stefon Diggs reached the endzone on a Kirk Cousins pass to make it 10-3. The Packers would kick two more field goals to make it a one-point game at the half. The final two scores of the game came thanks to the legs of Aaron Jones who scampered for a 12-yard touchdown in the third quarter and one from 56 yards to put the game out of reach. Jones rushed for 156 yards while Aaron Rodgers threw for 216 yards and an interception.


The Packers will play their final game of the season Sunday in Detroit against the Lions with a chance for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs a possibility. 

Boys DCU win first meet

The Door County United Swim Team comprised of swimmers from Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay won their first conference swim meet.  They swam against Two Rivers / Roncalli and the Brillion, Valders, Chilton co-op at the Chilton Middle School.  Door County swimmers won all but two events. 


The DCU will take the rest of the holidays off from competition before hitting the pool January 11th at the Sheboygan North Invitational.


Picture submitted
Front Row: Jesper Johnson, Cole Albertson, Conner Thompson, James Pollock
Back Row: Coach Jeff Norton, Ella Wienke, Sam Dean, Luke Bousley, Brock Aune, Ethan Almstadt, Drew Rass, Jacob Norton, Stella Serafico

Southern Door youth wrestlers successful in Shawano

The high school kids were not the only ones to hit the mat this weekend. Several Southern Door youth wrestlers competed at the Shawano Youth Holiday Classic on Sunday.  Earning the top spot on the podium was Jonah LeFevre and Austin Ferron, each going undefeated with 4-0 record!  Other results were:

2nd Place - Flynn Jeanquart, Brennan Baun, Jackson Krueger

3rd Place - Colton Valley 

4th Place - Payton Jeanquart, Clark LeFevre

5th Place - Logan Motquin 



Bucks secure win against Pacers

Giannis Antetokounmpo just missed getting a triple-double in the Milwaukee Bucks' 117-89 win over the Indiana Pacers Sunday night at Fiserv Forum.


Antetokoumpo was just an assist short of the feat, scoring 18 points and collecting 19 rebounds in the win. Wesley Matthews led the Bucks the scoring with 19 points while Khris Middleton, Brook Lopez. George Hill, and Robin Lopez also scored in double-figures. While the game was tight in the first half with the two teams trading leads, the Bucks outscored the Pacers 58-34 after the break to earn its third straight victory.


The Bucks will now wait until Christmas Day in Philadelphia to unwrap its next game, a 1:30 p.m. tilt against the 76ers.

Slow week for high school sports

The schedule is pretty bare for local high school teams outside of practice time in some cases due to the Christmas holiday.


The wrestling team is the only Luxemburg-Casco team in action this week as they head to LaCrosse on Friday for the Bi-State Tournament featuring some of the best teams in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and Kewaunee wrestling teams will also be in action, but at UW-Oshkosh for the On The Water Tournament hosted by Lourdes Academy.


Hoops fans will have to wait until Friday for their action as well as the Sturgeon Bay girls play 12:30 matinee Friday at Chilton. Boys' basketball fans can head to Lena for a holiday tournament featuring Sevastopol or wait until 7:30 p.m. for a Southern Door road game at Sheboygan Falls Kewaunee playing at home against Denmark.

Packers search for NFC crown in Minneapolis

The Green Bay Packers could clinch its first NFC North crown since 2016 with a win tonight against Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis.


Both teams enter the contest winners of four of their last five with the pair battling for a home game in the playoffs. The Packers won the teams' previous matchup at Lambeau Field, a 21-16 decision that saw Aaron Jones rush for over 110 yards and a score while Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdowns.


The game is set to kickoff at 7:15 p.m.



Wrestling Recap: Four local wrestlers take Kewaunee Invite titles

Kewaunee and Southern Door each had wrestlers stand atop the podium during Saturday's Kewaunee Invitational.


For the second place Storm, Jack Severin (126), Logan Steinhorst (132), and Jason Reinke (195) each went 5-0 on the day to win their weight classes. The team also had four other wrestlers finish in the top three. Fourth-place Southern Door had Grant Englebert win the 160 pound weight class, pinning three of his four opponents. The Eagles had four others place in the top three.


You can click the links below for the complete recaps of each team


Southern Door

Spartan Wrestling finishes 15th in Minnesota Christmas Tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco Wrestling squad sent a full complement of 12 wrestlers out-of-state to wrestle in the Minnesota Christmas Tournament in Rochester, Minnesota.  41 teams from around the Midwest completed in the tourney.  The Spartans finished 15th as a team in the two-day tournament. 


The complete individual results are listed below.

Minnesota Christmas Tournament Results for Luxemburg-Casco


Easton Worachek (13-3) place is unknown and scored 10.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-3 won by fall over Peyton Erickson (Hastings) 3-4 (Fall 1:06)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Jeremiah Vanacker (Forest Lake) 9-3 won by fall over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-3 (Fall 3:35)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-3 won by fall over Cody Zitzmann (Shakopee) 14-6 (Fall 1:46)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-3 won by fall over Ethan Sylvester (Totino-Grace) 9-7 (Fall 3:53)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Zach Tracy (Scott West) 8-3 won by fall over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-3 (Fall 1:44)


Tyler Derenne (4-8) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Andrew Torres (Waconia) 11-8 won by major decision over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-8 (MD 10-2)
  • Cons. Round 1 - Carter Wothe (Cambridge-Isanti) 7-5 won by major decision over Tyler Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-8 (MD 11-1)


Ty Paider (4-9) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Joel Mylin (Aurora (A. Christian)) 14-4 won by tech fall over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-9 (TF-1.5 2:00 (16-0))
  • Cons. Round 1 - Carter Whalen (Mounds View) 3-8 won by fall over Ty Paider (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-9 (Fall 3:54)


Hunter Joniaux (9-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-4 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Bradee Dwinell (Waconia) 13-6 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-4 (Fall 1:30)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-4 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Aiden Han-Lindemyer (Farmington) 9-9 won by fall over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-4 (Fall 1:19)


Luke Shefchik (9-5) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-5 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-5 won in sudden victory - 1 over Aiden Erickson (Hastings) 11-7 (SV-1 4-2)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Reid Ballantyne (Stillwater) 12-1 won by fall over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-5 (Fall 1:42)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Nick Lattery (Coon Rapids) 12-9 won by decision over Luke Shefchik (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-5 (Dec 8-1)


Lucas Joniaux (16-3) placed 6th and scored 14.5 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by tech fall over Treytin Byers (Cambridge-Isanti) 7-4 (TF-1.5 4:38 (15-0))
  • Champ. Round 3 - Bam West (Edmond Memorial) 6-1 won by decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 (Dec 15-11)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by decision over Seth Bakken (Shakopee) 9-6 (Dec 5-0)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by decision over Cooper Hofschulte (Plainview-Elgin-Millville) 6-4 (Dec 8-4)
  • Cons. Round 6 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by major decision over Charlie Stuhl (Ellsworth) 12-2 (MD 9-0)
  • Cons. Round 7 - Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 won by major decision over John Kendall (Hastings) 15-7 (MD 12-2)
  • Cons. Semi - Nick Novak (New Prague) 11-2 won by decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 (Dec 7-0)
  • 5th Place Match - Noah Villarreal (Aurora (A. Christian)) 15-3 won by major decision over Lucas Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 16-3 (MD 11-2)


Ryan Routhieaux (9-6) place is unknown and scored 7.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-6 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-6 won by fall over Carter Bornholdt (New Prague) 4-5 (Fall 3:09)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Luke Peterson (Farmington) 12-2 won by fall over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-6 (Fall 2:39)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-6 won by decision over Kael Lamb (Plainview-Elgin-Millville) 5-6 (Dec 2-0)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Riley Quern (Shakopee) 15-6 won by decision over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 9-6 (Dec 4-1)


Tristan Thiry (6-7) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Carter Vetsch (Holmen) 14-3 won by major decision over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 (MD 14-0)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Caleb Brandenburg (Anoka) 10-6 won by decision over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-7 (Dec 9-3)


Reece Worachek (15-1) placed 2nd and scored 26.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 won by fall over Ethan Stockwell (Owatonna) 3-6 (Fall 3:16)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 won by fall over J Roc Solheim (Mounds View) 5-8 (Fall 1:36)
  • Quarterfinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 won by decision over Nathan Trio (Maple River) 13-4 (Dec 6-1)
  • Semifinal - Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Gavin Nelson (Simley) 13-1 (UTB 3-2)
  • 1st Place Match - Patrick Kennedy (Kasson-Mantorville) 5-0 won by tech fall over Reece Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 15-1 (TF-1.5 3:43 (18-3))


Joseph Chervenka (2-5) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-5 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Justin Tverberg (Hastings) 9-4 won by major decision over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-5 (MD 13-3)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-5 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Quincey Price (Owatonna) 9-6 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-5 (Fall 4:22)


Travis LeGrave (10-7) placed 8th and scored 12.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 won by fall over Jonas Pearson (Lakeville South) 3-7 (Fall 0:59)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 won by fall over Hunter Struffert (Scott West) 10-3 (Fall 5:03)
  • Quarterfinal - Angel Jaimes (Aurora (A. Christian)) 11-4 won by fall over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Fall 5:12)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 won by fall over Owen Bradford (Kasson-Mantorville) 3-2 (Fall 2:02)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Hunter Struffert (Scott West) 10-3 won by fall over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Fall 4:39)
  • 7th Place Match - Pedro Castillo (Forest Lake) 12-3 won by decision over Travis LeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 10-7 (Dec 8-7)


Kyle Kroll (14-4) placed 7th and scored 11.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 won by fall over Kaden Banks (Holmen) 0-2 (Fall 0:23)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Tyler Nebelung (Anoka) 15-3 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 (Dec 3-1)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 won by fall over Andrew Keeler (Farmington) 8-3 (Fall 2:45)
  • Cons. Round 3 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 won by decision over Marik Dickson (Wahlert, Dubuque) 7-2 (Dec 5-2)
  • Cons. Round 4 - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 won by decision over Isaiah Noeldner (Owatonna) 6-3 (Dec 10-8)
  • Cons. Round 5 - Tyler Nebelung (Anoka) 15-3 won by decision over Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 (Dec 3-2)
  • 7th Place Match - Kyle Kroll (Luxemburg-Casco) 14-4 won in the ultimate tie breaker over Dylan Nirk (Westfield Razorbacks) 12-4 (UTB 2-2)


Luxmeburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol results from Willard Schmidt Scramble

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol Wrestling teams were two of the 16 schools participating in the annual Willard Schmidt Scramble at Preble High School in Green Bay Saturday.  Seven wrestlers from L-C  competed while five from Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestled.  The Spartans finished 15th while Sturgeon Bay/Sevatopol was 16th in the team scramble.  L-C sent their varsity squad to Minnesota for a weekend tournament ( see other story).  You can find the individual match results from the Willard Schmidt Scramble below.


