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Luxemburg-Casco upends Wrightstown, hosts Notre Dame in regional final on 104.1 WRLU

The #2 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans came back to beat the #3 seeded Wrightstown Tigers 4-3 in an exciting WIAA Division 2 regional semi-final baseball game the came down to the final out on Tuesday afternoon in Luxemburg. 


The Spartans fell behind in the fourth inning when Wrightstown scored three runs to take a 3-0 lead, but was able to get an RBI single by Ryland Day to close within two runs.  A huge sixth inning saw the Spartans load the bases on three consecutive singles and managed to manufacture three more runs to capture a 4-3 lead going into the top of the seventh.


 Ryan Routhieaux pitched 4 and 1/3 strong innings before giving way to Owen Deprez, who pitched 2 1/3 innings and picked up 4 strikeouts to keep the Tigers at bay.  Blake Robillard came in and threw one pitch and was able to get a fly out to centerfield to earn the save with two runners on base.




 The Spartans will now face Notre Dame in the regional final on Wednesday after the Tritons knocked off the #1 Freedom Irish 8-1in the other regional semi-final.


Paul Schmitt and Matt Piesler will have the call with the pregame set for 4 pm on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network.  The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 pm from Fred Yagodinski Field at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. 

Vikings down county rivals, host Reedsville on 105.1 The GOAT Wednesday

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball will return to the regional final on Wednesday after beating Sevastopol 9-2 in Fish Creek Tuesday evening.


The Pioneers took the early 2-0 lead when Carter Bieri went home on a throwing error in the first inning and Tom Junion scored an RBI groundout in the second inning. Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg settled in after that, allowing just two hits and no runs while striking out seven Pioneers while pitching a complete game.


The Vikings' bats came alive in the second inning when Kevin Krauel scored on a knock and scored three more times in the third to take control of the game for good. Lindenberg helped his own cause with an RBI in the fourth inning and scored on a Cooper Cole triple in the sixth inning. Krauel registered three hits while Hayden Reetz reached base three times.




Gibraltar will host Reedsville in the regional final Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek. Reedsville has yet to give up a run across two games, beating Algoma 4-0 in their opening-round game and routing Sheboygan Lutheran in five innings 10-0.


Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will carry the action on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 4 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m.

Baseball Division 3 Sectional Roundup: Kewaunee advances, Southern Door season ends

The Kewaunee Storm will host the Brillion Lions in a Division 3 WIAA baseball regional final on Wednesday afternoon after crushing Mishicot 11-1 in five innings on Tuesday.  Brillion defeated Southern Door 4-2 in Brussels to end the Eagles' season.   The Storm will look to win the regional championship on Wednesday at home with first pitch set for 4:30 pm.  The winner of Wednesday’s matchup will advance to the Sectionals next Tuesday in Crivitz to face the winner of #1 seeded Amherst and#2 Shiocton.  

Softball Sectional recaps: Sevastopol wins in extra innings, L-C falls to Freedom

The Sevastopol Pioneers advanced in the WIAA softball sectional tournament Tuesday afternoon with a narrow 6-5 victory over Laona/Wabeno in ten innings.  After the Pioneers scored the first 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning, Laona answered back with 1 in both the 2nd & 3rd innings. After 4 innings, Laona was leading 4-3. Laona then went up 5-3 with a solo home run after a 5th inning Pioneer pitching change that brought in Addison Schauske for Libby Ash. Jolene Luedtke led the bottom of the 5th inning off with a single to right field. Kristen Daubner singled, advancing Luedtke to 2nd base, then Alaina Schopf brought Luedtke in on a single to center field. The Pioneers were still down 5-4 but held Laona to no runs the rest of the game. In the bottom of the 7th, Luedtke singled to left field & Daubner singled to right field. Schauske gets up with 2 outs & 2 strikes & doubles on a fly ball to right field, bringing in the tying run, Luedtke. The 8th & 9th innings were scoreless, but Sevastopol loaded up the bases in the bottom of the 10th after singles by Schauske, Ash, & Naomi Rikkola. Leadoff batter, Bailey Rikkola, singled up the middle to bring in courtesy runner Johanna Andreae for the 6-5 win.


In other softball semi-secional action, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans lost to Northeastern Wisconsin foe Freedom 10-1 at Freedom.  

Addison Schauske was the winning pitcher, going 6 innings while allowing 4 hits, 1 earned run, & striking out 6. Bailey Rikkola hit 3-6 with 2 stolen bases & 2 RBIs. Jolene Luedtke went 3-4 with 3 runs scored. Kristen Daubner went 3-5 with a double & 2 RBIs. Alaina Schopf went 3-5 and Addison Schauske went 2-3 with a double.

The Pioneers will play in Plover against Edgar on Thursday afternoon at 4:30 pm with a state berth on the line.

Gibraltar baseball hosts county showdown vs. Sevastopol on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings and the Sevastopol Pioneers will have a berth in Thursday's regional final on the line Tuesday afternoon when the two sides meet in Fish Creek.


The Vikings earned the number one seed in the region despite a 7-12 record this season. They did, however, beat Sevastopol earlier this season 17-9 on May 10th. Nate Greene played the role of a stopper in the game, pitching 2 1/3 innings of scoreless ball. Brady Kita had four RBI and Ryan Jorgenson had five RBI in the win. The Vikings concluded their season last Tuesday when they beat Sturgeon Bay 2-0 where Greene pitched seven innings of shutout ball while Will Friedenfels clubbed an RBI. 


The Pioneers snapped a five-game losing streak last Thursday when it beat NEW Lutheran 7-2 in the first round of the WIAA Tournament. The Pioneers took control of the game from the first inning, plating three runs in the frame thanks to RBI hits by Cal Ellefson and Tommy Junion. The team would go on to tack on two runs in the third inning and one more in the second. Ellefson, Jack de Young, and Junion all had multiple hits in the game, led by Ellefson's 3-for-3 day. De Young did not need much help as he limited the Blazers to just two runs on two hits while striking out three. Frankie Ash closed things out in the seventh.


Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 4 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening pitch at 4:30 p.m.


Other local games include Southern Door hosting Brillion, Kewaunee road tripping to Mishicot, and Luxemburg-Casco hosting Wrightstown on 104.1 WRLU.

Spartans host Wrightstown in regional semi-final on 104.1 WRLU

The #2 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will host the #3 seeded Wrightstown Tigers in a WIAA Division 2 regional semi-final baseball on Tuesday afternoon.  The Spartans are coming off a convincing 12-0 win over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers last Thursday.  L-C Pitcher Owen Deprez dominated with 12 strikeouts while pitching a perfect five-inning game.


Wrightstown advanced by nipping Fox Valley Lutheran 1-0 in the regional opener.


Paul Schmitt and Tyler Thrune will have the call with the pregame set for 4 pm on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network.  The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 pm from the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. 


Other local games include Southern Door hosting Brillion, Sevastopol traveling to GIbraltar for a game on 105.1 The GOAT, and Kewaunee road tripping to Mishicot. 

Area golfers compete in sectional meet

Several golfers from area high schools will try to punch their tickets to Madison on Tuesday at their respective sectional meets.


Regional champions Luxemburg-Casco will tee off in the Marinette Sectional as a part of the fifth group. They will be joined by golfers from Ripon and Oconto Falls.


Gibraltar's Teddy Roth and Finn Salm will be in two separate groups at the Abundant Life Sectional. Roth will be golfing against Will Towberman (12) of  Heritage Christian and Noah Than (9) of Kenosha Christian Life in the first group. Salm will be battling Caden Krell (12) of Living Word Lutheran and Nicholas Delimat (11) of Catholic Central in the third group.



DCBL Round-Up, Washington Island blasts Mets on 105.1 The GOAT

Tim Kowols, Quinn Struck, and Mary Witteborg -- A close game got out of hand late in Maplewood as the Washington Island Islanders pulled away from the Mets 20-3.


It started off as a close game between the Mets and the Islanders.  The Mets earned the first run of the game in the bottom of the first.  The second inning came up blank for both teams, but the Islanders got a run back to tie up the game, then added a second run to take the lead 2-1.  


The game was close through the 5th inning until the Mets allowed the bases to get loaded a few times, opening the door for the Islanders to make them them pay for that.  Walking in a few runs and hitting a couple batters, the Islanders scored three runs in the 6th, then nine runs in the 7th, and just ran away with it after that.


In Egg Harbor, West Jacksonport scored three late runs to beat Egg Harbor 5-3 in 11 innings.  Nick Kita hit a homerun and Egg Harbor loaded the bases in the bottom of the 11th inning, but they couldn't get the job done. Luke Steebs earned the win for the Ports.


Kolberg was able to trounce Sister Bay 9-2 in their rematch from last year's playoff championship game. 

WIAA releases heat sheets for state track meet

The area's track and field state qualifiers have a better idea of what to expect when they arrive in LaCrosse later this week.


The WIAA released the heat sheets for the state track and field meet after the state held sectional meets across the state. The first events will take place on Friday. Below are the heat sheets with the local athletes highlighted.


DIVISION 2 Boys and Girls

Featuring Sturgeon Bay's Cate Anderson, Kewaunee's Isaac Schlies, Ben Heim, and Lisa Reinke, and Luxemburg-Casco's Logan Vandermause, John Larson, the Boys' 4x200m team, George Herlache, and Isaac Vandenbush


DIVISION 3 Boys and Girls

Featuring Sevastopol's Kylee Duessler



Featuring Algoma's Logan Borths


Rattlers Hold On To Beat Kernels and Earn Series Split

It wasn’t easy.  It wasn’t pretty.  However, it was a win and the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 6-4 victory over the Cedar Rapids Kernels Sunday afternoon at Perfect Game Field earned Wisconsin a split in the six-game series and pulled them back to within a game of the division leading Kernels.


The Timber Rattlers (28-17) scored a run in the first inning but missed out on a much bigger inning against Kernels starting pitcher Sean Mooney.  Tyler Black singled to start the game.  Mooney retired the next batter.  Then, walked the next three batters in a row.  A walk to Wes Clarke with the bases loaded allowed Black to cross the plate for a 1-0 lead.  Mooney struck out the next two batters to leave three Rattlers on base.

In the second, Wisconsin made something out of nothing with two outs and nobody on base.  Black and Carlos Rodríguez hit back-to-back solo homers off Mooney and the Rattlers were up 3-0.

Cedar Rapids (29-16) put the first two runners on base in the bottom of the second inning with a single and a hit batsman.  They had runners at the corners with two outs and Wisconsin starter Ryne Moore looked like he would get out of the inning.  However, he made an errant pickoff throw to first base and that allowed the runner from third to score the first run of the game for the Kernels.

Another throwing error, this one on a throw to second by Clarke on a stolen base attempt with runners at the corners in the third inning, allowed Anthony Prato to score from third to cut Wisconsin’s lead to one run.

Wisconsin answered in the top of the fourth.  Black walked with one out and Joe Gray Jr walked with two outs.  Tristan Peters fouled off two straight 2-2 pitches before launching a three-run home run to left and Wisconsin was up 6-2.

