Sports Archives for 2020-01

Girls' basketball round-up: Gibraltar beats Sturgeon Bay

The Gibraltar Vikings doubled up their southern neighbors in Sturgeon Bay 52-24 in the other local girls' basketball game to take place Thursday night.

 

The Vikings had three players reach double figures in the win with Abbi Sitte and Sage Krause each scoring 12 points and Maggie Moroney adding another 11 points. Sarah Bridenhagen scored 10 points for the Clippers in the loss.

 

Both teams are back in action Friday night as the Vikings pay Kewaunee a visit and the Clippers travel to Oconto for 7:30 tip-offs. Southern Door will play at Peshtigo beginning at 7:00 p.m. and Algoma will battle NEW Lutheran in Green Bay at 7:30 p.m.

Boys' basketball round-up: Big nights for Claflin and Daoust spoiled

Ryan Claflin and Alex Daoust combined to score 51 points, but it was not enough as Southern Door fell to Roncalli 83-76 on the road in boys' basketball action.

 

Daoust scored 26 points while Claflin chipped in another 25 points in the loss as the pair combined to knock down seven three-pointers. 

 

Algoma played their visitors from Green Bay close, but lost to NEW Lutheran 80-74. 

 

Games taking place on Friday include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Oconto for a 6 p.m. start and Luxemburg-Casco playing on the road at Clintonville at 7 p.m.

Borseth gets 500th in Phoenix win

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team's 68-59 victory at Wright State Thursday night was a streak buster and a history maker.

 

A close game throughout the evening, the Phoenix pulled away in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Raiders 20-13 in the frame. Frankie Wurtz led the Phoenix with 27 points as two other players scored in the double figures. The game not only broke a three-game losing streak to the defending conference champions but clinched the 500th win in Kevin Borseth's Division 1 coaching career.

 

The Phoenix women will head south to try and bolster their current second position in the conference with a game at Northern Kentucky on Saturday. The Phoenix men also play Northern Kentucky in a nationally-televised matchup from the Kress Center at 8 p.m.


Lady Spartans fall just short to Foxes on WBDK

A potential game-tying last second, desperation half-court shot fell just short as the final chapter of the old gymnasium was written Thursday night in Luxemburg as the Lady Spartans fell to the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes 62-59.  The end of an era of Luxemburg-Casco games played in the gym known as "The Pit" was a close game throughout the first half as the Spartans rallied from a six-point deficit to tie the game 24-24 at intermission.  Both teams turned the ball over frequently and the Spartans had a hard time controlling a quicker and faster Foxes team.  The Spartans fell behind by as many as 10 points in the second half only to rally again and cut the lead to 2 points with :04 left.  After the Foxes' Madison Jacobson made a free throw, the Spartans had a chance when she missed the second one.  McKenna Gmeider's half-court heave at the buzzer came up just short brushing the net and the Foxes held on for the victory.  Fox Valley Lutheran was led by freshman Emily Jaenke who scored 17 points.  Luxemburg-Casco (4-9, 4-12 overall) were led by Taylor Thiry with 21 points and Lauren Adams who scored 15 of her 17 points in the second half to keep the Spartans close.  The Lady Spartans will now open the historic first game in the new gym next Tuesday against Clintonville.  Pregame will be at 7 pm and tip at 7:15 pm on WBDK 96.7 FM as well as streamed live on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

(photos courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

 

Kewaunee wins third straight wrestling crown on 104.1 WRLU

The Kewaunee Storm won five of the last six matches by pin to beat Southern Door 51-24 to win its third straight Packerland title.

 

The dual went back in forth in the early going with the score tied at 21-21 before the fateful stretch. Logan Steinhorst started the evening with a 9-4 decision over Griffin Slezewski before Kyle Conard answered the bell with a pin at 138 pounds. Mitchell Thompson and Mason Jeanquart each picked up victories before the Eagles picked up points thanks to forfeit to Cody Nellis and a first period pin at 170 pounds for Grant Englebert over Ezra Ducat. After Logan Kubetz got a pin at 182 pounds for the Storm, Riley Phillips won a thrilling match in the final moments 10-8 to knot things up for the Eagles. Alec Guilette provided the last win for the Eagles with 113 pounds with Jason Reinke (220lbs), Jacob VanGoethem (285 lbs), Matt Wery (106 lbs), Max  Severin (120 lbs), and Jack Severin (126 lbs) closing out the evening with pins. 

 

It was the Eagles' final dual meet of the regular season while Kewaunee will face Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol for its final Packerland matchup. In other wrestling action Thursday night, Luxemburg-Casco demolished Fox Valley Lutheran 73-3.

 

 

 

 

Southern Door ice fishing club hooks students

Southern Door High School is following in the footsteps of other schools in expanding the number of outdoor sports activities available to students through clubs. According to Southern Door County Business Association President Roger Cherney it has been a grassroots movement.

 


This past fall, Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door added fishing teams. L-C’s is focused more on competition and, come spring and summer, they’ll be participating in various sanctioned tournaments. 


Cherney says Southern Door followed a different model set out by Sturgeon Bay High School when the Clippers created their own ice fishing club two years ago. Cherney has a nephew in that club and he used family conversations as the basis for how Southern Door’s club would be organized. Cherney was on-hand for the inaugural Southern Door Ice Fishing Tournament at Idlewild Golf Course along with Principal Steve Bousley. Not only was the event a success, one of the three teams participating was Sturgeon Bay so Southern Door could measure exactly how the Eagles stack up in their inaugural year. 


Cherney and Bousley both want to add open water fishing to the club’s roster of events come the spring time. Then they can begin focusing on competitive results. Over 20 students are part of the club this year.

 

Boys' basketball preview: Algoma, Southern Door in action

Only two Packerland Conference teams are in action Thursday night as the season sits on the doorstep of its final month.

 

Southern Door will take a break from conference action to face Roncalli at Eagles Gymnasium in Brussels. The Eagles, led by top scorer Ryan Claflin (22.6 ppg), have won four of their last five including a 71-51 decision against Oconto earlier this week. The Jets got back on track with a win against Brillion earlier this week after concluding a 10-game winning streak with two consecutive losses.

 

Algoma will try for its first conference win of the season at home when it welcomes NEW Lutheran a couple of days earlier than originally scheduled. The Wolves and the Blazers are both coming off losses their last time out on the floor. 

 

Both games start at 7:30 p.m.

Door County United hosts swim meet

For the first time this season, the Door County United swim team will welcome competition to its home pool instead of traveling to it on Thursday night.

 

Made up of the county's four mainland schools, Door County United will host a triangular meet with Kiel and Two Rivers at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA beginning at 6 p.m. It ends a long layoff from competition for Door County United after they were force to withdraw from the Sheboygan South Invitational due to unsafe road conditions. Two Rivers was their last opponent January 16th.

Lady Spartans close out old gym against Foxes on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' basketball team will play the final varsity basketball game in the old gym Thursday night in Luxemburg against the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes.  The girls will be moving over to the new gym next Tuesday when they play Clintonville in a game that will also be broadcast on 96.7FM WBDK.  The Lady Spartans (4-8, 4-11 overall) are coming off a 66-63 victory over Waupaca Monday night that saw Lauren Adams and Taylor Thiry score 20 points each to lead the Spartans.   The Foxes (3-8, 4-10 overall) fell to Oconto Falls 58-37 on Monday.   Pregame for Thursday night's game will start at 7 pm will tip-off scheduled for 7:15 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call that will also be streamed live on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

 

In other local girls' basketball action, Sturgeon Bay will travel to Gibraltar for a 7:30 p.m. in a makeup contest.

Southern Door, Kewaunee battle for Packerland crown on 104.1 WRLU

It is down to two teams for the Packerland Conference wrestling crown when Kewaunee welcomes Southern Door Thursday night.

 

Both teams are undefeated in Packerland Conference duals this season with the Storm still having to face Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol next week at home to close out the dual season. The Storm and the Eagles also each competed at Saturday's invitational at Sheboygan North. For the Storm, Jack Severin won his weight class while Logan Steinhorst (2nd place), Matt Wery (7th place), Max Severin (4th place), Mitchell Thompson (5th Place), Jason Reinke (4th place) and Jacob VanGoethem (7th place) also reached the podium. The Eagles brought an abbreviated line up to the tournament with Grant Englebert pacing the team with a 3rd place finish. Brodie Overbeck (5th), Kyle Conard (6th), and Griffin Slezewski (6th) also placed. This is the second straight year the conference title has been on the line heading into the dual with Kewaunee winning last year's match-up 53-18.

 

Tim Kowols will have the call from Kewaunee on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the prematch show followed by the first whistle at 7 p.m. In other local wrestling action, the Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team looks to end its dual meet season on a high note when it travels to Fox Valley Lutheran Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.

Spartan wrestling falls to Coleman

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team lost to the Coleman Tigers 44-26 Tuesday night in Luxemburg.  The Spartans won with a fall in the 182 weight as Reece Worachek pinned Colby Den Ruyter at the 4:47 mark, but it was not enough as Coleman claimed 9 of the 14 weight classes.  The full results are listed below. 

 

 

 

Coleman @ Luxemburg-Casco on 01/28/2020.

Coleman (COL) 44.0 Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 26.0
138: Lucas Joniaux (LUCA) over Karson Casper (COL) (Dec 7-2) 145: Sam Kuchta (COL) over Tristan Thiry (LUCA) (MD 10-2) 152: Jakob Horton (COL) over Isaac Blohowiak (LUCA) (Fall 3:18) 160: Tyler Blanchard (COL) over Ethan Jerabek (LUCA) (Fall 0:46) 170: Cole Klimek (COL) over Collin Schroeder (LUCA) (Fall 2:33) 182: Reece Worachek (LUCA) over Coby Den Ruyter (COL) (Fall 4:47) 195: Jonathon  Bieber (COL) over Joseph Chervenka (LUCA) (Fall 3:35) 220: Shamus  McLain (COL) over Travis LeGrave (LUCA) (MD 11-0) 285: Kyle Kroll (LUCA) over Spencer  Karban (COL) (SV-1 3-1) 106: Easton Worachek (LUCA) over John Nowak (COL) (TF 15-0 3:24) 113: Ray LeMieux (COL) over Tyler Derenne (LUCA) (Fall 0:32) 120: Hunter Joniaux (LUCA) over Chance Gruber (COL) (Dec 4-2) 126: Luke Shefchik (LUCA) over   (COL) (For.) 132: Will Bieber (COL) over   (LUCA) (For.)

You can find more details regarding this dual using the following link.

https://www.trackwrestling.com/tw/seasons/LoadBalance.jsp?pageName=DualMatches.jsp&dualId=5038208132

Sevastopol boys bitten by Peshtigo

The Sevastopol High School boys basketball team came up short at Peshtigo Tuesday night, 58-36. The Bulldog defense proved to have a lot of bite, particularly in the first half when the Pioneers managed only 13 points. 

 

Josh Pfeiger led the way with 10 outscoring even Robby Pollman who was limited to nine points as he was the focus of Peshtigo’s defensive scheme. Sevastopol’s next game is Saturday against Living Word Lutheran.

Luxemburg-Casco boys dominate Marinette

Something was in the water Tuesday as the Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball team joined Kewaunee in putting up video game numbers offensively. The Spartans lit into Marinette on the road, winning 95-53. 


Luxemburg-Casco has won three in a row and the schedule says that could balloon to a lot more over the coming weeks. The only true hurdle is Friday’s game at Clintonville. The Truckers are 8-3 in the North Eastern Conference, a game ahead of the Spartans for third place in league play.

 

Gibraltar boys fall to St Mary's Springs Tuesday

The Gibraltar High School boys basketball team had the unenviable task of traveling down to Fond du Lac Tuesday night. The Vikings, to their credit, didn’t leave their game on the bus. They hung with St. Mary’s Springs, losing 65-55. Gibraltar was led by Luke Steebs who cracked the 20-point mark for the second consecutive game. Steebs’ 23 was backed up with 16 points from Sam Lindenberg. 


Gibraltar’s next game is Saturday against Kewaunee in Fish Creek.

 

Kewaunee boys unleash offensive explosion

It has not been the best of seasons for Algoma High School boys basketball and facing a Kewaunee team that had just suffered its first conference defeat would be a tough draw for any team. On Tuesday night, the Storm unleashed a downpour drowning the Wolves with an offensive outburst unmatched so far this year. Kewaunee hit the century mark in a 100-56 victory.

 

To put that in perspective, no game featuring Kewaunee has had a team make it to 100 points in the past decade, perhaps ever. Notre Dame Academy scored 94 versus Kewaunee in November 2012. Kewaunee is off until Saturday when they travel to Gibraltar. The Vikings will be hoping that the Storm have cooled off a bit by then.

Southern Door boys strong in win over Oconto

Southern Door High School boys basketball rolled Tuesday night, including 42 in the second half, as they knocked off Oconto 71-51. Ryan Claflin was kept quiet in the last game against NEW Lutheran allowing Alex Daoust to go off. Tuesday was the opposite. Claflin shined with 30 points. He was backed up by Nate Everard’s 13 and Daoust’s 11 points. 


Southern Door has bounced back from a tough one-point loss against Kewaunee to win their last two contests by 20. They will need every bit of that momentum as they head into a grueling stretch. In addition to games against Peshtigo, Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee still on the calendar, Southern Door gets Roncalli and Luxemburg-Casco in non-conference play. The Eagles take the court against the Jets Thursday in Brussels.

 

No letdown for Sturgeon Bay boys

Coming off a huge home victory against Kewaunee High School to claim a tie at the top of the Packerland standings last Friday, Sturgeon Bay fans were on letdown alert. They didn’t have to worry. The Clipper boys won on the road, 60-49, against NEW Lutheran in Green Bay.


Sturgeon Bay had to withstand a game-high 27 points from NEW’s Marshal Bukowski for the win. Seventeen of Bukowski’s points came in the second half. The Clippers featured their normal one-two punch. Jake Schneider netted 21 points and Gunnar Tebon added 17. 


Sturgeon Bay improves to 10-3 overall, 9-1 in the Packerland Conference. Their next game is Saturday at Oconto.

 

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling hosts Coleman

Two of the top teams in the state will be in Luxemburg-Casco Tuesday night as the Spartans wrestling team hosts Coleman.

 

The Spartans are ranked #4 in the state in Division 2 after falling to Wrightstown in a conference dual meet last week. The Cougars have held onto their #1 ranking for much of the season after winning its dual last week against Ashwaubenon, currently ranked 12th in the state by WIWrestling.com. Coleman holds a 13-6 advantage in ranked wrestlers heading into the dual, which begins at 6:30 p.m.

Girls' basketball round-up: Southern Door, Kewaunee collect big victories

Southern Door and Kewaunee were able to cruise to victories in local girls' basketball action Monday night.

 

Southern Door won its second straight game with a 63-35 win over Oconto.

 

Kewaunee continued its perfect season with a 55-27 win over Algoma.

 

Luxemburg-Casco held off Waupaca for a 66-63 victory.

 

 

 

 

Boys' basketball round-up: Gibraltar tops Oneida Nation

The Gibraltar Vikings pulled away in the second half to beat Oneida Nation 69-57.

 

Up by only four points at the break, the Vikings outscored the Eagles 36-28 in the second half to secure their fourth win of the season. Three Vikings players scored in double figures for the Vikings, led by Luke Steebs with 14 points. The Vikings hit eight three-pointers in the game with Marcus Reinhardt drilling four of them.

 

The rest of the area's boys' basketball games will take place Tuesday night with Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Marinette for a 7:15 p.m. tip, Sevastopol hitting the road to Peshtigo, Kewaunee hosting Algoma, Southern Door playing at Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay battling NEW Lutheran in Green Bay. Packerland Conference games begin at 7:30 p.m. The Vikings will play its second game in as many days when it travels to St. Mary's Springs for a 7:15 p.m. tip.

 

 

Door County Classic lives up to name

Over 20 teams from across the state and upper Michigan will converge on Sturgeon Bay this Saturday for the 13th Dirk Sorenson Door County Classic.

 

Freedom, Milwaukee Marshall, Two Rivers, Valders, Wrightstown are just some of the teams coming into Sturgeon Bay for the tournament, with some of the best wrestlers in the state in tow. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol head coach Trevor Hasenjager says it is a nice tune-up for teams before WIAA regional tournament takes place two weeks later.

 

 

The Dirk Sorenson Door County Classic begins with weigh-ins at 6 a.m. Saturday.

Bucks return home to face Wizards

After winning its French rendezvous with the Charlotte Hornets last week, the Milwaukee Bucks return home Tuesday night to face the Washington Wizards.