Willard Schmidt Scramble Results for Luxemburg-Casco


George Herlache (2-3) placed 10th and scored 17.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Mitchell Kopish (Green Bay Preble) 13-6 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:41)
  • Round 2 - Zach Presley (Adams-Friendship) 8-7 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:25)
  • Round 3 - George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over James Helm (Lomira) 3-14 (Fall 1:27)
  • Consolation Bracket - George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by decision over Ricardo Aguado (Green Bay Preble) 3-8 (Dec 19-14)
  • 9th Place Match - Gavin Coshenet (Winneconne) 10-7 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:20)


Jacob DeGrave (2-3) placed 11th and scored 14.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Carson Smith (Kaukauna) 7-3 won by fall over Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:32)
  • Round 2 - Jose Retana (Lakeland) 9-7 won by fall over Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:58)
  • Round 3 - Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 2:41)
  • Consolation Bracket - Ryker Crooks (West DePere) 2-8 won by fall over Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 3:22)
  • 11th Place Match - Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by decision over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Dec 9-6)


Sebastian Sauter (1-4) placed 12th and scored 12.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Teaken Leon (Kaukauna) 4-1 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 1-4 (Fall 2:59)
  • Round 2 - Kyle Wiseman (Adams-Friendship) 12-3 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 1-4 (Fall 0:37)
  • Round 3 - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 1-4 won by fall over Vinn Ahrens (Kimberly) 1-4 (Fall 3:07)
  • Consolation Bracket - Gregory Turney (Menominee Indian) 5-11 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 1-4 (Fall 3:56)
  • 11th Place Match - Dane LaCombe (Green Bay Preble) 3-8 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 1-4 (Fall 0:43)


Sam Peterson (2-3) placed 8th and scored 22.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Sam Peterson (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Brandon Ott (Kaukauna) 2-3 (Fall 3:27)
  • Round 2 - Malaki Hill (West DePere) 7-3 won by fall over Sam Peterson (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 2:00)
  • Round 3 - Sam Peterson (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Consolation Bracket - Isaac Birschbach (Winneconne) 6-10 won by injury default over Sam Peterson (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Inj. 0:00)
  • 7th Place Match - Logan Bee (Eau Claire Memorial) 4-8 won by injury default over Sam Peterson (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Inj. 0:00)


Luke VanDonsel (6-8) placed 8th and scored 22.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 won by fall over Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:02)
  • Round 2 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Round 3 - Quinton Schuyler Jr. (West DePere) 14-1 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 (Fall 2:34)
  • Consolation Bracket - Josh Deblaey (Green Bay Preble) 10-8 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 (Fall 1:17)
  • 7th Place Match - Henry Evenhouse (Lakeland) 9-7 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 (Fall 1:22)


Collin Schroeder (2-3) placed 10th.

  • Round 1 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 6-8 won by fall over Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:02)
  • Round 2 - Quinton Schuyler Jr. (West DePere) 14-1 won by fall over Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 0:53)
  • Round 3 - Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Consolation Bracket - Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Keeden Means (Menominee Indian) 1-4 (Fall 2:13)
  • 9th Place Match - Spencer Francois (West DePere) 8-7 won by fall over Collin Schroeder (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 5:09)


Aden Weber (2-3) placed 8th and scored 22.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Round 2 - Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Round 3 - Zach Pust (Lomira) 7-7 won by fall over Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 1:27)
  • Consolation Bracket - Kenji Xiong (Kimberly) 4-1 won by fall over Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Fall 2:16)
  • 7th Place Match - Logan Johnson (Winneconne) 6-11 won by decision over Aden Weber (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 (Dec 5-2)


Willard Schmidt Scramble Results for Sturgeon Bay


Wyatt Coburn (6-5) placed 9th and scored 23.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Judah Hammen (Kaukauna) 4-1 won by tech fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 6-5 (TF-1.5 3:42 (15-0))
  • Round 2 - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 6-5 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Round 3 - Caleb Meunier (Winneconne) 16-1 won by fall over Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 6-5 (Fall 2:26)
  • Consolation Bracket - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 6-5 received a bye () (Bye)
  • 9th Place Match - Wyatt Coburn (Sturgeon Bay) 6-5 won by fall over Kenshin Lor (Green Bay Preble) 2-3 (Fall 1:46)


Ben Denamur (7-10) placed 8th and scored 18.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Ben Denamur (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 won in overtime over Ricardo Aguado (Green Bay Preble) 3-8 (OT 5-2)
  • Round 2 - Crespin Wesley (Sheboygan South) 3-2 won by major decision over Ben Denamur (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (MD 11-3)
  • Round 3 - Ben Denamur (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 won by decision over Joe Perez (Menominee Indian) 8-6 (Dec 10-4)
  • Consolation Bracket - Zach Presley (Adams-Friendship) 8-7 won by fall over Ben Denamur (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 1:10)
  • 7th Place Match - Preston Zirpel (Kimberly) 6-5 won by fall over Ben Denamur (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 1:02)


Austin Marquardt (2-3) placed 13th.

  • Round 1 - Jose Retana (Lakeland) 9-7 won by fall over Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 2:57)
  • Round 2 - Carson Smith (Kaukauna) 7-3 won by fall over Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 1:15)
  • Round 3 - Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by fall over Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 2:41)
  • Consolation Bracket - Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 won by fall over Hudson Stevens (Kimberly) 0-5 (Fall 4:30)
  • 13th Place Match - Austin Marquardt (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 won by fall over Tate Zhuckohosee (Menominee Indian) 5-8 (Fall 2:39)


David Condra (7-10) placed 12th and scored 12.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 won by fall over Nick Vang (Sheboygan South) 1-4 (Fall 0:58)
  • Round 2 - Chase VanderWeyst (Kaukauna) 4-1 won by tech fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (TF-1.5 3:26 (18-1))
  • Round 3 - Collin Derenne (Green Bay Preble) 11-4 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 0:41)
  • Consolation Bracket - Brady Deal (Green Bay Preble) 4-1 won by fall over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 5:09)
  • 11th Place Match - Jacob DeGrave (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-3 won by decision over David Condra (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Dec 9-6)


Kellen Hacht (7-10) placed 8th and scored 22.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Kellen Hacht (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 won by fall over Dane LaCombe (Green Bay Preble) 3-8 (Fall 3:26)
  • Round 2 - Kellen Hacht (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 won by fall over Janelle Sandoval (Sheboygan South) 1-4 (Fall 2:40)
  • Round 3 - Tony Jopek (Crivitz) 13-4 won by fall over Kellen Hacht (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 2:47)
  • Consolation Bracket - Hunter Champeau (Kaukauna) 3-2 won by fall over Kellen Hacht (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 0:45)
  • 7th Place Match - Emmeric Hanke (Winneconne) 7-10 won by fall over Kellen Hacht (Sturgeon Bay) 7-10 (Fall 2:58)


Nicholas West (7-9) placed 4th and scored 31.0 team points.

  • Round 1 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 7-9 won by fall over Austin Jones (Sheboygan South) 2-3 (Fall 0:29)
  • Round 2 - Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 7-9 won by fall over Sebastian Billington (Adams-Friendship) 4-1 (Fall 1:34)
  • Round 3 - Asenex Turney (Menominee Indian) 10-6 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 7-9 (Fall 2:29)
  • Championship Bracket - Jared Neill (Lomira) 16-1 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 7-9 (Fall 1:02)
  • 3rd Place Match - Mitchell Braun (Winneconne) 10-5 won by fall over Nicholas West (Sturgeon Bay) 7-9 (Fall 0:43)


Ben Roman (2-3) placed 8th.

  • Round 1 - Ben Roman (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 won by decision over Zach Bell (Ozaukee) 1-4 (Dec 3-2)
  • Round 2 - Jared Neill (Lomira) 16-1 won by fall over Ben Roman (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 3:21)
  • Round 3 - Ben Roman (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Consolation Bracket - Asenex Turney (Menominee Indian) 10-6 won by decision over Ben Roman (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Dec 5-0)
  • 7th Place Match - Sam Pickett (Eau Claire Memorial) 6-8 won by fall over Ben Roman (Sturgeon Bay) 2-3 (Fall 1:55)

Bucks cruise to easy 123-102 win over Knicks

The Milwaukee Bucks hit jumped out to a 23-6 lead Saturday night and cruised to an easy 123-102 win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.  The Bucks hit 18 three-pointers and held the Knicks to 40 percent shooting on their way to winning their 20th game in the last 22.  Khris Middleton led the way with 23 points while Giannis Antetokounmpo had a triple-double with 22 points, 10 assists, and 11 rebounds.  Julius Randle finished with 20 points for the Knicks who fell to a second-worst 7-23 record in the Eastern Conference.  Milwaukee (26-4) have the best record in the NBA and will now return home to play the Indiana Pacers Sunday night.  

Badgers whip Panthers 83-64

The University of Wisconsin Men's basketball team defeated inter-state foe U.W.-Milwaukee Saturday afternoon in Madison 83-64.  The Badgers turned a close 43-41 game after one half into a comfortable win at the Kohl Center.  D'Mitrik Trice led the Badgers with 31 points on 11-14 in shooting.  Nate Reuvers added 22 points and Micah Potter scored 12 in his first game with U.W. after transferring from Ohio State.  Wisconsin (6-5) will now play at Tennessee next Saturday before the Big Ten schedule begins in January.     

Southern Door boys fly by New Holstein 64-42

The Southern Door Eagles rolled to a 64-42 non-conference home win over the New Holstein Huskies on Saturday afternoon.  The Eagles jumped out to a 32-13 lead in the first half and cruised to their fifth consecutive victory.  Ryan Claflin led the Eagles with 18 points and Alex Daoust added 13 more.  No New Holstein player scored in double digits as the Eagles' defense shut down the Huskies' offense most of the afternoon,  Southern Door (3-1) will now travel to play the Sheboygan Falls Falcons next Friday in a non-conference game. 

L-C boys cage Oconto falls

The Luxemburg-Casco High School boys basketball team defeated Oconto, 74-65, on Friday night. L-C had a nine-point lead at halftime and was able to sustain that despite a couple of runs by Oconto Falls. The Spartans were led by Logan Doell with 25. He was supported by Ryan Robillard who chipped in 18 points.

