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Baseball Regional Round Up: Gibraltar, Southern Door advance, L-C, Kewaunee, Algoma fall

The area saw two teams advance in the WIAA regional playoffs and three other local teams saw their seasons come to an end.


In Division 2, Luxemburg-Casco lost a heartbreaker 6-5 to the defending State Champions, Denmark Vikings on 104.1 WRLU.


The Southern Door Eagles routed the Howards Grove Tigers 15-5 on U-102.1 in Division 3 regional play. 


#1 seeded Kewaunee was upset by #8 New Holstein 7-5 in 11 innings at home in Division 3 action. 


Algoma lost to Iola-Scandinavia 4-1 in nine innings in a  Division 4 semi-final.


On 105.1 The Goat Gibraltar edged Rosholt 3-2 in Fish Creek and will play at Stevens Point Pacelli on Wednesday in a Division 4 regional final.  





Wolves softball one game away after Tuesday win

The Algoma Wolves softball team is just one game away from the state tournament in Madison as they took down the St. Mary Catholic Zephyrs 5-2 on Tuesday afternoon. 


It was the strong pitching from freshman Macie Zimmerman that set the tone for Algoma, as she started the game shutting down the Zephyr offense in order. She would single to load the bases in the bottom half of the first inning, then Nora Krause would single home a run to make it 1-0 Algoma. Hannah Nell would then drive in the second run of the inning and the Wolves would shock St. Mary Catholic early 2-0. 


After Zimmerman got through the first two innings in just 27 pitches the Zephyrs would respond with a run of their own in the top of the third inning on a passed ball scoring Rhiannon Reichenbacher making the game 2-1. 


The Wolves would get that run back in the bottom of the fourth after a single and a steal from Brooke Mattson would set up Ryley Zimmerman to sacrifice Mattson over to third. Macie Zimmerman would then double in Mattson to give Algoma the 3-1 lead. 


Adding on one in the fifth and sixth were the Wolves after St. Mary Catholic scored one in the top of the sixth to make the final 5-2. The Wolves will now travel to Crivitz on Thursday to face Iola-Scandinavia in the sectional final matchup with a trip to Goodman Diamond in Madison in sight.

Fernández Finishes Wisconsin Rally with Walkoff Single in Tenth Rattlers come back from 6-0 deficit to beat Peoria 8-7

On a night where the Capital Credit Union Slide opened at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers sent their fans on a roller coaster ride.  Wisconsin rallied from deficits of 6-0 and 7-3 to eventually beat the Peoria Chiefs 8-7 in ten innings.  Eduarqui Fernández ended the evening with an RBI single in the bottom of the tenth to send Eduardo García home from second with the winning run.


The game was scoreless until the top of the fourth inning.

Peoria (21-25) loaded the bases against Wisconsin starting pitcher Alexander Cornielle on a single, a hit batsman, and another single.  Jeremy Rivas drew a four-pitch walk to force in the first run of the game.  Osvaldo Tovalin followed with an RBI single.  Then, Thomas Francisco had a sacrifice fly that moved up all three runners for a 3-0 lead.

Victor Scott II capped the inning with a two-run triple off the wall in center and the Chiefs were up 5-0.

In the sixth inning, Ramon Mendoza singled home a run and the Rattlers were down by six.  Wisconsin had four comeback wins this season prior to Tuesday night and the biggest deficit they had erased was a single run.

There were two outs with none on in the bottom of the seventh when García gave the team a spark with a single to right.  Je’Von Ward followed with a walk.  Then, Fernández singled to score García.  The Chiefs went to the bullpen and Roy Garcia walked Eric Brown Jr to load the bases.  Robert Moore singled in a run and Matt Wood walked to force in the third run of the inning.

The Chiefs scored a run on a two-out, bases-loaded walk to Nathan Church in the top of the eighth to take a 7-3 lead.

Joe Gray Jr and Darrien Miller started the Wisconsin eighth with singles to put runners on the corners.  Ward drove in Gray and moved Miller to second with a ground out.  Fernández drew a walk and that was the end of the line for Roy Garcia.

Matt Hickey, the fourth Peoria pitcher of the night, walked Brown to load the bases again.  Moore fell behind 0-2 before he singled to drive in two runs to get the Rattlers to within a run.

Wood was next, and he also fell behind 0-2 before driving home Brown with another single to tie the game 7-7.


Wisconsin needed some outstanding defense to preserve the tie and set the stage for Fernández in the bottom of the tenth.

In the top of the ninth, Rivas walked with one out.  Tovalin chopped a double over the head of Ben Metzinger at first base.  Rivas tried to score on the play, but a strong throw from Gray cut him down at the plate for the second out.

In the top of the tenth, Francisco started the inning at second with Brannon Jordan on the mound.  Mendoza tried to bunt Francisco over to third.  Metzinger was charging hard from first, fielded the ball, spun, and fired a strike to García at third.  García dropped the tag on Francisco for the first out.

The drama was just starting as Jordan walked the next two batter to load the bases and bring Church back to the plate.  Church sent a grounder to Metzinger, who fired home to Wood for the force out.  Metzinger rushed back to first and took the return throw from Wood for the inning-ending 3-2-3 double play.

Fernández stepped to the plate with one out in the bottom of the tenth and ended the game with a clean single to center to score García.


Game two of the series is Wednesday afternoon.  Game time is 12:10pm with Edwin Jimenez (1-1, 1.47) as the scheduled starting pitcher for Wisconsin.  The Chiefs have named Dionys Rodriguez (1-3, 3.62) as their starter.

Could Milwaukee lose baseball for a second time?

Major League Baseball seems poised to take a Milwaukee franchise hostage for a second time if they don't get their way.


MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred spoke to Milwaukee media members over the holiday weekend, telling them that the state will need to assist the team with over $400 million in renovations across 20 years to American Family Field. Otherwise, the league will look into potentially relocating the franchise. The upgrades would primarily improve the stadium's seats and concourses. 


The discussions come before the Brewers' lease is up at American Family Field in 2030 and after Governor Tony Evers' plan to put $290 million in funding was nixed by the state legislature. In 1995, then-Gov. Tommy Thompson approved a plan to fund the $300 million construction of then-Miller Park with a 0.1 percent sale tax in five counties including and near Milwaukee. The state pushed Lambeau Field's construction costs solely on Brown County taxpayers a few years later but gladly signed a public financing deal for Fiserv Forum where the Milwaukee Bucks play.


This would not be the first time a Milwaukee baseball franchise has threatened to leave either. The Braves would make good on the threat in 1966 when their Chicago-based owners moved the franchise to Atlanta where they felt they could make more money from ticket sales and broadcast revenues. In both cases, the Brewers and the Braves have been able to draw high attendance figures despite being located between two bigger markets (Chicago and Minneapolis) and three other MLB franchises.

Regional baseball continues with three games on NEW Radio Sports Network

Five local teams are still trying to work their way to the WIAA State Baseball Tournament next month with three of those games being featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network.


The Southern Door Eagles baseball team will begin their postseason action on Tuesday afternoon when they play host to the Howards Grove Tigers in WIAA Regional Semifinal baseball. Gary Barta and Jacob Nate will be on the call from Brussels on U-102.1 and beginning at 4:15 with the pregame show and 4:30 first pitch between the Eagles and Tigers.


The #8 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans look to avenge two regular season losses to #1 Denmark Vikings on Tuesday when they face the NEC champs in a Division II WIAA Regional semi-final baseball game. Tuesday’s game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:45 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 5:00 p.m. from Denmark High School.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.   


The Gibraltar/Washington Island Vikings will end their nearly weeklong layoff Tuesday afternoon when they host the Rosholt Hornets in the second round of the WIAA Baseball Tournament. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. If the Vikings win, 105.1 The GOAT will carry Wednesday's regional final when they host Lena or play at Pacelli.


The Algoma baseball team will stay at home Tuesday afternoon when they welcome Iola-Scandinavia.


Another trip to Fox Cities Stadium this season is the goal for the Kewaunee Storm baseball team that opens WIAA Tournament play on Tuesday against New Holstein as a top seed in the Division 3 field.


Local golfers take to sectional courses

A trip to Madison is on the line Tuesday as the sectional tournament gets underway.


Much of the local attention will be on the Wrightstown Sectional at Hilly Haven Golf Course where WIAA Regional Champion Sturgeon Bay will be paired with Wittenberg-Birnamwood and Waupun in the fifth group. Individually, you will find Landen Delebreau (10), Luxemburg-Casco in the first group,  Finley LaVine (10), Southern Door in the second group, and  James Glampe (10), Luxemburg-Casco in the fourth group. 


At the Crivitz Sectional at Hunter’s Glen Golf Course, it will be Teddy Roth (11), Gibraltar in the second group and Finn Salm (10), Gibraltar in the fourth group. 


The opening tee time for both sectionals is 9 a.m.

Algoma softball battles St. Mary Catholic in sectional-semifinals

The Algoma softball team can get one step closer to Madison on Tuesday when they host St. Mary Catholic in the WIAA Sectional Semifinals.


The drama was well worth it for the Algoma softball team as they beat St. Mary's Springs 8-7 in walk-off fashion to earn their spot in the semifinal. The Wolves would not score until Jaydyn Nellis cleared the bases on a triple to drive in Hannah Nell and Teagen Luedke to deliver the regional championship Macie Zimmerman picked up the win in the circle as she went the distance, allowing seven runs (4 ER) and 11 hits while striking out four.


St. Mary Catholic come riding into Algoma on a seven-game winning streak, including their own slim 4-2 regional championship win over Reedsville. The team provides plenty of offense, scoring more than 10 runs nine times in the year.

Kewaunee's Ihlenfeldt leads All-Packerland Conference teams

Several local athletes received honors over the weekend as the Packerland Conference named their All-Conference teams.


For baseball, Kewaunee Cal Ihlenfeldt took top honors as the player of the year and was also named unanimously to the first team as a pitcher. The conference champion Kewaunee Storm boast 10 overall selection to the All-Packerland squad, three of which were first-team selections. Southern Door's Tyler Neinas, Jack Peterson, Jaden Diller, and Christian Counard Gibraltar's Brady Kita and Rylan Caldecott,  Kewaunee's Payton Kohnle and Owen Carlson, and Sturgeon Bay's Bryce Plzak were all local players named first-team performers.


In softball, Peshtigo's Allison Peters was named the player of the year. Of local note, Algoma's Macie Zimmerman, Southern Door's Colbi Jauquet, Chloe Lustila, Sophia Counard, and Ashlyn Delfosse, Kewaunee's Breanna Riha, Sevastopol's Naomi Rikkola, Jolene Luedtke and Libby Ash were all named First Team All-Packerland Conference.


For golf, Peshtigo's Grant Bauman took the top prize while the First Team was also made up of Sturgeon Bay Isaak Aune and Tre Wienke, Gibraltar's Finn Salm, Kewaunee's Evan Maccaux, and Southern Door's Finley LaVine.


You can click the links for the full listings. 


Bucks close to naming Griffin as new coach

The Milwaukee Bucks could announce the hiring of Adrian Griffin as its new head  basketball coach in the coming days.


ESPN broke the news on Saturday that Bucks had begun negotiating with Griffin on a multiyear contact.


Griffin had been one Nick Nurse's top assistants on his Toronto Raptors staff before Nurse was show the door during the season. He is no stranger to the NBA's Central division, having served on staffs with Scott Skiles and Tom Thibodeau with the Chicago Bulls, current Bulls coach Billy Donovan during his stint with Oklahoma City, and Nurse. Griffin also started his coaching career with the Bucks in 2008 after his nine-year playing career was over. 

Lead Slips Away in Cedar Rapids

Joe Gray Jr had a heck of a day for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Sunday afternoon at PG Cares Field against the Cedar Rapids Kernels.  Gray homered twice, doubled once, and drove in six runs for the Rattlers.  However, Wisconsin couldn’t hold a 5-1 lead and dropped a 9-6 to the first-place Kernels.


Wisconsin (14-30) jumped in front when Joe Gray Jr jumped on a 3-2 pitch from Kernels starting pitcher Christian MacLeod for a three-run home run in the top of the first inning.

Cedar Rapids (25-20) got an unearned run in the bottom of the first inning against Wisconsin starter Tyler Woessner.  Tanner Schobel reached on an error to start the inning.  Schobel stole second and went to third on a wild pitch by Woessner.  Noah Miller singled with two outs to drive in Schobel.


Gray got that run back plus one more when he lined a 2-2 pitch from Malik Barrington just over the wall in left for his second home run of the game.

The Kernels scored more two-out runs in the third and fourth innings.  In the third, Emmanuel Rodriguez walked with one out, but was still at first with two outs.  Then, Noah Cardenas and Miller had back-to-back RBI doubles.  In the fourth, Jose Salas started the inning with a double, but was at third with two outs.   Schobel singled to knock in Salas to pull the Kernels to within 5-4.

Gray gave the Rattlers a little more breathing room in the top of the fifth.  Metzinger walked with two outs and Gray hit a high pop up to right.  Kyler Fedko, who was playing deep, ran a long way and got a glover on the ball.  However, he could not hold on for the out.  Metzinger scored as Gray slid into second with a double.  An error on the throw to second let Gray take third, but he was left there when the inning ended.  Wisconsin would only get one more baserunner in the game and never got another into scoring position.

Things got very weird in the bottom of the fifth inning.  Cardenas walked and Miller singled with one out against Ryan Brady.  The Rattler reliever had Misael Urbina on a 1-2 count and thought he had a strikeout on a check swing, but the pitch was ruled a ball and no swing on an appeal.  Brady missed with the next pitch for ball three.  However, Urbina thought it was ball four and started jogging to first.  The two runners on base also started walking to the next base as they had lost track of the count, too.  By the time Wisconsin realized that the play should have been live both Cardenas and Miller had “stolen” a base to get into scoring position.

Urbina, who had to walk back to the plate for the payoff pitch, smacked the next pitch to left for an RBI single.  Salas tied the game with a sacrifice fly.

Karlos Morales entered the game for the bottom of the sixth.  He walked two of the first three batters he faced and threw a wild pitch with Cardenas at the plate to put runners in scoring position.  Cardenas singled to left to drive in two runs to give the Kernels the lead.  Urbina had a two-out RBI single later in the inning and the Kernels were up 9-6.

Not only did Gray drive in all six of Wisconsin’s runs, but he also had three of the Rattlers four hits.

Cedar Rapids went 6-for-13 with runners in scoring position in the game.

The teams split the six-game series with Wisconsin winning the first three games and the Kernels winning the final three.  The teams do not meet again in the first half of the season.

The Timber Rattlers are off for Memorial Day.  They return home to start a six-game series with the Peoria Chiefs on Tuesday night with a 6:40pm first pitch.  Alexander Cornielle (0-1, 5.63) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.

Tuesday’s game may start at 6:40pm, but the festivities begin when the gates to Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium open at 5:00pm.

Baileys Harbor breaks seasons-long losing streak on 105.1 The GOAT

For the first time since July 2019, the words of "Haba Haba" were sang following a Baileys Harbor win after the A's knocked off the Institute Cubs on Sunday 6-3.


The Cubs struck first when a groundout by Robby Pollman was followed by errors that pushed across two runs. The A's would take their first lead of the ballgame in the fourth inning Ben Johnson drove in Matt Francesconi with a single and Joe Burlo knocked in Cooper Cole and Johnson with a single of his own to make it 3-2. The Cubs would quickly answer in the fifth inning with an RBI single by Brent Haberli made it 3-3. 


The A's would retake the lead in the fifth Francesconi drove in Issac Berkley to make it 4-3. They would double up the Cubs  in the seventh with Cole and Chris Lodl driving in runs to make it 6-3. The Cubs would get a man on in the eighth inning, but failed to bring him home to score before going 1-2-3 in the the ninth with Jace Johnson throwing to scoreless innings in relief.



Berkley reached based five times in the A's win, scoring twice. He along with Joe Burlo had multi-hit games as Jon Kordon secured the win, giving up three runs across seven innings while striking out five.


Frankie Ash took the loss, giving up six runs across seven innings with a strikeout. Brent Haberli led the way with two hits and a RBI while Josh Pflieger and Ash added singles.


In other Door County Baseball League action, Kolberg tipped Sister Bay 4-3,  Washington Island trounced Maplewood 20-6, and West Jacksonport topped Egg Harbor 5-4. 

Glory down Bavarians

The Green Bay Glory captured their first win of the season with a 2-1 win over the Bavarian United in Milwaukee.


Brenna Musser and McKayla Kertscher scored the goals for the Glory, both of which came in the first half.


They will stay on the road on May 31st when they battle Rochester.


Rattlers Miss Their Chances and Fall in Cedar Rapids

The Cedar Rapids Kernels made the most of their opportunities while the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers missed their chances on Saturday night at PG Cares Field.   Cedar Rapids took over sole possession of first place in the Western Division of the Midwest League with their 7-1 victory.


The Timber Rattlers (14-29) had a shot to score early as they put two runners on with one out in the top of the first against Alejandro Hidalgo.  The chance went to waste as Hidalgo struck out the next two batters.


Cedar Rapids (24-20) took the lead with a pair of two-out, RBI hits in the bottom of the first inning.   Tanner Schobel singled to start the inning.  He stole second on a strikeout that was the second out of the inning.  Kala’i Rosario followed with an RBI single,  Misael Urbina was next, and he doubled to drive in Rosario for the 2-0 lead.

Those were the only runs allowed by Wisconsin starting pitcher Stiven Cruz.  He scattered six hits, walked none, and struck out six over five innings.

The Kernels loaded the bases with no outs in the bottom the sixth inning against reliever Max Lazar.  Emmanuel Rodriguez walked to start the inning.  Rodriguez was running on a pitch to Ben Ross, and Ross hit a little popup on the infield.  Eric Brown Jr., the Wisconsin second baseman had been going to cover second but reversed course to field the ball on one hop.  However, his throw to first was just a bit late and Ross reached on a single.

The next batter was Rosario.  He sent a grounder up the middle that was heading for second base, where Brown was set up and looking to turn two.  Unfortunately, Lazar’s foot got in the way and the ball deflected towards third base and it was an infield single for Rosario to load the bases.

Misael Urbina flew out to shallow center for the first out and the runners had to hold their stations.  Then, Lazar got ahead of Noah Miller 1-2 and jammed the Kernels shortstop on the next pitch.  However, the ball dropped just inside the line in right and spun to the side wall.  All three runners scored on the play as Miller dashed for third base and the Rattlers were down 5-0.

Wisconsin broke through in the top of the eighth inning.  Matt Wood had a lead-off single and Joe Gray Jr walked with one out.  Darrien Miller lined a ball just fair down the line in left and Wood scored.  Gray had to hold at third base as the ball kicked off the side wall to Kyler Fedko in left field.  The Rattlers had runners on second and third with one out but could not follow up as the next two batters were retired.

Ross put the game away with a two-run home run against Taylor Floyd in the bottom of the eighth inning.

The Rattlers stranded nine runners in the game and went 1-for-8 with runners in scoring position as they dropped their second straight game of the series.  Wisconsin had won the first three games of the series.

This was the second game in a row in which Miller drove in Wisconsin’s only run of the game.


The series finale is Sunday afternoon at PG Cares Field.  Tyler Woessner (4-1, 2.61) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Cedar Rapids has not named their starter for Sunday.  Game time is 1:05pm.

Baileys Harbor looks to snap streak vs. Institute Sunday on 105.1 The GOAT

The Baileys Harbor A's hopes Sunday is the day they crack the win column for the first time in a few years when they welcome the Insitute Cubs.