Prato hit a two-out solo home run in the bottom of the fifth inning for the Kernels off Moore.  The Rattlers right-hander would

Moore allowed three runs – one earned – on five hits, no walks, two hit batsmen, and four strikeouts over six innings before turning the game over to the bullpen.

Joey Matulovich struck out a pair in a perfect bottom of the seventh.

Prato tripled to start the bottom of the eighth against James Meeker, but it took a two-out single by Jeferson Morales to get Prato across the plate.  Meeker got the final out of the eighth and stranded two runners.

Cam Robinson took over for Meeker to start the ninth inning against the bottom third of the Kernels order.  He hit Will Holland and gave up a single to Wander Javier.  The Kernels sent Christian Encarnacion-Strand, the Midwest League leader in RBI, to the plate as a pinch-hitter as the winning run, but Robinson got him to fly out to center for the first out.  Then, Robinson walked Prato to load the bases.

The crowd got really revved up when Robinson ran the count full on Seth Gray before Robinson struck him out for the second out.  That brought Aaron Sabato to the plate.

Sabato had tormented the Timber Rattlers throughout the series.  He had doubled earlier in the game, homered in each of the last two games, and collected eight RBI in the first five games of the series.  That was who stepped in as the last chance for the Kernels. 

Robinson missed with the first pitch and Sabato fouled off the next two.  That set up Robinson to freeze Sabato for a called third strikeout to end the game and pick up his ninth save of the season.  It wasn’t easy, but Robinson extended his scoreless streak to 15-1/3 innings.  He has not allowed a run since April 28.

Wisconsin is one game behind the Kernels in the first half Western Division standings.  Sunday was the final meeting of the half between the top two teams in the division.  There are 21 games left in the half.


The Timber Rattlers are off on Monday.  They return to action with game one of a homestand against the Peoria Chiefs on Tuesday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Justin Jarvis (3-2, 4.50) is the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  Peoria has named Zane Mills (0-1, 7.20) as their starting pitcher.  Game time is 6:40pm.


Late tally helps Glory get past Dutch Lions

It was better late than never for the Green Bay Glory as a late goal helped them to the 1-0 win over the Chicago Dutch Lions.


The game was scoreless until the 75th minute when Skylar Prentice was able to push the volley past the Dutch Lions goalkeeper to give the Glory the eventual winning goal.



The Glory will have their home opener on June 3rd.

DCBL Preview: Washington Island visits Maplewood on 105.1 The GOAT

The Washington Island Islanders look to bounce back from their season's first loss when they travel to Maplewood to face the Mets.


The Islanders gave up six unanswered runs after registering the game's first run in their 6-1 loss to Sister Bay their last time out. The Mets improved their record with a 9-2 win over Baileys Harbor.


Quinn Struck and Jacob Nate have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening pitch at 1:30 p.m.


The other Door County Baseball League games include Sister Bay hosting Kolberg and West Jacksonport traveling to Egg Harbor.



Glory travel to Chicago

The Green Bay Glory will look for their first win of the season when they travel south of the border to play the Chicago Dutch Lions.


Laura Linares registered the equalizer with a header in the 89th minute to lead the Glory to a draw against Minnesota Aurora 1-1. Sunday marks the first match of the season for the Dutch Lions.


Kickoff from Chicago is set for 5 p.m.

Packers to host preseason game against Saints

The Green Bay Packers learned their opponent this week for their lone home preseason game.


The Packers will host the New Orleans Saints on Friday, August 19th at 7 p.m., the second of three preseason games.


Head coach Matt LaFleur announced earlier this week that the Saints and the Packers will participate in joint practices ahead of the preseason game.


The Packers will face the San Francisco and Kansas City on either side of the matchup for their two other preseason games.

Sabato Socks Wisconsin

Cedar Rapids Kernels first baseman Aaron Sabato’s three-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning snapped a 3-3 tie and sent the Kernels to an 8-3 win over the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Saturday night at Perfect Game Field.  Sabato has eight RBI in the series against Wisconsin.  All of Wisconsin’s runs scored on solo homers


Tyler Black had the first solo shot, a lead-off homer in the top of the first inning, to put the Timber Rattlers (27-17) up 1-0.

The Kernels (29-15) took the lead in the bottom of the second inning.  Wisconsin starting pitcher Antoine Kelly walked the leadoff batter and hit the next Kernel before getting the next two outs.  Will Holland was next for Cedar Rapids and he lined a triple to right-center to score both runners.  A wild throw to third wound up in the Rattlers dugout to let Holland score on the play to give the Kernels a 3-1 advantage.

Wisconsin (27-17) used the long ball to get the game back to even.  Wes Clarke hit a lead-off home run in the top of the fourth.  Tristan Peters cracked a two-out homer in the top of the fifth.

Cedar Rapids went back in front in the bottom of the fifth.  Sabato hit a three-run home run to right-center with one out and the Kernels we up 6-3.  Sabato has seven hits, including two homers, in the first five games of this series.  He has six of his hits in the three wins by his team in the series.

Alerick Soularie added to the Kernels lead with a one-out, solo home run in the bottom of the sixth.

The Kernels added one more run with a sacrifice fly by Soularie in the bottom of the eighth.

The home run by Sabato was the first allowed by Kelly this season.  The Wisconsin left-hander went the first 43-2/3 innings of the year without giving up a homer.  Kelly had seven strikeouts, allowed four hits, and walked four over 4-2/3 innings to get tagged with the loss in this game.

Saturday’s loss knocked Wisconsin two games behind the Kernels in the first half Western Division playoff race.  There are 22 games remaining in the first half of the season.


The series finale is set for Sunday afternoon at Perfect Game Field.  Ryne Moore (0-2, 16.71) is the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  The Kernels have named Sean Mooney (1-0, 1.04) as their starting pitcher.  Game time is 2:05pm. 

Cubs top A's on 105.1 The GOAT

A big inning led Institute past Baileys Harbor 8-2 Friday night.


Institute scored first in the first inning and stayed that way until Baileys Harbor tied it up in the top of the fourth. Institute broke the game open by scoring five runs in the bottom of the fourth and added another run in the fifth, making it 7-1. Joe Burlo was the lead off batter for Baileys Harbor in the top of the sixth and hit a solo home run to make it 7-2. Institute would score once more in the top of the eighth when Institute for a final of 8-2. Kyle Ploor was the winning pitcher, going the distance with 9 strike outs. Baileys Harbor went thru 3 pitchers Jon Kordon started and pitched 4 innings, followed by Ben Johnson in the 5th and Collin Strege in the 6th.

Timber Rattlers Tighten Division Race with Win at Cedar Rapids

The Cedar Rapids Kernels outhit the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 10-8 on Friday night at Perfect Game Field.  However, it was the Rattlers who got the key hits and the key outs when they needed them to defeat the first place Kernels.


Wisconsin (27-16) scored in the second inning for the early lead.  Tristan Peters singled, stole second, and took third on a fly ball to right.  Darrien Miller smashed a single off the glove of Aaron Sabato at first base to score Peters.

Sabato hit a lead-off home run in the bottom of the fourth for the Kernels (28-15) to tie the score 1-1.

The homer by Sabato broke Wisconsin starting pitcher Brandon Knarr’s scoreless inning streak at 16-1/3 innings.

The Timber Rattlers offense responded in the top of the fifth inning with a four-run outburst.  Ethan Murray started the inning with a single.  Then, Micah Bello launched a home run to left.  Bello’s first Midwest League home run gave the Rattlers a 3-1 lead.  Later in the inning, Peters tripled off the wall in right-center with two outs to score two runs and Wisconsin was up 5-1.

The Kernels stormed back in the bottom of the fifth against Knarr as they loaded the bases with no outs on a single, a double, and a walk.  Knarr got the first out but gave up a two-run single to Christian Encarnacion-Strand and another walk to reload the bases.

Knarr regrouped and got a strikeout and a flyout to end the inning.  Knarr allowed three runs on eight hits and two walks with five strikeouts and left with the lead to put himself in position for a win in his seventh consecutive start.

Wisconsin caught a break in the top of the sixth and made the most of it.  Murray was at first base with one out and was running on a pitch to Bello, who sent a soft popup to Sabato at first.  Sabato caught the ball and stepped on first for an apparent inning-ending double play.  However, catcher’s interference was called to put Bello at first and Murray at second.

A wild pitch by Kernels reliever Tyler Palm moved both runners up a base.  A second wild pitch let Murray score and moved Bello to third.  Then, Jadher Areinamo, who was making his Timber Rattlers debut as the starting second baseman, doubled to center to score Bello and the Rattlers were up 7-3.


Kent Hasler was the first reliever out of the Wisconsin bullpen.  He pitched a scoreless sixth and seventh inning with no hits, a walk, and three strikeouts.

Cam Robinson closed out the game with two scoreless innings from the Rattlers pen.  He allowed two hits, struck out two, and extended his personal scoreless innings streak to 14-1/3 innings.

The win pulled Wisconsin back to within one game of the Kernels for the Western Division lead.  Additionally, the South Bend Cubs beat the Great Lakes Loons 11-4 on Friday night.  The Cubs are in third place in the division and trail the Kernels by two games.  There are 23 games remaining in the first half of the season with the division winner clinching a Midwest League playoff berth.

Knarr picked up the win and he is 7-1 in nine starts this season.  He leads the Midwest League in wins.


Baileys Harbor, Institute battle under the DCBL lights on 105.1 The GOAT

Institute and Baileys Harbor will look for their first win of the season under the lights as the Door County Baseball League hosts its first night game of the season Friday.


Both the A's and the Cubs enter the match-up 0-3 on the season. The Cubs were shut out by West Jacksonport 6-0 while the A's were handled by Maplewood 9-2. 


You can catch the game on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 7 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 7:30 p.m.


The rest of the DCBL will play at its traditional 1:30 time slot, including our broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT of Washington Island and Maplewood.

Baseball round-up: Deprez perfect for Spartans on 104.1 WRLU

Door and Kewaunee counties will have five teams in the next round of the WIAA Tournament after local teams won three games Thursday.


On 104.1 WRLU, Owen Deprez struck out the first seven men he faced and cruised through five innings en route to a perfect game and a 12-0 Luxemburg-Casco win over Sturgeon Bay.


Kewaunee had an offensive explosion in the first three innings of a 20-0 victory over Hilbert/Stockbridge.


Sevastopol scored the game's first six runs en route to a 7-2 victory over NEW Lutheran.


Algoma was shut out by Reedsville 4-0.


Sevastopol, Kewaunee, and Luxemburg-Casco will join Southern Door and Gibraltar in the next round of the WIAA Tournament, with the Pioneers and Vikings actually facing each other on Tuesday for a chance at the regional championship in Division 4.



Softball wrap: Southern Door looks to join Sevastopol, L-C in sectionals

A scheduling conflict at Wautoma kept Southern Door for potentially joining the celebrations that occurred at Luxemburg-Casco and Sevastopol on Thursday.