Luxemburg-Casco ends 2019 with a 4-1 record. Their first game following the holiday break is at Fox Valley Lutheran on January 3rd.


Gibraltar girls nipped by single point

The Gibraltar High School girls basketball team lost by a lone point Friday to Oconto, 58-57. The defeat pulls Gibraltar down to 3-3 overall. The Vikings attempted an extraordinary number of three-pointers, 42 in total. They connected at a less than 25 percent clip. All things considered, given the final score, some more high percentage shots may have been advised. Sage Krause had 24 points to lead Gibraltar supported by Maggie Moroney’s 19. 

Gibraltar’s next game is January 3rd at Two Rivers.


Kewaunee Invitational takes place Saturday

The first matches are scheduled for 9:30 AM in the Kewaunee Invitational. Wrestling teams from across eastern Wisconsin will be on-hand including two Packerland squads. Southern Door joins host Kewaunee against Elcho, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Gillett/Suring, Kenosha Christian Life, Laona-Wabeno, Lourdes Academy, Mishicot, Oshkosh West, and Seymour.

Southern Door tries for fifth in a row at home

The Southern Door High School boys basketball team didn’t have a lot of time to savor their Thursday night victory. Less than 48 hours later, they’re back on the court against New Holstein. The Huskies hail from the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and are winless on the season. They are not strangers to Packerland teams. Their last game was Tuesday night against Chilton. The Tigers won 75-67. 

New Holstein does not have a player averaging more than 15 points per game. Southern Door has two with Ryan Claflin (25 ppg) and Alex Daoust (17.6 ppg). New Holstein cannot match the dynamic potential of Southern Door’s best players and will look to grind out a low scoring game in the half court to compensate.


Wisconsin men's basketball returns from finals break

It has been 10 days since the University of Wisconsin’s men’s basketball team hit the court, a loss on the road to Rutgers. The Badgers look to improve their 5-5 record Saturday evening against the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The Badgers have already defeated intrastate rivals Marquette and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 

Wisconsin has proven to be a different team at home compared to neutral site games or road contests. Away from the Kohl Center they have dropped four straight. In Madison, they cruised two weeks ago against Big Ten opponent Indiana, 84-64. They will hope to have the home cooking serve up a buffet of offense again against the Panthers.



 Plenty of Packerland action on Thursday. Full recaps are available at You can access them by clicking on the links below.


Southern Door High School flew past Sevastopol, 75-35.


The Algoma High School boys team is still looking for its first win of the season.


The Gibraltar High School boys team gave up over 80 points to NEW Lutheran.


Another tough nonconference loss for the Kewaunee High School boys basketball team, falling to Kiel by a mere two points.

Silent sports kick off winter season

Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay and the Door County Silent Sports Alliance are teaming up for a chance to enjoy some trails and early season powder for free. It continues throughout the year every Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM. That’s assuming adequate snow. This weekend should be a great opportunity to get on the trails with temperatures in the mid-30’s and sunshine keeping participants warm without erasing the current snowpack. To open the season, ski for free is 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM followed by a solstice campfire in the evening on Saturday.

Kewaunee girls remain undefeated

It was another easy victory for the Kewaunee High School basketball team as they downed NEW Lutheran, 53-29, on Thursday night. The Storm clamped down on defense again. The most they’ve allowed in their last four games is 36 points. Kewaunee has yet to give up 50 in a game and they have never scored less than that. It doesn’t get more convincing than that for an undefeated team. They open up 2020 on the third of January with a game against Seymour.

L-C girls can't slow down Clintonville

The Luxemburg-Casco High School girls basketball team fell short in completing a sweep of Clintonville Thursday night. On Wednesday, the boys team kept the Truckers in neutral but the tables were flipped for the girls contest, 61-41, in favor of Clintonville. 

Things don’t get easier for the L-C girls after Christmas. Their next game is December 30th against Green Bay Southwest. The two teams do have a common opponent on the year. Both lost to Notre Dame but Southwest kept it close, 70-57. Luxemburg-Casco suffered an 85-14 defeat. 


Bucks win battle of NBA's best

Milwaukee fired a warning shot to the best team in the Western Conference on Thursday night, beating the Los Angeles Lakers 111-104. The frontcourt stole the show with an all-star game caliber matchup going back and forth from the power forward position. Anthony Davis led the Lakers with 36 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Giannis Antetokounmpo put up 34 to go with 11 rebounds and seven assists. Antetokounmpo hit five 3-pointers which is a career-best. 

The Bucks held serve in the marquee series at home. NBA scheduling guarantees a road game between the teams and that happens in March. After that, it would be the NBA Finals when the teams could possibly meet again next summer.


Kewaunee stand out signs letter of intent

Kewaunee High School standout Tanor Bortolini officially signed a letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to commit to the University of Wisconsin beginning with the 2020 season. The Bortolini family helped set up a signing celebration inside the school’s little theatre which began at 3:30 PM. In attendance were fellow students and friends to show their support for Bortolini. 

Before Bortolini put pen to paper, members of the Kewaunee athletic department and football staff got a chance to talk about Bortolini’s opportunity in Madison, both athletically and academically. They stressed that this is just the start of Bortolini’s journey, not the end, and his work ethic and character will continue to be as important as his talent. Bortolini stands 6’6”, weighing in at around 290 pounds. He will be an offensive lineman with the Badgers.


Girls' basketball preview: Local teams hit the road

Only a pair of teams are playing Thursday night and both will hit the road in search of a victory.


Kewaunee travels west to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran in a battle of the Packerland Conference's top two teams. Mackenzie Tlachac leads the Storm and the conference in scoring at just over 24 points per game while Claire Kohnle is third in the conference in assists. The game is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco looks to rebound from its loss to the Storm earlier this week with a game in Clintonville. The Spartans found the offensive spark they needed to get its first win of the season last week against Waupaca. Taylor Thiry is the team's leading scorer and rebounder, averaging close 12 points and 8 rebounds a game this season. Tip off is set for 7 p.m.

Boys basketball preview: Sevastopol lone road team

The Sevastopol Pioneers are the only local boys' basketball team boarding a bus Thursday evening for Packerland Conference action.


The Pioneers will not have to travel far as they look for their first conference win, playing at Southern Door. Kewaunee hosts Kiel in the Packerland's lone non-conference game while Algoma plays at home against Oconto and Gibraltar battles NEW Lutheran in Fish Creek. All games tip off at 7:30 p.m.


Sturgeon Bay's game against Peshtigo has been rescheduled from tonight to January 9th.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestles conference foes Thursday

Many of the region's top teams including Luxemburg-Casco will be in Denmark Thursday evening as the Northeastern Conference foes compete in a triple-dual.


Freedom and Wrightstown will join the Spartans for the meet, which will feature the conference's 10 schools. The Spartans are looking for their first conference dual win this season, falling to Denmark in its opener. Below is the schedule for the conference meet, which begins at 5 p.m.


Round 1: Lux-Casco vs Waupaca, Wrightstown vs Little Chute, Denmark vs Clintonville, Freedom vs Marinette, FVL vs Oconto Falls
Round 2: Freedom vs Clintonville, Waupaca vs Wrightstown, Marinette vs Oconto Falls, Little Chute vs Lux-Casco, Denmark vs FVL
Round 3: Waupaca vs Denmark, Wrightstown vs Marinette, Freedom vs FVL, Oconto Falls vs Little Chute, Clintonville vs Lux-Casco 

Phoenix trounce Cougars

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team set a program scoring record for a second time this season, blowing past Division III Concordia University-Chicago 126-64 at the Kress Center Wednesday.


Only eight players were available to play, but all of them broke double figures in the game led by Kameron Hankerson's 21 points. Cody Schwartz and Manny Patterson each scored 20 points while Amari Davis chipped in another 19.


The Phoenix head to DeKalb, Ill. Saturday for a 1 p.m. tip-off against Northern Illinois.

Kewaunee girls basketball remains undefeated

The Kewaunee High School girls basketball team continued its dominance of other county schools on Tuesday. Earlier in the season, the Storm handled Algoma. Last night, they cruised past Luxemburg-Casco, 69-36. Mackenzie Tlachac led the Storm with 21 points, supported by Katie Metzler’s 15 and Claire Kohnle’s 11. For Luxemburg-Casco, Lauren Adams was the only player to score in double figures. She had 13.
Luxemburg-Casco’s next game is Thursday against Clintonville. Kewaunee hits the hardwood against NEW Lutheran.

L-C boys dominate Clintonville

The Luxemburg-Casco High School boys basketball team never let Clintonville get out of first gear on Tuesday night. The Spartans topped the Truckers 71-38. Logan Doell led the Spartans with 27 points, 18 of those coming in the first half. Clintonville, as a team, managed 12 points in the opening frame. The Spartans supporting cast, while not as prolific as Doell on the score chart, certainly chipped in when defending their basket. The Truckers’ lowest point total of the season before Tuesday was 57. It was a stifling Spartan effort.

L-C’s next game is Friday at Oconto Falls.


Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol split matches on 104.1 WRLU

Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol each christened their 2019-2020 dual meet season falling to Bay Port and beating Gillett/Suring.


In the night's opener, the Eagles fell to the Pirates 51-30. The Pirates were able to build their lead thanks to some forfeits and pins by Trevor Nys (195) Connor Corrigan (220), Calvin Muraski (285), Landen Heim (106). The Eagles were able get falls of their own, collecting them from Brady Tooley (145), Grant Englebert (160), Austin Falish (126), Griffin Slezewski (132), and Kyle Counard (138). The Eagles went 7-7 in its 64-0 win over Gillett/Suring. Alec Guilette (113), Austin Falish (120), Katelyn LeCloux (145), Brady Tooley (152), and Brodie Overbeck (220) picked up pins in the win. 



In other local wrestling action Tuesday, Kewaunee topped Valders 65-12.




Southern Door hosts double dual on 104.1 WRLU

Two local teams will be featured on a pair of wrestling mats in Brussels Tuesday evening as Southern Door hosts Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, Bay Port, and Gillett/Suring on 104.1 WRLU.


All four teams are coming off tournaments over the weekend with the Eagles already facing some Pirate wrestlers at the Battle of the Bay Tournament. Griffin Slezewski was the top performer for the Eagles placing in sixth place at 132 pounds while the Pirates placed six in the top six. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol had four wrestlers place in the top six at the eight-team Brillion Invitational, led by Ben Denamur's fourth-place finish. 


