Sports Archives for 2021-06

Gibraltar last area baseball team standing

After Tuesday’s WIAA Regional Tournament play, Gibraltar was the only area school to pick up a baseball win. 

 

Gibraltar took nine innings to beat Kewaunee for the second time this season, 6-4.

 

Southern Door couldn’t get across the plate in their 2-0 loss to Mishicot. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco kept the game tight with Denmark, but fell 4-2. 

 

In MLB action, the Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds went scoreless until the tenth inning, when Cincinnati won 2-1. 

 

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers took a 5-3 loss to Quad Cities. 

 

The Green Bay Booyah handled the Kokoma Jackrabbits, winning 8-4. 

 

Area softball teams look to extend season

Multiple area softball teams take the diamond on Wednesday with the season on the line. 

 

Southern Door will get a second chance to knock off Kewaunee.

 

Algoma takes on Lola-Scandinavia, attempting to avoid being the second Packerland team to have their season ended by Lola-Scandinavia. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco hosts Shawano for the first time this season in regional play. 

 

Packers holding final OTA's

The Green Bay Packers are in the midst of holding their final voluntary Organized Team Activities before training camp opens, which is projected for late July. Many young players are getting a large load of reps as a lot of vets and starters are not in town. The headliner of them all is Jordan Love, who has taken the majority of competitive reps with the uncertainty surrounding Aaron Rodgers’ future in Green Bay. The session is scheduled to end after Thursday’s practice. While it’s unconfirmed, Head Coach Matt Lafleur has hinted that July 29th as the training camp start date. 

 


Bucks give up double-digit lead

The Milwaukee Bucks appeared to be cruising to a game five victory and the conference lead on Tuesday night. The game did not end how it originally appeared, as the Bucks gave up a 16-point halftime lead to the Brooklyn Nets and fell by a final score of 114-108. The Bucks big three of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, and Jrue Holiday led the way in scoring for Milwaukee. Antetokounmpo had 34, Middleton had 25, and Holiday had 19. The Bucks were unable to contain Kevin Durant, who had a career night with 49 points. The series score is now 3-2 in the Nets favor and the teams will head to the Fiserv Forum on Thursday.  

 

Track and field recap: Qualifers head to sectionals Thursday

It will be a short turnaround for several athletes in Door and Kewaunee counties after successful regional meets in track and field action Monday.

 

The top four in every event qualify for their respective sectional meet.

 

In Little Chute, the Luxemburg-Casco girls finished in second place and the Kewaunee boys took third to lead the area's teams. Sectional qualifiers include:

 

Girls 4x800m Relay: Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee

Boys 4x800m Relay: Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco

Girls 100m Hurdles: Regional Champion Cate Anderson (Sturgeon Bay) Alexa Nelson (Sturgeon Bay), Lauren Alger (Sturgeon Bay) and Alexis Vogt (Luxemburg-Casco) 

Boys 110m Hurdles: Regional Champion John Larson (Luxemburg-Casco) and Kaden Borkovetz (Southern Door)

Girls 100m Dash: Alexandria Wech (Luxemburg-Casco) and Lizzy O'Dill (Kewaunee)

Boys 100m Dash: Alex Montana (Southern Door)

Girls 1600m Run: Madi Bevins (Luxemburg-Casco) 

Boys 1600m Run: Cameron Cullen (Kewaunee), Spencer Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco)

Girls 4x200m Relay: Regional Champion Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee

Boys 4x200m Relay: Kewaunee, Southern Door

Girls 400m Dash: Natalie Pansier (Kewaunee) and Micaela Boucher (Luxemburg-Casco)

Boys 400m Dash: Bryce Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) and Christopher Cullen (Kewaunee)

Girls 4x100m Relay: Luxemburg-Casco

Boys 4x100m Relay: Southern Door and Kewaunee

Girls 300m Hurdles: Cate Anderson (Sturgeon Bay), Kaaryn Smidel (Kewaunee) and Lauren Alger (Sturgeon Bay)

Boys 300m Hurdles: John Larson (Luxemburg-Casco)

Boys 800m Run: Spencer Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) and Anthony Jerabek (Kewaunee)

Girls 200m Dash: Gabrielle Wech (Luxemburg-Casco)

Boys 200m Dash: Bryce Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco)

Boys 3200m Run: Cameron Cullen (Kewaunee)

Girls 4x400m Relay: Regional Champion Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay

Boys 4x400m Relay: Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco

Girls High Jump: Hannah Derenne (Luxemburg-Casco) and Jade Tomberlin (Sturgeon Bay)

Boys High Jump: Jordan Lamack (Kewaunee), Eli Mancheski (Southern Door) and Espen Walker (Sturgeon Bay)

Girls Pole Vault: Andrea Wilke (Sturgeon Bay)

Boys Pole Vault: Gordon Hodges (Sturgeon Bay) and Cole Pawlitzky (Kewaunee)

Girls Long Jump: Hannah Sternard (Sturgeon Bay)

Boys Long Jump: Kyle Conard (Southern Door)

Girls Triple Jump: Hannah Sternard (Sturgeon Bay)

Girls Discus: Regional Champion Hailey Shimon (Southern Door), Taylor Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco), and Lisa Reinke (Kewaunee)

Girls Shot Put: Regional Champion Hailey Shimon (Southern Door), Taylor Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco), and Lisa Reinke (Kewaunee)

 

Results for the Hilbert Regional, which featured Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol, has not been posted yet by the WIAA.

 

 

 

 

 

Softball round-up: Kewaunee, Southern Door set to meet

Two of the top four teams in the Packerland Conference are set to meet again after Monday's WIAA Regional action in girls' softball.

 

Kewaunee used a seven-run first inning to beat Sturgeon Bay 11-1 in five innings.

 

Southern Door collected 11 hits in its 8-3 win over Wrightstown.

 

Luxemburg-Casco's Rebecca Kroll went the distance on the mound and had a two-RBI double in the first inning to lead the Spartans to a 12-2 victory over Fox Valley Lutheran.

 

Gibraltar gave up two runs in the bottom of the seventh to fall to Shiocton 11-10.

 

Sevastopol fell in an offensive slugfest against Iola-Scandanavia 19-10.