Libby Ash dominated from the circle and the plate to lead Sevastopol past Niagara 6-1.


After giving up three runs to tie the game in the top of sixth inning, Luxemburg-Casco responded with four runs in the bottom half to win their regional title over Denmark 7-3.


Algoma lost its three-run lead late and eventually the game 5-3 to Iola-Scandinavia.


Southern Door will try to get to its own sectional game when they play against Wautoma at Bird Creek Park at 5 p.m.

Several track athletes qualify for state meet

Several local athletes will make their way to LaCrosse next weekend after qualifying for the state meet at Thursday's sectionals.


Ben Heim leapt to a personal record in the triple jump to finish in the top four, punching his ticket to LaCrosse. Lisa Reinke did the same in the discus as she finished in the top three for shot put and discus to qualify for state. Isaac Schlies saved his best performance in the 300m hurdles for the sectional meet, qualifying with a third place finish.


Competing at the Division 3 Sectional meet in Rosholt Thursday, Algoma's Logan Borths set personal records in the 100m, 400m, 800m, and shot put to qualify for the state meet with two first-place finishes and two second-place finishes in the wheelchair division.


For Luxemburg-Casco, Logan Vandermause responded to an eight-place finish in his 200m dash with a personal record to qualify for state with a third place finish. John Larson also had a personal record in the 300m to win the event while a second personal best helped in qualify in the 110m hurdles. George Herlache, Taylor Thiry, and Grace Holschuh used personal records in their respective events to punch tickets to LaCrosse. The boys 4x200m and Isaac Vandenbush will also be heading to state track meet by finishing in the top four of their events. 


Sevastopol's Kylee Duessler qualified for the trip to LaCrosse with a third-place finish in the 100m and a personal record in the 200m that was also good for a third-place finish.


Sturgeon Bay's Cate Anderson finished in second place in her preliminary and final heats of the 100m hurdles to punch her ticket to the state meet next weekend in LaCrosse.

Track athletes compete at sectionals with state on the line

Dozens of local athletes have a chance to extend their season with a trip to LaCrosse next weekend with a successful day at the WIAA Track and Field Sectional meets Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will make their way to Little Chute for one of the Division 2 sectionals. They will be competing against athletes from Amherst, Berlin, Brillion, Chilton, Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Kiel, Luxemburg-Casco, Marinette, Menomonee Indian, New Holstein, New London, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Oconto Falls, Omro, Oostburg, Peshtigo, Plymouth, Seymour, Sheboygan Falls, Two Rivers, Valders, Waupaca, Wautoma, Westfield, Winneconne, Wrightstown, and Xavier High Schools. Kewaunee's Lisa Reinke (shotput), Ben Heim (triple jump), Luxemburg-Casco's John Larson (hurdles), Taylor Thiry (discus), and Southern Door: Danica Neville (400m) will be among the top-seeded athletes in the sectional after winning their regional earlier this week. 


Gibraltar, Sevastopol, and Algoma travel west to Rosholt for their Division 3 sectional meet. Gibraltar's Connor Thompson (Pole Vault) and the girls 4x800m team along with Algoma's Logan Borths (800m, shotput, 400m, and 100m in the wheelchair division) will be among the top-ranked in their events due to their regional championships in Hilbert on Monday. 


The first events at both sectional meets take place at 3:30 p.m.

Baseball preview: Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco battle on 104.1 WRLU

A local matchup highlights the opening day of the WIAA Tournament on Thursday.


On 104.1 WRLU, Sturgeon Bay will make the trip south of the county line to play a 4:30 p.m. game against Luxemburg-Casco. Tim Kowols and Paul Schmitt will have the call beginning at 4 p.m. with the pre-game show followed by the first pitch. The game will also be available on You can listen to our pregame interview with Luxemburg-Casco head coach Dan Routhieaux here and our interview with Sturgeon Bay head coach Mike Propsom here.


Kewaunee will host Hilbert/Stockbridge for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch. 


Sevastopol will play at home against NEW Lutheran at 5 p.m. with a second-round matchup against Gibraltar on the line for Tuesday.


Algoma will travel to Reedsville for a 4:30 p.m first pitch.


Southern Door has a first round bye as they wait for the winner of Manitowoc Lutheran/Brillion.

Championship Thursday for three local softball teams

Three local teams have an opportunity for some hardware and a berth into next week's sectionals on Thursday when they compete for regional championships.


Sevastopol will stick around Institute for the regional championship bout with visiting Niagara at 5 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will also play a home game when NEC rival Denmark makes the short trip with a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.


Algoma will have to hit the road on Thursday when they head to Iola-Scandinavia for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.  UPDATE:  (Game has been moved to Waupaca)


A scheduling conflict with the home team forced Southern Door to have to wait a day for their day to shine. They will instead head to Wautoma for its regional title game on Friday.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer hosts tournament tune-up against Manitowoc Lincoln

The tournament is a week away, but that is not stopping the Luxemburg-Casco soccer from getting some extra work in, this time at home against Manitowoc Lincoln.


The Spartans have lost their last three matches, including two this week against Marinette (2-1) and Green Bay East (3-1). Manitowoc Lincoln is finding the win column again after a season-long 14-match losing streak. Even with snapping that losing streak, they have won only two of their last five matches.


Match time is set for 6:30 p.m.

Softball regional recap: Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, Sevastopol and Algoma advance

Rebecca Kroll allowed just one hit, while striking out 12, as the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Little Chute Mustangs 9-2 in the Division 2 Regional Semi-Final matchup in Luxemburg.


The Spartans had 13 hits on the night. Leading the way from the plate for L-C , Josie Dorner 3 for 3 with 3RBI, Mady Bouche 3 for 4, Lauren Adams 2 for 4 with a triple and 2 runs scored and Kylie Hanson went 2x3 with a double, 3 runs scored and 3 RBIs.


Brooke Beahm recorded the only hit for Little Chute, a double.


The Spartans will face the Denmark Vikings in the Regional Final Thursday in Luxemburg.


In other area girls softball regional action, the Southern Door Eagles upset Wrightstown 5-4 in Division 3, the Sevastopol Pioneers routed Pembine/Goodman 10-0 in five innings in Division 5.  The Chilton Tigers ended the Kewaunee Storm season with a 11-0 victory in five innings, and Algoma defeated Coleman 10-4.  


Girls Soccer recap: Clippers fall to Kiel

The Sturgeon Bay Clipper girls soccer team were shutout by the Kiel Raiders 5-0 on Tuesday evening.


Kiel jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first half with two goals by Taylor Schad and another goal by Abby Moore.


Schad got a hat-trick with her third goal in the second half as the Raiders cruised to the shutout.


Sturgeon Bay (4-2-1, 7-6-2 overall) will play New Holstein Thursday, June 2 in the WIAA Division 4 Girls Soccer Tournament.  



Brewers best Padres on Taylor's blast

Tyrone Taylor hit a three-run home run in the top  of the sixth-inning to break a 1-1 tie and carry the Milwaukee Brewers to a 4-1 victory over the San Diego Padres Tuesday evening. 


Brewer starting pitcher Corbin Burnes (2-2) went six strong innings allowing just one earned run and five hits to pick up the win.


Taylor's monster blast to right field came off Padre reliever Craig Stammen, who just entered the game for starter Blake Snell (0-2) with one out in the sixth-inning.  


Steve Brosseau hit his third home run in the fifth inning to tie the game at 1-1 for the Brewers (27-16).


The two teams will play the rubber game of the series on Wednesday afternoon with first pitch set for 3:10 pm.   

Baseball recap: Freedom returns favor to L-C, Gibraltar nipped

Two local teams taking their last swings of the regular season took losses on Monday.


A pair of unearned runs was all Luxemburg-Casco could muster in a 12-2 loss to Freedom. The Spartans will now host Sturgeon Bay on Thursday in a game that will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU.


Gibraltar's comeback fell short as they lost to Packerland runner-up Oconto 7-6 in Fish Creek. The Vikings will have a bye in the tournament and they will host either NEW Lutheran or Sevastopol in a game that will be broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT on Tuesday, May 31st.


The Clippers will get one more crack in the regular season as they face Denmark Tuesday with a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.

Softball preview: Area teams look to take next step

Luxemburg-Casco, Sevastopol, Algoma, Kewaunee, and Southern Door all hope their softball seasons continue as the WIAA Tournament rolls on Tuesday. 


The Spartans will stay at home to play conference rival Little Chute.


The Storm rolls on after toppling Sturgeon Bay to face Chilton


The Eagles head south for their matchup against Wrightstown. (5 p.m.)


The Pioneers will stick around Institute for their matchup against Goodman/Pembine. (5 p.m.)


The Wolves travel to face Coleman.


Games begin at 4:30 p.m. unless noted

Soccer recap: Sturgeon Bay picks up win

Sturgeon Bay scored three goals in the second half to win their matchup with Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah.


Scarlet Serafico scored two goals in the Clippers' 3-2 win.


Tabi Lemens made five saves and Heather Iverson tallied a goal but it wasn't enough in Luxemburg-Casco's 2-1 loss to Marinette.


Tuesday's action includes Sturgeon Bay hosting Kiel (6 p.m.), Sevastopol/Gibraltar visits Two Rivers (4:30 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco heads to Green Bay East (6:30 p.m.).


Track and Field Recap: Gibraltar girls grab third

The Gibraltar girls' track team had an impressive evening at the Division 3 Hilbert Regional on Monday.


The Vikings girls took third place out 13 teams with 81.50. Sevastopol finished in seventh and Algoma was tied for ninth. The boys' meet saw the Wolves take eighth with the Vikings taking ninth. The Pioneers took 12th.


Individual champions included:

Gibraltar: Connor Thompson (Pole Vault), Girls 4x800m, 

Algoma: Logan Borths (800m, shotput, 400m, and 100m in the wheelchair division)


With the top four in every event advancing to Thursday's sectional meet, Gibraltar will send 13 athletes, Algoma seven athletes, and Sevastopol three athletes to Rosholt.


Click here for full results for the Hilbert Regional


The Luxemburg-Casco girls took third and the Kewaunee boys took fourth in the Wrightstown Regional.


Individual champions included:

Kewaunee: Lisa Reinke (shotput), Ben Heim (triple jump)

Luxemburg-Casco: John Larson (hurdles), Taylor Thiry (discus)

Southern Door: Danica Neville (400m)


Heading to sections include 21 athletes/events from Luxemburg-Casco, six from Sturgeon Bay, six from Southern Door, and 12 for Kewaunee.


Full Results for the Wrightstown Regional

DCBL Recap: Sister Bay tops Islanders on 105.1 The GOAT

Some early errors for Washington Island helped Sister Bay celebrate a 6-1 victory Sunday afternoon.


The Islanders' Alex Johnson drove in the first run of the game with an RBI base hit.  It would end up being the Islanders' only run on the afternoon. 