Eagles head coach Jerry Englebert says he has liked how his young team has responded so far this season while facing some tough competition.



Tim Kowols and Greg Letter will have the call beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the prematch show followed by Southern Door vs. Bay Port at 6 p.m. with Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol battling Gillett/Suring. Following a brief intermission, the Eagles will wrestle Gillett/Suring while Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol battles Bay Port.





Girls' basketball round-up: Eagles edge Vikings

The Southern Door Eagles girls' basketball team started their week on a high note with a 48-45 victory over Denmark.


It was a tight game throughout the evening with the Eagles earning its margin of victory in the first half, outscoring the Vikings 17-14. Nicole Norton led the Eagles with 17 points with Hailey Shimon pitching in another 10 points. Kendra Dantoin and Chloe LaCrosse controlled the boards for the Eagles with each collecting eight rebounds. Abby Marcique and Jessica Heraly led the way for the Vikings in the loss, combining to score 39 of the team's 45 points.


Local games slated for 7:30 p.m. tips Tuesday include Kewaunee hosting Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar traveling to NEW Lutheran in Green Bay, Sevastopol playing at home against Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay making the trip to Peshtigo.

Boys' basketball round-up: Wolves fall to Wildcats

The first win is still proving to be elusive for the Algoma boys' basketball after its setback Monday to Green Bay West. 


The Wolves lost the Wildcats 72-53, giving up 36 points in each half of play. 


Boys basketball action tonight features Luxemburg-Casco hosting Clintonville for a 7 p.m. tip. 

Bucks see streak snapped

The Milwaukee Bucks came up just short in its bid for a 20th straight win, falling to the Dallas Mavericks 120-116. 


The game went back and forth between the two teams with the Mavericks outscoring the Bucks in the first and third quarters while Milwaukee took its turn in the second and fourth quarters. Giannis Antetokounmpo tried to will his team to victory, scoring 48 points while grabbing 14 rebounds. The Bucks bench provided the next highest contributors with Ersan Illyasova, George Hill, and Kyle Korver all reaching double figures in the loss. Seth Curry and Kristaps Porzi??is each scored 26 points in the game for the Mavericks, which were playing without their top player Luka Doncic due to injuries.


The Bucks next host the Los Angeles Lakers for a 7 p.m. tip.

Kewaunee's Bortolini signs Wisconsin NLI Wednesday

Kewaunee lineman Tanor Bortolini makes it official Wednesday when he signs his National Letter of Intent to play football for the Wisconsin Badgers. An All-Packerland Conference selection on both sides of the ball, Bortolini earned All-State recognition for his work on the offensive line for the Storm which advanced to the second round of the playoffs in 2019, Bortolini will be a full scholarship player for the Badgers will officially sign his NLI at a ceremony at Kewaunee High School on Wednesday beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay's Burk signs with Upper Iowa

Another member of the Sturgeon Bay soccer team is heading to play in college.


Dylan Burk has committed to play at Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa after helping lead the Clippers to a state championship last month. Burk has been selected to the All-Packerland Conference team the last two years as a defender, including the second team last season. 

Southern Door girls basketball host Denmark

The Southern Door girls basketball team hopes the avenge the boys' team's loss earlier this season when it hosts Denmark Monday night.


The Denmark boys team dealt the Eagles their season's lone blemish in the first game of the year 65-62.  The Eagles girls just hope to continue their hot shooting from their last game over a week ago when the snapped a two game losing streak with a 75-30 breakout performance against Oconto. The Vikings are looking to snap their own two-game losing streak, including a 50-41 loss to Oconto Falls on Friday. Chloe LaCrosse is nearly averaging a double double with 11.7 points per game and 8,8 rebounds per game. Nicole Norton and Hailey Shimon are also boasting scoring averages in the double figures.


Tip time is 7:30 p.m.

Algoma boys basketball looks for first win

The Algoma Wolves boys basketball team hopes its first win of the season comes at home against Green Bay West on Monday night.


The Wolves have opened the season 0-4, including a 74-52 loss to NEW Lutheran last week. The Wildcats haven't fared much better since their season opening win against Bonduel, dropping their last three including a heartbreaking 49-48 decision to cross city rival Green Bay East last week.  The Wolves will have to lean on the scoring abilities of Carter Zimmerman (16.7 ppg) and Trevor Nell (11.7 ppg) as the Wildcats have been averaging nearly 60 points a game compared to around 46 for the Wolves.


Monday's tip time is 7:30 p.m.

Packers clinch playoffs after surviving Bears game

Fans got to take two deep breaths Sunday after first beating the Chicago Bears 21-13 at Lambeau Field and then snapping a two-year drought from the playoffs.


Aaron Rodgers got the Packers on the board first with a long touchdown pass on fourth down to receiver Davante Adams, taking advantage of a penalty on a fumbled punt by Tramon Williams that would have given the Bears the football back. Up 7-3 in the second quarter, running back Aaron Jones rushed for two third-quarter touchdowns to put the Packers up 21-3. The Bears would score twice in the fourth quarter, including a Mitch Trubisky touchdown pass to make it a one-score game. The Packers couldn't capitalize on an interception by Dean Lowry, setting the stage for a frantic drive for the Bears that ended with a fumble on the one-yard line after several laterals in the final seconds.


A blowout win for the Dallas Cowboys over the Los Angeles Rams officially sent the Packers to the playoffs, but there is still plenty of work to do to clinch not just the division but also a first-round bye. The Packers travel to Minnesota next Monday for an NFC North showdown against the Vikings.

Losing streak continues for Phoenix women

Injuries are piling up for the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball and sadly so are the losses. The Phoenix lost to Marist in New York Sunday afternoon 72-60 after a rough first quarter put them in catch-up mode the rest of the game. Frankie Wurtz led all Phoenix players with 16 points with Lyndsey Robson and Caitlyn Hibner also chipping in double-figure totals. It is the first time the Phoenix has lost three in a row in about five years with another tough contest looming at home on Saturday against South Dakota State.

Bucks Bledsoe-less for Mavericks

The Milwaukee Bucks will have to go possibly two weeks without one of its best players including Monday's game against the Dallas Mavericks.


Eric Bledsoe is expected to be out for two weeks with a leg injury with Donte DiVincenzo filling in his shoes. The Mavericks have their own injury to deal with sophomore sensation Luka Doncic out likely with an ankle sprain. The Bucks are going for their 19th victory in a row as they close on a franchise record for most consecutive wins. They will try to do it in front of a friendly crowd when the game tips off from Fiserv Forum beginning at 7 p.m.

Door County United next swims Thursday

Local swimmers will have to wait until Thursday to get the competitive juices flowing again.


The combined team has had only one other meet to its credit this young season, but will travel to Chilton for a triangular meet. The other teams competing include Roncalli and Two Rivers with the first events beginning at 6 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay/Shawano game postponed

There is one less game on the docket for Monday for area hoops fans to attend.


Sturgeon Bay's  boys' basketball trip to Shawano has been postponed until February 3rd. There are two games still scheduled for Monday, with Algoma's boys team hosting Green Bay West and Southern Door's girls' team hosting Denmark for 7:30 p.m. tips.

Wrestling round-up: L-C fourth at Battle

It was a busy Saturday of action for area wrestlers as Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol were all in action at three different tournaments.


In Suamico, Luxemburg-Casco was the top local team at the Battle of the Bay Tournament, taking fourth place. Easton Worachek,  Lucas Joniaux, and Reece Worachek all placed in the top four on their way to leading the Spartans to 382 points. Southern Door scored 91 points, led by a sixth place finish by Griffin Slezewski.


In Wabeno, Kewaunee took seventh in the Rebel Invitational. Jack Severin won his weight class at 126 pounds while Jason Reinke, Logan Steinhorst, and Nathan VanGoethem also placed in the top three.


In Brillion,  Sturgeon Bay placed seventh in the host team's invitational. Ben Denamur was the top finisher, getting two pins on his way to a fourth place finish.


You can find full results for each school online at by clicking the links below



Southern Door


Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol





Phoenix men fall at home, women wrap up home stint

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team fell short in the second half, but ultimately lost its Resch Center opener to the Evansville Purple Aces 72-62.


The Phoenix were down by double digits for much of the evening, but had it within six with just minutes to go in the second half. A 13-0 run in the second half run made a game of it after the Purple Aces entered the frame up 44-29.  Freshman Amari Davis led the Phoenix in scoring once again, registering 17 points. Manny Patterson got a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, and PJ Pipes scored 13 points in the loss.


The Phoenix men will try to stop their four-game losing streak when they host Concordia-Chicago on Wednesday while the Phoenix women try to split their road trip contests at Marist at 11 a.m.

Packers, Bears ready for number 200

The Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears battle at frigid Lambeau Field Sunday for its 200th meeting.


The Bears come into the game streaking, winning its last three in a row as its offense has found its stride. The Packers have won three of its last four, playing close games throughout its run. The game has serious playoff implications as the Bears need a win to keep their hopes on life support while the Packers can clinch a berth Sunday with a win and a Los Angeles Rams loss.


Kickoff is set for noon. 


Southern Door High School ratcheted up the defense for a 60-45 win over Peshtigo.


Sturgeon Bay High School had a consistent effort with 38 points in each half as they beat Marinette.


Kewaunee High School rolled again in conference play, taking down Gibraltar 79-55. Ryan Carmichael led the way there.


Algoma took the loss at NEW Lutheran, 74-52.


Full recaps at or by following the links above.

L-C boys cruise against Marinette

The Luxemburg-Casco High School boys basketball sprinted out to a commanding first half lead and cruised to an easy victory against Marinette Friday night, 85-59. Almost the entire 26-point margin was built by halftime behind 18 points from Logan Doell. He would add seven more in the second stanza for 25 total. Ryan Robillard and Jonas Otradovec chipped in 15 and 13, respectively. 

The next game for L-C is Tuesday at home against Clintonville. The Truckers are undefeated in North Eastern Conference play so far with wins over Little Chute and Fox Valley Lutheran by double digits.


Sturgeon Bay girls shut down Oconto

The Sturgeon Bay girls basketball team cooled off the Oconto Blue Devils Friday night, allowing a scant 11 points before halftime. Sturgeon Bay ended up carrying the game, 48-33. The Clippers held Oconto to 10 of 40 shooting. Oconto did themselves no favors from the charity stripe as sometimes the physical Clipper defense got too rough. The Blue Devils had 24 free throws in the game but left a lot of points on the table by making 10 of those.

