Sports Archives for 2021-10

DC United heads to Shawano

The Door County United Swim Team will head out onto the road one final time this regular season on Thursday when they face Shawano.


The Door County United Girls High School swim team competed in Small School State at Shorewood High School on Saturday October 16th. This meet was limited to 10 select swimmers which included: Phoebe Bissen (SBHS), Chisty Braun (SBHS), Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV), Isabella Jimenez Seyfer (SBHS), Julia Kurek (SBHS), Julia Michalski (SBHS), Danica Neville (SDHS), Cassie Rankin (SEV), Anika Steinbach (SBHS), and Booke Strege (SDHS). The team finished 8th of 14 teams in this non-conference invitational, scoring 150 points overall. The girls swam against high schools mainly from Milwaukee and the surrounding areas. Christy Braun finished 3rd overall in the 100 Breaststroke, which scored 16 points for the team. The 200 Yard Medley Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Christy Braun, Phoebe Bissen, and Danica Neville, finished 6th overall. The 400 Yard Freestyle Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Danica Neville, Cassie Rankin, and Christy Braun also finished 6th.


The first events begin at Shawano at 5 p.m.

Volleyball preview: Luxemburg-Casco looks to begin title defense

The road to a third straight state title in volleyball begins Thursday for Luxemburg-Casco.


The Spartans open tournament play at home against Little Chute as the Mustangs beat Denmark in five sets earlier this week.


Sevastopol will also open its tournament play on Thursday with a home match against Oakfield after the Oaks snuck past Gibraltar in five sets.


After its three-set upset of Southern Door, Algoma hits the road again to face Manitowoc Lutheran. 


All matches begin at 7 p.m. You can follow the full bracket here.

Soccer preview: Clippers face Lourdes Academy on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team starts their tournament run this Thursday against Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian. The Clippers hold the number one seed in their Sectional bracket giving the Packerland champs home field advantage heading into the tournament.  Coverage of the entire Clippers’ playoff run will be heard on the NEW Radio Sports Network and will begin this Thursday on 96.7 WBDK with the first touch at 7 pm and pregame starting at 6:30 pm. 


Gibraltar/Sevastopol will kick off their WIAA tournament run at St. Lawrence Seminary. The kickoff is set for 4 p.m.


Algoma hopes to use its 5-1 win over Kewaunee on Tuesday as positive momentum when it faces Sheboygan Lutheran/Sheboygan Christian at 4 p.m. on the road.


Luxemburg-Casco will make the trip to Plymouth for a 4 p.m. as they look to extend their season by snapping its current two-game losing streak.


Follow along with the entire state playoffs for boys soccer here

Follow area fall sports teams during 2021 WIAA tournament at New Radio Sports Network

The post-season is here for area high school fall sports programs and you can keep up with the latest match-ups and scores during the run to state!  Below is a link to the brackets for volleyball, soccer, and football for all the local teams still competing for state championships on


Click here for the complete brackets for all WIAA fall sports on  




Soccer Roundup:  Algoma tops Kewaunee in regional soccer action

The Algoma Wolves defeated the Kewaunee Storm 5-1 at home on Tuesday to advance in the Division 2 Soccer Regional field.  The #15 Wolves controlled the game from the start against the #18 Storm and will now travel to play #2 Sheboygan Christian/Sheboygan Lutheran on Thursday in a regional semi-final match.  

Volleyball Roundup:  Algoma advances, Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee, and Gibraltar fall

WIAA Regional volleyball began on the courts Tuesday evening with one local team advancing in the tournament.


In Division 2, Freedom ended the Sturgeon Bay Clipper season by sweeping the match, three games to none.   The Irish dominated after a close first game with scores of 25-23- 25-11, 25-21. 


In Division 3, Algoma beat Southern Door in the first round of Regionals in Brussels.

25-23, 25-23, 25-20. 


Kewaunee lost to Sheboygan Area Lutheran 20-25, 25-20,
25-20, 25-8.


In Division 4, Oakfield edged Gibraltar in five-game 25-18, 23-25,
20-25, 25-23, 15-1.  Oakfield will now take on #1 seeded Sevastopol on Thursday in a regional semi-final. 

Bucks win opener over Nets, receive championship rings

The Milwaukee Bucks began the NBA season Tuesday night the way they ended their 2021 championship campaign in July.  The Bucks only trialed 2-0, before going on a big run in the first quarter to convincingly win over the Brooklyn Nets 127-104. 


Jumping out to a big first-quarter lead that settled with a 37-24 lead after one, the Bucks never let the Nets get closer than five points the rest of the way.  Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way for the Bucks with 32 points, 14 rebounds, and seven assists, as the Nets had no answer for the reigning MVP.  Khris Middleton chipped in 20 points and nine rebounds, while Pat Connaughton had a big game off the bench with 20 points and 4/9 shooting from the three-point arc. 


The Bucks received their championship rings prior to the game, and starter Jrue Holiday only played 17 minutes before leaving the game with an injury.  Milwaukee will now travel to play the Miami Heat on Thursday night with tip-off set for 7 pm.  

Clippers soccer to start their tournament run on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team starts their tournament run this Thursday against Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian. The Clippers hold the number one seed in their Sectional bracket giving the Packerland champs home field advantage heading into the tournament. Coach Maas said going into this game his will be looking to the seniors for leadership as they take it one game at a time. Coach also said that the first game will be a test as their opponent will have on tournament win under their belt when they arrive at Clark Field.  Coverage of the entire Clippers’ playoff run will be heard on the NEW Radio Sports Network and will begin this Thursday on 96.7 WBDK with the first touch at 7 pm and pregame starting at 6:30 pm. 

Kewaunee and Algoma meet to advance in soccer playoffs

A match between two close rivals will help fill out Thursday's WIAA Regional Semifinal slate for boys soccer on Tuesday.


The Storm is looking for its first win since its opening afternoon victory against Green Bay West on August 31st. It scored three goals that game and they have only scored six in the 13 games since. The Wolves have fared slightly better, keeping matches close despite only picking up on more victory than the Storm so far this season.

The game is scheduled for 4:00 p.m.

Volleyball preview: Road to state begins for Packerland Conference teams

Sevastopol and Luxemburg-Casco will have the night off as the area's other volleyball teams will fight for their right to continue in the WIAA Playoffs. 


Games scheduled for 7 p.m. opening serves include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Freedom, Gibraltar hosting Oakfield, Kewaunee visiting Sheboygan Lutheran, and Southern Door playing at home against Algoma.

The winners will advance to the regional semifinals to be held on Thursday. 

Bucks celebrate championship in front of the Nets Tuesday

The Milwaukee Bucks will open their season in a way they have not been able to since the 1970s. 


The Bucks will unfurl their championship banner and distribute their rings in front of an expected capacity crowd at the Fiserv Forum when they host the Brooklyn Nets. The Bucks defeated the Nets in the Eastern Conference Finals in seven games just this past season en route to their first championship in nearly five decades. A few new faces like Grayson Allen and draft pick Georgios Kalaitzakis have joined the team, but the Bucks have held onto several key parts of last year's championship team.

