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Badgers win Las Vegas Bowl despite not scoring in second half

The Wisconsin Badgers football team beat the Arizona State Sun Devils to win the 2021 Las Vegas Bowl from Allegiant Stadium. 


The Wisconsin Badgers came out of the gate hot but slowed down as the game progressed. Braelon Allen was once again a bright spot for the offense, rushing for 159 yards on 29 carries which helped him take home the game's MVP award and secure a 20-13 win. 


The Sun Devils were held to 219 total yards including 102 yards in the first half. The Badgers defense was able to sack QB Jayden Daniels a season high 4 times for the Sun Devils offense. 


Looking ahead the Badgers will open the 2022 season at home against Illinois on September 3rd, 2022.

Phoenix men fall to Northern Kentucky

The UW-Green Bay Men’s basketball team traveled to Northern Kentucky on Thursday December 30th. 


The Phoenix fell in a close game by a final score of 79-74. The Phoenix had four players in double figures, Kamari McGee led the team with 15 points, Emmanuel Ansong had 14, Japannah Kellogg III had 13, and Southern Door High School alumni Ryan Claflin added 10. 


The Phoenix will next be in action on New Year’s Day as they travel to take on Wright State in Horizon League play. 


Tip is set for 1:00 PM. 

Gamblers return home for New Year's double on 104.1 WRLU

You can celebrate the New Year between a pair of Green Bay Gamblers games at the Resch Center this weekend.


The Gamblers are responding from a rough November with an impressive December that has seen them win five of their seven games. That includes going 2-1 against the Madison Capitols, who they will face in the traditional New Year's Eve matchup with the puck drop at 6:05 p.m.  Jackson Hallum scored four points in their last game against the Capitols which ended with the Gamblers winning 6-4. Saturday's matchup will be a 7:05 p.m. puck drop against the Cedar Rapids Roughriders. The Gamblers dropped a pair of games to the Roughriders during their rough stretch in  November, getting outscored 7-3 in the process.


Both games will air on 104.1 WRLU and with Tobin Meyer on the call. 



Wrestling round-up: L-C wins Bi-State

The area's four wrestling teams finished their biggest tournaments of the season with Luxemburg-Casco taking home the top prize.


Luxemburg-Casco wrestlers are coming back with plenty of hardware after winning the Bi-State Classic in LaCrosse. The Spartans scored 227 points, passing Zumbrota-Mazeppa on day two and finishing ahead of second-place Lodi. Max Ronsman and Easton Worachek led the way with 3rd place finishes.


Kewaunee was the top-performing local team at the Lourdes Academy On the Water Classic hosted at UW-Oshkosh. The Storm scored 117 points over the two days while Southern Door scored 62 points and Sturgeon Bay kept steady from day one with 12. Kewaunee's Mitchell Thompson took second place, Max Severin finished in ninth, and Logan Steinhorst came in 10th to highlight the local wrestling teams.



Green Bay men set to take on Northern Kentucky in Horizon League play; Women cancelled

The UW-Green Bay Phoenix men’s basketball team will be traveling to Highland Heights to take on Northern Kentucky as they open Horizon play on Thursday December 30th. The UW-Green Bay Women were also supposed to be in action on Thursday against Detroit, but had their game forfeited. 


The Phoenix come in struggling a bit  losing their last 4 matchups. The Phoenix have two players that are averaging double digits points per game. Emmanuel Ansong is averaging 12 points per game, and Donovan Ivory is averaging 10 points per game. Ansong is also leading the team in rebounds per game with 5. 


Northern Kentucky comes in hoping to avoid their third straight loss, losing their last 2 games to Eastern Kentucky and Indiana. Northern Kentucky is currently led by Trevon Faulkner who is averaging 13 points per game, and Marques Warrick who is averaging 12 points per game. 


Tip is set for 7:00 PM from the BB&T Arena.

Wednesday boys basketball roundup: Southern Door picks up victory, Algoma heads to Two Rivers

Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay were both in action on Wednesday night, scores of both games are below:


Southern Door 79 - Black Hawk 50


*Jared Hawkey 21, Jack Peterson 15, Logan Jeanquart 13, Drew Daoust 12*


Sturgeon Bay 44 - Freedom 67


*Garrett Ulberg 14, Danny Lodl 8, Preston Newton 8*



Luxemburg-Casco 56 - Green Bay Southwest 55



Thursday's basketball action includes Algoma traveling to Two Rivers for a 3 p.m. tip. 

Badgers look to end the season on a high note vs. Sun Devils

The Wisconsin Badgers football team will look to close the season out strong with a win over the Arizona State Sun Devils in the 2021 Las Vegas Bowl from Allegiant Stadium. 

The Wisconsin Badgers qualified for bowl play by winning 8 games this year, defeating 4 bowl eligible teams in that span. The Badgers also tallied 4 losses on the year, all of which were to teams who made bowl games. Graham Mertz has struggled as the Badgers QB this season, but the defense, along with the emergence of Freshman Braelon Allen has more than made up for the less than stellar offensive season from Mertz. 


Herm Edwards has reached his third bowl game as the coach of the Sun Devils, however this season they have only beat one bowl eligible team (UCLA), and their four losses all came against teams that didn’t qualify for bowl games. If that isn’t worrisome enough for Arizona State, their leading rusher Rachaad White who rushed for 1,006 yards and 15 touchdowns this season has opted out of playing in the Las Vegas Bowl. The Arizona State defense also allows 20.9 points per game which ties them for 20th in the nation. 


Wisconsin has had some issues with positive COVID tests appearing within the program, but as of now it will not prohibit Wisconsin from having enough players to play the game. 


Kickoff is set for 9:30 PM CT from Allegiant Stadium.

Wrestling round-up: L-C in 2nd at Bi-State; Southern Door, Packerland teams compete On the Water

The area's four wrestling teams are holding their own at two of the biggest tournaments in the state this weekend. 


Kewaunee is leading the local schools at the Lourdes Academy On the Water Wrestling Classic at UW-Oshkosh, starting Thursday's action in 20th place with 84.5 points. Mitchell Thompson is in a position to win a title at 195 pounds after winning his quarterfinal match.


Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol is in 62nd place with 12 points and just three wrestlers competing. Zak Wrobel and Ben Roman each picked up victories.


Southern Door is tied with Menasha in 30th place at OTW with 62 points. Hayden Jeanquart and Brodie Overbeck ended their days with victories.


Luxemburg-Casco finished Wednesday just a half-point behind Minnesota's Zumbrota-Mazeppa in the Division 2 standings at the Bi-State Classic being held at the LaCrosse Center. Caleb Delebreau and Max Ronsman each won their quarterfinal matches while Easton Worachek, Ryan Routhieaux, Hunter Joniaux, and Jake Jandrin will start Thursday in the wrestle back rounds.  


More wrestling is scheduled to take place on Thursday. 


Picture courtesy of SBS Wrestling

Clippers, Eagles, Pioneers, Spartans all drop games on Tuesday night

It was a rough night for local boys basketball teams as four area schools all dropped their matchups. 


Sturgeon Bay was topped by Reedsville 61-42


Southern Door lost to Mineral Point 65-48 


Sevastopol lost to Abbotsford 85-75


Luxemburg-Casco lost to West De Pere 71-69


For an in depth look at the stories behind these scores, check out 

Bucks beat Magic to win 4th straight

The Milwaukee Bucks were able to travel to Orlando and beat the Magic on Tuesday night by a score of 127-110. 


Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 28 points, Bobby Portis added 19 points with 17 of those points coming in the first half, Khris Middleton posted 21 points, and Jrue Holiday scored 18 points. Milwaukee has now won four in a row and five of their last seven matchups. 


The Magic were missing six players due to injuries, and had four more players out due to COVID guidelines. The Magic got a large lift from rookie Franz Wagner who posted a career high of 38 points with 27 of those points coming in the second half. 


Milwaukee outscored the Magic by 19 in the second quarter and led by as much as 29 towards the end of the first half and were able to counter a 19-0 third quarter run by the Magic to hold on and eventually win the game. 


Milwaukee will have the day off Wednesday but will be right back in action on Thursday to once again play the Magic in Orlando with tip set for 6:00 PM CT.

Packers place 5 new faces on COVID list

The Green Bay Packers have announced that they have sent five members of the team to the COVID related inactive list.


Those members are OL Ben Braden, OLB Tipa Galeai, WR and return man Amari Rodgers, ILB Ty Summers, and practice squad DL R.J Mcintosh.


The news comes ahead of this weeks matchup with the Minnesota Vikings, which is scheduled for Sunday at 7:20 pm from Lambeau Field. 

Milwaukee looks to keep its three-game win streak alive as they take on Magic

The Milwaukee Bucks will be taking on the Orlando Magic for the third time this season on Tuesday December 28th. 


The Bucks won the last matchup vs. the Magic by a score of 123-92. Jrue Holiday was the leading scorer in that matchup with 18 points, and Moritz Wagner was the leading scorer for the Magic, also scoring 18 points. 


The Bucks come into this matchup with potentially the healthiest roster they have had all season and have been winners in 6 of their last 10 games. Over those last 10 games, Giannis Antetokounmpo is leading the Bucks in scoring over those last 10 games averaging 27.4 points per game, followed closely by Jrue Holiday who is averaging 22.6 points per game in that span. The Bucks injury report for the game on Tuesday only lists Brook Lopez who is recovering from a back ailment. 


Tip is set for 6 PM CT from the Amway Center in Orlando.

Boys' basketball round-up: Algoma falls, three teams set to take action in tournament play

Three local boys' basketball teams will be participating in tournament games on Tuesday December 28th.


Sevastopol will face Elcho at 3:15 pm, Southern Door will take on Black Hawk at 6:00 pm, and Luxemburg-Casco faces off with West De Pere in the Kress Center at 8:00 pm.


In Monday's basketball action, Algoma could not dig out of an early hole in its 67-54 loss to Peshtigo. 

Brewers announce Walk of Fame Inductees

Three players crucial to the rebirth of the Brewers in Milwaukee will be enshrined at American Family Field this summer.


Ryan Braun and Jonathan Lucroy will join the Brewers Wall of Honor and Prince Fielder will be enshrined into the Brewers Walk of Fame. Additionally, the Brewers and the Milwaukee Braves Historical Association will induct the late Wes Covington onto the Milwaukee Braves Wall of Honor. 


Ceremonies will be announced at a later date. Below are the resumes that earned Fielder, Braun, Lucroy, and Covington the recognition provided by the Brewers' organization:


Fielder, drafted seventh overall by Milwaukee in 2002, spent seven of his 12 Major League seasons with the Brewers (2005-11) and batted .282 with 230 HR and 656 RBI in 998 games. A three-time All-Star in Milwaukee (2007, 2009 and 2011), he is the all-time franchise leader in on-base percentage (.390), slugging percentage (.540) and OPS (.929) and is among the franchise leaders in HR (3rd), walks (4th, 566), extra-base hits (6th, 439), RBI (7th), total bases (8th, 1,904), runs (9th, 571) and batting average (10th).
The power-hitting first baseman is the only player in franchise history to produce five consecutive 30+ homer seasons (2007-11). In 2007 – his second full season in the majors – Fielder became the youngest player in Major League history to reach 50 homers in a season (23 years, 139 days), breaking the record set by Hall of Famer Willie Mays (24 years, 137 days). A fierce competitor, he missed just one game over his final three seasons in Milwaukee.