Greta Meleen led the way with 16 points for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay has almost matched their win total from last season already. Games against the likes of Sevastopol and Chilton look very winnable. This campaign could outdo 2018-2019 before the end of the month.


Green Bay men at home Saturday

The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay men’s basketball team tries to break a three-game losing streak Saturday against Evansville. The Purple Aces are flying into the Resch Center with a four-game winning streak including a victory over the MAC’s Miami (Ohio) a week ago. Green Bay’s season has been characterized by uneven play with the exception of freshman Amari Davis. 

After Evansville, the Phoenix end their non-conference schedule against Concordia-Chicago and at Northern Illinois.


Algoma's Anna Dier injured in college game

Anna Dier from Algoma was hurt in Friday’s University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women’s basketball game at Maine. She has a history of knee problems, at the high school and college level, and had to leave the game at the end of the third quarter. UWGB has already lost two players for the season and was without a couple of others in Friday’s contest. The Phoenix fell to Maine 61-60 on a last-second shot from the baseline.

Wrestling round-up: Kewaunee loses, Southern Door adds opponent

Mother Nature went 1-1 Thursday night, setting the stage for a future meeting between Luxemburg-Casco and Marinette while Kewaunee battled Kiel at home.


The Raiders were able to make it two straight against Kewaunee, winning the dual meet 44-28.


The Spartans dual against the Marines has been moved to January 14th.


The next action for Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and Kewaunee will be Saturday in Suamico as they compete in the Battle of the Bay Tournament at Bay Port High School. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol will travel a little further south for a Saturday invitational at Brillion. 


Speaking of Bay Port, the Pirates will replace Crivitz as one of the opponents as Southern Door hosts a triple dual on Tuesday night along with Gillett/Suring.



Boys' basketball preview: L-C joins Friday slate

The regularly scheduled Luxemburg-Casco Spartans boys basketball game for Thursday night against Marinette has been rescheduled due to the weather. The Spartans will now play Marinette at home Friday night beginning at 6 p.m.


Friday was already a busy night for boys' basketball with four Packerland Conference games scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Those games include Sturgeon Bay hosting Oconto, Southern Door traveling to Peshtigo, Kewaunee playing at home against Gibraltar, and Algoma making the trip to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.

Girls' basketball round-up: Wolves fall to Blazers

Algoma was one of the few teams in the area that got their game in Thursday night, falling to NEW Lutheran 40-31. 


The Wolves were down only by one heading into the second half, but were outscored by the Blazers 20-12 in the final frame. Emersyn Wallace led the Wolves with 13 points while Ericka Berger chipped in with 10. The loss drops the Wolves to 1-4 on the season.


Yesterday's postponed game between Sturgeon Bay and Oconto has been shifted Friday night ahead of the boys' game in Sturgeon Bay and will tip off at 6 p.m. Sevastopol will also play at 6 p.m. against St. Thomas Aquinas. Luxemburg-Casco will play on the road at Fox Valley Lutheran beginning at 7 p.m.

Phoenix women look to rebound against Maine

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team travels to the Eastern seaboard this weekend to erase last weekend's tough loss to DePaul.


First up on the trip is Maine for a 6 p.m. tip. The Black Bears have gotten off to a slow start this season, but have made the NCAA Tournament each of the last two seasons and have won 31 of their last 34 home games. The Phoenix hope Caitlyn Hibner is able to go after sustaining an injury in the game against DePaul, but have had Frankie Wurtz show up in a big way their last few games out. Wurtz has scored 20 points in three games this season, including 25 against the Blue Demons.

Bucks travel to Memphis

The Milwaukee Bucks look to extend their winning streak to 17 games when they travel to Memphis to face the Grizzlies Friday night.


While the Bucks are working towards their longest winning streak in franchise history, the Grizzlies are working to get to their own winning ways as they have lost nine of their last 12 games. Giannis Antetokounmpo will likely be a game-time decision as he is still nursing an injury that kept him out of Wednesday's win against the Pelicans.


Tip off is set for 7 p.m.

Girls' basketball preview: Four Packerland games set

All Packerland Conference teams in the Door Peninsula are set to play Thursday night in girls' basketball action.


Sevastopol kicks off the action at 6 p.m. against Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton as part of a Pioneer doubleheader in Institute.


All other Packerland Conference games are set for 7:30 p.m. tips with Algoma hosting NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee traveling to Gibraltar, Southern Door staying home to face Peshtigo, and Sturgeon Bay battling Oconto.

Boys' basketball preview: Sevastopol part of doubleheader

Sevastopol hoops fans will get to invoke their inner Ernie Banks Thursday night as the boys play the second game of a Pioneer doubleheader Thursday.


The Pioneers will host Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton in both games of the doubleheader, with the boys tipping off after the girls game at 7:30 p.m. They are looking for their first win of the season after dropping their first two games, including a 61-50 loss to Peshtigo earlier this week. 


Luxemburg-Casco will stay put at home as they host the Marinette Marines in their first conference game of the year after splitting their opening games against Green Bay teams. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m.

Wrestling preview: L-C, Kewaunee in action

A pair of local wrestling squads will hit the mat Thursday night for dual meets.


In Kewaunee, the Storm look to win their second dual meet of the season when it hosts Kiel for a 7 p.m. dual. The Storm won their first dual of the season last week against Green Bay United while the Raiders have blown out Valders and Two Rivers in the past seven days, winning both by a combined score of 131-18.


Luxemburg-Casco looks for its first conference win of the season when it travels to Marinette to face the Marines for a 6:30 p.m. dual. After dropping its first meet to Denmark, the Spartans won three out of four duals at its own event last Saturday.

First half sets tone for Bucks win

Credit another fast start for the Milwaukee Bucks for its 127-112 win over the New Orleans Pelicans Wednesday night.


The Bucks outscored the Pelicans 35-20 in the opening quarter and cruised into the second half with a 23 point advantage. With Giannis Antetokounmpo getting the night off, Eric Bledsoe led the way for the Bucks with 29 points with Khris Middleton chipping in another 24. Ersan Illyasova and George Hill also scored in double figures in the win. Pelicans guard JJ Redick led all scorers with 31 points in the loss. 


The Bucks will head to Memphis for a quick Friday night matchup against the Grizzlies before coming back Saturday to start another three-game homestand against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Badgers fall to Rutgers

The Wisconsin Badgers were not excluded from a night of suprises in Big Ten basketball action Wednesday night, losing to Rutgers 72-65.


The Badgers entered the second half holding a slim one point lead, but were outscored by the Scarlet Knights 40-32 in the final frame to lose their first conference game of the season. Kobe King led the Badgers with 18 points while Trevor Anderson came off the bench to score another 11. Rebounding was a large factor in the win for the Scarlet Knights, grabbing 40 boards to just 25 for the Badgers with 14 of those coming off the offensive glass.


The Badgers look to right the ship next Saturday when it hosts in-state rival Milwaukee. In the meantime, the Green Bay men play this Saturday at home against Evansville and Marquette hosts Grambling State next Tuesday.

Wisconsin Badgers at Rutgers Wednesday

The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team goes from one of the Big Ten’s oldest programs to one of its newest. After opening Big Ten play with a win over Indiana this weekend, they are at Rutgers on Wednesday night. Rutgers is 6-3 overall but it has not been against the best competition. The Scarlet Knights have had matchups against mid-majors like St. Bonaventure and Stephen F. Austin. Those are the highlights of nonconference play. The Badgers should pose a sterner test than Niagara, Bryant, or the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Rutgers has lost to Pittsburgh and Michigan State its last two times out.

For Wisconsin, it is a case of finding consistent offense. The Badgers have lacked punch away from the Kohl Center. Playing in Brooklyn, not far from Rutgers’ New Jersey campus, and in North Carolina against the Wolfpack, the Badgers had to scrape for 50 points in each game. If Rutgers can force Wisconsin into stagnant offense like that again Wednesday, the Badgers stand a good chance of dropping their third game out of their last four. Wisconsin hopes that the 84 it netted against Indiana in the conference opener is a harbinger of things to come. 


Sevastopol boys dropped by Peshtigo

In just the second game of the season for the Sevastopol High School boys basketball team, the offense still failed to click Tuesday night against Peshtigo. Sevastopol fell to 0-2, losing 61-50 to the Bulldogs. Last year’s squad saw a similar slow start with the offense coming to life after Christmas. Before the holiday in 2018, Sevastopol scored under 40 points in three of their first six games. That happened once in their last 14. 

If this year’s team stays true to form, they should be rounding into shape come the Lena Invitational. Before then, the Pioneers play NEW Christian Home School Thursday and are at Southern Door next week.


Kewaunee boys win rivalry game

The Kewaunee High School boys basketball team rose to the challenge of a rivalry game on the road Tuesday night. The Storm rode the hot hand of Ryan Carmichael. He dropped 30 points on the Algoma Wolves in a 78-32 victory. Yes, Carmichael almost outscored Algoma by himself. He almost outscored the rest of his teammates too. Tanor Bortolini was the Storm’s second-highest scorer at 11.

Kewaunee is 2-1 and undefeated in the Packerland. Their next game is Friday hosting Gibraltar. Algoma is still looking for the first win of the season. They match up with NEW Lutheran on Friday in Green Bay.


Southern Door boys win Tuesday night

The Southern Door High School boys basketball team soared Tuesday night against previously undefeated Oconto. The Eagles gave the Blue Devils their first loss of the season, 77-64. Southern Door improved to 2-1 on the season while remaining unbeaten in Packerland Conference play. So far, Southern Door is winning their conference games by an average of 20 points. 

The Eagles are back on the court Friday when they travel to Peshtigo.  The Bulldogs are 1-1 without a conference game so far in 2019-20. They defeated Marinette by 27 before losing by two in a tight road game against Northland Pines. Peshtigo is averaging 76 points per game while Southern Door has yet to give up 70 points in a contest so far.


Girls' basketball preview: Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco in action

A pair of games highlights the girls' basketball schedule for Tuesday night. 


Sturgeon Bay travels to Green Bay West to face the Wildcats to try to make it two in a row on the young season. The Clippers won their last time out, narrowly defeating NEW Lutheran 39-37,


Luxemburg-Casco will stay at home to try and grab their first win of the season against Waupaca. The Comets are looking for their first win since their opening night victory against Ripon.


Both games tip at 7 p.m.