The A's have come close to snapping their streak many times during their multi-year skid, but one of their closest calls last Sunday when they gave up five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to turn what could have been a 4-1 win into a 6-4 loss to the Maplewood Mets. The A's scored all of their runs in the fifth inning with Chris Lodl and Joe Burlo each driving in a pair after the Mets scored an opening-inning run. It was a heartbreak for the A's, which nearly broke a two-year losing streak by outhitting the Mets 9-4 and holding a three-run lead into the bottom of the eighth inning. 


The Cubs have dropped both of their games so far this season, losing their games by two runs (5-3 against Washington Island) and by 10 runs (12-2 against West Jacksonport).


Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call from Baileys Harbor beginning at 1:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT, and 

More athletes get entered in state track meet

After the disappointment of not qualifying for the WIAA State Track meet on Thursday, a number of athletes received new life on Friday.


In Division 2, Kewaunee's Maddix Mueller was granted a spot in the high jump, one of three athletes in that event at the Little Chute sectional that originally did not qualify for the state meet because it did not finish in the top four. 


The high jump in Division 3 also had extra qualifiers with Door County ties as Gibraltar's McKailey Reisen and Sevastopol's Danica Werkheiser nabbing the spots.


With the fields now officially set, the heat sheets have been assigned. You can the heat sheets for Division 2 and Division 3 by clicking the links.

Kernels Quiet Rattlers

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers were looking for a fourth consecutive win for the first time this season when they faced the Cedar Rapids Kernels on Friday night at PG Cares Field.  The Rattlers only found four hits and an unearned run as they could not rally from an early deficit in a 4-1 loss to the Kernels.


Wisconsin starting pitcher Cameron Wagoner ran into some tough luck in the bottom of the first inning.  Tanner Schobel singled to start the inning, but he was still at first base with two outs.  Kala’i Rosario sent a grounder up the middle for what looked like the third out.  However, the ball deflected off Wagoner’s foot into short right for a hit.  The next batter was Noah Cardenas, who blooped a popup on a 3-2 pitch to left field and the ball dropped in for a single to score Schobel from second for a 1-0 lead.

Cedar Rapids (23-20) added to their lead with another two-out hit.  In the third inning, Misael Urbina single with runners on the corners and two outs to knock in the run to make it 2-0.

In the fourth inning, Andrew Cossetti doubled and took third on a wild pitch.  Kyler Fedko singled by the drawn-in infield to score Cossetti and the Kernels were up 3-0.

Fedko lined a solo home run to left in the sixth inning and the Kernels had a 4-0 advantage.

Wisconsin (14-28) struggled against both Cedar Rapids pitchers.  Marco Raya, the starter, was only scheduled for three innings.  However, he made the most of his time on the mound.  The only base runners he allowed were on defensive miscues and Raya struck out five.

Jordan Carr took over for the rest of the game and – while he gave up singles in the fifth and sixth and walks in the seventh and eighth, no Rattler reached third base over his first four innings.

The Rattlers broke the shutout with an unearned run in the top of the ninth.  Robert Moore reached on an infield single and an error on the play put him on second.  Moore was still at second with two outs when Darrien Miller singled to center to drive him home with Wisconsin’s lone run.

Miller extended his hitting streak to six games and knocked in his third run in the last two games with that RBI single in the ninth.

Carr closed out the game with his sixth strikeout when he retired the next batter.

The loss snapped Wisconsin’s three-game winning streak.  This was the third time this season the Rattlers have tried to move a winning streak to four games and they have missed on all three attempts.

L-C, Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer teams lose by identical scores

Both local teams in action Thursday night fell by identical 2-1 scores in their respective matches.


Goalkeeper Tabi Lemens left the goalmouth to register a penalty kick goal in Luxemburg-Casco's 2-1 loss to Xavier.


Sevastopol/Gibraltar dropped their game to Green Bay East 2-1. 

Fifteen local athletes qualify for WIAA State Track Meet

Fifteen athletes from six of the seven local schools will be heading to next weekend's WIAA State Track meet hosted at UW-LaCrosse after successful outings at the D2 Sectional at Little Chute and D3 Sectional at Marathon.


Logan Borths once again had success in his wheelchair events for Algoma, taking first in the 100m and 400m and being bested by Marathon's Drake Carlson in the shot put and 1600m.  


Gibraltar's McKailey Reisen qualified for the state meet with a personal best in the 100m hurdles to take third place overall.


Kewaunee's Hannah Miller continued her magical freshman campaign by qualifying for the state meet in the triple jump and the 400m run where she set a personal record. Kemper Robinson (discus) and Jordan Lamack (high jump) also qualified for the state meet with their performances. 


The Luxemburg-Casco track team will be represented in two different events at next weekend's state meet in LaCrosse. Pole vaulter George Herlache took second overall while the girls' 4x400m relay made up of Lydia Morozov, Grace Seering, Elaina Holschuh, and Mckenna Rank clinched their spot by taking fourth in the event.


Two of the Sevastopol track team's most consistent performers all season long have one more meet left after placing in the top four in their respective events at the Marathon sectional meet. Kylie Duessler was the team's highest placeholder, taking third in the 200m with a season-best time. Bea Dramm qualified for the state meet next weekend in the 1600m and 3200m. Her 1600m was a personal best.


Sturgeon Bay will send three athletes after Espen Walker advanced after finishing first with a leap of 6’-3”. Joining Walker in the trip to LaCrosse is Madelyn Wind, who finished third in the shot put with a toss of 36’-4 3/4” Nida Zukauskaite will also head to the state meet after she finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.42. She ran a personal record in the preliminary round to stage for the state qualifying performance.


Southern Door boasted several good performances, but they will have any athletes representing the school at the state meet.

Baseball round-up: Wolves, Spartans extend season

Two local teams will join Gibraltar, Southern Door, and Kewaunee in the second round of the WIAA Tournament on Tuesday while two others saw their seasons come to a close Thursday evening.


Algoma took the drama out of their game early as they beat St. Thomas Aquinas in five innings 10-0.


Luxemburg-Casco had plenty of drama in their matchup against Seymour as they needed extra innings to win 5-4.


Sevastopol saw their season end with a 12-2 loss to Iola-Scandinavia as did Sturgeon Bay in a 12-2 loss to Shawano on the road.

Softball round-up: Algoma wins regional; Southern Door, L-C fall on NRSN

Of the four local teams that entered Thursday's regional final slate, only one team will play in a WIAA Softball Sectional game next week.


The drama was well worth it for the Algoma softball team as they beat St. Mary's Springs 8-7 in walk-off fashion. The Wolves (16-6) host second-seeded St. Mary's Catholic in a sectional semifinal Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. The winner plays for a shot at state Thursday at Crivitz vs. either Bonduel or Iola-Scandinavia.


All 15 runs were scored in the first three innings, but it was Sevastopol that came up empty at the end of their 11-4 loss to Almond-Bancroft in the WIAA Regional Championship Thursday afternoon.


The Southern Door Eagles softball team was not able to string together enough hits to generate much offense as the Eagles fell to New Holstein 4-1 on U-102.1 Thursday afternoon. 


The #1 seeded Luxemburg-Casco girls softball team saw their season end abruptly Thursday afternoon as the #4 Marinette Marines upset the Spartans 5-2 in the Division II regional final in Luxemburg on 104.1 WRLU. 

Door County YMCA Striver Gymnasts Shine at the Sheboygan Sunshine Meet.

The Door County YMCA Striver Gymnastic Team competed in the Sheboygan Sunshine Meet this past Sunday at the Sheboygan County YMCA. 


The Striver Level 6 Team took first place at the meet. Medaling for the Team were Amira Anschutz who placed first on floor, beam and All Around. Amira placed second on vault and bars. Teammate Estelle Duerst placed third on vault and second on beam. Portia Hah placed third on beam.


The Excel Platinum had Shaylyn Asher placing first on beam, bars and the All Around. Teammate Alexa Jimenez-Seyfer placed first on floor and vault.


Striver Excel Silver Team placed first. Lauren Gaida placed first on vault, bars and the All Around. Lauren placed second on beam.


The Striver Team will be heading to the YMCA of the USA 2023 Gymnastic Championships the week of June 21-25. All sixteen Striver Gymnasts qualified for the competition. Eleven girls have chosen to make the trip to Cincinnati, Ohio.


The Striver Team is coached by Nikki Pollman, Gerritt DeJonge, and Heather Haese.


Pictured above Front to back:

Greta Virgin, Keira Clark, Sawyer Soukup, Estelle Duerst, Amira Anschutz, Portia Hah, Shylee Asher, Alexa Jimenez-Seyfer, and Lauren Gaida

Road to Fox Cities Stadium begins for local teams

While some teams will have to wait until Tuesday to begin their journey to Fox Cities Stadium for the state baseball tournament. the WIAA Regional Round begins for others across the state including Door and Kewaunee counties.


Luxemburg-Casco opens up play as the eight-seed and will host #9 Seymour at 5:30 p.m.


The #11 Sturgeon Bay Clippers sail southwest to #6 Shawano for their opening-round matchup at 5 p.m.


The #12 Sevastopol Pioneers make their way to Iola-Scandinavia for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.


Fourth-seeded Algoma will play at home against #13 St. Thomas Aquinas at 4:30 p.m.


Kewaunee, Southern Door, and Gibraltar have a bye to Tuesday's regional semifinals.

Trip to LaCrosse on the line at track sectional meets

A trip to the state meet on the campus of UW-LaCrosse is on the line Thursday when the area's seven schools head to two different WIAA Sectional meets.


Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, and Kewaunee will be joined by Amherst, Antigo, Berlin, Brillion, Chilton, Clintonville Truckers, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Kiel, Little Chute, Marinette, Menomonee Indian, New Holstein, New London, North Fond du Lac, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Oconto Falls, Omro, Peshtigo, Plymouth School District, Ripon, Seymour, Two Rivers, Waupaca, Wautoma, Winneconne, Wittenberg-Birnamwood, Wrightstown, Xavier High School at Little Chute High School for their sectional meet. The first events begin at 3 p.m.


Gibraltar, Sevastopol, and Algoma will visit Marathon High School for their sectional meet that will also include Spencer, Suring, Valders, Edgar, Stratford, Loyal, Bowler, Abbotsford, Athens, Auburndale, Bonduel, Coleman, Florence, Gillett, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Greenwood, Gresham, Manawa, Mishicot, Niagara, Northland Lutheran, Oneida Nation, Pacelli, Phillips, Prentice, Rib Lake, Roncalli, Rosholt, Shiocton, Laona-Wabeno, Oconto, Crandon, Marion, Crivitz, Newman Catholic, Wolf River Lutheran, Columbus Catholic Schools (WI), Weyauwega Fremont, Iola-Scandinavia, Reedsville, Lena/STAA, Hilbert and Three Lakes/Phelps. The first events begin at 3:30 p.m.

Southern Door, Luxemburg-Casco continue softball tournament runs on NRSN

Four area softball teams will continue their WIAA Softball Tournament runs on Thursday, two of which are featured on the NEW RadioSportsNetwork.


After winning a back-and-forth game with the Kewaunee Storm, the Southern Door Eagles will move their sights to a Regional Final matchup with the New Holstein Huskies on Thursday. Gary Barta will be on the call from New Holstein on U-102.1 and beginning at 4:45 with the pregame show and first pitch at 5:00 between the Eagles and the Huskies.


The #1 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will host the #4 Marinette Marines Thursday afternoon in a WIAA Division 2 regional final. Thursday’s game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:15 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call. 


Another #1 seed, Algoma, will play at home at 4:30 p.m. when they welcome St. Mary's Springs.


The third-seeded Sevastopol Pioneers will travel for their matchup to face the second-seeded Almond Bancroft at 4:30 p.m.


You can click through the full bracket here.



Division 2 High School Golf Results from Northbrook

 In Division 2 high school golf regional at Northbrook Golf Course on Tuesday, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers were one of four teams to advance to the sectional round next Tuesday at Hilly Haven Golf Course in De Pere. Sturgeon Bay took 4th and will move on, the Sturgeon Bay individual scores are listed below:


Isaak Aune 88

Tre Wienke 88

Owen Pichette 94

Porter Rabach 98

Elijah Bailey 104


Wrightstown took the honors with a 330 score, while Seymour finished second with 356.  Freedom shot 362 for third and Sturgeon Bay had a 368 to claim the fourth spot.


Fox Valley Lutheran placed fifth with a score of 372, Luxemburg-Casco finished sixth and tied with Little Chute with a 377, followed by Denmark’s 393 and Southern Door with 410. 

Spartans soccer draws against Peshtigo ahead of Sturgeon Bay matchup

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team will play their second game against a former Packerland Conference opponent in as many nights on Tuesday when they travel north to face Sturgeon Bay.


The Spartans played Peshtigo to a 2-2 draw on Monday night with goalkeeper Tabi Lemens stopping 14 of 16 shots on goal. Her offense helped her out with Emi Kuhn and Diem Bonness picking up goals for the Spartans.


They play a Clippers squad that is riding a three-match winning streak, including against the Bulldogs on Friday in a 2-1 decision. They are 4-1-1 at home this season, including an 8-0 win against Valders on May 16th.


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


Picture by Becky Lemens

Track teams now prepare for sectionals after successful regional meets

The area's track athletes have whittled themselves down to just two meets remaining this season after Monday's regional meets.


Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, Kewaunee, and Luxemburg-Casco competed at the regional meet hosted by Sturgeon Bay at Donald Schneider Stadium on the campus of St. Norbert College in De Pere. The top four advanced to the sectional meet hosted by Little Chute on Thursday.


Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol battled teams at the WIAA Regional hosted by Valders. Their top four in each event will head to Marathon High School for sectionals.


You can click the links for individual school coverage and complete results.

Three local teams open tournament runs on NEW Radio Sports Network

The Road to Madison begins for three area teams at two local softball diamonds on Tuesday as the second round of the WIAA Tournament commences.


The Southern Door Eagles softball team will be put to the test when they face off with the Kewaunee Storm in the regional semifinals on Tuesday afternoon on U-102.1. 


Over on 104.1 WRLU, the #1 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans host the #8 seeded Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes Tuesday afternoon in WIAA Division 2 regional semi-final action. 


Top-seeded Algoma welcomes Hilbert/Stockbridge for a 4:30 p.m. matchup. 


Third-seeded Sevastopol will stay at home to face NEW Lutheran at 5 p.m.

Baseball recap: Eagles sweep rival Clippers in regular season finale on U-102.1

The Southern Door Eagles baseball team made things interesting in the first game, but took care of business in the second as the Eagles won both games of the doubleheader Monday night on U-102.1. 


Game one saw the Eagles fall behind in the middle innings as the first run was not scored until the fourth inning. Emmett Braschnewitz was driven in by Jack Henry's RBI bunt single to give Sturgeon Bay the 1-0 lead. 


The Clippers would add on again in the top of the fifth inning as Bryce Plzak would score after reaching on an error on the shortstop Christian Counard. A single by Brody Kollath would do the trick and the underdog Clippers were leading the Eagles 2-0. 


Southern Door would answer quickly by posting two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, and then Jaden Diller would play hero in the bottom of the seventh with one out as he lined a single into right-center to bring home Jack Peterson and the winning run. 


Game two was much different for the Eagles, who jumped out to a 5-0 lead after the top of the first inning. Southern Door would amass the lead up to the largest of the game in the third inning when the Eagles were ahead 11-0. 


Sturgeon Bay would get two RBIs from catcher Caleb Plzak, and the Eagles would put one more run in the column for the final score of 12-2. 


Southern Door will have a first round bye and take on the winner of the 6v11 matchup of Howards Grove/Valders. Sturgeon Bay will face Shawano in the first round on Thursday. 


In other baseball action, Gibraltar was blanked by Coleman 8-0 and Kewaunee knocked off Chilton 7-4.

Green Bay to host 2025 NFL Draft

The Green Bay area will get a huge economic boost in April of 2025, as the NFL announced today that the 2025 NFL Draft will take place in Green Bay inside and around iconic Lambeau Field and Titletown.


The announcement was made at the NFL Spring League Meeting in Minneapolis, following a review of the proposal by the Fan Engagement & Major Events Advisory Committee and full ownership.


"The Draft has become a prominent offseason event hosted in different cities with spectacular locations across the country, and we are excited to work with the Packers and Discover Green Bay to bring the 2025 NFL Draft to Green Bay and iconic Lambeau field," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "With the help of numerous local partners on the ground, our prospects and fans will be treated to an incredible week-long experience that shows off the city of Green Bay and the state of Wisconsin."


The NFL’s most prominent and anticipated offseason event, the Draft will bring together fans from all over the country to celebrate. The festivities will include several days of activities throughout Green Bay and will feature the NFL Draft Experience – a massive free football festival – near Lambeau Field to allow fans of all teams to participate and test their football skills, enjoy interactive exhibits and autograph sessions, and take pictures with the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Draft Experience will be open all three days of the event.


“This is an incredible day for the Packers, Greater Green Bay and the entire state of Wisconsin as we are excited and honored to be selected to host the 2025 NFL Draft,” said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. “The Packers have a rich and proud history that goes back to the early days of the NFL and are the only community owned team. That connection to our League’s heritage combined with the great passion Packers fans will bring will make the Draft a memorable event for those in attendance and NFL fans watching around the world.


“Today’s announcement is the result of years of hard work by our Draft committee, particularly Gabrielle Dow from the Packers and Brad Toll from Discover Green Bay. Their tireless efforts putting together a bid and a plan to host the Draft here, as well as the extraordinary support we’ve received from our community partners, has created this unprecedented opportunity to showcase our community. We couldn’t be more excited to host the 2025 NFL Draft.”


While details of the 2025 NFL Draft are still being finalized, the main portion of the event is expected to take place on the Lambeau Field and Titletown campus, with a variety of venues to be utilized within close proximity to the stadium campus.


“We’re honored to be entrusted to host one of the NFL’s premier events,” said Brad Toll, president and CEO of Discover Green Bay. “We’re excited to partner with the Green Bay Packers, community leaders and our tourism partners to provide an unparalleled experience for visiting fans. This will be the biggest and most economically significant event in our history.”


More information about the 2025 NFL Draft, including venue information, staffing and volunteer opportunities, and other ways to get involved, will be posted as the event approaches on


The NFL Draft has become one of the biggest and most-anticipated sporting events of the year. The 2023 Draft in Kansas City last month welcomed more than 312,000 fans and had more than 54 million viewers over the course of the three-day event.


This is the first time that Green Bay has ever hosted the NFL Draft.  

Local DC WAVE soccer team captures U19 tournament championship

The DC Wave soccer team finished their weekend in the Fox Valley being crowned the U-19 champions at the Menasha Tournament held over the weekend,


Coached by Matt Broomhall, the DC Wave captured the crown by winning 3 of 4 games and beating PS Oregon Soccer Club.    This is the second straight year that the DC WAVE Soccer Team - U19 age bracket won their division at the 2023 Menasha Classic.   

The team is made of players from Door County and DC WAVE is the only select soccer team in Door County.   The team played 4 games over 2 days at the tournament, coming back to win 2-1 in the championship game against Oregon PS Soccer Club.  


DC WAVE is the only Select Soccer Club in Door County as they play under the banner of the United Soccer Club of Allouez as part of the Classic League, which consists of teams located in the East Central District of WI.   


The DC WAVE's goal is to provide local soccer players the opportunity to develop their skills and to compete at a higher level, without having to burden parents with the travel requirements that many Green Bay and Fox Cities clubs have.   These are competitive teams, where players learn and develop their skills, as well as make friendships that last.  DC WAVE players often start playing with us around age 10 or 11 and continue through their senior year of high school.   Players come from all parts of Door County -   We currently have players from Sturgeon Bay, Sevastopol, Fish Creek (Gibraltar), Algoma and Kewaunee!  DC WAVE is not just a Sturgeon Bay club – this is for all players in Door County.   