The opening tip is set for 6:30 p.m.

DCU swimming takes 8th in small school state meet

The Door County United Girls High School swim team competed in Small School State at Shorewood High School on Saturday, October 16th. This meet was limited to 10 select swimmers which included: Phoebe Bissen (SBHS), Chisty Braun (SBHS), Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV), Isabella Jimenez Seyfer (SBHS), Julia Kurek (SBHS), Julia Michalski (SBHS), Danica Neville (SDHS), Cassie Rankin (SEV), Anika Steinbach (SBHS), and Brooke Strege (SDHS). The team finished 8th of 14 teams in this non-conference invitational, scoring 150 points overall. The girls swam against high schools mainly from Milwaukee and the surrounding areas. Christy Braun finished 3rd overall in the 100 Breaststroke, which scored 16 points for the team. The 200 Yard Medley Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Christy Braun, Phoebe Bissen, and Danica Neville, finished 6th overall. The 400 Yard Freestyle Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Danica Neville, Cassie Rankin, and Christy Braun also finished 6th. The student-athletes will travel to Shawano High School on Thursday, October 21st for a conference invitational. On October 28th, conference championships will be held at the Door County YMCA beginning at 5:00 p.m. We hope to see you there!

Pioneers top local team in Packerland Conference Volleyball Tournament

The Oconto Blue Devils may have won the Packerland Conference Tournament on Saturday, but that does not mean there were not plenty of impressive performances by volleyball teams representing Door and Kewaunee counties.


Sevastopol was the top local team in the tournament, finishing in second place after forcing the Blue Devils to go the distance before falling 18-16 in the match's final set. The Pioneers had defeated Algoma and Peshtigo prior to that match.


Southern Door's Anna Olson reached a major milestone during the tournament as she recorded her 1000th career dig.



Several area volleyball teams will begin their route to state on Tuesday. Sturgeon Bay will travel to Freedom, Gibraltar visits Oakfield, Kewaunee drives down to Sheboygan Lutheran, and Southern Door hosts Algoma. All matches begin at 7 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco and Sevastopol have byes until later this week. 

Minor league baseball players to get housing in 2022

Members of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and other Minor League Baseball players will have their housing covered in 2022 according to its parent organization.


MLB made the announcement on Sunday as more minor league players have made their financial plight more known through social media. Players chasing their dreams in the minors are often paid well below minimum wage standards and have to spend the bulk of that on housing or find other means. ESPN's Jeff Passan says owners from all 30 Major League Baseball teams agreed unanimously to a plan to provide housing for certain minor leaguers. Exact plans to how that will be accomplished have not been announced.


Minor leaguers did see substantial raises in 2021, but that still was not enough to cover some basic necessities. The Timber Rattlers in the past have had a program to where local families could "Adopt a Rattler" for the season so players could have an affordable place to stay while in the Appleton area. Families were compensated with season tickets and other benefits. 


Picture courtesy of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

Coaches helping out on transportation

Coaches are taking it upon themselves to get their kids to games amidst a country-wide bus driver shortage.


Last month, Algoma School District highlighted the addition of Dean Blahnik to its transportation staff. Blahnik has been instrumental to the success of Algoma's field events as they have had several medalists in recent years. You can now add "bus driver" to his list of duties.


“There was a need, and I want to do what I can for our youth and our school district. I wanted to be part of the solution,” said Blahnik in the district's social media post.


Earlier this fall, several school districts in northeast Wisconsin said they needed to reschedule or outright cancel sporting events due to the lack of available drivers.



Packers top Bears late on the lakefront

The Green Bay Packers were able to escape from Soldier Field with a 24-14 victory against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.


It was the Bears that took the early lead after they thwarted the Packers' opening drive with a third-down sack by Khalil Mack. The Bears drove 80 yards before Khalil Herbert punched it in from the one-yard line. 


The Packers would get on the scoreboard in the second quarter when they capitalized on a Justin Fields interception. A short pitch to Allen Lazard from Aaron Rodgers tied the game up after driving 80 yards. The Packers would score five minutes later on a field goal from Mason Crosby.


It was 10-7 in the third quarter when the Packers would tack onto their lead, this time on a 12 yard pass from Rodgers to Aaron Jones to make it 17-7. The Bears would make it close in the fourth quarter when Darnell Mooney caught a five-yard pass from Fields to make it 17-14. The Packers would put the game away on the next drive when Rodgers took it in himself from six yards out to put a little extra ownership on the game. He finished with 195 yards passing and three total touchdowns.


The Packers return home Sunday afternoon for a noon kick against the Washington Football Team. 

Packer-Bear rivalry revisited in Chicago

The Green Bay Packers renew the oldest rivalry in the NFL against the Chicago Bears on Sunday in Chicago.  The Packers lead the all-time series 101-95-6 and have won the last games.  


The week six matchup will feature rookie first-round pick quarterback Justin Fields as the eighth starting Bear quarterback during the Aaron Rodgers era.


The Packers currently lead the NFC Central Division with a  4-1 record with the Bears in second place at 3-2.  


Packer Coach Matt LeFleur has a 12-1 record in divisional games and 4-0 against the Bears.


On the injury front, starters cornerback Kevin King is out with a shoulder injury and offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins is listed as questionable.


The kickoff is set for noon from Soldier Field.


Badgers beat Army 20-14

The Wisconsin Badgers survived a low-scoring battle against Army on Saturday night with a 20-14 victory.  The Badgers came into the game a 13-point favorite but struggled to finish off the Black Knights until late in the game.  The Badgers got on the scoreboard with Braelon Allen scoring early in the second quarter on a 33-yard run.  Allen finished with 108 yards on 16 carries.  Quarterback Graham Mertz scored from five yards out with 3:22 left in the half, but the point-after-touchdown was blocked leaving the score at 13-0.  Army made it a game with a fourth-quarter touchdown run by quarterback Tyhier Taylor with 11:22 left in the game.   With only 2:55 left to go, Army fumbled and Wisconsin recovered at the Black Knight’s one-yard line.  One play later, Mertz scored for the second time on a quarterback sneak to secure the win.  Army did score late with :38 left, but the Badgers recovered an onside kick to preserve the win.  Wisconsin (3-3) will now return to Big Ten play next Saturday when they travel to Purdue to take on the Boilermakers who upset #2 Iowa 24-7 on Saturday.  

WIAA Football Tournament Pairings: L-C gets #1 seed, Kewaunee hosts Southern Door in rematch

Three area high school football teams will be moving on to the WIAA Football Tournament next Friday.  The WIAA announced Saturday the field of teams that will participate and the seedings for the seven divisions. 


The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans (9-0) and champions of the North Eastern Conference received a number one seed in Division 3 and will host the #8 Ashwaubenon Jaguars (3-6) of the Fox River Classic Conference. 