Braun, the all-time franchise home run leader, six-time All-Star and 2011 National League MVP, played his entire 14-year Major League career with the Milwaukee Brewers from 2007-20 and is among the franchise leaders in nearly every offensive category.
Braun finished his career as a .296 hitter with 352 HR, 1,154 RBI and 216 stolen bases in 1,766 games. In addition to his MVP and All-Star Game appearances, Braun was a five-time Silver Slugger Award winner and the 2007 National League Rookie of the Year.
Braun, who helped lead the Brewers to the postseason five times (2008, 2011 and 2018-20), retired as the all-time franchise leader in home runs. He also ranks among the franchise’s top three in RBI (2nd), slugging percentage (2nd, .532), OPS (2nd, .891), extra-base hits (2nd, 809), total bases (2nd, 3,525), doubles (2nd, 408), runs (3rd, 1,080), hits (3rd, 1,963), triples (3rd, 49), stolen bases (3rd, 216), at-bats (3rd, 6,622), and walks (3rd, 586). He ranks fourth in franchise history in games played and batting average.
From the date of his Major League debut – May 25, 2007 – through the 2020 season, Braun ranked among the top five in the majors in extra-base hits (T2nd), runs (3rd), RBI (3rd), total bases (4th), hits (5th), doubles (5th) and HR (5th).
Lucroy, drafted by Milwaukee in 2007, spent seven seasons with the Brewers from 2010-16, earning All-Star selections in 2014 and 2016. He led the majors in doubles in 2014 with 53, tied for the most in a single season in franchise history. He hit 46 doubles as a catcher in 2014, the most by a catcher in a single season in MLB history. Lucroy finished fourth in National League Most Valuable Player voting in 2014, becoming the first catcher in franchise history to finish in the top 10. He ranks first in franchise history as a catcher in hits (752), batting average (.288), doubles (143), HR (77), RBI (358), and runs (326). He is second in games caught (725).
Covington is the 19th member named to the Milwaukee Braves Wall of Honor. Covington spent his first five full seasons and part of his sixth with the Milwaukee Braves. He batted .284 with 64 HR and 235 RBI across 468 games in a Braves uniform. He started all 14 games for Milwaukee in the 1957 and 1958 World Series and was a key contributor to the Braves' 1957 World Series win over the New York Yankees, collecting the go-ahead hit in Game Two and robbing a home run in left field in a 1-0 win in Game Five. He recorded consecutive 20-HR campaigns in 1957 and 1958, combining for 45 HR and 139 RBI in 186 games, including a career year in 1958 in which he batted .330 with 24 HR and 74 RBI in 90 games. Covington passed away in 2001.

Algoma boys head to Peshtigo for post-holiday battle

The gifts have been opened and boys' basketball is back in action with a Packerland matchup on Monday featuring Algoma and Peshtigo.


Algoma is in the middle of a three-game losing streak, although they have lost their last two games by a total of just three points. The Wolves held a one-point advantage of its 61-59 loss to Oconto last week. Carter Zimmerman scored 23 points and Owen Robertson added 17 points in the loss. Landon Lemke and Kaine Fort have both been averaging over 12 points a game as they have led the Bulldogs of Peshtigo to a 6-0. That includes a 59-52 win over Sturgeon Bay in their last game.


Gametime is set for 5:30 p.m.

Blizzard make several acquisitions

The Green Bay Blizzard are filling up their roster ahead of their season opener in March.


During the month of December, the Blizzard has acquired Shaquan Curenton (WR) out of Scottsdale Community College, Pika Leota (OL) out of Benedictine College, Tymir Oliver (DL) out of the University of Illinois, and Dehonta Hayes (DB) out of Eastern Washington University. 


The Blizzard will open the season on March 13th at the Resch Center in Green Bay against the Bismarck Bucks. 

Rockers prepare for summer tour

The Green Bay Rockers are prepared to open the season on the road to kick off the 2022 campaign with their new name.


The team formerly known as the Green Bay Bullfrogs and the Green Bay Booyah will start their Northwoods season on May 30th on the road against Wisconsin Rapids before welcoming them to Capital Credit Union Park on May 31st. 


In one unique scheduling quirk, the Rockers will host the Lakeshore Chinooks on Thursday, June 16th for a day-night doubleheader at Capital Credit Union Park. Game one of the twin-bill will be a 12:05 start and the night game will commence at 6:35. There will be two separate openings for the doubleheader that day. Rockers opponents for 2022 are Great Lakes West rivals Fond du Lac, Lakeshore, Madison, Wausau, and Wisconsin Rapids. The three Great Lakes East opponents will be Kalamazoo, Rockford, and Traverse City.

Bucks spoil Celtics Christmas

The Milwaukee Bucks were able to erase an early deficit late in the 4th quarter to beat the Boston Celtics on Christmas Day. 


The Bucks trailed at halftime 63-47 but used an impressive 43 point 3rd quarter to start trimming their lead, and outscored the Celtics in the 4th quarter to ultimately seal the win in front of the home crowd. 


Giannis Antetokounmpo looked good coming off of his COVID related break posting 36 points to go with 12 rebounds. Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday each added 17 points, and Bobby Portis netted 16 points off the bench. 


The Celtics were led by Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown who each scored 25 points in the loss. 


The Bucks will next be in action on December 28th as they travel to Orlando to take on the Magic.

Luxemburg-Casco named Honorable Mention for Sportsmanship Award

The WIAA recently selected the recipients of the team Sportsmanship Award for the 2021 fall State Tournaments. The award is presented to one school program and community within each of the State team tournaments that demonstrates a high level of sportsmanship. Award winners are determined by the conduct and sportsmanship displayed by athletes, coaches, cheer, support groups, mascots, bands, and spectators.  The Luxemburg-Casco Girls Volleyball team received honorable mention for the sportsmanship award, to go alongside winning the State Championship back in November at the Resch Center. Luxemburg-Casco will receive a certificate of recognition to acknowledge the accomplishment.

Green Bay Glory to hold tryouts

The Green Bay Glory Women’s Soccer team is set to host tryouts shortly after the new year.  The Green Bay Glory Women’s Soccer team is a subsidiary of the Green Bay Glory Inc, a non profit organization. The purpose of Green Bay Glory Inc. is to provide opportunity to athletes seeking to better their own lives, as well as the lives of others through sport. Anybody interested in trying out for the Green Bay Glory Women’s Soccer team is asked to fill out an application to register on the teams website.




Players must also participate in a player interview with Green Bay Glory staff as well as attend one tryout session. The Glory have 2 upcoming tryout dates on Friday January 7th and Saturday January 8th. Tryouts are open to all females ages 16 and older, however spots are limited and the Glory ask that anyone interested register ahead of time. High school players are eligible to compete as long as they are not participating in their school spring season. Collegiate players that may be interested in playing are asked to discuss the rules and regulations of doing so with their coach and school compliance officer. The deadline to register for the first tryout date is January 4th and the deadline to register for the second tryout date is January 5th.

Packers D grinchy, steal Christmas game from Browns

Aaron Rodgers' record-setting performance almost was not enough as the Green Bay Packers outlasted the Cleveland Browns 24-22 on Christmas afternoon.


The afternoon got off to a rocky start for the Packers as the Browns scored on their first possession and their defense forced a turnover on downs. The Packers would intercept Baker Mayfield on their very next possession which turned into a history-making drive for Rodgers. An 11-yard pass to Allen Lazard turned into Rodgers' 423rd touchdown pass, giving him the most in franchise history. The Packers' defense would intercept Mayfield again, setting up the next record-breaking score when Rodgers found Davante Adams for a nine-yard score. That gave them the most amount of touchdowns for a QB/WR duo in franchise history. After the Browns scored a touchdown on their fourth possession, the Packers would end the half with a second touchdown pass to Adams to give them a 21-12 advantage at halftime.


The Packers would open the half with a field goal and would be held to three punts the rest of the half. The Browns would make it interesting the second half, kicking a field goal and Mayfield throwing his second touchdown of the game to make it 24-22. They would have one more opportunity to win the game, but the Packers' Rasul Douglas picked off his second pass of the game to seal the Christmas Day victory. The Packers' defense gave up more than 400 yards of total offense including over 200 yards of rushing, but their four interceptions proved to be enough to hold on for the victory. 


The Packers will end the home slate of their schedule next Sunday night when they host the Minnesota Vikings. 

Packers host Browns on Christmas Day

The Green Bay Packers (11-3) will welcome the Cleveland Browns (7-7) to Lambeau Field for a Christmas Day showdown on Saturday afternoon. 


Last Sunday, the Packers beat the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 31-30, and with that win won the NFC North. The Packers are 3-0 against AFC North opponents this season, picking up wins over the Steelers, Bengals, and the Ravens. The Packers are looking to sweep the AFC North with a win over the Browns on Saturday. The last time these two teams met was in 2017, with Green Bay taking that one in overtime in Cleveland. 


The Browns come into this matchup playing fairly inconsistent football, losing two of their last three, and three of their last five. The Browns lost to the Las Vegas Raiders there last time out on a late field goal. 

Bucks ready to host Celtics on Christmas Day

The Milwaukee Bucks are getting set to host the Boston Celtics on Saturday as part of the NBA’s Christmas Day game slate. 


The Bucks come into this matchup off of a win against the Dallas Mavericks which was their second win in a row without some key rotational players. The Bucks have been one of the many teams in the league that have had their roster impacted by COVID-19. The Bucks last win against an equally short-handed Mavericks team was anything but pretty, and in order to beat the Celtics they will surely need to put up a better display on Christmas Day. 


The Bucks are getting back to full strength and may be getting a big boost with Giannis Antetokounmpo clearing health and safety protocols on December 24th. The Bucks have not said if Giannis is for sure going to play on Christmas, but said he will test his abilities and make that decision closer to game time. 


Tip off is set for 1:30 PM from the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.

Second Native American Tribe gets sports gambling approved

It has been nearly a month since Oneida Casino welcomed sports betting at their airport location as part of their casino offerings. By doing so, Oneida Casino has seemingly set a precedent for other casinos around the state of Wisconsin. On Monday Governor Tony Evers announced an agreement with the St. Croix Chippewa tribe to allow a new sports betting facility at its casino in Turtle Lake. Governor Evers stated that the agreement will “bring new opportunities for employment and revenue growth to the tribe, and provide a welcome boost to our recovering tourism and entertainment industries.” Tribal Chairman William Reynolds says the agreement will “give our tribe the ability to offer our customers the most comprehensive gaming experience.” The next step in the process is a 45 day review by the U.S Department of Interior, but that review is expected to be approved and the tribe says it has already begun working on the new sportsbook.

Run the Door event completed for 2021

Run the Door is a series of running races that take place on the Door County Peninsula of Northeast Wisconsin. The Races are presented by the Door County Silent Sports Alliance. The circuit awards registered runners points for participating in the various runs, and to a lesser extent if they place first, second, or third place in their respective age division. Below is a list of the top 20 point earners for the 2021 circuit. 


1. Brady Nieman, Sturgeon Bay 196

2. Scott Thompson, Green Bay 177

3. John Schopf Sr., Sturgeon Bay 164

4. Bob Richards, Sturgeon Bay 161

5.  David Clowers, Sturgeon Bay 153

6. Susan Reynolds-Smith, Ephraim 135

7. Janice Galt, Sturgeon Bay 132

8. Lynn Gilchrist, Sturgeon Bay 131

9. Sean Grorich, Sturgeon Bay 130

10. John Schopf Jr., Green Bay 127

11. Emily Bilodeau, Sturgeon Bay 124

12. Tim Heyse, Sturgeon Bay 120

12. Carol Moellenberndr, Sturgeon Bay 120

14. Kay Jensen, Sturgeon Bay 112

15. Susan Morgan, Sturgeon Bay 111

16. Vicki Minten, Sturgeon Bay 110

17. Joe Bilodeau, Sturgeon Bay 103

18. Bob Moellenberndt, Sturgeon Bay 101

19. Gary Gruenisen, Egg Harbor 100

20. Pat Saladin, Sturgeon Bay 100

Bucks pick up win against Rockets

The Milwaukee Bucks did not have several of its key contributors due to COVID protocols, but they still left their game with the Houston Rockets with a 126-106 victory at the Fiserv Forum Wednesday night. 


The Bucks are still without Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bobby Portis and Donte DiVincenzo due to COVID-19 protocols that have forced many teams to use the NBA's hardship waiver to sign more players. The team still has plenty of scoring on the roster with Jrue Holiday leading the team with 24 points and Khris Middleton adding 23.  Boogie Cousins and Jordan Nwora were also on the doorstep of 20-point nights by each chipping in 18 points. 


The Bucks were only up by one after one quarter of play, but outscored the Rockets 72-52 in the middle frames to build up a lead they would not give up. Christian Wood led the Rockets with 20 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.


The busy week continues on Thursday night when they travel to Dallas to face the Mavericks at 7:30 p.m. The Mavericks have split their last six games, including a two-game stretch against the Timberwolves where they lost the opener 111-105 and won the next game 114-102.

College basketball round-up: Phoenix men outlasted by Minnesota, Badgers men host George Mason

The Green Bay Phoenix men gave Minnesota a scare while the Wisconsin Badgers men kick off the holiday weekend against George Mason in college basketball action.


The Phoenix men led for the final 10 minutes of the first half but ran out of gas in the team's 72-56 loss to the Golden Gophers on the road. Freshman Kamari McGee led the Phoenix with 14 points while transfer guard Donovan Ivory added another 11 points. The Golden Gophers outscored the Phoenix 44-27 in the second half and pulled away in the final minutes to keep its status as one of the few one-loss teams in college basketball. The Phoenix won't play again until December 30th when they battle the Norse of Northern Kentucky.