We have 3 teams - ages U15, U17 and U19 with 48 players from all over Door County.  

Baseball Preview: Clipper baseball travels to rival Eagles on U-102.1

The area's baseball teams will finish off their final regular season games on Monday before many start tournament play on Thursday.


In the lone conference matchup, Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay will lock horns in Brussels for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch. Gary Barta and Reece Robillard will be on the call from Southern Door beginning at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show and first pitch set for 4:30 p.m. on U-102.1 and between the Eagles and the Clippers. 


The other games of local note include Algoma traveling to Luxemburg-Casco (5:30 p.m.), Gibraltar visiting Coleman (4:30 p.m.), and Kewaunee heading to Chilton (4:30 p.m.). 

Area track athletes look to keep season alive with regionals

The area's track programs will split on Monday to two different sites for their WIAA Regional meets.


The Division 2 schools will head to St. Norbert College for their regional meet, which begins its first events at 3 p.m. Kewaunee, Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will be joined by Denmark, Freedom, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Two Rivers, and Wrightstown. The top finishers will head to Unison Credit Union Stadium at Little Chute High School for the sectional meet. 


Division 3 schools will head to Valders for their meet with the first events starting at 4 p.m. Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol will be joined by Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Hilbert, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, Oneida Nation, Roncalli, and Reedsville for the regional meet. The top finishers will head to Marathon High School on Thursday.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer welcomes Peshtigo

With the tournament field now set, the Luxemburg-Casco girls' soccer team will do what needs to do to tune up for its opening-round matchup against Marinette with a fixture against Peshtigo on Monday.


The Spartans are starting to turn things around after a three-game losing skid with a two-match point streak, going 1-0-1 during that stretch. They forced a 0-0 draw in their last match against Fox Valley Lutheran, which is challenging Marinette for the top of the NEC table.


The Bulldogs have played almost exactly .500 ball since April 25th, going 3-3-1 in their last seven matches. They lost 2-1 to Sturgeon Bay in their last match a couple of weeks after playing to a 3-3 draw against them. The Spartans will face Sturgeon Bay later this week.


Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.



Sister bay wins on walk-off balk on 105.1 The GOAT

Between the ninth-inning drama and an appearance from Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon, there was enough action to complement the 6-5 Sister Bay win on 105.1 The GOAT. 


Dillon threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the start of the game between Sister Bay and Washington Island and then found his way to putting a headset on for a sit-down interview with New Radio Sports Network after signing many items for fans and kids. 



The scoring did not begin until the bottom of the second inning when Sister Bay's Stewart Larsen and Griffin Cole were scored on a sacrifice fly from Sawyer Johnson and a wild pitch respectively. Washington Island would come right back, however, as Ben Geiger and Luke Geiger were driven home on a triple from Ray McDonald to tie the game at 2. 


Tom Sawyer would score a run again in the 3rd inning, and the score would stay at 3-2 until the top of the sixth inning when Washington Island responded with a triple from Ryan Jorgenson scoring Ben Johnson. Ben Geiger would then triple himself, bringing home Jorgenson and giving Washington Island a 4-3 lead. 


However, that lead would not last long as Sister Bay would answer back with three stand-up doubles in a row from Griffin Cole, Sam Forkert, and Sawyer Johnson giving Sister Bay a one-run lead of 5-4. 


Washington Island would tie the game up in the top of the ninth inning as an error on Sister Bay's third baseman Stewart Larsen would give Ben Johnson a chance to double in the runner from first base, giving the Island the lead. 


The bottom half of the inning would be even more dramatic as Alex Laughlin doubled to start the inning, Matt Hecht would bunt Laughlin over to third, and then Tom Sawyer would be intentionally walked. After Spencer Krause struck out, Stewart Larsen drew a walk, and then Ryan Jorgenson would balk, bringing home Laughlin and winning the game for the Bays.


In Maplewood, the Mets escaped its matchup against Baileys Harbor with a 6-4 win. The Mets plated five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, taking advantage of four walks in the final three innings. Adam Gutschow and J. Jeanquart each drove in a pair of runs. The A's scored all of their runs in the fifth inning with Lodl and J. Burlo each driving in a pair after the Mets scored an opening-inning run. It was a heartbreak for the A's, which nearly broke a two-year losing streak by outhitting the Mets 9-4 and holding a three-run lead into the bottom of the eighth inning. 


In other league action, Egg Harbor topped Kolberg 6-1 and West Jacksonport cruised past Institute 12-2. 

Clippers baseball loses seesaw affair to Trojans

A four-run third run briefly gave the Sturgeon Bay Clippers the hopes of stealing a win in Green Bay Saturday, instead falling 9-5 to Southwest.


The Clippers gave up their own big inning in the first inning after scoring the game's first run on an RBI groundout by Brody Kollath. Two hits and two errors led to four runs for the Trojans to make 4-1 after the first inning. The Trojans would tack on an insurance run in the second inning before the Clippers erupted for four runs in the third inning. They did it the patient way though as they scored on a passed ball and three bases-loaded walks to tie the game at five. The Trojans would not lament, score the eventual game-winner in the bottom half of the frame courtesy of a passed ball and three more times in the fifth inning.


Bryce Plzak led the way with three hits and two runs scored while Kollath got two RBI. The Clippers used three pitchers on the day, giving up nine runs (5 ER) while striking out eight and scattering seven hits.

Gibraltar baseball rebounds against Roncalli

A day after Gibraltar was handed two losses by Oconto, they found that winning stroke in Manitowoc on Saturday as they beat Roncalli 8-2.


Brady Kita had one of his best games offensively for the Vikings as he had four hits, collected an RBI, and stole two bases en route to scoring three runs. Will Friedenfels rebounded from a tough day in Oconto to register a pair of hits and three RBI thanks to a double. Marshall Maltby and Rylan Caldecott each had a pair of hits while Aaron Brey and Bennett Isaacson helped the cause with run-scoring hits.


The combination of Noah Greene, Jack Duffy, and Kita took care of the rest as they combined to give up the two runs on five hits while striking out six on the day.


The Vikings will get a little rest before they open tournament play on May 30th.

Storm's hit parade pounces Panthers

The Kewaunee Storm outhit their opponents 12-3 in their 9-2 romp over the Reedsville Panthers Saturday afternoon at home.


The Storm struck first with three runs in the second inning and countered the Panther's two-run response with four more in the bottom half to put the game away. Nine different Storm players registered hits in the game, including three by Caleb Schaller and two by Payton Kohnle. The pair of hit leaders each tripled but it was Mitchell Thompson's two-run shot in the third that was the game's biggest blow. Five others drove in at least one run. Sawyer Ubersox led the Panthers with one of his two hits drive in their only runs of the game in the third inning.


Brady Pribek picked up the win for the Storm, pitching five innings of three-hit ball, allowing two runs to score while striking out six.

Bays host Islanders in Week 2 on 105.1 The GOAT

After both teams took wins in the first week, Sister Bay and Washington Island will square off on Sunday in a battle of the northern most teams in the DCBL. 


Sister Bay defeated West Jacksonport 6-2 in Jacksonport last week after Alex Laughlin scored three of the six runs scored in the game, with Tom Sawyer being apart of two runs as well for the Bays, who continued their success from past seasons with the opening week win. Sister Bay will look to move to 2-0, with another potential win against a playoff team from last season. 


Washington Island took a win against over Institute 5-3 in the opening week, continuing their success from last season as well. This matchup will be a rematch of the semi-final of the DCBL playoffs last year, when Washington Island defeated Sister Bay 1-0 in a 12 inning extra inning marathon. If the week two game is anything like the playoff game, the two teams will be in for a treat. 


Gary Barta and Reece Robillard will be on the call from Sister Bay on 105.1 The GOAT and Pregame is set for 1:15 with first pitch at 1:30 p.m. between the Bays and Islanders. 

Packers set date of stockholders' meeting

The Green Bay Packers announced at least one interesting name that could be elected to its Board of Directors in July as a part of its annual stockholder's meeting.


According to, the Green Bay Packers will present four candidates for shareholder vote at July's Annual Meeting to join the Packers Board of Directors: LeRoy Butler, Laurie Radke, Sachin Shivaram and Christopher Stiles. The selections will be a part of the proxy information sent in June to more than 539,000 shareholders before the annual stockholders meeting on July 24th at 11 a.m. You can read biographies about the four candidates and get more details about the meeting here.

Baseball recap: Blue Devils' blasts lead to sweep over Vikings on 105.1 The GOAT

Two solo shots in the first game and a three-run bomb in the second game led the Oconto Blue Devils to a doubleheader sweep over Gibraltar on Friday evening.


In the first contest, the Blue Devils' scored the game's first run in the bottom of the fourth when Kadin Baxter's deep fly out to left field drove in  Cooper Campsure to make it 1-0. It would stay that way until the bottom of the sixth when Kyle Bowman and Christensen homered in consecutive at-bats to make it 3-0. In the second game, the Vikings would nearly match that offense with Rylan Caldecott stealing home in the first inning and Hayden Reetz's RBI single making it 3-2 after three innings. The Blue Devils would blow the game open in the fourth when Ethan Wusterbarth drove in two runs on a single and Bowman would knock in three on his second homer of the afternoon. The Vikings play Roncalli on Saturday at 11 a.m.


Kewaunee swept Peshtigo 14-0 and 7-1 at Memorial Field to earn the Packerland Conference crown outright. They host Reedsville for a 1 p.m. contest on Saturday. 


Algoma swept its doubleheader from Sevastopol 10-0 and 7-6.


Southern Door finished its week with a sweep of NEW Lutheran 17-0 and 8-7.


Saturday's games also feature Sturgeon Bay hosting Green Bay Southwest at 11 a.m. and Luxemburg-Casco hosting St. Mary's Catholic at 10 a.m.



Bullpen Gives Rattlers a Chance, but Bandits Win 4-2

Gavin Cross did it to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers again.  The #1 prospect of the Kansas City Royals hit a three-run home run in the top of the first inning for the Quad Cities River Bandits on Friday night at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Cross has homered in four straight games in the series and this one propelled the River Bandits to a 4-2 win despite a heroic performance by the Wisconsin bullpen.


Cross stepped to the plate with two runners on and one out in the top of the first inning.  He crushed a 1-1 pitch from Wisconsin starter Joseph Hernandez to right-center for a three-run home run.  Cross has six homers this season and has hit five of those against the Timber Rattlers.

Javier Vaz added to the River Bandits (16-21) lead with a sacrifice fly in the top of the second.


Quad Cities loaded the bases with no outs in the top of the third inning when Cross doubled, and Hernandez walked the next two batters.  Justin King relieved Hernandez and escaped the jam with a pair of strikeouts and a fielder’s choice to keep the score at 4-0.

King struck out the side in the top of the fourth inning and that was just the start of the job by the Wisconsin bullpen.

Edwin Jimenez took over for King in the top of the fifth and started recording strikeouts and putting up more zeroes on the scoreboard.


However, Chandler Champlain kept the Rattlers (11-25) off the scoreboard over his six innings of work.  He allowed four hits, walked two, and struck out six to keep the Bandits up 4-0.


The Timber Rattlers got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the seventh inning after Champlain left the game.  Eduardo García tripled to start the inning against reliever Marlin Willis.  A wild pitch by Willis let García score.  Willis had two outs before walking Eduarqui Fernández and hitting Eric Brown Jr.  Robert Moore singled to right to score Fernández and the Rattlers were within two runs.

In the top of the ninth, Jimenez picked up his ninth strikeout in 4-1/3 innings of relief work by getting the first batter of the frame.  Then, he gave up a walk and a double to bring Cross to the plate.  The Rattlers elected to give Cross an intentional walk to load the bases to end the night for Jimenez.

Karlos Morales, the fourth Wisconsin pitcher of the night, got out of the jam with a force play at the plate and a grounder to third to keep Wisconsin in the game.

Anderson Paulino, the Quad Cities closer, took to the hill for bottom of the ninth.  He walked Je’Von Ward with one out.  Erick Brown Jr singled on an 0-2 pitch with two outs to extend his hitting streak to eight games to bring the winning run to the plate.

A passed ball allowed both runners to move into scoring position.  However, Paulino denied the Rattlers the dramatic comeback with a strikeout to end the game and earn his fifth save of the season.

The Wisconsin relief trio of King, Jimenez, and Morales covered seven scoreless innings in the game, allowed two hits, and struck out fourteen to give the bats a chance for the late comeback.  However, the loss was the fifth in a row for the Timber Rattlers.


Game five of the series is Saturday afternoon at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium.  Cameron Wagoner (1-5, 9.24) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  The River Bandits have named Tyson Guerrero (0-2, 5.47) as their starter.  Game time is 1:10pm.

Baseball preview: Gibraltar continues doubleheader streak at Oconto on 105.1 The GOAT

Area baseball teams are making sure they get all the games they can in before the start of next week's WIAA Tournament.


On 105.1 The GOAT, the Gibraltar Vikings go for their third straight doubleheader sweep on Friday when they travel to Oconto. Tim Kowols will have the call from Oconto beginning at 3:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4 p.m. The games will also be streamed at and


In other baseball action scheduled for Friday, Southern Door will play a pair at NEW Lutheran beginning at 4:30 p.m. and Kewaunee will play Peshtigo in a doubleheader at 5 p.m. at Memorial Field.


Thursday's action saw Sevastopol lose to Sheboygan Lutheran 3-1 and Luxemburg-Casco play Clintonville.

Softball round-up: Gibraltar softball sees season's end in Howards Grove on 105.1 The GOAT

The area has two fewer teams in the WIAA Softball Tournament following opening-round play on Thursday.


As heard on 105.1 The GOAT, the Gibraltar Vikings softball team saved one of its most exciting and best efforts of the season for what proved to be its final game of the season, a 9-4 loss to Howards Grove in the opening round of the WIAA Softball Tournament.


Sturgeon Bay met a similar fate on the road as they fell to Valders 11-1 in their opening-round matchup.


Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco played final tune-up matchups on Thursday. As heard on 104.1 WRLU, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Winneconne Wolves 8-3 Thursday afternoon in non-conference action that saw both teams battling the severe windy conditions. Kewaunee also played Wrightstown.




Soccer round-up: Sturgeon Bay romps, L-C draws

Both area teams in action on the soccer pitch on Thursday earned important points as they build their resume for the WIAA Tournament beginning later this month.


Sturgeon Bay scored one goal in the first and sprinted past NEW Lutheran 3-1 with two more tallies after the break. They are scheduled to play again tonight when they travel to Peshtigo for a 6 p.m. first kick.


The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team challenged the top of the NEC table on Thursday, ending their match with Fox Valley Lutheran in a 0-0 draw.

Coaching carousel: Sturgeon Bay's Goblisch in, L-C's Bredael-Schmidt out

The next basketball season is still months away, but at least two local schools have made decisions for their programs moving forward.


Former Sturgeon Bay assistant coach Zach Goblisch has accepted the job as the head basketball coach for the Clippers. Goblisch will replace Head Coach Rodney Owens, who coached Sturgeon Bay for the 2022-2023 season which saw the team finish with a 7-17 record and a first-round exit to the eventual regional champs, Campbellsport. 


Taylor Bredael-Schmidt announced on social media earlier this week that her contract had not been renewed. In her statement, she expressed sadness that she would not be able to reach her goal of rebuilding the program's championship culture. Bredael-Schmidt was 38-58 during her four-year tenure with the Spartans, rebounding from a 4-19 mark in her first year to three straight years of at least 11 wins. 

Luxemburg-Casco softball tops Winneconne 8-3 on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Winneconne Wolves 8-3 Thursday afternoon in non-conference action that saw both teams battling the severe windy conditions.


The Spartans jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first two innings, taking advantage of Winnconne's starting pitcher Eden Youngbauer who had control issues early on.  Benefiting from four walks and a hit batter, L-C scored five runs in the first inning with the aid of only two hits.


Winneconne would close within 7-3 by picking up three runs in the top of the fifth inning, but the Spartans were able to close out the game by picking up an insurance run in the bottom of the inning on an RBI single by Josie Dorner.  


Savannah Jandrin pitched the first three innings and returned to pitch the sixth inning to pick up the win.  Senior Amanda Fameree came in to get the final out on a fly ball to left field to end the game.


Jillina Jorgenson scored twice and knocked in two runs and Rylen Kaminski had two RBIs as well to lead the Spartan attack that finished with seven hits.  


Winneconne (14-10) will now play Port Washington next Tuesday in the WIAA tournament. 


The #1 Spartans (19-2), who won the NEC championship last week, will now play #8 Fox Valley Lutheran next Tuesday in the WIAA Division II Regional Semi-Fiinal in Luxemburg.


Tuesday’s game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:15 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call. 



Softball preview: Gibraltar tourney opener part of NRSN slate

Three games of local importance are scheduled for softball diamonds on Thursday with two of them involved in the opening round of the WIAA Tournament.


Their first win in two years would extend the season for the Gibraltar softball team as they travel to Howards Grove for the WIAA Softball Tournament opener. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at  4:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. The game can also be streamed on and


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers softball team will look to travel on the road and take a game in the WIAA playoffs when they play visitors to the Valders Vikings in the first round of the postseason. 


Two teams will play tune-up games ahead of their tournament openers on Thursday with Kewaunee holding court with Wrightstown at 4 p.m. and Luxemburg-Casco sticking around town to play Winneconne at 4:30 p.m. Thursday’s game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:15 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.   




Baseball teams learn tournament seeds

Thursday will feature only two games but plenty of discussion about where the WIAA Tournament trails where lead for the area's baseball teams.


In Division 2, #8 Luxemburg-Casco will host #9 Seymour on May 25th with a potential date with #1 Denmark on the road slated for May 30th. The Spartans will face Clintonville in an NEC Matchup at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Sturgeon Bay earned a #11 seed and they will battle at #6 Shawano May 25th.


In Division 3, Kewaunee snagged the #1 seed and they will wait for the winner of #9 Lourdes Academy and New Holstein for a May 30th date in the regional semifinals. Southern Door holds a #3 seed and they will also wait until May 30th to begin tournament play against the winner of #11 Valders and #6 Howards Grove.


In Division 4, Gibraltar/Washington Island earned a #3 seed and they will host the winner of #6 Rosholt and #11 Almond-Bancroft on May 30th. Algoma garnered a #4 seed and they will battle #13 St. Thomas Aquinas. A potential Packerland Conference could occur on May 30th if #12 Sevastopol is able to get past #5 Iola Scandinavia on May 25th. The Pioneers are slated to face Sheboygan Lutheran on Thursday.

Luxemburg-Casco wins trap shooting regional

The spring season of the Wisconsin State Clay Target League is wrapping up in the next few weeks with local teams having some success.


According to the Spring Trap Overall Standings, here is where our local teams sit after Luxemburg-Casco captured the Shiocton Regional title over the weekend:


Gibraltar: 3rd place in 1A Conference 1  with 356 points, 84 behind 1st place Stockbridge

Washington Island: 7th place in 1A Conference 3 with 360.50 points, 1,202 behind 1st place Plymouth

Sevastopol: 8th place in 1A Conference 4 with 734 points, 1,988 points behind 1st place Pecatonica.