#5 seeded Southern Door (8-1) will look to avenge Friday night’s 33-0 to #4 Kewaunee (7-2) as the Packerland Champion Storm will host the Eagles in Level 1 Division 5 playoff action. 


Both games will be broadcast on New Radio Sports Network starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm.  The Southern Door at Kewaunee game will be on 104.1 FM WRLU and the Ashwaubenon at Luxemburg-Casco game will be on 96.7 FM WBDK.  The game's audio can also be streamed on the


You can find the complete field of WIAA football tournament brackets for Division 3 and Division 5 here.  

Football Round-up: Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee win titles on NRSN

Two games featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network Friday night saw champions get crowned.


On 96.7 WBDK, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans finished the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record and claimed the North Eastern Conference Friday night with an impressive 42-21 win over the Denmark Vikings.


On 104.1 WRLU, Kewaunee shut down the Southern Door offense and scored plenty of points of their own in its 33-0 shutout victory to claim the Packerland Conference title.


Over on 105.1 The GOAT, it was "last team standing wins" Friday night as Gibraltar held on to beat Sevastopol 43-36 in Fish Creek.


Algoma trounced Gillett in its season finale 56-14.


On Thursday, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers football season ended in hard fashion, losing to Wisconsin Heights 41-6.

Clippers close the regular season with a physical battle at home on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team ended the regular season with a 1-1 tie against Division 2 opponent Pulaski High School. In tonight's match, the Red Raiders struck first when Chase Ambrosius scored in the 13th minute. Then shortly after halftime, Senior Spencer Hubbard scored off a free kick in the 44th minute bringing the game to a one-to-one tie and that's where the game would end. The Clippers now turn their focus to the tournament where they are the number one seed in their region of the Sectional. Next Thursday, they will face the winner of the Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian v. Gresham/Bowler game and you can catch that on 96.7 WBDK with the kick-off at 7:00 pm and pregame starting at 6:30pm. 

Luxemburg-Casco XC finishes in the middle of NEC

The Luxemburg-Casco cross country team will now prepare for the WIAA State Series after hosting the NEC Championships on Friday.


The Spartans boys finished in third place as a team with Gabe Havel leading the way with a time of 17:24 on the 5K course. The team scored 72 points, 40 points behind first-place Little Chute.


The Spartans girls took fourth overall with Lydia Morozov running a personal record of 21:20 in the 5K race. The girls scored 125 points, just over 100 points behind first place Freedom.



1.6.11Gabe Havel17:24.83Luxemburg-Casco

2.11.9Hudson Thiry18:08.34PRLuxemburg-Casco

3.17.10Lance Cherovsky18:19.77PRLuxemburg-Casco

4.19.12Michael Otradovec18:34.28 SRLuxemburg-Casco

5.24.9Kyan Lynts18:51.93PRLuxemburg-Casco

6.28.12Weiss Waege19:11.92PRLuxemburg-Casco

7.31.11Spencer Thiry19:18.32Luxemburg-Casco



1.22.10Lydia Morozov21:20.61PRLuxemburg-Casco

2.23.9McKenna Rank21:21.10PRLuxemburg-Casco

3.25.12Megan Vandermause21:46.60Luxemburg-Casco

4.28.12Alyssa Delebreau22:08.60 SRLuxemburg-Casco

5.32.12Micaela Boucher22:28.41PRLuxemburg-Casco

6.35.11Vicki Christoph22:44.40PRLuxemburg-Casco

7.36.10Grace Seering22:49.99Luxemburg-Casco

Gamblers fall to Dubuque on the road

The Green Bay Gamblers were the victims this time in a revenge game as they lost to the Dubuque Fighting Saints 4-2 in Iowa.


Nicholas VanTassell scored the game's first goal for the Gamblers less than three minutes into the game, only to have the Fighting Saints take the lead with a pair of goals three and eight minutes later. John Mittelstadt would even the game up 13 minutes into the second period, but the Fighting Saints would score once more in the second and another time in the third period to take the points. Rastislav Elias took the loss for the Gamblers, making 23 saves out of 27 shots.

Sturgeon Bay soccer host Pulaski for final tune-up

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team will squeeze in one last match before the start of the tournament next week with a match at home against Pulaski Friday night.


The Clippers outscored Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee by a combined 23-0 in a pair of matches last week,  snapping a three-match losing streak. The Red Raiders have won their last two matches in routs, beating Sheboygan South 7-1 and Ashwaubenon 6-1.


The opening touch is set for 7 p.m. at Clark Field.

Volleyball round up: L-C wins NEC, Gibraltar claims Packerland, Algoma falls

The area was filled with exciting volleyball action and titles were decided on Thursday night as teams prepare for WIAA tournament action next week. 


The Luxemburg-Casco girls volleyball defended its North Eastern Conference Championship Thursday evening by sweeping the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes three games to none in Appleton.  


Algoma Wolves volleyball battled but was not able to overcome the Bonduel Bears on Thursday night. 


The Gibraltar Vikings won 25-18, 25- 16 over the Kewaunee Storm Thursday to win the Packerland Conference.  The Vikings controlled the court from start to finish and took the best of three matches by sweeping the Storm. 

Cross country round-up: Kewaunee boys, Sevastopol girls win Packerland

The Kewaunee boys and Sevastopol girls cross country teams took advantage of beautiful weather to capture team titles at the Packerland Conference Championships on Thursday.


Cameron Cullen won the boys' race with a time of 17:25 on the 5K course. Ben Grota (Southern Door), Jordan Lamack (Kewaunee) and Christopher Cullen (Kewaunee) also captured All-Packerland Conference first-team honors. The Storm scored 21 points to lead the three-team field.


Led by Bea Dramm's second-place performance with a time of 20:39, the Pioneers captured the conference title with 46 points. Julia Kurek (Sturgeon Bay), Brooke Strege (Southern Door), Naomi Rikkola (Sevastopol), and Betsy Lecy (Gibraltar) join Dramm on the All-Packerland First Team.  


Full Results can be found here



Luxemburg-Casco will host the Northeastern Conference Meet at Northbrook Country Club Friday afternoon. The first race is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.


Football preview: Championship Friday on NEW Radio Sports Network

A pair of conference titles will be decided live on the NEW Radio Sports Network on Friday night.


On 96.7 WBDK, Luxemburg-Casco will host Denmark to decided the final resting place for the Northeastern Conference title.


On 104.1 WRLU, Southern Door will travel to Kewaunee with the winner being declared the Packerland Conference champion.


Bragging rights will be on the line when Sevastopol hosts Gibraltar in Fish Creek on 105.1 The GOAT.


All radio games begin at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.


Other local games of note on Friday include Algoma hosting Gillett at 7 p.m. Sturgeon Bay was scheduled to travel to Wisconsin Heights for a game Thursday night.

Soccer preview: Gibraltar/Sevastopol plays tune-up match

With the tournament starting next week, Gibraltar/Sevastopol has one more match to check off its schedule. 