The Wisconsin Badgers had to hustle to get an opponent for Thursday after Morgan State had to bow out due to COVID-19 issues within the program. They found one in George Mason, which comes to the Kohl Center on a three-game winning streak and two victories over Power-5 opponents (Georgia and Maryland). The Badgers have won seven of their last eight games, including a 71-68 victory over Nicholls State last Wednesday. Tip is set for 6 p.m.

Girls' basketball preview: Southern Door, Algoma look to build off wins

The Southern Door and Algoma girls' basketball teams looking to continue their winning ways on Thursday night in a pair of home games.


Southern Door will host  Wausaukee while Algoma is set to battle Brillion. Both games will tip-off at 7:30 p.m.


No other girls' basketball games are scheduled until Tuesday when Sevastopol visits Shiocton.

Girls Basketball Roundup: Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee roll to victories

The high school basketball girls' basketball action in the area was busy before the holiday break on Tuesday. 


In non-conference play, the Gibraltar Vikings fell to the Two Rivers Purple Raiders 57-31 at home.


The Kewaunee Storm blew by the Sturgeon Bay Clippers 88-27 in Packerland Conference action.


In the North Eastern Conference,  the Luxemburg-Casco Lady Spartans rolled with a 51-31 victory over the Little Chute Mustangs in the battle of the L-Cs in Luxemburg.  

Badgers basketball to now play George Mason Thursday

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team was able to fill their schedule on Thursday with a  game after the previously scheduled game with Morgan State was canceled due to COVID-19 complications limiting travel. 


The Badgers announced Tuesday that George Mason will fill in and play Wisconsin at the Kohl Center on Thursday at 6 pm. 


The game will be part of a doubleheader of sorts at the Kohl Center with the Badgers’ women’s team playing Eastern Illinois at noon.  

Bucks try to dodge third straight loss vs. Rockets

The Milwaukee Bucks (19-13, 4th in the Eastern Conference) will be welcoming the Houston Rockets (10-21, 14th in the Western Conference) to town on Wednesday December 22nd. The Bucks have been playing well at home with a record of 10-5 in their first 15 home games, while the Rockets have continually struggled on the road, posting a record of 3-14 in 17 games played on the road. This will be the second time the teams have met this season, with the Bucks taking the first matchup by a score of 123-114. Giannis led all scorers in that game with 41 points while also grabbing 17 rebounds. The Bucks will be without some key players for this matchup including: Donte Divencenzo (COVID Protocol), Bobby Portis (COVID Protocol), Wesley Matthews (COVID Protocol), Brook Lopez (Back), and Giannis Antetokounmpo (COVID Protocol). Khris Middleton is day-to-day with a knee injury, and Rodney Hood is day-to-day with an achilles injury. Tip is set for 7:00 P.M CT from the Fiserv Forum.

Boys basketball round-up: Sevastopol falls to Goodman/Pembine, L-C/Kewaunee on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol opened up the holiday week with a loss while a local matchup on the NEW Radio Sports Network highlights Tuesday's slate of boys' basketball action.


Goodman/Pembine had two players score at least 29 points as they downed Sevastopol 88-62. 


On the NEW Radio Sports Network, Kewaunee hosts Luxemburg-Casco for a non-conference match-up. The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and beginning at 7 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.


Girls basketball round-up: Algoma cruises, three games scheduled for Tuesday

The Algoma girls' basketball team got things started on a positive note for the area's teams with more scheduled for Tuesday.


The Wolves cruised past Green Bay East to a 59-23 victory.


Games scheduled for Tuesday include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Little Chute (7 p.m.), Gibraltar playing at home against Two Rivers (7:30 p.m.), and Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay (7:30 p.m.). 


Picture courtesy of Algoma Girls' Basketball Facebook Page.

DC United swim team faces Pulaski

The DC United boys' swim team will stick around town Tuesday night when they host Pulaski at the Door County YMCA in Sturgeon Bay.


The team won its last meet on December 16th, scoring 123 points compared to 90 for Brillion/Valders/Chilton and and 82 for Two Rivers/Roncalli. Individual event winners include the 200 Medley Relay (Race Kasten, Drew Rass, Connor Thompson, Jacob Norton 1:46.93), the 200 IM (Jacob Norton DCU 2:12.99), the 50 Free (Drew Rass DCU :24.51), the 100 Fly (Connor Thompson DCU 1:01.17), the 200 Free Relay (Ethan Almstadt, Connor Thompson, Drew Rass, Jacob Norton 1:37.38), the 100 Back (Race Kasten DCU 1:00.67), the 100 Breast (Jacob Norton DCU 1:04.21), and the 400 Free Relay (Ethan Almstadt, Logan Filar, Race Kasten, James Pollock 3:39.97).


The first event is scheduled for 6 p.m.

Green Bay women ends non-conference slate with victory

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team had to fight off a feisty Central Michigan squad Monday night, winning its final non-conference game 71-67.


Despite not playing in front of its Kress Center faithful for over a month and in general for close to two weeks due to its schedule and COVID cancellations, the Phoenix came out firing as they took a 19-11 first-quarter lead and a 10 point advantage into the half. They would be able to stretch that lead to as much as 16 points, but a 14-0 run by the Chippewas would eliminate that advantage in the fourth quarter. The Phoenix were able to pull ahead and clamp down on defense to avoid the upset.


Hailey Oskey led the way with 19 points while former Luxemburg-Casco star Cassie Schiltz pitched in 18 points in the victory.


The Phoenix return to action on Thursday, Dec. 30 at the Kress Center, against Detroit Mercy for a 7 p.m. tip. In men's basketball, the Phoenix had their December 22nd game against Minnesota moved to a 4 p.m. start.



Algoma girls host Green Bay East

The Algoma Wolves' girls basketball team will stick around town on Monday night when Green Bay East comes calling for a non-conference matchup.


The Wolves struggled in its matchup against Sevastopol on Friday. falling 60-26. Nine different players got baskets in the game against one of the Packerland's leading teams, but Kirchman was the only one to score more than four points in the game with six. The Red Devils are winless on the season, losing their last game to Oconto 71-29.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Pioneer boys hit the road to Goodman/Pembine

The Sevastopol Pioneers' boy basketball team will head on the road Monday night to face the Goodman/Pembine Patriots.


Jack DeYoung scored 21 points but no one else scored more than eight in the Pioneers' 79-43 loss to the Clippers in their last game on Thursday. DeYoung is averaging just over 15 points a game while Manav Jandu has been pitching in another 11 a contest. Boone Larison scored 18 and two others reached double figures in the Patriots' 78-39 thrashing of St. Thomas Aquinas on Saturday.


Opening tip is set for 6 p.m.


A previously scheduled game between Peshtigo and Sturgeon Bay has been moved to Thursday. 

Packers hold on late against Ravens

The Green Bay Packers needed a late defensive stand on a two-point conversion to stave off the Baltimore Ravens on the road Sunday 31-30.


Missing Kenny Clark due to COVID-19 protocols, the Packers once again struggled against a mobile quarterback as Tyler Huntley, who was in to replace the injured Lamar Jackson, ran for 73 yards and two scores on the day. Huntley used his arm for the Ravens for the team's first touchdown and the only score of the first quarter.


A.J. Dillon got the Packers on the scoreboard in the second quarter as he rushed in from two yards to tie the game up. Huntley and Aaron Rodgers would trade passing touchdowns the rest of the way to keep the game tied at halftime. 


The Packers started the third quarter that sucked up half the period before concluding with a two-yard flip to Aaron Jones to make it 21-14. The Ravens would kick a field goal before the Packers would score 10 unanswered points on Rodgers' third touchdown pass of the day and a Mason Crosby field goal after the Packers got the ball on the Ravens' 29-yard line and could not take full advantage. That is when Huntley took over, scoring on the ground twice before his pass on the two-point conversion fell incomplete instead of giving his team a slim one-point advantage with under 45 seconds remaining. 


The Packers now have a full game lead in the race for home-field advantage after both the Cardinals and the Buccanneers lost on Sunday. Rodgers' three touchdowns tied him with Brett Favre with the most touchdown passes in franchise history. Despite playing in 50 fewer games, Rodgers has a chance to break the record in front of the Lambeau Field crowd on Christmas Day against the Cleveland Browns. 

Wrestling round-up: Kewaunee wrestling captures its own title

The area's three other wrestling teams also competed in tournaments over the weekend.


Kewaunee won its own tournament on Saturday, edging out Seymour by 12 points with 246. Southern Door came in third place with 228. Individual champions were Southern Door's Spencer Slezweski and Brodie Overbeck and Kewaunee's Logan Steinhorst, Kemper Robinson, and Mitch Thompson. 


Sturgeon Bay came in 13th at the Willard Schmidt Invitational hosted by Green Bay Preble. Ben Roman was the team's highest finisher at 7th place. 

Badger volleyball wins national championship over Nebraska

A record crowd of 18,755 watched the Wisconsin Badgers win their first-ever national championship in NCAA volleyball at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.  The Badgers won the five-set match (22-25, 31-29, 25-23, 23-25, 15-12) over the Nebraska Cornhuskers with fifth-year senior Dana Rettke’s kill at the net for the deciding point.  The Badgers dominated at the net with 24 blocks and overcame a gritty performance by Nebraska.  Having four players with double-digit kills, Wisconsin jumped to a 7-0 lead in the fifth set and hung on for the 2021 volleyball championship.    

Gamblers lose to Muskegon late

The Green Bay Gamblers could not hang on and lost to the Muskegon Lumberjacks 3-2 on Saturday in U.S.H.L. action at the Resch Center.  After a scoreless first period the Gamblers got on the board with a goal by Brody Lamb at the 17:51 mark.  Lamb then assisted Alex Servagno’s goal with just :05 left in the second period to give the Gamblers a 2-0 lead.  Then Muskegon scored three consecutive goals in the third period to complete the remarkable comeback.   

Boys' Basketball Roundup: Gibraltar tops Kohler

The Gibraltar Vikings bounced back with a 82-74 win over the Kohler Blue Bombers in nonconference high school basketball on Saturday afternoon.  The Vikings (4-4) evened their record while the Blue Bombers of the Big East- South Conference (3-4) dropped below .500.  Giblartar will now have a break over the holidays and will return to action on January 4th when they host Peshtigo. 

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling finishes 12th in Minnesota Christmas Tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan wrestling team finished the two-day tournament with an 12th place finish on Saturday.  In the 36 team field,  the Spartans scored 101 points and had three wrestlers that finished in the top eight places.   Max Ronsman claimed fifth in the 138 pound class with a decision, while Easton Worachek and Caleb Delebreau took seventh place with pins in the 126 and 132-pound class, respectively.  


Results of those weight classes can be found at NewRadioSportsNetwork courtesy of




Gibraltar boys host Kohler in Saturday matinee

The Gibraltar Vikings look to get back into the win column when they host Kohler Saturday afternoon in Fish Creek. 


The Vikings have dropped four of their last five, with three of those losses by margins of seven points or less. Sam Lindenberg led Gibraltar with 26 points. Jake Schar scored 13 points and Trevor Ash chipped in eight points in their 68-65 loss to Oconto on Thursday. Kohler saw their season record knotted up at 3-3 after its 72-63 loss to Ozaukee.


Tip is set for 2:30 p.m.


In Friday basketball action, Luxemburg-Casco blew out Oconto Falls 83-43 on the road. 

Wrestling round-up: L-C onto day two, Kewaunee hosts their tournament

The area's four wrestling teams have a busy Saturday lined up as tournaments fire up again after a year's hiatus.


Luxemburg-Casco competes in day two of the Minnesota Christmas Tournament in Rochester. They will start the day in 7th place with 62 points.


Kewaunee will play tournament host at its high school beginning at 9:30 a.m. Southern Door will also join in the festivities along with Elcho, Elkhart Lake - Glenbeulah, Gillett/Suring, Mishicot, Plymouth School District and Seymour.


Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol head a little further southwest with a tournament at Green Bay Preble featuring Eau Claire Memorial, Kaukauna, Menasha, West De Pere, Chilton, Lomira, Ozaukee, Sheboygan South, Waupaca, Winneconne, Lakeland Union, Crivitz, and Menominee Indian.

Girls' basketball round-up: Sevastopol wins in a rout

The Sevastopol Pioneers won their matchup on the hardwood in blowout fashion Friday night to lead the evening's girls' basketball action.