Boys' basketball round-up: L-C drops game against Notre Dame

Luxemburg-Casco lost the only local game yesterday, losing to Green Bay Notre Dame at home Monday night 79-64.


The Spartans kept it close early, heading into the break down 34-32. The Tritons came out firing in the second half, outscoring the Spartans 45-32 to capture the victory. The Spartans next play on Thursday night at home against Marinette.


Packerland basketball action Tuesday night includes Kewaunee traveling to Algoma, Sevastopol hosting Peshtigo, and Southern Door playing at home against Oconto. All games scheduled to have a 7:30 p.m. tip time.

Youth wrestlers have success at first tourney

Some early season wrestling action this past weekend at the Luxemburg-Casco Dan Wery Memorial youth tournament saw several Southern Door youth and middle school wrestlers competing.  It was an opportunity to knock off some rust and get back into the groove!  Results were as follows:

2nd Place – Jonah LeFevre, Tucker Cornette, Lance Veeser, Hayden Jeanquart

3rd Place – Alex Buhr

4th Place – Eastin Micholichek, Emma Cornette, Clark LeFevre, Trevin Veeser

5th Place – Keny Lynch, Logan Motquin, Jerek Valley



Bucks beat Magic

It has been more than a month since the Milwaukee Bucks last lost after beating the Orlando Magic 110-101 for its 15th straight victory. 


A big reason why is Giannis Antetokounmpo, who had yet another double-double with 32 points and 15 rebounds. Khris Middleton scored 20 points as four other Bucks players other than Antetokounmpo scored in double figures. 


The Bucks are back in action Wednesday to host the New Orleans Pelicans.

Phoenix complete road swing Tuesday

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team has one more game on the road before they can back home, playing tonight in Orlando against Central Florida.


The Phoenix are 1-2 on the trip so far, beating Montana State before losing to Xavier and Eastern Illinois. The Golden Knights enter the matchup winners of their last three contests, including a win over Pepperdine. A 7 p.m. tip tonight, the Phoenix will head back to Green Bay for its first game at the Resch Center Saturday when it hosts Evansville.

Wrestling recap: Southern Door wins pair

The Southern Door Wrestling 2019-2020 season has begun.  This years' teams consists of Freshman Alec Guilette, Jonas Jandrin, Cody Nellis, Jacob Zettle, Christian Counard, Reese Vanryzin and Ethan Rouer.  Sophomores Austin Farley, Dylan Wessel, Thomas Grosbeier, Shaun Tooley, Josh Ditello, Riley Phillips and Brodie Overbeck.  Juniors Austin Falish, Griffin Slezewski, Kyle Conard, Katelyn LeCloux, Brad Skippon, Brady Tooley, Drew DeFere and Grant Englebert.  Our only returning senior is Blake Jensen, who wrestled part of last season, and is joined by first year senior Ben Slezewski and exchange student Corentin Valette.

We are a young team again this year but with some valuable experience.  We have two returning state place winners with Grant Englebert (5th last year) and Griffin Slezewski 6th in 2018.  We also have two returning sectional qualifiers in Austin Falish and Kyle Conard.  Because we have been young the past couple years our Juniors and Sophomores have a lot of varsity time.  I expect the freshman are also going to make an impact this season.

Saturday we wrestled at the Schoenherr Duals in Stratford.  For several wrestlers this was their first high school competition and for some the first time ever wrestling.  No better way to let you know just how you stand than by wrestling a perennial power like Stratford (State runner up last year).  Like most seasons our new comers, and the team as a whole, will take some losses early in the season as we gain experience.  That said, I feel all of our returning wrestlers showed improvement from last season which was good to see.  We ended the day 2-3 as a team.  Not bad considering we were missing 10 wrestlers for various reasons.  We also moved wrestlers in an out of the line up to get as many close matches as possible.  As coaches we were able to see some of the techniques we've been working on pay off and some areas we need to re-emphasize.  We were also able to see the heart and determination this group has.

SD dual scores were as follows:
SD 36 Watoma Wild Rose 24
SD 28 Barron 51
SD 42 Crandon 30
SD 6 Stratford 58
SD 36 Phillips 39

Top individual finishers were Kyle Conard and Brodie Overbeck both placing second.

Team results were as follows:
Stratford 5-0
Phillips 4-1
Barron 3-2
SD 2-3
Wautoma Wild Rose 1-4
Crandon 0-5

Next Saturday the Varsity heads to Bayport for the "Battle on the Bay" and JV head to Luxemburg.  Bayport is another measuring stick as it is one of the toughest tournaments in the state.  Luxemburg is a tough JV tournament that can provide the mat time needed to develop skills.  Already looking forward to both tournaments.


Click here to read about the other area wrestling action from the weekend

Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball set for non-conference game

The only varsity game on the schedule in local high school athletics has the Luxemburg-Casco boys' basketball team playing the role of host this evening.


The Spartans are back in action for the first time in a week after they beat Green Bay East at home last week 89-57. Ryan Robillard nearly had a double-double in the game, scoring 29 points while collecting nine rebounds. The Tritons are coming off a 73-59 loss to Lourdes Academy last Tuesday.


Tip off is set for 7:15 p.m. with junior varsity games preceding it.

Packers keep pace in NFC North with win

It was not the prettiest win, but it allows the Green Bay Packers to remain ahead of the rest of the NFC North after beating the Washington Redskins 20-15.


It looked like it was going to be clear sailing the whole afternoon after the first quarter as Aaron Jones scored on a four-yard run and Aaron Rodgers found Robert Tonyan in the endzone to stake the Packers to a 14-0 lead. The Redskins would limit the Packers to just a pair of field goals the rest of the day. The Redskins scored touchdowns in the second and fourth quarters thanks to the legs of Adrian Peterson and the arm of Dwayne Haskins. They failed on an extra point and a two point conversion to keep the game out of reach for the Redskins.


The Packers hold a one game advantage over the Minnesota Vikings and a three game advantage over the Chicago Bears, who come to town next. The Vikings and Lions will also have a hand in the Packers fate with games the final two weeks of the year.

Badgers earn Rose Bowl bid

For the fourth time in the last decade, the Wisconsin Badgers will stop and smell the roses before concluding its football season.


The Rose Bowl serves as a nice consolation prize for the Badgers after falling to College Football Playoff participant Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game on Saturday. The Badgers will face Oregon after they beat Utah in the Pac 12 Championship game last Friday. The traditional Big Ten/Pac 12 matchup featured the two teams in a 45-38 Ducks victory in 2012. The Badgers hope to get their first Rose Bowl victory since they won two straight Rose Bowls in 1999 against UCLA and 2000 against Stanford. 


The New Year's Day bowl kicks off at 4 p.m.

Bucks look to continue hot start

The Milwaukee Bucks look to continue their hot start to the season when they host the Orlando Magic Monday night.


The Bucks won their last time out, finishing their season sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers with a commanding 119-91 victory. The Magic are on a four-game winning streak entering the matchup. The two teams have already faced each other once this season with the Bucks capturing the win 123-91.


Tip off is set for 7 p.m.

Wrestling recap: Kewaunee top finisher at Papermaker

All wrestling teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties had great days on the mat in three different locations.


Luxemburg-Casco went 4-1 in their day of duals, topping Sheboygan Falls 78-3, Green Bay Preble 61-15, Oshkosh West 57-23, and Port Washington 46-25. It lost to Bay Port 45-32.


Kewaunee took 9th in the Papermaker Invitational with Jack Severin and Logan Steinhorst each taking second place in their weight classes. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol came in seven places behind Kewaunee. 

Girls' basketball round-up: Southern Door soars past Oconto

The Southern Door Eagles gave the Oconto Blue Devils its first loss of the season in local girls' basketball action on Saturday.


The Eagles jumped all over the Blue Devils in the first half, outscoring their opponents 46-18. Nicole Norton led all scorers with 22 points, followed by 16 by Kendra Dantoin and Hailey Shimon adding 12 points.  



Phoenix drop pair of games

It was a tough pair of games for Green Bay Phoenix basketball fans Saturday afternoon as both teams lost.


In Green Bay, the women's team held a double-advantage over #16 DePaul, only see the Blue Demons go on a 14-2 run to close the third quarter to steal the momentum from the Phoenix. The Phoenix ended up losing the game 76-65. The tide turned when Caitlyn Hibner went out with a head injury late in the third quarter. Frankie Wurtz led the Phoenix with 25 points. 


The men's team were in Charleston, Ill. for their game,  losing to Eastern Illinois 93-80. Coach Linc Darner did not even make it until the end of the first half, ejected with a couple minutes to go in the opening frame after receiving his second technical for arguing calls. JayQuan McCloud led the Phoenix with 17 points.

Door County United fourth at Plymouth Swim meet

The Door County United swim team finished in the top half of a tough field at the Plymouth Invitational Saturday.


Scoring 305 points,  Brock Aune was one of the top swimmers for DCU, winning the 100 breast stroke, finishing second in the 50 freestyle  and part of the 3rd place finishing 200 meter freestyle relay.

Wisconsin's upset bid foiled

The Wisconsin Badgers may have done enough to shake up the College Football Playoff, but it was not enough to top Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game, losing 34-21 in Indianapolis.


The Badgers got out to a 21-7 first half lead thanks to Jonathan Taylor's opening drive touchdown run and a pair of rushing scores by Jack Coan. It was all Buckeyes in the second half, however with Buckeyes quarterback throwing for all three of his touchdowns including the eventual game winner in the third quarter.


In the loss, Taylor became the fastest rusher in college football history to 6,000 yards, rushing for 148 yards on 20 carries. The Badgers now wait to find out where their postseason will take them.

Badgers need upset to win Big Ten football title

The University of Wisconsin football team is a 16.5 point underdog in Saturday’s Big Ten Championship Game against Ohio State at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Badgers and Buckeyes met in Columbus earlier in the year with Ohio State cruising to a 38-7 victory. For the Badgers to get revenge and pull an upset, they’ll have to learn lessons from two Big Ten East teams. Michigan was able to score 27 against the nation’s second-best defense last week. Most of that came in the first half and the Wolverines actually left some points on the table. Jim Harbaugh kicked a field goal on fourth-and-five in the red zone in a controversial decision just before halftime. Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson lost a fumble near the 10-yard line on the drive prior to that. That is a significant improvement over what the Badgers were able to generate against Ohio State.