 

Algoma defeated Crandon at home 3-1.

 

Wednesday's games include Algoma traveling to Iola-Scandanavia, Kewaunee hosting Southern Door, and Luxemburg-Casco playing at home against Shawano. 

Baseball preview: Regionals continue on Tuesday

The road to Grand Chute for the WIAA State Tournament continues on Tuesday for several local baseball teams.

 

Tuesday's games include Luxemburg-Casco visiting Denmark, Kewaunee hosting Gibraltar, and Southern Door playing at home against Mishicot. All of the games are scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.

 

In other baseball action, the Milwaukee Brewers saw their winning streak get snapped in a 10-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Daniel Vogelbach hit his seventh home run and Eric Lauer registered an RBI sacrifice fly in the loss. The two teams play again tonight in Milwaukee.

 

The Green Bay Booyah had their winning streak extended after falling behind early in its 6-4 win over the Kokomo Jackrabbits. The two teams continue their series in Ashwaubenon tonight.

McHugh finishes seventh, next Wednesday

Sevastopol Pioneers alum Max McHugh will have to wait until Wednesday and Thursday for his next chance to qualify for the Olympics.

 

McHugh swam a time of 1:00.56 in the final of the 100-yard breaststroke, which was tied for seventh in the eight-man race. He needed to finish in the top 2 to qualify for the team heading to Tokyo later this year.  Michael Andrew and Andrew Wilson qualified for the team with times under 58.75.

 

McHugh will swim again Wednesday in the 200-yard breaststroke preliminaries.

Luxemburg-Casco Trap shooters finish 5th in State

A return of the state competition for trapshooting saw the Luxemburg-Casco High School team finish in the top five for the first time. The Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League took place this last Saturday and Sunday in Nekoosa. Luxemburg-Casco was one of 30 teams in the 2A Division on Saturday. The Spartans were led by Jacob DeGrave’s 99, Garrett Simonar’s 97, Cody Simonar’s 94, and Trey Vincent’s 93. Coach Dale Simonar said only a few shots separated the top five teams.

 

 

The performance Saturday bested Luxemburg-Casco’s 17th finish in 2018 and 13th place in 2019. The USA High School Clay Target League is for students grades 6 through 12 and emphasizes safety, fun, and marksmanship.

 

(photos contributed)

 

Sports notes: McHugh in finals, track teams head to regionals

Max McHugh is one step closer to Tokyo after Sunday's U.S. Swimming Olympic Trials in Omaha. 

 

According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, McHugh swam a pair of personal bests Sunday to advance to the final in the men's 100-yard breaststroke. He registered the fifth-fastest time with a 59.68 in the semifinal heat. The top-seed is Michael Andrew after swimming a time of 58.14.

 

Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee's trap shooting teams competed in the state trap shoot meet over the weekend. They shot a 476, nine birds behind the eventual state champion. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco's fishing team had a strong showing at its state tournament in LaCrosse. The team consisting of Charlie Simonar and Ethan Jerabek finished in 7th place out of 21 teams. The top three high school teams even outfished some of the college squads competing. 

 

The area's track teams will begin their own road to LaCrosse on Monday with their respective WIAA Regional meets. Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay head to Little Chute to face the host school, Two Rivers, Wrightstown, and Denmark.  Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol head to Hilbert to face the host school Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran/Providence Academy, Howards Grove, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, Reedsville, Roncalli, and Sheboygan Area Lutheran. The first events are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. in Hilbert and 4:15 p.m. in Little Chute. Sectional qualifiers in Hilbert head to Rosholt and sectional qualifiers in Little Chute go to Fox Valley Lutheran for Thursday meets.  

Softball preview: Playoffs open up

The WIAA Tournament opens up for the area's softball teams on Monday.

 

Matchups include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Fox Valley Lutheran, Sevastopol traveling to Iola-Scandanavia, Algoma playing at home against Crandon, Sturgeon Bay facing Kewaunee on the road, Gibraltar sailing to Shiocton, and Southern Door staying in Brussels to face Wrightstown.

 

All games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Baseball round-up: Brewers' family win

The Milwaukee Brewers and its local affiliate picked up wins on Sunday.

 

A Luis Urias RBI triple and Avisail Garcia's two-run homer gave the Brewers the lead in the sixth inning in its 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. They will stick around Milwaukee to play the Cincinnati Reds.

 

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers scored five runs in the opening frame and held on to beat the South Bend Cubs 7-4 to earn the series split.

 

The Green Bay Booyah was held scoreless until a Tristin Garcia RBI double in the ninth inning of a 7-1 loss to the Madison Mallards.

 

In Door County League action, Sister Bay shut out Baileys Harbor 13-0.

 

High school baseball fans will have to wait until Tuesday for the WIAA Tournament to pick up. Tuesday games include Luxemburg-Casco visiting Denmark, Kewaunee hosting Gibraltar, and Southern Door playing at home against Mishicot. 

Bucks even up series versus Nets

The Milwaukee Bucks have turned its Eastern Conference semifinals matchup against the Brooklyn Nets into a best of three after winning Sunday 107-96.

 

The Bucks were able to use a strong second and third quarters to take Game 4, outscoring the Nets 58-43 in the pair of frames. The game turned in favor of the home team in the second quarter after Nets guard Kyrie Iriving appeared to sprain his ankle going up for a rebound against Giannis Antetokounmpo. Kevin Durant had to take on the lion's share of the work the rest of the way before departing with approximately four minutes remaining in the game. Durant scored 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. While 13 Nets players scored on Sunday, Irving was the only other player to reach double figures. 

 

The Bucks meanwhile five different players reach double figures, led by Antetokounmpo's 34 points. Khris Middleton chipped in 19 points while Jrue Holiday and P.J. Tucker added 14 and 13 points respectively. The Bucks hit 16 three-pointers in the win, compared to just 10 for the Nets.

 

The Bucks and Nets will meet again in Brooklyn on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Baseball: Brewers, Booyah pick up wins

The Milwaukee Brewers won another game on Saturday, over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Brew Crew used five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to propel themselves. The game ended up as a 7-4 finals score in favor of Milwaukee. The Brewers will be back in action at 

 

The Green Bay Booyah beat the Madison Mallards on Friday when they won by a final score of 9-3. The next game for the Booyah is at Madison again on Sunday with a start time scheduled for 4:05 PM.