Spencer Krause's sacrifice fly brought in the first run for the Bays in the second inning.  Stu Larson knocked in two Bays with a triple in the fourth inning, and Matt Fransciecovi benefited from a two-base error to bring in a run. A second error off the bat of Dustin Johnson also scored a run for the bays. 


Tom Sawyer would have the play of the day in the bottom of the seventh with a huge hit out to right field that drove in a pair of Bays and left him standing at third with a triple.


Sam Forkert pitched a complete game for the Bays, allowing the single tally to the visiting Islanders. Both teams are now 2-1 on the season.


Other Door County Baseball League action includes Luke Steebs and Derek Niedzwiecki leading West Jacksonport past Institute 6-0, Kolberg shutout Egg Harbor 13-0, and Maplewood toppled Baileys Harbor 9-2.

High school track athletes look to extend seasons at regionals

For dozens of track athletes in Door and Kewaunee counties, Monday is either top four or go home as sits across the state host regional meets.


Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay will meet the likes of Denmark, Little Chute, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Two Rivers and Wrightstown for their regional meet at Wrightstown. First action begins at 4:15 p.m.


Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol will head to Hilbert to face Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran/Providence Academy, Hilbert, Howards Grove, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot,  Reedsville, Roncalli, and Sheboygan Area Lutheran. First action begins at 3:30 p.m.


Top four in each event will advance to Thursday's sectional meets at Little Chute (Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay) and Rosholt (Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol).


Soccer preview: Teams tune-up after tournament pairings announced

The pairings are out, but the area's local soccer teams still have some work to do before they begin tournament play next week.


Monday's slate of games includes Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Marinette (4:30 p.m.) and Sturgeon Bay hosting Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (6 p.m.)


Tournament pairings are as follows:


June 2nd: Luxemburg-Casco at Winneconne



June 2nd: Sturgeon Bay at New Holstein

June 2nd: Sevastopol/Gibraltar at Sheboygan Lutheran/Sheboygan Christian

Kewaunee was not seeded


DCBL Preview: Sister Bay hosts Washington Island on 105.1 The GOAT

Washington Island looks to stay perfect on the season when they visit Sister Bay Sunday afternoon.


The Bays were stunned last week when they were doubled up last week by West Jacksonport 10-5. The Islanders blew out Institute in their Sunday afternoon match-up 15-3.


Quinn Struck will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m.


Other Door County Baseball League games scheduled for Sunday include Maplewood visiting Baileys Harbor, West Jacksonport hosting Institute, and Egg Harbor heading to Kolberg.

Spartans bang out 17 hits against Irish

The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team had a big offensive day in a 10-3 win over Freedom.


The Spartans banged out 17 hits with Peyton Mrotek picking up four hits and Max Ronsman and Ryland Day slapping out three of their own.


Owen Deprez picked up the win for the Spartans, allowing four hits over 5? innings while striking out nine. 

Eagles win island matchup against Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles followed up its Friday sweep of NEW Lutheran with a ferry ride and a 7-2  win over Gibraltar Saturday afternoon.


The Eagles opened the scoring with three runs in the second inning. The Vikings would come back the next inning with two runs of their own, but the Eagles would put the game away with three runs in the fourth inning and a single tally in the sixth to put the game away. 


Will Jandrin picked up the win with four innings of relief and three strikeouts. Ryan Jorgenson took the loss, giving up six runs on six hits across 3 1/3 innings.


Jack Peterson had two RBI while Charlie Neinas and Tyler Neinas each had a pair of hits for the Eagles.


For the VIkings, Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole each had an RBI while Cole had a pair of hits. Brady Kita, Max Maltby, and Rylan Caldecott also had hits.

Knarr pitches six scoreless for sixth win as offense cracks 14 hits

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers combined another scoreless performance from starting pitcher Brandon Knarr with a big offensive day for a 9-2 win over the South Bend Cubs on Saturday at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.


Wisconsin (24-14) used three two-out, RBI hits in the bottom of the first to take an early 3-0 lead.  Tyler Black, who singled to start the inning, was on second base with two outs.  Tristan Peters dropped a bloop single into right top score Black with the first run.  A wild pitch moved Peters into scoring position.  Then, Wes Clarke lined a single past the shortstop to score Peters.  A walk to Darrien Miller extended the inning and that allowed Carlos Rodríguez to double down the line and third to score Clarke for a 3-0 lead.

The Timber Rattlers kept the pressure on with three more runs in the second inning.  Black started the rally when he singled, stole second, and stole third with one out.  Zavier Warren walked and that brought Joe Gray Jr to the plate with runners at the corners.  Gray singled to left to score Black.  Warren would score when there was a wild throw to second on a force play on Gray after a grounder off the bat of Peters.  Clarke capped the scoring in the frame with a single to score Gray for a six-run cushion.

Ashton McGee made it 7-0 in favor of the home team with a single to left to score Rodríguez from second in the fifth inning.

That was plenty of support for Knarr.  The left-hander pitched six scoreless innings as he scattered five hits and a walk with seven strikeouts.  Knarr lowered his ERA for the season to 1.17, moved his season strikeout total to 55, and extended his current scoreless innings streak to 13-1/3 innings.  In his last five starts, Knarr has allowed two runs on over 30 innings.  Four of those starts have been scoreless outings for Knarr.


Warren hit a solo home run and Rodríguez added an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth for a 9-0 lead.


South Bend (23-15) got on the scoreboard in the top of the ninth inning on a two-run double by Fabian Pertuz.  Zach Mort, who entered in relief of Knarr to start the seventh inning, got the final two outs of the game and picked up his first professional save with his three innings out of the bullpen.

Saturday’s win gives Wisconsin a chance at a series split with a win Sunday afternoon in the series finale.


Antoine Kelly (1-0, 2.14) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Kohl Franklin (0-3, 8.44) was moved from his Saturday start to be South Bend’s starting pitcher on Sunday.  Game time is 1:10pm.

Brewers shut out Nationals

Rowdy Tellez's two-run homer in the sixth inning would be all the scoring the Milwaukee Brewers would need in their 7-0 win over the Washington Nationals Friday night.


The Brewers would tack on another five insurance runs in the eighth inning with Hunter Renfroe singling home two runs and then coming around to score when Tyrone Taylor hit a three-run homer. 


Eric Lauer did not need much help as he held the Nationals scoreless over seven innings, allowing just five hits while striking out five.


The two teams face each other again tomorrow.

South Bend Hits Three Homers to Get by Wisconsin

The South Bend Cubs hit three home runs to account for all their runs in a 6-2 win over the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Friday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Owen Caissie had two of the homers and drove in four runs as the Cubs’ win tightened up the race at the top of the Western Division.


Caissie hit a lead-off home run in the top of the second inning to put South Bend up 1-0.


Wes Clarke got the Rattlers back to even in the bottom of the second inning with a two-out, solo home run.

Caissie struck again in the fourth inning when he hit a three-run home run and the Cubs had a 4-1 lead.

South Bend used the home run again to add to their lead in the seventh inning.  Scott McKeon homered to center with a runner at first and one out for a 6-1 lead.

The Timber Rattlers were silenced through the middle innings.  DJ Herz retired six of the final seven batters he faced for the third and fourth innings.  Then, Walker Powell set down thirteen of the first fourteen hitters he faced.

Tristan Peters broke that streak with a one-out single in the bottom of the ninth.  Wes Clarke kept the inning alive with a two-out bloop single to right that sent Peters to third base.  Carlos Rodríguez beat out an infield single to score Peters and get the Rattlers another run. 

That run would be the last for the Rattlers as Powell got a strikeout to end the game and give the Cubs their third straight win in the series.

Wisconsin and South Bend now have identical records of 23-14.  Both teams trail the Cedar Rapids Kernels, the Western Division leaders, by two games heading into the final two games of the weekend.  The Kernels lost 5-1 to Lake County at home on Friday night.


Game five of the series between the Cubs and Timber Rattlers is Saturday afternoon at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Brandon Knarr (5-1, 1.34) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  South Bend has named Kohl Franklin (0-3, 8.44) as their starting pitcher.  Game time is 1:10pm.

Baseball round-up: L-C tops Clintonville; Gibraltar, Southern Door head to the island

The Spartans traveled to Clintonville on a rainy day, returning home victorious with a 9-1 win.


Leading the Spartans in hitting was Owen Deprez 2x4, Cole Jauquet 3x3, and Garrett Simonar 2x3. Ryan Routhieaux was the winning pitcher, and pitched the first 4 innings for the win, and Blake Robillard pitched the last 3. The Truckers only could manage 3 hits on the night. The losing pitcher for the Truckers was Kade Rosenow.


The Spartans travel to Freedom on Saturday with a showdown with the Irish. After a seven-game winning streak, the Irish have lost two of their last three games including a back-end split against Fox Valley Lutheran and Jefferson. First pitch is at 11.


Most of Friday's slate was rained out with some games being played on Saturday and others being made up in the coming days. Southern Door was able to squeeze in a win against NEW Lutheran 12-2. 


Gibraltar and Southern Door will play the second half of their doubleheader on Washington Island with a noon first pitch. The Vikings will try again with Oconto on Monday.


Sevastopol will make their trip to Algoma on Saturday for an 11 a.m. first pitch. 

Spartans softball pick up pair of tournament tune-up wins

While many teams have already started their trek to Madison for the WIAA softball tournament, Luxemburg-Casco keeps winning before they officially enter the field. 


Thursday, May 19

The Spartans came away with a 5-1 non-conference victory over the DePere Redbirds. Emily Jandrin threw a complete game, striking out 5. Leading LC offensively were Grace Kahr 2x3, 2 RBI, Kylie Hanson 2x4, double, and Maddy Bouche 2x4.


Friday, May 20

Luxemburg-Casco traveled to Winneconne to take on the Wolves in a non-conference matchup. The Spartans scored one run in the fifth, two in the sixth, and three in the seventh to shut out the Wolves 6-0. Rebecca Kroll picked up the win on the mound for the Spartans.   Cami Onell and Anna Vandermause lead LC  offensively, going 2x2 with a triple and 2x3 respectively. Kutnick, Kollat, Stille & Biesinger each singled for Winneconne.


The Spartans open tournament play on Tuesday when they host Little Chute.

Baseball round-up: Sturgeon Bay earns Thursday sweep on The Clipper, Gibraltar/Oconto on The GOAT POSTPONED

Note: Gibraltar's baseball games against Oconto have been postponed until Monday. There will be no baseball broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT on Friday as a result.


Even with the field set, there is still plenty of local baseball action on the docket leading up to the tournament's start next Thursday.


As heard on The Clipper, Sturgeon Bay finished off one game 7-3 and won a second game 7-2 as they swept NEW Lutheran in Green Bay.


Speaking of the Blazers, they will play a doubleheader against Southern Door in Brussels on Friday. The Eagles are coming off a thrilling 11-9 win victory over Oconto that clinched them their second straight Packerland championship.


The Blue Devils will head to Gibraltar for a doubleheader on Friday beginning at 4:30 p.m. Tim Kowols and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT starting at 4 p.m. a day after the Vikings' offense erupted in a 10-0 win over Hilbert/Stockrbridge.