 

Its 116-103 win over the Hornets made the Bucks the first team in the NBA season to reach the 40-win plateau. The Wizards come into the game with a 15-30 record, winning just twice in their last five games. Their defense will surely be under the microscope after giving up 152 points to Atlanta on Sunday.

 

The Bucks go for number nine in a row at the Fiserv Forum at 7 p.m.

Southern Door hosts youth wrestling tourney

Dozens of the team from around northeast Wisconsin spent their Sunday wrestling in the Eagle Gymnasium in the Southern Door Youth Wrestling Tournament. Southern Door, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and Luxemburg-Casco were just some of the youth programs taking advantage of the opportunity. Below are the results.

 

Photo from Southern Door Wrestling Facebook page

 

 

2020 Southern Door Youth Wrestling Tournament Results for Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl

2013-15 34-38

Blake Solchenberger's place is 1st and has scored 16.0 team points.

Round 1 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Luke Bellin (Southern Door) (Fall 0:45)

Round 2 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) (Fall 0:17)

Round 3 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 0:43)

2013-15 34-38

Delilah Boulanger's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) won by major decision over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 11-1)

Round 2 - Luke Bellin (Southern Door) won by decision over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 11-4)

Round 3 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 0:43)

2013-15 39-40

Calin Kollross's place is 1st and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Calin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Charlie Rouer (Southern Door) (Fall 0:10)

Round 2 - Calin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Elijah DuBois (Southern Door) (Fall 0:16)

2013-15 43-46

Ryker DuChateau's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Dec 6-1)

Round 2 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 10-4)

Round 3 - Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by major decision over Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 12-4)

2013-15 43-46

Colton Puissant's place is 1st and has scored 10.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) (Dec 8-2)

Round 2 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 10-4)

Round 3 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Dec 0-0)

2013-15 61-72

McCoy Harmann's place is 1st and has scored 12.0 team points.

Round 1 - McCoy Harmann (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Ezra Stutting (Southern Door) (Dec 8-2)

Round 2 - McCoy Harmann (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over McCoy Grovogel (Southern Door) (Fall 2:43)

Round 3 - McCoy Harmann (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Jaydn Barrett (Ashwaubenon) (Dec 11-7)

2011-12 50-52

Wyatt Boulanger's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Keny Lynch (Southern Door) won by decision over Wyatt Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 13-11)

Round 2 - Olivia Lauder (De Pere) won by fall over Wyatt Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 0:33)

Round 3 - Wyatt Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Coltin Downing (Southern Door) (Dec 12-9)

2011-12 51-54

Jordy Routhieaux's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jordy Routhieaux (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Sawyer Doucha (Mishicot Wrestling) (Fall 0:43)

Round 2 - Jordy Routhieaux (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Lukas Cortes (West De Pere YOUTH Wrestling) (Dec 7-2)

Round 3 - Oliver Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Jordy Routhieaux (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 6-0)

2011-12 60-62

Braydin Kollross's place is 2nd and has scored 11.0 team points.

Round 1 - Braydin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Easton Fellner (SBS) (Fall 2:00)

Round 2 - Braydin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Jiohnni Oberleitner (Southern Door) (Fall 2:35)

Round 3 - Kutter Preslaski (Pulaski) won by fall over Braydin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 1:36)

2009-10 57-58

Will Vanden Langenberg's place is 3rd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Will Vanden Langenberg (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Leathem Vogel (SBS) (Fall 1:51)

Round 2 - Colton Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Will Vanden Langenberg (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 1:57)

Round 3 - Olivia Barto (NMU angry fish) won by major decision over Will Vanden Langenberg (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 8-0)

2009-10 58-62

Coy Anderson's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Coy Anderson (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Teagan Turk (XFactor Elite) (Dec 10-3)

Round 2 - Coy Anderson (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by injury default over Camron Adams (Preble youth) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 3 - Johann Lauder (De Pere) won by fall over Coy Anderson (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 0:50)

2009-10 70-75

Hayden Falish's place is 4th and has scored 1.0 team points.

Round 1 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by major decision over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 10-2)

Round 2 - Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 1:27)

Round 3 - Gabriel Hankins (SBS) won by decision over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 2-0)

Round 4 - Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) received a bye () (Bye)

2009-10 70-75

Mason Boulanger's place is 2nd and has scored 8.0 team points.

Round 2 - Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 1:27)

Round 3 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by major decision over Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 9-0)

Round 4 - Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Gabriel Hankins (SBS) (Dec 6-2)

Round 5 - Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) received a bye () (Bye)

2005-06 117-123

Colton Falish's place is 2nd and has scored 7.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Zachary Grosbeier (Southern Door) (Dec 8-3)

Round 2 - Colton Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Cash Nellis (Southern Door) (Dec 5-2)

Round 3 - Levi Nemec (Peshtigo) won by decision over Colton Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 7-6)

2020 Southern Door Youth Wrestling Tournament Results for Southern Door

2013-15 32-37

Payton Jeanquart's place is 1st and has scored 15.5 team points.

Round 1 - Payton Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by tech fall over Haven Havlovitz (Denmark) (TF 18-1)

Round 2 - Payton Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Ryder Routhieaux (Southern Door) (Fall 0:49)

Round 3 - Payton Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Code Van Egeren (XFactor Elite) (Fall 0:21)

2013-15 32-37

Ryder Routhieaux's place is 3rd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ryder Routhieaux (Southern Door) won by fall over Code Van Egeren (XFactor Elite) (Fall 0:25)

Round 2 - Payton Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Ryder Routhieaux (Southern Door) (Fall 0:49)

Round 3 - Haven Havlovitz (Denmark) won by fall over Ryder Routhieaux (Southern Door) (Fall 2:18)

2013-15 34-38

Luke Bellin's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Luke Bellin (Southern Door) (Fall 0:45)

Round 2 - Luke Bellin (Southern Door) won by decision over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 11-4)

Round 3 - Luke Bellin (Southern Door) won by fall over Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) (Fall 0:56)

2013-15 34-38

Eastin Micolichek's place is 3rd and has scored 5.0 team points.

Round 1 - Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) won by major decision over Delilah Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 11-1)

Round 2 - Blake Solchenberger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) (Fall 0:17)

Round 3 - Luke Bellin (Southern Door) won by fall over Eastin Micolichek (Southern Door) (Fall 0:56)

2013-15 39-40

Elijah DuBois's place is 2nd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 2 - Calin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Elijah DuBois (Southern Door) (Fall 0:16)

Round 3 - Elijah DuBois (Southern Door) won by fall over Charlie Rouer (Southern Door) (Fall 0:12)

2013-15 39-40

Charlie Rouer's place is 3rd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Calin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Charlie Rouer (Southern Door) (Fall 0:10)

Round 3 - Elijah DuBois (Southern Door) won by fall over Charlie Rouer (Southern Door) (Fall 0:12)

2013-15 43-46

Delencey DuBois's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Dec 6-1)

Round 2 - Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) received a bye Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Bye)

Round 3 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Dec 0-0)

2013-15 43-46

Flynn Jeanquart's place is 2nd and has scored 8.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Puissant (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) (Dec 8-2)

Round 2 - Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) received a bye Delencey DuBois (Southern Door) (Bye)

Round 3 - Flynn Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by major decision over Ryker DuChateau (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 12-4)

2013-15 49-50

Jackson Bellin's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Clay Ducat (Mishicot Wrestling) won by fall over Jackson Bellin (Southern Door) (Fall 0:59)

Round 2 - Jaxson Rozmiarek-Kostichka (Seymour) won by major decision over Jackson Bellin (Southern Door) (Maj 14-0)

Round 3 - Chet Barto (NMU angry fish) won by fall over Jackson Bellin (Southern Door) (Fall 1:37)

2013-15 51-56

Wyatt Jeanquart's place is 3rd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Hudson Greenwood (Mishicot Wrestling) won by fall over Wyatt Jeanquart (Southern Door) (Fall 0:22)

Round 2 - Wyatt Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Ryan Stauber (Southern Door) (Fall 0:39)

Round 3 - Krew Leisgang (Seymour) won by fall over Wyatt Jeanquart (Southern Door) (Fall 2:15)

2013-15 51-56

Ryan Stauber's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Krew Leisgang (Seymour) won by fall over Ryan Stauber (Southern Door) (Fall 0:31)

Round 2 - Wyatt Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Ryan Stauber (Southern Door) (Fall 0:39)

Round 3 - Hudson Greenwood (Mishicot Wrestling) won by fall over Ryan Stauber (Southern Door) (Fall 0:17)

2013-15 61-72

Ezra Stutting's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - McCoy Harmann (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Ezra Stutting (Southern Door) (Dec 8-2)

Round 2 - Ezra Stutting (Southern Door) won by fall over Jaydn Barrett (Ashwaubenon) (Fall 0:48)

Round 3 - McCoy Grovogel (Southern Door) won by decision over Ezra Stutting (Southern Door) (Dec 9-4)

2013-15 61-72

McCoy Grovogel's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jaydn Barrett (Ashwaubenon) won by fall over McCoy Grovogel (Southern Door) (Fall 2:42)

Round 2 - McCoy Harmann (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over McCoy Grovogel (Southern Door) (Fall 2:43)

Round 3 - McCoy Grovogel (Southern Door) won by decision over Ezra Stutting (Southern Door) (Dec 9-4)

2011-12 47-51

Jonah LeFevre's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Noah Miller (Mishicot Wrestling) won by major decision over Jonah LeFevre (Southern Door) (Maj 12-4)

Round 2 - Jonah LeFevre (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Jonah LeFevre (Southern Door) won by fall over Emma Cornette (Southern Door) (Fall 0:59)

2011-12 47-51

Emma Cornette's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Emma Cornette (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Noah Miller (Mishicot Wrestling) won by fall over Emma Cornette (Southern Door) (Fall 0:20)

Round 3 - Jonah LeFevre (Southern Door) won by fall over Emma Cornette (Southern Door) (Fall 0:59)

2011-12 50-52

Coltin Downing's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Olivia Lauder (De Pere) won by fall over Coltin Downing (Southern Door) (Fall 2:23)

Round 2 - Coltin Downing (Southern Door) won by fall over Keny Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 2:32)

Round 3 - Wyatt Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Coltin Downing (Southern Door) (Dec 12-9)

2011-12 50-52

Keny Lynch's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Keny Lynch (Southern Door) won by decision over Wyatt Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 13-11)

Round 2 - Coltin Downing (Southern Door) won by fall over Keny Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 2:32)

Round 3 - Olivia Lauder (De Pere) won by fall over Keny Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 0:14)

2011-12 51-54

Oliver Wilke's place is 1st and has scored 14.0 team points.

Round 1 - Oliver Wilke (Southern Door) won by fall over Lukas Cortes (West De Pere YOUTH Wrestling) (Fall 1:43)

Round 2 - Oliver Wilke (Southern Door) won by fall over Sawyer Doucha (Mishicot Wrestling) (Fall 1:50)

Round 3 - Oliver Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Jordy Routhieaux (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 6-0)

2011-12 55-58

Peter Bloniarz's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Dyllon Klarner (Denmark) won by decision over Peter Bloniarz (Southern Door) (Dec 12-8)

Round 2 - Peter Bloniarz (Southern Door) won by decision over Lucas Rouer (Southern Door) (Dec 10-4)

Round 3 - Peter Bloniarz (Southern Door) won by fall over Parker Ullman (Manitowoc Lutheran) (Fall 0:34)

2011-12 55-58

Lucas Rouer's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Lucas Rouer (Southern Door) won by decision over Parker Ullman (Manitowoc Lutheran) (Dec 6-2)

Round 2 - Peter Bloniarz (Southern Door) won by decision over Lucas Rouer (Southern Door) (Dec 10-4)

Round 3 - Dyllon Klarner (Denmark) won by decision over Lucas Rouer (Southern Door) (Dec 5-3)

2011-12 57-58

Eli Konrad's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ryleigh Bragenzer (NMU angry fish) won by major decision over Eli Konrad (Southern Door) (Maj 12-4)

Round 2 - Eli Konrad (Southern Door) won by decision over Brennan Baun (Southern Door) (Dec 11-4)

Round 3 - Ben Huntley (Kaukauna) won by decision over Eli Konrad (Southern Door) (Dec 2-0)

2011-12 57-58

Brennan Baun's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Ben Huntley (Kaukauna) won by decision over Brennan Baun (Southern Door) (Dec 7-0)

Round 2 - Eli Konrad (Southern Door) won by decision over Brennan Baun (Southern Door) (Dec 11-4)

Round 3 - Ryleigh Bragenzer (NMU angry fish) won by fall over Brennan Baun (Southern Door) (Fall 1:08)

2011-12 60-62

Jiohnni Oberleitner's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Kutter Preslaski (Pulaski) won by fall over Jiohnni Oberleitner (Southern Door) (Fall 0:42)

Round 2 - Braydin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Jiohnni Oberleitner (Southern Door) (Fall 2:35)

Round 3 - Easton Fellner (SBS) won by decision over Jiohnni Oberleitner (Southern Door) (Dec 7-6)

2011-12 68-74

Michael Bailey's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Blake Sherman (Peshtigo) won by decision over Michael Bailey (Southern Door) (Dec 9-3)

Round 2 - Alois Knox Leisgang (Seymour) won by fall over Michael Bailey (Southern Door) (Fall 2:18)

Round 3 - Eli Driedric (Cardinal Kids) won by forfeit over Michael Bailey (Southern Door) (FF)

2011-12 127-136

Aiden Delfosse's place is 1st and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Aiden Delfosse (Southern Door) won by fall over Jackson Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:10)

Round 2 - Aiden Delfosse (Southern Door) won by fall over Riley Miller (Denmark) (Fall 1:27)

2011-12 127-136

Jackson Krueger's place is 3rd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Aiden Delfosse (Southern Door) won by fall over Jackson Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:10)

Round 3 - Riley Miller (Denmark) won by fall over Jackson Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:23)

2009-10 57-58

Colton Valley's place is 1st and has scored 14.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Valley (Southern Door) won by decision over Olivia Barto (NMU angry fish) (Dec 5-4)

Round 2 - Colton Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Will Vanden Langenberg (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Fall 1:57)

Round 3 - Colton Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Leathem Vogel (SBS) (Fall 2:22)

2009-10 60-68

Clark LeFevre's place is 2nd and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Clark LeFevre (Southern Door) won in double overtime over Cain Valadez (Ashwaubenon) (2-OT 5-2)

Round 2 - Aj Woerpel (XFactor Elite) won by major decision over Clark LeFevre (Southern Door) (Maj 13-3)

Round 3 - Clark LeFevre (Southern Door) won by fall over Caeden Baker (Pulaski) (Fall 0:57)

2009-10 70-75

Austin Ferron's place is 1st and has scored 12.0 team points.

Round 1 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by major decision over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 10-2)

Round 2 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by major decision over Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Maj 9-0)

Round 5 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by decision over Gabriel Hankins (SBS) (Dec 2-0)

2009-10 70-77

Chance Dekeyser's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Caleb Nault (SBS) won by major decision over Chance Dekeyser (Southern Door) (Maj 14-6)

Round 2 - Levi Mommaerts (Oconto Falls/Abrams) won by fall over Chance Dekeyser (Southern Door) (Fall 0:37)

Round 3 - Chance Dekeyser (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Hailey Veeser's place is unknown and has scored 0.0 team points.

2007-08 68-69

Tucker Cornette's place is 1st and has scored 7.0 team points.

Round 2 - Tucker Cornette (Southern Door) won by fall over Jaycee Mullins (Peshtigo) (Fall 0:22)

Round 3 - Tucker Cornette (Southern Door) won by decision over Jack Walker (De Pere) (Dec 5-3)

2007-08 73-80

Gavin Geisel's place is 1st and has scored 11.5 team points.

Round 1 - Gavin Geisel (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 2 - Gavin Geisel (Southern Door) won by tech fall over Benjamin Fagan (Manitowoc Lutheran) (TF 15-0)

Round 3 - Gavin Geisel (Southern Door) won by decision over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) (Dec 8-4)

2007-08 73-80

Lukas Kallin's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Benjamin Fagan (Manitowoc Lutheran) won by decision over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) (Dec 4-0)

Round 2 - Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Gavin Geisel (Southern Door) won by decision over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) (Dec 8-4)

2007-08 84-87

Braden Baun's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Braden Baun (Southern Door) won by decision over Layla Stai (SBS) (Dec 8-4)

Round 2 - Easton Pollock (De Pere) won by decision over Braden Baun (Southern Door) (Dec 8-3)

Round 3 - Nora LeFevre (Southern Door) won by fall over Braden Baun (Southern Door) (Fall 1:59)

2007-08 84-87

Nora LeFevre's place is 1st and has scored 12.0 team points.