 

A chance to even their series awaits the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers on Sunday at 1:05 PM. The Rattlers are currently down three games to two in the series with the South Bend Cubs after Saturday's 5-2 loss. Sunday's game will be the last game of the series. 

Bucks look to even playoff series

After an impressive win in game three of their second round playoff series earlier this week, the Milwaukee Bucks have a chance to provide a big sigh of relief to finish the weekend. On Sunday afternoon the Bucks will try to make their second round playoff series 2-2 when they take on the Brooklyn Nets. Brooklyn leads the Bucks two games to one in the playoff series. The first two games went down as Nets victories. Sunday’s game is scheduled for 2:00 PM.

 

Eagles take home extra track hardware

For the Southern Door Eagles boys track squad, they were honored with more than just how they finished in team standings at the Packerland Conference meet. Southern Door’s Kyle Conard was named Outstanding Male Athlete. At the Packerland Conference meet, Conard scored 36 points including victories in the long jump, triple jump, and contributing to the 400-meter relay victory.

Area girls soccer ends season on Saturday

In Saturday's WIAA Playoff action, Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco had tight losses to end their season. Luxemburg-Casco saw their season come to an end on Saturday afternoon and the  Spartans took on Freedom for the second time this season and took another loss to the Freedom squad, 3-0. Freedom has the advantage in the teams two games against one another, 8-1. With the loss, Luxemburg-Casco’s overall season record is 6-5. The Spartans up and down season includes wins in two of their last three games. 

 

Saturday was the last time the 2021 Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls soccer team took the pitch.. The season ended in the WIAA playoffs with a 5-0 loss to Wrightstown. It was their second time being shut out by Wrightstown. Drew Starr had six saves for Sturgeon Bay, but the Clippers couldn’t get the firepower they needed to match the handful of goals. Sturgeon Bay ends the season with a 5-7 overall record, including a playoff win. 

 

 

 

 

Baseball teams sweep Friday

Three of the state’s marquee baseball teams won tight contests on Friday. A seventh inning rally lifted the Milwaukee Brewers past the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday, by a final score of 7-4. In the seventh, the Brewers scored five runs, taking advantage of a two-run double by Christian Yelich and getting three batters on base by way of a walk. The Brewers will be in action again on Saturday with the first pitch thrown at 3:10 PM. 

 

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers also had a late rally, scoring four runs in the ninth inning against the South Bend Cubs. The Rattlers were down 2-1 heading into their final frame, and won the game 5-2. The Timber Rattlers will be back at home on Saturday against South Bend. The game starts at 6:05 PM. 

 

The Green Bay Booyah had their second win in Mequon this season when they beat the Lakeshore Chinooks 4-3 on Friday evening. On Saturday they will go to the state’s capital and face the Madison Mallards. The game will start at 6:35 PM.

 

Spartans and Clippers girls soccer teams going for road playoff wins

On Saturday morning Luxemburg-Casco will try to continue their good fortunes after a good defensive performance in their opening playoff win. The Spartans face Freedom, who is 5-6 this season. The two teams did squabble earlier this season, with Freedom winning 5-1 on May 24th. The Spartans come into the game with a 7-4 overall mark. The winner of Saturday’s game will take on the winner in the matchup between Seymour and Denmark. The Spartans game on Saturday will begin at 10:00 AM and will be held in Freedom. 

 

After a shutout win over Clintonville, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers will be heading to Wrightstown on Saturday for their second game of WIAA postseason play. The tall task will also be a shot at payback as Wrightstown downed Sturgeon Bay 3-0 on May 22nd. Since starting the season 0-3, the Clippers have since gone 5-3. Wrightstown is an overall 11-3 this year. The winner of Saturday’s game will play the winner of the game between Roncalli and St. Mary Catholic. The Clippers will begin play on Saturday at 5:00 PM. 

 

 

 

Packers go virtual at entrance

Fans getting into Lambeau Field to catch a Packers game this fall will have to be mobile. The Packers organization announced on Friday that they were making the switch from no longer taking paper tickets at the entry gate, but will have people enter as their e-tickets are scanned. In an article from the Packers official website, it states that mobile-only tickets will help ensure safe, secure ticketing at Lambeau Field and help prevent the use of counterfeit tickets. Also noted by the Packers was the success mobile ticketing had during the teams two playoff games this past season. They also cited different industries and area events that successfully made the switch. Commemorative paper tickets will still be sent to season ticket holders.

Pioneer alum readies for Olympic Trials

The road to Tokyo begins this weekend for former Sevastopol Pioneer Max McHugh.

 

McHugh is coming off two NCAA titles where he won the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke. His time in the 100-yard breaststroke is the fifth-fastest ever and he is just a few years removed from setting the national high school record when he won a state title. 


He will be competing in the Olympic Trials this weekend in Omaha, Neb. in those two events. The 100-yard breaststroke will be decided on Sunday and Monday while the 200-yard breaststroke will take place on Wednesday and Thursday. You can find the viewing information below: 

 

Sunday, June 13th: 100 Breaststroke

Prelims begin at 10am

Semifinals begin at 4:30pm (NBCSN)

Monday, June 14th: 100 Breaststroke

Finals begin at 6pm (NBC)

 

Wednesday, June 16th: 200 Breaststroke

Prelims begin at 10am

Semifinals begin at 5:30pm (NBCSN)

Thursday, June 17th: 200 Breaststroke

Finals begin at 7pm (NBCSN)

Softball round-up: Kewaunee, Southern Door fall

Two area Packerland Conference teams found themselves on the wrong side of the ledger Thursday with the WIAA playoff looming in the near future.

 

Southern Door was unable to come back all the way from an early 3-0 deficit to fall 3-2 to Valders.

 

Kewaunee gave up five runs in the opening frame and could not respond enough in 8-4 defeat at the hands of county opponent Luxemburg-Casco.

 

Regionals begin on Monday with the Spartans facing Fox Valley Lutheran, Algoma hosting Crandon, Sevastopol traveling to Iola-Scandanavia, Kewaunee playing at home against Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar visiting Shiocton, and Southern Door battling Wrightstown in Brussels. All games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Soccer round-up: Spartans, Clippers advance

Area teams went 2-1 Thursday evening in the opening round of the WIAA girls' soccer playoffs.