The Vikineers will travel to New Holstein to take on New Holstein/Elkhart Lake at 7 p.m.


Washington Island will finish its home-and-home with Sturgeon Bay JV at 1:30 p.m. at Clark Field. 

Volleyball preview: Packerland opens tournament play; L-C goes for title

The Packerland Conference will get an early start on its volleyball tournament on Thursday and Luxemburg-Casco looks for a conference title of its own.


Luxemburg-Casco and Fox Valley Lutheran enter Thursday's match undefeated with the Northeastern Conference on the line. The Spartans have already secured a #1 seed in their sectional. The match is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Fox Valley Lutheran.


Gibraltar and Kewaunee will kick off the conference tournament a couple of days early with a 7 p.m. opening service. The bulk of the Packerland Conference tournament will take place Saturday at Kewaunee. Other volleyball matches include Sturgeon Bay hosting Brillion and Algoma playing at home against Bonduel.

Gibraltar prepared to host Packerland Cross Country Championships

The Packerland Conference will host its first cross country championship meet in almost two years on Thursday when Gibraltar welcomes its rivals to Fish Creek.


Peshtigo and Kewaunee tied for the top spot in the boys' race despite the Bulldogs taking three of the top four spots. Peshtigo's Andrew Nelson and Logan Smith, Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen, and Gibraltar's Nico Salm are the top returner runners from that race.


Kewaunee won the girls' race outright in 2019 with 67 points. Peshtigo's Sydney Lund and Gibraltar's Betsy Lecy are top returning runners from that race. 


First race is set for 3:30 p.m.

Brewers eliminated by Braves with 5-4 loss

A Freddy Freeman eighth-inning solo home run off closer Josh Hader gave the Atlanta Braves a 5-4 lead to finish off the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Division Series.  The Braves won the series 3-1 and overcame two, two-run deficits in game four to move on to the championship series.  


The Brewers broke a 23-inning scoreless streak in the top of the fourth scoring two runs on RBI singles by Omar Narvaez and Lorenzo Cain.  Atlanta then came right back to tie the game in the bottom of the fourth inning.


Rowdy Tellez hit a two-run homer in the top of the fifth to give the Brewers a 4-2 lead, only to see the Braves come back again to tie up the game off lefty reliever Aaron Ashby.


Both bullpen then held the offenses in check until Freeman's decisive blast in the eighth inning. 


Eric Lauer started for the Brewers giving up two runs and four hits over 3-2/3 innings.  Hader (0-1) took the loss while Braves' closer Will Smith picked up his third save of the series to seal the victory for the Braves,  striking out Christian Yelich to end the game.  




Volleyball preview: Teams play for Packerland pride as WIAA tournament field announced

There are plenty of volleyball matches to be played in the Packerland Conference even as the WIAA announced a portion of their tournament field on Monday.


Tuesday's slate of matches includes Sevastopol visiting Algoma, Gibraltar hosting Peshtigo, Kewaunee playing at home against Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay battling Southern Door at home. 


Below is the first matchup for Luxemburg-Casco's search for a three-peat of its D2 State title. The Division 3 and Division 4 brackets are incomplete as of 6 a.m. October 12th.


Luxemburg-Casco vs. the winner of Little Chute/Denmark 10/21 7 p.m.



Soccer round-up: Brackets announced for playoffs

No scores were reported from Monday's slate of the games, but the area's soccer teams know who they will play beginning next week.


Algoma was scheduled to play Kewaunee and Gibraltar/Sevastopol was supposed to play Appleton West. On Tuesday, Luxemburg-Casco is scheduled to play at home against Fox Valley Lutheran. 


Over the weekend, the WIAA seeded their state tournament brackets. Below are the first matchups for each of the area's teams.



Luxemburg-Casco at Plymouth 10/21 4 p.m.



Sturgeon Bay vs. the winner of Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian and Bowler/Gresham 10/21 7 p.m.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol at St. Lawrence Seminary 10/21 4 p.m.

Kewaunee at Algoma 10/19 TBD

Brewers shutout by Braves, down 2-1 in series

The Milwaukee Brewers were shut out for the second consecutive game, falling to the Atlanta Braves 3-0 in the National League Division Series at Truist Park on Monday.   The scoreless stretch now covers 20 innings, and the Brewers face a must-win game on Tuesday in order to stay alive in the playoffs. 


On Monday, Braves pitcher Ian Anderson shut down the Brewers over 5 innings, allowing only three hits while striking out six.  Atlanta then used four relievers, including closer Will Smith, to preserve the shutout. 


Milwaukee’s starter Freddy Peralta went only four innings, despite giving up only three hits and no runs.  Adrian Houser came on in the fifth inning and gave up the only runs of the game on a three-run home run by Joc Peterson.


Game four Tuesday is set to start at 4:07 pm from Truist Park.  If the Brewers can manage to win Tuesday, the deciding game five will be on Thursday in Milwaukee at American Family Field.    

Algoma, Kewaunee play make-up soccer match

The War on the Shore heads to the soccer pitch Monday as Algoma travels to Kewaunee.


The Storm are looking for the first conference win of the season still after beating Green Bay West in their season opener. The Wolves have lost three of their last four including last Thursday's 3-0 loss to Peshtigo. The game is set to begin at 4:30 p.m.


Gibraltar will travel to Appleton West for a match at 6 p.m. The Vikineers went 1-1 on Saturday, beating Bowler/Gresham 6-1 while losing to Central Wisconsin Christian 3-1.

Brewers search for offense in Atlanta

The Milwaukee Brewers hope to find their bats in Atlanta Monday as they face the Braves just after the noon hour on Monday.


A Rowdy Tellez homer in the seventh inning represents the only runs the Brewers scored during the series' first two games. The Brewers have mustered 11 hits so far this series, the same number of the Braves who have not fared much better offensively.


Freddy Peralta and Ian Anderson will face each other at 12:07 p.m. with the loser being put on the brink when the two teams meet each other Tuesday in Atlanta at 4:07 p.m. 

Fourth's time the charm in Packers win

Mason Crosby's streak is no more, but he finally hit the game-winning field goal in the Green Bay Packers' 25-22 victory Sunday afternoon against the Cincinnati Bengals.


The Bengals got on the board first during their final possession of the first quarter on a four-yard run by Samaje Perine. The Packers would answer on consecutive drives in the second quarter on an Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass, a Crosby field goal, and a touchdown pass to Davante Adams. Down 16-7, the Bengals' Joe Burrow found Ja'Marr Chase for a 70-yard strike to narrow the lead to 16-14 at the break.


The Packers would only be able to muster a pair of field goals the rest of the way while Joe Mixon tied the game on a rushing score to help the Bengals tie the game with just under 3:30 remaining.


Crosby and Evan McPherson would take turns missing field goals the rest of the way until the Packers veteran knocked in his final attempt from 49 yards out to win the game. The game-winning field goal was set up on a pair of completions to Marcedes Lewis and Randall Cobb.