Round 1 - Nora LeFevre (Southern Door) won by decision over Easton Pollock (De Pere) (Dec 4-3)

Round 2 - Nora LeFevre (Southern Door) won by decision over Layla Stai (SBS) (Dec 6-2)

Round 3 - Nora LeFevre (Southern Door) won by fall over Braden Baun (Southern Door) (Fall 1:59)

2007-08 84-89

Trevin Veeser's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Rex Helms (Bay Port/Titletown Wrestling) won by decision over Trevin Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 7-1)

Round 2 - Alois Schlumpf (Upper Level) won by decision over Trevin Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 6-0)

Round 3 - Zach Sherman (Peshtigo) won by fall over Trevin Veeser (Southern Door) (Fall 0:30)

2007-08 93-100

Lance Veeser's place is 3rd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Cruz Anschutz (Southern Door) won by decision over Lance Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 7-4)

Round 2 - Lance Veeser (Southern Door) won by fall over Issac Bauduin (Southern Door) (Fall 2:49)

Round 3 - Cole Bartlein (BayPort/Titletown WC) won by major decision over Lance Veeser (Southern Door) (Maj 14-0)

2007-08 93-100

Issac Bauduin's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Cole Bartlein (BayPort/Titletown WC) won by fall over Issac Bauduin (Southern Door) (Fall 1:32)

Round 2 - Lance Veeser (Southern Door) won by fall over Issac Bauduin (Southern Door) (Fall 2:49)

Round 3 - Cruz Anschutz (Southern Door) won by decision over Issac Bauduin (Southern Door) (Dec 11-4)

2007-08 93-100

Cruz Anschutz's place is 2nd and has scored 7.0 team points.

Round 1 - Cruz Anschutz (Southern Door) won by decision over Lance Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 7-4)

Round 2 - Cole Bartlein (BayPort/Titletown WC) won by major decision over Cruz Anschutz (Southern Door) (Maj 13-0)

Round 3 - Cruz Anschutz (Southern Door) won by decision over Issac Bauduin (Southern Door) (Dec 11-4)

2007-08 100-108

Dylan Kaye's place is 2nd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Dylan Kaye (Southern Door) won by fall over Mason Paye (Southern Door) (Fall 2:32)

Round 3 - Ethan DeNamur (SBS) won by decision over Dylan Kaye (Southern Door) (Dec 7-1)

2007-08 100-108

Mason Paye's place is 3rd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Dylan Kaye (Southern Door) won by fall over Mason Paye (Southern Door) (Fall 2:32)

Round 2 - Ethan DeNamur (SBS) won by decision over Mason Paye (Southern Door) (Dec 4-0)

2007-08 117-127

Ryanna Magliaro's place is 5th and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Braden Lewis (Appleton North Youth) won by fall over Ryanna Magliaro (Southern Door) (Fall 2:44)

Round 2 - Cole Berth (Peshtigo) won by injury default over Ryanna Magliaro (Southern Door) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 3 - Nathaniel Ullman (Manitowoc Lutheran) won by injury default over Ryanna Magliaro (Southern Door) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 4 - Sydney Turner (SBS) won by injury default over Ryanna Magliaro (Southern Door) (Inj. 0:00)

2007-08 132-145

Hailey Veeser's place is 2nd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) won by decision over Tiani Lemieux (SBS) (Dec 5-2)

Round 2 - Tiani Lemieux (SBS) won by fall over Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) (Fall 0:56)

Round 3 - Tiani Lemieux (SBS) won by decision over Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 7-2)

2005-06 80-93

Ethan Alexander's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Bob Huntley (Kaukauna) won by fall over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) (Fall 3:51)

Round 2 - Caleb Umentum (Edison) won by fall over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) (Fall 0:48)

Round 3 - Nevin Michlig (Abby-Colby) won by fall over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) (Fall 1:12)

2005-06 100-113

Jerek Valley's place is 1st and has scored 14.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jerek Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Harlee Mendoza (SBS) (Fall 2:52)

Round 2 - Jerek Valley (Southern Door) won by decision over Lucas Conard (Southern Door) (Dec 4-1)

Round 3 - Jerek Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Jada Mullins (Peshtigo) (Fall 2:46)

2005-06 100-113

Lucas Conard's place is 2nd and has scored 10.0 team points.

Round 1 - Lucas Conard (Southern Door) won by major decision over Jada Mullins (Peshtigo) (Maj 8-0)

Round 2 - Jerek Valley (Southern Door) won by decision over Lucas Conard (Southern Door) (Dec 4-1)

Round 3 - Lucas Conard (Southern Door) won by fall over Harlee Mendoza (SBS) (Fall 4:03)

2005-06 105-113

Alex Buhr's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Alex Buhr (Southern Door) (Dec 5-2)

Round 2 - Reese Yunke (Peshtigo) won by major decision over Alex Buhr (Southern Door) (Maj 12-1)

Round 3 - Ethan Schmidt (Pulaski) won in overtime over Alex Buhr (Southern Door) (OT 7-6)

Round 5 - Alex Buhr (Southern Door) won by major decision over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Maj 10-1)

2005-06 105-113

Trevor Englebert's place is 5th and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Reese Yunke (Peshtigo) won by fall over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Fall 4:19)

Round 3 - Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Dec 8-6)

Round 4 - Ethan Schmidt (Pulaski) won by fall over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Fall 3:24)

Round 5 - Alex Buhr (Southern Door) won by major decision over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Maj 10-1)

2005-06 105-113

Wyatt Wilke's place is 2nd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Alex Buhr (Southern Door) (Dec 5-2)

Round 2 - Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Ethan Schmidt (Pulaski) (Dec 4-0)

Round 3 - Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) won by decision over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) (Dec 8-6)

Round 4 - Reese Yunke (Peshtigo) won by major decision over Wyatt Wilke (Southern Door) (Maj 10-0)

2005-06 114-121

Zack Lynch's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Brenden Conn (Peshtigo) won by fall over Zack Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 0:32)

Round 2 - Griffin Van Lannen (Pulaski) won by fall over Zack Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 2:27)

Round 3 - Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) won by fall over Zack Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 2:03)

2005-06 114-121

Thomas Jackson's place is 3rd and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Griffin Van Lannen (Pulaski) won by fall over Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) (Fall 2:28)

Round 2 - Brenden Conn (Peshtigo) won by fall over Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) (Fall 0:36)

Round 3 - Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) won by fall over Zack Lynch (Southern Door) (Fall 2:03)

2005-06 117-123

Cash Nellis's place is 3rd and has scored 5.0 team points.

Round 1 - Levi Nemec (Peshtigo) won by fall over Cash Nellis (Southern Door) (Fall 1:22)

Round 2 - Colton Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Cash Nellis (Southern Door) (Dec 5-2)

Round 3 - Cash Nellis (Southern Door) won by major decision over Zachary Grosbeier (Southern Door) (Maj 13-4)

2005-06 117-123

Zachary Grosbeier's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Colton Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Zachary Grosbeier (Southern Door) (Dec 8-3)

Round 2 - Levi Nemec (Peshtigo) won by fall over Zachary Grosbeier (Southern Door) (Fall 1:11)

Round 3 - Cash Nellis (Southern Door) won by major decision over Zachary Grosbeier (Southern Door) (Maj 13-4)

2005-06 134-141

Hayden Jeanquart's place is 1st and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Joseph Kopp (Peshtigo middle school) (Fall 2:52)

Round 2 - Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) won by fall over Joseph Kopp (Peshtigo middle school) (Fall 1:52)

2005-06 158-176

Colton Krueger's place is 2nd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Craven Lautenbach (SBS) won by fall over Colton Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:43)

Round 2 - Craven Lautenbach (SBS) won by fall over Colton Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:58)

2020 Southern Door Youth Wrestling Tournament Results for SBS

2011-12 60-62

Easton Fellner's place is 3rd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Braydin Kollross (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Easton Fellner (SBS) (Fall 2:00)

Round 2 - Kutter Preslaski (Pulaski) won by fall over Easton Fellner (SBS) (Fall 1:30)

Round 3 - Easton Fellner (SBS) won by decision over Jiohnni Oberleitner (Southern Door) (Dec 7-6)

2011-12 82-90

Vincent Richardson's place is 2nd and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Zander Jandrin (SBS) won by fall over Vincent Richardson (SBS) (Fall 1:58)

Round 2 - Vincent Richardson (SBS) won by fall over August Main (Ashwaubenon) (Fall 0:28)

2011-12 82-90

Zander Jandrin's place is 1st and has scored 9.0 team points.

Round 1 - Zander Jandrin (SBS) won by fall over Vincent Richardson (SBS) (Fall 1:58)

Round 3 - Zander Jandrin (SBS) won by fall over August Main (Ashwaubenon) (Fall 1:35)

2009-10 57-58

Leathem Vogel's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Will Vanden Langenberg (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by fall over Leathem Vogel (SBS) (Fall 1:51)

Round 2 - Olivia Barto (NMU angry fish) won by fall over Leathem Vogel (SBS) (Fall 0:43)

Round 3 - Colton Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Leathem Vogel (SBS) (Fall 2:22)

2009-10 70-75

Gabriel Hankins's place is 3rd and has scored 3.0 team points.

Round 1 - Gabriel Hankins (SBS) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Gabriel Hankins (SBS) won by decision over Hayden Falish (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) (Dec 2-0)

Round 4 - Mason Boulanger (Luxemburg - Casco Youth Wrestl) won by decision over Gabriel Hankins (SBS) (Dec 6-2)

Round 5 - Austin Ferron (Southern Door) won by decision over Gabriel Hankins (SBS) (Dec 2-0)

2009-10 70-77

Caleb Nault's place is 2nd and has scored 8.0 team points.

Round 1 - Caleb Nault (SBS) won by major decision over Chance Dekeyser (Southern Door) (Maj 14-6)

Round 2 - Caleb Nault (SBS) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Levi Mommaerts (Oconto Falls/Abrams) won by injury default over Caleb Nault (SBS) (Inj. 0:00)

2009-10 78-82

Mason Haen-Lauder's place is 4th and has scored 1.0 team points.

Round 2 - Cale Wallace (Ashwaubenon) won by fall over Mason Haen-Lauder (SBS) (Fall 2:53)

Round 3 - Brayden VanDeHei (Seymour) won by major decision over Mason Haen-Lauder (SBS) (Maj 14-0)

Round 4 - Mason Haen-Lauder (SBS) won by decision over Landen Pekarek (Mishicot Wrestling) (Dec 2-1)

Round 5 - Cameron Van Egeren (XFactor Elite) won by decision over Mason Haen-Lauder (SBS) (Dec 4-3)

2009-10 150-153

Xander Chanda's place is 1st and has scored 6.0 team points.

Round 1 - Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) won by fall over Xander Chanda (SBS) (Fall 0:22)

Round 2 - Xander Chanda (SBS) won by injury default over Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 3 - Xander Chanda (SBS) won by injury default over Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) (Inj. 0:00)

2009-10 150-153

Mckenna Wrobel's place is 2nd and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) won by fall over Xander Chanda (SBS) (Fall 0:22)

Round 2 - Xander Chanda (SBS) won by injury default over Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 3 - Xander Chanda (SBS) won by injury default over Mckenna Wrobel (SBS) (Inj. 0:00)

2007-08 84-87

Layla Stai's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Braden Baun (Southern Door) won by decision over Layla Stai (SBS) (Dec 8-4)

Round 2 - Nora LeFevre (Southern Door) won by decision over Layla Stai (SBS) (Dec 6-2)

Round 3 - Easton Pollock (De Pere) won by major decision over Layla Stai (SBS) (Maj 13-0)

2007-08 100-108

Ethan DeNamur's place is 1st and has scored 5.0 team points.

Round 2 - Ethan DeNamur (SBS) won by decision over Mason Paye (Southern Door) (Dec 4-0)

Round 3 - Ethan DeNamur (SBS) won by decision over Dylan Kaye (Southern Door) (Dec 7-1)

2007-08 117-127

Sydney Turner's place is 3rd and has scored 5.0 team points.

Round 1 - Sydney Turner (SBS) won by decision over Nathaniel Ullman (Manitowoc Lutheran) (Dec 4-3)

Round 2 - Braden Lewis (Appleton North Youth) won by fall over Sydney Turner (SBS) (Fall 1:45)

Round 4 - Sydney Turner (SBS) won by injury default over Ryanna Magliaro (Southern Door) (Inj. 0:00)

Round 5 - Cole Berth (Peshtigo) won by fall over Sydney Turner (SBS) (Fall 1:38)

2007-08 132-145

Tiani Lemieux's place is 1st and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) won by decision over Tiani Lemieux (SBS) (Dec 5-2)

Round 2 - Tiani Lemieux (SBS) won by fall over Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) (Fall 0:56)

Round 3 - Tiani Lemieux (SBS) won by decision over Hailey Veeser (Southern Door) (Dec 7-2)

2005-06 100-113

Harlee Mendoza's place is 4th and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 1 - Jerek Valley (Southern Door) won by fall over Harlee Mendoza (SBS) (Fall 2:52)

Round 2 - Jada Mullins (Peshtigo) won by fall over Harlee Mendoza (SBS) (Fall 2:37)

Round 3 - Lucas Conard (Southern Door) won by fall over Harlee Mendoza (SBS) (Fall 4:03)

2005-06 158-176

Craven Lautenbach's place is 1st and has scored 8.0 team points.

Round 1 - Craven Lautenbach (SBS) won by fall over Colton Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:43)

Round 2 - Craven Lautenbach (SBS) won by fall over Colton Krueger (Southern Door) (Fall 0:58)

2005-06 160-173

Zak Wrobel's place is 2nd and has scored 2.0 team points.

Round 2 - Zak Wrobel (SBS) received a bye () (Bye)

Round 3 - Connor E. Thomas (Peshtigo) won by fall over Zak Wrobel (SBS) (Fall 1:27)

2005-06 210-215

Dominic Tristani's place is 2nd and has scored 0.0 team points.

Round 1 - Brody Kollath (SBS) won by fall over Dominic Tristani (SBS) (Fall 0:53)

Round 2 - Brody Kollath (SBS) won by no contest over Dominic Tristani (SBS) (NC)

2005-06 210-215

Brody Kollath's place is 1st and has scored 4.0 team points.

Round 1 - Brody Kollath (SBS) won by fall over Dominic Tristani (SBS) (Fall 0:53)

Round 2 - Brody Kollath (SBS) won by no contest over Dominic Tristani (SBS) (NC)

Girls' basketball preview: Door County teams stay home

The area will be treated to a big slate of girls basketball to start their week on Monday night.

 

In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to face Waupaca for a 7:15 p.m. tilt.

 

Packerland Conference action has Sevastopol facing Peshtigo at home, Southern Door hosting Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay sticking around the area to play NEW Lutheran. All of those games tip-off at 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar boys basketball welcomes Oneida Nation

The Gibraltar Vikings will be the only local boys' basketball team in action Monday when they welcome Oneida Nation to Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings snapped a two-game losing streak on Friday when it topped Algoma in a road contest 77-67. Four Vikings scored in double figures including 22 from the team's leading scorer Luke Steebs. They face an Eagle squad that was nipped by Crivitz their last time out 51-48 for their second loss in a row after a three-game winning streak. The Vikings will have to slow down Javon Webster, who leads the team in scoring at over 16 points a game and rebounding at just about seven a contest.

 

Classes were canceled Monday due to an early morning fire, but no announcement was made about if the non-conference matchup would face a similar fate. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m.

Phoenix finish off Cleveland State

After playing a double-overtime thriller on Friday night, the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team took the drama out of their next game against Cleveland State early with a 74-54 victory Sunday afternoon.

 

The Phoenix outscored the Vikings 26-14 in the first quarter, thanks in part to a hot start by Frankie Wurtz with two three-point shots. Wurtz would finish the game with 25 points. The Phoenix were able to build their lead thanks to forcing nine turnovers while cashing in on them to the tune of 15 points. Hailey Oskey and Madison Wolf also reached double figures for the Phoenix. Their next game is Thursday against defending league champion Wright State.

Packers shine in Pro Bowl

The NFC may have lost the game, but that did not stop two members of the Green Bay Packers from having great days at the NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando Sunday afternoon.

 

During the AFC's 38-33 win over the NFC, Packers wide receiver Davante Adams caught a pair of touchdown passes from Minnesota's Kirk Cousins en route to a four catch, 61-yard day. Za'Darius Smith also got into the scorebook with a pair of sacks and an interception. Each took time after a personal highlight of the game to pay tribute Los Angeles Laker legend Kobe Bryant, who died with his daughter and seven other earlier that day in a helicopter crash. Kenny Clark also played in the annual all-star game matchup.

