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Bays topple Islander in DCL baseball

The Sister Bay Bays are all alone in first place after an impressive 11-2 win over Washington Island.


According to the Bays Facebook page, the Bays took the lead in the first, 3-0 and never looked back. 2 hits by Sam Forkert, Dusty Johnson and Casey Weddig to lead the way for Sister Bay. The other games in the DCL with unreported scores include Kolberg playing Gibraltar and  Maplewood hosting Baileys Harbor. 

Schneider, Schick win inaugural Lake to Lake Race

Rodee Schneider and I. Shick took home the top honors in Saturday's Jacksonport Lake to Lake Race.


In the 10K race, Schneider from Madison, Wisc. averaged 5:38 mile splits to win the race in a time of 34:58. Joseph Miscimarra of LaGrange, Ill. and Jackson Parr of Madison rounded out the top three times under 40 minutes. Green Bay's Sue Pierson led the way for the women with a time of 43:07.


In the two-mile, Schick, an eight-year-old from De Pere won with a time of 14:10.


Full results can be found here for the two-mile and four-mile events. 

Gamblers wrap up entry level draft

The Green Bay Gamblers selected Team USA defenseman Ethan Straky with their first pick (11th overall) in the 2021 USHL Entry Draft.  Straky appeared in 50 games tallying 16 points (2g & 14a).  The Notre Dame commit also played for Team USA at the 2021 U18 World Championships this past April/May.


The Gamblers traded the #21 overall pick to Sioux Falls for future considerations.

With the #26th overall pick the Gamblers selected centerman Tim Delay.  The Boston College commit averaged over a point a game at St. Sebastian’s.


Other draft picks include forwards Stepan Kuznetsov (New Jersey Rockets), Oliver Stumpel (Reprezentacia SR), Nick Sajevic (Gentry Academy), Jack Plandowski (Bishop Kearney Selects), Riley Fitzgerald (Boston Hockey Academy), Cooper Conway (Andover High School), defensemen Tyler Pfister (Kenai River NAHL), Ross Roloson (Minot NAHL), David Hejduk (Colorado Thunderbirds), Alexandre Perreault (Detroit Little Caesars), Erick Comstock (Warroad H.S.) and goaltenders Austin McNicholas (Salisbury), Max Beckford (Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs) and Klayton Knapp (Tri-City Spartans).


Stumpel, Roloson and Hejduk all have fathers who played in the NHL.  Hejduk’s father, Milan won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche in 2000-01. Plandowski’s dad, Daryll, who tallied the game-winning overtime goal for Northern Michigan in the 1991 National Championship game, is the Director of Amateur Scouting for the Arizona Coyotes.


Draft picks, returners and free agents will be in Green Bay, June 19-24 for the team’s tryout camp.  Camp takes place at the Resch Center and is open to the public.  Camp times will be posted on the Gamblers website

Brewers sweep Nats

The Milwaukee Brewers got two runs in the first inning and didn't need much more than that in its 3-0 win Sunday over the Washington Nationals.


Avisail Garcia drove in the pair of first-inning runs with his tenth home run of the year while Omar Narvaez drove in the third run with a solo shot in the ninth.


Brandon Woodruff sparkled in this one, throwing five innings of no-hit ball en route to a seven-inning shutout with 10 strikeouts. Josh Hader nailed down his 12th save of the season.


The Brewers play a matinee at home against Zach Short and the Detroit Tigers at 2:20 p.m.

Brewers sweep doubleheader

The Milwaukee Brewers capped off a good night for Milwaukee sports with winning both of their seven inning games against the Washington Nationals on Saturday. In the first game, the crew got off to a fast start and were up 4-0 after three innings. The Brewers played tough defense the rest of the way, winning 4-1 in the first of the doubleheader. In the second game the Brewers came into the top of the sixth inning tied at two, and separated from there. The Brewers launched the 6-2 victory by scoring four runs in the sixth. The Brewers don’t get much time to relax, as they face the Nationals again on Sunday. First pitch is scheduled 12:05 PM. 


Bucks bounce Miami

The Milwaukee Bucks showed their year to year growth on Saturday with a 120-103 win to end the Miami Heat season. A year after losing in five games in last year’s playoffs that took place in Orlando’s bubble, the Bucks were able to return the favor in Florida. Milwaukee won the first round series in four games and awaits the winner of the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics series. Currently, Brooklyn is ahead 2-1. Milwaukee is the first team in the NBA playoffs to advance to the conference semifinals. 


Algoma baseball has rough go against North Fond du Lac

The Algoma  Wolves baseball could not get a hold of the North Fond du Lac Orioles's offense in a pair of losses on Saturday.


In game one, Algoma fell behind 5-0 early on its way to a 9-1 loss. Noah Lukes drove in the lone run for the Wolves. Grant Vandervest and Carson Lischka each had a hit.


In game  2, the Wolves jumped out to a three run lead only to see an 11 run inning by the Orioles put the game well out of reach in a 15-3 loss. Javen Charles gave up four runs in his three innings of work to lead the Wolves pitching staff.

Voyageurs, St. Louis Scott Gallagher draw

Green Bay and St. Louis will have to play another day to score a goal against each other as they tied each other Saturday night at Capital Credit Union Park.


The result leaves the Voyageurs still winless on the season after falling to Des Moines for the second time of the season on Friday 2-1. 

Bucks getting brooms ready

A full season after losing in five games to the Miami Heat in the 2020 playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks have a chance for vengeance on Saturday. At 12:30 PM, Milwaukee has a chance to close out the series in just the fourth game. The Bucks are attempting to put out the Heat season in Miami. On Thursday, the Bucks lost three-point weapon Donte DiVincenzo for the remainder of the playoffs with a foot injury. If Milwaukee advances to the second round of the playoffs, they face the winner of the series between the Brooklyn Nets and the Boston Celtics. 


Softball: Early innings gouge Spartans

Luxemburg-Casco had a second-inning slide that would define the game for them on Friday, and end a lengthy winning streak. In the first inning, they gave up a run to Denmark and would answer with a run of their own in the top of the second inning. In the bottom half of that inning, Denmark would burst to a four-run inning to go up 5-1. In the final half-inning, the Spartans only got one of the four necessary runs and fell 5-2. They collected five hits in the game. The loss snaps an eleven-game winning streak for Luxemburg-Casco and drops their record to 14-3 overall. The Spartans return to the diamond when they travel to Waupaca on Tuesday, with a 4:30 PM start time. 


Baseball: Eagles slow down Clippers; Gibraltar postponed

After Gibraltar’s visit to Freedom was postponed, Southern Door’s trip to Sturgeon Bay was the only area game that took place on Friday. The Eagles and Clippers battled through windy conditions, but Southern Door took the road win to remain undefeated in Packerland play. 


On Saturday, Algoma will be the only area baseball team in action. They take on North Fon du Lac in a home doubleheader. The first game starts at 2:00 PM.


Girls Soccer: Clippers cruise to victory

Senior night was one to remember for the Sturgeon Bay players graduating from the program this Spring. Sturgeon Bay rolled to a 7-0 victory over Valders in a conference match on Friday. Scoring for the Clippers on Senior Night were seniors Miranda Olson with a pair of goals and a pair of assists, Elvira Bolanos-Bautista and Abbie Lenius. Other scorers were Scarlet Serafico who scored twice and Alexis Hemminger. Drew Star had 3 saves and Amber Spittlemeister had 2 saves to preserve the shutout.  Next for the Clippers is a home battle with Two Rivers on Tuesday at 4:30 pm.


Ejected fans see tougher fate

Much like players, fans at WIAA sporting events could face consequences beyond just one contest. The association which governs Wisconsin's high school sports passed a rule that fans who are ejected will now be prohibited from viewing the next sporting event. The rule change is an attempt for fans to think twice before acting out toward officials, coaches, and others by seeing longer-term repercussions if ejected. The new rule couples with legislation passed in the Wisconsin state senate and assembly.


Southern Door golf takes third in conference

The Packerland Conference ended its golf season on Thursday with Southern Door topping the local schools in the race for the crown.


Southern Door shot 197 at Wandering Springs Golf Course in a rain-shortened round, which was good for third place behind Peshtigo and Oconto. The final conference standings finished the same way with Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Sevastopol, and NEW Lutheran unable to fill full teams. Jacob Norton and Luke Olson each shot a 46 on the par 36 course to lead the Eagles. The top local individual was Gibraltar's Teddy Roth who shot a 45.


According to Southern Door, Norton finished sixth overall in the season individual point standings to earn all-Packerland Conference honors.



Gibraltar: Teddy Roth 45, Peyton Thomas 49.

Sevastopol: Henry Bley 60, Frankie DeYoung 62, Jordyn Welch 62.

Southern Door: Jacob Norton 46, Luke Olson 46, Gary Barta 52, Nic Pierre 53.