Algoma: 2nd place in 1A Conference 6 with 4,592, 915 points behind 1st place Weston

Kewaunee: 6th place in 1A Conference 6 with 2,872.50 points, 2634.50 points behind 1st place Weston

Southern Door: 2nd place in 2A Conference 3 with 18,928 points, 7,911 points behind 1st place Denmark

Luxemburg-Casco: 4th place in 2A Conference 5 with 21,637.50 points, 8,833 points behind 1st place River Valley 


Picture courtesy of Dale Simonar

Baseball recap: Kewaunee shut out by Bay Port

The Kewaunee Storm were shut out by the Bay Port Pirates 10-0 on Tuesday in a non-conference baseball game in Green Bay.  The Storm were coming off a doubleheader sweep over Southern Door on Monday, beating the Eagles 4-3 and 10-6 to seize control of the Packerland Conference top spot.  The Storm were able to hang with Bay Port early but the Pirates were able to tack on six runs late in the game to come away with the 10-0 win.  Kewaunee (14-0, 18-4 overall) will now host Peshtigo in a doubleheader on Friday with a chance to clinch the Packerland Conference.   




 No reported scores were received for Sturgeon Bay vs. Gibraltar and Luxemburg-Casco vs. Clintonville. 

Brewers bounce back with big bullpen game win over Cardinals

An unexpected bullpen game ended up with a huge 3-2 win for the Milwaukee Brewers Tuesday night against the St. Louis Cardinals.  Starting pitcher Wade Miley left the game in the second inning after straining his left lat.  Milwaukee’s five relief pitchers were then able to shut down the Cardinals the rest of the way, allowing just one run in 7.1 innings of play.  Joey Wiemer hit a solo home run in the fifth inning and Brian Anderson hit a solo shot in the sixth to carry the Brewers to victory.  Devin Williams pitched the final 1.1 innings to close out the game for the save.  Milwaukee (24-18) and St. Louis (17-26) will play the rubber game of the series tonight at 6:45 p.m. in St. Louis after the Cardinals took game one 18-1 Monday.  

Softball round-up: Algoma sweeps Kewaunee

The area's softball teams were greeted with mixed results on Monday ahead of the start of the playoffs.


While Gibraltar was swept by Peshtigo, the Algoma Wolves took two games from their southern rivals on Monday, nipping Kewaunee 5-4 before beating them 17-3 in game two. The Sevastopol Pioneers softball team came back to win game two 13-7 after dropping their first game against the Oconto Blue Devils Monday evening 8-5. The Sturgeon Bay Clippers lost NEW Lutheran in game one 10-6 but captured game two 22-12.


Tuesday's games will feature a single matchup between Algoma and Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door traveling to Denmark, and Luxemburg-Casco hosting New Holstein.

Kewaunee captures boys' track title

It was another year and another Packerland Conference title for the Kewaunee boys' track team.


With 172 points, the Storm toppled the field with 31 more points than second-place Southern Door and over 50 more than third-place Peshtigo. Kewaunee won five events to pace themselves to victory, including wins in two of the relays. Sturgeon Bay's Espen Walker set a school-mark that hasn't been match since 1969 with his high jump of over 6'4"












100m: 1, Zach Lynch SD :11.43; 2, Tristan Krejcarek P :11.53; 3, Nathan Schlough KEW :11.57. 

200m: 1, Zach Lynch SD :23.43; 2, Will Lecy G :23.63; 3, Nathan Schlough KEW :23.75. 

400m: 1, Zach Wendland NEWL :52.97; 2, Christopher Cullen KEW :54.28; 3, Lucas Conard SD :55.80. 

800m: 1, Christopher Cullen KEW 2:06.28; 2, Lucas Conard SD 2:08.63; 3, Andrew Nelson P 2:10.38. 

1600m: 1, Andrew Nelson P 4:40.05; 2, Ben Grota SD 4:54.64; 3, Dominick Baxter OCO 5:00.10. 

3200m: 1, Andrew Nelson P 10:51.77; 2, Ben Grota SD 10:54.08; 3, Dominick Baxter OCO 11:19.56. 

110m Hurdles: 1, Ethan Brissette P :15.54; 2, Kaden Borkovetz SD :15.88; 3, Isaac Schleis KEW :15.91. 

300m Hurdles: 1, Ethan Brissette P :41.62; 2, Zach Wendland NEWL :41.65; 3, Isaac Schleis KEW :42.26. 

400m Relay: 1, Southern Door :46.26; 2, Gibraltar :46.95; 3, Sturgeon Bay :47.26. 

800m Relay: 1, Gibraltar 1:36.35; 2, Kewaunee 1:36.62; 3, Southern Door 1:37.82. 

1600m Relay: 1, Kewaunee 3:43.82; 2, Peshtigo 3:49.88; 3, Southern Door 3:52.17. 

3,200m Relay: 1, Kewaunee 9:25.47; 2, Southern Door 9:50.97; 3, Oconto 9:51.75. 

High Jump: 1, Espen Walker SB 6-4; 2, Jordan Lamack KEW 6-2; 3, Maddix Mueller KEW 6-1. 

Pole Vault: 1, Kavin Kleikamp P 12-3; 2, Mitchell Swagel KEW 12-3; 3, Xavier Jandrin SB 11-6. 

Long Jump: 1, Zach Wendland NEWL 20-8.5; 2, Braden Sitte G 20-5; 3, Kaden Borkovetz SD 20-4. 

Triple Jump: 1, Maddix Mueller KEW 42-0.5; 2, Craven Lautenbach SB 40-0.5; 3, Alaric Urban SD 40-0.5. 

Shotput: 1, Braden Evers SB 45-3.25; 2, Kemper Robinson KEW 43-0.5; 3, DJ Echos KEW 42-10.5. 

Discus: 1 Kemper Robinson KEW 145-11; 2, Gannon Evers SB 139-7; 3, Mitchell Boeder KEW 132-9.


For the girls, Sturgeon Bay was the top local team with 130 points, just three points behind conference champion Peshtigo. The Clippers boasted three event winners to lead them to their finish. One highlight was Gibraltar's McKailey Reisen who broke a school record in the 100m hurdles that had stood since 1984.












100m: 1, Ella Tarkowski SB :12.83; 2, Fany Pecout KEW :12.87; 3, Ebony Sinclair NEWL :12.92. 

200m: 1, Ebony Sinclair NEWL :27.08; 2, Fany Pecout KEW :27.19; 3, Frankie Nellis SD :28.12. 

400m: 1, Hannah Miller KEW 1:01.68; 2, Ella Tarkowski SB 1:04.03; 3, Rylee Dax KEW 1:05.22. 

800m: 1, Rachel Nelson P 2:27.79; 2, Hannah Miller KEW 2:29.59; 3, Rylee Dax KEW 2:36.43. 

1600m: 1, Rachel Nelson P 5:27.27; 2, Hannah Miller KEW 5:32.79; 3, Bea Dramm SEV 5:34.87. 

3200m: 1, Julia Kurek SB 12:10.91; 2, Bea Dramm SEV 12:18.66; 3, Rachel Nelson P 12:36.24. 

100m hurdles: 1, McKailey Reisen G :16.23; 2, Nida Zukauskaite SB :16.72; 3, Emma Raygo P :18.64. 

300m hurdles: 1, Alaina Archambault P :51.13; 2, Nida Zukauskaite SB :52.61; 3, Maddie Finger SD :55.74. 

400m Relay: 1, Gibraltar :52.85; 2, Sturgeon Bay :54.33; 3, NEW Lutheran :54.44. 

800m Relay: 1, Gibraltar 1:54.01; 2, Peshtigo 1:57.40; 3, Oconto 1:57.76. 

1600m Relay: 1, Sturgeon Bay 4:32.58; 2. Peshtigo 4:33.28; 3, Kewaunee 4:49.54. 

3200m Relay: 1, Gibraltar 11:05.60; 2, Sturgeon Bay 11:49.60; 3. Peshtigo 11:56.55. 

High Jump: 1, Danica Werkheiser SEV 5-1; 2, Nida Zukauskaite SB 5-1; 3, McKailey Reisen G 4-10. 

Pole Vault: 1, Andrea Wilke SB 9-1; 2, Danica Neville SD 8-6; 3, Riley Sabel P 7-6. 

Long Jump: 1, Ebony Sinclair NEWL 16-10.5; 2, Frankie Nellis SD 16-7; 3, Bella Jones G 16-4. 

Triple Jump: 1, Hannah Miller KEW 34-8; 2, Ella Tarkowski SB 32-10; 3, Alaina Archambault P 31-1. 

Shotput: 1, Emily Kirchman A 35-10; 2, Christina Powers P 35-3.75; 3, Madelyn Wind SB 34-8.5. 

Discus: 1,Fany Pecout KEW 101-10; 2, Emily Kirchman A 96-6; 3, Faith Gerdmann A 92-0


Full Results

Baseball round-up: Gibraltar baseball pounds Peshtigo in doubleheader sweep, faces Sturgeon Bay Tuesday

The Gibraltar Vikings broke out of their nearly week-long skid with two wins against Peshtigo on Monday, winning the games 9-0 and 9-1.


As heard on 105.1 The GOAT, the highlight of the two-game set was Aaron Brey sending a pitch over the centerfield fence for a two-run homer.



The Vikings return to action on Tuesday with a doubleheader against Sturgeon Bay at 4:30 p.m.


On 104.1 WRLU, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans fell to the first-place Denmark Vikings 6-1 in North Eastern Conference baseball Monday afternoon. The Spartans (6-9, 7-13 overall) will now play back-to-back games, away and home, with the Clintonville Truckers on Tuesdsay and Thursday this week.


Kewaunee put a stranglehold on the Packerland Conference as they swept a doubleheader from Southern Door. The Storm will get back to work Tuesday with a non-conference game at Bay Port.


The Algoma baseball team just needed five innings to get past Hilbert/Stockbridge, beating them 10-0 in five innings.



Horseshoe Bay hosts local golf invitational

The annual Horseshoe Bay Invitational has arrived once again, signaling one of the final meets before the regionals begin next week. 


Teams from all over Northeast Wisconsin will flock to the northern part of Door County to participate at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club in Egg Harbor. The 18-hole invitational is one of the higlights of the season for most teams and golfers, as it is a private course and may be the one chance for many golfers to play the course. 


Teams scheduled to be at the Horseshoe Bay Invitational are Ashwaubenon, Coleman, Gibraltar, Green Bay New Lutheran/Providence Academy, Kimberly, Lourdes Academy, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Peshtigo, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay. 

Luxemburg Casco falls to Denmark late on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans fell to the first-place Denmark Vikings 6-1 in North Eastern Conference baseball Monday afternoon. 

A scoreless pitcher's duel through four innings, turned in the top of the fifth inning as the Vikings scored three runs and added three more in the sixth inning to secure the win.  

Ryan Routhieaux was the tough-luck pitcher for the Spartans as he went 4 1/3 innings and allowed only two earned runs on four hits to take the loss.

The Spartans defense struggled with four errors in the game and the L-C offense could muster only one run when Jacob DeGrave was hit-by-pitch in the sixth inning with the bases loaded.

Cole Jacquet hit a double and Breaden Schley added a single for the only two hits in the game for the Spartans. 

Denmark (16-0, 20-2 overall) has clinched the NEC championship and remains undefeated in the conference. 

The Spartans (6-9, 7-13 overall) will now play back-to-back games, away and home, with the Clintonville Truckers on Tuesdsay and Thursday this week.

The next broadcast of L-C baseball game will be the first round of the WIAA Divsion II playoffs in two weeks.  The seeding for the tournament will be done Wednesday and will determine when, where and who the Spartans will play.  That game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.   


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Packerland Conference takes over St. Norbert for championships

The best of the Packerland Conference track will be decided Monday at St. Norbert College.


Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, and Southern Door will all take over Donald Schneider Stadium on the campus of St. Norbert College beginning at 3 p.m. with the first events. 


Last year, the Kewaunee boys and the Sturgeon Bay girls posted convincing wins for their respective team titles when the meet was held at Southern Door.

Softball preview: Closing time for regular season

Now that the tournament field is finally set, the area's softball teams will give it one more go ahead of the postseason's start on Thursday.


Monday's games include Gibraltar hosting Peshtigo at 4 p.m. for a doubleheader, Sevastopol welcoming Oconto for two at 4:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay playing at home against NEW Lutheran at 4:30 p.m., and Kewaunee traveling to Algoma at 4:30 p.m.


The WIAA finalized the 2023 tournament field over the weekend with the following matchups with local implications:



Gibraltar at Howards Grove at 4:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT

Sturgeon Bay at Valders at 4:30 p.m.



Luxemburg-Casco vs. Xavier OR Fox Valley Lutheran on 104.1 WRLU

Kewaunee at Southern Door on U 102.1

Algoma vs. Hilbert/Stockbridge OR Sheboygan Lutheran

Sevastopol vs. NEW Lutheran


Baseball preview: Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar on NEW Radio Sports Network

Another day, another pair of games featuring local high school teams will be featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network.


On 105.1 The GOAT, the Gibraltar Vikings continue one of their busiest stretches of baseball in recent memory on Monday with a pair of games against Peshtigo. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 3:45 p.m. and the first pitch at 4:00 p.m. The second game will begin about 15 minutes after the first contest is over.


Over on 104.1 WRLU, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans take on the first-place Denmark Vikings in Luxemburg in North Eastern Conference baseball Monday afternoon. The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:15 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at Fred Yagodinski Field.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call. 


Other games scheduled for Monday include a battle for first place between Kewaunee and Southern Door in Kewaunee at 4 p.m., Algoma hosting Hilbert at 4:30 p.m., and Sevastopol battling Oconto in Institute at 4:30 p.m.  

Sister Bay outlasts West Jacksonport on 105.1 The GOAT

The Sister Bay Bays were able to outlast and outscore the West Jacksonport Ports 6-2 on an cloudy overcast day in Jacksonport on 105.1 The GOAT. 


Tom Sawyer started off the scoring for Sister Bay right away in the top of the first inning, singling into left field to score Laughlin from second base. Sam Forkert was the starting pitcher for Sister Bay, as he was dominant throughout the beginning of the game, blanking the Ports until the sixth inning. 


In the third, it was Spencer Krause singled to center field to bring home Laughlin again, to extend the Bays lead to 2-0. Laughlin would score once again in the 6th inning, as Tom Sawyer got the RBI, his second of the game, making the lead 3-0. 


Jaeger Brusky would give West Jacksonport two runs in the sixth off of a double to the right-center gap off of the new Sister Bay pitcher Matt Hect. 


Sister Bay would put the game out of reach in the ninth inning when the tempers would begin to flare, as Spencer Krause would single, and the runner Tom Sawyer would score on an error by the center fielder. Hect would double, scoring Krause to make it 5-2, and a wild pitch would bring home another runner to make the final score 6-2. 



The Kolberg Braves picked up where they left off last year's double championship season with a convincing 18-3 victory over the Maplewood Mets on Sunday afternoon. Both teams scored a pair of runs in the second inning, but it was all Braves after that as they registered six runs over the following two innings and ended the game with scoring stints of four runs in the seventh and six more in the eighth to help end the game an inning short. Derek Schninktgen led the way with four RBI after going 4-4 at the plate. Austen Rohe and Nick LeCaptain added three RBI while Kyle Routhieaux knocked in a pair. Kordell Draves knocked in both runs for the Mets with a pair of singles. Jake Schneider earned the win with 10 strikeouts across four innings of work while allowing two earned runs.



Washington Island 5, Institute 3

Egg Harbor 19, Baileys Harbor 3


Spartans soccer swept in Oostburg

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team was kept scoreless in Oostburg on Saturday as they lost 4-0 to their hosts and 1-0 to their rivals.


Goalkeeper Tabi Lemens took the loss in both pairs but not without being challenged throughout. She stopped 15 of 19 shots from the Flying Dutchmen of Oostburg and followed it up with 17 of 18 shots against Denmark. 


Picture by Becky Lemens

Luxemburg-Casco Girls 4x200 win NEC title

The teams finished in the middle of the conference, but Luxemburg-Casco won one event at the North Eastern Conference Championships at Little Chute


The 4x200m relay for the girls won their event out of 10 teams, with the 4x400m relay just missing out on joining them on top of the podium. The Spartans girls team had eight top-five finishes as they finished in fourth place with 76.5  points. Host Little Chute won with 160 points.


For the boys, Spencer Thiry led the way with a personal record for a second-place finish in the 1600m and a third place in the 800m. The boys had five top-five performances, which led them to finish in fifth place with 51 points. Little Chute won with 130 points. 


Mens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.11Trace Schoenbeck11.42aPRLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.12Jack Rollin23.95aPRLuxemburg-Casco

15.10Hudson Thiry24.83aPRLuxemburg-Casco

--.12Logan VandermauseDNSLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.10Hudson Thiry55.58aLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.12Spencer Thiry2:06.77aLuxemburg-Casco

10.12Ty Tenor2:19.55aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

2.12Spencer Thiry4:43.38aPRLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.10Kyan Lynts11:12.83aPRLuxemburg-Casco

9.12Spencer Thiry11:33.11aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

10.9Mason Trimberger43.97aPRLuxemburg-Casco

11.10Matthew Brand45.55aPRLuxemburg-Casco

14.12Connor Leppiaho46.45aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

46.09aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

1:33.86aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

3:50.04aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

9:25.00aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

12.11Trace Schoenbeck38-02.50Luxemburg-Casco

Discus Varsity - Finals

11.10Bryce Dhuey114-01Luxemburg-Casco

18.11Logan Guilette90-04Luxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

10.12Jack Rollin5-04.00Luxemburg-Casco

10.9Cameron Dorner5-04.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

4.12George Herlache13-00.00Luxemburg-Casco

7.12TJ Kuhn11-06.00PRLuxemburg-Casco

10.11Sam Schutz10-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

6.11Trevor Beaupre19-11.00Luxemburg-Casco

12.9Cameron Dorner18-09.25Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

3.11Trevor Beaupre41-03.75Luxemburg-Casco

12.10Andrew Klass36-06.50Luxemburg-Casco

 Womens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.11Gabrielle Wech13.26aSRLuxemburg-Casco

7.12Emily Ropson13.42aLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.11Lydia Morozov26.97aPRLuxemburg-Casco

7.10McKenna Rank27.87aSRLuxemburg-Casco

13.12Alexis Vogt28.84aPRLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.10Madyson VanArk1:07.23aPRLuxemburg-Casco

12.10Grace Havel1:08.63aPRLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

13.10Grace Havel2:47.07aLuxemburg-Casco

14.12Eva Junion2:53.63aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

--.10Lexi PolsterDNSLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.10Cady Bevins14:57.15aLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

6.12Alexis Vogt17.31aPRLuxemburg-Casco

7.11Grace Seering17.39aPRLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

4.10Elaina Holschuh49.51aPRLuxemburg-Casco

5.11Grace Seering50.35aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

54.14aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

1:49.09aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

4:14.61aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

11:33.53aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

8.12Alexis Vogt29-05.25Luxemburg-Casco

11.12Lindsey Pardowsky28-03.75Luxemburg-Casco

Discus Varsity - Finals

3.12Lindsey Pardowsky98-03PRLuxemburg-Casco

11.12Lilly Giese79-06SRLuxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

6.10Madyson VanArk4-08.00Luxemburg-Casco

10.10McKenna Rank4-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

7.12Emily Ropson7-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

11.12Eva Junion6-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

4.10Elaina Holschuh14-08.00Luxemburg-Casco

9.10Madyson VanArk14-02.25Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

6.11Grace Seering30-08.25Luxemburg-Casco

7.10Elaina Holschuh30-05.75Luxemburg-Casco

Baseball round-up: Gibraltar rally falls short vs. Kewaunee on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings came back late, but ultimately could not absorb the storm of a six-run second inning in a 7-4 loss to Kewaunee Saturday evening at Fox Cities Stadium.