 

Luxemburg-Casco used a pair of Jillian Lynts goals and 10 saves by Tabi Lemens to secure a 3-1 win over Shawano. The Spartans will play Freedom at 10 a.m. Saturday.

 

Sturgeon Bay shut out Clintonville 7-0 while Sevastopol/Gibraltar saw their season end with a 2-1 loss to Roncalli. The Clippers will play Saturday at Wrightstown.

Bucks hold on against Nets

The Milwaukee Bucks prevented themselves from falling 3-0 in its playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets, eventually winning its matchup Thursday 86-83. 

 

The final margin was set in stone in the first half when the Bucks came out firing, outscoring the Nets 30-11 in the opening quarter. The Nets would respond with their own big frame, outscoring the Bucks 31-15. The Bucks and Nets would trade blows the rest of the way as both teams clamped down in the second half with both teams scoring only 41 points after the break.

 

Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton combined for over 60 points of Bucks' totals, one of the highest totals between a pair of teammates in a playoff game in NBA history. Middleton scored 35 points and grabbed 15 rebounds while Antetokounmpo collected 14 rebounds and 33 points. Kevin Durant scored 30 points for the Nets in the loss. 

 

The next game is 2 p.m. Sunday.

Baseball round-up: Gibraltar, L-C get opening round wins

Three local teams are moving onto the next round of the WIAA playoffs to highlight local baseball action on Thursday.

 

in high school baseball action, Gibraltar toppled Roncalli 8-1, Luxemburg-Casco shutout Sturgeon Bay 9-0, Kewaunee blew out Algoma 15-3, and Sevastopol saw its season end in a 10-0 loss to Manitowoc Lutheran in six innings. The next round will now feature the Vikings and the Storm meeting up in Kewaunee, Southern Door hosting either Mishicot or Valders, and the Spartans battling top-seeded Denmark. 

 

Northwoods League action saw the Green Bay Booyah jump out to a 4-0 lead but give up three runs in the top of the 13th inning to call 8-5 to the Lakeshore Chinooks. They will face the Chinooks on the road on Friday.

 

The Milwaukee Brewers unloaded on the Cincinnati Reds' bullpen with six unanswered runs to take the finale 7-2. Daniel Voegelbach homered in the win. They now come home for a weekend set against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The first game is slated for 7:10 p.m.

Packers back to full capacity

Crowds will be back to full capacity at Lambeau Field this fall the Green Bay Packers announced on Thursday.

 

The announcement also included plans to host Family Night, the Packers 5K, and the Annual Shareholders Meeting at full capacity. Packers CEO Mark Murphy said in a statement that the organization is looking forward to "once again experiencing the incredible atmosphere our fans provide at training camp, games and events."

 

No proof of vaccination will be required, but the Packers do ask that every one that is not fully vaccinated follow the CDC guidelines when attending games and events. 

Soccer preview: Road to Milwaukee begins Thursday

The opportunity to play for a state title in girls' soccer starts Thursday with first-round matchups in the WIAA Tournament.

 

In Division 3, Luxemburg-Casco will try to keep their winning streak alive when they host Shawano at 7 p.m. Winner has a morning matchup on Saturday with Freedom.

 

In Division 4, Sevastopol/Gibraltar visits Roncalli and Sturgeon Bay hosts Clintonville. The Vikineers will play at 5 p.m. and the Clippers will start at 7 p.m. Kewaunee opted out of the state tournament last week. 

Baseball preview: L-C/Sturgeon Bay highlights playoff openers

The road to Grand Chute begins on Thursday with a trio of games.

 

In Division 2, Door County/Kewaunee County grudge match between two non-conference opponents as Sturgeon Bay visits Luxemburg-Casco at 4:30 p.m.

 

In Division 3, Gibraltar will stay home to face Roncalli while the war on the shore heads to the diamond with Algoma visiting Kewaunee. The first pitch for those games is 4:30 p.m.

 

In Division 4, Sevastopol will head south for a 4:30 p.m. matchup against Manitowoc Lutheran. 

 

Winners will advance to Tuesday's second round, which is where Southern Door is already waiting for its matchup against the winner of Mishicot/Valders.

Sturgeon Bay softball wins playoff opener

There will be more softball to be played for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers after topping Gillett/Suring in the opening round of the WIAA Playoffs on Wednesday at their home park 7-4.

 

Both teams traded runs in the first inning and Gillett/Suring took 2-1 lead in the fourth before the Clippers responded with four runs in the bottom half of the inning to take control of the game for good in the bottom half of the inning. The Clippers would tack on a pair of runs in the sixth inning and stop a Gillett/Suring rally in the top half of the seventh to secure the win.

 

The Clippers will have the weekend off before facing top-seeded Kewaunee on the road.

 

The Storm will play one more tune-up before the playoffs when they play Luxemburg-Casco at home beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco's Smith qualifies for state golf meet

Luxemburg-Casco junior Zach Smith still has more golf to play after qualifying for the state meet earlier this week.

 

Smith shot a 78 at the Par 71 Waushara Country Club in Wautoma to finish the day tied for fifth place with Peshtigo's Grant Bauman. Smith defeated Bauman in a tiebreaker The Spartans finished in eighth place as a team with a score of 345.

 

Other individual scores include:

Christian Rasmussen 85

TJ Weinfurter 90

Caden Lukes 92

Ethan Marach 104

 

The area had two other golfers qualify for their respective sectional meet, but did not qualify for next week's state championships at Trapper's Turn in Wisconsin Dells. Golfing for Gibraltar, Teddy Roth finished the day on the Par 72 Hunter's Glen course in Crivitz with a score of 107 and 47th place. Payton Thomas was one stroke with a score of 108. 

Brewers roll over Reds

After giving up a run in the second inning, the Milwaukee Brewers quickly tightened up in their 5-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday. Avisail Garcia evened the game when he smacked his twelfth homer of the season in the top of the fourth inning. Luis Urias crossed the plate on a fielder's choice RBI from Christian Yelich. 