L-C Dance clinches state berth

For the 15th straight year, the Luxemburg-Casco dance team is heading to state.

 

The Spartanettes took fifth place in the Division 3 pom competition. At just 16 members, the  Spartanettes remains as one of the smaller teams in the competition. The team, which also competed in the kick competition, will next head to the state meet in LaCrosse on February 1st.

 

Picture courtesy of the Luxemburg-Casco Dance Team

 

 

Wrestling round-up: Severin wins Herb Tyler Invite

Kewaunee's Jack Severin led the way for the area's two teams competing in the Herb Tyler Wrestling Invitational held at Sheboygan North Saturday.

 

Severin went 3-0 on the day including the championship-clinching match over Seymour's Ryan Tomazevic at 126 pounds. Other place winners for Kewaunee included Logan Steinhorst (2nd place) Matt Wery (7th place), Max Severin (4th place), Mitchell Thompson (5th Place), Jason Reinke (4th place) and Jacob VanGoethem (7th place).

 

Southern Door brought an abbreviated line up to the tournament with Grant Englebert pacing the team with a 3rd place finish. Brodie Overbeck (5th), Kyle Conard (6th), and Griffin Slezewski (6th) also placed.

 

The two schools also had wrestlers at the Wisconsin Girls High School Championships. Southern  Door's Katelyn LeCloux and Kewaunee's Gina Augustian each took seventh place in their respective weight classes, finishing the day 2-2.

Southern Door girls hang on against Peshtigo

The Southern Door girls' basketball nearly saw their double-digit lead against Peshtigo disappear, but were able to hang on for the 51-49 victory.

 

The Eagles went into the half in their home gym holding a commanding 34-15 lead over the Bulldogs. The second half was almost the exact opposite with the Bulldogs matching the Eagles with 34 points. 

Phoenix falter late against Penguins

The second overtime game in as many days between Green Bay and Youngstown State did not go the Phoenix's way after they lost 98-94 Saturday afternoon in Ohio.

 

The Phoenix led by as many as 11 points in the second half, but saw hot shooting from the likes of Darius Quisenberry lead the Penguins on a 18-7 run to end the half and force overtime. JayQuan McCloud followed up his strong performance from Thursday night against Cleveland State with another 30 point outing while also collecting eight rebounds. The loss leaves the Phoenix tied for third place in the Horizon League behind Northern Kentucky for a crucial first round bye in the conference tournament.

Last call for Packers action Sunday

After Sunday is over, it will be a long time before you see the Green and Gold of a Green Bay Packers helmet.

 

Davante Adams, Zadarius Smith, and Kenny Clark will all represent the Packers on the NFC squad in the Pro Bowl being held in Orlando. David Bakhtiari and Aaron Rodgers were chosen to play but will be sitting the game out. 

 

The game kicks off at 2 p.m. After that, it will not be until the spring when the Packers will take the field for organized team activities and mini-camp.

Make-up game set for afternoon tip

There is only one varsity basketball game featuring an area team Saturday. It tips at 1:30 PM in Brussels with the Southern Door High School girls basketball team hosting Peshtigo. The game was originally set for December 12th of last year. Peshtigo is 6-1 in conference, their only loss to undefeated Kewaunee. Southern Door enters the contest at 4-4. Being the home team in an early afternoon contest can sometimes be a bigger advantage than any potential talent discrepancy against a squad above you in the standings. Look for Southern Door to try to get out to a fast start before Peshtigo can get into first gear.

Bucks celebrate win number 40

It wasn’t easy on the road against a poor Charlotte team Friday night but the Milwaukee Bucks became the first NBA team this season to get to 40 wins. They won 116-103 with that entire margin coming in the fourth quarter. Milwaukee rose to the occasion in crunch time, putting up 38 points in the final stanza.

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 30 points and 16 rebounds in only 32 minutes. Eric Bledsoe raised eyebrows with 20 points of his own. Milwaukee’s next game is Tuesday against Washington.

Mackey environment gets the best of the Badgers

The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team was overwhelmed in a truly hostile environment Friday night. The Purdue Boilermakers are only 11-9 this season, a down year for Matt Painter’s steady squad, but they are still dangerous at home. Two weeks ago Purdue beat 11 Michigan State by 29 points on their home court. Purdue topped Wisconsin handily Friday, 70-51. 


It was a major step backwards for a Badger team that had finally begun to click on the offensive end of the court. Wisconsin scored just 15 points in the first 20 minutes of play. It doesn’t get easier for the Badgers. Their next game is at 19 Iowa Monday night.

 

Spartans finish off Foxes 65-52 on WBDK

In the final boys' basketball game played in the old L-C gymnasium and broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans pulled away late to claim a 65-52 North Eastern Conference victory over the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes Friday night.  The first half was a see-saw affair that had the Spartans hold a narrow 32-29 lead into halftime.  The Foxes went on a run to take a 42-36 lead with 12:39 left in the second half when L-C coach Tyler Thrune took a time-out.  From that point on, the Spartans outscored the Foxes 29-10 the rest of the way.  The Spartans hit key free throws down the stretch and a harassing 1-3-1 defense that forced turnovers and held the Foxes in check for the majority of the night.  Logan Doell had a huge game with 29 points and Ryan Roblillard added 13 as the Spartans improved to 7-5 overall and 6-4 in the conference.  Fox Valley Lutheran (3-6, 4-8 overall) was led by Josiah Butler who had 16 points.  Luxemburg-Casco will now start a three-game road trip starting next Tuesday in Marinette.  The Spartans will play their first game in the new gymnasium on Thursday, February 6 against Oconto Falls.  
 

(photo courtesy of Della Otradovec)

 

Boys' basketball preview: Kewaunee looks to stay perfect

The Kewaunee Storm's perfect conference record will be put to the test Friday night as the Packerland Conference features four local matchups.

 

Kewaunee's trip to Sturgeon Bay is the star matchup for the evening as the two teams sit atop the Packerland Conference standings. Other local games of note include Southern Door hosting NEW Lutheran, Gibraltar traveling to Algoma, and Sevastopol playing at home against Oconto. All games have 7:30 p.m. tips.

Girls' basketball round-up: Sevastopol breaks long losing streak

Gibraltar and Kewaunee kept their winning streaks alive Thursday night in girls' basketball action.

 

The Storm doubled up Sturgeon Bay in first half 32-16 and did not look back in its 58-35 victory.

 

The Vikings were able to hold on for a 51-47 win over Algoma.

 

Luxemburg-Casco struggled to keep Wrightstown quiet behind the arc in its 92-36 loss.

 

Sevastopol picked up its first conference win since the 2014-2015 campaign, beating Oconto 60-51.

 

Southern Door could not shake off NEW Lutheran in its 55-32 loss. 

 

You can find more details on these games at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

Phoenix hold off Vikings

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team has had a flair for the dramatic over the last week, capturing its third straight nail-biting win in a row Thursday night in Cleveland.

 

In its 78-74 victory over Cleveland State, it was JayQuan McCloud leading the way for the Phoenix with 31 points. Every one of those points was needed after finding themselves just a shot away from being down after holding a double-digit lead just two minutes earlier.  It was a clutch three-point play by McCloud and solid free-throw shooting by the team that eventually brought home the win. The victory puts the Phoenix in third place ahead of its matinee matchup Saturday at Youngstown State. 

 

The Phoenix women will mirror the men, playing Youngstown State Friday night before crossing paths with the men to play Cleveland State on Sunday.

Spartans battle Fox Valley Lutheran on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys’ basketball team will host the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes Friday night in a North Eastern Conference game.  The Spartans (5-4, 6-5 overall) are coming off an 85-59 win Tuesday against Waupaca while Fox Valley Lutheran (3-5, 4-7 overall) fell to Oconto Falls 78-60.  Luxemburg-Casco is looking to avenge a 58-55 loss to the Foxes in Appleton earlier this month.   Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 7 p.m. with the pregame show and tip-off set for 7:15 p.m. on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Door County teams sweep double dual on 104.1 WRLU

Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol each came away with a pair of victories over Oconto and Peshtigo in Packerland Conference wrestling action Thursday night on 104.1 WRLU.

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol opened up their evening with a 42-0 win over Oconto with Kellen Hacht and Nick West earning pins in the only contested matches of the dual. On the other mat, Southern Door fought off Peshtigo to win 63-12. Brady Tooley pinned Kyle Rupert in just over a minute while Grant Englebert and Drew Defere were able to pick up bonus points in their victories.  Jon LaForce and Kody Klimek picked up pins for the Bulldogs.

 

In the second set of duals, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol beat Peshtigo 30-24, but lost two of their three contested matches. Katelyn Lewis and  Klimek picked up pins for the visiting Bulldogs. Hacht picked up the lone victory with a second period pin. Southern Door topped Oconto 72-0 with Brodie Overbeck and Cody Nellis picking up pins for the Eagles.

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol will wrestle next at their own tournament on February 1st while Southern Door heads to Sheboygan North on Saturday. In other local wrestling action, Luxemburg-Casco could not hold off Wrightstown in a 40-23 defeat.

 

 

Wrestling preview: Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol host Packerland duals on 104.1 WRLU

Kewaunee is the only Packerland Conference not making the trip to Sturgeon Bay High School Thursday evening as Oconto and Peshtigo make the trip across the bay to battle Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol in high school wrestling.

 

It has been well over a week for both teams since they last competed on the mat with the Clippineers losing to the Eagles 54-21 despite winning the majority of the contested matches. It has not been as long for the Eagles, which last wrestled on January 14th at Two Rivers in a 45-27 defeat. Oconto and Peshtigo have struggled to field full squads in recent years with only five Blue Devils wrestling at January's Manawa Invitational and four Bulldogs getting matches at December's On The Water Classic.

 

The double dual meet has been moved up from its original start time to 6:30 p.m. Tim Kowols and Greg Letter will have the call of the Southern Door matches beginning at 6 p.m. with the prematch show followed by first whistle at 6:30 p.m. with Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol matches being called as time permits. The matches can be heard on 104.1 WRLU and streamed worldwide at DoorCountyDailyNews.com, DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com, and the DoorCountyDailyNews.com mobile app.

 

It is a battle of the top two teams in Division 2 in Luxemburg Thursday night as #2 Luxemburg-Casco hosts #1 Wrightstown. The Tigers bring with them seven wrestlers featured in Wisconsin Wrestling Online's Division 2 rankings while the Spartans boast seven of their own, including top ranked Reece Worachek and Lucas Joniaux. That dual starts at 7 p.m.

Girls' basketball preview: Local teams hit the road

Only two of the area's seven teams will play in the comforts of their home schools Thursday night in girls' basketball action.

 

At 7 p.m., Luxemburg-Casco will look to get back into the win column with a game at Wrightstown as the Spartans look to climb up the Northeastern Conference standings.

 

Tip times slated for 7:30 p.m. include Gibraltar hosting Algoma, Southern Door traveling to NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee playing at home against Sturgeon Bay, and Sevastopol heading west to face Oconto.

 

 

 

 

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Packerland Conference releases updated standings

Kewaunee's wild atop the Packerland Standings that were released earlier this week.

 

The Storm girls' basketball team is a perfect 12-0 this season, which includes seven wins in the Packerland Conference. Peshtigo is in second place followed by a log jam in the middle of the standings with Southern Door, Gibraltar, NEW Lutheran, and Sturgeon Bay all with similar records.

 

The boys have a few non conference losses, but the Storm are a perfect 7-0 in Packerland play. Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door follow the Storm in the standings.

 

Storm wrestling has won both of its conference duals while Southern Door has won its only venture this season. The two could battle for the conference title next Thursday with all the other teams in the conference including Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol each having one loss.

 

Southern Door, L-C middle school wrestlers see matches

On Tuesday, our middle school team competed in a Match by Skill meet (wrestlers are matched by grade, weight and ability) at Hemlock Elementary School in West DePere. The schools involved were West DePere, Bay View (Bay Port), Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door. We knew the level of competition was going to be high, and boy it sure was. For team standings we were right at 50% in the win/loss column. As a coach this is where I expect our team to be with equal ability in every match. This team continues to impress with their hard work, conditioning, learning ability, sportsmanship and show of improvement with each match wrestled.

Now approaching the mid-way point of the season we have another tough tournament ?this Saturday? at Bay Port followed by our annual Southern Door Youth Tournament on Sunday.

 

 

Phoenix men begin Ohio swing

The Green Bay Phoenix men will begin their second swing through Ohio Thursday night when they face Cleveland State.

 

The Phoenix currently are in third in the conference with a record of 4-3, but the standings are tight enough that a pair of losses could send them towards the seventh position. After stumbling in the middle of their five game homestand, the Phoenix won two tight games last weekend against Oakland and Detroit Mercy. The Vikings are coming off a pair of losses to Northern Kentucky and Wright State. 

 

Tip is set for 6 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco boys break above .500

After a tough luck stretch where the Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball team dropped four of five, the Spartans got back to winning basketball Tuesday. They topped Waupaca 85-59 in one of the final varsity boys games to ever be played at the old gym. 


The Spartans are in a favorable stretch where they match up against Fox Valley Lutheran, Marinette, Menasha, and Oconto Falls the next two weeks. All of those teams have losing records in league play, whether it be the North Eastern or Bay Conferences. It’s an important set of games for L-C to win because middle February is tough.

 

Wisconsin men set school record Tuesday

The University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s basketball team was feeling comfortable behind the arc Tuesday night. The Badgers set a school record with ease, draining 18 three-pointers against Nebraska in an 82-68 victory. Even with the hot shooting it was a close game at half as the Badgers nursed a 39-38 lead at the break. Nebraska’s offense could not keep up though in the second stanza.


Everyone contributed for Wisconsin. 14 for Brad Davison led the way but Brevin Pritzl had 12 and Nathan Reuvers and D’Mitrik Trice added 11 each. Wisconsin heads to the always tough Mackey Arena against the Purdue University Boilermakers on Friday.

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling looks for growth spurt

Struggling to fill full roster now, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol head wrestling coach Trevor Hasenjager likes what he is seeing from his younger wrestlers. Two weeks ago the Clippineers won the majority of the contested match in an overall dual meet loss to Southern Door due to forfeits. Ahead of that dual, the gym was packed with parents watching well over 20 matches at the middle school level. Hasenjager says he likes what he has seen so far.


Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol hosts Southern Door, Peshtigo, and Oconto for a double dual this Thursday night at 7 p.m. 104.1 WRLU will carry the Eagles matches live but will cut away with updates from the pair of Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol matches.

Girls' basketball preview: Sevastopol, Kewaunee hit the road

Two Packerland Conference teams will head south of the Kewaunee County line when they play in local girls' basketball action.

 

Kewaunee will take its perfect record to Kiel for a 7:15 p.m. tip. It is a matchup of last year's WIAA Sectional Semi-Final that saw Kiel ending Kewaunee's season on a sour note, winning the game 46-35.

 

Sevastopol travels to Manitowoc to face Roncalli for a 6:45 p.m. tip. Despite their 3-9 record, the Pioneers have found success in non-conference action, winning three of their four matchups.

Boys' basketball round-up: Algoma wins, Sevastopol postpones

Algoma used a big second half to earn its second win of the season Monday night.

 

Tied at 21 at the break, the Wolves outscored NEWCHAA 32-20 in the second half to earn the 53-41 victory in Algoma.

 

Three games are on the schedule tonight after Sevastopol was forced to postpone its game against NEW Lutheran due to an illness ravaging the team. That game will instead be played on February 11th.

 

Local action still scheduled for Tuesday includes Luxemburg-Casco hosting Waupaca for a 7 p.m. tip, Gibraltar traveling to Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door hosting Kewaunee. The two Packerland Conference matchups will tip off at 7:30 p.m.

Bucks finish season sweep of Bulls

In front of a Monday matinee crowd at the Fiserv Forum, the Milwaukee Bucks won their fourth straight over the Chicago Bulls, this time by a score of 111-98.

 

The Bucks responded to a one-point halftime deficit to outscore the Bulls by 12 points in the game's final two quarters thanks also in part to holding their southern rivals to barely above 30 percent shooting. Giannis Antetokounmpo collected triple double number four on the season, scoring 28 points, grabbing 14 rebounds, and getting 10 assists. Antetokounmpo also registered his 10,000th career point in the game. Three other Bucks players scored in double figures with Khris Middleton leading that group with 24 points. The Bulls were able to stick around because of their defense early, finishing the game with 24 points scored off of 28 turnovers forced. It was the second straight season the Bucks swept the Bulls in a season series and they have not lost to their Second City rivals in their last 10 tries.