Each team tried their hardest to get all of their players into the special matchup that followed a 4-2 win by the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers over the South Bend Cubs. More than 40 players appeared in the game, including six pitchers for Gibraltar and seven pitchers for Kewaunee.


The Vikings opened the scoring in the first inning when Rylan Caldecott took advantage of a wild pitch to make it 1-0. The Storm answered when Mitchel Thompson's single drove in Payton Kohnle. After the Vikings went 1-2-3 in their half of the second inning, the Storm batted around against Bennett Isaacson with Caleb Schaller, Collin Spranger, Kohnle, Owen Carlson, and Cal Ihlenfeldt recording hits. 


The Vikings' pitching clamped down the Storm's offense after that, allowing just two hits and four total baserunners after that. The Vikings were able to chip away in subsequent innings, with Brady Kita scoring on an Aaron Brey single that squeaked past Kewaunee's Carlson. The  Vikings made one more push in the sixth inning, with Liam Lindenberg drawing a bases-loaded walk and Owen Dannhausen hitting an RBI single. The Storm's Waylon Delain ended any hope of a threat in the seventh inning, striking out the side to end the game.



In other action on Saturday, Sevastopol swept a doubleheader from St. Thomas Aquinas 11-0 in four innings and 13-10, Southern Door snuck past Winneconne twice, and Algoma was swept by Oconto 5-2 and 14-2.

DCBL Season opens in West Jacksonport on 105.1 The GOAT

The Door County Baseball League season kicks off as the Sister Bay Bays pays a visit to Jacksonport to take on the West Jacksonport Ports on 105.1 The GOAT. 


In a matchup of two playoff teams from last season, West Jacksonport and Sister Bay set up a thriller of a week one matchup in the DCBL. The Ports fell to the eventual league champion Kolberg Braves in the opening round of the postseason by a score of 4-3. West Jacksonport finished 4th in the standings of last season, and will look to continue their success into the 2023 slate. 


Sister Bay also fell in the first round of the postseason to the Washington Island Islanders 1-0 in 12 innings. The Bays were the second seed in the postseason last year, and have been atop or near the top of the Door County Baseball League for the past few seasons. 


Gary Barta and Jacob Nate will have the call from West Jacksonport on 105.1 The GOAT and The pregame is set to begin at 1:15 and first pitch of the new season at 1:30 between the Ports and the Bays. 

L-C track battles at NEC championships Saturday

The Luxemburg-Casco track teams will head to Little Chute for the  NEC Championships on Saturday.


The Spartans will go against Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown. Little Chute is hosting the meet at Unison Credit Union Stadium beginning at 10 a.m. 


The teams are coming off twin sixth place performances at the West De Pere Invite on Tuesday. On the boys side, Spencer Thiry won the 1600m and George Herlache captured the pole vaulting crown. For the girls, the 4x400m relay was the top-placing event with a 2nd place finish. 


Mens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.11Trace Schoenbeck11.59aPRLuxemburg-Casco

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

5.11Trace Schoenbeck11.61aLuxemburg-Casco

11.12Jack Rollin12.30aLuxemburg-Casco

13.10Andrew Klass12.39aLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

9.11Trace Schoenbeck23.62aPRLuxemburg-Casco

14.10Michael Morozov24.80aPRLuxemburg-Casco

16.10Hudson Thiry25.45aLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.10Hudson Thiry55.23aPRLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.12Spencer Thiry2:03.82aSRLuxemburg-Casco

11.12Ty Tenor2:18.87aSRLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

1.12Spencer Thiry4:40.80aPRLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Spencer Thiry11:01.91aPRLuxemburg-Casco

110m Hurdles Varsity - Prelims

11.10Matthew Brand20.51aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

5.9Mason Trimberger45.04aPRLuxemburg-Casco

7.10Matthew Brand46.04aPRLuxemburg-Casco

9.12Connor Leppiaho46.46aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


Shot Put Varsity - Finals

7.11Trace Schoenbeck39-06.50Luxemburg-Casco

9.10Matthew Koss37-01.00Luxemburg-Casco

Discus Varsity - Finals

11.10Matthew Koss104-11Luxemburg-Casco

13.10Bryce Dhuey91-03Luxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

8.9Cameron Dorner5-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

9.12Jack Rollin5-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

1.12George Herlache13-06.00PRLuxemburg-Casco

8.11Sam Schutz11-00.00Luxemburg-Casco

10.12TJ Kuhn10-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

7.11Trevor Beaupre20-01.25SRLuxemburg-Casco

9.9Cameron Dorner18-11.75PRLuxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

4.11Trevor Beaupre41-02.75Luxemburg-Casco

9.10Andrew Klass36-07.50Luxemburg-Casco

 Womens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

9.10McKenna Rank13.60aPRLuxemburg-Casco

10.11Lydia Morozov13.63aLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

9.11Gabrielle Wech28.63aLuxemburg-Casco

10.12Emily Ropson28.85aPRLuxemburg-Casco

12.11Danica Mrotek29.45aPRLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10McKenna Rank1:03.49aLuxemburg-Casco

8.11Lydia Morozov1:03.54aPRLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10Grace Havel2:46.02aSRLuxemburg-Casco

8.9Morgan Rank2:55.13aPRLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.10Grace Havel6:11.32aPRLuxemburg-Casco

8.10Cady Bevins6:45.84aPRLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.10Cady Bevins14:43.74aPRLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

6.12Alexis Vogt17.45aPRLuxemburg-Casco

7.11Grace Seering17.58aPRLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles Varsity - Prelims

6.12Alexis Vogt17.54aLuxemburg-Casco

8.11Grace Seering17.86aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.11Grace Seering49.76aLuxemburg-Casco

4.10Elaina Holschuh49.97aPRLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team


Shot Put Varsity - Finals

4.12Lindsey Pardowsky31-10.50Luxemburg-Casco

10.12Alexis Vogt28-00.00Luxemburg-Casco

Discus Varsity - Finals

7.12Lindsey Pardowsky88-05Luxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

4.10Madyson VanArk4-08.00Luxemburg-Casco

9.10McKenna Rank4-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

9.12Emily Ropson8-00.00Luxemburg-Casco

10.12Eva Junion7-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

4.10Elaina Holschuh15-09.00PRLuxemburg-Casco

10.10Madyson VanArk14-03.50Luxemburg-Casco

14.11Olivia Peters13-02.75Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

3.11Grace Seering31-05.25PRLuxemburg-Casco

6.10Elaina Holschuh30-10.00Luxemburg-Casco

United soccer heads to Kiel for tournament

The Sevastopol/Gibraltar soccer team heads south for a weekend tournament in Kiel.


The tournament also features the host school, Manitowoc Lincoln, Martin Luther, New Holstein, Random Lake, Roncalli, and St. Mary's Springs Academy. The first matches at the Kiel Soccer Complex Meggers Road begin at 9 a.m. 


Picture courtesy of Sevastopol School District

Kewaunee battles Gibraltar at Fox Cities Stadium on 105.1 The GOAT

Kewaunee and Gibraltar will play for their third time in a week, but this time will be in a much different location than their home fields.


The Storm and the Vikings will battle each other at Fox Cities Stadium for the second year in a row. Both head coaches, Daniel Spranger for Kewaunee and Jay Kita for Gibraltar plan on bringing bigger rosters to the home of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers to give them a memorable experience.


In their previous matchups, Gibraltar could not generate the offense needed to mask their mistakes in the field on Tuesday losing both ends of a doubleheader to Kewaunee by the scores of 10-1 and 9-1. Both teams are coming off non-conference losses, with the Storm losing to Denmark on Thursday and the Vikings falling to Mishicot on Friday.


Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT,, and beginning at 4:15 p.m. and the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. or following the conclusion of the South Bend Cubs/Wisconsin Timber Rattlers game.


In other baseball action on Friday, Sturgeon Bay finished off their suspended game against Peshtigo, winning 9-2 and Southern Door toppled Manitowoc Lutheran 10-2.


Saturday's action will also include Algoma traveling to Oconto for a doubleheader (10 a.m.), Sevastopol visiting to St. Thomas Aquinas for a doubleheader (11 a.m.), and Southern Door heading to Winneconne for a doubleheader (11 a.m.).



Luxemburg-Casco outfoxes Fox Valley Lutheran on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans were able to turn the tables on the  Fox Valley Lutheran Friday afternoon by beating the Foxes 7-4 in North Eastern Conference baseball, after losing to them on Tuesday.  


Spartan pitcher Braeden Schley pitched six solid innings and got defensive solid support, including a diving catch by Ryan Routhieaux in center field in the sixth inning to help preserve a then 6-4 lead.


Denmark started the game with three consecutive singles to load the bases, but Schley was able to minimize the damage to one run, thanks to Routhieaux throwing out a runner at the plate to end the inning. 


The Spartans managed to score two runs of their own in the bottom of the first playing small ball on a sac fly by Cole Jacquet and a squeeze bunt by Max Thayse.


A big four-run third inning gave the Spartans a commanding 6-1 lead, with the help of wildness by Foxes' pitcher Mac Kramer who walked three batters in the inning a wild pitched a run home.  


The Foxes would score three unanswered runs, including a rocket home run to left field by Corey Riesop, to close within 6-4 late in the game, but Max Thayse delivered a big two-out hit in the bottom of the sixth to give the Spartans a 7-4 cushion.


Ryan Routhieaux came in to close the door in the top of the seventh inning to earn the save giving Schley the win.  Kramer took the loss for the Foxes, giving up six runs in five innings.


Luxemburg-Casco (6-9, 7-11 overall)  will now face the top team in the NEC on Monday, the Denmark Vikings.


Monday's game versus Denmark will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU starting at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show, and the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.   

Soccer round-up: L-C falls to Marinette

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans could not recover from a 3-0 first-half deficit as they were held scoreless in a 4-0 loss to the NEC-leading Marinette Marines Thursday night.


No score was reported from the Sevastopol-Gibraltar/NEW Lutheran matchup.


The United is scheduled to be back in action on Saturday when they play at a tournament featuring Manitowoc Lincoln, Martin Luther, New Holstein, Random Lake, Roncalli, and St. Mary's Springs Academy. The first matches at the Kiel Soccer Complex Meggers Road. 


Clippers golf wins Packerland Conference

Tre Wienke shot an 87 in his final round of the regular season to help Sturgeon Bay win the Packerland Conference Thursday at Wander Springs Golf Course in Greenleaf.


The Clippers shot 377 among its top golfers, 20 strokes better than second-place Southern Door and 40 strokes better than third-place Kewaunee. Packerland Conference Golfer of the Year Grant Bauman of Peshtigo shot a meet-best 77 to lead his team to a fourth-place finish on the day.


Click here for meet results


As a result, the Clippers won the conference with Southern Door and Peshtigo finishing in second and third respectively. You can find the final results and the All-Packerland teams below.


Individual results from Wander Springs

Grant Bauman 77 Peshtigo

Finn Salm 82 Gibraltar

Finley LaVine 85 Southern Door

Tre Wienke 87 Sturgeon Bay

Evan Maccaux Kewaunee


Packerland Conference Final Standings

1. Sturgeon Bay(Conference Champions

2. Southern Door

3. Peshtigo

4. Oconto

5. Gibraltar

6. Sevastopol

7. Kewaunee


All Conference Awards

Player of the Year

Grant Bauman Sr. Peshtigo


First Team

Grant Bauman Sr. Peshtigo

Finley LaVine So. Southern Door

Finn Salm So. Gibraltar 

Tre Wienke So. Sturgeon Bay

Isaak Aune Sr. Sturgeon Bay

Evan Maccaux Fr. Kewaunee

L-C, Gibraltar baseball featured on NRSN broadcasts Friday

Gibraltar and Luxemburg-Casco will be featured on NEW Radio Sports Network broadcasts Friday afternoon as the baseball season heads into its final weeks.


The Gibraltar baseball team will take another break from Packerland play for a non-conference matchup against Mishicot on Friday afternoon. Tim Kowols will call the action on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. It is the first of our weekend full of baseball on 105.1 The GOAT, which also includes Gibraltar and Kewaunee playing at Fox Cities Stadium on Saturday and Sister Bay visiting West Jacksonport on the opening day of the Door County Baseball League season. 


Over on 104.1 WRLU, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will look to avenge a Tuesday loss to Fox Valley Lutheran, when they face the Foxes Friday afternoon in Luxemburg in North Eastern Conference baseball. The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU beginning at 4:15 p.m. the pregame. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Gary Barta on the call. 


Other games scheduled for Friday include Sturgeon Bay playing a pair at Peshtigo (4:30 p.m.).


In Thursday's action, Kewaunee could not keep up with Denmark in a 13-4 loss, Algoma came back late to beat Sturgeon Bay 16-7 and 15-5, and Sevastopol dropped their games to NEW Lutheran 7-1 and 9-1.

Spartans clinch NEC title with win over Waupaca on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Waupaca Comets 5-1 and claimed the outright North Eastern Conference championship in the process Thursday afternoon. 

The Spartans took care of business early with four first-inning runs and cruised to the victory, while benefiting from Denmark’s upset of the Freedom Irish 5-0 clinch the conference title.


The Spartans scored two runs before the first out in the bottom of the first inning and got a clutch two-out, two-run RBI single from Kate Vaness to take a 4-0 lead.


Savannah Jandrin was efficient and effective on the mound by going the distance and only allowing one run on five hits.


In Friday softball action, Southern Door plays at NEW Lutheran, Kewaunee hosts Peshtigo, Gibraltar travels to Oconto, and Algoma visits Sevastopol.

Soccer preview: L-C, Sevastopol/Gibraltar in action

Two local teams will be in action on Thursday as they look to build up their own WIAA Tournament resumes by continuing their winning streaks.


Luxemburg-Casco looks to stretch their winning streak to three and their point streak to four with a matchup at home against Marinette at 6:30 p.m.


Sevastopol/Gibraltar will host parent's night when NEW Lutheran comes calling at 6 p.m.


A previously scheduled game between Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay has been cancelled.


Picture courtesy of Sevastopol School District

Softball round-up: Spartan softball hosts Waupaca on 104.1 WRLU

Wednesday was used as not just a make-up day for some area teams, but also to announce their future matchups.


Southern Door and Kewaunee along with Luxemburg-Casco and Little Chute made up postponed games on Wednesday, though no results were given as of 5:45 a.m.


Later into the evening, the WIAA hosted their pairing meetings for the upcoming WIAA Softball Tournament, which starts next Thursday. Algoma and Luxemburg-Casco all earned an extra few days of rest and will host games the following Tuesday.  As of 6 a.m. Thursday, matchups had not been announced for Sevastopol, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, or Southern Door. The matchups we do know include:



#1 Luxemburg-Casco vs. #8 Fox Valley Lutheran/#9 Xavier on May 23rd (Will Air on 104.1 WRLU)



#1 Algoma vs. #8 Stockbridge-Hilbert/#9 Sheboygan Lutheran on May 23rd

#10 Gibraltar vs. #7 Howards Grove on May 18th (Will Air on 105.1 The GOAT


As for Thursday, the Spartans will play at home against Waupaca. The pregame on 104.1 WRLU begins at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call. 


A previously scheduled doubleheader between Algoma and Sturgeon Bay has been rescheduled for a single contest at Sturgeon Bay on May 16th.

Packerland Conference golf meet headlines Thursday slate

The Packerland Conference Championship golf meet will lead the slate for golfers on Thursday, but the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans have a meet of their own in Oconto Falls. 


Wander Springs is the home course for the conference meet, as the golfers will tackle 18 holes for the first time in conference play, not including other teams invitationals. The Sturgeon Bay Clippers have been victorious in the majority of the meets this season, with Southern Door finishing second. Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will be the teams vying for Packerland position at the conference meet. 

Luxemburg-Casco will also have a meet on Thursday when they travel to Oconto Falls and River Island Golf Course. The schools at the meet will be De Pere, Little Chute,
Luxemburg-Casco, Marinette, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Oconto Falls, Pulaski,
and Seymour.


The Packerland Conference Championship meet will tee off at 11:00 a.m. and L-C tees off at Oconto Falls at 1:00 p.m. 

Sturgeon Bay wins Packerland Conference match at Little River

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers shot an impressive 167 as a team on Tuesday and came away with a convincing win at the Packerland Conference Golf Match in Marinette on Tuesday at the Little River Golf Course. Isaak Aune and Tre Weinke paced the Clippers with a 38 and 39 respectively. Grant Bauman took top honors with a 34 for Peshtigo.  


Team Scores:
Sturgeon Bay - 167
Southern Door - 203
Peshtigo - 204
Sevastopol - 216
Gibraltar - 220
Oconto - 226
Kewaunee - 230
NEW Luthern - NA

Top Players:
Grant Bauman (Peshtigo) - 34
Isaak Aune (Sturgeon Bay)  - 38
Tre Weinke (Sturgeon Bay) - 39
Finley Lavine (Southern Door) -40
Porter Rabach (Sturgeon Bay) - 43

Eagles pile runs on Oconto; dominate doubleheader on U-102.1

The Southern Door Eagles rode big innings in both games of the doubleheader they played against the Oconto Blue Devils, winning the first game in 3 innings 16-1 and winning game two 19-9 on U-102.1. 


Game one was started by Ashlyn Delfosse, who threw all three innings of the game, who allowed just one hit in the three innings that were pitched. The Eagles offense was lead by their 2nd, 3rd, and 4th hitters in the lineup in Chloe Lustila, Ashlyn Delfosse, and Callie Miller. The three players alone combined for nine of the sixteen runs scored, as every player in Southern Door’s starting lineup came around to score in game one. 


Oconto’s Annika Schlueter was charged with all 16 runs against her. 


In the second game, it was all about the second inning for the Eagles, as they put 10 runs on the board in that inning alone, with two home runs coming from Colbi Jacquet and Payton Gilbertson. The 19 runs are the most of the season in a game for Southern Door, who were unable to end the game early at any point. 


Southern Door’s Ashlyn Delfosse started the game for the Eagles, allowing 4 runs. Chloe Lusitla pitched five and a third innings for Southern Door, giving up five runs. 

Oconto had Jaelin Kumhala throw for game two, as she went all seven innings, giving up the 19 runs.


Algoma Invitational Track Meet results

The Little Chute Mustangs boys and girls won the Algoma Invitational Track and Field Meet on Tuesday scoring 197 and 175 points respectively.  Sturgeon Bay took second place in the girl's competition with 137 points, while Kewaunee finished second in the boys with 181.5 points.  Eight area teams competed in the meet with the following team scores:


BOYS:  Little Chute 197, Kewaunee 181.5, Sturgeon Bay 105, NEW Lutheran 53, Algoma 51, Gibraltar 41.5, Sevastopol 26, Denmark 4

GIRLS:  Little Chute 175, Sturgeon Bay 137, Kewaunee 104.5, Sevastopol 65, Gibraltar 59.5, NEW Lutheran 56, Algoma 47


In the girl's meet individually, Sturgeon Bay’s Ella Tarkowski took the 400 in 1:05:31.  Kewaunee’s 800 relay won with a time of 1:53:45, and Hannah Miller leapt 33 feet-six inches in the triple jump for the Storm.  The 3,200 relay from Gibraltar claimed the top spot with a time of 11:18.09 and Viking McKailey Reisen took honors in the high jump clearing 4 feet-ten inches.  Emily Kirchman of Algoma won the shot put with a hoist of 34 feet-6.75 inches.


In the boy's meet, The Kewaunee Storm’s relay teams of 1,600 and 32,00 won with times of 3:42 and 9:08:17, respectively.  Kewaunee’s Mitchell Swagel claimed the pole vault by clearing 11 feet and six inches, and Kemper Robinson tossed the discus 146 feet-seven inches to take the top spot.