Naomi Rikkola scored 16 points and two others reached double digits in the Pioneers' 60-26 win over Algoma.


Kewaunee was handled by Oconto 61-46.


Southern Door soared past Sturgeon  Bay 62-40.

Gamblers chop down Lumberjacks

A three-goal third period proved to be the difference in a 6-3 win for the Green Bay Gamblers over the Muskegon Lumberjacks on Friday night.


The two teams traded goals throughout the first and second periods with Ryan Greene tying the game at 1-1 in the opening frame and Alex Servagno and Jackson Hallum tallying scores in the second. The Gamblers scored two goals in less than a minute at the third period' halfway mark as Brody Lamb and Jarod Crespo registered the tallies. Cameron Lund would cap things off with a goal in the sixteenth minute to put things away.


The two teams will play again Saturday night at 7:05 p.m. The game will air on 104.1 WRLU and

Gamblers hold on against Caps, host Lumberjacks on 104.1 WRLU

The Green Bay Gamblers survived a frantic third period to put away the Madison Capitols Thursday night on the road.


Ryan Greene scored the first and only goal in the game's opening period to put the Gamblers up 1-0. The Gamblers would make it 3-0 before the 13 minute mark in the second period thanks to goals registered by Nicholas VanTassell and Jackson Hallum. The Capitols would get one of those goals back later in the frame to set up the offensive showcase. Each team would score three goals in the period, kicked off by tallies from Luke Weilandt and Brody Lamb. The Capitols would score three unanswered goals before Matt DeBoer put the game away with an empty netter with just over a minute to play in the game.


The Gamblers now return to the Resch Center for their first meetings against the Muskegon Lumberjacks. The Gamblers' visitors from Michigan have five of their six games this month including a perfect 4-0 homestand. Their last game was a 3-2 win over Team USA. Tobin Meyer will have the call on 104.1 WRLU and with the puck drop at 7:05 p.m.



Spartans wrestling topples Denmark ahead of Christmas tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team kicked off their trip to Minnesota on a high note with a 59-6 win over Denmark Thursday night.


Starting the night at 182 pounds, the Spartans were down early as the Vikings won three of the first four matches by decisions at the heavier weights before running the table the rest of the way beginning at 106 pounds. Jake Jandrin, Isaac Jerabek, Easton Worachek, Max Ronsman, Tristan Thiry, and Hunter Joniaux all picked up pins that led to the rout. 


The Spartans now head to Rochester, Minn. for the Minnesota Christmas Tournament featuring teams from multiple states. Competition from Wisconsin includes Holmen, Kaukauna, Oconto Falls, and River Falls.


182: Ezra Waege LC dec. Luke St. Peter 6-5. 

195: Elijah Shefchik D dec. Sebastian Sauter 5-0. 

220: Jonah Goetsch D dec. Luke VanDonsel 1-0. 

285: Eagan Babiash D dec. Joseph Chervenka 2-1. 

106: Jake Jandrin LC pinned Brady Vieaux 4:58. 

113: Isaac Jerabek LC pinned Marqus Thomas :48. 

120: Blakelee Bastien LC major dec. Brett Soquet 10-1. 

126: Easton Worachek LC pinned Bradley Nellis :21. 

132: Caleb Delebreau LC major dec. Alec Bergelin 14-2. 

138: Max Ronsman LC pinned Carson Peterson 2:30. 

145: Tristan Thiry LC pinned Isaiah VanNoie 2:29. 

152: Hunter Joniaux LC pinned Ebyn LaForest 1:37. 

160: Ryan Routhieaux LC won by forfeit. 

170: Trace Schoenebeck LC won by forfeit.

Girls' basketball round-up: L-C loses, Packerland hoops on tap for Friday

Local girls' basketball fans will have plenty of action to end their week on Friday.


Luxemburg-Casco got an early start to the weekend as they fell to Clintonville 68-58.


Local games on deck for Friday in the Packerland Conference include Kewaunee visiting Oconto, Algoma traveling to Sevastopol, and Southern Door hosting Sturgeon Bay. Games will tip off at 7:30 p.m.


Gibraltar had its scheduled matchup against Peshtigo put on hold until January 13th.



Boys' basketball round-up: Sturgeon Bay cruises, Gibraltar nipped again

Sturgeon Bay won county bragging rights for at least one night as it highlighted the Thursday slate of boys' basketball action.


The Clippers hit 12 three-pointers en route to a 79-43 win over Sevastopol.


Gibraltar suffered yet another close Packerland loss on the road, this time to Oconto 68-65.


Kewaunee also got nipped Thursday, losing its road matchup to NEW Lutheran 59-57.


Luxemburg-Casco has the only local boys' hoop action on Friday as they travel to Oconto Falls for a 7 p.m. tip. 



Gamblers begin three-game stretch in Madison

The Green Bay Gamblers will play back-to-back-to-back games for the first time this season when they travel to Madison on Thursday.


The Capitols have become a very familiar opponent for the Gamblers, who faced them twice last weekend and five times total on the year. The Green Bay Gamblers avenged Friday’s loss to the Madison Capitols with a convincing 6-2 win on Saturday thanks in part to Rastislav Elias' 38 saves for one of his best appearances of the season and a goal by Carter Batchelder, who joined the team only a few days prior. 


Puck drop is set for 7:05 p.m. The Gamblers will play Muskegon for a pair of games at the Resch Center Friday and Saturday. Those games will air on 104.1 WRLU and



Spartans wrestling hosts Denmark

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling looks to continue their winning ways Thursday night when they host Denmark.


The Spartans captured the top spot in last weekend's Battle on the Bay Tournament hosted by Bay Port with four guys wrestling in the finals (Jake Jandrin 2nd 106, Blakelee Bastien 2nd 120, Easton Worachek 2nd 126, and Max Ronsman Champion 138). The tournament win comes after nine straight dual meet wins to start the season including shutouts of Waupaca and Fox Valley Lutheran. The latest state rankings have nine wrestlers ranked (106-Jake Jandrin-9th, 113-Isaac Jerabek-HM, 120-Blakelee Bastien-6th, 126-Easton Worachek-2nd, 132-Caleb Delebreau-6th, 138-Max Ronsman-2nd, 152-Hunter Joniaux-5th, 160-Ryan Routhieaux-5th, & 170-Trace Schoenebeck-7th) and the team just behind Amery. 


Since the Spartans will head to Minnesota this weekend for their annual Christmas tournament trip, varsity matches will begin at 5:30 p.m.

Spartans girls truck over to Clintonville

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' basketball team will hop back into NEC play Thursday night when they travel to face Clintonville.


The Spartans took a hard loss last week when they fell to Fox Valley Lutheran 54-36. Taylor Thiry leads the team with 19 points a game while Lauren Adams is averaging approximately 10 points a game. The Truckers have three players averaging at least eight points a game. They lost their last matchup to New London 61-29.


Tip is set for 7 p.m.

Girls' Basketball Roundup:  Algoma falls to Peshtigo, Gibraltar loses to Oconto

In Packerland Conference girls basketball action Tuesday night,  two games were played by local teams, and another game was postponed. 


The Algoma Wolves came up short on the road against the Peshtigo Bulldogs 39-35 in nonconference action and the Gibraltar Vikings were dominated at home by the Oconto Blue Devils 79-21.


The Sevastopol at Sturgeon Bay game was postponed.


Bucks host Pacers

The Milwaukee Bucks look to get back on the winning track Wednesday evening when they host the Indiana Pacers at Fiserv Forum.  Coming off a 117-103 loss to the Boston Celtics on Monday, Milwaukee (18-11) have still won 12 of their last 15 games and are tied with the Chicago Bulls for second place in the Eastern Conference standings.  Indiana (12-17) are led by former Buck Malcolm Brogdon who is averaging 20 points and 6.3 assists per game.  Tipoff is set for 7 pm in Milwaukee.  

Girls' basketball preview: Area teams stick with conference play

It is a night fit for rivals in girls' basketball as the area teams play mostly conference games on Tuesday.


Playing at 7:30 p.m., Gibraltar hosts Oconto, Sevastopol travels to Sturgeon Bay, Algoma welcomes Peshtigo, and Kewaunee plays at home against NEW Lutheran. 


The Storm is currently one win back in the win column from Oconto in the Packerland Conference standings while being tied with Peshtigo. The Pioneers are the only other local team with a non-losing record in the Packerland with a 1-1 conference mark.

Boys' basketball round-up: Algoma and L-C play nailbiters, Gibraltar travels to Mishicot

Luxemburg-Casco and Algoma came up just short in their bids for victories Monday night while Gibraltar will get their first action of the week on Tuesday.


The Spartans fell to Clintonville 61-58.


The Wolves could not catch Oconto in an even slimmer 61-59 loss.


Southern Door lost to Brillion 65-46.


In Tuesday night basketball action, Gibraltar heads south to play Mishicot for a 7:15 p.m. tip.

Kewaunee wrestling visits Kiel

The Kewaunee wrestling team gets back to work Tuesday night when they travel to Kiel for a dual meet.


The last time the Storm took the mat, Logan Steinhorst won the first tournament title of the year for Kewaunee on Friday night. A third-period pin of Two Rivers' Justin Klinkner clinched the Neenah title at 170 pounds for Steinhorst while Max Severin lost his championship bid in a 9-7 decision to Burlington's Austin Reeseman at 145 pounds. The Storm finished in sixth place with just under 85 points. They lost their last dual to Green Bay United 39-36 last week, though they won four of the six contested matches.


Kiel has six ranked wrestlers compared to four for Kewaunee. The top ranked wrestlers for each team are Kiel's Eyan Desselier (2nd, 132 pounds) and Kewaunee's Mitchell Thompson (3rd, 195 pounds)


The dual is set to begin at 6:30 p.m.

Second half crashes Bucks' Garden party

The Milwaukee Bucks could not hold onto a first quarter lead as it fell to the Boston Celtics 117-103.


The Bucks outscored the Celtics 30-21 in the opening frame, but the Celtics had the edge in the other three quarters to pick up the victory over the defending NBA champions. A big reason why was Jayson Tatum, who led all scorers with 42 points. Sixteen of those points came in the fourth quarter as the Celtics tried to put the Bucks away on the second night of their back-to-back stretch. Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday each scored 20 points to lead the Bucks in the loss. 


The Bucks are back in action at home on Wednesday when they welcome the Indiana Pacers for a 7 p.m. tip.  

Third quarter flips script in Packers' victory over Bears

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers' offense had to overcome its own poor special teams play and an inspired Chicago Bears team in its 45-30 victory Sunday night.


The Bears jumped out to a 10-0 lead thanks to two impressive drives from Justin Fields and company before the Packers could finally get on the scoreboard with an Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass to Allen Lazard to make it 10-7. The Packers would take a 14-10 lead when Rasul Douglas took a Fields' pass to the endzone from 55 yards out. Fields would show to have a short memory when he connected with Damiere Byrd on a 54-yard slant pattern to help the Bears retake the lead. The Bears would regain their 10 point margin just two minutes later when Jakeem Grant took a punt 97 yards to the endzone. It was too much time for Rodgers as he was able to lead the Packers on a drive that ended with Davante Adams scoring from 38 yards out. Cairo Santos closed out the half and the scoring for the Bears with a 44-yard field goal.


It was all Packers after that as they went on to outscore the Bears 24-3 in the second half. Aaron Jones helped the Packers take the lead with a three-yard touchdown run and a 23-yard catch for a score after the defense forced a Fields fumble. Crosby would end the quarter of scoring for the Packers with a 20-yard field goal. Rodgers would set the team record for most touchdown passes against the Bears when he found Adams for his fourth score of the game and his 61st against Chicago. The Bears had some life after that as Santos made it a two-score game with Santos kicking a field goal and the special teams recovering a muffed onside kick. Fields would end the threat with an interception that would send Kurt Benkert out to perform victory formation duties for the Packers. 


The win gave Rodgers 23 victories over the Bears, the most in franchise history. The Packers will play the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday at 3:25 p.m.

Phoenix Notes: Women shutdown Wisconsin, men lose to Kansas State

Both of Green Bay's basketball teams took up games against Power-5 opponents in Sunday matinees with mixed results.


The Phoenix women jumped out to 11-0 lead to start the game and never looked back in its 63-53. The two teams played close after the first quarter ended with a 23-11 advantage for the Phoenix. The Badgers would cut the lead in half in then some several times during the game, only to see the Phoenix be able to hit timely shots and stretch the lead again. Much of that is thanks to the Phoenix bench, which outscored the Badgers 33-0. Hailey Oskey led the Phoenix with 14 points with Cassie Schiltz, Bailey Butler, and Maddy Schreiber all scoring at least eight points. The Phoenix women have a pair of home games lined up for December 16th against Chicago State and December 20th against Central Michigan.