The Packers' road trip continues next Sunday when they play at Soldier Field to play the Chicago Bears.



Packers battle Bengals in Cincinnati

The Green Bay Packers look to make it four wins-in-a-row against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday afternoon as two 3 -1 teams square off at Paul Brown Stadium. 


The Bengals are tied for the top spot with the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns in the American Conference North.  Looking to keep the momentum going after a thrilling 24-21 win over Jacksonville, the Bengals will depend on second-year quarterback Joe Burrow to have a big game. 


The Packers are coming off a hard-fought 27-17 win over the Pittsburg Steelers last Sunday, but a came with a price.  Quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have to win a shootout against Burrow, as Green Bay's sixth-ranked defense will be without all-pro cornerback Jaire Alexander from a shoulder injury and linebacker Za'Darius Smith who has been on the injured reserve list after back surgery. 


Free Agent Linebackers Jaylon Smith was signed by the Packers this week, but it is unlikely that he will suit up and help the defense this Sunday. 


The kickoff of the Packer-Bengal game is set for noon from Paul Brown Stadium in Cinncinati. 


Brewers get shutout in game two

The Milwaukee Brewers could not muster any key hits Saturday afternoon and fell to the Atlanta Braves in game two 3-0 at American Family Field.


Braves starter Max Fried shut down the Brewers for six innings allowing only three hits and striking out nine to pick up the win.


The Brewers did manage to get two men on base the last three innings, but the Braves bullpen was able to get out of the jams without giving up any runs.  Former Brewer Lee Smith got the final three outs, including a game-ending ground ball double play by Luke Maile, to pick up the save. 


Brewer Brandon Woodruff again got no offensive support going six innings.  He gave up three runs, including a home run to Austin Riley, to take the hard-luck loss.


The best-of-five series is now tied 1-1 with games three and four to be played in Atlanta.  Monday's game is set for a 12:07 pm first pitch.  






Wisconsin blanks Illinois 24-0

The Wisconsin Badgers got back on the winning track on Saturday with a 24-0 shutout of the Illinois Illini in Champaign.  Playing against former Coach Bret Bielema, the Badgers rolled over the Illini with a dominant running game. 


Leading 10-0 at halftime, the Badgers put two more scores on the board in the third quarter to put the game away. 


Rushing for 391 yards, the Badgers reestablished the running attack they have struggled with most of this year.


Running Back Chez Melusi led the way with 146 yards on 21 carries and one touchdown.  Braelon Allen added 131 yards on 18 carries and one score as well. 


Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz completed 10 of 19 passes for 100 yards.


The Badger defense contained the Illini offense all day, limiting the Illinois offense to just 93 yards.

Wisconsin (1-2, 2-3 overall) will now return home to play next Saturday night against Army with kickoff set for 7pm.   

Kewaunee's Cullen, Sevastopol's Dramm leads local finishers at Fameree Invite

The area's cross country teams fared well at Friday's Russ Fameree Invitational hosted by Luxemburg-Casco at Northbrook Country Club.


In the boys' race, Kewaunee' Cameron Cullen ran a 17:23 5K to finish in third place overall with Luxemburg-Casco's Gabe Havel close behind in 17:35. Kewaunee took second as a team while Luxemburg-Casco took fourth.


In the girls race, Sevastopol's Bea Dramm ran a time of 21:05 to pace all local girls. Luxemburg-Casco took third overall while Sevastopol took second among all small schools.


Below are the results of the local runners. They will be featured on by team on Monday.



1.3.12Cameron Cullen17:23.59Kewaunee

2.4.11Gabe Havel17:35.38Luxemburg-Casco

3.10.11Jordan Lamack18:09.91 SRKewaunee

4.16.9Ben Grota18:28.05Southern Door

5.22.10Christopher Cullen18:49.57Kewaunee

6.24.12Jacob Schleis18:55.90Kewaunee

7.29.10Lance Cherovsky19:08.52Luxemburg-Casco

8.31.9Hudson Thiry19:10.16Luxemburg-Casco

9.33.12Jace Johnson19:15.26Sturgeon Bay

10.34.12Michael Otradovec19:16.90Luxemburg-Casco

11.38.10Jordan Brann19:39.08Kewaunee

12.39.10James Joski19:43.16Kewaunee

13.44.12Weiss Waege19:57.04Luxemburg-Casco

14.48.11Spencer Thiry20:02.59Luxemburg-Casco

15.52.10Eric Van Ess20:17.74Luxemburg-Casco

16.54.9Reagan Doell20:20.37Luxemburg-Casco

17.59.9Lucas Conard20:43.63Southern Door

18.63.10Tristen Brilla21:04.76Sturgeon Bay

19.70.12Cole Pawlitzky21:23.90Kewaunee

20.71.9Tre Wienke21:25.70Sturgeon Bay

21.73.9Bryce Hansen21:35.44Sturgeon Bay

22.79.12Bennet Johnson22:14.45Sturgeon Bay

23.85.9Brayden Vogel22:52.78Southern Door

24.90.10Glenn Faller23:56.47PRSturgeon Bay

25.92.12Andrew Konop24:31.62Sturgeon Bay

26.94.10Cody Penovich25:42.76Southern Door

27.95.11Elijah Pinkert25:59.33Sturgeon Bay



1.12.10Julia Kurek21:39.98Sturgeon Bay

2.13.11Brooke Strege21:44.54PRSouthern Door

3.17.10Lydia Morozov22:10.70PRLuxemburg-Casco

4.19.12Megan Vandermause22:14.01Luxemburg-Casco

5.21.9McKenna Rank22:16.34PRLuxemburg-Casco

6.22.12Natalie Pansier22:16.38Kewaunee

7.24.12Alyssa Delebreau22:25.00 SRLuxemburg-Casco

8.28.10Hannah Morton22:44.50Kewaunee

9.29.12Micaela Boucher22:44.63Luxemburg-Casco

10.32.10Grace Seering22:55.03Luxemburg-Casco

11.41.11Ella Wessel23:29.10Luxemburg-Casco

12.45.11Madilyn Bevins23:48.10Luxemburg-Casco

13.51.10Alexis Olson24:10.16PRSturgeon Bay

14.53.10Mikayla LaLuzerne24:16.46Sturgeon Bay

15.56.11Sanya Wienke24:31.60Sturgeon Bay

16.58.9Maddie Finger24:42.49Southern Door

17.69.10Tori Alger25:21.81PRSturgeon Bay

18.71.12Maggie Stephens25:32.89Sturgeon Bay

19.75.9Kelsey Johnson25:54.92Southern Door

20.83.9Marissa Shefchik27:40.67Southern Door

21.85.12Mathison Emma27:48.75Sturgeon Bay

22.91.10Sofia Garcia Moraleda28:35.23Kewaunee

23.92.9Abby Petrina28:41.70Southern Door

24.100.12Grace Wisnicky30:08.71 SRKewaunee

25.101.10Nele Triers30:12.09Southern Door

26.102.10Alexis Massart30:24.83 SRSouthern Door

27.104.9Lauren Dorner31:42.53PRKewaunee

28.105.9Wren Kunesh31:48.74PRKewaunee


?Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Cross Country

Sturgeon Bay's scoring streak continues, beats Luxemburg-Casco

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team continued to burn soccer nets in Kewaunee County on Saturday, shutting out Luxemburg-Casco 9-0 Friday night.