The complete results are listed below courtesy of Dean Blahnik: 


Licensed to Algoma High School HY-TEK's Meet Manager Algoma Invitational 2022 - 5/10/2022 Algoma High School Results Event 1 Women 4x800 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Gibraltar 'A' 11:18.09 1) Szakala, Lilla 2) Lecy, Betsy 3) Nordahl, Aria 4) Alexander, Chloe 2 Little Chute 'A' 11:27.32 1) Beckman, Jasmine 2) Stein, Amelia 3) Job, Madisen 4) Harper, Averi 3 Sevastopol 'A' 12:13.80 1) Fellner, Caitlyn 2) Wilke, Ruth 3) Fiscus, Victoria 4) Hasenjager, Caitlyn 4 Kewaunee 'A' 12:57.62 1) Ihlenfeldt, Mia 2) Robinson, Chyanne 3) Vogeltanz, Emily 4) Kunesh, Wren Event 2 Men 4x800 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Kewaunee 'A' 9:08.17 1) Joski, James 2) Swagel, Mitchell 3) Rosinsky, Paul 4) Lamack, Jordan 2 Little Chute 'A' 9:15.59 1) Carroll, Hayden 2) Wydeven, Trevor 3) Fletcher, Dominic 4) Trzebiatowski, Ryan 3 Algoma 'A' 10:29.84 1) Kirchman, Alex 2) Kirchman, Cody 3) Kirchman, John 4) Kirchman, Zack Event 3 Women 100 Meter Hurdles =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Anderson, Cate Sturgeon Bay 16.63Q 2 2 Mosienska, Zuzanna Little Chute 16.93Q 1 3 Zukauskaite, Nida Sturgeon Bay 16.82q 2 4 Van Schyndel, Maya Little Chute 17.43q 1 5 Barnica, Jessica Kewaunee 18.06q 2 6 Reisen, McKailey Gibraltar 18.89q 1 7 Werkheiser, Danica Sevastopol 18.95q 1 8 McCosky, Isabella Algoma 19.24q 2 9 Barganz, Briana Sturgeon Bay 19.97 1 10 Vlies, Rhyah Kewaunee 20.02 2 11 Stuth, Zoey Algoma 20.91 1 12 Reif, Emily Algoma 22.41 2 13 Barnica, Anna Kewaunee 23.46 2 Event 3 Women 100 Meter Hurdles ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Anderson, Cate Sturgeon Bay 16.33 2 Zukauskaite, Nida Sturgeon Bay 16.76 3 Mosienska, Zuzanna Little Chute 16.85 4 Reisen, McKailey Gibraltar 17.18 5 Van Schyndel, Maya Little Chute 17.43 6 Barnica, Jessica Kewaunee 18.04 7 Werkheiser, Danica Sevastopol 18.96 8 McCosky, Isabella Algoma 19.06 Event 4 Men 110 Meter Hurdles =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Walker, Espen Sturgeon Bay 17.13Q 1 2 Langfeldt, Ozzie Sturgeon Bay 19.14Q 2 3 VandenHeuvel, Griffin Little Chute 18.62q 1 4 Moberg, Blake Little Chute 20.54q 1 5 Farah, Parker Green Bay NE 20.58q 1 6 Moen, Aiden Algoma 21.30q 2 7 Felhofer, Ryan Sturgeon Bay 21.66q 1 -- Keiler, Rory Little Chute X19.02 2 -- Pribek, Colton Kewaunee X22.07 2 Event 4 Men 110 Meter Hurdles ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 VandenHeuvel, Griffin Little Chute 17.43 2 Langfeldt, Ozzie Sturgeon Bay 19.14 3 Moen, Aiden Algoma 19.47 4 Felhofer, Ryan Sturgeon Bay 19.82 5 Moberg, Blake Little Chute 20.15 6 Walker, Espen Sturgeon Bay 20.41 Event 5 Men 100 Meter Dash Wheelchair ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Borths, Logan Algoma 20.06 Event 6 Women 100 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Hoffman, Sierra Little Chute 12.68Q 4 2 Tarkowski, Ella Sturgeon Bay 13.08Q 1 3 Sinclair, Ebony Green Bay NE 13.16Q 3 4 Pecout, Fany Kewaunee 13.18Q 2 5 Carlson, Cady Sturgeon Bay 13.56q 3 6 Duessler, Kylee Sevastopol 13.60q 1 7 Payne, Izzy Green Bay NE 13.75q 2 8 Hudson, Lily Kewaunee 14.04q 4 9 Adams-McIntosh, Kiera Green Bay NE 14.21 3 9 Bertges, Lauren Gibraltar 14.21 2 11 Wegand, Katelyn Little Chute 14.21 4 12 Gorham, Mikala Gibraltar 14.95 3 13 Gast, Addison Little Chute 15.10 1 14 Vandertie, Miryssa Kewaunee 15.41 3 15 Gallardo-Ibarra, Anna Sevastopol 16.07 4 16 Chomeau, Quincy Gibraltar 16.07 1 17 Borths, Madelyn Algoma 16.26 1 18 Hernandez, Jazmin Algoma 16.54 2 19 Neuzil, Hailee Algoma 18.88 2 -- Noskowiak, Sara Green Bay NE X15.03 4 -- Smith, Madisyn Little Chute X15.16 2 -- Bergin, Sydney Little Chute X15.18 1 -- Saliger, Joslyn Green Bay NE X15.75 4 -- Baierl, Leah Sturgeon Bay X16.47 1 -- Birkholz, Clara Gibraltar X16.62 3 -- Martin, Josie Gibraltar X17.78 4 -- Castillo, Ava Little Chute X18.55 3 -- Liu, Vicky Algoma X19.16 1 Event 6 Women 100 Meter Dash ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Hoffman, Sierra Little Chute 12.76 2 Pecout, Fany Kewaunee 12.93 3 Tarkowski, Ella Sturgeon Bay 13.14 4 Sinclair, Ebony Green Bay NE 13.35 5 Payne, Izzy Green Bay NE 13.60 6 Carlson, Cady Sturgeon Bay 13.63 7 Duessler, Kylee Sevastopol 13.74 8 Hudson, Lily Kewaunee 14.12 Event 7 Men 100 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Kerrigan, Carson Little Chute 11.75Q 4 2 Haese, Patrick Sturgeon Bay 11.83Q 2 3 Schlough, Nathan Kewaunee 11.85Q 3 4 Buckman, Brennan Algoma 12.34Q 1 5 Liebzeit, Bryce Green Bay NE 12.14q 4 6 Anderson, Kordell Sturgeon Bay 12.32q 2 7 Manson, Atlee Sevastopol 12.40q 4 8 Rericha, James Gibraltar 12.40q 1 9 Delattre, Thibaut Green Bay NE 12.45 3 10 Frank, Landon Sevastopol 12.50 4 11 Andreae, Alex Sevastopol 12.58 1 12 Neal, Sean Gibraltar 12.70 1 13 Vandenhouten, Brody Denmark 13.05 3 14 O'Hern, Hunter Algoma 13.15 2 15 Sauter, Charlie Gibraltar 14.81 4 16 Vera-Barron, Mark Algoma 14.89 2 17 Hermans, Peter Denmark 15.80 3 -- Morales-Hernandez, Jesse Kewaunee X12.33 2 -- Crabb, Coleton Little Chute X12.42 1 -- Lendved, Ethan Little Chute X12.43 3 -- Pachon, Samuel Green Bay NE X13.26 3 -- Pagels, Austin Sevastopol X14.10 1 -- Roman, Ben Sevastopol X14.47 1 -- Moschetta Assef, Enrico Gibraltar X15.49 3 -- Jauregui, Fernando Gibraltar X15.57 4 Event 7 Men 100 Meter Dash ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Kerrigan, Carson Little Chute 11.70 2 Schlough, Nathan Kewaunee 11.72 3 Haese, Patrick Sturgeon Bay 11.95 4 Buckman, Brennan Algoma 12.13 5 Manson, Atlee Sevastopol 12.20 6 Liebzeit, Bryce Green Bay NE 12.22 7 Anderson, Kordell Sturgeon Bay 12.40 -- Rericha, James Gibraltar DNF Event 8 Women 1600 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Miller, Sami Little Chute 5:36.76 2 Kurek, Julia Sturgeon Bay 5:38.68 3 Dramm, Bea Sevastopol 5:44.91 4 Michalski, Julia Sturgeon Bay 6:29.32 5 Quaderer, Claire Sturgeon Bay 6:54.58 Event 9 Men 1600 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Bakken, Will Little Chute 4:55.66 2 Joski, James Kewaunee 5:09.99 3 Wienke, Zone Sturgeon Bay 5:16.44 4 Rosinsky, Paul Kewaunee 5:19.99 5 Linnan, Ezra Sevastopol 5:24.78 6 Tomaszewski, Aaron Sevastopol 5:28.55 7 Rader, Chance Algoma 5:52.14 8 Draxler, Colton Denmark 5:58.03 9 Hansen, Bryce Sturgeon Bay 5:59.53 10 Liddicoat, Brock Denmark 6:41.19 11 Rider, Joshua Denmark 6:43.67 Event 10 Women 4x200 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Kewaunee 'A' 1:53.45 1) Dax, Rylee 2) Miller, Hannah 3) Witcpalek, Braelyn 4) Pecout, Fany 2 Little Chute 'A' 1:54.04 1) Mosienska, Zuzanna 2) Wegand, Katelyn 3) Harper, Addisen 4) Van Schyndel, Maya 3 Gibraltar 'A' 1:54.38 1) Reisen, McKailey 2) Bertges, Lauren 3) Jones, Bella 4) Nordahl, Aria 4 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 2:00.00 1) Andropolis, Tiviana 2) Bohn, Claire 3) Estes, Ava 4) Carlson, Cady 5 Algoma 'A' 2:13.67 1) Daul, Savanna 2) Meverden, Vivika 3) Reif, Emily 4) Strandell, Emma Event 11 Men 4x200 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Little Chute 'A' 1:36.41 1) Engle, Carter 2) Kerrigan, Carson 3) Bergin, Cody 4) Lendved, Ethan 2 Gibraltar 'A' 1:36.68 1) Moroney, Emmett 2) Lecy, Will 3) Voight, Garrett 4) Sitte, Braden 3 Kewaunee 'A' 1:37.39 1) Wisnicky, Jackson 2) Shaw, Teagan 3) Echos, DJ 4) Schlough, Nathan 4 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 1:39.96 1) Hasenjager, Chase 2) Anderson, Kordell 3) Haese, Patrick 4) Jandrin, Xavier 5 Algoma 'A' 1:48.44 1) Crewe, Braden 2) Kirchman, John 3) Moen, Aiden 4) O'Hern, Hunter Event 12 Men 400 Meter Dash Wheelchair ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Borths, Logan Algoma 1:14.83 Event 13 Women 400 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Tarkowski, Ella Sturgeon Bay 1:05.31 2 2 Fellner, Caitlyn Sevastopol 1:07.08 2 3 Gosa, Reagan Green Bay NE 1:09.53 2 4 Williams, Sataya Green Bay NE 1:12.77 2 5 Church, Krista Gibraltar 1:18.16 2 6 Fiscus, Victoria Sevastopol 1:18.66 2 7 Barnica, Anna Kewaunee 1:26.21 1 -- Vie, Laure Kewaunee X1:31.57 1 Event 14 Men 400 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Wendland, Zach Green Bay NE 53.67 2 2 Cullen, Christopher Kewaunee 54.96 2 3 Magnussen, Deyten Little Chute 56.15 2 4 Swagel, Mitchell Kewaunee 57.77 2 5 Dadam, Jairus Sevastopol 58.64 2 6 Vandenhouten, Brody Denmark 1:03.80 2 7 Wendland, Quincy Green Bay NE 1:05.23 2 -- Buckman, Brennan Algoma DNF 1 -- Verstegen, Tyler Little Chute X1:00.18 2 Event 15 Women 4x100 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Little Chute 'A' 52.46 1) Wegand, Katelyn 2) Hoffman, Sierra 3) Verstegen, Kara 4) Alcala, Verrah 2 Gibraltar 'A' 53.98 1) Nordahl, Aria 2) Bertges, Lauren 3) Reisen, McKailey 4) Jones, Bella 3 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 54.50 1) Andropolis, Tiviana 2) Carlson, Cady 3) Anderson, Cate 4) Tarkowski, Ella 4 Green Bay New Lutheran 'A' 54.74 1) Sinclair, Ebony 2) Adams-McIntosh, Kiera 3) Noskowiak, Sara 4) Payne, Izzy 5 Kewaunee 'A' 58.34 1) Stangel, Gabby 2) Morton, Lily 3) Vandertie, Miryssa 4) Vlies, Rhyah 6 Sevastopol 'A' 1:00.85 1) Werkheiser, Danica 2) Gallardo-Ibarra, Anna 3) Snyder, Lily 4) Rankin, Cassie 7 Algoma 'A' 1:09.85 1) Borths, Madelyn 2) Liu, Vicky 3) Neuzil, Hailee 4) Woelfel, Kayleigh Event 16 Men 4x100 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Little Chute 'A' 46.16 1) Engle, Carter 2) Thiel, Hunter 3) Bergin, Cody 4) Kerrigan, Carson 2 Gibraltar 'A' 47.51 1) Moroney, Emmett 2) Lecy, Will 3) Rericha, James 4) Sitte, Braden 3 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 48.28 1) Hasenjager, Chase 2) Anderson, Kordell 3) Haese, Patrick 4) Lautenbach, Craven 4 Kewaunee 'A' 48.62 1) Robinson, Kemper 2) Shaw, Teagan 3) Echos, DJ 4) Morales-Hernandez, Jesse 5 Green Bay New Lutheran 'A' 48.79 1) Rai, Kian 2) Rapetto, Andrea 3) Liebzeit, Bryce 4) Delattre, Thibaut 6 Algoma 'A' 50.58 1) Challis, Tyler 2) Crewe, Braden 3) Fay, Wyatt 4) Kirchman, Cody 7 Sevastopol 'A' 51.02 1) Andreae, Alex 2) Frank, Landon 3) Sawyer, Sam 4) Manson, Atlee Event 17 Women 300 Meter Hurdles =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Mosienska, Zuzanna Little Chute 50.98 2 2 Zukauskaite, Nida Sturgeon Bay 52.67 2 3 Barnica, Jessica Kewaunee 54.94 2 4 Van Schyndel, Maya Little Chute 55.87 2 5 Witcpalek, Braelyn Kewaunee 57.07 2 6 Hasenjager, Caitlyn Sevastopol 58.34 2 7 Barganz, Briana Sturgeon Bay 1:01.53 2 8 Reif, Emily Algoma 1:05.89 1 9 Savard, Elyse Gibraltar 1:08.12 1 10 Scherer, Ellie Gibraltar 1:09.34 1 Event 18 Men 300 Meter Hurdles ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Wendland, Zach Green Bay NE 42.88 2 Schlies, Isaac Kewaunee 42.91 3 Renner, Carlo Little Chute 44.07 4 VandenHeuvel, Griffin Little Chute 44.37 5 Wisnicky, Jackson Kewaunee 46.26 6 Moen, Aiden Algoma 50.44 Event 19 Men 800 Meter Run Wheelchair ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Borths, Logan Algoma 2:42.42 Event 20 Women 800 Meter Run =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Wilson, Ashley Little Chute 2:25.98 2 2 Miller, Hannah Kewaunee 2:27.65 2 3 Wegand, Lauren Little Chute 2:27.91 2 4 Dramm, Bea Sevastopol 2:38.74 2 5 Tomberlin, Jade Sturgeon Bay 2:44.09 2 6 Alexander, Chloe Gibraltar 2:46.77 2 7 Gosa, Reagan Green Bay NE 2:49.58 2 8 Michalski, Julia Sturgeon Bay 2:49.61 2 9 Wilke, Ruth Sevastopol 3:17.91 1 10 Daul, Savanna Algoma 3:25.41 1 Event 21 Men 800 Meter Run =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Huss, Riley Little Chute 2:00.40 2 2 Cullen, Christopher Kewaunee 2:07.20 2 3 Wydeven, Trevor Little Chute 2:14.77 2 4 Langfeldt, Ozzie Sturgeon Bay 2:18.51 1 5 Rosinsky, Paul Kewaunee 2:19.11 2 6 Voight, Garrett Gibraltar 2:19.77 1 7 Wienke, Zone Sturgeon Bay 2:20.47 2 8 Carroll, Hayden Little Chute 2:21.28 2 9 Paul, Brady Green Bay NE 2:22.70 2 10 Kirchman, Alex Algoma 2:25.28 2 11 Tomaszewski, Aaron Sevastopol 2:30.22 2 12 Johnson, Noah Sevastopol 2:31.95 2 13 Habermeyer, Dylan Green Bay NE 2:33.51 1 14 Hansen, Bryce Sturgeon Bay 2:37.45 1 -- Gauthier, Trevor Kewaunee X2:31.73 2 -- Dereszkiewicz, Aleksande Sevastopol X3:04.33 1 Event 22 Women 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Sinclair, Ebony Green Bay NE 27.23 4 2 Duessler, Kylee Sevastopol 28.04 4 3 Verstegen, Kara Little Chute 28.09 4 4 Andropolis, Tiviana Sturgeon Bay 28.32 4 5 Payne, Izzy Green Bay NE 28.38 4 6 Alcala, Verrah Little Chute 28.62 4 7 Harper, Addisen Little Chute 29.28 4 8 Fellner, Caitlyn Sevastopol 29.69 4 9 Hudson, Lily Kewaunee 29.74 3 10 Moorehead, Aleana Kewaunee 31.39 3 11 Bohn, Claire Sturgeon Bay 31.70 3 12 Gorham, Mikala Gibraltar 31.76 3 13 Estes, Ava Sturgeon Bay 32.01 3 14 Chomeau, Quincy Gibraltar 33.84 2 15 Savard, Elyse Gibraltar 34.15 1 16 Snyder, Lily Sevastopol 34.61 2 17 Borths, Madelyn Algoma 34.63 2 18 Hernandez, Jazmin Algoma 34.97 2 19 Liu, Vicky Algoma 42.65 1 -- Nackers, Skyler Little Chute X32.43 3 -- Schmidt, Jaden Green Bay NE X33.50 2 -- Birkholz, Clara Gibraltar X34.62 2 -- Woelfel, Kayleigh Algoma X35.27 2 -- Barnica, Anna Kewaunee X35.50 3 Event 23 Men 200 Meter Dash =================================================================== Name Year School Finals H# =================================================================== 1 Thiel, Hunter Little Chute 23.22 2 2 Schlough, Nathan Kewaunee 23.54 2 3 Lecy, Will Gibraltar 23.72 2 4 Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee 24.02 2 5 Hasenjager, Chase Sturgeon Bay 24.46 2 6 Rai, Kian Green Bay NE 24.61 2 7 Andreae, Alex Sevastopol 25.48 1 8 Neal, Sean Gibraltar 25.86 1 9 Frank, Landon Sevastopol 26.16 1 10 Buckman, Brennan Algoma 26.33 1 11 Goettelman, Jasper Sturgeon Bay 28.64 1 12 Vera-Barron, Mark Algoma 31.23 1 -- Dadam, Jairus Sevastopol X26.96 1 Event 24 Women 3200 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Kurek, Julia Sturgeon Bay 12:21.53 2 Dramm, Bea Sevastopol 12:35.89 3 Job, Madisen Little Chute 13:50.27 4 Lecy, Betsy Gibraltar 14:09.24 5 Meier, Katie Kewaunee 15:02.37 Event 25 Men 3200 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Fletcher, Dominic Little Chute 11:15.95 2 Trzebiatowski, Ryan Little Chute 11:16.41 3 Joski, James Kewaunee 11:16.43 4 Mittermann, Logan Gibraltar 11:52.92 5 Kirchman, Alex Algoma 11:54.82 6 Rader, Chance Algoma 13:27.60 -- Martin, Alex Kewaunee X12:03.36 Event 26 Women 4x400 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Little Chute 'A' 4:25.18 1) DeBoth, Campbell 2) Miller, Sami 3) Wegand, Lauren 4) Wilson, Ashley 2 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 4:37.53 1) Anderson, Cate 2) Tomberlin, Jade 3) Kurek, Julia 4) Zukauskaite, Nida 3 Kewaunee 'A' 4:43.06 1) Dax, Rylee 2) Hudson, Lily 3) Barnica, Jessica 4) Ihlenfeldt, Mia Event 27 Men 4x400 Meter Relay ================================================================ School Finals ================================================================ 1 Kewaunee 'A' 3:42.00 1) Cullen, Christopher 2) Schlies, Isaac 3) Swagel, Mitchell 4) Lamack, Jordan 2 Little Chute 'A' 3:43.12 1) Huss, Riley 2) Magnussen, Deyten 3) VandenHeuvel, Griffin 4) Wydeven, Trevor 3 Sturgeon Bay 'A' 4:16.09 1) Evers, Gannon 2) Langfeldt, Ozzie 3) Jandrin, Xavier 4) Wienke, Zone 4 Algoma 'A' 4:20.20 1) Challis, Tyler 2) Crewe, Braden 3) Fay, Wyatt 4) Kirchman, John Event 28 Women Long Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ Preliminaries 1 Sinclair, Ebony Green Bay NE 14-10.00q 2 Barnica, Jessica Kewaunee 14-09.00q 3 Verstegen, Kara Little Chute 14-08.00q 4 McCosky, Isabella Algoma 14-03.00q 5 Anderson, Cate Sturgeon Bay 14-02.00q 6 Jones, Bella Gibraltar 14-01.00q 7 Nordahl, Aria Gibraltar 13-10.00q 8 Hasenjager, Caitlyn Sevastopol 13-05.50q 9 Gorham, Mikala Gibraltar 12-09.25q 10 Gallardo-Ibarra, Anna Sevastopol 12-06.75 11 Estes, Ava Sturgeon Bay 11-10.00 12 Borths, Madelyn Algoma 9-10.75 13 Hernandez, Jazmin Algoma 9-03.50 -- Scherer, Ellie Gibraltar X13-06.00 -- Birkholz, Clara Gibraltar X10-01.00 -- Savard, Elyse Gibraltar X9-10.00 -- Neuzil, Hailee Algoma X6-11.00 Event 28 Women Long Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Sinclair, Ebony Green Bay NE 15-06.00 2 McCosky, Isabella Algoma 15-03.25 3 Barnica, Jessica Kewaunee 15-01.50 4 Verstegen, Kara Little Chute 15-00.00 5 Nordahl, Aria Gibraltar 14-10.00 6 Jones, Bella Gibraltar 14-05.00 7 Anderson, Cate Sturgeon Bay 14-02.00 8 Hasenjager, Caitlyn Sevastopol 13-05.50 9 Gorham, Mikala Gibraltar 12-09.25 Event 29 Men Long Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ Preliminaries 1 Thiel, Hunter Little Chute 20-04.00q 2 Wendland, Zach Green Bay NE 18-09.00q 3 Sitte, Braden Gibraltar 18-07.75q 4 Engle, Carter Little Chute 18-01.00q 5 Echos, DJ Kewaunee 18-00.75q 6 Kerrigan, Carson Little Chute 17-10.00q 7 Haese, Patrick Sturgeon Bay 17-05.00q 8 Schlies, Isaac Kewaunee 17-01.50q 9 Wienke, Zone Sturgeon Bay 17-00.00q 10 Manson, Atlee Sevastopol 16-11.50 11 Lecy, Will Gibraltar 16-02.00 12 Genske, Alexzander Sevastopol 15-07.00 13 O'Hern, Hunter Algoma 15-02.50 14 Frank, Landon Sevastopol 14-04.25 15 Vera-Barron, Mark Algoma 12-07.00 -- Goettelman, Jasper Sturgeon Bay X17-03.50 -- Chevalier, Seth Kewaunee X11-05.50 Event 29 Men Long Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Thiel, Hunter Little Chute 20-04.00 2 Wendland, Zach Green Bay NE 19-04.50 3 Engle, Carter Little Chute 18-11.00 4 Sitte, Braden Gibraltar 18-07.75 5 Haese, Patrick Sturgeon Bay 18-05.75 6 Echos, DJ Kewaunee 18-03.00 7 Kerrigan, Carson Little Chute 18-02.00 8 Schlies, Isaac Kewaunee 17-02.50 9 Wienke, Zone Sturgeon Bay 17-00.00 Event 30 Women Triple Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ Preliminaries 1 Miller, Hannah Kewaunee 33-06.00q 2 Verstegen, Kara Little Chute 28-06.00q 3 Ihlenfeldt, Mia Kewaunee 27-02.00q 4 Job, Madisen Little Chute 26-07.00q Event 30 Women Triple Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Miller, Hannah Kewaunee 33-06.00 2 Verstegen, Kara Little Chute 31-06.00 3 Ihlenfeldt, Mia Kewaunee 27-02.00 4 Job, Madisen Little Chute 26-07.00 Event 31 Men Triple Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Prelims ================================================================ Preliminaries 1 Thiel, Hunter Little Chute 42-10.00q 2 Engle, Carter Little Chute 40-00.00q 2 Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee 40-00.00q 4 Lautenbach, Craven Sturgeon Bay 38-07.00q 5 Lamack, Jordan Kewaunee 38-05.00q 6 Wisnicky, Jackson Kewaunee 37-08.00q 7 Goettelman, Jasper Sturgeon Bay 36-04.00q 7 Jakubek, Nolan Little Chute 36-04.00q 9 Jauregui, Mateo Gibraltar 35-03.00q 10 Genske, Alexzander Sevastopol 33-06.00 11 Johnson, Noah Sevastopol 31-04.00 12 Yunk, Isaac Algoma 31-01.00 Event 31 Men Triple Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Thiel, Hunter Little Chute J42-10.00 2 Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee J41-02.00 3 Engle, Carter Little Chute J40-00.00 4 Lautenbach, Craven Sturgeon Bay J38-07.00 5 Lamack, Jordan Kewaunee J38-05.00 6 Wisnicky, Jackson Kewaunee J37-08.00 7 Jakubek, Nolan Little Chute J36-04.00 8 Goettelman, Jasper Sturgeon Bay J36-04.00 9 Jauregui, Mateo Gibraltar J35-03.00 Event 32 Men Shot Put Wheelchair ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Borths, Logan Algoma 14-04.00 Event 33 Men Shot Put =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Kilgas, Wyatt Little Chute 48-06.50q 3 2 Echos, DJ Kewaunee 42-07.00q 3 3 Evers, Braden Sturgeon Bay 42-04.00q 3 4 Robinson, Kemper Kewaunee 41-01.50q 3 5 Butckovich, Owen Little Chute 40-07.00q 3 6 Evers, Gannon Sturgeon Bay 40-01.50q 3 7 Boeder, Mitchell Kewaunee 38-02.50q 3 8 Kirchman, Zack Algoma 37-06.00q 3 9 Younk, Cole Algoma 37-03.50q 3 10 Sawyer, Sam Sevastopol 36-01.00 2 11 Nichols, Logan Green Bay NE 35-05.00 3 12 Ritchie, Chris-Alan Algoma 34-10.50 3 13 Pagels, Austin Sevastopol 34-08.75 2 14 Thiel, James Little Chute 34-07.00 2 15 Laughlin, Seth Sturgeon Bay 34-06.50 2 16 Andreae, Alex Sevastopol 32-10.75 2 17 Sauter, Charlie Gibraltar 31-07.50 2 18 Nell, Luke Green Bay NE 29-07.00 1 19 Rozum, Alexander Denmark 29-02.50 1 20 Gbaja-Biamila, Jedi Green Bay NE 29-00.50 2 21 Whiffen, Dalton Denmark 28-07.00 1 22 Hermans, Peter Denmark 25-09.50 1 -- Preston, Kade Algoma X37-08.00 2 -- Paltzer, Brett Little Chute X32-04.50 2 -- Stancer, Elijah Little Chute X30-09.00 1 -- Roman, Ben Sevastopol X29-05.00 2 -- Merryfield, Regan Little Chute X28-07.50 1 -- Osmon, Korbin Green Bay NE X27-06.25 1 -- Garcia, Jose Kewaunee X25-04.50 1 -- Scriven, Kooper Denmark X24-08.50 1 -- Liddicoat, Brock Denmark X24-00.50 1 -- Jauregui, Fernando Gibraltar X23-00.00 1 -- Moschetta Assef, Enrico Gibraltar X20-02.25 1 Event 33 Men Shot Put ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Kilgas, Wyatt Little Chute 48-06.50 2 Evers, Braden Sturgeon Bay 44-03.50 3 Echos, DJ Kewaunee 42-07.00 4 Robinson, Kemper Kewaunee 41-01.50 5 Butckovich, Owen Little Chute 40-07.00 6 Evers, Gannon Sturgeon Bay 40-01.50 7 Boeder, Mitchell Kewaunee 38-02.50 8 Younk, Cole Algoma 37-11.00 9 Kirchman, Zack Algoma 37-08.00 Event 34 Women Shot Put =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Kirchman, Emily Algoma 34-06.75q 2 2 Gerdmann, Faith Algoma 34-05.50q 2 3 Wind, Madelyn Sturgeon Bay 33-02.00q 2 4 Cackowski, America Little Chute 32-05.00q 2 5 Fritsch, Emma Little Chute 31-07.00q 2 6 Robinson, Chyanne Kewaunee 29-04.50q 1 7 Haessler, Emilie Little Chute 29-03.75q 2 8 Adams-McIntosh, Kiera Green Bay NE 28-11.00q 2 9 Naze, Nikki Algoma 26-11.50q 1 10 Townsend, Kamira Kewaunee 26-11.25 1 11 Alexander, Chloe Gibraltar 26-00.50 2 12 Rankin, Cassie Sevastopol 25-06.50 1 13 Martin, Josie Gibraltar 24-08.50 1 14 Stangel, Clara Kewaunee 23-00.00 1 15 Lenius, Alexis Sturgeon Bay 22-11.50 1 16 Luett, Gabby Sturgeon Bay 22-09.75 1 -- Dorsey, Nadia Little Chute X31-11.25 2 -- Chanda, Trevina Sturgeon Bay X16-11.00 1 Event 34 Women Shot Put ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Kirchman, Emily Algoma 34-06.75 2 Gerdmann, Faith Algoma 34-05.50 3 Wind, Madelyn Sturgeon Bay 33-02.00 4 Cackowski, America Little Chute 32-05.00 5 Fritsch, Emma Little Chute 31-07.00 6 Robinson, Chyanne Kewaunee 29-04.50 7 Haessler, Emilie Little Chute 29-03.75 8 Adams-McIntosh, Kiera Green Bay NE 28-11.00 9 Naze, Nikki Algoma 26-11.50 Event 35 Women Discus Throw =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Fritsch, Emma Little Chute 106-06q 2 2 Pecout, Fany Kewaunee 95-03q 2 3 Cackowski, America Little Chute 94-08q 2 4 Kirchman, Emily Algoma 91-11q 2 5 Adams-McIntosh, Kiera Green Bay NE 90-07q 2 6 Wind, Madelyn Sturgeon Bay 84-05q 2 7 Naze, Nikki Algoma 81-01q 1 8 Dorsey, Nadia Little Chute 80-05q 2 9 Luett, Gabby Sturgeon Bay 78-00q 1 10 Martin, Josie Gibraltar 74-01 2 11 Rankin, Cassie Sevastopol 72-02 1 12 Alexander, Chloe Gibraltar 71-09 1 13 Vogeltanz, Emily Kewaunee 69-01 1 14 Gerdmann, Faith Algoma 66-06 2 15 Townsend, Kamira Kewaunee 64-00 1 16 Church, Krista Gibraltar 60-03 1 17 Lenius, Alexis Sturgeon Bay 60-01 1 18 Chomeau, Quincy Gibraltar 57-00 1 -- Maass, Mackenzie Little Chute X86-09 2 -- Thiel, Rayna Little Chute X86-02 2 -- Stangel, Clara Kewaunee X57-06 1 -- Chanda, Trevina Sturgeon Bay X26-08 1 Event 35 Women Discus Throw ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Fritsch, Emma Little Chute 106-06 2 Pecout, Fany Kewaunee 98-02 3 Cackowski, America Little Chute 94-08 4 Kirchman, Emily Algoma 91-11 5 Adams-McIntosh, Kiera Green Bay NE 90-07 6 Wind, Madelyn Sturgeon Bay 84-05 7 Naze, Nikki Algoma 81-01 8 Dorsey, Nadia Little Chute 80-05 9 Luett, Gabby Sturgeon Bay 78-00 Event 36 Men Discus Throw =================================================================== Name Year School Prelims H# =================================================================== Preliminaries 1 Robinson, Kemper Kewaunee 146-07q 2 2 Kilgas, Wyatt Little Chute 129-10q 2 3 Boeder, Mitchell Kewaunee 125-09q 2 4 Evers, Gannon Sturgeon Bay 121-09q 2 5 Wisnicky, Jackson Kewaunee 117-09q 2 6 Evers, Braden Sturgeon Bay 111-07q 2 7 Nichols, Logan Green Bay NE 101-03q 2 8 Ritchie, Chris-Alan Algoma 98-01q 2 9 Gbaja-Biamila, Jedi Green Bay NE 97-06q 1 10 Maronek, Caden Little Chute 97-02 2 11 Younk, Cole Algoma 83-09 2 12 Sawyer, Sam Sevastopol 83-00 1 13 Roman, Ben Sevastopol 80-05 2 14 Butckovich, Owen Little Chute 79-02 2 15 Laughlin, Seth Sturgeon Bay 78-04 1 16 Rozum, Alexander Denmark 75-05 1 17 Sauter, Charlie Gibraltar 75-01 1 18 Hermans, Peter Denmark 71-00 1 19 Nell, Luke Green Bay NE 70-00 1 20 Nelson, Isaac Gibraltar 68-07 1 21 Jauregui, Fernando Gibraltar 65-09 1 22 Whiffen, Dalton Denmark 63-05 1 -- Feld, Colton Algoma X97-05 2 -- Hecking, Flo Green Bay NE X84-02 1 -- Tisdale, Evan Green Bay NE X54-04 1 -- Scriven, Kooper Denmark X53-09 1 -- Heidel, Isaac Kewaunee X37-11 1 Event 36 Men Discus Throw ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ Finals 1 Robinson, Kemper Kewaunee 146-07 2 Kilgas, Wyatt Little Chute 129-10 3 Boeder, Mitchell Kewaunee 125-09 4 Evers, Gannon Sturgeon Bay 121-09 5 Wisnicky, Jackson Kewaunee 117-09 6 Evers, Braden Sturgeon Bay 114-05 7 Nichols, Logan Green Bay NE 101-03 8 Ritchie, Chris-Alan Algoma 98-01 9 Gbaja-Biamila, Jedi Green Bay NE 97-06 Event 37 Women Pole Vault ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Wilke, Andrea Sturgeon Bay J9-00.00 2 Alcala, Verrah Little Chute J8-06.00 3 Strandell, Emma Algoma J6-06.00 4 Dorner, Lauren Kewaunee J6-00.00 4 Kunesh, Wren Kewaunee J6-00.00 6 Wilke, Ruth Sevastopol J6-00.00 -- Cristan, Valentina Little Chute X5-00.00 Event 38 Men Pole Vault ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Swagel, Mitchell Kewaunee J11-06.00 2 Jandrin, Xavier Sturgeon Bay J11-06.00 3 Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee J11-00.00 4 Miller, Austin Algoma J10-06.00 5 Linnan, Ezra Sevastopol J10-06.00 6 Dadam, Jairus Sevastopol J8-06.00 7 Fay, Wyatt Algoma J8-00.00 8 Rader, Chance Algoma J7-00.00 -- Buckman, Brennan Algoma X9-00.00 -- Czarnecki, Jackson Little Chute X8-00.00 -- Challis, Tyler Algoma X7-06.00 Event 39 Women High Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Reisen, McKailey Gibraltar J4-10.00 2 Tomberlin, Jade Sturgeon Bay J4-10.00 3 Werkheiser, Danica Sevastopol J4-08.00 4 Zukauskaite, Nida Sturgeon Bay J4-08.00 5 Mosienska, Zuzanna Little Chute J4-04.00 6 VanRossum, Ada Little Chute J4-04.00 7 Scherer, Ellie Gibraltar J4-02.00 7 Stangel, Gabby Kewaunee J4-02.00 9 Gallardo-Ibarra, Anna Sevastopol J4-00.00 9 Morton, Lily Kewaunee J4-00.00 Event 40 Men High Jump ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Wendland, Zach Green Bay NE J6-00.00 2 Walker, Espen Sturgeon Bay J6-00.00 3 Sitte, Braden Gibraltar J5-10.00 3 Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee J5-10.00 5 Effa, Cooper Little Chute J5-08.00 6 VanRossum, Calvin Little Chute J5-06.00 7 Hasenjager, Chase Sturgeon Bay J5-06.00 8 Wendland, Quincy Green Bay NE J5-04.00 9 Moberg, Blake Little Chute J5-02.00