 

With a 2-1 lead, Avisaii Garcia continued to add to it with an RBI single that scored Jace Pederson. In the top of the seventh. Travis Shaw would pad the lead with a two-RBI double in the top of the ninth, scoring Tyrone Taylor and Omar Narvaez. The final score ended up 5-1 in favor of the Brewers. Milwaukee has another matchup with the Reds on Wednesday at 6:10 PM. 

 

In other baseball news, the Green Bay Booyah were off on Tuesday but will be back Wednesday, hosting the Wisconsin Woodchucks. In minor league action, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers lost to the South Bend Cubs 7-5. 

 

Girls soccer: Spartans handily win finale

With the WIAA playoffs beginning Thursday for area teams, Luxemburg-Casco got one last regular season go-around. The Spartans beat Peshtigo by a 6-1 final score on Tuesday night. The win makes the Spartans final regular season record 6-4 overall. It’ll be a quick turnaround for the Spartans, who take on Shawano on Thursday in the opening round of the WIAA playoffs. The teams will square off with a chance to play Freedom in the following round on Saturday. The scheduled start time is 7:00 PM and the Spartans will host. 

 

The Packerland-Eastern Conference issued a press release with the final regular standings for 2021. The standings are pictured below. 

 

Boys golf: Eagles, Clippers neck and neck in final standings

In the final Packerland standings, Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay had a tight battle for the bronze medal. Peshtigo and Oconto topped the standings, but Southern Door edged Sturgeon Bay for third place. The entire conference standings per a press release from the Packerland Conference can be found below. 

 

Softball: Kewaunee drops non-conference game; Postseason play begins

In one last game before postseason play, Kewaunee took a 10-0 loss to Denmark. Kewaunee currently has an overall record of 13-6 in the regular season, and are 8-0 in conference and atop the Packerland standings. One last regular game awaits the Storm, who play Luxemburg-Casco in a non-conference tilt on Thursday. On Monday, June 14th, Kewaunee will take on the winner of Wednesday’s game between Sturgeon Bay and Gillett/Suring. 

 

On Wednesday, Sturgeon Bay begins their WIAA playoff play, hosting Gillett/Suring. That game begins at 5:00 PM. The winner will take on Kewaunee in the next round on June 14th. 

 

Below is the Packerland Conference final regular season standings with conference records, per a press release from the Packerland Conference. 

 

Baseball round-up: Kewaunee storms past Two Rivers

All Kewaunee could do on Monday was hit and Luxemburg-Casco could not buy a knock in local baseball action.

 

Four different players had two RBI in the Storm's win over Two Rivers.

 

The Spartans were no-hit twice, losing to Denmark 2-0 and 3-0.

 

Algoma's offense could not keep pace with Hilbert/Stockbridge, falling 17-7 in the five innings.

 

The Green Bay Booyah won their third game in a row, finishing off a two-game sweep of the Lakeshore Chinooks 5-0.

 

Both the Milwaukee Brewers and the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers had Monday off, but it was the parent club that woke up in sole possession of first place after a Chicago Cubs loss to the San Diego Padres. The Timber Rattlers play at South Bend while the Brewers play at Cincinnati. 

Track round-up: Sevastopol girls, Kewaunee boys win Packerland Conference

The Kewaunee boys and Sevastopol girls' track teams continued their 2021 narrative on Monday with championships at the Packerland Conference Track and Field Championships in Peshtigo.

 

The Lady Pioneers won seven events en route to its first-place finish, holding off Kewaunee's surge 143.5-140.

 

The Storm boys had six event wins, including three from Cameron Cullen, to pace the Packerland field with 177 points, 40 points more than second place Peshtigo.

 

Complete Results Here, Team by Team break downs at NewRadioSportsNetwork.com

 

Picture courtesy of Sevastopol School District

 

Varsity - Mens

1.Kewaunee177

2.Peshtigo132

3.Southern Door128

4.Sturgeon Bay61.5

5.Sevastopol58

6.Northeastern Wiscons...57.5

7.Gibraltar31

8.Oconto14

9.Algoma8

 

Womens Varsity

1.Sevastopol143

2.Kewaunee140.5

3.Sturgeon Bay107

4.Gibraltar65.5

5.Southern Door59

6.Peshtigo53

7.Algoma44

8.Oconto36

9.Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran24

Bucks dig two game hole

The Milwaukee Bucks were looking for a momentum-shifting win to even their second-round playoff series with the Brooklyn Nets, but a demoralizing loss came instead on Monday. The Nets had a fast start, outscoring the Bucks 36-19 in the first quarter. They never looked back, as the Bucks fell by a 125-86 final score. No scorers reached twenty points for Milwaukee, as Giannis Antetokounmpo had 18 and Khris Middleton scored 17. 

 

The Bucks have a couple of days to regroup before Thursday’s game three in the Fiserv Forum. Tip-off for Thursday’s battle is at 6:30 PM. 

 

Spartans girls soccer shut down Marines, face Peshtigo

The Luxemburg-Casco girls soccer team rebounded from a pair of losses last week with a big 7-1 win over Marinette Monday night.

 

It was a reversal of fortunes for both teams as the Spartans went 1-2 last week and the Marines had shut out two consecutive opponents.  Heather Iverson and Tara Dhuey scored two goals apiece while Haley Paye, Jillian Lynts and Cadence Trimberger each chipped in one tally as well. The Spartans will get one more tune-up before the playoffs begin later this week with a home match against Peshtigo at 6:30 p.m.

 

The Packerland Conference's teams will have off until Thursday's start of the WIAA playoffs.

 

Picture courtesy of L-C Soccer Club

 

 

Packerland track and field battle for crown

The Packerland Conference will host its championship event on Monday in Peshtigo.

 

The Kewaunee boys are flying high after winning the Wildcat Classic at Green Bay West last Wednesday. They have also proven to be successful against Packerland opponents, winning everyone of their quad meets this season. It has been a similar story for the Sevastopol girls team, which also won all of its quad meets this season against Packerland opponents.

 

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

 

On Friday, Luxemburg-Casco was a part of its own conference championships. The boys took 7th place with 36 points and the girls took fifth with 75.66 points. No individual champions were crowned but the Spartans' John Larson and Taylor Thiry came close with second place finishes.