Kewaunee will also host Peshtigo for a 4:30 p.m. doubleheader. Sevastopol and Algoma will play their doubleheader on Saturday after it was moved from Friday.

Softball recap: Kewaunee advances against Sturgeon Bay

Neither game featuring Packerland Conference opponents went more than three innings as Kewaunee advances to the next round of the WIAA Softball Tournament.


Kewaunee scored 12 runs in the second inning to sprint past Sturgeon Bay 17-0 in three innings. The Storm moves on to play Chilton on Tuesday.


It was Crivitz's 14 run second inning that doomed Gibraltar with a 21-0 loss in three innings.


The WIAA Tournament resumes on Tuesday.

Soccer round-up: Clippers pick up victory, Spartans shut out

Sturgeon Bay's scoring attack was in full force while Luxemburg-Casco's was absent in girls soccer action Thursday.


The Clippers scored three first-half goals en route to a 5-2 victory over Valders.


The Spartans were held scoreless by the NEC's top squad Fox Valley Lutheran in a 2-0 decision. 


Sevastopol/Gibraltar was also scheduled to play against New Holstein. 


The WIAA Tournament field is slated to be chosen on Saturday.

Brewers open series at home against Nats

The Milwaukee Brewers return to action Friday night at American Family Field Friday night when they welcome the Washington Nationals to town.


The Brewers are coming off two straight series victories after dropping two of three to the Cincinnati Reds. That includes a pair of close games earlier this week against the Braves. Keston Hiura got back into good graces with Brewers fans when he drove in the winning run in Wednesday's 7-6 victory.


The Nationals have lost all five series they have played this month, most recently to the Miami Marlins where they were able to salvage the finale 5-4.


First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m.

Alexander officially signs extension with Packers

The Green Bay Packers have locked up its premier cornerback for next four years.


General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced Wednesday the organization's signing of Jaire Alexander to a four-year extension.'s Ryan Wood reports that the deal will pay Alexander $84 million over the four years with a record $30 million signing bonus. That makes Alexander the highest-paid cornerback in the year. 


Since being drafted by the Packers in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Alexander has posted 203 tackles (151 solo), seven tackles for a loss, 1½ sacks, five interceptions, 54 passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery. A shoulder injury kept him out of much of the 2021 campaign.

Baseball preview: Sturgeon Bay faces NEW Lutheran on The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay will try to build some positive momentum heading into the WIAA Baseball Tournament when they travel to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.


The Clippers snapped their four-game losing skid with a 6-1 win over Sevastopol in their last game. Emmett Brascnewitz and Curt Meyer each had two RBIs, while Caleb Plzak and Gavin Fernandez each drove in one in the Clippers victory.


The Blazers swept Algoma last week but were beat 11-4 by Crivitz on Saturday. They are 5-8 overall with a 2-7 Packerland mark.


Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call on 103.3/96.7 WBDK-HD 2 The Clipper and beginning at 4:00 p.m. with the first pitch at 4:30 p.m.


Other games with 4:30 p.m. starts include Gibraltar traveling to Hilbert and Southern Door visiting Oconto.


The WIAA also announced the tournament field this week with Gibraltar and Southern Door earning number one seeds. You can find the matchups below:



May 26th: Sturgeon Bay at Luxemburg-Casco



May 26th: Kewaunee vs. Hilbert/Stockbridge

May 31st: Southern Door vs. the winner of Manitowoc Lutheran and Brillion



May 26th: Sevastopol vs. NEW Lutheran

May 26th: Algoma at Reedsville

May 31st: Gibraltar/Washington Island vs. the winner of Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran


Softball preview: Playoffs begin Thursday

Three local softball teams will try to keep their seasons alive Thursday as the WIAA tournament gets underway.


Sturgeon Bay will face conference foe Kewaunee at 5 p.m. in a Division 3 matchup. 


Gibraltar will head to Crivitz for a Division 4 matchup at 4:30 p.m.


Sevastopol will watch the matchup between Goodman/Pembine and Oneida Nation to see which team they will host as the number one seed on May 24th. That's also when Southern Door faces Wrightstown, Luxemburg-Casco welcomes Little Chute, and Algoma travels to Coleman.





Braves Shutout Brewers

Milwaukee pitcher Adrian Houser went six strong innings, allowing  only one unearned run, but the Brewers could not muster any offense against the Atlanta Braves Tuesday night in a 3-0 shutout.


The Braves scored on an error by third baseman Mike Brosseau in the fifth inning and added two more runs on a booming home run by Marcell Ozuna in the eighth inning to seal the victory. 

Milwaukee could only manage five hits all night and Braves starter Tucker Davidson picked up his first win of the season, allowing only three hits in five innings. 


The Braves (17-20) and  Brewers (23-14) will play the rubber game of the three-game series Wednesday at American Family Field with first pitch set for 12:10 pm.  


Kewaunee boys, Sturgeon Bay girls capture Packerland track crown

The Sturgeon Bay girls and the Kewaunee boys track teams were the big winners at the Packerland Conference Championships on Monday in Brussels.


The Clippers girls scored 143 points, topping second-place Southern Door (123) and third place Gibraltar (83). Cate Anderson swept the hurdles events, Hannah Sternard won every jump event, Andrea Wilke captured the pole vault crown, and the 4x400m relay dominated to pace the Clippers.


The Storm boys scored 212 points to beat second-place Southern Door (116) and third place Peshtigo (114). Kewaunee's Ben Heim won the 100m, 200m, and 400m, Cameron Cullen captured the 800m, 1600m, and 3200m titles, and the team swept all four relays.


 Womens Varsity

1.Sturgeon Bay143

2.Southern Door123







9.Green Bay NEW Lutheran27


Mens Varsity


2.Southern Door116


4.Sturgeon Bay75


6.Green Bay NEW Lutheran55





Mens Wheelchair


Girls soccer round-up: L-C, Sturgeon Bay battle conference foes

The Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay soccer teams will keep things in the conference Tuesday night.


The Clippers head south to face Two Rivers in an EWC/Packerland matchup at 4:30 p.m.


The Spartans will stay at home for a 6:30 p.m. tilt against Waupaca.

Softball round-up: Eagles nip Wolves

The Southern Door Eagles' extra innings victory highlighted one of the final games before Thursday's start of the WIAA softball Tournament.


The Eagles pushed across two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat Algoma 7-6.


Sevastopol only needed five innings to sink Sturgeon Bay 13-0.


On the final day of the regular season, it will be Algoma traveling to Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee hosting St. Mary Catholic, and Sturgeon Bay battling Peshtigo for 4:30 games. 

DCBL Recap: Egg Harbor topples on Baileys Harbor on 105.1 The GOAT

The Egg Harbor Indians easily won the first battle of the harbors this Door County Baseball League, beating Baileys Harbor 18-2.


The Indians scored three runs in the second inning and four in the sixth inning to put the game out of reach with plenty of room for error. The A's scored their single tallies in the first and fourth innings. 


In other action, West Jacksonport doubled up Sister Bay 10-5, Maplewood nipped Kolberg 11-9, and Washington Island beat Institute 15-3.

Softball brackets released, Sevastopol top D5 seed

The area's softball teams have a better idea where they will be heading over the next several weeks when the WIAA Tournament begins on Thursday.


Sevastopol drew a top seed in Division 5 while Luxemburg-Casco (D2), Southern Door (D3), and Algoma (D4) will have a few days more to prepare for their playoff action. Below is the schedule of the local teams and where they will be heading, along with where they will be broadcast if applicable. 



May 24th: Luxemburg-Casco vs. Little Chute 4:30 p.m. (104.1 WRLU. Broadcast begins at 4 p.m.)



May 19th: Sturgeon Bay at Kewaunee 5 p.m.

May 24th: Southern Door at Wrightstown 5 p.m.



May 19th: Gibraltar/Washington Island at Crivitz  4:30 p.m. (105.1 The GOAT Broadcast begins at 4 p.m.)

May 24th: Algoma at Coleman 5 p.m.



May 24th: Sevastopol vs. Oneida Nation/Goodman-Pembine Winner 


There are still games on the docket for Monday including Algoma at Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay at Sevastopol, and NEW Lutheran at Gibraltar.

High School Baseball Preview: Sturgeon Bay visits Sevastopol

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball makes the short trip north on Highway 57 to face Sevastopol in Institute on Monday.


The Clippers were only able to squeeze one of its two games in last week against Peshtigo, falling 5-3 to the Bulldogs. Emmett Braschnewitz had a single and a double with two RBI in the loss. 


The Pioneers lost to Gibraltar 17-9 in its last game. Jack de Young, Frankie Ash, and Nick Peterson all had three hits and two RBI in the loss.


Other baseball games occurring on Monday include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Clintonville (4:30 p.m.) and Algoma traveling to Southern Door (5 p.m.).



Southern Door hosts Packerland track championships

Southern Door High School will be the scene where a new champion will be crowned in Packerland track and field.


In last year's conference championships hosted at Peshtigo, the Sevastopol girls and the Kewaunee boys won their respective titles. At the relays meet held earlier this season, the Southern Door girls and the Kewaunee boys were crowned champions in Algoma.


The first events will begin in Brussels at 3:30 p.m. 

DCBL Preview: Egg Harbor welcomes Baileys Harbor on 105.1 The GOAT

The battle of the harbors goes to the bayside Sunday as Egg Harbor welcomes Baileys Harbor.


Both teams were on the opposite sides of blowouts last week with the Indians pounding Institute 26-1 while the A's were on the short end of a 18-1 decision to Washington Island.


Quinn Struck and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m.


Other Door County Baseball League games scheduled for 1:30 p.m. starts include West Jacksonport visiting Sister Bay, Institute hosting Washington Island, and Maplewood trekking to Kolberg. 

Pioneers softball sweeps Algoma

The Sevastopol Pioneers softball team made the most of their two games against Algoma on Saturday, winning both of them.


GAME 1. Sevastopol 7, Algoma 3
Bailey Rikkola went a perfect 4-4 with a double and Kristen Daubner went 2-4 with 3 RBIs. Libby Ash was the winning pitcher, striking out 7 and allowing 5 hits.

GAME 2. Sevastopol 6, Algoma 1
Addison Schauske was the winning pitcher, striking out 5 and allowing 4 hits. Jolene Luedtke went 2-3. Alaina Schopf went 2-2 with a double. Naomi Rikkola went 1-1 with a triple.

Eagles baseball sweeps Cedar Grove-Belgium

 The Southern Door Eagles' offense was on for both ends of a doubleheader on Saturday, beating Cedar Grove-Belgium 6-3 and 6-1.


In game one, Jared Hawkey was the winning pitcher with 3 IP in relief. He allowed 0 hits while recording 6 strikeouts. Christian Counard hit a double in the victory.

In game two, Joey Jeanquart went the distance, allowing just two hits with 7 punchouts. Nic Pierre led the way offensively with two RBI.


The Eagles improved to 14-2 on the season. 