Gibraltar girls gelling together

The Gibraltar girls' basketball team are coming together after going through some challenges earlier in the season. The first major change came from the bench as Devin Thomas slid over from the assistant coach seat to take over the program from Josh Kropuenske after having the reins for 10 years. Thomas worked under Kropuenske as an assistant for seven years. The second challenge for the Vikings came during a multiple game stretch without its best player Abbi Sitte, who leads the team in points, rebounds, and assists. While they did not get many wins during that streak, Thomas says it forced the rest of the team to rely on their own talent and play together.


Winners of their last two games, the Vikings will play at home Thursday against Algoma.

 

You can find the full interview with coach Devin Thomas on our sister site, DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. 

 

Denmark defeats Lady Spartans 47-37 on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Lady Spartans fell to the Denmark Vikings Monday night 47-37 in a North Eastern Conference basketball game in Luxemburg.  


The Spartans trailed 28-22 at halftime and fell behind by as many as 17 points in the second half.  Scoring only two points in the first 12 minutes of the second half, L-C rallied to cut the lead to six points in the final minutes but could not get any closer.

 

The Vikings were led by McCartney Jens with 17  points, while the Spartans (3-7, 3-10 overall) were paced by Taylor Thiry’s 13 points. 


The next girls' game on WBDK 96.7 FM will be next Thursday, January 30 against Fox Valley Lutheran beginning at 7 pm with the pregame and tip-off scheduled for 7:15 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call for the game that will also be streamed live on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.  That will be the final girls's game for the varsity program in the current gymnasium.  The first game in the new gym will be Tuesday, February 4th against Clintonville and will be scheduled to be broadcast on 96.7FM WBDK.  

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Big weekend for Southern Door youth wrestling

There was widespread participation by Southern Door Eagles youth wrestlers this past weekend.  At Saturday’s Oconto Youth Tournament, Flynn Jeanquart brought home 1st Place, while his brother Payton finished 2nd.

Sunday saw participation at several venues.  At the Oshkosh Mat Rats 35th Annual Youth Tournament, Alex Buhr registered 3 pins to notch a 1st Place, along with brothers Braden and Brennan Baun finishing 3rd and 4th respectively.  Another set of brothers, Colton and Jerek
Valley both finished 4th at Peshtigo.

Also on Sunday, our youth wrestlers (K-5) were invited to take part in the Freedom Youth Invitational.  Being invited to this event is a statement of recognition of our wrestling program, and it is an honor to participate.  Seventeen wrestlers competed.  There are no awards and individual results are not recognized.  The focus is on good competition and representing your school.  Thank you to Freedom Wrestling for including us in this special event!

 

Picture courtesy of Kevin Slezewski

 

 

Algoma boys basketball face NEWCHAA

The Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Association boys' basketball team continues their tour of Packerland Conference schools with a game at Algoma Monday night. 

 

The Wolves come into the game a week removed from their first win of the season, a 47-43 road decision over Gresham last Tuesday. NEWCHAA hosted Sevastopol over the weekend after losing to them earlier this month 100-69. Carter Zimmerman continues to be a bright spot on the team, leading the Wolves in points, rebounds and assists. (15.9/7.8/2.8).

 

Monday's game begins at 7:30 p.m.

Packers run over by 49ers

The Green Bay Packers simply had no answers for Raheem Mostert in its 37-20 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game Sunday night in Santa Clara.

 

The journeyman running back from Purdue had career day rushing, gaining 220 yards on the ground on 29 carries while reaching the endzone four times. The rushing attack was so efficient that 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo only threw the ball eight times, six of which occured in the first half. The 49ers held a 27-0 lead before the Packers would score in the third quarter on a nine yard pass to Aaron Jones. After the 49ers scored on the next possession, Jones would score on a one yard rush and Jace Sternberger caught Aaron Rodgers' 40th career playoff touchdown pass for the final score of the night for the Packers. 49ers kicker Robbie Gould put the game officially on ice after hitting his third field goal of the night with just over 3:30 left in the game. The season concluded when Richard Sherman picked off the final pass of the game from Rodgers, who threw two interceptions and lost a fumble in the loss.

 

It was still quite the turnaround for the Packers after not making the playoffs for two consecutive seasons to find their way back to the NFC title game. 

Phoenix extinguish Flames

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team responded in a big way after their Friday night loss to IUPUI, dominating UIC 73-37.

 

The Phoenix defense was smothering Sunday afternoon, allowing the Flames to shoot just under 32 percent from the field and single digits in the second and third quarters. Offensively, it was a break out game for the Phoenix as three players reached double figures led by Caitlyn Hibner with 14. Hailey Oskey and Patricia Gallasov each chipped in 10 points on the afternoon. It is the second time in as many weeks the Phoenix opened their weekend with loss only to come soaring back in the second matchup. 

 

The Phoenix will open a five game road swing this Friday night at Youngstown State.

Lady Spartans battle Denmark on WBDK Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco Lady Spartans host the Denmark Vikings Monday night in a North Eastern Conference rivalry game.  The Spartans (3-6, 3-9 overall) look to bounce back from a 71-38 loss to Oconto Falls last Thursday.  Denmark (2-7, 2-11 overall) is coming off a 72-64 defeat by Marinette. 

 

 

The Vikings are led by Abby Maricque who is averaging 19 points per game, while the Spartans are paced by Taylor Thiry’s 13 points per contest. 

 

 

The pregame show on WBDK 96.7 FM will begin at 7 pm with tip-off scheduled for 7:15 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call for the game that will also be streamed live on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

 

(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Pioneers lose to Blazers

The Sevastopol Pioneers girls' basketball team was the only local team that could get out the door for a conference game Saturday night.

 

The Pioneers lost to a tough NEW Lutheran squad 58-35. The loss drops the Pioneers to 3-9 on the season and still in search of its first Packerland Conference victory. They hit the road again Tuesday to face Roncalli. 

Bucks stomp Nets

The Brooklyn Nets could not get their offense going in the Milwaukee Bucks' 117-97 win Saturday night in the Empire State.

 

The Nets could only muster 33 percent shooting from the field including going 15-49 from behind the arc. No Nets player eclipsed the 20 point plateau with Kyrie Irving lead the Nets with 17. The Bucks, however, boasted two over 20 points with Giannis Antetokounmpo scoring 29 points and Khris Middleton adding exactly 20. The Bucks had efficient shooting performance across the board, shooting 51 percent as a team. That was a major factor for the Bucks never giving up the lead the final three-quarters of the game. 

Phoenix edge Titans to close out homestand

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team ended their five-game homestand with a sweep of the conference's Motor City teams, including an 83-80 win over Detroit Mercy.

 

Key to the victory was controlling Antoine Davis, the leading scorer for the Titans and one of the top scorers in the nation. Averaging 24 points a game, Davis scored 17 points but hit only four of his 21 shots to do it. Davis even had a chance to tie the game with just seconds remaining, but he missed on his ninth three-point attempt to secure the win for the Phoenix. Freshman Amari Davis once again led the way  for the Phoenix with 19 points with Cody Schwartz, P.J. Pipes, and JayQuan McCloud all chipping in double figures as well. 

 

The Phoenix men hit the road next weekend while the women play  this afternoon against UIC.

Packers hope to clinch fifth Super Bowl berth

The Green Bay Packers hope to punch their tickets to Miami if they are able to find a way past the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's NFC Championship game.

 

Self-inflicted wounds and a stout 49ers defense led to the Packers' 38-6 drubbing in San Francisco earlier this season. Both teams are a lot healthier than they were at midseason as the offensive and defensive sides of the ball have key contributors back in action. The Packers lead the all time series between the two teams, but it is the 49ers with the bragging rights with a current two-game winning streak in the playoffs.

 

The NFC Championship game kicks off at 5:40 p.m.

UPDATED: Winter weather changes Saturday schedule

Several sports have seen events canceled or have start times adjusted Saturday due to the winter storm that has taken aim at central and northeast Wisconsin. Kewaunee High School wrestling will not be participating in Stevens Point. That invitational was set to have teams from as far away as Chetek and Fond du Lac compete. Luxemburg-Casco has canceled all district activities including the second session of the winter volleyball youth clinic originally set for Saturday morning.


At roughly 10 AM, Sturgeon Bay High School Athletic Director Todd Meikle announced that both the girls and boys basketball games for Saturday were postponed. They will be rescheduled although no make-up date has been announced. That announcement was preceded with  news that the Sheboygan South Invitational for the Door County United swim team was canceled. 

 

Kewaunee boys drown out Sevastopol

The Kewaunee High School boys basketball team blanketed Sevastopol’s offense like a summer thunderstorm. The Pioneers could never get into a rhythm attacking the basket in an 83-48 loss. 


Kewaunee improves to 9-2 overall with their two losses being by less than five points to nonconference opponents. Kewaunee was lucky to catch Sturgeon Bay early in the season before the Clippers gelled into the championship threat that has been on display the past three weeks or so. The other challenger in the Packerland to hand Kewaunee a defeat is Southern Door. Kewaunee travels to the Eagles and Sturgeon Bay this week in consecutive games. If the Storm can pass that herculean test, a nonconference game against Shiocton and a return engagement with Southern Door on the final night of the regular season are the last challenges remaining this year


Sevastopol travels to Green Bay for a 5:30 start against the Northeast Wisconsin Christian Home Schoolers. The game takes place at Holy Family School located at the intersection of Fisk Street and 9th Street. 

 

Southern Door boys fly past Gibraltar

The Southern Door High School boys basketball team took flight against Gibraltar Friday night in Fish Creek, 71-48. Ryan Claflin put up video game numbers. Number one in powder blue had 29 points, 13 rebounds, and five assists. The secondary statistics were even better. Claflin was 12-16 from the floor, 75 percent. Luke Steebs was the leading scorer for Gibraltar with 11.


Tuesday night will see first place in the Packerland on the line as undefeated Kewaunee travels to Brussels against Southern Door (6-1). Gibraltar visits Sturgeon Bay.

 

Smooth sailing Friday for Clipper boys

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys basketball team put up a season-high 88 points Friday at Algoma in an easy victory. Four Clipper players scored at least 15 making the game Sturgeon Bay’s most balanced effort of the 2019-2020 campaign. Jake Schneider led all scorers with 21 points. Sturgeon Bay connected on 12 three-point attempts. 


Algoma got their first win of the season earlier this week but it was back to business as usual against one of the Packerland’s best teams. Carter Zimmerman led the Wolves with 14 points.

 
Sturgeon Bay is back on the court tonight in a nonconference matchup against Seymour. The Thunder have roared to an 11-0 start this year. Their average margin of victory in conference games is 30 points. The Thunder routinely put up 80 so Sturgeon Bay will need to limit turnovers, keep Seymour from running in transition, and force them to score out of their half-court offense. The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday. 


Algoma matches up with the Northeast Wisconsin Christian Home School squad Monday.

 

Spartans fall to Wrighstown on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys basketball kept the game Friday night with the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers close until the final eight minutes but fell 65-49 in Luxemburg.  The teams played a see-saw affair in the first half with Wrightstown going into halftime with a 29-25 lead. 

 

 

The Tigers dominated the offensive boards throughout the game and outscored the Spartans from the free-throw line 19 to three.  Managing to keep the game close, the Spartans actually led in the second half but saw the Tigers turn a 44-42 lead into a 58-42 score with a 14-0 run from the seven-minute mark until late in the game.  Spartan Ryan Robillard left the game with an apparent ankle injury and L-C could not close the gap. 

 

 

Logan Doell and Robillard led the Spartans with 13 points each, while Sam Haese paced the Tigers with 14. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco (4-4, 5-5 overall) will now play Waupaca Tuesday night at home. Wrightstown (8-0, 12-0 overall) stays in first place and remains undefeated in the North Eastern Conference.

 

  The next Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball game broadcast on WBDK 96.7FM will be next Friday when they play Fox Valley Lutheran.  

Girls' basketball round-up: Storm clips Eagles

Kewaunee remains perfect on the season after beating Southern Door Thursday night 43-29.

 

Nursing a five-point lead at the break, the Storm outscored the Eagles 23-14 in the final stanza to put the game away. The two top scorers in the Packerland Conference once again led their respective teams with Kewaunee's Mackenzie Tlachac collecting 17 points and Southern Door's Nicole Norton registering nine points of her own.  

Wrestling round-up: Luxemburg-Casco pins their way through Oconto Falls

Luxemburg-Casco got pins in six of its eight wins Thursday night as it beat Oconto Falls 46-25 in Northeastern Conference dual meet action.

 

Reece Worachek, Joseph Chervenka, Travis LeGrave, Lucas Joniaux, Tristan Thiry, and Issac Blohowiak all got falls on the evening while the Spartans got bonus points from Kyle Kroll (285, major decision). Oconto Falls kept it close by getting pins of their own, collecting three falls on the evening. 

 

No scores were reported in the other match involving a local team with Kewaunee paying a visit to Oconto.

 

Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 46.0 Oconto Falls (OCFA) 25.0
170: Clayton Whiting (OCFA) over Collin Schroeder (LUCA) (Fall 1:45) 182: Reece Worachek (LUCA) over Jeremy  Caldwell (OCFA) (Fall 2:45) 195: Joseph Chervenka (LUCA) over Jacob Kaminski (OCFA) (Fall 5:55) 220: Travis LeGrave (LUCA) over Alec Halvorsen (OCFA) (Fall 1:26) 285: Kyle Kroll (LUCA) over Elijah Zielinski (OCFA) (MD 10-0) 106: Easton Worachek (LUCA) over Graeson Pankratz (OCFA) (Dec 12-8) 113: Brendan  Konitzer (OCFA) over Tyler Derenne (LUCA) (Fall 4:32) 120: Hunter Joniaux (LUCA) over Jaden Ganter (OCFA) (Dec 4-0) 126: Luke Trepanier (OCFA) over Luke Shefchik (LUCA) (Dec 6-4) 132: Lucas Joniaux (LUCA) over Anthony Trevor (OCFA) (Fall 0:46) 138: Trevor Schindel (OCFA) over George Herlache (LUCA) (MD 17-3) 145: Tristan Thiry (LUCA) over Weston  Borkovec (OCFA) (Fall 5:08) 152: Isaac Blohowiak (LUCA) over Alex Washbisch (OCFA) (Fall 1:55) 160: Wyatt Borkovec (OCFA) over Ethan Jerabek (LUCA) (Fall 0:57)

Bucks hold on against Celtics

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Boston Celtics 128-123 at the Fiserv Forum on Thursday night. A game that featured the top two teams in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter and did all they could to hold on the rest of the game. 

The Celtics weren’t going to just lay down against the best team in the East. 

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way by posting 32 points to go along with 17 rebounds. He was only three assists away from a triple-double. Khris Middleton chipped in 23 points of his own. Milwaukee shot 51 percent from the three-point line as a team on the night. 

 

The Bucks now move to a league-leading 37- 6 on the season. They have a 7.5 game lead over the next best team in the Eastern Conference. Milwaukee will now travel to New York where they will take on the Nets Saturday night. Tip-off will be at five from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. 

Phoenix come back against Golden Grizzlies

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team erased an early 15 point deficit en route to a 73-69 win over Oakland.

 

It was 19-4 in the opening minutes of the game, but the Phoenix used a 21-6 run to close the gap and be down only 38-35 at the break. The Phoenix locked down on defense in the second half and held the Golden Grizzlies to 32 percent shooting the rest of the way. Three Phoenix players scored in double-figures, including 22 points from freshman phenom Amari Davis. 

 

The Phoenix men return to action Saturday with a noon game against Detroit while the Phoenix women play tonight against IUPUI.

Spartans clash with undefeated Tigers on WBDK--6pm Gametime

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans look to beat the weather and the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers Friday night in North Eastern Conference basketball.  Due to expected severe weather coming in Friday evening, the game has been moved up to start at 6 pm.  The Spartans snapped a three-game losing streak on Tuesday by blowing out Denmark 86-67 on the road.  Wrightstown (7-0, 11-0 overall) is coming off an 80-52 drubbing of Fox Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.  The Tigers are led by Sam Haese who is averaging 16.8 points per game.  Logan Doell is averaging 20 points per game for Luxemburg-Casco (4-3, 5-4 overall).  He is coming off a career-high 33 points in the Denmark game.  The L-C - Wrightstown Pregame show is set for 5:40 pm Friday on WBDK 96.7FM with tip-off scheduled for about 6 pm.  The game will also be live-streamed on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

(photo courtesy of Della Otradovec)

 

In addition to the Luxemburg-Casco/Wrightstown matchup featured on 96.7 WBDK Friday night, three other games with local implications will take place around the area.