The Clippers were led by Jules Reynolds who scored four goals in the contest.


The team ended their two-day Kewaunee County swing outscoring their opponents 23-0.

Gamblers Bounce Back With a 6-3 Victory on 103.3 The Clipper

The Green Bay Gamblers (2-2) bounced back against the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (1-3) 6-3 Friday night at the Resch Center. The Gamblers were white-hot to start the game, scoring 5 goals in the opening period, including a hat trick from Jackson Hallum (5) to set the tone early. Cedar Rapids would try to make a comeback, scoring once in the second period and then twice in the third. However, Hallum would seal the game for the Gamblers on an empty-net goal with just under 30 seconds left in the contest.


Hallum was the star of the show, scoring 4 goals total including his first-period hat trick. Other goal scorers include Owen Murray (1) and John Mittelstadt (2). The Gamblers distributed the puck well, with Tim Delay (1) and Murray (2) contributing 1 assist each while Jared Crespo (3) registered 2 assists of his own. In net, Aaron Randazzo went all 60 minutes, saving 26 of 29 shots in the win.


Green Bay will play the Dubuque Fighting Saints (2-0) in Dubuque Saturday, October 8, at the Mystique Ice Center.


The Gamblers return to the Resch Center on Friday, October 22nd.  



Football recap: Southern Door, Luxemburg-Casco get victories on NEW Radio Sports Network

Luxemburg-Casco remains perfect on the football season while Southern Door also cruised to victory in games featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network.


On 96.7 WBDK, the undefeated Luxemburg-Casco Spartans claimed at least a share of the North Eastern Conference title on Friday night with a 28-10 win over the Freedom Irish.


Over on 104.1 WRLU, Southern Door was able to edge out Oconto 18-12 to set up a de facto championship game against Kewaunee next week, who beat Escanaba (MI) in exhibition action 39-21.


On 105.1 The GOAT, Gibraltar's special teams struggled as the Vikings lost their homecoming game to Lena/STAA 58-34.


Algoma was on the flip side of their homecoming game, beating Sevastopol 40-14.


Sturgeon Bay was no match for Belmont, falling in that game 68-20. 

DC United swim team stays undefeated

The Door County United Girls High School swim team remains undefeated, beating Pulaski 108 to 74 in conference swimming Thursday evening. The meet was held at the Door County YMCA with Parent’s Night being celebrated.


The varsity team took first place in every event. with the trio of Christy Braun (SBHS), Cassie Rankin (Sev), and Julia Michalski (SBHS) leading the way with individual points, and Danica Neville (SDHS), and Sanya Wienke (SBHS) helping the team to victory. The DCU swim team will now travel to Marinette on Tuesday to compete in one of two remaining conference duo meets for the season. 

Soccer round-up: Sturgeon Bay trounces Kewaunee, takes on L-C Friday

Sturgeon Bay will have a high number to hit if it wants to match its Thursday output Friday night against Luxemburg-Casco.


The Clippers saw Aldo Rangel get his first goal and Ben Stephens score a pair as they beat Kewaunee 14-0. They play Luxemburg-Casco on 103.3 The Clipper Friday night beginning at 6 p.m. with the pregame show.


Algoma was shut out by Peshtigo 3-0 and no score was reported for Gibraltar/Sevastopol's match at Denmark.

Volleyball round-up: Sevastopol, L-C sweeps

Some area volleyball teams made quick work out of their opponents Thursday night as they look ahead to the final weeks of the regular season on the horizon.


Sevastopol swept Gibraltar after honoring its 1991 state championship team while Luxemburg-Casco celebrated senior night with a 3-0 win over Marinette. 


Southern Door toppled Algoma 3-1 and Kewaunee could not spoil Peshtigo's senior night as they fell in straight sets. 

Football preview: Southern Door, L-C, and Gibraltar featured on NEW Radio Sports Network

Three games will be featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network Friday night as local teams jockey for playoff positioning.


On 105.1 The GOAT, Gibraltar is trying to keep its playoff hopes alive during its homecoming celebrations against Lena/STAA.


On 96.7 WBDK, the undefeated Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Freedom to play the Irish in a North Eastern Conference game.


Southern Door look to get back into the win column on Senior Night when they host the Oconto Blue Devils.


All broadcasts are also available at beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.


Other games scheduled for Friday night include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Belmont, Algoma hosting Sevastopol for homecoming, and Kewaunee traveling out of state to face Escanaba.

Luxemburg-Casco Cross Country hosts Russ Fameree Invitational

It is the return to Northbrook Golf Course after a few years away for the cross country team and its signature invitational.


COVID called off last year's Russ Fameree Invitational and course conditions moved the race to the athletic complex where runners had to start on the blacktop of the parking lot before running around the football, softball, and baseball field and finally finishing in an adjacent field. Head coach Katie Waege reflected on what makes the course special last month. 

Algoma, Chilton, Coleman, N.E.W. Lutheran, Howards Grove, Kewaunee, Kiel, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, New Christian Home, Oconto, Oconto Falls, Providence Academy, Reedsville, Roncalli, Sevastopol, Sheboygan Lutheran, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Suring, Two Rivers, and Valley Christian are also racing in Friday's invite beginning at 3:45 p.m. 

Gibraltar cross country runs at Brillion

The Gibraltar cross country team will head to Brillion for one of its final invites before the conference and state series races begin.


Kaukauna, Kimberly, Valders, Hilbert, Hortonville, Mishicot, Oostburg, Roncalli, St. Mary Catholic, Manitowoc Lincoln, and Wrightstown will also be competing when the first gun fires at 4 p.m. at Deer Run Golf Course.


Logan Mittermann, Nico Salm, Betsy Lecy and Emiliano Marvin all had at least a season record two weeks ago when it ran at Mishicot. 

Volleyball preview: Sevastopol honors 1991 team before Gibraltar match

The Sevastopol volleyball team will honor one its program's best squads ahead of its match against Gibraltar Thursday.


It was 30 years ago when the Pioneers brought home the gold ball in the sport, beating Cuba City to take the title. The Pioneers could be on their way towards something similar as they boast a 23-5 mark on the season and 8-2 record over their last 10 matches. The Vikings have lost their last four matches including Tuesday's 3-0 loss to Southern Door.


The 1991 team will be honored after the JV game at around 6:15-6:30 p.m. The varsity game will start at 7 p.m.


Other volleyball matches scheduled for Thursday include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Marinette, Southern Door holding Senior Night festivities against Algoma, and Kewaunee visiting Peshtigo. Those matches also begin at 7 p.m.