Sturgeon Bay: Kyle Bilski 48, Isaak Aune 53, Spencer Hubbard 55.

Spartans softball battles Denmark

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team will face off against its rival and co-conference leader Denmark before heading into the holiday weekend. 


Both teams enter the matchup 13-2 in conference play. The Spartans shut out Valders its last time out with a 6-0 win. The Vikings toppled Waupaca its last time out 14-6. Both teams are also post wild splits between their runs scored and runs given up. The Vikings have outscored their conference opponents 197-59 and the Spartans have done the same by a 121-30 margin.


The two teams square off in Denmark at 4:30 p.m.




Packers wrap up first OTA's

Though the biggest story the last month out of the Green Bay Packers organization may not be Organized Team Activities, they wrapped up their first round of the voluntary workouts on Wednesday. The big news was that MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers was not present, which is unusual for the 16 year veteran. Some have considered that a sign of discontent with the organization, and others have dismissed that notion given the number of other players who choose not to participate. That list of players includes four of the team’s top wide receivers, as well as All-Pro tackle David Bakhtiari, who is recovering from an ACL tear and All-Pro cornerback Jaire Alexander. Overall ten of the 89 players were absent. On Wednesday, the Packers signed Wide Receiver DeAndre Thompkins, a player who has circled the Pennsylvania football wagon. Thompkins played at Penn State University and had brief stints the last two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers. 


In the absence of the league’s MVP, Jordan Love took first team snaps at the practices. In a press conference, Head Coach Matt Lafleur and running back Aaron Jones each noted second year jumps. Jones commended Love’s improved command of the huddle and offense and Lafleur mentioned the ball jumping off his hand quicker and that he could tell Love stressed mechanics this offseason. Lafleur also repeated previous sentiments on Love, saying he still has a lot to learn. It is unclear if and when Aaron Rodgers will show back up to Lambeau Field, but the Packers will still be back for more voluntary workouts on June 1st.


Local track teams head to Green Bay West

Three schools from Door and Kewaunee counties will head to neighboring Brown County for a track meet Thursday afternoon.


Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, and Sevastopol will head to Green Bay West to face the home school and Menasha beginning at 4 p.m. It has been a successful week for all three schools before they set foot on the track. The girls squads for the Pioneers and the Spartans each won their respective meets earlier this week while the Storm swept the top spot at the meet they hosted on Tuesday.


The first events will be held at 4 p.m. with the weather already being considered for how the meet will be run. There will be no finals heats and some events could be combined to limit the athletes' exposure to the forecasted elements. 

Baseball: Storm win seventh straight

Kewaunee would heat up for the final leg of the regular season when they beat Bonduel handily on Tuesday. The Storm won by a 12-1 final score, and moved on to a 12-5 overall record. Their next game is a conference matchup on Tuesday when they play Gibraltar. They beat Gibraltar 14-1 on March 14th. Currently, the Storm are in second place in the Packerland Conference.

Softball: Kewaunee lights up scoreboard

In an opportunity to prepare for the postseason without the stress of a conference matchup, the Kewaunee Storm softball team dominated a non-conference game with Bonduel on Tuesday. The Storm won by a final score of 11-1. The Storm have won twelve of their last thirteen since starting the season 1-3 overall. Their overall record is 13-4. They return to conference play when they visit Southern Door on Thursday. The Eagles have a 7-2 conference record and are in third place in the Packerland. Kewaunee has yet to take a Packerland loss and hold a 9-0 conference record. First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 PM.

Track and Field recap: Kewaunee County hosts meets

On Tuesday, non-Door County schools hosted meets with teams in their respective conference. 


Luxemburg-Casco held a quad meet with Little Chute, Denmark, and Waupaca and took first place in the girl's division and took the silver medal in the boy's division.


At the Kewaunee meet, the Storm defended their home track, taking the top spot in both the girls and boys division. Algoma took fourth place in the girl's division and fifth in the boy's division. Other teams who made the trip include Oconto, Peshtigo, and NEW Lutheran.


Track round-up: Sevastopol girls, Southern Door boys win Door County Classic

There was a logjam at the top of the Door County Classic leaderboard as the Sevastopol girls and Southern Door track teams scored victories.


The Pioneers girls edged Sturgeon Bay by just half a point (89 to 88.5) while the Eagles boys held of the Clippers by eight points (93.5 to 85.5). 


Abbey Fitzgerald was one of the top performers in the meet, winning three different events for Gibraltar.


On Tuesday, Kewaunee will be the host for the non-Door County Packerland Conference teams (Algoma
Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Oconto, Peshtigo) and Luxemburg-Casco will welcome Denmark, Little Chute and Waupaca. Both meets start at 4 p.m.




1.Southern Door  93.5

2.Sturgeon Bay  85.5

3.Sevastopol  55

4.Gibraltar  26



1.Sevastopol  89

2.Sturgeon Bay  88.5

3.Southern Door  52

4.Gibraltar  27.5

Softball round-up: Southern Door shuts down Sturgeon Bay

Three softball games only needed five innings to get through Monday night in local action.


Chloe Lustila was great at the plate and on the rubber as she helped lead Southern Door to a 15-0 five-inning win over Sturgeon Bay.


Johanna Andreae collected a pair of hits but Sevastopol lost to Oconto in five innings 13-3.


Claire Kohnle struck out seven over five innings and helped her own cause with a RBI in Kewaunee's 10-0 win over Algoma.


Luxemburg-Casco swept its doubleheader against Fox Valley Lutheran 10-2 and 7-1.


The Storm will play a doubleheader against Bonduel in Kewaunee beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Baseball round-up: Vikings, Pioneers fall in close games

There was plenty of action on area diamonds on Monday night in local baseball action.



Gibraltar could not solve Peshtigo's Will Boettcher in a 2-1 loss.

Jack DeYoung registered two hits in Sevastopol's 6-2 loss to Oconto. 

Luxemburg-Casco had five players with multiple hits in its 13-5 win over Marinette.


The Spartans will play again Tuesday when they play at 4:30 p.m. at Clintonville. Kewaunee plays a pair against Bonduel beginning at 4 p.m.



Brandon Woodruff struck out eight over seven shutout innings in the Milwaukee Brewers' 5-3 win over San Diego at American Family Field Monday night. Manny Pina hit a two-run homer in the second inning and Avisail Garcia added a solo shot in the fourth. Kolten Wong drove in what ultimately were the game-winning runs later that inning. With three runs in during the ninth inning, Josh Hader was summoned to earn his 11th save of the season. The two teams square off again Tuesday evening at 6:40 p.m.



Soccer round-up: Spartans fall, Clippers win

It was a night of mixed results for area girls' soccer teams on Monday night.


Tabi Lemens was peppered with shots, making 22 saves in a 5-1 Luxemburg-Casco loss to Freedom.


Sturgeon Bay improved to 2-1 in the Packerland/Eastern Wisconsin Coference with a 2-0 win over NEW Lutheran.


The  Lady Clippers will play again Tuesday against Kiel at 4:30 p.m. and Kewaunee girls' soccer team will play at home against New Holstein at the same time. Gibraltar/Sevastopol girls' soccer team will play at home against Two Rivers at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Club

Sevastopol leads WFCA All-Star nods

Four local players were named to the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Games  on Friday. Logan Beyer and Spencer Evenson of Sevastopol and Luke Steebs of Gibraltar will play on July 16th for the 8-Man North Squad. Two days later, Luxemburg-Casco's Blake Yagodinski will suit up for the Large School North Squad on July 18th. The games will return to Titan Stadium in Oshkosh. The four players will also be raising money for the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin as a part of being named to the teams. 


WFCA North Large School

Blake Yagodinski  Luxemburg-Casco  6' 4"  290  OL


WFCA North 8-Man

Logan Beyer  Sevastopol  6'1"  190  Utility

Spencer Evenson  Sevastopol  5'10"  160  RB/DB

Luke Steebs  Gibraltar  5'11"  170  Utility


Girls Soccer preview: Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay in action

Two area teams will head to the pitch on Monday as the girls' soccer season resumes this week.


Luxemburg-Casco's girls hit the road to visit Freedom at 4:30 p.m. while Sturgeon Bay's girls moved up its game from Thursday and will play NEW Lutheran at 7 p.m. at home.


The  Lady Clippers will play again tomorrow against Kiel at 4:30 p.m. and Kewaunee girls' soccer team will play at home against New Holstein at the same time. Gibraltar/Sevastopol girls' soccer team will play at home against Two Rivers at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

Baseball round-up: Bays, Brewers win; high school action returns

Sunday provided no rest for baseball fans as the area's high school teams prepare to play again on Monday.


In Door County League action, the Sister Bay Bays beat West Jacksonport 20-5 in six innings. According to the Sister Bay Bays Facebook page, multiple-RBI hits by Bubba Laughlin and Stewart Larsen blew the game open while Sam Forkert kept the damage minimal despite Sunday's adverse weather.  Other scores have not been reported as of 5:30 a.m. Monday.