Soccer preview: Brackets released

Luxemburg-Casco will play the only local match of the night as the girls' soccer playoffs gear up to begin on Thursday.

 

The Spartans look to rebound from their loss against Wrightstown last week with a home match against Marinette beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 

The WIAA brackets were announced on Sunday for play to start on Thursday with the opportunity to take the pitch again on Saturday. In Division 3, Luxemburg-Casco will host Shawano at 7 p.m. with a chance to face top-seeded Freedom. In Division 4, Sevastopol/Gibraltar will play on the road against Roncalli with a chance to play top-seeded St. Mary Catholic. Sturgeon Bay will host Clintonville before possibly playing Wrightstown. Kewaunee has opted out of the postseason. 

Baseball round-up: Brewers sweep D-Backs, four HS games Monday

There is plenty of positivity spilling into Monday in the world of local baseball.

 

In MLB action, Corbin Burnes struck out 13 in seven innings of shutout ball while Daniel Robertson and Tyrone Taylor each homered in the Milwaukee Brewers' 2-0 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks to earn the sweep. The Brewers will try to keep the winning streak alive when they play Cincinnati on Tuesday. 

 

The Midwest League featured the final game for the Timber Rattlers as the Wisconsin Udder Tuggers as they scored seven runs in the seventh inning to cruise to a 11-1 victory over the Peoria Chiefs. The Udder Tuggers will revert back to the Timber Rattlers when they play at South Bend on Tuesday.

 

The Green Bay Booyah won their first Sunday game as the Green Bay G.O.A.T.S 5-3 over the Lakeshore Chinooks. The Booyah play against the Chinooks again Monday on the road.

 

In Door County League action, Tom Sawyer homered but the Sister Bay Bays suffered their first loss of the season 17-9 to Kolberg. No other scores have been reported.

 

High school baseball action on Monday features Luxemburg-Casco playing a pair at Denmark, Algoma hosting Hilbert,  and Kewaunee battling Two Rivers at home. Those games all begin at 4:30 p.m.

Bucks look to even series

The Milwaukee Bucks look to avoid slipping into a 2-0 hole Monday night when they play the Brooklyn Nets in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

 

The Nets outscored the Bucks 35-23 in the third quarter and did not look back in its 115-107 win on Saturday. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 34 points while Brook Lopez pitched in 19 and Jrue Holiday added 17 in the loss. ESPN reported Sunday that James Harden's hamstring issues from Saturday will keep him out of game two on Monday.

 

The opening tip at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. 

Brewers overcome early defecit

The Milwaukee Brewers appeared to be having a night on the losing end of their home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday. In the first inning the Diamondbacks scored a run and added another in the top of the fourth. Heading into the bottom of the fourth inning down 2-0, the Brewers quickly turned the game around with a score on a two-out passed ball which allowed Daniel Vogelbach to cross the plate. That mistake proved to be costly for Arizona. The Brewers would follow that up before the inning’s end with a two-rbi single by Tyrone Taylor that scored Christian Yelich and David Peralta. 

 

Milwaukee tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and went up 5-2. Before the seventh-inning stretch, Arizona came through with a three-run inning to tie the game. In their last inning at the plate, Milwaukee put together a two-run eighth inning. That would be all that was needed to win the game 7-5. The Brewers now have a 32-26 record and play the Diamondbacks again on Sunday. First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 PM. 

 

The Green Bay Booyah got their first win of the season over the Fon du Lac Spiders, 5-4 on Saturday night. 

 

The Wisconsin Timber-Rattlers donned their Wisconsin Udder-Tugger uniforms but gave up four runs in the top of the ninth and lost 12-9. 

 

Bucks lose first playoff game

The extra days off after their first round playoff sweep may have had lingering effects as the Milwaukee Bucks took a game one loss to the Brooklyn Nets, 115-107. The Bucks are now down 1-0 in the second round series of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs. In the game one loss, the Bucks kept pace throughout the first half, as they led 32-30 after the first quarter. After two quarters, the score was 63-62 in favor of Brooklyn. The Nets outscored the Bucks 35-23 in the third quarter to go ahead thirteen points. That ended up being the difference, as Milwaukee could not close the gap. 

 

The Bucks were led in scoring by Giannis Antetokounmpo who had 34 points. Brook Lopez pitched in 19 and Jrue Holiday came through with 17. The status for Nets’ star James Harden is unclear for the rest of the series, as he left the game to get an MRI on his hamstring that kept him out for numerous games this season. Game two of the series takes place Monday at 6:30 PM in Brooklyn. 

 

Soccer: Clippers earn shutout; area games cancelled

Kewaunee and Sevastopol had their games cancelled on Saturday but Sturgeon Bay was able to get theirs in. Called off was Kewaunee’s game against Kiel and Sevastopol/Gibraltar’s matchup with Green Bay NEW Lutheran. 

 

Sturgeon Bay won their game with Roncalli by a final score of 2-0 on Saturday. In each of their last six games, they have been on the winning or losing end of a shutout. Sturgeon Bay moved their record to 4-6 with the Saturday win. 

 

Girls soccer: Spartans shut down by Wrightstown

The Luxemburg-Casco girls soccer team fell in their second straight game on Friday, and were unable to get the ball in the net. The Spartans fell to Wrightstown by a final score of 6-0. The Spartans continue to look for consistency when they face a one-win Ashwaubenon team on Monday. The Spartans record up and down season has put their current record at 4-4 overall. 

 

Packerland teams will take the pitch on Saturday at 11 a.m. when Kewaunee heads to Kiel and Sturgeon Bay has a home tilt Roncalli.

 

Track and Field: Spartans finish in middle of boys and girls standings

In the Northeastern Conference track and field meet on Friday, both teams for Luxemburg-Casco finished in the middle of the team standings. The Spartans competed for the conference title with Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown. The girls came away with a fifth place finish out of the ten teams. The winner of both the girls and boys meet was Freedom. The Spartan boys finished in seventh place. Below are team scores from athletic.net 

 

Softball: Kewaunee suffers first Packerland loss

Kewaunee fell to a conference opponent for the first time all season on Friday.

 

They fell to Peshtigo 2-1, and split the season series with them.