Soccer Preview: Sturgeon Bay meets Kewaunee on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team hopes to bust out of their slump when they travel to Kewaunee on Thursday.


The Clippers are mired in a three-game losing streak where they have been outscored 9-2. That includes a game earlier this week where they lost to Green Bay Preble 5-1 at home. The Storm has scored less than 10 goals all season and have not won since a game at Green Bay West in August. They lost their last game 5-1 to Luxemburg-Casco.


NEW Radio Sports Network will carry the game live on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 3:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening kick at 4 p.m.


Other games slated for Thursday include Gibraltar/Sevastopol playing at Denmark and Algoma visiting Peshtigo. Those games are also scheduled for 4 p.m. 

Packers in the thick of adding defensive starters

The Green Bay Packers were connected to plenty of stories on Wednesday involving defensive stars in the league.


Internally, there is still no news on the severity of Jaire Alexander's injured shoulder. He had to leave Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after using his shoulder primarily to make a tackle. Head coach Matt LaFleur said they are still getting opinions on the injury, going as far as saying Alexander could miss the entire season if surgery is required.


The Packers did sign cornerback Rasul Douglas off the Arizona Cardinals' practice squad. A third-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017, Douglas has recorded 178 tackles, 34 passes defended and five interceptions in 60 regular-season games with 29 starts. He is a consolation prize for what many Packers fans were hoping for when Stephon Gilmore was going to be reportedly released by the New England Patriots. Davante Adams was openly trying to recruit Gilmore after he reportedly told people he was interested in playing with the Packers. The Patriots opted to not release Gilmore, instead trading him to the Carolina Panthers for a sixth-round draft pick.


The NFL Network is reporting the Packers are close to signing linebacker Jaylon Smith from the Dallas Cowboys. He has 19 tackles in four games so far this year two years after signing a big extension with the Cowboys. The acquisition could become official as soon as today.

Volleyball recap: Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door and L-C victorious

The area volleyball courts were busy with action and saw four sweeps on Tuesday night.  In the Packerland Conference, the Sevastopol Pioneers swept the Kewaunee Storm in three games, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers beat the Algoma Wolves 3-0, and the Southern Door Eagles took care of Gibraltar Vikings in three games as well. 


In North Eastern Conference volleyball, Luxemburg-Casco remained undefeated in the North Eastern Conference by sweeping the Freedom Irish on the road 3-0. 

Soccer recap: Gibraltar/Sevastopol falls to Peshtigo

Gibraltar/ Sevastopol lost to the Peshtigo 4-1 Tuesday night in EWC/Packerland Boys Soccer.  The Vikoneers are now 2-4-2 in the conference and 4-6-2 overall.  Peshtigo improves to 4-3 in the EWC/Packerland and 8-4-1 overall.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol will now play in a tournament on Saturday in Gresham with an opponent to be determined. 


Packers dealing with mounting injuries, Alexander's status update coming

The three-game winning streak for the Green Bay Packers is being tempered by a rash of injuries to key players.  Namely, Jaire Alexander, the Packers’ all-pro cornerback, is the latest starter to get injured.  Alexander left Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury that Coach Matt LaFleur says the team will have more information on Wednesday.  Injured late in the third quarter attempting to tackle Pittsburg Steeler running back Najee Harris, Alexander took a blow to his right shoulder went to the locker room, and never returned.  The Packers are already missing linebacker Za’Darius Smith who had back surgery last week and cornerback Kevin King who is in concussion protocol from the starting defensive lineup.  The official NFL injury report from the Packers for Sunday’s game with the Cincinnati Bengals will come out later Wednesday.   

Volleyball preview: Teams prepare for homestretch

 The area's volleyball teams are trying anything they can to pad their resumes ahead of next week's seeding meetings.


In Northeastern Conference play, Luxemburg-Casco hopes to keep their perfect conference season alive when they travel to face Freedom at 7 p.m.


In the Packerland Conference, Sevastopol travels to Kewaunee, Gibraltar hosts Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay visits Algoma. The first serve is scheduled for 7 p.m. 

Soccer round-up: Luxemburg-Casco wins, pair of games set for Tuesday

The Algoma Wolves and Gibraltar/Sevastopol will squeeze their matches in Tuesday after Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay were all in action Monday.


The Spartans' Rigoberto Caseres registered a hat trick and Zak Patek had a pair of goals as Luxemburg-Casco captured the 5-1 win over the Kewaunee Storm.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team saw their offense struggle Monday night in its 5-1 loss to Green Bay Preble.


Algoma will play Tuesday at home against New Holstein/Elkhart Lake at 4:30 p.m. Gibraltar/Sevastopol will battle Peshtigo at home beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

Season ends for Storm tennis players

The Kewaunee Storm tennis team ended on Monday as no players advanced out of their initial subsectional round at St. Mary Catholic.


Lauren Baumann lost 6-0, 6-0 to Maggie McGinnis of Xavier High School. Kira Doperalski won a pair of games but still fell to Nana Berko 6-0, 6-2.  Grace Kelly fell to St. Mary Catholic's Audrey Wanless 6-0, 6-0. Zoe Sisel put up the biggest fight before eventually falling to St. Mary Catholic's Vanessa Thiede 6-4, 6-2.


The doubles pairing of  Morgan Denil and Bella Kentgen fell in their first-round match up to Carly Bomier Mary Van Stratten of Xavier High School 6-0, 6-0.

Soccer preview: Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay all play locally

Three of the area's soccer teams will not have to travel far for matches on Monday.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will cross the street to play Green Bay Preble at Clark Field after a 2-1 loss to Cedarburg on Friday. The first touch is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will travel cross-county to play at Kewaunee for a 4:30 p.m. kick. Both teams are looking to rebound from tough losses their last time out on the pitch. 

Kewaunee tennis looks to extend the season

The Kewaunee tennis team hopes there are more opportunities to get back out onto the court with its subsectional competition beginning today (Monday) at St. Mary Catholic.


Clintonville, Fox Valley Lutheran, Lourdes Academy, Marinette, New London, and Xavier are some of the other schools competing in the meet. 



Maggie McGinnis (Xavier) vs Lauren Baumann (Kewaunee)

Nana Berko (Xavier) vs. 

Kira Doperalski (Kewaunee)

Audrey Wanless (St. Mary Catholic) vs. Grace Kelly (Kewaunee) 

Vanessa Thiede (St. Mary Catholic) vs. Zoe Sisel (Kewaunee) 


Morgan Denil/Bella Kentgen (Kewaunee) vs. Alyssa Greenwood/Violet John (Marinette)

Olivia Bergstrom/Rebecca Schultz (St. Mary Catholic vs. Olivia Brown/Chloe Hallet (Kewaunee) 





Packers defeat Steelers for third consecutive win

The Green Bay Packers scored 17 points in the second quarter to take control of the game Sunday, as they prevailed over the Pittsburg Steelers at Lambeau Field 27-17.