The Phoenix men kept things interesting early on but eventually, Kansas State wore down their visitors and won 82-64.  Japannah Kellogg III led the Phoenix with 15 points, six rebounds, and two steals while Kamari McGee added 14 points and Donovan Ivory chipped in seven points. The Phoenix trailed by only five points with six minutes to go in the first half before the Wildcats went on a 15-4 run to put the game out of reach. They will not play again until they had to Minnesota to face the Gophers on December 22nd.

Bucks visit second Garden to face Celtics

The Milwaukee Bucks continue their East Coast road trip Monday night with a matchup against the Boston Celtics. 


Giannis Antetokounmpo recorded his first triple-double of the season in Saturday's 112-97 win over the New York Knicks, scoring 20 points while adding 11 assists to his ledger. Khris Middleton led all Bucks players with 24 points in the victory. The Celtics are coming off a 111-90 loss to the Phoenix Suns in the desert on Friday.


Tip is set for 6:30 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco captures first in "Battle on the Bay" wrestling tournament

Luxemburg Casco won the Battle on the Bay 2021 held at Bay Port High School on Saturday.    The Spartans scored 321 points edging Mukwonago who finished with 314 in the 24 team tournament.  Southern Door finished in 21st place with 97 points. 

Spartan's Max Ronsman placed first in the 138 pound class, while Jake Jandrin placed second in 106 pound class and Blakelee Bastien finished second in the 120 pound class.  Easton Worachek also finished second in the 126 pound class. 


Southern Door's Hayden Jeanquart placed fourth for the best finish by an Eagle wrestler.


You can find the complete individual results for L-C and Southern Door below from



Battle on the Bay 2021 Results for Luxemburg-Casco


Jake Jandrin (7-2) placed 2nd and scored 51.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-2 won by fall over Chase Desmore (Brookfield East) 1-3 (Fall 1:37)

Champ. Round 3 - Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-2 won by fall over Dayton Klubertanz (Franklin) 0-3 (Fall 3:11)

Semifinal - Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-2 won by decision over Landen Heim (Bay Port) 6-3 (Dec 7-5)

1st Place Match - Mycah Beckett (DePere) 5-0 won by fall over Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-2 (Fall 1:34)


Carson Blohowiak (4-1) placed 9th.

Champ. Round 1 - Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Ibes Hamdan (Oconomowoc) 0-3 (Fall 3:18)

Champ. Round 2 - Jacob Hillshafer (West Bend East) 3-2 won by major decision over Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 (MD 9-1)

Champ. Round 3 - Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by tech fall over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 (TF-1.5 2:50 (20-1))

Semifinal - Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by tech fall over Chase Desmore (Brookfield East) 1-3 (TF-1.5 1:46 (16-0))

9th Place Match - Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Cameron Schumacher (Wrightstown) 3-2 (Fall 0:45)


Isaac Jerabek (17-3) placed 3rd and scored 49.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-3 won by tech fall over Louis Hock (Wrightstown) 3-1 (TF-1.5 6:00 (16-0))

Champ. Round 3 - Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-3 won by fall over Connor Grupa (Appleton North) 7-8 (Fall 3:15)

Semifinal - Jayden Yauck (Oconomowoc) 4-1 won by decision over Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-3 (Dec 4-3)

3rd Place Match - Isaac Jerabek (Luxemburg-Casco) 17-3 won by tech fall over Josephine Stachowski (Mukwonago) 8-6 (TF-1.5 2:49 (15-0))


Blakelee Bastien (4-1) placed 2nd and scored 51.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Kevin Biese (Wrightstown) 2-4 (Fall 1:38)

Champ. Round 3 - Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by fall over Levi Koepp (Pewaukee) 4-2 (Fall 3:43)

Semifinal - Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by decision over Nicholas Schomaker (Bay Port) 10-9 (Dec 2-0)

1st Place Match - Andrew Martin (Pewaukee) 26-2 won by decision over Blakelee Bastien (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 (Dec 8-2)


Easton Worachek (24-1) placed 2nd and scored 52.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-1 won by fall over Landon Matuszak (Ashwaubenon) 0-3 (Fall 0:13)

Champ. Round 3 - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-1 won by major decision over Trayton Torres (Elkhorn) 9-7 (MD 11-0)

Semifinal - Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-1 won by fall over DAndre Mixon (Green Bay West/East/Southwest) 5-3 (Fall 1:14)

1st Place Match - Shane Corrigan (DePere) 16-1 won by decision over Easton Worachek (Luxemburg-Casco) 24-1 (Dec 8-2)


Caleb Delebreau (13-6) placed 9th and scored 29.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Caleb Cady (Pewaukee) 4-1 won by decision over Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-6 (Dec 9-3)

Champ. Round 3 - Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-6 won by fall over Alex Yang (Green Bay Preble) 1-4 (Fall 1:10)

Semifinal - Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-6 won by medical forfeit over Jasiah Williams (Oshkosh West) 9-7 (M. For.)

9th Place Match - Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-6 won by fall over Brady Wierzbicki (Mukwonago) 2-2 (Fall 3:19)


Max Ronsman (23-1) placed 1st and scored 59.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-1 won by fall over Matt Bauer (Franklin) 2-3 (Fall 2:39)

Champ. Round 3 - Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-1 won by fall over Max Carlin (Oshkosh West) 10-4 (Fall 1:53)

Semifinal - Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-1 won by fall over Collin Hansen (DePere) 12-5 (Fall 1:18)

1st Place Match - Max Ronsman (Luxemburg-Casco) 23-1 won by tech fall over Jacob Wisinski (Mukwonago) 13-2 (TF-1.5 2:47 (15-0))


Tristan Thiry (5-6) placed 9th and scored 29.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-6 won by fall over Nolan Jerde (Green Bay West/East/Southwest) 4-1 (Fall 1:40)

Champ. Round 2 - Alec Ukkola (West De Pere) 15-6 won by decision over Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-6 (Dec 4-2)

Champ. Round 3 - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-6 won by decision over Ty Summers (Franklin) 6-7 (Dec 4-1)

Semifinal - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-6 won by fall over Lukas Schroeder (Oshkosh West) 5-5 (Fall 5:25)

9th Place Match - Tristan Thiry (Luxemburg-Casco) 5-6 won by fall over Bryce Weinandt (Pewaukee) 12-5 (Fall 4:51)


Hunter Joniaux (13-7) placed 3rd and scored 50.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-7 won by fall over David Sayas (Brookfield East) 3-2 (Fall 1:17)

Champ. Round 2 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-7 won by fall over Austin Schulist (Mukwonago) 2-3 (Fall 0:31)

Champ. Round 3 - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-7 won by fall over Jaden Papenfus (Plymouth) 14-5 (Fall 1:34)

Semifinal - Jacob Ward (Bay Port) 20-4 won by decision over Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-7 (Dec 14-13)

3rd Place Match - Hunter Joniaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 13-7 won by fall over Joah Lund (Kiel) 13-5 (Fall 2:43)


George Herlache (0-4) placed 16th.

Champ. Round 1 - George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Vince Mancini (Elkhorn) 2-3 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-4 (Fall 2:59)

Champ. Round 3 - Clayton Eckstein (Oshkosh West) 5-5 won by tech fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-4 (TF-1.5 3:28 (22-6))

Semifinal - Elliot School (Appleton North) 4-12 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-4 (Fall 3:32)

15th Place Match - Austin Schulist (Mukwonago) 2-3 won by fall over George Herlache (Luxemburg-Casco) 0-4 (Fall 2:50)


Ryan Routhieaux (12-7) placed 6th and scored 36.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-7 won by fall over Connor Faust (Kiel) 9-5 (Fall 4:31)

Champ. Round 3 - Ayden Bruckner (Bay Port) 13-7 won by decision over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-7 (Dec 11-5)

Semifinal - Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-7 won by major decision over RJ Schoenholz (Green Bay Preble) 3-2 (MD 10-2)

5th Place Match - Johnny Botsch (Brookfield East) 13-5 won by decision over Ryan Routhieaux (Luxemburg-Casco) 12-7 (Dec 4-3)


Trace Schoenebeck (7-3) placed 3rd and scored 50.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 won by fall over Connor Paulin (East Troy) 3-6 (Fall 2:09)

Champ. Round 3 - Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 won by fall over Brayden Whittier (Mukwonago) 7-2 (Fall 0:52)

Semifinal - Silas Dailey (Plymouth) 21-3 won by decision over Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 (Dec 7-0)

3rd Place Match - Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 won by fall over Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 (Fall 4:23)


Ezra Waege (3-3) placed 4th and scored 44.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-3 won by fall over Levi Johnson (Brookfield East) 2-5 (Fall 5:06)

Champ. Round 3 - Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-3 won by fall over Dylan Gliniecki (West Bend East) 3-1 (Fall 3:35)

Semifinal - Tanner Rivard (Franklin) 13-5 won by decision over Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-3 (Dec 4-3)

3rd Place Match - Ben Kienbaum (Kiel) 4-1 won by decision over Ezra Waege (Luxemburg-Casco) 3-3 (Dec 7-2)


Sebastian Sauter (4-2) placed 7th and scored 34.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-2 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-2 won by fall over Adam Lois (Oconomowoc) 1-2 (Fall 3:28)

Champ. Round 3 - Dane Krimpelbein (Mukwonago) 7-4 won by fall over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-2 (Fall 3:44)

Semifinal - Braden Zoellner (Elkhorn) 7-7 won by decision over Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-2 (Dec 7-1)

7th Place Match - Sebastian Sauter (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-2 won by fall over Michael Pilon (Mishicot) 0-3 (Fall 0:25)


Luke VanDonsel (2-4) placed 11th and scored 20.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-4 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Taylor Nicholson (Oconomowoc) 13-10 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-4 (Fall 3:08)

Champ. Round 3 - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-4 won by fall over Logan Peterson (Green Bay Preble) 1-2 (Fall 3:03)

Semifinal - Jack Nielsen (Ashwaubenon) 3-1 won by fall over Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-4 (Fall 5:23)

11th Place Match - Luke VanDonsel (Luxemburg-Casco) 2-4 received a bye () (Bye)


Joseph Chervenka (7-7) placed 10th and scored 24.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-7 received a bye () (Bye)

Champ. Round 2 - Troy Dietzler (Ashwaubenon) 5-0 won by fall over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-7 (Fall 0:59)

Champ. Round 3 - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-7 won by fall over Ross Rowland (DePere) 3-2 (Fall 5:47)

Semifinal - Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-7 won by fall over Connor Corrigan (Bay Port) 7-6 (Fall 2:46)

9th Place Match - Curtis Downey (Green Bay West/East/Southwest) 4-2 won by decision over Joseph Chervenka (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-7 (Dec 7-0)


Battle on the Bay 2021 Results for Southern Door


Lukas Kallin (0-3) placed 14th and scored 11.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Landen Heim (Bay Port) 6-3 won by fall over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 1:42)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco) 4-1 won by tech fall over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 (TF-1.5 2:50 (20-1))
  • Semifinal - Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • 13th Place Match - Bryce Whittier (Mukwonago) 3-2 won by fall over Lukas Kallin (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 5:04)


Cameron Ambrosius (1-2) placed 11th and scored 20.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Cameron Ambrosius (Southern Door) 1-2 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Josephine Stachowski (Mukwonago) 8-6 won by fall over Cameron Ambrosius (Southern Door) 1-2 (Fall 2:00)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Cameron Ambrosius (Southern Door) 1-2 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal - Lily Becker (Brookfield East) 4-6 won by fall over Cameron Ambrosius (Southern Door) 1-2 (Fall 2:40)
  • 11th Place Match - Cameron Ambrosius (Southern Door) 1-2 won by fall over Gavin Janquart (West De Pere) 6-12 (Fall 1:37)


Mason Motquin (9-8) placed 14th.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Nicholas Schomaker (Bay Port) 10-9 won by fall over Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 (Fall 1:00)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Brett Soquet (Denmark) 20-4 won by fall over Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 (Fall 3:34)
  • Semifinal - Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 won by decision over Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 (Dec 8-7)
  • 13th Place Match - Ty Trayner (West Bend East) 12-5 won by fall over Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 (Fall 4:52)