 

With tip-off times expected for 7:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay travels to Algoma, Gibraltar hosts Southern Door, and Kewaunee plays at home against Sevastopol. Some games in the area have seen their start times moved up due to the winter storm hitting the area at around 6 p.m., so that may also be a possibility for these games as well.

Swimming heads to Two Rivers

Door County United hits the pool for the first of two meets this week when they travel to Two Rivers on Thursday. Plymouth High School will be the third team in the triangular featuring Door County and Two Rivers. First events are slated to begin at 6 p.m. Door County United will swim again Saturday beginning at noon at the Sheboygan South Invitational. 

Wrestling preview: Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco hit the road

Two Kewaunee County wrestling teams will hit the road for dual matches Thursday evening.

 

Kewaunee head to Oconto for a dual beginning at 7 p.m. Many of its wrestlers have not competed since it battled Peshtigo on January 9th. Gina Augustian picked up two wins and Jacob Van Goethem picked up one more at a tournament in Little Chute last weekend. Oconto wrestled five kids at the Manawa Invitational earlier this month with Issac Diaz pinning his way to a championship at 182 pounds. First whistle is slated for 7 p.m.

 

Luxemburg-Casco travels to Oconto Falls for their dual meet. The Spartans wrestled Marinette in a make-up meet on Tuesday ahead of a break from tournament action for the next few weeks. They are still slated to face stiff competition in that time however with duals scheduled against Wrightstown and Coleman. The two teams start their dual at 6:30 p.m.

Southern Door, Kewaunee girls battle

The Southern Door Eagles and the Kewaunee Storm girls' basketball teams are providing the only local Packerland action this evening.

 

The Storm comes into the game a perfect 10-0 on the season and 6-0 in conference play after defeating Sevastopol earlier this week 79-30. Mackenzie Tlachac has been a one-girl wrecking crew for the Storm, leading the team in points (22.6 ppg), rebounds (6.2 rpg) and assists (2.5 apg). Her points average puts at the top of Packerland leaderboard.  Playing on the same court as Tlachac is the conference's leading scorer in the conference, Southern Door's Nicole Norton at 17.6 ppg. The Eagles' Jacqlyn Atkins has been helping her out along the ways as she leads the Packerland Conference in assists at over four per contest. Southern Door is coming off a tough 51-48 loss to Gibraltar Tuesday night after holding a 29-14 lead at halftime.

 

Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. in Kewaunee.

 

 

Phoenix finish homestand against Motown teams

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team will finish their five-game homestand with a pair of Motor City matchups beginning Thursday night against Oakland. 

 

The Phoenix has come up short its last two times out, including a loss to in-state rival Milwaukee last Saturday 87-80. The Golden Grizzlies come into the contest with an identical 7-11 overall record and 2-3 Horizon League mark. They snapped a three-game losing streak with a 68-55 win over Cleveland State on Saturday.

 

Tip-off at the Resch Center is set for 7 p.m.

Spartans dominate on the road 86-67 over Denmark

The Luxemburg-Casco High School boys basketball team has suffered from some close losses in recent weeks so they decided to make Tuesday’s game a no-doubter, winning by 19 at Denmark. L-C improves to 5-4 overall and 4-3 in North Eastern play with the win. That is good for a three-way tie for third place in the conference.

 

Luxemburg-Casco’s next game is Friday night when they host Wrightstown. The Tigers are undefeated in the conference. The game begins at 7 PM and will be aired on 96.7 WBDK and streamed online.

 

Photo courtesy of Della Otradovec

Bucks handle Knicks at home

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the New York Knicks 128-102 at the Fiserv Forum on Tuesday night. It was a jam-packed night in Milwaukee as President Trump was holding a rally two doors down. The Bucks got out to an early lead in the first quarter and never looked back.  

 

Even though the Bucks held a 25 point lead at halftime, Giannis Antetokounmpo kept his team focused to put the finishing touches on the lowly Knicks team. He led the way with 37 points in only 22 minutes. Just about as efficient as one can get on the night. Khris Middleton chipped in 17 of his own in similar minutes.  

 

Giannis made it clear after the game that it’s important for them to keep playing their game in blowouts. “I’m just trying to be aggressive and make plays,” Antetokounmpo said. “When you come out with the mindset to make the lead go to 20 or 30 or 40, that’s when you mess up the lead.” 

 

The Bucks now move to 36-6 on the season with a comfy seven-game cushion on the rest of the conference. The Boston Celtics will come to town on Thursday for a matchup. That contest will tip-off at seven from the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. 

Southern Door drops dual to Two Rivers on 104.1 WRLU

Southern Door battled but came up short in Two Rivers Tuesday, losing its wrestling dual 45-27 on 104.1 WRLU.

 

Raiders' 195-pound wrestler Anderson Kopidlansky won the first contested match of the evening, winning by technical fall over Riley Phillips 16-1. After Southern Door got their first points via a forfeit, Blake Jensen was pinned by Connor Sanford at 285 pounds. Alec Guilette got the first contested win for the Eagles with an 11-4 decision over Isaiah Massman at 113 pounds. The Raiders would score points in six of the final weight classes, highlighted by two-time defending state champion Matty Bianchi capturing an 8-2 decision over Grant Englebert in a battle of two of the best wrestlers in the state. Griffin Slezewski and Brady Tooley got the other two wins for the Eagles, each registering pins at 132 pounds and 170 pounds respectively.

 

The Eagles will have one of their longest breaks of the season before they wrestle again next Thursday night against Oconto and Peshtigo at Sturgeon Bay High School.

Boys' basketball game: Kewaunee, Algoma play non-conference games

Luxemburg-Casco faces a familiar foe while Algoma and Kewaunee face non-Packerland teams in Tuesday boys' basketball action.

 

The Spartans travel to Denmark for a 7:00 p.m. After a tough 54-51 loss to Freedom last week, the Spartans hope to add another game between them in the Vikings in the Northeastern Conference standings.

 

The Storm gets to stay at home to face Brillion. Non-conference games have served up the only blemishes on the Storm's schedule this season, which has them currently 7-2 overall and a perfect 6-0 in the Packerland. Tip off is at 7:30 p.m.

 

The Wolves will get to make the long road trip to Gresham this evening for their game. They are still looking for their first win of the season after falling in their last game to Southern Door 71-45. Their tip off is also 7:30 p.m.

Wrestling preview: Southern Door travels to Two Rivers on 104.1 WRLU

The Southern Door Eagles wrestling teams will hit the road for a dual meet for the first time since December when it travels to face Two Rivers on 104.1 WRLU.

 

The Eagles went 2-3 at a quintuple dual hosted by Stratford in December before going 2-1 in recent weeks at home, including last Thursday's win over Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol. Grant Englebert and Griffin Slezewski continue their strong starts to the season including being the top place winners for the team at last weekend's Cutler Classic in New London. Two Rivers are coming off a week layoff after topping New Holstein last Tuesday. The Purple Raiders are of course led by Matty Bianchi, who won his second straight state title last season after playing spoiler for Luxemburg-Casco's Bryce Bosman's perfect career in WIAA state matches. Tim Kowols and Greg Letter will have the call on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 6 p.m. with the pre-match show followed by first whistle at 6:30 p.m.

 

Other wrestling action tonight includes Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Marinette to face the Marines in their rescheduled meet from December. That meet also begins at 6:30 p.m.

Girls' basketball preview: Packerland slate packed

With Luxemburg-Casco taking the night off after a big win Monday night, Tuesday features three cross-peninsula matchups for Packerland girls' basketball action.

 

Tuesday's slate includes Sevastopol hosting Kewaunee, Gibraltar traveling to Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay playing at home against Algoma. All the games begin at 7:30 p.m.

Bucks host Knicks Tuesday

With President Donald Trump just a block away at a rally, the Milwaukee Bucks hope they can continue their winning ways Tuesday when they host the New York Knicks.

 

The Bucks are on a three-game winning streak after dropping the first of their four-game western road swing at San Antonio. The Knicks had been streaking in the opposite direction before it beat the Miami Heat 124-121 to snap a five-game skid.  Giannis Antetokounmpo hopes his injury issues are behind him after nursing a sore back during the road trip. He scored 32 points his last time out.

 

Tip time is 7 p.m., which is also when President Trump's rally at the neighboring UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena is also set to begin. Visitors to both events are being asked to arrive early because of tighter security in the area.

 

 

Lady Spartans outgun Marinette 84-71 on WBDK

In a high-scoring affair Monday night the Luxemburg-Casco girls’ basketball team held on to defeat the Marinette Marines 84-71 in a North Eastern Conference game In Luxemburg. 

 

 

The Spartans were able to hit three-point shots and take advantage of extra chances under the hoop in the first half to claim a 46-38 lead at intermission. 

 

 

Building a double-digit lead in the second half, the Spartans withstood a run by Marinette in which the Marines closed the lead to a single point.  Clutch baskets and free throws in the final four minutes salted the game away for Luxemburg-Casco as Lauren Adams scored a team-high 25 points, including 16 in the first half.  Cassie Flynn added 16 points while Heather Dart contributed 14 and Taylor Thiry knocked down 13 more to lead a balanced attack for the Spartans. 

 

 

L-C needed a big offensive night to counter Marinette’s Katelyn Kitzinger who had a career night scoring 35 points for the Marines. 

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco (3-5, 3-7 overall) will now host Oconto Falls Thursday before playing their third straight home game next Monday against Denmark in a game that will be broadcast on 96.7FM  WBDK and streamed on DoorKewauneeCountyHighSchool.com.  

 

 

(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

SD middle school wrestlers win tourney

Saturday our Middle School Eagles Wrestling Team competed at the Ashwaubenon Duals in the Jungle Invite. The format changed this year from team duals to individual 8-man round robin. As a team we took 1st place out of 8 teams. We went 59-27 in contested matches. In individual action our lowest place was 5th with 7 wrestlers leading the way with 1st place finishes: Tucker Cornette, Gavin Geisel, Mason Motquin, Alex Buhr, Trevor Englebert, Wyatt Wilke, Hayden Jeanquart. This is always one of our toughest team events of the season.

Our goal going into Ashwaubenon was to get everyone matches, be competitive in every match and correct a few things we worked on in practice from the week before at Denmark Duals. We did all that and more!!!!

Coming up next is a dual at Two Rivers on Tuesday.

 

Post with picture courtesy of the Southern Door Wrestling Club Facebook page

 

 

Sturgeon Bay/Seymour game moved

A game postponement is making for a non-existent boys' basketball slate on Monday.

 

Sturgeon Bay was originally scheduled to play Seymour at home Monday night. That game has now been moved to Saturday for a 6 p.m. It joins Sevastopol on the Saturday boys' basketball slate with the Pioneers facing NEWCHAA on the road for a 6:30 p.m. tilt. Three boys' basketball games are on the docket for tomorrow including Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Denmark, Kewaunee hosting Brillion and Algoma hitting the road to face Gresham.

Packers survive Seahawks

The Green Bay Packers staved off a strong second-half push by Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night, winning the game 28-25 at Lambeau Field.

 

The Packers got off to a fast start with Aaron Rodgers finding Davante Adams open for a 20-yard score on their opening drive. After the Seahawks got on the board with a field goal, the Packers pushed across the endzone twice in the second quarter thanks to the legs of Aaron Jones. The two teams would trade scores in the third quarter with Rodgers finding Adams again from 40 yards out after the Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch got his first of two touchdowns to open the second half. The Seahawks would score two more touchdowns to bring the game to within three with just a few minutes left. After the Seahawks punted the ball, the Packers were able to drain down the clock with a completion to Jimmy Graham the game clincher.

 

The Packers will head to San Francisco to play another 5:40 p.m. Sunday game with a chance to go to the Super Bowl on the line.

Door County United swims again Thursday

The Door County United swim team will hop back in the pool twice this week for meets.

 

The co-op team made up of swimmers from all four Door County mainland schools will head to Two Rivers for a triangular meet on Thursday before heading to Sheboygan South for an invitational on Saturday. The team will get a break after swimming in three meets in eight days with no meets scheduled until January 30th after this weekend.

Lady Spartans host Marinette on WBDK Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls basketball team will play host to the Marinette Marines on Monday night in a North Eastern Conference game.  The Spartans (2-5,2-8 overall) are coming off a 69-36 loss to first place and undefeated Freedom last Tuesday.  Marinette (2-5, 3-5 overall) lost to Clintonville 61-45 last Tuesday.  The game will be broadcast on WBDK 96.7 FM and streamed on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call with the pregame show scheduled for 7 pm and tip-off set for 7:15 pm. 

Wrestling round-up: L-C wins Port Washington Invitational

Luxemburg-Casco had three wrestlers with perfect 3-0 days as they captured the Port Washington Invitational to lead area wrestling action on Saturday. Luke Shefchik, Reece Worachek, and Kyle Kroll each went undefeated on the day to capture 1st place finishes. Lucas Joniaux took second.

 

Southern Door took eighth and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol took 15th in the Cutler Classic held at New London High School. Alec Guilette, Griffin Slezewski, Grant Englebert, Drew DeFere, Riley Phillips, and Brodie Overbeck all placed in the top eight at the tournament, with Englebert finishing as the top finisher for Southern Door at second place. Ben Denamur took seventh and Nick West took sixth to lead Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol.

 

 

 

Boys' basketball round-up: Pollman eclipses 1,000 points

Southern Door was able to get back on track with a win and Sevastopol's Robby Pollman got just a notch above 1,000 points in his career to lead the area's Saturday basketball slate.

 

Pollman scored 18 points to end the night officially with 1,001 points in his career, the first in Sevastopol history. That was enough to lead the Pioneers to victory as Sam Lindenberg scored 21 points and Luke Steebs added 18 in Gibraltar's 79-63 win over their county rivals.

 

The Eagles soared to victory after losing to Sturgeon Bay earlier in the week, beating Algoma 71-45. Alex Daoust scored a game high 22 points in the win.

 

Ryan Carmicheal scored 19 points and Tanor Bortolini had a double-double in Kewaunee's 67-52 win over Peshtigo. 

Door County United takes sixth

The Door County United swim team hit the pool for a Saturday swim meet.

 

The 200 yard medley team featuring Jacob North, Brock Aune, Connor Thompson, and Ethan Almstadt took second with a time of 1:46. The 200 butterfly team with Luke Bousley, Brock Aune, James Bollock, and Connor Thompson took third place. The 400IM featuring Luke Bousley, Drew Rass, Ethan Almstadt, and James Pollock took second with a time of 4:14 while the 200 breastroke team of Brock Aune, Connor Thompson, Jacob North, and Drew Rass took first with a time of 2:01. Door County also took third in the 400 meter freestyle relay with Ethan Almstadt, Jesper Johnson, Jacob North, and  Luke Bousely swimming a time of 3:38.

 

The team finished sixth in the nine team meet with 40 points.

Phoenix men struggle against Panthers, women top Titans

Milwaukee's defense kept the Green Bay Phoenix men in check from behind the arc in their 87-80 loss Saturday night while the women went wire to wire in their 65-48 win.

 

For the women in Detroit, Saturday afternoon's win took away the sting of falling to Oakland earlier in the week. Karly Murphy scored 16 points and Hailey Oskey chipped in 11 on the day. The Phoenix took control early, jumping out to 23-6 first-quarter lead. The Phoenix dominated in the paint, outscoring the Titans 42-10.

 

At the Resch Center in Green Bay, the Phoenix men were uncharacteristically quiet from three-point land. They did not hit their first three-point shot until late in the second half and went 4-12 on the evening. The Panthers, on the other hand, hit 11 of their 21 attempts led by Te'jon Lucas' 31 points. Amari Davis scored 28 points and Jayquan McCloud added 23 points in the loss.

 

Packers look to clinch NFC Championship berth against Seahawks

The Green Bay Packers hope to get revenge on the San Francisco 49ers, but they have to beat the Seattle Seahawks first Sunday evening at Lambeau Field.

 

Both teams have injury lists a mile long with approximately 70 percent of the Seahawks' rushing yards this season sitting on the bench while a sickness took out many of the Packers players earlier in the week. The two teams have not met in the playoffs since Brandon Bostick muffed an onside kick and the Seahawks capitalized on two consecutive drives to clinch a Super Bowl berth. The Packers had the last playoff laugh at Lambeau though, beating the Seahawks 42-20 in Brett Favre's final playoff win wearing the Green and Gold.

 

The game begins at 5:40 p.m.