The Steelers opened the scoring on a 45-yard touchdown strike from Ben Roethlisberger to Diontae Johnson with 10:04 left in the first quarter.  A four-yard run by Aaron Rodgers early in the second quarter and a 23-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb with 10:55 left in the half gave the Packers the lead for good.


Chris Boswell and Mason Crosby hit field goals to close out the first-half scoring, as the Packers took a 17-10 lead into halftime.  The Packers benefited from a huge offside penalty that negated a blocked field goal by Pittsburg that was returned for a touchdown right before intermission.


The second half saw the Packers extend the lead to 27-10 on another Crosby field goal and Cobb’s second TD reception from one yard out.  Pittsburg would score once more, but it was not enough as the Packers improved to 3-1. 

Rodgers was 20/36 for 248 yards and two touchdowns with one rushing touchdown.  A. J. Dillon led the rushing attack with 15 carries for 81 yards and Randall Cobb had his biggest game since returning to the Packers with five receptions for 69 yards and two scores. 


The Packers will now look to get healthy, as starting defensive backs Jaire Alexander and Darnell Savage were forced to leave the game with injuries and did not return to play.  Green Bay will travel next Sunday to Cincinnati to take on the 3-1 Bengals who defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-21. 

Badgers blasted by Michigan

The Wisconsin Badger.s suffered another fourth-quarter collapse for the second week in a row with a 38-17 loss to the Michigan Wolverines.  A more physical and aggressive Michigan defense dominated Wisconsin's offensive line all game long.  


Playing before a huge crowd of Badger faithful at Camp Randall, Wisconsin fell behind 10-0 early in the second quarter as Michigan took advantage of Badger turnovers.  Trailing 13-3, the Badgers pulled close at halftime by scoring on an 18-yard pass from Graham Mertz to Chimere Dike in the final seconds. 


Mertz was forced to leave the game with a chest injury after a big hit early in the third quarter and did not return to the game. 


Michigan extended their lead with a J.J. McCarthy one-yard run with 8:26 left in the third quarter and never looked back.

Packers return home to face Steelers

The Green Bay Packers look to make it three wins in a row when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers at Lambeau Field Sunday afternoon.


The Packers are fresh off a thrilling victory in the Bay Area when they knocked off the San Francisco 49ers on a walk-off field goal by Mason Crosby. The Steelers struggled against the Cincinnati Bengals in a 24-10 loss. 

Sunday's game marks the first time since Super Bowl XLV that Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers have faced off in a game. Rodgers was nursing injuries in the teams' previous two meetings. 


Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m.

Volleyball preview: Sevastopol hosts homecoming quad

Members of the Sevastopol volleyball hope the good vibes start well before the homecoming dance when they host a Saturday quad.


The Pioneers will host Southern Door, Iowa-Grant, and Two Rivers when the action begins at 9 a.m. Two Rivers is one of two teams to have beaten the Pioneers in the month of September. The Pioneers otherwise won 12 matches without dropping a set in the process. The Eagles are still flying high after Thursday's win over Kewaunee after being down 2-0.


Sturgeon Bay will make its way to Wrightstown for a tournament beginning at 9 a.m.  Freedom, Hilbert, Houghton, Manitowoc Lutheran, Omro, Plymouth, Seymour, St. Mary Catholic, Wausaukee, and Winneconne will also be competing. The Clippers won their last match 3-1 over Gibraltar. 

Soccer round-up: Luxemburg-Casco lose at home

Luxemburg-Casco's struggles on the pitch continued on Friday night in front of its home crowd.


Sheboygan Christian put up four goals each half to beat the Spartans 8-0.


Sturgeon Bay continues its weekend quad in Cedarburg on Saturday. Gibraltar/Sevastopol is scheduled to visit Algoma for a 2 p.m.Saturday matinee. 

Football round-up: L-C, Gibraltar score victories on NEW Radio Sports Network

Luxemburg-Casco and Gibraltar picked up big victories Friday night in games heard on the NEW Radio Sports Network.


On 105.1 The GOAT, Sam Lindenberg played a role in all seven of Gibraltar's touchdowns as they rolled to a 51-12 victory over Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran.


Over on 96.7 WBDK, Luxemburg-Casco took advantage of several Kingsford turnovers to keep their perfect season intact with an impressive 35-6 win.


Featured on 104.1 WRLU, Southern Door could not muster the offense in its 27-0 loss to Marshall.


Positive offensive momentum was elusive for Sturgeon Bay as they were shut out by Athens 68-0. 


Kewaunee rolled to a 35-12 win over visiting Oconto Falls after having to reschedule its  contest against Mishicot. 

Soccer round-up: Sturgeon Bay shuts out Sheboygan Falls

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers could finally breathe easy after some intense matchups in recent weeks.


The Clippers registered the 3-0 shutout over Sheboygan Falls.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol and Roncalli played to a 0-0 tie.


No scores were reported for Algoma/Denmark and Kewaunee/Kiel.


On tap for Friday, Luxemburg-Casco will host Sheboygan Christian at 7:30 p.m. Sturgeon Bay travels to Cedarburg to participate in a quad against Neenah, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, and the host school. 

Volleyball round-up: Southern Door outlasts Kewaunee, L-C keeps perfect conference mark

There was plenty of exciting volleyball Thursday night, but maybe not more exciting than what occurred between Southern Door and Kewaunee. 


The Southern Door volleyball team was on the brink of losing its match against Kewaunee before picking up the W after three straight set wins.


After falling to state-ranked Oconto earlier this week, the Sevastopol Pioneers volleyball team took its frustrations out on NEW Lutheran with a 3-0 set sweep.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers volleyball team rebounded from an opening set loss to beat Gibraltar 3-1 Thursday night.


The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team continues to be undefeated in the NEC after sweeping past Denmark.

Football round-up: Algoma loses, three games featured on NEW Radio Sports Network

Local high school football got off to an early start this week before the NEW Radio Sports Network broadcasts games on 96.7 WBDK, 104.1 WRLU, and 105.1 The GOAT.


On Thursday, Algoma lost the first round of its conference title fight with Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas, falling 36-14 on the road.


On Friday, Luxemburg-Casco will head to Upper Michigan for a non-conference matchup against Kingsford to be featured on 96.7 WBDK. The game time is 7 p.m. with pregame beginning at 6:30 p.m.


After losing its head coach and its game against Peshtigo this week, new interim head coach Ben Kline will lead Southern Door to the Madison area to take on Marshall for a game to be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU. The game time is 7 p.m. with pregame beginning at 6:30 p.m.


Gibraltar will look to snap a two-game losing streak against Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran when they travel to the Green Bay area for an early 5:30 p.m. kickoff. 105.1 The GOAT will carry the game beginning at 5 p.m.


Kewaunee will return home to face Oconto Falls for a 7 p.m. kickoff.


Sevastopol looks to get above .500 in MONLPC-8 East play when they host Gillett at Gibraltar at 7 p.m.


Sturgeon Bay looks to bounce back from their homecoming loss when they play Athens at home at 7 p.m.

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