Clippers soccer falls at Xavier

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team kept it close in the first half but host Xavier pushed forward as they went on to win 3-0 Saturday.


Andrea Brizuela Seijo snuck one goal and Keira Peterson got two goals passed Clippers goalkeeper Drew Starr to take the victory. 

Larson, Thiry, Holschuh win NEC Track titles

Both teams took fourth but three Luxemburg-Casco athletes took home top honors at Friday's NEC Championships.


John Larson won the 300m hurdles to pace the boys team while Taylor Thiry (shot put) and Grace Holschuh (long jump) won title to lead the girls.



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Isaac Vandenbush11.54aLuxemburg-Casco

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

5.12Isaac Vandenbush11.64aLuxemburg-Casco

25.9Andrew Klass12.40a PRLuxemburg-Casco

28.12Burke Holzworth12.84a PRLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.11Logan Vandermause23.54aLuxemburg-Casco

16.11Jack Rollin24.46a PRLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.9Hudson Thiry56.82a PRLuxemburg-Casco

11.10Trevor Beaupre58.31aLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.11Spencer Thiry2:07.83aLuxemburg-Casco

9.11Ty Tenor2:20.44aLuxemburg-Casco

11.10Lance Chervosky2:25.27aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.11Spencer Thiry4:56.31aLuxemburg-Casco

--11Gabriel HavelSCRLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.11Gabriel Havel10:47.79aLuxemburg-Casco

12.9Kyan Lynts11:22.80a PRLuxemburg-Casco

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals

2.12John Larson15.28a PRLuxemburg-Casco

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims

2.12John Larson15.88aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals

1.12John Larson40.33a PRLuxemburg-Casco

12.11Connor Leppiaho50.30aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Andrew Klass

12Burke Holzworth

12Clay Peppin

10Ezra Waege

51.21aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


12Isaac Vandenbush

12John Larson

11Jack Rollin

11Logan Vandermause

1:33.49aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Hudson Thiry

11Spencer Thiry

10Trevor Beaupre

11Logan Vandermause

DQLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Gabriel Havel

10Lance Chervosky

11Ty Tenor

9Hudson Thiry

9:19.00aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals

11.12Matthew Ledvina37-11.50Luxemburg-Casco

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals

8.12Matthew Ledvina134-04 PRLuxemburg-Casco

16.10Logan Guillette96-01Luxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

6.11Jack Rollin5-04.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

5.11George Herlache11-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

9.11TJ Kuhn9-06.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

2.12Isaac Vandenbush20-08.00Luxemburg-Casco

4.10Trevor Beaupre20-01.00Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

4.12Isaac Vandenbush41-03.50 PRLuxemburg-Casco

8.10Trevor Beaupre39-00.75 PRLuxemburg-Casco

11.11Jack Rollin35-01.00 SRLuxemburg-Casco



7.10Gabrielle Wech13.24aLuxemburg-Casco

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

6.10Gabrielle Wech13.24a SRLuxemburg-Casco12.10Mackenzie Turner13.89aLuxemburg-Casco13.10Danica Mrotek13.94a PRLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.9McKenna Rank28.35a PRLuxemburg-Casco11.10Gabrielle Wech28.62aLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Micaela Boucher1:06.75aLuxemburg-Casco8.10Eva Hau1:08.59aLuxemburg-Casco10.11Eva Junion1:14.72aLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.9Grace Havel2:49.40aLuxemburg-Casco13.10Elizabeth Rank3:00.02aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.12Megan Vandermause6:09.09aLuxemburg-Casco12.12Alyssa Delebreau6:43.33aLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.11Madilyn Bevins12:55.36aLuxemburg-Casco5.12Megan Vandermause13:44.01aLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals

4.11Alexis Vogt17.72aLuxemburg-Casco5.10Grace Seering17.86a PRLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims

5.11Alexis Vogt17.70aLuxemburg-Casco7.10Grace Seering18.16aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

2.10Grace Seering52.06aLuxemburg-Casco3.9Elaina Holschuh53.19aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Danica Mrotek

12Madelyn Smith

10Mackenzie Turner

11Alexis Vogt

55.16aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Gabrielle Wech

11Emily Ropson

12Grace Holschuh

9McKenna Rank

1:52.40aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Grace Seering

12Micaela Boucher

9Elaina Holschuh

9McKenna Rank

4:22.33aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Madilyn Bevins

12Alyssa Delebreau

9Grace Havel

12Megan Vandermause

10:54.56aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

1.12Taylor Thiry39-07.75Luxemburg-Casco10.11Linsey Pardowsky29-05.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

12.11Lily Giese77-09Luxemburg-Casco--12Taylor ThiryDQLuxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

4.12Grace Holschuh4-10.00Luxemburg-Casco5.11Autumn Flynn4-10.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

9.11Emily Ropson7-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

1.12Grace Holschuh15-09.50Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

2.12Grace Holschuh32-09.00Luxemburg-Casco8.11Autumn Flynn31-01.50 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Eagles softball blows past Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles softball team nearly put up 10-plus runs in two innings on Friday en route to a 23-2 victory in three innings over Gibraltar.


The Eagles scored nine runs in the first inning and 12 in the second to set the stage for the short evening. Six different players registered RBI for the Eagles, led by five from Chloe Lustila and three from Colbie Jauquet. Delfosse picked up the win for the Eagles from the pitcher's circle while Lustila closed things out. Both pitchers struck out three.


The Vikings were able to score in their half of the third inning their first runs since April 23rd. Pamela Prescott was credited with an RBI with one of the Vikings' two hits on the day. 

Big innings give Eagles win over Vikings on 105.1 The GOAT

A pair of four-run innings and a great pitching performance from Christian Counard was all the Southern Door Eagles needed to beat the Gibraltar Vikings Friday night 8-2 in Fish Creek.


The Vikings were able to get base runners on in every inning but the sixth against the Eagles' pitching, only to be denied by the arms of Christian Counard and Charlie Neinas along with sound defense behind them. Counard struck out five over his five innings pitched while allowing a handful of hits. Neinas struck out four in his two innings of work.


The Eagles scored four in the third inning with with a hit by pitch registering the first run and a single by Neinas driving in some additional Eagles. After Brady Kita scored in the third inning, the Eagles would score four more in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach. Logan Jeanquart registered three RBI on the night. Jack Peterson and Tyler Neinas also had two hits. 


Kita would come around to score again in the fifth inning to make it an 8-2 ballgame. Sam Lindenberg had four hits in the game for the Vikings while Kita also had multiple hits in the loss. 


The Eagles host Cedar Grove/Belgium for a pair tomorrow morning at 11 a.m.



Baseball round-up: Gibraltar hosts Southern Door on 105.1 The GOAT

Gibraltar will battle Southern Door for a doubleheader at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek after a night of mixed results for both teams.


The Vikings struggled again against Kewaunee, losing their game 12-2. Brady Kita had a pair of hits for the Vikings, while Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole registered RBI. An eight-run third inning for the Storm ultimately doomed the Vikings. Thomas Stangel and Cal Ihlenfeldt collected three RBI apiece, while Ihlenfeldt pitched all five innings, allowing one run on six hits with six strikeouts.


The Eagles were scheduled for a doubleheader against Oconto, but no results were posted and were possibly affected by Thursday's storm pattern. They mercy-ruled Green Bay East/West earlier in the week.


Tim Kowols and Quinn Struck will have the call at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and


Other scores from across the area included Luxemburg-Casco falling to Notre Dame 7-6 and Sturgeon Bay losing to Peshtigo 5-3.


Friday''s games include the Spartans traveling to Fox Valley Lutheran. Saturday's games include Southern Door hosting Cedar Grove/Belgium at 11 a.m., Algoma at North Fond du Lac at noon, and Kewaunee visiting Racine Park High School at 1:15 p.m.


Soccer Round-Up: Clippers Soccer team edges Vikineers at Baileys Harbor on The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Girls Soccer team traveled to Baileys Harbor on Thursday night, and after a slight delay due to lightning in the area, the girls picked up the win.


It was an exciting first half, and the Sevastopol/Gibraltar Vikineers had opportunities in the first half, including a penalty kick after a foul occurred just inside the 18-yard box. The PK ended up going just high of the goal. After a few halftime adjustments, the Clippers came out strong in the second half and were able to grab the go-ahead goal in the 63rd minute. Emma Reichel had the game's only goal, which was enough for Clippers to leave Bailey's Harbor with the victory. Last night was Parent's night for the Vikineers. 


The next broadcast of Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer is scheduled for Tuesday against Kiel. The Clippers will play against Xavier Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Playing in the Bay Conference, Xavier is 4-5-5 on the season. They broke a five-math winless streak with an 11-1 victory over New London their last time out.


In the area's other game  Thursday, Luxemburg-Casco's match against Marinette was canceled due to weather. 

Softball round-up: Southern Door sweeps NEW Lutheran

Southern Door dominated both of its games on Thursday to highlight the day's action of softball.


The Eagles' Ashlyn Delfosse and Chloe Lustila provided the hitting and pitching in both games as they beat the Blazers 13-3 and 10-0.


Kewaunee shut out Sturgeon Bay 6-0.


Scheduled games from Thursday with no scores include Luxemburg-Casco/Waupaca and Gibraltar/Algoma.


Friday's games include Kewaunee playing at Peshtigo and Gibraltar hosting Southern Door for 4:30 p.m. tilts. 

Packers learn their schedule

A home opener against the Chicago Bears, no bye week before or after a trip to London, and a visit from former head coach Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys highlight the Green Bay Packers 2022 schedule.


The Packers are scheduled to play five prime-time games and five 3:25 p.m. games, giving them a few more noon starts than they had last year. Below is the schedule:


Sun., Sept. 11              at Minnesota Vikings                                      3:25 p.m. FOX

Sun., Sept. 18              CHICAGO BEARS                                          7:20 p.m. NBC

Sun., Sept. 25              at Tampa Bay Buccaneers                            3:25 p.m. FOX

Sun., Oct. 2                   NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (Gold Pkg.)   3:25 p.m. CBS

Sun., Oct. 9                   vs. New York Giants (Tottenham)                8:30 a.m. NFLN

Sun., Oct. 16                NEW YORK JETS                                            *12 p.m. FOX

Sun., Oct. 23                at Washington Commanders                          *12 p.m. FOX

Sun., Oct. 30                at Buffalo Bills                                                *7:20 p.m. NBC

Sun., Nov. 6                  at Detroit Lions                                                  *12 p.m. FOX

Sun., Nov. 13                DALLAS COWBOYS                                    *3:25 p.m. FOX

Thu., Nov. 17                TENNESSEE TITANS (Gold Pkg.)              7:15 p.m. Prime Video

Sun., Nov. 27                at Philadelphia Eagles                                  *7:20 p.m. NBC

Sun., Dec. 4                  at Chicago Bears                                              *12 p.m. FOX

Sun., Dec. 11                BYE

Mon., Dec. 19               LOS ANGELES RAMS                                 *7:15 p.m. ESPN/ABC

Sun., Dec. 25                at Miami Dolphins                                               12 p.m. FOX

Sun., Jan. 1                   MINNESOTA VIKINGS                                 *3:25 p.m. CBS

Sat./Sun., Jan. 7/8       DETROIT LIONS                                                     TBD TBD

Baseball preview: Gibraltar, Southern Door hit the road

Ahead of their doubleheader showdown to be featured on 105.1 The GOAT on Friday, Gibraltar and Southern Door's baseball teams head out of town on Thursday.