Schedule adjustments for some weekend basketball games

Southern Door High School’s JV and varsity boys basketball games have been bumped up in anticipation of a potential winter storm set to hit late Saturday. The games will now take place in the early afternoon, at 12 PM and 1:30 PM respectively.


Friday’s scheduled varsity girls basketball game featuring Luxemburg-Casco hosting Marinette was postponed until Monday night related to the death of a Marinette student that happened earlier in the week.

 

Kewaunee blows past Peshtigo

The Kewaunee High School girls basketball team handed Peshtigo their first loss in conference play on Friday night. The Storm enjoyed some home cooking with a 44-28 triumph. Kewaunee and Peshtigo meet again on the other side of Green Bay on February 14th. With Kewaunee’s undefeated start now stretching to near the midpoint of the season, two games against Southern Door and a road trip to Valders of the Eastern Wisconsin Conference are the other games that look like potential trouble spots for the Storm.

Gibraltar breaks losing streak in convincing fashion

The Gibraltar High School girls basketball team snapped a five-game losing streak on Friday night with a dominating performance against Sevastopol. The Vikings won 58-34 at their home gym. Sevastopol falls to 0-6 in Packerland Conference play. Gibraltar improved to 2-3, a half game back of fourth place in the standings. Up next for Gibraltar is a trip to Brussels to take on Southern Door Tuesday. Sevastopol hosts undefeated Kewaunee.

Southern Door girls scratch out win

The Southern Door High School girls basketball team improved to 6-3 on the season by scratching out an ugly, low-scoring win against Algoma Friday. The Eagles topped the Wolves 38-34 as they erased a five-point halftime deficit by cranking up the defense. Algoma managed only eight points in the second half. 


With the loss, Algoma falls to 4-7 this season. The next game for both teams will happen Tuesday night. Southern Door hosts Gibraltar and Algoma travels to Sturgeon Bay.

 

Bucks dethrone Sacramento Friday

The Milwaukee Bucks bested Sacramento late Friday night despite an uncharacteristically off night for Giannis Antetokounmpo. The star has been partially sidelined the last couple weeks with a sore back. He managed only 13 points and 10 rebounds against the Kings. Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe and Donte DiVincenzo were happy to pick up the slack. All three had at least 18 points on the night as Milwaukee cruised to a 127-106 victory. 

Girls' basketball round-up: Sevastopol wins Thursday, L-C postponed Friday

The lone local game in girls' basketball action was kind to Sevastopol as the Pioneers beat NEWCHAA 53-37.

 

The game was part of a doubleheader and helped the Pioneers improve 3-6 on the year with a chance to win its first conference game Friday night against Gibraltar at 7:30 p.m.

 

Other games being played in girls' basketball include Southern Door traveling to Algoma and Kewaunee hosting Peshtigo for 7:30 p.m. tips. Luxemburg-Casco saw their game against Marinette until Monday. That game will still be at Luxemburg-Casco High School and broadcast on 96.7 WBDK.

Boys' basketball round-up: Sevastopol hits century mark

In addition to Luxemburg-Casco's heartbreaking defeat to Freedom on 96.7 WBDK, two other boys' teams hit the hardwood Thursday night.

 

Robby Pollman continued his mark to 1,000 points as he helped lead Sevastopol past NEWCHAA 100-69.

 

Gunnar Tebon went 4-5 from behind the arc and scored 22 points in Sturgeon Bay's 54-42 win over Peshtigo.

 

It was a relatively quiet night otherwise in local boys' basketball action with a close to full slate on the docket for Saturday night.

 

 

 

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Short-handed Phoenix fall at Oakland

Finishing with just four players was just one quick scene of a rough road trip opener for the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team, falling to Oakland 93-88.

 

Going into Thursday's game with just eight players to begin with, the Phoenix lost sophomore Hailey Oskey late and saw three other players foul out. The Grizzlies were able to take to the Phoenix at the free throw line, hitting 31 of their 34 attempts. Frankie Wurtz tried to will the Phoenix to victory, scoring 25 points while Madison Wolf chipped in another 16 points to go with her 18 rebounds. The Phoenix come back home after their Saturday matinee at Detroit Mercy.

Spartan lose heartbreaker to Freedom on WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys’ basketball could not hold Thursday night at home, as the Freedom Irish prevailed 54-51 in Luxemburg in a game the Spartans led for nearly the entire game. 

 

 

The Spartans started fast with an 18-4 lead in the first seven minutes frustrating the cold-shooting Irish early on.  Freedom then went on a 13-0 run to get right back into the game but the Spartans finished out the half scoring the final 11 points to go up 31-20.

 

 

The second half was back-and-forth with Freedom staying within striking distance until the final three minutes.  The Irish used a pressing defense to force numerous turnovers and easy baskets to eventually take the lead in the final minute on a steal and layup by Zach Mashlan.  The Spartans had a few opportunities at the end, but Matt Cravillion’s three-pointer bounced off the back of the rim at the buzzer. 

 

 

Mashlan, who started slow and still finished with 23 points, scored the final five points for the Irish to seal the victory.  Logan Doell led the Spartans with 20 points and Ryan Robillard added 15 more. 

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco (3-3, 4-4 overall) will now travel to Denmark Tuesday to play the Vikings before coming back home next Friday to face the undefeated Wrightstown Tigers on 96.7 FM WBDK.  Freedom improves their record to 5-1 in the North Eastern Conference and 8-1 overall.  

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

 

Wrestling round-up: Southern Door tops Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol on 104.1 WRLU

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol won more matches but it was Southern Door picking up the dual meet win by a score of 54-21 on 104.1 WRLU Thursday night.

 

Only seven of the 14 weight classes had contested matches with the Clippeneers winning four of them. Nick West pinned Brodie Overbeck in the second period and Wyatt Coburn registered one of his own against Dylan Wessel to break up a string of forfeits given up by Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol. The Eagles' Griffin Slezewski and Kyle Conard got pins of their to clinch the win for Southern Door but even up the contested matches at two wins apiece. The most exciting match of the night went down to the wire as Clippeneers senior wrestler David Condra got a two-point reversal as time ran out against Eagles newcomer Jonas Jandrin to secure the victory. The Southern Door's Grant Englebert and  Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Drew Barganz closed out the evening with pins for their respective teams. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol pinned their way through the exhibition matches with Sam Abel picking up two wins while Julia Gregory and Ben Roman each picked up one.

 

Both teams head to New London for a tournament on Saturday. Southern Door's next dual at Two Rivers will air on 104.1 WRLU Tuesday beginning at 6 p.m. with the prematch show followed by the opening whistle at 6:30  p.m.

 

In other wrestling action, Luxemburg-Casco got past Freedom 45-27 and Kewaunee faced Peshtigo. 

 

 

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestle on 104.1 WRLU

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol and Southern Door will renew their rivalry on the mat Thursday night when the two teams wrestle on 104.1 WRLU.

 

There have limited opportunities for the two sides to battle head to head so far this season with the two teams both competing at last month's On The Water Classic in Oshkosh and sharing the gym for double-dual against Bay Port and Gillett-Suring. Despite what the score may dictate, last year's 62-18 Eagles win offered some of the most exciting matches for both teams with two of the four contested matches going down to the wire. Ben Denamur and Nick West have been two of top wrestlers for Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol as of late with both getting at least three wins at least week's Manawa Invitational. For Southern Door, Griffin Slezewski and Grant Englebert each took 2nd place in their weight classes at the Rocket Scramble hosted by Cedar Grove-Belgium, but Shaun Tooley also had an impressive 4-1 record at 145 pounds.

 

Tim Kowols and Greg Letter will have the call on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the prematch show and the first whistle at 7 p.m. The match will also stream worldwide at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. Other wrestling action Thursday includes a rematch of last year's Division 2 sectional championship when Luxemburg-Casco visits Freedom at 6:30 p.m. and Kewaunee travels to Peshtigo for a 7 p.m. first whistle.

 

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Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys host Freedom on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball team play host  to the Feedom Irish Thursday night in a North Eastern Conference matchup.  The Spartans (3-2, 4-3 overall) look to snap a two-game losing streak after dropping a tough 59-51 game to Little Chute on Monday.  Freedom (4-1, 7-1) is on a six-game winning streak, having lost only to Wrightstown in the second game of the season.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK and streamed live on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.  The Pregame show is set for 7pm with tip off scheduled for 7:15pm.  

 

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Sevastopol girls' basketball hosts NEWCHAA

The cancellation of Sturgeon Bay's road trip to Wausaukee leaves the Sevastopol's girls basketball game against Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton as the only Thursday matchup.

 

The game is make-up from a December 12th doubleheader with the boys' team playing the late game. The Pioneers enter the contest 2-6 overall after losing to Algoma earlier this week 46-37. Zoe Kuehn is leading the Pioneers in all major categories including scoring (13 ppg), rebounding (8.2 rpg) and assists (2.8 apg). Bailey Rikkola has served as worthy sidekick to Kuehn as she is second on the team in those categories. 

 

The game will begin at 6 p.m. followed by the boys' game at 7:30 p.m.

Boys' basketball preview: Make-up games dot schedule

In addition to the broadcast of Thursday's Luxemburg-Casco/Freedom matchup on 96.7 WBDK, two boys' basketball games from December will be made up.

 

Sevastopol's December 12th game against Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton will follow the girls' game at 7:30 p.m. in Institute. Sturgeon Bay will make up its December 19th game against Peshtigo at home also at 7:30 p.m. 

Free throws seal Bucks victory

It took Giannis Antetokounmpo nailing down five straight free throws in the closing stages for the Milwaukee Bucks to nail down the 107-98 victory over the Golden State Warriors Wednesday night.

 

The Bucks struggled from the field all night long, missing 32 of its 41 shots from behind the arc. After being knotted up at 19 to end the first quarter, the Bucks were able to outscore the Warriors 28-20 in the second frame to give them the breathing room needed for the rest of the night. Antetokounmpo was able to still score 30 points and collect 13 rebounds in the Bucks' first visit to the Warriors new home court in San Francisco. Khris Middleton scored 21 points and Eric Bledsoe added 16 points in the victory. 

Sturgeon Bay boys shock Southern Door

The cannons were active on Tuesday as Sturgeon Bay High School boys basketball fired a warning shot across the bow of its Packerland competition. The Clippers surprised Southern Door in overtime 66-59. Don’t look now but Sturgeon Bay is 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the conference, good enough for second place. Game one is done but the rest of the week doesn’t get much easier for the Clippers. They host Peshtigo on Thursday and play Notre Dame at the Kress Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Saturday. 


Southern Door faces Algoma at home on Saturday in their next matchup.

 

Kewaunee boys blow out Oconto

The Kewaunee High School boys basketball team became the first Packerland team to get to five conference wins in 2019-2020. The Storm are the only squad with an unblemished record in conference, beating Oconto 70-48 on Tuesday. The Blue Devils fell to 3-3. Kewaunee’s next game is against Peshtigo who squeaked by Gibraltar Tuesday night. Kewaunee has proven itself as one of the conference’s best but Peshtigo remains an unknown commodity. The Bulldogs are 5-2 overall but don’t yet have a signature victory. Their conference wins have been against Sevastopol, Algoma, and Gibraltar who sport a combined 1-14 mark in the Packerland. Saturday afternoon’s matchup is definitely an intriguing one.

Sevastopol boys offense explodes against Algoma

The Sevastopol High School boys basketball team got its second win of the season Tuesday, breezing past Algoma 87-59. Robby Pollman is 20 points closer to 1,000 for his career. He needs just under 40 to hit the mark and should eclipse the milestone by next week. Arthur Hocevar led the team with 21 for the game. Algoma found 24 from Carter Zimmerman and another 14 points from Trevor Nell but they could not keep pace with the Pioneer offense. Algoma is still looking for its first victory.


Sevastopol’s next game is Thursday against NE Wisconsin Christian Home School, a great opportunity to put together the year’s first winning streak. Algoma visits Southern Door Saturday.

 

Gibraltar boys and girls on court Tuesday

The Gibraltar High School girls basketball team dropped its fifth straight contest on Tuesday at Gillett. The Tigers shot over 50 percent from the floor and got solid contributions from three starters to cruise 63-43. Aubrey DeBauch netted 21, Karissa Schaal racked up 19 and Camryn Long added 13 points for Gillett. Gibraltar was paced by Abbigael Sitte with 18 points. Nina Sitte and Sage Krause edged into double figures. Gibraltar attempts to snap its skid on Friday against Sevastopol.


The Gibraltar boys basketball team took a 27-18 lead into halftime at home against Peshtigo but couldn’t hold it. The Bulldogs had bite in the second stanza putting up 34 points and winning 52-50. Brady Ash and Sam Lindenberg each had a dozen for Gibraltar. Cade Tackmier dropped 18 for Peshtigo. The Gibraltar boys are now 1-6 overall. Their next game is Saturday at Sevastopol.

 

L-C girls submit to Freedom

The Luxemburg-Casco High School girls basketball team faced long odds Tuesday night on the road against the conference leaders. Freedom remained undefeated in North Eastern play, dispatching of the Spartans 69-36. The Irish had 10 scorers in the game compared to six for Luxemburg-Casco. Freedom jumped out to a 42-14 lead at halftime and then began substituting in players so that the second stanza was a relatively even 27-22 affair.


The game’s leading scorer was L-C’s Taylor Thiry with 23. No other Spartan had more than four points. Gabby Johnson had 14 for Freedom. Luxemburg-Casco’s next game is Friday against Marinette. Both teams are 2-5 in the NEC.

 

Girls' basketball review: Kewaunee, Southern Door, Algoma get victories

A busy Monday gave three local teams victories and Luxemburg-Casco waiting for tonight.

 

Algoma clawed back from a five-point halftime deficit to beat Sevastopol 46-37.

 

Ashley Pawlitzsky hit four three-pointers to lead Kewaunee to a 55-26 victory over Oconto

 

Southern Door topped Sturgeon Bay in its game 60-46. 

 

You can click on the links for recaps from DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com

 

In Tuesday night action, Luxemburg-Casco hits the road to the Freedom to battle the Irish at 7 p.m.

Boys' basketball review: L-C loses, four games tonight

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans had three players reach double figures but it was not enough to defeat conference rival Little Chute on Monday night.

 

Logan Doell led the Spartans with Matt Cravillion and Peyton Mrotek each pitching in 10 points in the 58-51 loss to the Mustangs. Keying the Mustangs win was Tate Huss who scored 20 points in the contest.

 

Tuesday night is all Packerland Conference action with Algoma hosting Sevastopol, Southern Door hitting the road to face county rival Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee playing at home against Oconto, and Gibraltar staying in Fish Creek to face Peshtigo. All the games are 7:30 p.m. starts.

 

Spurs' hot shooting sinks Bucks

The San Antonio Spurs sank 19 three-pointers en route to beating the Milwaukee Bucks Monday night 126-104.

 

Patty Mills hit six three-pointers on his way to a 21 point night. Nine different Spurs players hit three-point shots, include its leading scorer DeMar DeRozan who scored 25 on the evening.  The Bucks themselves hit 15 such shots, but at a much lower percentage (55%-34%). Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way for the Bucks, scoring 24 points and collecting 12 rebounds in the loss. 

 

The Bucks look to start a new winning streak on Wednesday when they travel to San Francisco to face the Golden State Warriors.

Luxemburg-Casco basketball to air on 96.7FM WBDK

A slate of 10 boys and girls basketball games are scheduled to be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK this winter.  The five boys and five girls' games will also be streamed on DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will broadcast the games starting this Thursday with the L-C Spartan boys home game against the Freedom Irish.  The first girls' game will be on Friday.  Tune at 7 pm for the pregame show with tip-off scheduled for about 7:15 pm.  The entire schedule of games to be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK is listed below.

 

                                                      BOYS                             TIP OFF  

 THURSDAY  1/9     FREEDOM   (HOME)                           7:15pm

FRIDAY  1/17          WRIGHTSTOWN (HOME)                   7:15pm

 FRIDAY  1/24         FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN (HOME)      7:15pm

 MONDAY 2/10      LITTLE CHUTE (HOME)                        7:15pm

TUESDAY 2/18      DENMARK (HOME)                               7:15pm

 

                                                       GIRLS                                    TIP OFF 

FRIDAY 1/10        MARINETTE    (HOME)                                 7:15pm

MONDAY 1/20     DENMARK  (HOME)                                     7:15pm

THURSDAY 1/30   FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN  (HOME)             7:15pm

TUESDAY  2/11     FREEDOM   (HOME)                                    7:15pm

MONDAY 2/17    SEYMOUR (HOME)                                        7:15pm

Girls basketball preview: Packerland in action

Two intra-peninsular match-ups highlight the Monday girls' basketball slate.