 

Gibraltar couldn’t get going at the plate, falling 13-0 to Oconto.

 

Algoma was able to put away Sevastopol, 8-3. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco had a dominant day against Notre Dame Academy, winning 19-2.  

 

In weekend action, Sevastopol will head to the Stockbridge Tournament, and have their first game with Stockbridge/Hilbert at 12:15 PM. Afterward the Pioneers face Green Bay NEW Lutheran.

 

Baseball: Pioneers edge Wolves; other area teams compete

Algoma came within just a run of capturing their first win on Friday against Sevastopol.

 

The Pioneers topped the Wolves, 5-4. Sevastopol went on to win the second game by a 2-1 final as well. 

 

Gibraltar’s Marcus Reinhardt threw a shutout in an 11-0 rout of Oconto. 

 

Kewaunee downed Peshtigo, 8-5. 

 

Scores for other area Friday matchups have not been reported as of 6:30 AM Saturday. 

 

In Saturday games, Sturgeon Bay has a non-conference one with Bonduel, Sevastopol hosts Elkhart LakeGlenbeulah, and Kewaunee has a home non-conference battle with Roncalli. All of these games begin at 11:00 AM. 

 

Track preview: L-C battles for conference crown

The Northeastern Conference crown is on the line Friday when Luxemburg-Casco travels to Appleton.

 

Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown will also be competing for the title beginning at 3:30 p.m. The Spartans look to improve on their 2019 performance that saw them finish middle of the pack with many then-seniors leading the way.

 

Earlier this week, Kewaunee won the boys title at the Wildcat Classic hosted by Green Bay West. The Sevastopol girls finished second in the invitational that also featured Green Bay West, Green Bay East, Gibraltar, and Bonduel. 

Softball round-up: Rained out ahead of weekend action

Some local teams could not get on the field on Thursday due to quick thunderstorm ahead of the weekend slate.

 

Kewaunee/Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco/Clintonville matchups were scheduled for Thursday, but the storms would have passed through just before or during the opening stages of the game. No scores were reported.

 

On Friday, the Spartans travel to Green Bay Notre Dame for a 4:30 first pitch, Gibraltar plays Oconto in Fish Creek at 3:45 p.m., Algoma hosts Sevastopol at 5 p.m.,  Kewaunee visits Peshtigo for a 5 p.m. tilt,  and Southern Door stays in Brussels to battle NEW Lutheran at 5 p.m.

Soccer round-up: Sevastpol/Gibraltar picks up win

Local teams split their games on Thursday ahead of more matches on Friday.

 

Sevastopol/Gibraltar went on the road and picked up the 3-1 victory over Valders while Luxemburg-Casco received good goalkeeping but it was not enough in a 2-1 loss to Denmark. Sturgeon Bay was shut out by Sheboygan Falls 4-0 and Kewaunee's match against Two Rivers was canceled.

 

On Friday's slate, the Spartans head to Wrightstown for a 4:30 p.m. match. Packerland play returns on Saturday at 11 a.m. when Kewaunee travels to Kiel and Sturgeon Bay hosts Roncalli.

Baseball round-up: Clippers walk-off Blazers

Several teams will play games on consecutive days as the end of the regular season quickly approaches.

 

In Thursday's action, Gibraltar was shut out by Denmark 6-0 and Sturgeon Bay walked off NEW Lutheran 13-12. No score was reported in the Algoma/Oconto matchup. 

 

On Friday, Gibraltar will play a doubleheader against Oconto beginning at 3:45 p.m., Algoma hosts a twinbill against Sevastopol at 4:30 p.m., Luxemburg-Casco stays around town to face Clintonville at 4:30 p.m., Kewaunee battles Peshtigo at 5 p.m. and Southern Door will trade blows with NEW Lutheran at 5 p.m.

 

In Northwoods League action, the Green Bay Booyah were down 7-0 before reaching the scoreboard in the top of the eighth inning in a 7-3 defeat.

 

In MLB play, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Christian Yelich each went deep in the bottom of the third as the Milwaukee Brewers went onto beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-4 in the desert.

Girls soccer: Area teams looking for bounceback games

Nearly all will be active on Thursday as Luxemburg-Casco goes for three straight wins when they visit Denmark.

 

Sturgeon Bay will take the field for the first time in over a week when they travel to Sheboygan Falls for a road game. Sevastopol/Gibraltar is going to try and regain the rhythm that they had in their shutout wins over Two Rivers and Kewaunee. They take on Valders in an away contest. All area teams begin their games on Thursday at 4:30 PM. 

 

Busy Thursday on deck; postseason matchups released

Area baseball teams will have to play their Thursday games, and avoid looking ahead to their postseason games which were announced on Wednesday. In the second sectional tournament of Division two On June 10th, Sturgeon Bay will visit Luxemburg-Casco with a chance to play the top team in their bracket, Denmark. 

 

In Division three play, Southern Door is a one seed in the second section tournament. Their dominance this season will be tested by the winner of Mishicot and Valders. The Eagles won’t play a postseason game until June 15th. On June 10th, Kewaunee will take on Algoma, and face the winner of a same-day matchup between Gibraltar and Roncalli. 

 

Sevastopol is a five-seed in their tournament. They are in the section four tournament of Division four play. Their first game is on June 10th when they visit Manitowoc Lutheran. 

 

Three area teams will be in action on Thursday. Sturgeon Bay hosts Green Bay NEW Lutheran, Gibraltar travels to Denmark, and Algoma has a home game with Oconto. 

 

Light Thursday schedule; playoff matchups set

Thursday’s games will be a good chance for area softball teams to get reps before their postseason games, which were released on Wednesday. 

 

In the Division three, second sectional tournament, Sturgeon Bay will start off with a June 9th matchup against Gillett/Suring in Sturgeon Bay. The winner will face top seeded Kewaunee on June 14th. Also on June 14th, Southern Door will face off with Wrightstown in a home game. 

 

In the Division four tournament, Algoma awaits the winner of the June 9th second sectional tournament game between Manawa and Crandon. The Wolves were awarded the two seed in their section. On June 14th, Gibraltar and Sevastopol will be in action in the same tournament, but against different opponents. Gibraltar takes on Shiocton in a road game and Sevastopol also travels to face Lola-Scandinavia. 