In MLB action, the Milwaukee Brewers left Cincinnati with a 9-4 lead. The Brewers jumped out to a 3-0 lead thanks to Travis Shaw getting a free pass to drive in a run and Willy Adames singling in a run. Avisail Garcia's seventh homer of the season made it 5-0 before the Reds chipped away at the lead in the third and fifth innings with single tallies. The Brewers got those runs back in the sixth inning with a two-run RBI triple by Kolten Wong and an RBI single by Christian Yelich. The Brewers capped off their scoring with a solo homer by Christian Yelich in the ninth inning. The Brewers return home to play San Diego Monday night with Brandon Woodruff facing off against Blake Snell. 


In high school action on Monday, Kewaunee hosts Algoma, Sevastopol travels to Oconto, and Gibraltar visits Peshtigo at 5 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco plays at 4:30 p.m. at Marinette. Sturgeon Bay's matchup against Southern Door has been postponed until May 28th.







Gibraltar to host Door County Classic

Four schools will battle for bragging rights on Monday afternoon as the Gibraltar track team hosts the Door County Classic on Monday.


In its last running of the meet in 2019, Sturgeon Bay swept the boys and girls titles. The Clippers girls scored 103 points, which was 24 more points than second-place Sevastopol. The Clippers boys edged Southern Door 92-89.5. This year, the Sevastopol girls track team has won all of its conference meets so far this season, Southern Door won a quad meet it hosted earlier this month, edging out Sturgeon Bay. 


The first events begin at 4:30 p.m. at Gibraltar.

Soccer: Clippers held in check on Saturday

Sturgeon Bay had a tough day on the offensive end in their Saturday loss in an away game against Wrightstown. The Clippers would fall 3-0, suffering their first loss in two weeks. Sturgeon Bay won their last two games coming into Saturday’s matchup and will get a chance to regain momentum when they face Green Bay NEW Lutheran Providence Academy on Monday. First touch is scheduled for 7 PM in Sturgeon Bay. 


Softball: Pioneers comeback falls short against Wolves

In the lone Saturday area softball matchup, Algoma would score three runs in the top of the first inning which would turn out to make all the difference in their win over Sevastopol. The Wolves  would add cushion to their lead with another run in the top of the third inning. In the bottom of the fourth, the Pioneers would cut into the four-run deficit, posting two runs. They would hold Algoma from scoring the rest of the way, but would only get one of the two runs they needed to tie. 


The final score would end in a 4-3 Algoma win. With the victory, the Wolves are now .500 in Packerland play, reaching a 4-4 mark. Sevastopol is now 3-5 in conference play, and will look to put the week behind them as they play on the road against Oconto on Monday. Algoma will try to upset conference foe, Kewaunee on Monday.



Baseball: Area teams go 1-1 against Green Bay schools

Several Packerland Conference teams got to take in a warm, sunny Saturday on the diamond. 


Kewaunee was the area’s winning team on Saturday, beating Green Bay NEW Lutheran 11-5.


Gibraltar and Green Bay Southwest would be restless at the plate, but the Vikings would fall, 14-10. 


Sevastopol came within a run of knocking off Peshtigo in their first game of a doubleheader. The Pioneers would fall 9-8 and 12-5. 


Algoma, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, and Gibraltar will take the field on Monday.


Voyageurs fall to Chicago FC United

The Green Bay Voyageurs could not dig out of an early 2-0 hole as they fell to Chicago FC United 3-1 in Ashwaubenon Saturday night.


It was 1-0 after the first half when Diego Gutierrez scored in the game's seventh minute for the visitors. After Chicago FC United took a 2-0 lead in the 70th minute, Alejandro Maillet took advantage of a rebound to get the Voyageurs on the board in the 80th minute. With the Voyageurs pressing to take look for the draw, Andrew Akindele took advantage and gave Chicago FC United its two-goal margin back in the 89th minute.


The Voyageurs went 0-1-1 in their first weekend back home, earning a draw in its friendly against Bavarians SC on Friday night. The Voyageurs are back at home for a pair of matches next weekend.

Second half start propels Blizzard

The Green Bay Blizzard of the Indoor Football League would come out hot defensively after the halftime break in their win over Tucson on Friday. The Blizzard were down 28-20 but would outscore the Sugar Skulls 13-0 in the third quarter. Green Bay would hold off in the fourth quarter for the 42-36 win. The victory improves the Blizzard record to 3-2 with a Friday meeting set up hosting the Arizona Rattlers.

Soccer recap: Spartans earn shutout

Luxemburg-Casco would officially start a win streak in their win on Friday. The Spartans would take down Manitowoc Lutheran in shutout fashion, with a final score of 5-0. The Spartans have scored five goals in back-to-back games, having done so against Waupaca on Thursday in a 5-1 win. The Spartans' overall record is 2-1. They will try to continue their strong play when they go up against Freedom on the road on Monday. 


Southern Door edges Sturgeon Bay at Idlewild

Southern Door was still looking up at Peshtigo and Oconto at the end of its home golf meet at Idlewild Golf Course on Thursday, but they were still able to accomplish a season-long goal.


The Eagles scored 193 en route to a third-place finish, seven strokes better than Sturgeon Bay. Jacob Norton scored a county-team best 40 on the Par-36 course to lead the Eagles. The Bulldogs shot a 152 and the Blue Devils scored a 177 to pace the rest of the Packerland. Gibraltar and Sevastopol do not have enough golfers to compete on the team level.



Gibraltar: Teddy Roth 48, Peyton Thomas 49.

Sevastopol: Henry Bley 55, Jordyn Welch 63.

Southern Door: Jacob Norton 40, Nic Pierre 49, Jacob Pierre 52, Luke Olson 52.

Sturgeon Bay: Kyle Bilski 44, Elijah Bailey 46, Isaak Aune 52, Elliot Feldman 58.


Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District

Baseball preview: Full schedule on the diamonds

Almost every local team will be hitting the baseball diamond on Friday afternoon.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco makes the trip to Waupaca to face the Comets with a scheduled first pitch of 4:30 p.m.


Packerland Conference play beginning at 5 p.m. includes Southern Door traveling to NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee hosting Peshtigo, Gibraltar visiting Oconto, and Sevastopol playing Algoma at home.


Sturgeon Bay has Friday off and will hit the diamond again on May 24th when they play at home against Southern Door.



Softball round-up: Southern Door falls late

Area teams lost a pair of non-conference matchups on Thursday ahead of Friday's slate of games.


A five-run sixth inning doomed Southern Door in its 8-5 loss to Reedsville.


Kewaunee fell to Chilton by an identical 8-5 score.


Friday's slate of games includes Luxemburg-Casco playing a pair against Marinette beginning at 4 p.m., the Eagles traveling to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran at 4:30 p.m., the Storm playing at home against Peshtigo at 5:00 p.m., Gibraltar visiting Oconto at 5 p.m., and Sevastopol hosting Bonduel at 5 p.m. 

Soccer round-up: Spartans down Comets

Area teams went 1-1 on Thursday with a couple of matches on the schedule for Friday.


Jillian Lynts, Sydney Lemens and Heather Iverson registered goals in Luxemburg-Casco's 5-1 win over Waupaca.


Kewaunee could not stop Hannah Pajula in its 6-0 loss to Roncalli.


Friday's matches include the Spartans hosting Manitowoc Lutheran at 6:30 p.m. and Gibraltar/Sevastopol battling Peshtigo in Baileys Harbor at 5 p.m.

Brewers lose lead versus Royals

The Milwaukee Brewers would exchange runs in Wednesday’s loss to the Kansas City Royals up until the bottom of the seventh inning. The Brewers led 3-2 after the top of the sixth, and would be down 4-3 after seven innings. The Royals would score two more runs to cushion their lead to 6-3 after eight innings. The Brewers would add one run in the top of the ninth but it wouldn’t be enough as the Royals would take the victory, 6-4. Milwaukee will have Thursday off before shifting gears for the road game against the Cincinnati Reds on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 PM. 


State track meet stays in LaCrosse

Unlike other sports this season, the end-of-the-season prize remains the same for WIAA track athletes this season.


The WIAA announced on Wednesday that its state track meet would remain at Veterans Memorial Stadium on the campus of UW-LaCrosse. With the exception of the canceled 2020 meet, the campus has hosted every state track meet since 1990. 


Several local athletes are ranked in the top 3 in their individual events at their upcoming WIAA Regional Meets to be held June 14th before sectionals on June 17th and state the following weekend in LaCrosse. will soon have the results from Tuesday's Packerland Conference Meet posted, which features several of those athletes. 



Softball preview: Kewaunee, Southern Door play non-conference games

Kewaunee and Southern Door are providing the area with its only softball action Thursday with a pair of road games.