(photo courtesy of Troy Hasenjager)

Baseball Recap: Kewaunee and Southern Door sweep doubleheaders, showdown looms

The baseball diamonds were busy with doubleheaders in the area with the seasonal weather returning on Tuesday afternoon.  The two top teams in the Packerland Conference took care of business with a pair of sweeps. 


In Brussels, the Southern Door Eagles continued their winning ways with a doubleheader sweep of the Oconto Blue Devils 13-3 and 4-3.


The Kewaunee Storm took a twin bill from the Gibraltar/Washington Island Vikings with a 10-1 win and 9-1 victory.  

Softball Roundup: Algoma and Kewaunee sweep, L-C wins, Sturgeon Bay falls

The local softball fields were busy Tuesday as local high school teams were able to get in their games on the diamond.


In Packerland Conference play, the Sturgeon Bay Clipper softball lost to Peshtigo with a 10-0 and 13-0 doubleheader defeat.


The Algoma Wolves swept the NEW Lutheran Blazers 6-0 and 13-2 in a twin bill,


In Fish Creek, the Kewaunee Storm crushed Gibraltar/Washington Island 22-1 and 16-0 in a doubleheader.


In NEC play, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans blew out Clintonville Truckers 18-1

Luxemburg-Casco takes to pitch against Little Chute

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team will try to extend its point streak to three when it travels to Little Chute to take on the Mustangs.


The Spartans are 1-0-1 in their last two matches since snapping a three-game losing streak. Emi Kuhn and Haley Paye each scored while Tabi Lemens posted a clean sheet with 15 saves.


A 6-0 win over Clintonville is the lone victory on the season for the Mustangs. They have scored just one other goal the rest of the season while giving up at least six goals in all six of their losses. The Mustangs lost to Sturgeon Bay 8-0 their last time out.


Kickoff is set for 6 p.m.

Track and Field sees two meets run Tuesday

After a rainy week last week, the Track and Field circuit will look to open up the week successfully with two meets involving local teams. 