 

In the Division two, second section tournament, Luxemburg-Casco gets June 9th off. The second seeded Spartans will find out their June 14th opponent after seeing who wins between Fox Valley Lutheran and Little Chute. The Spartans have beat both potential opponents. 

 

In area matchups Thursday, Luxemburg-Casco hosts Clintonville, and the Packerland Conference just has Southern Door and Kewaunee going at it. It’ll be a rematch of an 8-7 Kewaunee win earlier this season. That is as close as the Storm have come to losing a conference battle this season. 

 

McIntosh named successor to Alvarez

Replacing three decades of experience in their athletic department was a tall task for the University of Wisconsin, but they landed on their choice on Wednesday. The University of Wisconsin named Chris McIntosh the next leader for the red and white. After a career being an All-American offensive tackle and captain for the Badgers’ Rose Bowl teams in 1998 and 1999, McInotsh pursued a career in business before returning to his alma mater. In 2014, he rejoined Badger athletics as an associate athletic director for business development. The athletic department will be under McIntosh’s direction when he assumes duties on July 1st. 

 

(Photo from University of Wisconsin) 

Golf Round-up: Gibraltar golfers, Luxemburg-Casco qualify for sectionals

Six area golfers still have life to their season after WIAA Regional Action concluded on Tuesday.

 

In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco qualified for the sectional meet after the team took third at its regional held at Hilly Haven Golf Course. Zach Smith led the way for the Spartans with an 80 on the par 72 course. The team registered 342 strokes, finishing behind Xavier and Wrightstown. Sturgeon Bay had a total score of 394 and was led by Issak Aune's95. Jacob Norton was one stroke better at 94 with Southern Door finishing with a 397.

 

In Division 3, Gibraltar's pair of Teddy Roth and Payton Thomas scored berths to the WIAA Sectional after finishing in the top 4 of unconnected golfers. Rother scored an 89 on the par-71 Golden Sands Golf Course while Thomas collected a 104. Sevastopol as a team finished in sixth place and was led by Jack DeYoung's 109.

Softball round-up: Kewaunee scores big win

The Kewaunee Storm got one of the area's only wins on the softball diamond on Tuesday.

 

The Storm only needed four innings to get its 15-0 win over Gibraltar.

 

Southern Door received multi-hit performances from three different players in their 6-4 loss to Oconto.

 

Sturgeon Bay struggled in its 15-0 loss to Peshtigo. 

 

No scores were reported from Luxemburg-Casco's matchup against Waupaca. 

Baseball round-up: Local teams score plenty

Three local high school teams put up impressive run totals in Tuesday's baseball action.

 

In the high school ranks. Southern Door soared past Oconto 18-0 in five innings, Gibraltar toppled Kewaunee 13-1, Sturgeon Bay tamed Peshtigo 12-7, Algoma was shutout by NEW Lutheran 3-0

 

Northwoods League play saw the Green Bay Booyah drop its home opener to the Fond du Lac Dock Spiders 10-3.

 

MLB action had the Milwaukee Brewers slug five homers but still come up short in a 10-7 loss to the Detroit Tigers. Tyrone Taylor and Kolten Wong went deep twice for the Brewers in the defeat. 

Girls' soccer recap: L-C cruises

Luxemburg-Casco scored a big win on senior night to end the day of girls' soccer on a good note.

 

Luxemburg-Casco collected a 5-2 win over Little Chute thanks to a pair of goals from Heather Iverson.

 

Gibraltar/Sevastopol could only muster a single tally in Baileys Harbor in its 4-1 loss to Kiel.

 

In a deviation from the original schedule, Sturgeon Bay played Notre Dame and lost 5-1 though Emma Reichel got the Clippers on the board with a penalty kick goal.

 

The matchup between Kewaunee and Denmark reported no score.

Area schools nominate student-athletes for academic achievements

Administrators at area school were able to nominate student-athletes to receive recognition for work they did on the field, court, mat, and in the classroom. Packerland principals were able to nominate two boys and two girls students for Scholar Athlete awards. Criteria was for the athlete to be a second semester senior, earn at least four varsity letters over their career, and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. 

 

Scholar Athlete Award nominees:

 

Algoma: Trevor Nell, Jackson Schoening, Breanne Schmidt, and Hanna Wiese

 

Gibraltar: Alex Laughlin, Marcus Reinhardt, Mia Chomeau, and Abigail Fitzgerald

 

Kewaunee: Alexander Rohr, Jack Severin, Cierra Brann, and Claire Kohnle

 

Sevastopol: Logan Beyer, Spencer Evenson, Zoe-Rose Kuehn, Olivia Stenzel 

 

Southern Door: Kyle Conard, Marcus Marchant, Hailey Shimon, and Ella Wienke

 

Sturgeon Bay: Ben DeNamur, Ashley Alberts

 

Principals were also able to nominate athletes for the Outstanding Achievement Award which is based on additional criteria. The student must have competed as a three-sport athlete in their junior and senior years, earned a minimum of seven athletic letters, and maintained a minimum of a 3.9 cumulative GPA. 

 

Outstanding Achievement Award nominees:

 

Algoma: Hanna Wiese

 

Kewaunee: Jack Severin, Cierra Brann

 

Sevastopol: Clove Dvorak, McKenzie Wiesner

 

Sturgeon Bay: Miranda Olson 

 

Golf teams hit links for regionals

The area's boys' golf teams will look to extend their season on Tuesday when they play in their respective regional tournaments.

 

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Luxemburg-Casco will battle Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom. Little Chute. New London, Wrightstown, and Xavier at the WIAA Regional hosted at Hilly Haven Golf Course in De Pere beginning at 10:00 a.m.

 

Gibraltar and Sevastopol will contend with Marion, NEW Lutheran, Oconto, Oneida Nation, St. Thomas Aquinas and Shiocton when they tee off at Golden Sands Golf Course in Cecil at 9 a.m.

Four track teams in action Tuesday

Four of the area's seven track teams will be back in action to kick off the short week on Tuesday.

 

Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran High School, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay will head to Oconto to make up its track meet from May 4th. The first events are scheduled to start at 3:45 p.m.

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