The Storm enters the contest against Chilton with an 8-3 record overall, including 8-1 in the Packerland Conference. Winners of seven in a row, they toppled Sturgeon Bay earlier this week by a score of 13-2. The Tigers boast a 10-1 record, which includes a 6-3 win over Seymour on Tuesday. Their last loss was May 7th to New Holstein. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. in Kewaunee.


The Eagles visit Reedsville with a 6-5 record. The team has been resilient after a three-game losing streak as they have won their last three games including an 8-1 decision against Sevastopol on Tuesday. Reedsville is looking to rebound from being no-hit over 5 innings in a 12-0 loss to Mischicot on Tuesday. The loss snapped a two-game winning streak. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Soccer preview: Three games scheduled for Thursday

Area soccer teams enter Thursday's matches with three still scheduled and one cancellation.


Sturgeon Bay had their game against Valders canceled.


Luxemburg-Casco will search for its first win of the season when it plays at home against Waupaca at 6:30 p.m.


Kewaunee hits the road south to Roncalli for a 4:30 p.m. match.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol also makes the trip south of the county line to play a 7 p.m. match against New Holstein.



Gamblers well represented in Stanley Cup playoffs

The Gamblers are well represented in the 2021 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.


Jon Cooper (2008-10), head coach of Tampa Bay, is looking to repeat. Cooper is not the only former Gamblers head coach on the Lightning bench, he is assisted by Derek Lalonde (2011-14).


Nick Jensen of the Washington Capitols (2008-10), Austin Czarnik, New York Islanders (2010-11) and Winnipeg Jets team captain Blake Wheeler (2004-05)) are all looking to hoist their first Stanley Cup. Anders Lee (2009-10), a fixture with the Islanders and team captain, will miss the playoffs due to a season-ending knee injury he sustained in March. The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are televised on the NBC family of networks.

Bucks draw Heat

As the NBA’s regular season concluded, the Bucks captured the NBA East’s three seed. They will face an opponent they may like to forget, the Miami Heat. The first round will be a revenge series against the sixth seed, who beat the Bucks in five games in the conference semifinals in 2020. The Heat went on to fall to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA finals. 


Milwaukee ended the regular season with a 46-26 record in the seventy-two-game season. For last season's runner-ups, they ended up with a 40-32 record. The winner of this series will play the winner of the first-round matchup between Brooklyn and Boston. The first game of the Bucks and Heat series is on Saturday. 


Softball: Area teams busy as Kewaunee stays unbeaten

Softball: Area teams busy as Kewaunee stays unbeaten


Kewaunee would move onto 7-0 in the Packerland with their 13-2 victory over Sturgeon Bay. 


Southern Door would keep Sevastopol in check at the plate in an 8-1 victory. 


Gibraltar got their second conference win of the season, beating Green Bay NEW Lutheran 15-0. 


Luxemburg-Casco had an impressive day, defeating Little Chute 10-0 and 17-1.


Baseball: Storm keeping pace with Eagles in Packerland

Kewaunee and Southern Door would each stay on track for the Packerland’s number one spot. 


Southern Door would top Sevastopol 15-0 and 14-4 in their doubleheader. 


Kewaunee would get five doubles in their 8-3 win over Sturgeon Bay. 


Gibraltar would come out swinging in their 9-3 win over Green Bay NEW Lutheran.


In MLB play, Milwaukee would be shut out, 2-0 against Kansas City. 

Track preview: Keeping it in-conference

The Packerland Conference and the Northeastern Conference will each host large meets on Tuesday.


Track fans will see some unique events in Kewaunee when Algoma, Gibraltar, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay visit for a varsity relays meet. The first events begin at 4:30 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will see a fraction of their rivals in Oconto Falls when they face the host team. Marinette, and, Wrightstown. The first events begin at 4 p.m.



Sturgeon Bay top local team in golf meet

Sturgeon Bay was just a hair better than county rival Southern Door in Packerland Conference action at The Orchards Golf Course in Egg Harbor Monday.


Led by Kyle Bilski's 47, the Clippers edged the Eagles 203-206. The Eagles had the better golfer between the schools with Jacob Norton shooting a 45. Both teams were far behind Peshtigo's 160and Oconto's 185 on the par 36 course.


Gibraltar: Teddy Roth 47, Peyton Thomas 55.

Sevastopol: Henry Bley 69.

Southern Door: Jacob Norton 45, Luke Olson 52, Jacob Pierre 53, Nic Pierre 56.

Sturgeon Bay: Kyle Bilski 47, Isaak Aune 51, Spencer Hubbard 52, Elijah Bailey 53.


Softball recap: Southern Door, Luxemburg-Casco cruise to victories

Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco each posted easy wins in Monday softball action.


Sophia Counard drove in five runs on three hits including a homer in the Eagles 10-1 win over Sturgeon Bay. The Eagles will play a doubleheader against Sevastopol at home on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. while the Clippers will stick around town to do the same when they host Kewaunee.


Rebecca Kroll pitched a complete game allowing no runs on two hits in Luxemburg-Casco's 7-0 win over Oconto Falls. The Spartans will host Little Chute for a doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m.



Baseball round-up: Spartans come back versus Tigers

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans baseball team will go for two in a row Tuesday a day after defeating rival Wrightstown on Monday.


The Spartans were down 4-0 before coming back to beat the Tigers 8-7. They play again at home Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. against Waupaca.


The Packerland Conference will feature a number of doubleheaders Tuesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. Those matchups include Gibraltar hosting NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol traveling to Southern Door, and Kewaunee visits Sturgeon Bay. 


In MLB action, the Milwaukee Brewers had Monday off before they start a two-game series on the road against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday. 

Soccer preview: Local teams in action Tuesday

The area's soccer teams are all in action Tuesday afternoon.


Sturgeon Bay will travel to Kewaunee for a 4:30 p.m. match. At 6 p.m., Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play in in Institute against Roncalli. The Clippers defeated the Vikineers in their last match 4-2 while Kewaunee is looking for their first goal of the season. Luxemburg-Casco will host Marinette for a home match beginning at 6:30 p.m.  The Spartans are looking for their first win of the season 

Golfers hit the links on Monday

All of the area's golf teams will hit the links on Monday with just a few weeks left in the season.


Sevastopol will host the Packerland Conference at The Orchards beginning at 4:00 p.m. Gibraltar
Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Oconto, Peshtigo, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will join in on the fun, though it has been the Bulldogs and the Blue Devils have jockeyed for the top two spots in previous meets.


Luxemburg-Casco will battle the Northeastern Conference beginning at 10 a.m. at Riverside Golf Course. Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown will also compete.

Spartans baseball hosts Wrightstown

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will play the only game of local importance on Monday.


A scheduled game against Kewaunee did not happen, but the Spartans did play Oconto Falls where they lost 1-0. The Tigers lost its Friday matchup to Clintonville 13-5. Both teams have only scored 23 runs early on in the 2021 campaign. The Spartans have played their opponents a little closer however as they have only given up 29 runs in five conference games while the Tigers have allowed 48 through seven contests. 


The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.



Milwaukee teams split Sunday action

The Milwaukee Brewers salvaged a game in its series against the Atlanta Braves while the Milwaukee Bucks ended their regular season with a loss to the Chicago Bulls.


At American Family Field, the Brewers scored in five consecutive innings but still had to hold off a strong Braves team to capture the finale 10-9. Daniel Vogelbach drove in three runs on the day, including a two-run double in the third that opened the flood gates. Freddy Peralta held the Braves scoreless through six, only to see the Braves score seven runs in the seventh and single tallies in the eighth and ninth. Josh Hader was able to close the door in the ninth for his ninth save of the season.


Approximately 90 miles south at the United Center, the Bucks closed out its regular season with 118-112 loss to the Bulls. With their third seed locked up ahead of the opening tip, the Bucks played without several of its key contributors including Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jrue Holiday, Brook Lopez, and Bobby Portis. Jordan Nwora led the Bucks with 34 points and 24 rebounds off the bench. Jeff Teague scored 23 points in the loss. The Bucks will open their playoff series against the Miami Heat following the league's play-in tournament. 

Booyah fill out roster

As the June 1st opening day draws nearer, the Green Bay Booyah baseball team have announced the signings of several new players while filling out their 2021 roster. The team signed Tristin Garcia, who currently is second in the nation in batting average for NCAA Division I baseball at Alcorn State University. The team also signed outfielder Ryan Wisckman, who is the son of former Brewer all-star Bob Wickman. 


Among other signings include Kyle Coates of Washington University-St. Louis, Brandon Bannon of Illinois-Springfield, Tyler Chadwick of West Virginia, and Bubba Thompson, who plays for Southern University. The roster is now at its limit.