 

The all-Packerland Conference schedule of games includes Kewaunee traveling to Oconto, Gibraltar visiting Peshtigo, Southern Door hosting Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol playing at home against Algoma. All games begin at 7:30 p.m.

 

The Storm is currently tied with the Bulldogs atop the Packerland standings thanks to leading scorer Mackenzie Tlachac's 22.6 points per game. The Vikings' Zoe Kuehn leads the conference in rebounding at 8.2 per game while the Eagles' Jacqlyn Atkins is pacing the Packerland in assists at 4.9 a contest.

 

 

 

Luxemburg-Casco boys' basketball gets crack at Little Chute

The Luxemburg-Casco boys' basketball team will be the second team from the peninsula in three days to battle the Little Chute Mustangs on Monday night.

 

The Mustangs struggled to keep up with Southern Door their last time out, losing to the Eagles 66-43. The Spartans hope to rebound after a tough 58-55 loss to Fox Valley Lutheran on Friday night. The Mustangs are just a game behind the Spartans and Freedom for second place in the North Eastern Conference, which is led by Wrightstown at 4-0 in league play. 

 

The game is at Little Chute and will tip off at 7 p.m.

Southern Door Middle School wrestlers take second

The Southern Door Eagles Middle School Wrestling Team impressed in their first team tournament of the season with a 2nd Place finish at the Denmark Middle School Duals on Sunday.  With a combined match record of 49 wins and 21 losses, they went 3-1 in dual meets.  Great job Eagles!

Southern Door 69 - Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol 12
Southern Door 59 - Brillion 18
Southern Door 70 - Denmark 31
Bay Port 81 - Southern Door 48

 

Several Southern Door youth wrestlers took part in the 21st Annual Denmark Youth Tournament Sunday.  Three of them brought home 1st Place!  Payton Jeanquart, Flynn Jeanquart and Austin Ferron.  Other results were:

2nd Place - Clark LeFevre, Jonah Lefevre 

3rd Place - Colton Valley

4th Place - Franklin Bloniarz, Emma Cornette, Brennan Baun

5th Place - Easton Micolichek, Peter Bloniarz 


Next up is a dual against Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol on Thursday at 4:30 in the Eagle Gym. 

 

 

Pictures submitted by Kevin Slezewski

 

 

Phoenix remain winless against Jaguars

The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team stumbled in the second game of their five-game homestand, losing to the IUPUI Jaguars 93-78 in a Sunday matinee at the Resch Center.

 

The Jaguars came into the game without a win in the Horizon League and just 4-12 on the season, but snapped out of their struggles against the Phoenix, knocking down 14 three-point shots and nearly shot 50 percent from the field. Guards Jaylen Minnett (31 points) and Marcus Burk (27 points) led the Jaguars in scoring. The Phoenix had four players score in double figures on the afternoon led by PJ Pipes' 18 points in another strong effort coming off the bench. It was the fifth straight loss against the Jaguars against the Phoenix, who have not beaten their Indianapolis rivals since IUPUI joined the Horizon League three years ago. 

 

The Phoenix continue their five-game homestand Saturday against Milwaukee in a 6 p.m. tilt. 

Packers get divisional playoff opponent

The Green Bay Packers finally know who they will be playing Sunday evening in the NFC Divisional Playoff Round.

 

An upset victory for the Minnesota Vikings over the New Orleans Saints made the night cap matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Seattle Seahawks a play-in game for the right to go to Lambeau Field. The Seahawks topped a depleted Eagles team 17-9 on the road. The Packers and the Seahawks will play each Sunday at 5:40 p.m.

Wrestling: Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol middle of the pack

Both Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol finished roughly in the middle of the pack in their respective tournaments on Saturday.

 

In Cedar Grove-Belgium, the Eagles finished in ninth place in the Rocket Scramble. Griffin Slezewski and Grant Englebert each took 2nd place in their weight class, but Shaun Tooley also had an impressive 4-1 record at 145 pounds.

 

Click here for full Southern Door results at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com

 

The Clippineers finished in eighth place at the Manawa Invitational.  Nick West finished in second place while Wyatt Colburn took third. Ben Denamur, David Condra, and Drew Barganz all had three wins on the day,

 

Click here for full Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com

 

The two teams face each other on Thursday at Southern Door.

Wolves cruise past Red Devils

The Algoma Wolves made the most of their Saturday afternoon in Titletown, defeating Green Bay East 55-32.

 

The Wolves outscored the Red Devils 33-18 in the opening frame thanks to Sydney Zimmerman and Halle Panger combining to score 21 points. Zimmerman would go on to score 16 points in the contest and Panger's total reached 13. The pair did most of their danger from behind the arc with each knocking down three three-pointers.  The Wolves were also able to get the Red Devils into foul trouble, forcing their Green Bay hosts to commit 22 fouls. Teegan Delarwelle paced the Red Devils in scoring with 16 points.

Eagles soar past Little Chute

In the only local boys basketball action on Saturday, Southern Door flew past Little Chute Saturday night 66-43.

 

Ryan Claflin scored 26 points and Alex Daoust added another 15 as they staked the Eagles to a 16 point halftime lead against the visiting Mustangs. That was thanks partly to Claflin's ability to hit the three point shot, who hit as many (3) as the rest of the Mustangs. Kade Van Asten paced the Mustangs with 16 points in the defeat. 

 

Picture from Southern Door School District Facebook Page

Phoenix women top rival, men face IUPUI

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team responded to their loss against Wright State last Monday with a 61-48 win over the Milwaukee Panthers Saturday afternoon.

 

The Phoenix forced 18 turnovers in the game, scoring 15 points off of them to set the tone early. Meghan Pingel returned to action for the first time in almost a month by knocking down three three-pointers right from the get-go en-route to a 12 point game. Sophomore Hailey Oskey led all scorers with 17 points to lead the Phoenix to its second win in three tries. The Phoenix women will make their swing through Michigan later this week with games against Oakland on Thursday and a Saturday matinee against Detroit Mercy.

 

Speaking of matinees, the Phoenix men play at 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon against IUPUI as they look for their first wins against their visitors from Indianapolis since the Jaguars joined the Horizon League.

Bucks win round one against Spurs

The first in a home-and-home against the San Antonio Spurs went in the Milwaukee Bucks' favor Saturday night at the Fiserv Forum.

 

In the Bucks' 127-118 win over the  Spurs, they responded to a first-quarter deficit with a 42-35 in the second stanza to take the lead into half time. The Bucks would extend that lead further in the third quarter, outscoring the Spurs 32-25. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 32 points while Khris Middleton (21 pts) and Eric Bledsoe (20) each scored over 20 points in the win. DeMar  DeRozan led the Spurs with 26 points in the loss. The two teams face each other again Monday night at 7;30 p.m.

Girls and boys action for several area schools Friday

Four area high schools had boys and girls basketball games on Friday. Here's a recap of how they fared.

 

Kewaunee High School saw both teams win. The girls team improves to 7-0 this season.

 

Luxemburg-Casco High School split, both games decided by a lone bucket.

 

Sevastopol High School also split with the girls winning by double digits and the boys losing by ten against Sturgeon Bay.

 

Gibraltar High School had both the girls and boys teams drop games Friday by a lopsided margin.

Southern Door girls falter in second half

The Southern Door High School girls basketball team looked poised for a nonconference upset on Friday night. They led the Sheboygan Falls Falcons 21-16, but the visitors shook off the holiday hangover in a big way in the second half. The Eagles managed only eight points to Sheboygan Falls’ 35 in the last frame. When the dust settled the final score was 51-29. Both varsity teams at Sheboygan Falls are on long winning streaks and both have defeated Southern Door in the past week. The Eagles girls team returns to the court Monday against Sturgeon Bay.

Algoma boys can't collar Peshtigo

The Algoma High School boys basketball team is still looking for its first win of the season after falling at Peshtigo, 57-41, on Friday night. The Wolves had the game’s leading scorer overall in Carter Zimmerman. His 21 points were not enough to offset the balanced attack of the Bulldogs. Luke McMahon dropped in 17 with Seth Davis chipping in 13 and Tanner Marquardt contributed eight points. Algoma’s next game is against Sevastopol. Looking at their schedule, if the Wolves fail to pick up the win against the Pioneers they may be searching for a while. Games against Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay make the middle of January a tough stretch on the calendar.

UWGB men continue to build momentum

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s basketball team doesn’t have a flashy overall record at 7-9 but all signs point to a promising Horizon League campaign. The Phoenix kicked off conference play last weekend on the road against two of the league’s expected top finishers in Wright State and Northern Kentucky, which they split. Now Green Bay enjoys home cooking for five games. That started last night with an 85-71 win over Illinois-Chicago. Sunday afternoon they get a lackluster IUPUI squad. The schedule makers have gifted the Phoenix with an opportunity to be challenging for the top of the Horizon League standings through January.


Last night, it was once again freshman Amari Davis leading the way. He collected 21 points and five rebounds. Four other Phoenix players scored in double figures.

 

Badgers men's basketball team shocks Ohio State

Down goes number five Ohio State! The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team recorded the huge upset in Columbus on Friday night, 61-57. It wasn’t always pretty, especially at the beginning of each half. Wisconsin failed to score in its initial ten possessions of the first half and the seven possessions to start the second half. The Badgers battled to a 29-25 halftime lead and at the end of the game forward Nate Reuvers took over. He had seven points in the final 3:30 to finish off a classic Big Ten slugfest at Value City Arena.


Wisconsin is now 9-5 on the season and they have picked up impressive wins in two of their last three games against Tennessee and the Buckeyes. They are home against Illinois on Wednesday.

 

Girls basketball preview: Teams end week on busy note

Local girls' basketball teams are delaying their weekend a little bit with games scheduled for Friday evening.

 

In the Packerland Conference, Sevastopol gets an early 5:30 p.m. date at Tri-County. At 7:15 p.m., Kewaunee travels to Seymour and Gibraltar faces Two Rivers. Southern Door will stay at home to play Sheboygan Falls beginning at 7:30 p.m.

 

At 7 p.m., Luxemburg-Casco hosts Little Chute in Northeastern Conference play on Alumni Night.

Boys basketball preview: Teams return to action

For the first time since winter break began, almost all local high school boys basketball teams will be in action Friday night.

 

In Packerland Conference action, Kewaunee travels to NEW Lutheran, Gibraltar makes the trip to Oconto, Algoma battles at Peshtigo, and Sevastopol hosts Sturgeon Bay. All of those games tip off at 7:30 p.m. Southern Door will have to wait one more day for its game when it hosts Little Chute Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

 

In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Appleton for a 7 p.m. tip against Fox Valley Lutheran.

Algoma hosts alumni games

Former Wolves players will lace up their sneakers one more time this weekend in Algoma. 

 

The 5th Annual Alumni Basketball Game will take place tomorrow at Algoma High School starting at 1:00 p.m. Even though admission is free to the event, the games serve as a fundraiser for the Algoma Athletics Booster Club. Alumni can still sign up to play for a $20 fee. You can click on this link for more information.

Conference games highlight local college basketball slate

College basketball in the state of Wisconsin has entered its next phase with conference games hitting their stride this weekend.

 

Close to home, the Green Bay Phoenix men come back home after a brief two-game road trip to welcome Illinois-Chicago. The Phoenix rocked Northern Kentucky in its last game 73-59 while the Flames come to Green Bay after a 70-64 win against Youngstown State. Tip off is at 7 p.m. with the Phoenix's next opponent, IUPUI doing the same at Milwaukee.

 

Wisconsin faces a tough test in its Friday night match-up as they play fifth-ranked Ohio State at 6 p.m. in Columbus. The Badgers are coming off a three-game winning streak as they finished their non-conference slate after splitting their first two Big Ten games. The Buckeyes have split their last four games, including losses against Minnesota and 16th ranked West Virginia.

 

Marquette hosts 10th ranked Villanova tomorrow at 1 p.m.

Butler step closer to Hall of Fame

Even in a bye week, the Green Bay Packers are offering their fans some good news.

 

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday its list of 15 finalists, which includes former Packers safety LeRoy Butler. He played for the Packers from 1990-2001, during which he led the defense to three NFC title games and one Super Bowl win. A four-time All-Pro safety and a member of the All-90s team, Butler is also best known for his role in the invention of the Lambeau Leap. Butler will find out his fate February 1st, which is the day before the Super Bowl.

L-C to host girls basketball alumni night

Players from past Luxemburg-Casco girls basketball teams will be featured at Friday night's game.

 

It is part of the Alumni Night festivities surrounding the Spartans' matchup against Little Chute. Even though they won't be lacing them up for the Spartans, basketball alumni get into the game for free. Tip off for Friday's game is 7 p.m.

 

Bucks win fourth straight

The Milwaukee Bucks had to hold off a rally by the Minnesota Timberwolves to capture their fourth straight victory, winning the New Year's Day matchup 106-104.

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo led all scorers with 32 points while also collecting 17 rebounds. Khris Middleton, Brook Lopez, and Eric Bledsoe all chipped in double figures in points in the win. The Timberwolves showed an even scoring attack in the loss with seven players scoring in double figures with Shabazz Napier leading the team with 22 points.

 

The Bucks will next play on Saturday at Fiserv Forum against the San Antonio Spurs. 

 

 

Badgers turn over game to Ducks

The Wisconsin Badgers arguably outplayed the Oregon Ducks in the Rose Bowl, but none of that mattered in a 28-27 heartbreaking defeat Wednesday evening.

 

The Badgers had more yards and held onto the ball for almost 20 minutes longer than the Ducks in its first Rose Bowl appearance since 2013. They also led the turnover department by a 4-1 margin. After giving up an opening drive touchdown to quarterback Justin Herbert, the Badgers scored the next 10 points unanswered thanks in part to a kickoff return by Aron Cruickshank. Herbert would use his legs for two other touchdowns, including the game clincher in the fourth quarter. Jack Coan connected with Quintez Cephus at the end of the first half to give the Badgers a 17-14 lead at the break. The Ducks cashed in on a special teams miscue in the third quarter when punter Anthony Lottie dropped the snap and it was picked up by Brady Breeze to put the ducks on top. Mason Stokke scored the last touchdown for the Badgers on two yard run in the third quarter. 

 

The Badgers will have to wait until September 5th to get back on the football field again when they open the 2020 season against Indiana. 

Full slate of high school basketball Friday

Most of the Packerland Conference will be in action on the court Friday returning from a lull around New Year’s Day. In girls basketball, Sevastopol plays at 5:30 against Tri-County on the road. Just after 7 PM, Kewaunee is at Seymour and Gibraltar goes to Two Rivers. Southern Door is the only girls team at home, squaring off with Sheboygan Falls in a nonconference matchup.

 

The boys tip off at 7:30 PM with most area schools on the road. Kewaunee travels to NEW Lutheran, Algoma heads to Peshtigo, and Sturgeon Bay is at Sevastopol.

Pac-12 weakness could help Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin football team returns to Pasadena and the Rose Bowl Wednesday evening. Vegas has them as three-point favorites but other bowl games suggest the advantage could be much greater. The Pac -12 and the ACC are widely regarded as the worst power 5 conferences in the country. It is showing so far this bowl season. Iowa played the University of Southern California in San Diego, essentially a home game for the Trojans, and doubled them up, 49-24. Iowa is the fifth, maybe sixth, best team in the Big Ten. USC is the third-best in the Pac-12 and it wasn’t close.


Tuesday night, Utah was clobbered by a 5-loss Texas team in the Alamo Bowl, 38-10. Utah was the Pac-12’s runner-up. The Utes lost to Oregon in the conference championship game. It is clear that Wisconsin’s schedule was significantly more difficult than the Ducks. That should reap benefits on the field at the Rose Bowl.

 

Milwaukee Bucks home for New Year's

The Milwaukee Bucks have the pleasure of playing on Christmas and New Year’s Day this season. There are only four games across the entire NBA tonight with the Bucks hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves being one of them. Milwaukee was on the road in Philadelphia for a Christmas matinee and that didn’t go so well. They trailed by a large margin for most of the game in their worst loss of the season. Minnesota enters the game at 12-20 on the season out of the Western Conference. 


The NBA guarantees two games against every team. The Bucks and Timberwolves have played each other once already, back on November 4th. The Bucks won that game 134-106 with much of that distance being created in the second half. Minnesota was 4-1 entering that game, at home, before the Bucks caught fire and they lost by 28. They will have none of those advantages Wednesday night.

 

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