Spencer Slezewski (12-11) placed 16th and scored 7.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Levi Koepp (Pewaukee) 4-2 won by fall over Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 (Fall 4:48)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Kevin Biese (Wrightstown) 2-4 won by fall over Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 (Fall 1:48)
  • Semifinal - Mason Motquin (Southern Door) 9-8 won by decision over Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 (Dec 8-7)
  • 15th Place Match - Ethan Agnew (West De Pere) 9-8 won by decision over Spencer Slezewski (Southern Door) 12-11 (Dec 6-3)


Ethan Alexander (0-3) placed 15th and scored 9.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Aiden Crawley (Brookfield East) 13-5 won by tech fall over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) 0-3 (TF-1.5 1:43 (16-0))
  • Champ. Round 3 - Alex Needham (Mukwonago) 9-8 won by major decision over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) 0-3 (MD 14-3)
  • Semifinal - Brooke Schuenemann (Plymouth) 9-6 won by decision over Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) 0-3 (Dec 16-15)
  • 15th Place Match - Ethan Alexander (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)


Trevor Englebert (9-12) placed 8th and scored 29.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) 9-12 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) 9-12 won by fall over Kade Novak (Plymouth) 14-7 (Fall 3:10)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Eyan Dessellier (Kiel) 16-4 won by fall over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) 9-12 (Fall 1:28)
  • Semifinal - Caleb Cady (Pewaukee) 4-1 won by fall over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) 9-12 (Fall 1:40)
  • 7th Place Match - Alec Bergelin (Denmark) 14-10 won by decision over Trevor Englebert (Southern Door) 9-12 (Dec 9-5)


Lucas Conard (0-3) placed 20th and scored 2.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Matt Bauer (Franklin) 2-3 won by fall over Lucas Conard (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 2:31)
  • Cons. Round 1 - Lucas Conard (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Lucas Conard (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal - Corbin Krueger (Seymour) 4-3 won by fall over Lucas Conard (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 1:07)
  • 19th Place Match - Raed Soudah (Brookfield East) 3-2 won by fall over Lucas Conard (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 1:11)


Thomas Grosbeier (5-8) placed 15th and scored 9.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 5-8 won by decision over Jordan Lensmire (Plymouth) 7-8 (Dec 4-2)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Jake Stoffel (Appleton North) 20-2 won by fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 5-8 (Fall 1:12)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Lukas Schroeder (Oshkosh West) 5-5 won by fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 5-8 (Fall 2:39)
  • Semifinal - Ty Summers (Franklin) 6-7 won by tech fall over Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 5-8 (TF-1.5 4:00 (16-0))
  • 15th Place Match - Thomas Grosbeier (Southern Door) 5-8 won by decision over Josh Roth (Pewaukee) 0-4 (Dec 8-3)


Thomas Jackson (0-3) placed 22nd and scored 0.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Carter Kallies (Bay Port) 13-6 won by fall over Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 0:54)
  • Cons. Round 1 - Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Sawyer Beckwith (East Troy) 4-5 won by fall over Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) 0-3 (Fall 1:39)
  • Semifinal - Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) 0-3 received a bye () (Bye)
  • 21st Place Match - Diesel Dekeyser (DePere) 2-2 won by decision over Thomas Jackson (Southern Door) 0-3 (Dec 12-6)


Zach Lynch (3-2) placed 18th and scored 10.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Isaiah Pennenberg (Wrightstown) 7-11 won by major decision over Zach Lynch (Southern Door) 3-2 (MD 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 1 - Zach Lynch (Southern Door) 3-2 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 - Zach Lynch (Southern Door) 3-2 won by fall over Zander Big Mountain (Oconomowoc) 2-2 (Fall 3:40)
  • Semifinal - Zach Lynch (Southern Door) 3-2 won by injury default over Bryce Grossheim (Mishicot) 0-3 (Inj. 0:29)
  • 17th Place Match - Peyton Bruner (Pewaukee) 9-8 won by fall over Zach Lynch (Southern Door) 3-2 (Fall 2:29)


Hayden Jeanquart (8-10) placed 4th and scored 44.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 won by fall over Carter Gilson (Wrightstown) 0-2 (Fall 3:17)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 won by fall over Jaiden Fronczak (Oshkosh West) 3-2 (Fall 2:47)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 won by fall over Colton Zipp (Bay Port) 1-3 (Fall 1:17)
  • Semifinal - Elijah Shefchik (Denmark) 19-5 won by fall over Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 (Fall 3:00)
  • 3rd Place Match - Trace Schoenebeck (Luxemburg-Casco) 7-3 won by fall over Hayden Jeanquart (Southern Door) 8-10 (Fall 4:23)


Brodie Overbeck (13-7) placed 8th and scored 29.0 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 - Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 13-7 received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 - Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 13-7 won by fall over Curtis Downey (Green Bay West/East/Southwest) 4-2 (Fall 1:16)
  • Champ. Round 3 - Steven Martinezdelacotera (Franklin) 11-6 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 13-7 (Fall 2:53)
  • Semifinal - Vaughn Campbell (Bay Port) 11-8 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 13-7 (Fall 5:01)
  • 7th Place Match - Andy Champe (Brookfield East) 12-6 won by fall over Brodie Overbeck (Southern Door) 13-7 (Fall 3:37)


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Packers renew rivalry with Bears Sunday

Fresh off the bye week, the Green Bay Packers will host the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field on Sunday evening.  The Packers are coming off a win over the Los Angeles Rams two weeks ago, while the Bears lost to the Arizona Cardinals 33-22 last Sunday.


Aaron Rodgers, who is battling through a toe injury, has a chance to become the winningest quarterback in Packer history against the Bears.  He is currently tied with Brett Favre with 22 victories.  The league’s oldest rivalry stands at 102-95-6 with the Packers having the edge.


Green Bay (9-3) can get closer to clinching the North Division and making the playoffs with a win over Chicago (4-8).


Kick-off is set for 7:20 pm at Lambeau Field.  

UCLA too much for Marquette

The Marquette Golden Eagles came on strong at the end but it was not enough to overcome the #4 UCLA Bruins who prevailed 67-56 Saturday night at Fiserv Forum. 


The game was rescheduled for eight hours later than the original time of 1:30 pm when UCLA had flight delays coming into Milwaukee.


UCLA jumped out to a 31-11 lead and never where seriously challenged after that.  Leading by as much as 23 points, the Bruins held the Golden Eagles to just 33.3 percent in shooting. 


Marquette was led by Greg Elliott who scored 22 points with six three-pointers.  Justin Lewis added 12 points and nine rebounds.


UCLA was led by Jaime Jacquez, Jr. with 24 points and 11 rebounds.


Marquette (8-2)  will now start Big East action next Saturday against Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio at 3pm.   

Gamblers topple Capitols on 104.1 WRLU

The Green Bay Gamblers avenged Friday’s loss to the Madison Capitols with a convincing 6-2 win on Saturday on the New Radio Sports Network and 104.1 WRLU. 


Alex Servagno scored at the 5:05 mark of the first period and the Gamblers never trailed all night.  In the second period, Jackson Hallum, Carter Batchelder, and Cameron Lund scored goals and the Gambers took a commanding 4-0 lead. 


Madison scored two goals to close the gap to 4-2 going into the third period, but Brody Lamb struck back along with Lund’s second goal to close out the scoring for the Gamblers.  In the net, Rastislav Elias had a stellar night with 38 saves for Green Bay. 


The Gamblers and Capitols will face off again on Thursday night in Madison starting at 7:05 pm.   

Badgers beaten by Buckeyes

The #22 Wisconsin Badgers could not overcome cold shooting on as they fell to the road, as the #21 Ohio State Buckeyes defeated Bucky 73-55 in Big Ten basketball Saturday. 


Starting fast by taking a 19-11 lead, Wisconsin went cold from the field and saw Ohio State go on a 12-0 run and never relinquish the lead. 


Johnny Davis led the Badgers with 24 points and Brad Davison added 13, but it was not enough as the Buckeyes snapped the Badgers’ six game winning streak. The Badgers finished the game shooting only 34 percent and was outrebounded by a 49-28.


Wisconsin will now look to bounce back as they play host to Nichols State in a nonconference game at the Kohl Center on Wednesday.

Second period dooms Gamblers, battle Capitols again Saturday on 104.1 WRLU

Four unanswered goals by the Madison Capitols gave the Green Bay Gamblers their first loss of the month on Friday by a 4-1 score.


The Capitols peppered goalie Aaron Randazzo with 41 shots on the night. They followed a scoreless first period with two goals by Barrett Brooks and one goal by Nick DeSantis. Reid Pabich scored the final goal for the Capitols while Jarod Crespo registered his second goal of the season with just over two minutes left in the game.


The Gamblers will get a second crack at the Capitols Saturday night at the Resch Center. Tobin Meyer will have the call on 104.1 WRLU and with the puck drop at 7:05 p.m.

Wrestling round-up: Kewaunee's Steinhorst captures Neenah title

Kewaunee's Logan Steinhorst won the first tournament title of the weekend as three other teams will head to invites on Saturday.


A third-period pin of Two Rivers' Justin Klinkner clinched the Neenah title at 170 pounds for Steinhorst while Max Severin lost his championship bid in a 9-7 decision to Burlington's Austin Reeseman at 145 pounds. The Storm finished in sixth place with just under 85 points. Oak Creek won the team title with 223 points.


On Saturday, Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco head to the Howard-Suamico area for the Battle on the Bay Tournament at Bay Port High School beginning at 8  a.m. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol travel to Brillion for their own tournament with the first match scheduled for 9:30 a.m.


Neenah Varsity Invite Results for Kewaunee


Mitchell VanGoethem (7-6) placed 6th and scored 7.5 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 7-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Guy Fraley (Homestead) 4-3 won by decision over Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Dec 10-3)

Cons. Round 2 - Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 7-6 won by tech fall over Hunter Kasten (Cedarburg) 6-4 (TF-1.5 5:53 (17-2))

Cons. Round 3 - Nolan Myszkewicz (Burlington) 6-4 won by fall over Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Fall 1:56)

5th Place Match - Austin Schmallenberg (New London) 7-6 won by fall over Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Fall 5:23)


Max Severin (9-3) placed 2nd and scored 20.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 9-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 9-3 won by decision over Jonah Stammer (Homestead) 3-2 (Dec 5-2)

Semifinal - Max Severin (Kewaunee) 9-3 won by fall over Collin Windorski (Oak Creek) 4-4 (Fall 3:21)

1st Place Match - Austin Reeseman (Burlington) 8-2 won by decision over Max Severin (Kewaunee) 9-3 (Dec 9-7)


Logan Steinhorst (10-1) placed 1st and scored 24.0 team points.

Quarterfinal - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 10-1 received a bye () (Bye)

Semifinal - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 10-1 won by fall over Harper Shimanek (Two Rivers) 4-6 (Fall 1:40)

1st Place Match - Logan Steinhorst (Kewaunee) 10-1 won by fall over Justin Klinkner (Two Rivers) 5-4 (Fall 5:12)


Kemper Robinson (7-6) placed 6th and scored 7.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee) 7-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee) 7-6 won by decision over Damien Gretz (Two Rivers) 3-5 (Dec 5-1)

Semifinal - Hunter Jibben (Oak Creek) 4-1 won by fall over Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Fall 2:00)

Cons. Round 3 - Adam Kochiu (Oak Creek) 6-2 won by fall over Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Fall 1:19)

5th Place Match - Tommy O`Leary (Homestead) 7-6 won by fall over Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee) 7-6 (Fall 0:46)


Matthew Boeder (3-3) placed 6th and scored 6.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - De Evian Ross (New London) 11-2 won by fall over Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 (Fall 2:00)

Cons. Round 2 - Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 won by decision over Josh Braverman (Homestead) 1-2 (Dec 6-3)

Cons. Round 3 - Caleb Letson (Neenah) 7-3 won by fall over Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 (Fall 1:25)

5th Place Match - Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 won by major decision over Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 (MD 11-2)


Ezra Ducat (6-6) placed 5th and scored 9.0 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 received a bye () (Bye)

Quarterfinal - Zeke Tiedt (Burlington) 9-1 won by fall over Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 (Fall 1:32)

Cons. Round 2 - Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 won by decision over Joe Garczynski (Berlin) 2-8 (Dec 5-0)

Cons. Round 3 - De Evian Ross (New London) 11-2 won by fall over Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 (Fall 3:07)

5th Place Match - Ezra Ducat (Kewaunee) 6-6 won by major decision over Matthew Boeder (Kewaunee) 3-3 (MD 11-2)


Jacob VanGoethem (6-6) placed 5th and scored 11.0 team points.