Blizzard stall out in fourth

The Green Bay Blizzard would exchange punches with the Bismarck Bucks on Saturday in Bismarck would pull away towards the end of the game, downing the Blizzard, 58-46. The game was tied at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but the Blizzard would just get one final quarter score. It would be the second loss to Bismarck for the Blizzard this season. They will have two more matchups with the Bucks, with the next coming on June 18th. The Blizzard record is now 2-2. 


Raceway celebrates reopening, anniversary

At The Hill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, it was a night of celebration mixed with a night of competition. The night that signaled their first night of races since 2019 started with a tribute to the parents of race promoter, Martin Kelsey. It was also the track’s 67th birthday, as they opened operations in 1954. Brett Wenzel would bring home hardware in the stock car twenty lap feature. Full results can be found below.


(Photo via Bill Schmidt)


Quietwoods RV Stock Car 20 Lap Feature:

1. Brett Wenzel; 2. Bill LeMeiux; 3. Zach Spangenberg; 4. Shawn Havel; 5. Brett Koehler; 6. Dan Sell Jr; 7. John Anschutz; 8. Tom Brumlic; 9. Charlie Kroll; 10. Dave Bouche



1. Caden LeMeiux; 2. Bill LeMeiux; 3. Brett Koehler; 4. Brett Wenzel; 5. Dwayne Mertens

Heat 2:

Tom Brumlic; 2. Scott Reinhardt; 3. Shawn Havel; 4. Dan Sell Jr.; 5. Charlie Kroll

Heat 3:

Jeff Lautenbach; 2. Jeremy Anschutz; 3. Zach Spangenberg; 4. Rick Mahlberg; 5. John Anschutz


Dave Bouche; 2. Tony Bouche; 3. Shawn Klapps Jr.; 4. Kevin Deneys; 5. Dan Sell


Recycle Door County Spot Mod 20 Lap Feature:

Jeff Vlies; 2. Randy LeMeiux Jr.; 3. Cody Rass; 4. Chris Budzban; 5. Bernie Reinhardt; 6. Rick LeMeiux; 7. Chuck Carmin; 8. Doug Mauer; 9. George Henkel; 10. Sean Falk

Heat 1:

Reinhardt; 2. Budzban; 3. Roger Laviolette; 4. Carmin; 5. Mauer

Heat 2:

1. Rass, 2. Randy LeMeiux Jr.; 3. Vlies; 4. Craig Dorner; 5. Falk

JB Truck Service Unified Dirt Street Stock 20 Lap Feature:

1. Dave DeGrave; 2. Shanon Guelette; 3. Troy Muench; 4. Chad Naze; 5. TJ Everard; 6. Jason Geyer; 7. Dan Van Pay; 8. Garrett Geyer; 9. Geno Sternard; 10. Brian Krejcarek

Heat 1:

DeGrave; 2. Krejcarek; 3. Josh Novak; 4. Eli Phillips; 5. James Anderson

Heat 2:

Naze; 2. Everard; 3. Jason Geyer; 4. John Denil Jr.; 5. Cody Patten

Heat 3:

Muench; 2. Guelette; 3. Van Pay; 4. Jason Brandes; 5. Tyler Fox

LCQ 1:

Kody Laviolette, 2. Bailey Laviolette; 3. Garrett Geyer

LCQ 2:

Geno Sternard; 2. Matt Malvitz; 3. Amber Delsart 


C&W Auto Bombers 15 Lap Feature:

1. Tony Everard; 2. David Cox; 3. Scott Schlafke; 4. Skyler Bork; 5. Thomas Schulte; 6. Devin Yaeger; 7. Brandon VanOoyen; 8. Dallas Topel; 9. Kyle Walters; 10. Chris Timm


Heat 1:

Schlafke; 2. Cox; 3. Everard; 4. VanOoyen; 5. Yaeger

Soccer preview: Vikineers begin Kiel Tournament

On Saturday, Sevastopol-Gibraltar girls soccer will hit the road in pursuit of their first win of the 2021 campaign. They will head to the Kiel Tournament having been on the wrong end of competitive matchups prior to Saturday. The Vikineers will look to flip the script as they are 0-4 in the early going of the season. Their most recent game was a 4-2 loss at the hands of Sturgeon Bay on Thursday. The next time the Vikineers will play an area matchup is May 27th against Kewaunee. 


Softball preview: Area teams look to finish week strong

Area softball teams won’t get to sleep in on Saturday as the Packerland conference has a full day of games scheduled. 


Kewaunee will look to keep rolling against NEW Lutheran at 10 AM. 


Sevastopol will visit Mishicot at 10 AM. 


Sturgeon bay will go for their second win this week when they host Manitowoc Lutheran at 11 AM. 


Baseball recap: Area teams go .500

Area baseball teams had an active Friday heading into the weekend. 


A shorthanded Sturgeon Bay team would lose late to Peshtigo, 7-3.


Kewaunee would get their first win this week over Gibraltar, 14-1. 


Algoma would score too little too late against NEW Lutheran, and get downed 6-3. 


Southern Door would stay perfect, beating Oconto 13-4. 


No score has been reported for Luxemburg-Casco at Oconto Falls. 

Egg Harbor fisherman has tournament lead through day one

With one day to go in the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament on Saturday, Baileys Harbor has representation at the top of the standings. After the first day of the tournament wrapped up on Friday, Spencer Samplawski of Baileys Harbor is in first place along with his teammate, Kyle Steinfeldt of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. There are 143 boats in the competition, hailing from twenty-five different states. 


Plenty of local residents are participants in the tournament. The entire standings can be found on the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament Facebook page.





Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament begins today

Anglers will hit the water Friday morning with a chance at big prizes on the line as the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament opens.


Last spring's tournament had to be moved to the fall due to COVID. Anglers were able to hit the water at 6 a.m. Friday morning from Sawyer Park. They have to stay within five miles of the shoreline and can go as far south as the Door/Kewaunee border and north to Gills Rock. The first weigh-in is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.


The winner last year:



The top local finisher:




Baseball round-up: Storm struggles against Denmark

The Kewaunee Storm could not stop the Denmark Vikings in the area's only baseball action on Thursday.


The Storm were outscored 17-1 in just five innings of action against the Vikings.


Friday's slate of games includes Luxemburg-Casco visiting Oconto Falls, Southern Door hosting Oconto, Sturgeon Bay traveling to Peshtigo, Gibraltar making the trip to Kewaunee, and Algoma staying around town to play NEW Lutheran. The Spartans' first pitch is 4:30 p.m. while the Packerland Conference games are at 5 p.m.

Soccer round-up: Clippers double up Vikineers

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' soccer team was able to double up their neighbors to the north, defeating Gibraltar/Sevastopol 4-2.


The only game that was scheduled was between Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee, but that game has since been postponed. 


The Vikineers are scheduled to play in a soccer tournament in Kiel on Saturday.

Softball round-up: Miller's cycle propels Eagles

A cross-county matchup highlights Friday's slate after a full day of softball on Thursday.


Callie Miller hit for the cycle, including a grand slam, in Southern Door's 12-6 victory over Oconto.


Rebecca Kroll's three-run triple and five innings of one-hit ball led Luxemburg-Casco to the 11-0 win over Clintonville.


Sturgeon Bay struggled to get the offense going in its 15-0 loss to Peshtigo.


Kewaunee powered past Gibraltar in a 9-0 victory.


No score was reported for Algoma's game against NEW Lutheran


The Spartans are scheduled to battle the Storm in Luxemburg beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Southern Door tops local schools in golf

Southern Door was the closest to Packerland powers Peshtigo and Oconto in Thursday's golf meet at Peninsula State Park in Ephraim.


The Eagles shot a 202 for a third-place finish behind Peshtigo (161) and Oconto (187). Sturgeon Bay finished five strokes behind the Eagles followed by Sevastopol (224). Top local golfers included Southern Door's Jacob Norton (44), Sturgeon Bay's Kyle Bilski (44), Gibraltar's Peyton Thomas and Teddy Roth (49), and Sevastopol's Jack and Frankie de Young (52).


Gibraltar: Peyton Thomas 49, Teddy Roth 49.

Sevastopol: Jack De Young 52, Frankie De Young 52, Henry Bley 58, Jordyn Welch 62.

Southern Door: Jacob Norton 44, Nic Pierre 48, Jacob Pierre 53, Shaun Tooley 57.

Sturgeon Bay: Kyle Bilski 44, Cole Frangipane 51, Spencer Hubbard 56, Eliot Feldman 56.

Packers announce schedule

The Green Bay Packers will be on center-stage five times this coming season as the NFL released their full schedule on Wednesday. The Packers are slated for five primetime matchups, beginning as early as weeks two and three. The Packers regular season will kick off in New Orleans on September 12th. Green Bay will also host the Cleveland Browns on Christmas Day. This will be the first season in NFL history in which teams play seventeen games. The first pre-season game is scheduled for August 14th. 