The other lesson comes from Penn State. The Nittany Lions led early against Ohio State and, although the game ended up being a two-score affair, it was as close as a team has come to upending the undefeated Scarlet and Gray. Penn State is the only team to hold Ohio State to under 30 points this year. Wisconsin has had a formidable defense all season. They have the personnel to duplicate Penn State’s successful scheme. 


Sevastopol girls still looking for first win

The Sevastopol High School girls basketball team was defeated by Peshtigo Friday, 54-34. They are still looking for the first win of the 2019-20 season. The Pioneers have a great chance to change that coming up Thursday when they host NE Wisconsin Christian Home School. The NEWHC Athletic Association fields teams in track and field, volleyball, cross country, and basketball from fifth grade and up. They do not play a regular schedule though. The game, set for Thursday, will be Christian Home School’s first contest of the season.

Kewaunee girls dominate rival

The Kewaunee High School girls basketball team defeated rival Algoma 61-33 on the shores of Lake Michigan Friday night. Kewaunee put in a complete 36-minute effort. The Storm led by 14 points at half and would not have needed another basket to secure the victory. The tenacious Kewaunee defense yielded only eleven points after the break to the Wolves.

The leading scorers for Kewaunee were Mackenzie Tlachac, who tickled the twine for 26, and Katie Metzler with 12 points. Algoma had two players with nine points apiece, Hanna Wiese and Sydney Zimmerman. Kewaunee plays at Gibraltar on Thursday. Algoma also gets a six day break before taking the court at home against NEW Lutheran.


Sitte dazzles in Gibraltar victory

The Gibraltar High School girls basketball team improved to 3-1 on the young season Friday night taming the Brillion Lions 66-60. It was the best offensive performance of the campaign for Gibraltar so far with Abbigael Sitte leading the way. She had 27 points, five rebounds, and seven steals before she was knocked out of the contest due to foul trouble. All of that production was accomplished in only 27 minutes on the court. Sage Krause added 13 points for the Vikings.

Gibraltar trailed at halftime before exploding for 43 second half points. Gibraltar hosts undefeated Kewaunee on Thursday night.


Sturgeon Bay girls even conference record

The Sturgeon Bay High School girls basketball team improved to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the Packerland Conference with a victory Friday night. The Clippers snuck by NEW Lutheran 39-37 on the road in Green Bay. Sturgeon Bay raced out to a 24-15 halftime lead and had to hold on down the stretch. 

The Clippers were defined by the performance of Sarah Bridenhagen. She contributed 17 of the team’s 39 points. No other player registered more than six for Sturgeon Bay. Bridenhagen was matched on the other side by NEW Lutheran’s Bailey Scholz who also notched 17 points.

The Clippers return to the court on Tuesday against winless Green Bay West. The Wildcats have already lost to a Packerland squad. They fell to Algoma 46-43 on November 30th.


Boys' basketball round-up: Gibraltar, Southern Door, and Kewaunee earn big conference wins

Gibraltar won a thriller while Kewaunee and Southern Door were able to cruise to victory in their Thursday night match-ups.


The Vikings were able to erase a second-half deficit to tip Algoma 64-63.


Southern Door used a big second half in its 77-50 victory over NEW Lutheran.


Kewaunee cruised past Sturgeon Bay in its 56-45 win.


Sevastopol could not keep up with undefeated Oconto in a 77-57 defeat.


Luxemburg-Casco's Friday night match up against Fox Valley Lutheran has now been moved to January 3rd.


Click on the links above to read full recaps at

Girls' basketball round-up: L-C loses, Packerland in action

Luxemburg-Casco dropped its third game of the season Thursday night while the Packerland Conference season hits the start button Friday night.


Taylor Thiry and Cassie Flynn each reached double figures, but it was not enough in the Spartans' 58-40 loss to Denmark.


Packerland Conference action tonight includes Gibraltar hosting Brillion, Kewaunee hosting Algoma, and Sevastopol traveling to Peshtigo for 7:30 p.m. starts. Southern Door's game against Oconto has been moved from Friday night at 7:30 p.m. to Saturday, December 7th at 1 p.m.

Wrestling round-up: L-C falls at home

Luxemburg-Casco dropped its Northeastern Conference wrestling opener Thursday night, falling to Denmark 37-27.


The Vikings rallied from dropping 3 of its four matches to take four straight matches, including two pins, to force the Spartans to climb up hill the rest of the meet. Collecting falls for the Spartans include Lucas Joniaux (138), Reece Worachek (195) and Easton Worachek (106). 


Find the full match recap here


All area teams will be in action tomorrow as Luxemburg-Casco hosts three other teams for dual meets beginning at 9 a.m., Southern Door does the same at Stratford for their first action of the season, and Kewaunee will join Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol in Kimberly for an 8 a.m. invitational.

Boys swimming gets first taste of competition

The boys will get their turn in the pool Friday night when they travel to Oshkosh West for an invitational.


The Door County United team will have a quick turnaround regardless of what happens Friday night as they will then travel to Plymouth for another invitational Saturday. Friday's invite begins at 6 p.m. while Saturday's starts at 10:30 a.m.



L-C dance team opens season Saturday

New routines and new outfits will be featured Saturday when the Luxemburg-Casco Dance Team takes the floor for its first competition of the season.


The dance team is slated to dance three times at this weekend's competition at Ashwaubenon. The first dance is in the hip-hop category at 9:57 a.m. followed by the kick routine at 11:51. The Spartans Dance Team concludes their day seven hours later when they compete in the poms category at 6:54 p.m. 


The team hopes to make its 15th straight appearance at the state competition this season.

Girls basketball preview: L-C looks for first win

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' basketball team hopes to help its new coach Taylor Schmidt get her first win in her young coaching career on the road Thursday night.


The Spartans travel to face Denmark for their second Northeastern Conference game and their third overall matchup this season. Tip set for 7 p.m.


Packerland Conference basketball returns Friday night.

Boys basketball preview: Packerland in action

Some of the first games in the Packerland Conference boys basketball season will take place tonight across the area.


Beginning at 7:30 p.m., Gibraltar hosts Algoma, Southern Door heads to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol makes the trip to Oconto, and Kewaunee plays at home to face Sturgeon Bay.

Wrestling Round-up: Kewaunee wins opening dual

The wrestling season on the peninsula opened on Tuesday with Kewaunee getting its first win of the season against Green Bay United.


In its 46-14 win over GBU, the Storm won nine of the 12 contested matches including six pins. The Storm heads to Kimberly for an invitational on Saturday.


Thursday night is the first dual of the season for Luxemburg-Casco as they host conference rival Denmark. The Spartans defeated the Viking 36-31 in last year's dual and outscored them in regionals to take the title. Thursday's dual begins at 6:30 p.m.

Phoenix fade away in second half

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team made a tough Xavier Musketeers sweat during its Wednesday night matchup but cooled down in the stretch in its 84-71 loss in Cincinnati.


The Phoenix were down only by three heading into the break thanks to freshman sensation Amari Davis scoring 10 of his team-high 19 points in the first half. The size of the Musketeers eventually wore down the Phoenix, who scored 40 of its 84 points in the paint and collected just shy 30 inside the paint. JayQuan McCloud added 15 points for the Phoenix, which head to Eastern Illinois this weekend to play the Panthers.



L-C Spartan Winter Sports Preview on WBDK packs Rendezvous

A packed crowd filled the Rendezvous of Luxemburg for the L-C Spartan Winter Sports Preview on WBDK 96.7 FM Wednesday night.  Coaches and dozen student-athletes from the wrestling and boys and girls basketball programs shared their goals for the upcoming seasons.  


New head coach Taylor Schmidt of the Lady Spartans started the show off as they look for their first win of the season Thursday night at Denmark.  The girls lost to powerhouse Wrightstown and Notre Dame to start out their schedule.   


Luxemburg-Casco's strong wrestling program led by head coach Chas Treml look to get back to state again after losing to Freedom in the sectional finals last year.  They open the season with a home match against highly ranked Denmark Thursday.


Coach Tyler Thrune and the boys basketball team, which opened with a big 87-55 non-conference win over Green Bay East Monday, looks to challenge for the North Eastern Conference championship this year.  



( L-R, Seniors Cassie Flynn, Heather Dart,  and Sophie Hanmann, Coach Taylor Schmidt, Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt of WBDK, photo courtesy of Bryce Piesler)  


More offense, same result for Sevastopol girls

After putting up just 18 points in their opening game, the Sevastopol High School girls basketball team notched a respectable 36 at home against Oconto Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the result was the same in both games as the Blue Devils edged the Pioneers, 43-36. Oconto shot a scorching 19-32 from the field led by Hannah Moe with 13 points as Jenna Hornblad tallied 19. 

Oconto improves to 1-0 in Packerland Conference play with Sevastopol sitting at 0-1. The Pioneers next game is on the road at Peshtigo on Friday. The Pioneers wrap up the 2019 portion of their schedule with three games in five days beginning on December 12th.


Kewaunee girls basketball bolts past Sturgeon Bay

The Kewaunee High School girls basketball team lived up to the Storm moniker Tuesday night, bolting past Sturgeon Bay 66-22. It was both the highest point total of the young season for Kewaunee and their best defensive effort. Working in the Storm's favor was the fact that Sturgeon Bay also had a game Monday against Menominee from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

Kewaunee improves to 3-0 heading into Friday's rivalry game against Algoma. Sturgeon Bay is 1-3 and travels to NEW Lutheran Friday.


Southern Door girls, boys in action Tuesday

The Southern Door High School girls basketball team could not find lift off in Tuesday night's extra frame against NEW Lutheran at home. The Eagles allowed the road squad to win its first contest of the season in overtime, 64-55. The girls are back on the court Saturday evening at Oconto. The Blue Devils picked up a win in their first Packerland game Tuesday, beating Sevastopol.

With the girls team home, the boys had to travel to Denmark to matchup with the Vikings. It was Southern Door's first game of the year while Denmark already had a win to its name and that could have proven the difference in a close contest late. Denmark knocked off Southern Door, 65-62. Overall, very similar games for both the boys and girls squads. The Southern Door boys travels to NEW Lutheran Thursday night.


Soaring Bucks at struggling Pistons Wednesday

The Milwaukee Bucks are riding a 12-game winning streak into Little Caesars Arena in Detroit Wednesday night. The team's record is up to 18-3, three games clear of a five-team log jam for second place in the Eastern Conference. Both the Bucks and the Pistons won their last game handily. Milwaukee torched the last-place New York Knicks, 132-88, Monday. Last night, the Pistons rackey-tacked Cleveland 127-94. 