In addition to the Vikings playing a single game at Kewaunee (4:30 p.m.) and the Eagles  battling Oconto in a doubleheader (4:30 p.m.), Sturgeon Bay playing two in town against Peshtigo (4:30 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco playing one at home against Notre Dame Academy.

Softball round-up: Sevastopol wins in five innings

The Sevastopol Pioneers' softball team only needed five innings to demolish St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 14-1.


Libby Ash was the winning pitcher with 5 hits and 8 strikeouts. The Pioneer bats were led by Jolene Luedtke going 3-3 with a home run & 4 RBIs! Alaina Schopf went 2-3 with a triple. Naomi Rikkola went 2-2 with a double & 4 RBIs.


Thursday's softball games include Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Waupaca (4:30 p.m.), Sturgeon Bay visiting Kewaunee (4 p.m.), Southern Door hosting NEW Lutheran (4:30 p.m.), and Gibraltar heading to Algoma (4:30 p.m.).

Soccer preview: Sturgeon Bay travels to Sevastopol/Gibraltar on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' soccer team makes the trip north on Thursday to face Sevastopol/Gibraltar in a CWC/Packerland matchup.


The Clippers tied New Holstein 1-1 in their last match with Drew Starr making numerous 1v1 saves to keep them in the game. The Vikineers remain winless on the season after dropping their last game to Sheboygan Falls 10-0.


Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on 103.3 The Clipper and from Baileys Harbor Recreational Park beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first touch at 6 p.m.


In Thursday's other girls soccer game, Luxemburg-Casco makes the trip to Marinette.

Bucks steal victory from Celtics in game 5

Two key defensive plays in the last six seconds by Jrue Holiday propelled the Milwaukee Bucks to a 110-107 win over the Boston Celtics after overcoming a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter at TD Garden.

A rebounded basket off a missed free throw by Bobby Portis gave the Bucks the lead for good at 108-107 with 11.6 seconds left. 

Holiday blocked a shot by Marcus Smart and then stole the ball from him in the final seconds to secure the win. 

The Bucks trailed the game 93-79 with 10:16 left in the fourth quarter and outscored Boston 31-14 the rest of the way to win the pivotal game 5 in the NBA Eastern Conference Semi-finals.   

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 40 points and 11 rebounds, while Holiday added 24 points with 8 rebounds and 8 assists.   Milwaukee also got key contributions off the bench from Pat Connaughton and Portis who scored 13 and 14 points respectively. 

The Bucks now have a 3-2 games edge with the opportunity to close out the series at home on Friday night.

Softball Recap: Eagles fall, Spartans continue to roll

On the softball diamond, local high school teams were able to get their games in before late evening storms rolled through.


In Brussels, the Southern Door Eagles fell to the Oconto Blue Devils 10-4 in Packerland Conference action.


The Luxemburg-Casco Lady Spartans continued their impressive play by shutting out the Little Chute Mustangs 5-0 in Luxemburg.


Baseball Roundup:   Vikings win slugfest, L-C tops FVL

In local high school baseball Tuesday night, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes 8-5 in North Eastern Conference action.  Ryan Routhieaux and Peyton Mrotek led the Spartans in hitting with two knocks each.   


In a game that saw a combined 32 hits and 26 runs scored, the Gibraltar/Washington Island Vikings outslugged the Sevastopol Pioneers 17-9 in Fish Creek.  Ryan Jorgenson had a grand slam and five RBIs to lead the Vikings attack. 


The Kewaunee Storm beat the Oconto Blue Devils 10-3 at home. 



Southern Door wins Packerland Golf Meet

One stroke separated Southern Door and Oconto in the Packerland Golf Meet on Monday afternoon at Idlewild Golf Course.  The Eagles' five-man team shot a 185, edging the Blue Devils, who had 186.  Finley LaVine paced the Eagles with a 43, while Oconto’s Christian Koch matched him with a 43.  Other Southern Door scores included Shaun Tooley and Jacob Norton with 47s, Jacob Pierre with a 48, and Luke Olson’s 53.  The complete seven-team results are posted below.


Bucks fade late against Celtics, game 5 Wednesday

A late fourth-quarter run propelled the Boston Celtics to a 116-108 road win over the Milwaukee Bucks in game 4 of the NBA Eastern Semi-finals Monday evening at Fiserv Forum.  


Giannis Antetokounmpo tried to carry the Bucks with 34 points, 18 rebounds, and five assists, but it was not enough as Milwaukee was outscored 43-28 in the fourth quarter.


The Bucks led by as much as 11 points in the third quarter, but Al Horford had a career playoff game with 30 points to keep Boston close for the final push.


The series will now return to Boston for game five on Wednesday night.  Tip off is set for 6 pm. 

Softball Round Up: Luxemburg-Casco no-hits Clintonville, twice

The Spartans swept a double header against Clintonville by scores of 3-0 and 20-0 in three innings on Monday in North Eastern Conference softball.


Game one was a pitcher's duel between L-C's Rebecca Kroll and Clintonville's Carolyn Sasse. Each maintained a no-hitter through the first five innings with Sasse's being a perfect game. Kroll pitched a hitless top of the sixth. LC finally broke through in the bottom of the inning on Payton Kaminski's double, Kylie Hanson's two out RBI single, Rebecca Kroll's RBI double and Josie Dorner's RBI single. Kroll recorded all outs in the seventh via strike out to end the game and record her second consecutive no-hitter.


Kroll threw a complete game, surrendering no hits, 15 strike outs and 2 walks.


In game two, Emily Jandrin tossed a three-inning no-hitter for the Spartans as Luxemburg-Casco crushed the Truckers 20-3.  

Baseball recap: Southern Door blasts Green Bay East, Sturgeon Bay falls to Preble

Monday evening area high school baseball included two non-conference games.


The Southern Door Eagles exploded for 12 runs and crushed the Green Bay East Red Devils.  Pitcher Drew Daoust pitched four strong innings only allowing three hits and earned the victory.  The Eagles’ offense had a balanced attack as Jack Peterson went 2/4 with two RBIs, Jayden Diller was 2/2 and Tyler Neinas went 2/3.  Christian Counard also added a home run as Southern Door posted a 12-3 win in non-conference action. 


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers fell to Green Bay Preble at home 12-3.  


The Kewaunee Storm claimed a road win by defeating the Two Rivers Purple Raiders 7-1.  


In North Eastern Conference play, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans dominated the Oconto Falls Panthers 11-1 on the road.



Baseball preview: Southern Door plays Green Bay East at Joannes Park

The Southern Door Eagles baseball will play on the same field as Rogers Hornsby and Honus Wagner Monday afternoon to highlight the day's slate.


The Eagles will play a 4:30 p.m. matchup against Green Bay East at Joannes Stadium, located near the high school.


Kewaunee will make up its game against Two Rivers at Walsh Field at 4:30 p.m.


Algoma travels to face Kohler at 4:30 p.m.


Sturgeon Bay will play under their own lights for a 6:30 p.m. tilt against Green Bay Preble.

Southern Door hosts Packerland golf meet

Southern Door will take its turn hosting the Packerland Conference for a golf meet at Idlewild Golf Course on Monday.


In the last meet, the Sturgeon Bay golf team's improving play earned them their first victory of the season Thursday at Peninsula State Park Golf Course in Ephraim. The Clippers shot a 177, four strokes ahead of second-place Peshtigo and seven strokes better than third-place Southern Door.


Local high scores included Gibraltar's Finn Salm (47), Sevastopol's Nikolai Quale (56), Southern Door's Jacob Norton, Jacob Pierre, and Finley Lavine (48), and Sturgeon Bay's Kyle Bilski (41). 


Tee time is set for 4 p.m.


Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District

DCBL Round-up: Kolberg runs past West Jacksonport on 105.1 The GOAT

After giving up the lead in the third inning, Kyle Routhieaux hit the go-ahead homer that led the Kolberg Braves past the West Jackonsport Ports 12-5 in Sunday's Door County Baseball League opener.


Routhieaux led the way for the Braves by getting on base five other times via walks, scoring three times, and swiping two bags.


Woody Schartner took the loss as the pitcher for the Ports, but he helped his own cause with three hits, including a two-run double in the third that tied the game in the third inning. 


The Braves scored multiple runs in the sixth and ninth innings to pull away from the host Ports.


In other DCBL action, Washington Island toppled Baileys Harbor 18-1, Egg Harbor beat Institute 26-1, and Sister Bay blew past Maplewood 13-2. In that game, Sister Bay's Griffin Cole ( 3 hits, 3 RBI) and Stewart Larsen (2 hits, 4 RBI) led the way offensively. 

West Jacksonport hosts Kolberg in DCBL opener on 105.1 The GOAT

The Kolberg Braves look to improve on their playoff championship from last year when they travel to West Jacksonport to face the Ports Sunday afternoon.


The Braves won their first DCBL Playoff Championship since 2014 last year when they beat the Sister Bay Bays 5-1 behind a masterful pitching performance by current St. Norbert College product Trevor Reinhardt. 


The Ports finished last season in the bottom half of the league, but beat the Braves in the shortened 2020 tournament.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the action on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m.


Interview with Kolberg Manager Dave Neinas


Other DCBL action on Sunday includes Sister Bay visiting Maplewood, Egg Harbor hosting Institute, and Washington Island traveling to Baileys Harbor. All Sunday games begin at 1:30 p.m.

Baseball: Kewaunee, Gibraltar battle at Fox Cities Stadium

Fox Cities Stadium is hosting its second game of the season with some local flair on Saturday.


Kewaunee and Gibraltar will get their turn at the home of the Timber Rattlers with a first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.


Sevastopol will make the trip to the other side of the bay to face St. Thomas  Aquinas for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.


Southern Door is hosting Winneconne for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.

Softball round-up: Sevastopol edges out Southern Door

Sevastopol scored the game-winning run in the fifth inning to edge out Southern Door 2-1 to enter the weekend on a winning note.


Libby Ash pitched a complete game to earn the victory for the Pioneers. 


The Pioneers are back in action on Saturday at a tournament in Chilton also featuring Kenosha St. Joseph, Campbellsport, Howards Grove, Mishicot, Plymouth, Stockbridge, Sturgeon Bay, Reedsville, and Wrightstown. 


Kewaunee will head to Denmark to face Shawano and Denmark in consecutive games beginning at 1:45 p.m.


The Luxemburg-Casco softball team defeated the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes in both games of a double header. 