The Packers were also reported to have signed former Jacksonville Jaguars starting quarterback and first round pick, Blake Bortles on Wednesday. The deal is reported to be a one-year contract. Bortles most recently was on the Los Angeles Rams roster. Bortles has connections to the Packers roster, as Offensive Coordinator Nathaniel Hackett coached him in Jacksonville. The signing has yet to be confirmed by the Packers organization. 



(Photo via: @packers)

Soccer preview: Packerland plays, L-C canceled

Thursday's girls' soccer schedule is one match lighter.


A previously scheduled match between Luxemburg-Casco and Freedom has been canceled.


Three teams that are playing on Thursday are Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar/Sevastopol, and Kewaunee. 


The Storm will take the pitch on the road at Sheboygan Falls at 4:30 p.m. while the Clippers and Vikineers duel each other in Sturgeon Bay at 7 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco tracks competes for keeps Thursday

The Luxemburg-Casco track team will get a chance to compete on Thursday when it travels to West De Pere.


It was supposed to host its lone home meet on Tuesday, but uncertainty surrounding its COVID-19 protocols forced the squad to battle among themselves. Thursday's invitational features Appleton North, Bay Port, De Pere, Freedom, Hortonville, Manitowoc Lincoln, and host West De Pere.


The first events begin at 3:30 p.m.

Soccer: Spartans downed by Fox Valley Lutheran

Packerland teams had an off-day from the pitch on Tuesday after Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar-Sevastopol had their games called off. However, Luxemburg-Casco girls were still in play. The Spartans would fall 10-0 to Fox Valley Lutheran. The Spartans are 0-1 on the season. Their next game is Thursday when they travel to Freedom. 



Track and Field recap: Eagles sweep Algoma Quad

Packerland teams went to two different quads on Tuesday. One was in Algoma and the other was in Oconto.


The boys and girls standing from the Algoma Quad meet would mirror each other with Southern Door taking first place in both. In the girls side, Southern Door would take first with 71 points. They would be followed by Peshtigo with 53, Gibraltar with 44, and Algoma with 36. 


In the boys meet standings, Southern Door would be champions of the quad with 98 points. Peshtigo would be the runner-ups with 75 points. Gibraltar would finish with 24 points and Algoma would have 3. 


In Oconto, five teams competed at the meet. Sevastopol would narrowly defeat Kewaunee for the girls first place. Sevastopol would have 98 points to Kewaunee’s 97. Sturgeon Bay would get third with 81 points. NEW Lutheran and Oconto would round out the rest of the girls standings. 


In the boys standings, Kewaunee would roll to first place with 132 points. Trailing them was Sturgeon Bay then Sevastopol. NEW Lutheran and Oconto would take fourth and fifth place.


Soccer preview: Local teams look to climb up standings

A small sample size has much of the area's soccer teams looking up in their respective conferences.


The area's Packerland Conference teams are a combined 1-3 on the season with Kewaunee securing the only win. Kiel, New Holstein, NEW Lutheran, and Sheboygan Falls are all in first place with 1-0 records. No local Packerland teams are in action on Tuesday because of the cancellation of the Gibraltar/Sevastopol-Green Bay West and Sturgeon Bay-Peshtigo matches.


Luxemburg-Casco will host Fox Valley Lutheran on their pitch at 6:30 p.m.

Softball preview: Kewaunee looks to stay perfect

Kewaunee looks to keep pace with fellow undefeated team Peshtigo as the area's softball teams get to work on Tuesday.


The Storm will try to do so against 2-1 Southern Door in a single game at 5 p.m. Algoma will also play a single game at 5 p.m. against Oconto on the road. Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay will play a pair in Sturgeon Bay beginning at 4:30 p.m. and Sevastopol will play a single game against NEW Lutheran at 4 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco hits the diamond for the first time in almost a week when Waupaca pays a visit at 4:30 p.m.

Baseball preview: Battle of unbeatens highlights schedule

There is guaranteed to be only one undefeated team in Packerland Conference play after Tuesday's slate of games.


The 4-0 Southern Door Eagles travel to 3-0 Kewaunee for a doubleheader with first place on the line beginning at 4 p.m. At the same time, a doubleheader will begin NEW Lutheran and Sevastopol in Institute, Sturgeon Bay will host their doubleheader against Gibraltar at 4:30 p.m. Algoma will play a single game at 5 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will get back to the diamond on Tuesday with a game against Oconto Falls at home beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Track preview: Local teams travel for conference meets

All seven schools will be in action Tuesday afternoon as the track season picks up the pace.


The area's Packerland Conference teams will be split up between two meets. Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, and Sturgeon Bay will compete at Oconto while Algoma hosts Gibraltar, Southern Door, and Peshtigo. The meets start at 4:30 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will get a chance to compete again, but it will be just them beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Cullen, Kurek finish season at state meet

Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen and Sturgeon Bay's Julia Kurek proved they could hang with the state's best at the WIAA Alternative Spring State Meet on Saturday in Janesville.


Cullen's 17:11 and Kurek's 21:54 were among their season's best times if not personal records despite not finishing in the top half of their respective fields. Teams across all divisions ran single boys and girls races at Black Hawk Golf Course in Janesville.

Mikesch reflects on unique Gamblers season

For the first time since October, there was no Green Bay Gamblers game on the schedule this past weekend.


The Gamblers were swept on the road against the Muskegon Lumberjacks with chances to extend the series up until the final horn in each game. The Lumberjacks were swept this weekend by a Chicago Steel team that featured the USHL's top four scorers. Gamblers head coach Pat Mikesch says he was happy the team was able to make it through the season with only a few postponements due to COVID.

The Gamblers ended the season with the third-best record in the USHL and Mikesch says he gave his returning players plenty to work on before they come back during last week's exit interviews.

For now, Mikesch and the coaching staff will start scouting the players they hope to bring to camp later this year.

The Gamblers hope to play in front of full crowds this fall after being one of the top teams in terms of attendance during the 2020-2021 season. 

Sturgeon Bay twinbill only Monday softball action

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will play in the area's only softball action Monday afternoon.


Rescheduled from April 30th, the Clippers will host NEW Lutheran for a doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m. The Clippers are still looking for their first win of the season after losing one of its games last Thursday to Algoma 17-7. The Blazers are also looking for their first win of the season, losing its games to Oconto last week 18-0 and 22-2. Both teams are struggling in the pitching department with the Clippers being outscored 44-16 and the Blazers 88-2 in their first games of the season.

Golf teams in action Monday

The area's seven golf teams are scheduled to be in action on Monday.


Luxemburg-Casco heads to Fox Valley Golf Club in Freedom to battle Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown with the first tee shot scheduled for 2 p.m.


The Packerland Conference will have their meet at Peshtigo's Vernon Hills Golf Course beginning at 4 p.m. The meet will feature Gibraltar, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay. 

Brewers' Taylor delivers game-winner over Marlins

A game lacking offense had to be settled in extras as the Milwaukee Brewers were able to leave Miami with a 2-1 game and series win Sunday afternoon.


Brewers slugger Dan Vogelbach hit his third homer of the year in the fourth inning to open the game's scoring, only to have it matched by former prospect Lewis Brinson in the seventh with a solo shot. With a man on second base per MLB rules, Tyrone Taylor delivered the game-winning RBI single to drive in Pablo Reyes after the Marlins chose to walk Vogelbach. Drew Rasmussen delivered on the back end, earning the save with Josh Hader picking up the win.


The Brewers now jet to Milwaukee to take on the division-leading Cardinals at American Family Field beginning at 6:40 p.m. on Tuesday.

Girls Soccer: Clippers winless at Notre Dame Quad

The Sturgeon Bay girls soccer team is still looking for their first goal of the season after suffering a 10-0 defeat from Notre Dame Academy in their second and final game of the Notre Dame Quad. The Clippers went 0-2 in the quad, and will look to rebound on Tuesday against Peshtigo. The start time for Tuesday’s game is 4:30 PM in Sturgeon Bay. Peshtigo comes into the game with a 1-1 record, most recently losing 3-2 to Green Bay NEW Lutheran-Providence Academy on Saturday.


Clippers Fall to Tritons in Sectional Opener

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer team lost 2-1 in the the first round of Sectionals to the Notre Dame Tritons. After drawing zero-zero with the Tritons, the Clippers gave up an early goal in the second half followed shortly by a penaly kick putting them down by two with over 33 minutes left to play in the game. In the 80th minute, Spencer Hubbard was able to punch in goal for the Clippers but that's where the final score of the season would remain (2-1). The Full game replay will be posted at 

Blizzard freeze Louisville

The Green Bay Blizzard indoor football team took a strong lead into halftime and didn’t let up on their way to a twenty-point home victory over the Louisville Xtreme on Friday. The Blizzard would take a 31-16 lead into the halftime break. The second half would have fewer fireworks, but the Blizzard defense would hold strong, shutting out Louisville in the fourth quarter. Green Bay would go on to win the game, 49-29. The Blizzard’s next game is on Saturday, May 15th in Bismarck. They will be taking on the Bucks in a chance to avenge a season-opening six-point loss. 