Detroit has been slowed this year due to injuries to star forward Blake Griffin. Even in Tuesday's win, Griffin was on the floor for only 23 minutes. Without Griffin at full strength it is hard to imagine that the Pistons have enough fire power to hang with Milwaukee's dynamic offense. The Bucks enter the game averaging 121 points per game.


Wisconsin men in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team is back on the court Wednesday taking part in the 2019 ACC/Big Ten Challenge at NC State. After eight games between Monday and Tuesday, the conferences both have four wins. Last year's event ended in a 7-7 tie so this is nothing new for what many consider the two best conferences in college basketball. Because it is so close, the Wisconsin game may decide the result of the overall challenge. 

Wisconsin plays great defense, holding most of its opponents this year under 60 points. The problem has been on offense. That offense looked particularly stagnant last week in the Legends Classic when the Badgers dropped two games. Wisconsin will need to find improved ball movement if it hopes to steal a road game against the Wolfpack.

Spartan Winter Sports Preview at Rendezvous tonight on WBDK

Coming off a strong fall sports season, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans winter sports will be previewed for the upcoming campaign on WBDK 96.7 FM Wednesday night from the Rendezvous of Luxemburg.  Coaches and student-athletes from the boys and girls basketball programs and the wrestling squad will be featured during the show that will run from 5:30 pm until 7pm.  Taylor Schmidt will start things off as she takes over the helm as the new coach for the girls' basketball team.  Chaz Treml will follow with the Spartan wrestling program and Tyler Thrune will wrap it up with the boys' basketball squad.  The broadcast will also be streamed live on  The schedule for the evening is listed below.


5:30 pm Girls Basketball 
6:00 pm  Wrestling
6:30 pm  Boys Basketball


Girls' basketball round-up: Sturgeon Bay, L-C struggle

There is still plenty of time to get the offense right after Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay struggled to get points on the board in their losses Monday night.


Menominee (MI) hit the ground running when it got to Sturgeon Bay, winning its game 79-23.


Luxemburg-Casco could not crack double digits in either of its two halves of action it lost to Notre Dame Academy 85-14. Taylor Thiry led the team with five points in the loss.


Girls' basketball action Tuesday night is a Packerland Conference affair with Gibraltar traveling to Algoma, the Clippers playing at home against Kewaunee, Sevastopol hosting Oconto, and Southern Door battling NEW Lutheran. All of Tuesday's games begin at 7:30 p.m.

Boys' basketball round-up: L-C wins big over Green Bay East

Ryan Robillard's 29 points led the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans to its first win of the boys' basketball season, an 88-57 decision over Green Bay East.


Already leading 39-26 at the break, the Spartans poured in another 49 in the second half to add even more to their lead. Eleven of the Spartans' 12 players scored in the game, led by Robillard and 18 points from Logan Doell. The Red Devils had three players score in double figures, led by Ryon Sweeney's 15 points.


Boys' basketball action Tuesday night features Southern Door traveling to Denmark for a 7 p.m. tip.

Kewaunee wrestling opens at home

The road to a third straight Packerland Conference championship and regional championship begins on the lakeshore Tuesday night as the Kewaunee Storm wrestling team hosts Green Bay United for a dual meet.


The Storm welcome back Jack Severin, who took fourth in last season's WIAA Individual State Tournament and the Trackwrestling Preseason National Championships last month. It was a hard fought battle between the Storm and United last year with Kewaunee prevailing.


Weigh-ins begin at 5:45 p.m. with varsity wrestling beginning at 7 p.m.

Bucks topple Knicks

The Milwaukee Bucks doubled up the New York Knicks and did not look back in its 132-88 victory Monday night in Milwaukee.


Nobody played more than 23 minutes in the 44-point blowout, but that did not stop several players from having big nights. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 29 points and collected rebounds while five other players joined him in scoring in double figures. The Bucks scored more than 30 points in three of the game's four quarters, including outscoring the Knicks 33-15 in the opening frame to set the tone for the rest of the evening. Julius Randle scored 19 points for the Knicks in the loss.


The Bucks are back in action Wednesday night when they travel to face the Detroit Pistons.

Brewers roster makeover continues

The overhaul of the Milwaukee Brewers took even more shape when the team opted against offering contracts to five players that were arbitration-eligible.


While they tendered contracts to Brent Suter, Ben Gamel, Josh Hader, and Corey Knebel, the Brewers did not do the same for Tyler Saladino, Travis Shaw, Jimmy Nelson, Alex Claudio, and Junior Guerra. This comes after the Brewers traded Chase Anderson, Zach Davies, and Trent Grisham in deals last month and saw Yasmani Grandal and Mike Moustakas sign free agent contracts in recent weeks.

Boys' basketball preview: L-C in action

Luxemburg-Casco's boys' basketball team opens its season Monday night when its hosts its first of four straight home game against Green Bay East.


The Spartans will look to improve under head coach Tyler Thrune after going 10-13 last season and seeing it end in a tough overtime loss in WIAA Regional action against Green Bay West. It will have to do so with almost a completely new roster as well with eight of last year's 14 players graduating. The Spartans do return with its second-leading scorer from last year in Ryan Robillard (16.1 ppg), who was also second on the team in rebounds and assists as a sophomore. 


Tip-off is scheduled for 7:15 p.m.


Girls' basketball preview: Sturgeon Bay hosts out-of-state team

Sturgeon Bay will host a team from well outside of the area Monday night when only two local teams are in action.


The Clippers will look to build off of its 51-32 win over Lourdes Academy when it hosts Menominee (MI) this evening for 7 p.m. tip. The team has a wide range of contributors with Sarah Bridenhagen leading the team in scoring (18.0 ppg), Autumn Hacht in assists (3.0 apg), and Carley Wodack in rebounding (6.0 rpg). 


Luxemburg-Casco looks to rebound from is 82-46 loss to Wrightstown when it travels to face Notre Dame Academy. Cassie Flynn and Taylor Thiry each scored 11 points in the loss. Tip off for that game is also at 7 p.m. 

Packers rid hangover in Sunday win

The Green Bay Packers were able to get the taste of their loss to the San Francisco 49ers with a 31-13 win over the New York Giants Sunday afternoon.


The Packers defense which had struggled to cause turnovers in recent weeks forced rookie quarterback Daniel Jones into three interceptions. Aaron Rodgers was able to match his yardage total from last week by the opening moments of the second quarter while finding Davante Adams and Allen Lazard for first-quarter touchdowns. The Giants were threatening heading into the fourth quarter with the Packers holding just a 17-13 lead. Rodgers was able to put the game out of reach with a pair of touchdown passes to Adams and Marcedes Lewis to finish the day with four scores and 243 yards passing.


The Packers are back in action next Sunday afternoon when they host the Washington Redskins.

Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee open seasons with duals

The long wait for the wrestling season to start ends tomorrow when Kewaunee hosts its first dual of the season.


The Storm will match up with Green Bay United a year after it narrowly escaped Green Bay West with a 42-40 victory. Tuesday's dual begins at 7 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will open its season on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. with Denmark. 

Bucks look to extend streak against Knicks

The Milwaukee Bucks hope to make it 13 in a row when they host the New York Knicks Monday night.


Giannis Antetokounmpo usually spells trouble for Knicks, leading the Bucks to victories in nine of their last 10 games against the New York squad while averaging more than 20 points a game along the way. The Knicks are streaking as well but in the opposite direction, losing their last six games.


Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m.

High school basketball round-up: Algoma girls tops Green Bay West

The Algoma Wolves made a comeback in the second half to beat Green Bay West 46-43.


Sevastopol's offense could not solve Two Rivers' defense in the first half, being outscored 25-7 en route to a 41-18 defeat.


Southern Door saw a slim one-point deficit at halftime balloon in the second half. The Eagles were outscored 32-27 in the final frame.


The Algoma boys basketball team fell to Two Rivers, 73-38.


Full recaps available at by clicking on the links provided.



Wisconsin football wins Paul Bunyan's axe

One of the most coveted trophies in college football is heading back to Madison after the University of Wisconsin Badgers defeated Minnesota, 38-17, on Saturday evening. The elements were not a factor for the Badgers as they had a balanced offensive attack with many big plays through the air to keep Minnesota's defense guessing during the game. Quarterback Jack Coan was 15-22 for 280 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Jonathan Taylor, by comparison, scampered for 76 yards with two scores. As a team, the Badgers ran for 173.

Wisconsin's dynamic passing attack and just the right amount of trick plays helped the Badgers turn a close game at halftime into a runaway. The Badgers defense was good, forcing two turnovers that turned into points, and allowing 76 yards total on the ground. 

Not only does Wisconsin get Paul Bunyan's axe, they win the Big Ten West. That sets up a rematch against Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship Game Saturday. Wisconsin lost big in the regular-season at Columbus. The Buckeyes are undefeated and made it look easy against Michigan on the road this weekend. Ohio State put 56 points against the Wolverines. A Wisconsin victory would be an upset.

Both Phoenix teams earn big wins

The Green Bay Phoenix men's and women's teams earned big wins Saturday night to close out their Thanksgiving weekend slates.


On the women's side, the Phoenix earned their 11th win over a ranked opponent in program history, outlasting #18 Syracuse  79-73 in overtime in its final game at the Greater Victoria Invitational. Lyndsey Robson scored 13 points in  the win, but none bigger than her buzzer-beating half-court shot to force the game into the extra stanza. Caitlyn Hibner led all scorers with 30 points.


Southeast of the women's team's heroics, the Phoenix team blew past Montana State 98-72 in Bozeman. Freshman Amari Davis continued his special start to the season, scoring 28 points and collecting seven rebounds in his first start of the season. JayQuan McCloud, Cody Schwartz, Kam Hankerson, and Josh McNair each scored in double figures in the win.

"Buck Board" -- FINAL posting

The deer season finished this last Sunday with thousands taking to the woods in hopes to get a last-minute big buck or doe.


Submit your pictures to to be included on our buck board, brought to you by Lemens Hardware in Luxemburg and Konop Meats in Stangelville. 




Davis Stoffel   Sevastopol 11/28/19



Kevin Ripley near Fish Creek 11/25


Shot 12/24  Paul Schmitt in Clay Banks




Shot 11/25 by Chase Bjarnarson on Washington Island 



Shot 11/25 by Tod Jorgensen & Mort Jorgensen on Washington Island




Tom Jerabek of  Kewaunee 10 pt 6 miles south of sturgeon bay last sunday

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