Quarterfinal - Jacob VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-6 won by fall over Carsmen Reddick (New London) 2-4 (Fall 1:38)

Semifinal - Bryce Fochs (Neenah) 10-0 won by fall over Jacob VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-6 (Fall 0:44)

Cons. Semi - Nate Cleveland (Neenah) 2-2 won by fall over Jacob VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-6 (Fall 3:08)

5th Place Match - Jacob VanGoethem (Kewaunee) 6-6 won by fall over Carsmen Reddick (New London) 2-4 (Fall 1:53)

Boys' basketball game: Two games postponed, Southern Door wins

Only two of the four games scheduled for Friday night were able to get off the ground.


Sturgeon Bay's game against Peshtigo was postponed until December 20th. Algoma's matchup against Oconto was also postponed, but no date was named.


Southern Door was able to pick up a victory, beating Sevastopol 77-64. Gibraltar was edged out by NEW Lutheran at home 64-62.

Girls' basketball round-up: L-C outfoxed, Gibraltar plays Coleman Saturday

Only one girls' basketball game remains this week after Luxemburg-Casco fell to Fox Valley Lutheran Friday night.


The Lady Spartans fell behind early and never recovered in its 54-36 loss to the Fox Valley Lutheran in NEC action. The Foxes were able to hit five three-pointers while the Spartans could not connect from distance. That helped the Foxes get out to a 33-24 first-half lead.  Taylor Thiry led all Spartans with 11 points while Alayna Feldt paced the Foxes with 22 points. Two other players pitched in 12 points for the Foxes in their victory.


In Saturday action, Gibraltar visits Coleman for a 3 p.m.contest. 

Boys' baskeball round-up: Spartans sink Marines, Packerland games on tap Friday

Luxemburg-Casco used a big first half to propel them to a win while local Packerland teams gear up for Friday's games.


The Spartans used a 41-17 halftime advantage to coast to a 74-48 victory over Marinette on Thursday. 


Friday's Packerland games scheduled to be played include Sturgeon Bay hosting Peshtigo, Sevastopol traveling to Southern Door, Gibraltar hosting NEW Lutheran, and Algoma staying home against Oconto. The opening tip is 7:30 p.m.

Girls' basketball round-up: Sevastopol cruises, L-C hosts Fox Valley Lutheran

It will be Luxemburg-Casco's turn to play Friday night after the Packerland Conference took its turn on Thursday night.


In Packerland Conference action, Sevastopol cruised past Southern Door 58-28, Kewaunee toppled Manawa 55-26, Gibraltar lost to NEW Lutheran 59-34, and Algoma fell to Oconto 59-43. Sturgeon Bay's game against Peshtigo was postponed.


Luxemburg-Casco is scheduled to play an NEC game against Fox Valley Lutheran at 7 p.m.

Spartans wrestlers pick up win vs. Brillion

Luxemburg-Casco's lower weights had to carry the bill for the wrestling team as they beat Brillion 40-26 as a part of a quad meet Thursday night.


The Lions won the first five matches to give themselves a 21-6 advantage early. The Spartans would capture nearly every match after that with Blakelee Bastien, Easton Worachek, Caleb Delebreau, Max Ronsman, Tristan Thiry, and Trace Schoenebeck collecting bonus points in their matches.


The Spartans were also scheduled to wrestle Fox Valley Lutheran and Waupaca, but no results were submitted to local media. The Spartans will join Southern Door at the Battle on the Bay on Saturday.

Gamblers play home-and-home against Madison

The Green Bay Gamblers will play a home-and-home weekend slate against the Madison Capitols for the second time this season beginning on Friday.


The Gamblers got December off on the right note with a pair of 4-3 victories last weekend in Rochester, New York over the Youngstown Phantoms. That came after the Gamblers only had one victory total in the entire month of November. The Capitols split a pair of matchups last weekend against Team USA, winning on Friday 6-3 before losing on Saturday 7-5.


The Gamblers play in Madison on Friday before they host the Capitols on Saturday night at the Resch Center. Tobin Meyer will have the call Saturday night on 104.1 WRLU and with the puck drop at 7:05 p.m.

Heat burns Bucks in second half

A  seven-point halftime lead was doused by the Miami Heat Wednesday night as the Milwaukee Bucks went on to lose the game 113-104 in Miami.


Playing without their star player Jimmy Butler, the Heat were on fire from behind the three-point line as they drilled 22 three-pointers in the victory. The Heat knocked down 14 such shots in the second half alone to aid their comeback. Leading the way for the Heat was Caleb Martin, who scored 28 points in the spot start while hitting six of his eight three-point attempts. Giannis Antetokounmpo was not allowed to be a big factor, only scoring 15 points in the loss. Jrue Holiday led the Bucks with 27 points while Khris Middleton added 20 points.


The Bucks are back in action Friday when they play the Houston Rockets.  

Spartans boys host Marinette

The Luxemburg-Casco boys' basketball team looks for their first win of the season on Thursday night when they stay home to face Marinette.


The Spartans' Peyton Mrotek is on the leaderboard for all three major categories, leading the team with 19 points a game and second in rebounds (6 RPG) and assists (2 APG). The team lost their last game to Pulaski 67-59 after going into the half with a three-point halftime lead. The Marines are 1-4 on the year with Jake and Sam Sommerfeldt combining to score more than 25 points a game, which accounts for 47 percent of the team's scoring. They lost to Fox Valley Lutheran 69-42 their last time out to fall to 0-2 in the NEC.


The opening tip is set for 7 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco wrestling heads to Brillion for quad meet

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team looks to continue their perfect start to the season on the road at Brillion.


The Spartans will face the host Lions as well as NEC opponents Fox Valley Lutheran and Waupaca. The first matches are set to begin at 5 p.m.


In wrestling action earlier this week, Southern Door swept its duals against Gillett/Suring and Crivitz and Kewaunee were nipped by Green Bay United 39-36 despite being forced to forfeit six weight classes. 

Girls' Basketball Recap:  Luxemburg-Casco tops Waupaca

The girls’ high school basketball action continued in the area on Tuesday night as three local Packerland Conference teams came up short in non-conference games.


The Algoma Wolves fell to Chilton 56-45, while the Southern Door Eagles lost to Brillon and Gibraltar could not overcome a 16-point deficit at halftime, losing to Crivitz 50-40 in Fish Creek.


In NEC action, Luxemburg-Casco Spartan girls defeated the Waupaca Comets on Tuesday 55-36. 

Bucks battle Heat

The Milwaukee Bucks look to keep on the winning track as they travel to Miami to take on the Heat on Wednesday night in NBA action.  The Bucks are coming off a 112-104 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers where Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 points on his 27th birthday.  Having won ten of their last eleven games the Bucks are 16-9.  The Miami Heat are 14-11.  Tip-off at FTX Arena in Miami is set for 6:30 pm.  

Badger basketball opens Big Ten schedule against Indiana

The #22 ranked Wisconsin Badgers will look to make it six-in-a-row Wednesday night in Madison as they host the Indiana Hoosiers in a Big Ten opener.  The Badgers have won five straight, including a win over in-state rival Marquette on Saturday.  Brad Davison is coming off two strong performances where he has scored 20 and 27 points respectively, earning co-Big Ten Player of the Week honors.  Indiana (7-1, 1-0 BIG TEN) leads the all-time series 97-77.  Tip-off at the Kohl Center is set for 6 pm.    

Girls' basketball round-up: Sevastopol beats Roncalli

The Sevastopol Pioneers picked up a non-conference win on Monday while most of the Packerland Conference plays Tuesday night.


The Pioneers beat Roncalli 44-39 to improve to 4-1 on the season. 


Packerland games scheduled for Tuesday include Gibraltar hosting Crivitz (7:30 p.m.), Kewaunee visiting Valders (7:15 p.m.), Southern Door heading to Brillion (7 p.m.), and Algoma playing at home against Chilton (7 p.m.).


Luxemburg-Casco will play a NEC game against Waupaca at 6 p.m. in Luxemburg.

Boys' basketball preview: Gibraltar, Kewaunee meet

A full slate of boys' basketball is on tap for Tuesday evening.


Four of the games will be Packerland Conference matchups when Kewaunee hosts Gibraltar, Southern Door visits Peshtigo, Algoma tangles with NEW Lutheran in Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay heads to Oconto. Those games tip-off at 7:30 p.m.


Sevastopol will host Stockbridge for a 6 p.m. matchup while Luxemburg-Casco visits Pulaski for a 7:15 p.m. tip.

Wrestling preview: Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door travel to Gillett

Wrestling teams from Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol will be in the same gym on Tuesday night.


The Eagles and Clippineers will travel to Gillett to face Crivitz and Gillett/Suring in a double-dual. The two Door County schools will not officially meet until their dual meet on February 3rd. 


The Eagles went 3-2 in their varsity dual meet tournament at Stratford with sophomores Mason Motquin, Spencer Slezewski, and Trevor Englebert each went 4-1 and placed second in their weight classes. Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol took 14th in the Kimberly Papermaker Invitational.


The first dual begins at 6 p.m.


Kewaunee will head to Green Bay West High School to face Green Bay United for a 6:30 p.m. first whistle.

Bucks take out Cavs

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 points on his 27th birthday to lead the Milwaukee Bucks past the Cleveland Cavaliers 112-104 on Monday night. 


The defending NBA Finals MVP connected on all three of his three-point attempts and collected 12 rebounds en route to the victory. His 15 points in the fourth quarter proved to be critical as the Cavs were able to get to within two points in the game's final frame. Jrue Holiday had 20 points, eight assists, and seven rebounds while Khris Middleton chipped in 21 points and eight assists. The Bucks are unbeatable when the Bucks' big three are in the lineup together, going 11-0 so far this season. Jarrett Allen led the Cavaliers with 25 points while four other players reached double figures in the loss. 


The Bucks are back in action on Wednesday when their four-game road trip begins in Miami.

Sevastopol girls travel to Roncalli

The Sevastopol girls' basketball team is kicking off its week with a road trip to Manitowoc to face Roncalli.


The Pioneers suffered their first setback of the season last Tuesday when it lost to Peshtigo 58-45. Their defense still hasn't allowed more than 60 points in a game and the Pioneers did not even allow more than 40 points prior to their matchup against the Bulldogs. The Jets are 1-3 on the season, losing their last game to Valders 39-24. They beat Southern Door earlier this year 45-30, but otherwise have struggled to break the 30 point mark. 


Tip is set for 7 p.m.

Door County United wins first swim meet

Door County United edged out Sheboygan North for its first win of the season at Plymouth on Saturday. 


DCU beat Sheboygan North 376.5-374 to claim the victory. Jacob Norton (50 Free, 100 Breast) won a pair of individual wins on the season. The 200 Medley Relay, James Pollock (500 Free), Drew Rass (100 Breast) and Ethan Almstedt (100 Free) took home second place finishes.



200 Medley R: 1, Green Bay United (Natha Gehm, Mikhail Neverman, Kyler Simonet, Cayden DePas) 1:45.57; 2, Door County United (Race Kasten, Drew Rass, Connor Thompson, Jacob Norton) 1:45.66; 3, Plymouth (Ben Coley, Ryan Selk, Forest Olsen, Jacob Gruttner) 1:49.22; 4, Berlin/Green Lake (Jeff Manata, Derek Zamzow, Erik Olmen, Kaden Fritz) 1:50.35. 

200 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover ANE 1:48.87; 2, Dylan Dettloff SN 1:55.23; 3, Ethan Almstedt DCU 1:58.23; 4, Trevor Graham SN 2:02.17. 

200 IM: 1, William Hayon SN 1:57.64; 2, Forest Olsen PLY 2:08.51; 3, Logan Pond SN 2:17.80; 4, Nathan Gehm GBU 2:18.17. 

50 Free: 1, Jacob Norton DCU :23.18; 2, Caleb Webb SN :23.55; 3, Reid Graham ANE :23.56; 4, Ian Zabel MAN :23.69. 

100 Fly: 1, Mikhail Neverman GBU :54.80; 2, Forest Olsen PLY :55.76; 3, Kuyler Simonet GBU :56.23; 4, Erik Olmen B/GL 1:00.04. 

100 Free: 1, Dylan Dettloff SN :48.90; 2, Ethan Almstedt DCU :52.65; 3, Evan Hansel ANE :52.81; 4, Cayden DePas GBU :53.41. 

500 Free: 1, Ian Ridlehoover ANE 5:01.06; 2, James Pollock DCU 5:50.40; 3 Sam Biddle SN 5:54.87; 4, Kaden Fritz B/GL 5:59.10. 