Girls Soccer: Clippers drop first of quad

Sturgeon Bay opened up the Notre Dame Quad on Friday with a 4-0 loss to Green Bay Southwest. The loss moved Sturgeon Bay to 0-2 on the season. Sturgeon Bay is looking for their offensive spark as they’ve been shut out in both losses. The Clippers had a nine-save effort from goalkeeper Drew Starr. The Clippers will get a chance to rebound when they face Notre Dame Academy at 11 AM on Saturday. 


Softball: Wolves and Storm meet, other area matchups

Southern Door will kick off the morning on Saturday, playing in the Mishicot tournament at 10 AM. 


On Saturday both Kewaunee and Algoma will be looking to bring their overall records above .500. They play at 11 AM in Algoma. 


Sevastopol will host an Oconto team that’s out to a fast start at 11 AM.


Gibraltar will be at their field as Peshtigo makes the trip north to play the Vikings at 11 AM.


Baseball: Eagles get sound win; Area games fill Saturday schedule

Baseball: Eagles get sound win; Area games fill Saturday schedule


Southern Door had a strong day on Friday, picking up a ten-run victory over Sturgeon Bay.


On Saturday, Algoma will look to knock off Kewaunee when they host them at 11 AM.


Sevastopol will defend their home turf against Oconto at 11 AM.


Gibraltar also hosts when they square off with Peshtigo at 11 AM.


This afternoon, Sturgeon Bay will look to rebound at the Rio triangular with games against Rio and North Fon du Lac. 


Area teams head to track invites Friday

Several track teams will head out to their second meet of the week on Friday.


Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Kewaskum, Kohler, Oostburg, Plymouth School District, and Random Lake will be among the competition Southern Door will face at Sheboygan Falls after some strong performances at their home meet on Tuesday. First events begin at 4 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay will head to Two Rivers to face the host school, Valders, Howards Grove, Little Chute, Mishicot, and Wrightstown beginning at 4 p.m. The Spartans, Storm, and Clippers also all competed on Tuesday. 



Softball round-up: Kewaunee edges Sevastopol

Kewaunee prevailed in a close game Thursday among other area softball action.


The Storm was able to tip the Pioneers 10-9.


Gibraltar could not get its offense going in a 7-0 loss to Valders.


Algoma won one of its two games by a 17-7 margin over Sturgeon Bay.


Southern Door dropped their two games against Peshtigo.


Luxemburg-Casco had their game postponed due to COVID-19 protocol concerns. 



Baseball roundup: Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee sweeps

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Kewaunee went a combined 6-0 Thursday in local high school baseball action.


The Storm scored early and often in its 14-4 and 16-3 victories over Sevastopol.


The Eagles cruised in one win and ground out another as they defeated Peshtigo 7-0 and 4-3.


The Clippers did the reverse as they topped Algoma 4-2 in game one before defeating the Wolves 7-1 in the second match-up.


Gibraltar found their offense silenced for the first time this season after being shut out by Gibraltar 7-0.


Luxemburg-Casco had their games postponed due to uneasiness with a recent decision about COVID-19 protocols.


In high school baseball action Friday, Sturgeon Bay will play a single game at Southern Door beginning at 5 p.m. 

Clippers soccer advances on 96.7 WBDK

A tradition since 2009 continued Thursday night as the Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team closed out another regional title with a 3-0 victory over Gibraltar/Sevastopol.


Both teams had not played since they battled each other on April 26th, so the two sides took the first 10 minutes to shake off the rust. The Clippers would strike first as Robert Alas chipped the ball over the Vikineers keeper to make it 1-0 in the 17th minute. Alas would strike again when he took a cross through the box and tapped in the one-timer in the 31st minute.


It would remain that way until the 74th minute. The Vikineers made a few nice surges in the second half, pressuring goalkeeper Jonathan Wind to make a few acrobatic saves. A handball by Trey Maas set up a penalty kick for the Vikineers, only to have Connor Thompson strike it just wide to keep the score at 2-0. The Vikineers would return the favor with a handball in the box, but Benjamin Luders would drive it home for the final tally of the game.


The game had its fair share of yellow cards with two going against Gibraltar/Sevastopol and one against a coach for Sturgeon Bay. Alas drew a red card in the final seconds of the match for a hard play against the Vikineers' Antonio Curiel. He will not be allowed to play in Saturday's match against Notre Dame, which beat Ashwaubenon 5-0 in their regional final matchup in Green Bay.


In other soccer action, the Kewaunee girls lost 10-0 to NEW Lutheran. Sturgeon Bay was scheduled to play New Holstein. Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco are scheduled to play in a quad tournament this weekend. The Spartans will play 5 p.m Friday at Notre Dame and 9 a.m. Saturday against Green Bay Southwest. The Clippers will play Southwest at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday against Notre Dame. The Spartans had their Thursday game postponed.


NEW Radio Sports Network will cover Saturday's sectional semifinal matchup between Sturgeon Bay and Notre Dame at 2 p.m. If the Clippers win, the sectional final against Winnebago Lutheran and North Fond du Lac Co-op will also be broadcast. Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on 96.7 WBDK and  



Soccer preview: Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar/Sevastopol open playoffs on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will go for a second straight state title when they host Gibraltar/Sevastopol in WIAA Alternative Fall State Tournament play Thursday.


The Clippers enter the matchup 6-3 with all three losses coming against team battling for position in the Division 1 Tournament. One of those wins came against the Vikineers in a 4-1 decision in Institute. That was also the last time the Vikineers hit the pitch in its limited season. It lost to Manitowoc Lincoln 4-1 on April 17th after beating Bowler/Gresham 3-1 earlier this week. The Clippers won the state tournament in 2019 while the Vikineers lost to Kohler 7-0 in its WIAA Regional opener that year just two weeks after handing Sturgeon Bay its first conference loss in almost 30 games.


Bryan Mazur and Tim Kowols will have the call on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening touch at 7:00 p.m. The game will also be streamed worldwide at


In girls' soccer action, Luxemburg-Casco visits Wrightstown, and Kewaunee hosts NEW Lutheran at 4:30 p.m. Gibraltar/Sevastopol plays at home against Sheboygan Falls at 6 p.m. and Sturgeon Bay heads to New Holstein for a 7 p.m. opening touch. 

Baseball preview: Southern Door looks to keep momentum

All of the area's high school baseball teams are in action Thursday afternoon as the season hits its second week.


First-place Southern Door will play a twin bill at Peshtigo while doubleheaders featuring Kewaunee hosting Sevastopol and Sturgeon Bay battling Algoma at home will also take place beginning at 4:30 p.m. Gibraltar looks to rebound from its loss to the Eagles when it plays a single matchup against Valders at 4:30 p.m.


In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco will stay at home against Wrightstown for a 4:30 p.m. game.

Softball preview: Road trips highlight Thursday slate

Several local teams will be hitting the road Thursday afternoon for high school softball action.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco travels to Fox Valley Lutheran for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.


Packerland Conference doubleheaders starting at 4:30 p.m. include Sevastopol visiting Kewaunee, Southern Door playing at Peshtigo, and Algoma visiting Sturgeon Bay. Gibraltar heads to Valders for a single game also at 4:30 p.m.

Golf preview: Local teams hit links

The area's local teams all find themselves in action on Thursday as the spring's boys golf season hits full stride.


The Packerland Conference, which includes golf squads from Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay, will head to Peshtigo's Little River Golf Course for a 4 p.m. tee time. The Eagles' Jacob Norton and the Clippers' Kyle Bilski were the best local golfers at their Earth Day invite at Cherry Hills Golf Course against Packerland Competition as they were both sub-50 on the par 36 course.


Luxemburg-Casco will face its Northeastern Conference foes at De Pere's Hilly Haven Golf Course beginning at 10 a.m. 

Former Pioneer lands St. Norbert top spot

The Green Knights of St. Norbert University has decided on a Sevastopol High School graduate to lead their athletic department. The new hire, Cam Fuller, will start on June 1st after completing his current role as the Assistant Commissioner for Competition, Branding, and Sponsorships for the Horizon League. After graduating from Sevastopol, Fuller went on to golf for UW-Green Bay with a runner-up finish in the Horizon League in 2012. UWGB is where Fuller holds a Bachelors of Administration from, and he completed his Master of Science in Sports Management from the University of Indianapolis last year.


(Photo courtesy of UW-Green Bay)

Track and Field recap: Clippers, Eagles take team wins

At Tuesday’s Track and Field meet hosted by Southern Door, both Southern Door boys and Sturgeon Bay girls would come away with victories. Sturgeon Bay boys would be the runner-ups at the meet and be followed in order by NEW Lutheran, Oconto, and Algoma. In the girls' meet, second place would be Oconto, and Southern Door ended in third place. Algoma would finish in fifth place. 