Sturgeon Bay picks up golf win at Peninsula

The Sturgeon Bay golf team's improving play earned them their first victory of the season Thursday at Peninsula State Park Golf Course in Ephraim.


The Clippers shot a 177, four strokes ahead of second-place Peshtigo and seven strokes better than third-place Southern Door.


Team Leaders

Gibraltar: Finn Salm 47

NEW Lutheran: Charlie Sabel 47

Oconto: David Westenberg 48

Peshtigo: Grant Bauman 39

Sevastopol: Nikolai Quale 56

Southern Door: Jacob Norton, Jacob Pierre, and Finley Lavine 48

Sturgeon Bay: Kyle Bilski 41



Soccer round-up: Local teams struggle

The area's girls' soccer teams could not muster enough offense to sneak out a victory on Thursday.


Drew Starr kept Sturgeon Bay in the game but the Clippers came away with 1-1 draw against New Holstein.


Tabi Lemens had 23 saves by Luxemburg-Casco was shut out 4-0 in Wrightstown.


Sevastopol/Gibraltar was shut out for the second time this week, losing to Sheboygan Falls 10-0.


Kewaunee and NEW Lutheran were scheduled to play.

Gibraltar hosts Packerland Golf meet Thursday

Peninsula Golf Course will be the site of Thursday's Packerland Conference golf meet hosted by Gibraltar.


NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will also participate.


All Door County teams trailed Oconto, but it was Sturgeon Bay that had the upper hand over all other Door County at Monday's Packerland Conference Meet at The Orchards in Egg Harbor.


The Clippers scored 186 over nine holes, just one stroke behind first-place Oconto. Southern Door took fourth with a score of 193, while Sevastopol and Gibraltar did not have enough golfers to score as a team.


Tee time is set for 4 p.m.

Track preview: Packerland schools go their separate ways

Packerland track teams will be heading to a pair of big meets on Thursday.


Gibraltar and Kewaunee will meet Coleman, Crivitz, Gillett, Laona-Wabeno, Lena, Marinette,
Menominee (MI), Menomonee Indian, Oconto, Oconto Falls, and Oneida Nation at Peshtigo with the first events beginning at 4 p.m.


Algoma and Sevastopol will travel to Seymour to face Ashwaubenon, Bonduel, Clintonville, Denmark, Green Bay East, Hortonville, Kiel,
Menasha, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Oshkosh North, Pulaski, and West De Pere with the first events starting at 3:30 p.m.


Baseball/Softball preview: Doubleheaders highlight Thursday

Many of the local high school teams for baseball and softball will be engaged in doubleheaders on Thursday.


The doubleheader matchups include Algoma hosting Oconto, Sevastopol playing at home against NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee traveling to Southern Door,  and Gibraltar welcoming Sturgeon Bay. The first game begins at 4:30 p.m.


Luxemburg-Casco will stay at home for a single game at 4:30 p.m. against Seymour. The Spartans baseball team lost their Wednesday night game to Wrightstown 5-1.

Soccer preview: L-C looks to start new streak

The area's girls' soccer teams are back in action Thursday afternoon as the weather warms up.


Luxemburg-Casco looks to build on its 2-0 win over Sevastopol/Gibraltar on Tuesday with a Thursday match at Wrightstown at 4:30 p.m.


Speaking of the Vikineers, they are at Sheboygan Falls for a 4:30 p.m. first touch.


Sturgeon Bay plays at home against New Holstein at 6 p.m.


Kewaunee makes the trip to Green Bay for a 4:30 p.m. match against NEW Lutheran.

Packers to play Giants in London on October 9

The NFL released details of the regular-season game between the Green Bay Packer and the New York Giants that will be played in London on October 9.  The designated home game for the Packers will be played at 8:30 am Central Standard Time. 


The Packers report that limited tickets are available to season ticket holders through a drawing later this spring.  The first-ever game in Europe for Green Bay will be held at the largest football stadium in London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a capacity of 62,850. 

Southern Door Softball cruises to softball win over Notre Dame

Chloie Lustila had four RBIs and the Southern Door Eagles softball cruised to a 15-3 win over the Notre Dame Tritons on Tuesday afternoon.  The five-inning contest saw the Eagles score 10 runs in the fourth inning to put the game away.  Ashlyn Delfosse pitched four innings and struck out three Tritons in earning the win.  Lustilla pitched the final inning and struck out two hitters as the Eagles earned an easy non-conference win.  The Eagles are next scheduled to play at Oconto next Tuesday returning to Packerland Conference action.   

Bucks get torched as Celtics even series

The Milwaukee Bucks fell behind 18-3 from the start against the Boston Celtics and could never recover, falling 109-86 in game two in the Eastern Conference semi-finals. 


Jalen Brown scored 25 of his game-high 30 points in the first half as the Celtics took a sommanding 65-40 advantage into halftime.  


Boston was hot shooting from the outside all night hitting 21/44 three-pointers while the Bucks shot only 3/18 from beyond the arc.


Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a team-high 28 points but was held to only five points in the decisive first half.


The series is tied at 1-1 and the two teams will now get three days off before playing game three at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on Saturday afternoon at 2:30.  

Clippers edge Eagles as best Door County squad in latest golf meet

All Door County teams trailed Oconto, but it was Sturgeon Bay that had the upper hand over all other Door County at Monday's Packerland Conference Meet at The Orchards in Egg Harbor.


The Clippers scored 186 over nine holes, just one stroke behind first-place Oconto. Southern Door took fourth with a score of 193 while Sevastopol and Gibraltar did not have enough golfers to score as a team.



Gibraltar: Teddy Roth 49

NEW Lutheran: Charlie Sabel 51

Oconto: Christian Koch 43

Peshtigo: Grant Bauman 41

Sevastopol: Jordyn Welch 59

Southern Door: Jacob Norton 45

Sturgeon Bay: Isaak Aune and Kyle Bilski 44



Baseball round-up: Kewaunee sweeps, L-C wins

Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco captured victories to kick off the week of high school baseball on a high note.


The Storm beat the Clippers in consecutive games 8-2 and 2-1.


The Spartans beat the Tigers 5-3 with Peyton Mrotek (2x3) and Garrett Simonar (2x3) leading the way.


Tuesday's games include Gibraltar traveling to Algoma (5 p.m.), Sevastopol hosting Southern Door (5 p.m.), and Luxemburg-Casco visiting Wrightstown (4:30 p.m.). 

Softball round-up: Blowouts dominate Monday

Finding a pitcher's duel was easier said than done in Monday's slate of softball games.


Jolene Luedtke went 5-5 with three triples and Kayla Ranly had a grand slam en route to a five RBI day as Sevastopol romped over Gibraltar 29-0.


Emily Jandrin threw a complete game, six-inning, two-hitter with six strikeouts as Luxemburg-Casco beat Little Chute 11-0.


Chloie Lustila drove in four runs as Southern Door toppled Oostburg 13-2.


Kewaunee battled NEW Lutheran, but no score was reported. 


In Tuesday action, Southern Door hosts Notre Dame (5 p.m.), Luxemburg-Casco travels to Kewaunee (4:30 p.m.) and Sevastopol heads to Bonduel (4:30 p.m.).

Soccer round-up: Clippers tie, Luxemburg-Casco to host Sevastopol/Gibraltar

Non-conference games are the theme of the early part of the week for the girls' soccer schedule. 


Josie Rangel scored twice in Sturgeon Bay's 2-2 draw against Ashwaubenon


Kewaunee was scheduled to play Green Bay East Monday, but there were no results provided.


On Tuesday, Luxemburg-Casco will host regional rival Sevastopol/Gibraltar for a 6:30 p.m. kickoff.

Packers confirm soccer exhibition

Football will be played at Lambeau Field this summer, but not the kind you are accustomed to.


The Green Bay Packers, Manchester City, and FC Bayern Munich announced on Monday that the historic stadium will host the USA Cup, a friendly between the two clubs that is part of their respective summer tours stateside this summer. According to a release from the Packers, this will be the second meeting between the clubs on U.S. territory after Man City defeated FCB 3-2 on July 28, 2018, at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium in an International Champions Cup match.


Tickets will be sold in phases throughout the week ahead of the general public sale on Friday through Ticketmaster. Supporter group members get the first crack beginning on Tuesday and Wednesday with Packers season ticket holders having their opportunity on Thursday. Tickets are priced between $35 and $160.


Expectations are high for the first soccer match at Lambeau Field. Discover Green Bay estimates the event will have a $10 million impact on the region.

Softball/Baseballl preview: Teams play catch-up

A number of Monday's softball games will help the Packerland Conference make-up some of the postponed games from earlier this season.


Those games include Sevastopol visiting Gibraltar (5 p.m), Sturgeon Bay hosting Oconto (5 p.m.)Kewaunee playing at home against NEW Lutheran (5 p.m.),  Southern Door visiting Oostburg (5 p.m.) and Luxemburg-Casco heading to Little Chute (4:30 p.m.)


Over on the baseball diamond, Sturgeon Bay will play a doubleheader at Kewaunee (4 p.m.) and Luxemburg-Casco welcomes Wrightstown (4:30 p.m.). 

Door County Baseball League returns Mother's Day, 105.1 The GOAT new radio home

The Door County Baseball League kicks off Sunday with four games throughout the county starting at 1:30 pm.  Egg Harbor Indians will host the Institute Cubs, Baileys Harbor A’s host Washington Island Islanders, Maplewood Mets host the Sister Bay Bays and West Jacksonport Ports will host the Kolberg Braves. 


The season wrapped up last year with Sister Bay taking the regular-season championship.  In post-season action, Kolberg beat out Washington Island to advance to the post-season championship game.  When Sister Bay took out Institute, it was Kolberg at Sister Bay for the final game of the season.  Kolberg captured the post-season championship title, upsetting Sister Bay with a 5-1 win.


It’s a new season! A lot of new players and a couple of new managers. Great baseball in Door County with just a $4.00 admission and children are free.   Find Door County League Baseball on Facebook for up-to-date game posts and DCL trivia! 





Golf teams hit local courses

Two local courses will host the area's high school golf teams on Monday.


Luxemburg-Casco will welcome NEC rivals Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown to Northbrook Golf Course in Luxemburg for a noon tee time.


The Packerland Conference will head to The Orchards Golf Course in Egg Harbor for a meet where Gibraltar, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Southern Door, Sevastopol, and Sturgeon Bay will battle beginning at 4 p.m.

England calling Packers this week

A pair of Packers-related announcements this week will have a decidedly British tone.


WLUK in Green Bay reported last week that Monday will be the day the organization potentially confirms its plans to host a soccer exhibition between Manchester City and Bayern Munich. Rumors about the contest began in March, but all the Packers have said is they are planning a major announcement for Monday and that participants in the event will be present. Both soccer clubs have announced plans for games in the United States.


The NFL announced last month that May 4th will be when its international slate of games will be announced. The Packers will play at the home of Tottenham Hot Spur against a yet-to-be-named opponent. The international contest will cost the Packers a home game, something the organization hopes the soccer exhibition will be able to replace.

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