200 Free R: 1, Sheboygan North (William Hayon, Logan Pond, Caleb Webb, Dylan Dettloff) 1:28.47; 2, Door County United (Ethan Almsted, Connor Thompson, Drew Rass, Jacob Norton) 1:35.04; 3, Appleton North/East (Reid Graham, Evan Hansel, Nik Hall, Ian Ridlehoover) 1:36.75; 4, Berlin/Green Lake (Derek Zamzow, Jeff Manata, Erik Olmen, Kaden Fritz) 1:39.98. 

100 Back: 1, William Hayon SN :52.12; 2, Mikhail Neverman GBU :56.69; 3, Ben Coley PLY :57.72; 4, Race Kasten DCU :58.65

100 Breast: 1, Jacob Norton DCU 1:02.98; 2, Drew Rass DCU 1:04.72; 3, Derek Zamzow B/GL 1:04.97; 4, Logan Pond SN 1:07.71. 

400 Free R: 1, Sheboygan North (William Hayon, Logan Pond, Caleb Webb, Dylan Dettloff) 3:18.71; 2, Plymouth (Jacob Gruttner, Human du Plessis, Ben Coley, Forest Olsen) 3:30.55; 3, Green Bay United (Kyler Simonet, Nathan Gehm, Cayden DePas, Mikhail Neverman) 3:32.67; 4, Door County United (Ethan Almstedt, Race Kasten, Logan Filar, James Pollock) 3:35.88.

Wrestling round-up: Kewaunee's Steinhorst takes 3rd, Luxemburg-Casco sweeps

All of the area's wrestling teams showed grit in their first weekend action of the season on Saturday.


Luxemburg-Casco won five of its matches at the Spartan Duals, beating the likes of Holmen, Bay Port, Oshkosh West, Port Washington, and Sheboygan Falls. Jake Jandrin, Easton Worachek, Blakelee Bastien, Max Ronsman, Trace Schoenebeck, and Ezra Waege all went 5-0 on the day. 


Kewaunee took seventh and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol took 14th in the Kimberly Papermaker Invitational. The Storm's Logan Steinhorst took third place to lead all local wrestlers. 


Southern Door went 3-2 for a third-place finish in the Stratford Duals on Saturday. Sophomores Mason Motquin, Spencer Slezewski, and Trevor Englebert each went 4-1 and placed second in their weight classes.

Bucks prepare for Cavs

The Milwaukee Bucks may try to once again do it without their top player as they host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night.


Antetokounmpo is currently listed as day-to-day with right calf soreness and did not play in the Bucks' 124-102 win over Miami over the weekend. Pat Connaughton drilled seven 3-pointers en route to a 23 point evening while Bobby Portis grabbed a career-high-tying 16 rebounds and added 19 points in Antetokounmpo's absence.


The Cavs saw its four-game winning streak come to an end with Sunday's 109-108 loss to the Utah Jazz despite a strong effort from surging guard Dairus Garland.


The opening tip is set for 7 p.m.


Bucks torch Heat

Playing without six players including Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks had little trouble defeating the Miami Heat at Fiserv Forum Saturday night with a 124-102.  Miami was without Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo and could only manage to shoot 40 percent from the field.


The Bucks took a 34-23 lead after one quarter and never were seriously challenged after that.  Pat Connaughton had 23 points and Khris Middleton added 22 more, as the Bucks built a 31 point lead at one point in the second half.  Bobby Portis chipped in 19 points and 16 rebounds while bringing his usual energy to the court.  Miami (14-10) was led by Max Strus with 25 points.    


Milwaukee (15-9) will now play host to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night with tip scheduled for 7 pm.  

Gamblers top Youngstown in OT

The Green Bay Gamblers upended the Youngstown Phantoms in USHL Saturday with a 4-3 win that took an extra session.  Gambler’s Damien Carfagna scored with 4:54 left in overtime to score the decisive goal.  Alex Servagno and Matt Deboer assisted on the winning goal as the Gamblers were able to come back from a two-goal deficit. 


After a scoreless first period, the Gambers got two goals from Ryan Greene to tie the game at 2-2.  Youngstown scored a goal late in the second period before Cameron Lund tied the game at 3-3 at the 4:59 mark of the third period. 

Badgers, Davis too much for Marquette

Johnny Davis scored 25 points and the #23 Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Marquette Golden Eagles 89-76 in the state's biggest college basketball rivalry on Saturday in Madison.


The first half saw both teams struggle from the field and Wisconsin managed to take a 34-31 lead into halftime.  


The Badgers used a balance attack to keep Marquette off balance in the second half.  Brad Davison scored 20 points for the game along with Davis to lead the Badgers, who also got 15 points from Steven Crowl and Tyler Wahl.


Justin Lewis led Marquette with 15 points as the Golden Eagles could not defeat the Badgers for the second consecutive year.


Wisconsin (7-1) will host Indiana on Wednesday to open Big Ten play, while Marquette (7-2) will travel to Kansas State on Wednesday.

Girls' basketball: Kewaunee cruises to victory

The Kewaunee Storm showed Friday why they may be one of the top teams in the Packerland Conference for girls' basketball.


The Storm cruised past Gibraltar 72-20 with three players scoring in double figures including 23 from Taylor Schleis. Andie Schar got nine points in the loss for the Vikings.


Algoma outscored NEW Lutheran 27-19 in the second half to capture the 45-37 victory. Ryley Zimmerman scored 17 points to lead the Wolves. 


Sturgeon Bay gave up 54 first-half points in an 84-38 defeat to Oconto.


Taylor Jandrin was named the new head coach for Southern Door ahead of their game against Peshtigo. 

Boys' basketball round-up: Sevastopol tops Wausaukee

Sevastopol captured a victory while Luxemburg-Casco lost to highlight Friday night boys' hoops action.


The Pioneers toppled Wausaukee 65-38 behind 21 points from Jack deYoung.


The Spartans received 18 points from Peyton Mrotek but could not keep up with Fox Valley Lutheran during a 97-58 defeat. 


On the docket for Saturday is Gibraltar hosting Laona/Wabeno at 2:30 p.m. and Sturgeon Bay traveling to Bonduel for a 3:30 p.m. tip.

Wrestling preview: Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door in action

All of the local teams will face stiff competition in wrestling action on Saturday.


Southern Door will get its first taste of action this season when it heads to Stratford. In addition to the host school, the Eagles will also face Wausau East, Barron Area Schools, Phillips, and Crandon. Wrestling begins at 9 a.m.


Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol have the opportunity to wrestle against each other when they head to Kimberly. Other teams competing in the tournament include Grafton, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Amery, Appleton North, Ashwaubenon, Berlin, Coleman, Dodgeland, Freedom, Green Lake/Princeton, Kewaunee, Manitowoc Lincoln, Merrill, and Sun Prairie East. Wrestling begins there at 8 a.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will host a series of dual meets beginning at 9 a.m. They will welcome Bay Port, Holmen, Oshkosh West, Port Washington and Sheboygan Falls.

Gamblers hold on to beat Phantoms

The Green Bay Gamblers started the month of December and the American Cup Series in Rochester, New York on a happy note with a 4-3 win over the Youngstown Phantoms.


The Gamblers jumped out to a 2-0 lead behind goals from Trey Zagrzebski and Ethan Straky. They would make it 3-1 in the second period when Cameron Lund scored his sixth goal of the season. The Phantoms' Winter Wallace and Adam Ingram tied the game up in the third, but Will Staring scored a goal with nine minutes left to earn the two points for the Gamblers. Aaron Randazzo earned the win, stopping 26 of 29 shots.


The two teams battle again at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. 

Gamblers, Phantoms showcase event as a part of youth tournament in Rochester

The Green Bay Gamblers could find themselves playing in front of hundreds of kids Friday and Saturday nights as they battle Youngstown in the USHL's inaugural American Cup.


The event hosted by the league will feature a pair of regular-season USHL games between the Phantoms and the Gamblers as well as a youth tournament with 17 teams,. It brings hockey fans in the Rochester, New York area an exclusive look at two of the USHL’s Clubs as well as a bevy of young hockey talent. 


The Gamblers are trying to shake out of a November funk that only saw them win once in the entire month of November. The Phantoms provided a rough welcome back party after the Gamblers played the first half of the month on the road, winning the game 7-2. 


Each team will have an opportunity to be the home team during the weekend with both games taking place at 6:30 p.m.

Wrestling round-up: Luxemburg-Casco wins first dual

Luxemburg-Casco picked up its first dual meet of the year as Kewaunee County's two wrestling teams were in action on Thursday.


The Spartans picked up six pins and a technical fall among their victories in its 63-12 win over Marinette.


Kewaunee lost its dual against Shiocton and also faced Lena and Manawa in a quadrangular meet. 


Girls' basketball round-up: Luxemburg-Casco gets conference victory

Luxemburg-Casco's strong second half sent them to the W column Thursday night ahead of a busy weekend for girls' basketball.


The Spartans outscored Denmark by 12 points in the second half to win its NEC matchup 52-39.


Packerland Conference games scheduled for Friday night include Sturgeon Bay battling Oconto at home, Southern Door hosting Peshtigo, Kewaunee traveling to Gibraltar, and Algoma playing NEW Lutheran in its friendly confines. Tips are scheduled for 7:30 p.m.


In women's college basketball, Luxemburg-Casco alum Cassie Schiltz led the way with 16 points as the Green Bay Phoenix coasted to a 63-44 victory on the road over Robert Morris. Two other Phoenix players reached double figures in the win that started with a slim 20-18 lead after one quarter. The Phoenix defense clamped down after that as they held double-digit scoring advantages in the second and third quarter en route to the 19 point victory. 

Boys' basketball round-up: Kewaunee secures Packerland win

The Kewaunee Storm was the only team to earn a victory on Thursday with more boys' basketball in store for the weekend.


Sawyer Pribek and Cameron Cullen helped lead the Storm past Algoma 78-60 despite 28 points from Carter Zimmerman.


Preston Newton scored 17 points but it wasn't enough to dig out of a first half deficit as Sturgeon Bay lost to NEW Lutheran 67-57.


Jack deYoung scored 12 points but Sevastopol could not keep up with a tough Peshtigo team in its 83-46 loss. 


Southern Door saw a slim one-point lead at halftime slip away in its 67-60 loss to Oconto.


High school basketball on deck for Friday includes Sevastopol hosting Wausaukee (7:30 p.m.) and Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Fox Valley Lutheran (7:00 p.m.). 


In college basketball, Green Bay got 23 points from Manny Ansong and double figures from two other players as the Phoenix blew past Robert Morris in the second half at the Resch Center to win 70-58. The Phoenix turned 12 Colonials turnovers into 18 points and had assists on 20 of the 28 field goals made from the field in the victory. 

Girls' basketball preview: Luxemburg-Casco looks for first victory

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' basketball team hopes to score their first win of the season Thursday when they host one of their biggest rivals.


The Spartans face Denmark after falling to Green Bay Southwest 74-51 earlier this week. Taylor Thiry led the way with 22 points while Natalie Neubert chipped another 16 points.  The Vikings are an even 2-2 on the season, feasting on Packerland teams like Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door while losing its conference game against Freedom and Denmark Tournament participant Two Rivers. The tip is set for 7 p.m.


In women's college basketball, Green Bay heads east for a pair of games beginning at Robert Morris at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Boys basketball preview: Packerland Conference continues conference play

The Packerland Conference is busy with boys' basketball Thursday night.


With games beginning at 7:30 p.m., Kewaunee visits Algoma, Sevastopol hosts Peshtigo, Southern Door plays at home against Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay sticks around town to battle NEW Lutheran.


In college basketball, Wisconsin helped the conference clinch the ACC/Big Ten Challenge with a 70-66 victory against Georgia Tech. They will stay in town on Saturday to host Marquette, which won its game against Jackson State earlier this week. Green Bay opens its Resch Center schedule on Thursday with a 7 p.m. tip against Robert Morris. 

Girls Basketball Roundup:  five local teams take losses

The hardwoods were busy with girls’ high school basketball in the area on Tuesday night with a mix of conference and non-conference action.


The Oconto Blue Devils defeated the Southern Door Eagles in Oconto 67-31 in the Packerland Conference.


The Sevastopol Pioneers came up short against the Peshtigo Tigers 58-45. 

The Kewaunee Storm fell to Wrightstown on the road 49-39 in a non-conference matchup.  

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers lost to Green Bay NEW Lutheran 52-42

Luxemburg-Casco fell to Green Bay Southwest 76-51 at home.

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