Softball recap: Sweeps highlight Tuesday schedule

In Tuesday's area softball matchups, all doubleheaders ended in sweeps.


The only singular game on the area schedule was Luxemburg-Casco, who fell 11-3 to Denmark. 


Sevastopol would take down Sturgeon Bay win in both the conference and non-conference game in their Tuesday showdown.


Southern Door would get the sweep over Gibraltar. 


Algoma was unable to contain Peshtigo in their second game, dropping both of a doubleheader.



Soccer Preview: Girls' season gets underway

Some of the first girls' soccer action of the season gets underway on Tuesday evening.


Area soccer matches include Kewaunee hosting Peshtigo and Gibraltar/Sevastopol travels to Marinette. Both matches begin at 4:30 p.m.


Sturgeon Bay had its match against Green Bay Preble get canceled. The Lady Clippers will open their season on Thursday at New Holstein at 6:30 p.m. That is the same day Luxemburg-Casco plays its first match at Wrightstown at 4:30 p.m.



Softball Preview: All area teams in action

A full slate of local high school softball is on the docket for Tuesday afternoon pending field conditions.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco will host rival Denmark beginning at 4:30 p.m.


In the Packerland Conference, doubleheaders include Algoma hosting Peshtigo, Gibraltar traveling to Southern Door, Kewaunee visiting NEW Lutheran, and Sevastopol playing at home against Sturgeon Bay. All series begin at 4:30 p.m.


Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District

Track and Field Preview: Southern Door hosts Packerland Conference

Southern Door will be one of two Packerland Conference hosts for track and field meets on Tuesday.


In Brussels, Southern Door will host Algoma, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay. Gibraltar, Kewaunee, and Sevastopol will head west to face Peshtigo in the other conference track meet.


Last week's matchup saw the Kewaunee girls and Sevastopol girls win their respective meets hosted at Algoma and Kewaunee. Both meets begin at 4:30 p.m.


In Northeastern Conference action, Luxemburg-Casco will join Clintonville for a meet with Little Chute starting at 4 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay soccer game canceled

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team will have to wait until its Thursday playoff opener against Gibraltar/Sevastopol to hit the pitch again.


Athletic Director Todd Meikle announced Monday morning that Green Bay East canceled its matchup. Attempts to fill the date last moment were unsuccessful. Thursday's game against the Vikineers is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Clark Field.

L-C golf battles big competition Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team will take on the big boys Monday in an 11-team meet.


Ashwaubenon, Bay Port, De Pere, Green Bay Preble, Green Bay Southwest, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Pulaski, Seymour, Shawano Community and West De Pere will be the other teams hitting the course at the Oneida Golf and Riding Club when they first tee shots are hit at 9 a.m. In one of its last meets, the Spartans took sixth place at Oshkosh Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian Tournament with a total score of 352. 

Sturgeon Bay soccer continues march towards playoffs

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team enters its final matches before the playoffs begin this week with a match against Green Bay East.


The Clippers have not taken the pitch since its April 26 against Gibraltar/Sevastopol, who will also be their first-round opponent when the alternative fall state tournament begins on Thursday. The Red Devils lost their last match to Pulaski 3-0 on Saturday.


The two sides will meet at Clark Field with a scheduled 6:30 p.m. opening touch.

Spartans baseball hits the road

The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team will take a road trip to Wrightstown to kick off their second week of play.


The Spartans enter the week 0-3 on the season after losing on Friday to Little Chute 7-3. The Tigers won their first game on Saturday in non-conference action, beating Oshkosh West 21-9. Both teams have struggled in NEC play with the Spartans being outscored 18-4 and the Tigers by a margin of 14-3.


The two teams matchup in Wrightstown beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Kewaunee's Cullen, Sturgeon Bay's Kurek qualify for state XC meet

Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen will have one more race this alternative fall season after qualifying for the state meet on Saturday.


Cullen's 18:19 5K time was not his fastest of the season after breaking 18 minutes a handful of times at meets, but his fifth-place finish helped him be the area's only individual qualifier. As a whole, the Kewaunee boys took seventh out of eight qualifying teams at the Whitewater sectional. The Kewaunee girls were also the only local team with enough runners to score, taking eighth place out of nine teams with 193 points. Hannah Morton paced the Storm girls with a time of 24:52.


Joining him at the state meet is Sturgeon Bay freshman Jullia Kurek. After winning several girls' races leading into Saturday's sectional meet, Kurek's 22:35 on the 5K course catapulted her to one final race this month. 


Kurek and Cullen will race at this Saturday's state meet at Blackhawk Golf Course in Janesville.



Sturgeon Bay: Andrew Konop 25:26

Gibraltar: No boy finisher, Betsy Lecy 25:13


Dodgers batter Bettinger, Brewers

The Los Angeles Dodgers spoiled what could have been a four-game sweep for the Milwaukee Brewers, escaping American Family Field with a 16-4 victory on Sunday. 


Alec Bettinger was making his Major League debut on Sunday and gave up 11 runs on 11 hits in four innings. Two of the big blows were grand slams hit by AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty in the opening innings. Jacob Nottingham got the Brewers on the board in the third inning with a solo shot, but the Dodgers would answer with seven consecutive runs including a second homer by Pollock and additional RBI knocks by Pollock and Beaty. Nottingham homered again in the eighth inning with Pablo Reyes along for the ride and Avisail Garcia capped off the scoring with an RBI single.


The Brewers still have the National League's best record and now travel to Philadelphia to take on the Phillies for 6:05 p.m. start. 

Softball: Algoma goes 1-2 in Pulaski tourney

The Algoma softball team captured a victory but suffered two losses on Saturday. Algoma dropped their first game to Neenah by an 8-1 score. They also dropped their next game to Oak Creek, 10-4. They got a win to end the night, beating Coleman, 7-6. Algoma is now 3-4 on the season. Their next game is on Tuesday when they host Peshtigo.

Clippers split invitational; Algoma suffers non-conference loss

Sturgeon Bay went 1-1 at the Chilton Invitational on Saturday. In the first game, Sturgeon Bay squared off against the tournament host and got a 4-2 victory. The Clippers would score three runs in the first inning and one run in the second inning. Chilton would also score two runs in the second inning, and the score would stay the same until the end. 


The Clippers’ 8-3 lead slipped away in their second game, which was against Manawa. The Clippers let up six runs in the bottom of the fifth to give Manawa the lead. Manawa would build on the lead, and eventually win the game over Sturgeon Bay, 14-8. With the loss, Sturgeon Bay is now 2-1 and will have a doubleheader with Sevastopol on Tuesday. 


Algoma lost their single game on Saturday at Roncali. The final score was 20 to 5 in five innings. Algoma will continue to chase their first victory of the season, as they are now 0-4 on the season. Their next game is against Peshtigo at home on Tuesday. 


Gamblers bounced by Lumberjacks

In a win or go home game for the Green Bay Gamblers on Saturday, they fell 3-1 to the Muskegon Lumberjacks in the opening round of the USHL Eastern Division playoffs. Matt Davis had 31 saves for Green Bay and Mason Lohri had the Gamblers only goal. The Gamblers were officially swept in the series, and Muskegon will await the winner of the Chicago and Dubuque first-round series.

Football preview: Area rivalry renewed

Gibraltar and Sevastopol have the fortune of getting to renew their football rivalry on Friday when they face off in Institute on 105.1 The GOAT. 


Kewaunee will look to end their season on a high note on their trip to Lodi on 102.1 MORE FM.


Both games are slated for a 1 PM kickoff with coverage beginning at 12:30 PM.


Gamblers now in must win mode

The Green Bay Gamblers are hanging on to their season after a 3-2 loss to the Muskegon Lumberjacks in Michigan on Friday. Jackson Hallum scored a goal in the first period, but Green Bay would find themselves behind 2-1 at the first intermission. In the second period, Jesse Tucker tied the game with a powerplay goal. The game would remain tied all the way until there were 38 seconds left in the third. Muskegon would score the game-winning goal to take the 1-0 series lead. Gamblers' goalie Matt Davis would grab 28 saves. Game two of the Eastern Division playoff series is scheduled for Saturday at 6:10 PM. 


Packers go offense day two

In the second and third rounds of the NFL draft on Friday, Green Bay went to the offensive side of the ball with their selections. In the second round with the 62nd overall pick, the Packers drafted Josh Myers, a potential replacement for All-Pro Corey Linsley, who left for the Los Angeles Chargers in free agency. Both Myers and Linsley played college football at Ohio State University. Myers was an all big ten selection. There is a chance for a Rodgers to Rodgers pass and catch connection after Green Bay moved up seven spots to take Amari Rodgers, a wide receiver out of Clemson, 85th overall. Rodgers had over a thousand yards in his 2020 season. 


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