Beginning in Algoma, the Wolves are set to host many different Packerland schools, plus others on top of that. The teams that are set to run in Algoma are Denmark, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Little Chute, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, NEWCHAA (Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton), Sevastopol, and Sturgeon Bay.


Luxemburg-Casco is set to head to West De Pere to compete, as they look to continue the strong season they have had so far. Teams competing at West De Pere are Bay Port, De Pere, Freedom, Hortonville, Luxemburg-Casco, and West De Pere. 


The meet in Algoma is set for 3:00 p.m. and in West De Pere the events will start at 4:00 p.m. 

Softball round-up: Clippers win on 105.1 The GOAT, Southern Door hosts on U 102.1

The weather is allowing for plenty of softball action for the first time in over a week.


On 105.1 The GOAT, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers softball team used patience to build up their lead and take their Packerland Conference matchup against Gibraltar 10-0 in five innings.


The Sevastopol Pioneers softball team dismantled NEW Lutheran in a doubleheader sweep, thwarting Mother Nature's attempt to do the same to them, winning the games 11-0 in five innings and 15-0 in four innings.


Algoma played Oconto in a doubleheader, but one game was reported, a 14-2 victory. 


Tuesday's action includes the Southern Door Eagles will once again be looking to keep their Packerland Conference record perfect when they welcome in Oconto on Tuesday night for a doubleheader.  Gary Barta and Reece Robillard will be on the call on U-102.1 and NEWRadioSportsNetwork beginning at 3:30 and first pitch at 3:45. 


Sturgeon Bay will travel to Peshtigo (4:30 p.m.), Algoma will host NEW Lutheran (4:30 p.m.), and Kewaunee will travel to Gibraltar (4 p.m.).

Meets at Little River and Clover Greens sets Tuesday golf slate

The L-C golf team and Packerland Conference golf teams will be in action on Tuesday to commence a busy week of golf around the area. 


In Peshtigo at Little River Golf Course, the Packerland teams will look to make up the meet that was scheduled for April 20th, but was postponed due to the weather. Teams that will be participating at that meet include Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay. 


For the Luxemburg-Casco golf team, they will tee it up at Clover Greens Golf Course. The Spartans will compete against the likes of Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown.


Tee time at Clover Greens is set for 10:00 a.m. and at Little River it is set for 4:00 p.m. 

Clippers soccer hopes to hound Foxes

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team will take to Clark Field on Monday night to battle NEC opponent Fox Valley Lutheran.


The Clippers stretched their point streak to five with its 0-0 draw against Green Bay East Friday at City Stadium in Green Bay. They are 3-0-2 during that span with a +13 goal differential.


The Foxes have been two different squads depending on whether they are playing an NEC opponent or not. Within the NEC, they are 4-0-1 with a +25 goal differential. Take the Foxes out of the NEC, they are 0-5 with a -21 goal differential.


The opening kick is set for 5 p.m.

Baseball preview: Monday slate left largely unchanged

While the softball slate saw some wholesale changes because of the weather, the same cannot be said about the baseball schedule.


Gibraltar will stay at home to battle Hilbert at 4:30 p.m.


Algoma will move its doubleheader against NEW Lutheran back a day from Tuesday and greet the Blazers at Perry Park beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Sturgeon Bay saw its non-conference game against Green Bay East/West get canceled.

Softball round-up: Sturgeon Bay hosts Gibraltar on 105.1 The GOAT

Last week's weather caused havoc on the Packerland Conference softball slate, causing matchups to change up over the weekend.


On 105.1 The GOAT, Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar will duke it out for their first conference win of the season in Sturgeon Bay. Tim Kowols will have the call from PBI Field beginning at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. 


Algoma is scheduled to host Oconto for a doubleheader beginning at 3:30 p.m.


Sevastopol will make its way to Green Bay for a doubleheader at 4 p.m. against NEW Lutheran.


The games come before the WIAA selects the brackets for the state tournament on May 10th, just over a week before the first games on May 18th.

Adames helps Brewers snap six game skid

Wily Adames helped the Milwaukee Brewers avoid a weeklong losing streak as they beat the San Francisco Giants 7-3.


William Contreras opened the scoring with a two-run homer in the second inning, only to have it rendered moot in the bottom half of the frame. The Adames show began there as he opened the scoring in the third inning with an RBI sacrifice fly and added to the lead with a two-run home run. Adames would follow up Christian Yelich's RBI single in the ninth with one of his own to cap off the scoring. 


Joel Payamps earned the win after Adrian Houser failed to go the minimum with the game tied.


The Brewers return home to American Family Field to play the Los Angeles Dodgers beginning on Monday at 6:40 p.m.

Sevastopol's Neri wins Door County Half Marathon

In a race that is routinely dominated by people from well outside of the region, the Door County Half Marathon kept things in house for this year's champion.


Sevastopol's Eduardo Neri took an early lead and never let go as he captured first place with a time of 1:14:23. That was close to 80 seconds faster than Madison's Rodee Schneider, who is a four-time winner in his own right. Schneider did win the Masters division (40+ years old) with a time of 1:15:41. Glendale's Zachary Jindra, Chicago's Shane Reilly, and Chicago's Tim Brinkmann rounded off the top 5 for the men.


Sherwood's Kaitlin Kowalke shattered a previous Door County Half Marathon record with a time of 1:18:18. She beat the previous record holder by over three minutes and 45 seconds. Appleton's Relena Ribbons, Green Bay's Maggie Priebe, Germantown's Khia Kurtenbach, and Minneapolis' Katie Peterson rounded out the top five for the women. Green Bay's Katie Barrera won the Masters division with a time of 1:33:32.


You can find the complete results by clicking on this link. 

Clippers baseball split lopsided games in Manawa

It was a tale of two games on the day for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers as they beat Manawa 16-6 and lost to Chilton 16-0 in consecutive games on Saturday.


In game one, the Clippers scored in every inning, including a five-run tone-setter in the second inning and another four-run outburst in the fifth. In his first athletic competition since suffering a leg injury during a football game against Kewaunee, Danny Lodl went 3-4 with three RBI while Emmett Braschnewitz, Brody Kollath, and Curt Meyer all cashed in with two RBI. Caden LeMieux earned the victory, allowing five runs (two earned) on four hits and striking out one.


Game two went poorly for the Clippers as they were sunk after an 11-run opening frame by Chilton. Lodl and Bryce Plzak each failed to go at least one inning while giving up a combined 11 runs (6 ER, all on Lodl). Plzak and LeMeiux provided the only offense of the game for the Clippers with one hit apiece. Chilton had four players collect at least two RBI, led by Kyle Davidson's four.

Packers wrap up rookie mini-camp

The Green Bay Packers received their first taste of their new additions this weekend.


The Packer's 13 draft picks and 14 other try-out signees were among those filling the Don Hutson Center to get acclimated to not just the organization but to professional football as a whole.


Packers coaches will have plenty of other looks at their team as well as the rookies will now wait until the end of the month to see how they mesh with the team's veterans. The schedule is as follows:


Organized Team Activities: May 22-23, 25; May 30-31 and June 2; and June 5-6, 8.

Mandatory Mini-Camp: June 13th-15th

Training Camp: End of July

Luxemburg-Casco sweeps Oconto Falls on 104.1 WRLU

Despite delaying the games two hours due to weather conditions on Saturday morning, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans managed to sweep an important doubleheader, 5-2 and 5-0, at home against the Oconto Falls Panthers.  Winning 5-2 in the opener, the Spartans were carried by a strong pitching performance by Ryan Routhieaux and some timely hitting.   

The Spartans took a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning of the first game after Panther starting pitcher Jack Adler set L-C down in order the first three innings.  In the fifth inning, the Spartans exploded for four runs with two clutch two-out, two-run RBI doubles by Routhieaux and Garrett Simonar.  Routhieaux gave up a pair of unearned runs in the top sixth, but L-C prevailed 5-2 in the opener.

In the nightcap, Braeden Schley pitched a masterpiece three-hit complete game shutout.  The Spartans scored two runs in the third and fifth inning to take control of the game.  Cole Jacquet had two RBIs with a successful suicide-squeeze bunt and a double to lead the Spartan attack.

Luxemburg-Casco (6-6, 7-9 overall) will take on the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes in Appleton on Monday after playing five games in the last four days.    


(photo by Ron LeCloux)


Spartans softball whips Foxes

Luxemburg-Casco collected 15 hits on the way to defeating Fox Valley Lutheran 17-6 in the first game of their double-header on Friday.


Luxemburg-Casco Varsity Spartans got things started in the first inning by scoring three runs. The scoring continued in the second inning when Kylie Hanson hit a three run shot over the left field fence. Jillian Jorgensen, Grace Kahr, Payton Kaminski and Kylie Hanson all had hits in the third to add four more runs. The Spartans scored two runs in the fifth and five in the sixth and final inning with Rylan Kaminski and Jillian Jorgensen each knocking in two runs.


Brooklyn Blob took the loss for the Fox Valley Lutheran Varsity Foxes. Blob surrendered ten runs on nine hits over three innings while striking out two.


Macy Jean Cain and Avery Steffes each had multiple hits for Fox Valley.  Cain led the Foxes with three hits in four at bats.


Savannah Jandrin started the game for the Spartans. The righty allowed three hits and one run over two innings, walking one. Kate VanEss also threw two innings, allowing no hits and striking out four.


Leading Hitters for Luxemburg-Casco:

Kylie Hanson 3 for 4, Homerun, 4 RBI 

Jillian Jorgensen 2 for 3, 2B, 2 RBI

Grace Kahr 2 for 3, RBI

Payton Kaminski 2 for 3

Anna Vandermause 2 for 3



In game two Luxemburg-Casco took care of business in three innings. Defeating the Foxes 15-0.


The Spartans jumped out to the early lead scoring seven runs in the first inning on hits by Grace Kahr, Kylie Hanson, Kate Van Ess and Maggie Hanmann. The second inning went in a similar fashion with L-C adding five additional on hits by Hanson, Josie Dorner and Jillian Jorgensen. The Spartans then ended the game in the bottom of the third scoring their final two runs on hits by Dorner, Rylan Kaminski, Kate Van Ess and Hanmann.


Savannah Jandrain earned the win allowing just one hit and striking out three in two innings.  Kate Van Ess threw one inning striking out two.


The Spartans improve to 15-1 on the season.

Spartan baseball host Oconto Falls at 1pm in doubleheader on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will face off with the Oconto Falls Panthers in a baseball doubleheader at 1 pm Saturday.  


The Spartans (4-6, 5-9 overall) this week split a doubleheader against the Wrightstown Tigers in the NEC on Wednesday, a 4-1 loss and a 6-0 shutout, while losing a 9-8 non-conference contest to Shawano on Thursday.


Oconto Falls is looking to pick up their first win of the season, being 0-8 in the NEC coming into Friday’s game against Fox Valley Lutheran.


The pregame for the first game on 104.1 WRLU begins at 12:45 pm with the first pitch scheduled for 1:00 p.m.  The game will also be streamed on New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.   


All of the scheduled Packerland baseball and softball games were postponed on Friday due to weather.

Around the Track: Kewaunee boys win Peshtigo Invite, full night scheduled

The Kewaunee boys track team continued their dominant spring on Thursday, this time winning the Peshtigo Invitational.


The boys won the meet with 187 points, 72 points more than second-place Marinette and 87 more points than the host Bulldogs. Maddix Mueller (triple jump), Jordan Lamack (high jump), two relays, and Isaac Schlies (300m hurdles) won their events while there were 19 other top-five performances. The girls were strong as well, taking second place as they came 23 points from toppling their hosts as well. Hannah Miller (triple jump, long jump, 800m) and Fany Pecout (100m) took home wins while the teams posted 12 other top-five performances.


The Storm will get back out to the track on Friday when they run against Luxemburg-Casco, Little Chute, Manitowoc Lincoln, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, Oconto Falls, Two Rivers, Valders, Wrightstown at the Two Rivers Invitational with the first events starting at 4 p.m.


Gibraltar heads to Hilbert for an invitational featuring Chilton, Kaukauna, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Ozaukee, Roncalli, Sheboygan North, St. Mary Catholic, and Suring. First events begin at 4 p.m.


Southern Door will also head south for their track meet as they visit Sheboygan Falls. The first events featuring Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Kohler, New Holstein, Oostburg, Plymouth, Random Lake, Sheboygan North, and Kewaskum begin at 4 p.m.


Photo by Kewaunee Track and Field

Softball round-up: L-C wins Thursday, Packerland in play Friday

The area's Packerland Conference teams hope they can have similar luck to Luxemburg-Casco when they play on the softball diamond on Friday.


Luxemburg-Casco put up ten runs in the sixth on its way to a 13-2 victory over the Denmark Vikings on Thursday.  Luxemburg-Casco’s offense in the inning was led by Josie Dorner, Kate Van Ess, Erin Cherovsky, Grace Kahr, Payton Kaminski, and  Kylie Hanson who all drove in runs. They will play a pair of games at Fox Valley Lutheran beginning at 4 p.m. in Appleton.


Gibraltar dropped its game against Crivitz 11-1.


Packerland games scheduled for Friday include Algoma at Oconto (3:30 p.m.), Sturgeon Bay playing at home against Gibraltar (4:30 p.m.), Southern Door playing at Kewaunee (4 p.m.), and Sevastopol battling at NEW Lutheran (4 p.m.). 

Baseball round-up: Sturgeon Bay hosts Gibraltar on 105.1 The GOAT

If area baseball diamonds can dodge Friday's raindrops, there will be local high school action in Door County.


Both Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay will be happy to just get games in Friday as they battle each other at Memorial Field in a doubleheader.  Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call for game one of the doubleheader on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 4:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m.


Other games scheduled for Friday include Southern Door traveling to Kewaunee (4 p.m.), Sevastopol traveling to NEW Lutheran (4 p.m.), and Algoma making the trip to Oconto (3:30 p.m.) 


Thursday's action saw Luxemburg-Casco's ninth-inning rally fall short against Shawano in a 9-8 defeat. The Spartans are off until they play a pair of games on Saturday against Oconto Falls that will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network. 

Soccer round-up: Sturgeon Bay tops NEW Lutheran

Both Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay were able to pick up at least a point on Thursday in their respective games.


The Clippers peppered NEW Lutheran's Cassidy Gallagher with nine shots on goal in its 3-1 victory. They head south to face Green Bay East at City Stadium for a 6:30 p.m. first kick.


The Spartans picked up a rare point against Wrightstown in a 1-1 draw. They will play a second consecutive night game at 6:30 p.m. on Friday against Ashwaubenon.


Sevastopol/Gibraltar had their match against Kewaunee canceled, but they will play at Green Bay West Friday for a 5 p.m. opening touch.

Sturgeon Bay captures golf tour stop at Peninsula

The Sturgeon Bay golf team broke 200 strokes again on Thursday at Peninsula State Park Golf Course in Ephraim, winning Packerland Conference Tour Stop #5.


The Clippers won the meet with a score of 186, 17 strokes better than second-place Southern Door and 28 strokes better than third-place Sevastopol. 


Peshtigo's Grant Bauman posted the best score of the day with a 39 while Sturgeon Bay's Isaak Aune (43) and Tre Weinke (44), Sevastopol's Frankie DeYoung (45), and Southern Door's Finley LaVine all shot a 45 or better.


Click here to see the full score sheet


Team Scores

Sturgeon Bay 186

Southern Door 203

Sevastopol 214

Kewaunee 222

Oconto 223

Gibraltar 228

Peshtigo 236


Bucks Fire Budenholzer

After losing to the #8-seeded Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks have fired head coach Mike Budenholzer.  According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Bucks fired Budenholzer after five seasons and leading the Bucks to the 2021 NBA championship.


Budenholzer’s job security came into question after the Bucks lost game five to the Heat 128-126 in overtime, losing the series four games to one as the #1 overall seed in the NBA Eastern Conference. 


The overall regular season record of 271-120 during Budenholzer’s time with the Bucks is the best winning percentage of a coach in the 54-year history of the franchise.   

Softball round-up: L-C beats Marinette

A rare Wednesday game locally was the appetizer for a Thursday slate featuring one other local team.


It took three attempts, but the Luxemburg-Casco softball team finally had their day against Marinette, shutting them out 5-0. The Spartans will return to action on Thursday when they travel to Denmark. First pitch is set for 4:30 p.m.


In other Thursday softball action, Gibraltar will host Crivitz for a single game beginning at 4:30 p.m.  


Spartans baseball split pair with Tigers, play at Denmark Thursday

A home doubleheader was a bag of mixed results for the Luxemburg-Casco baseball team, losing the first game 4-1 before capturing the second game 6-0.


In game one, the Tigers opened the game with a run scored in the first inning before tacking on three more in the fourth inning. The Spartans could only take a single bite out of the deficit when Brady Massey scored on a wild pitch. Ryan Routhieaux took the loss for the Spartans, who allowed all four runs on four hits across five innings while striking out four.


In game two, the Spartans scored two runs on an error and an RBI double by Jauquet in the third inning and tacked on another in the following inning on a sacrifice bunt by Braeden Schley. They would double the Tigers in the final two innings on an RBI single by Routhieaux in the sixth inning and a pair of RBI groundouts in the seventh inning.


The Spartans will travel to a park in Pulaski to battle Shawano Thursday at 5 p.m. Scoring has not been a problem for Shawano as they have gotten out to a 6-3 start. They have scored at least seven runs in four of the games, including a 14-13 win over Seymour in their last game. 


Picture by Jenny Salentine

Golfers head north to Peninsula Golf Course Thursday

After getting their make-up round in at The Woods on Tuesday, Packerland Conference golfers will travel north to take on Peninsula Golf Course Thursday. 


Finley Lavine shot the low round of the day at 38 through nine holes at The Woods, winning by one stroke over Finn Salm of Gibraltar (39), and two strokes over last years Packerland Conference Golfer of the Year, Grant Bauman (40). 


The golfers will now take on Peninsula State Park Golf Course, with Gibraltar as the host school. The course features the iconic 8th hole, which is a 69 yard par three, which sits on top of a small cliff, and the golfers need to hit the green below. Joining Gibraltar at the meet will be Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay.


The tee time for the golfers is set for 4:00 p.m. 

Track and Field slate set for two meets

After a whole week of cancellations and postponements, Track and Field will look to get the area sports action for Thursday underway. 


In Seymour, the Thunder will host two different Packerland teams in Sevastopol and Algoma. The two teams have had a mixed bag of results as a team, but have had some strong individual performances overall throughout the season. Algoma and Sevastopol will be joined by Appleton North, Ashwaubenon, Bonduel, Clintonville, Denmark, Green Bay East, Hortonville, Kiel, Menasha, Oshkosh North, and Pulaski. 


In another meet at Peshtigo, only one local team in the area are set to be at the meet hosted by the Bulldogs, with the school being Kewaunee. The Storm have had a very successful season so far, and may be on their way to another strong Packerland Conference Championship performance like last season. Joining the Storm will be Coleman, Crivitz, Gillett, Laona-Wabeno, Lena, Marinette, Menominee (MI), Menomonee Indian, Oconto, and Oconto Falls. 


Both meets are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. 

Packerland Conference Golf Stop 4 results, Gibraltar and Southern Door tie

Despite less-than-ideal weather conditions Tuesday, local golf teams were able to compete on the links.  The Gibraltar Vikings and the Southern Door Eagles tied in taking team honors at the Woods Golf Course in Green Bay for the Packerland Conference Stop 4.


Gibraltar had a team-best ball score of 37 and was led by Finn Salm who shot a 39.  Southern Door tied Gibraltar with a 37 and was led by Finley Lavine’s 38. 


Peshtigo took third overall with a 40 and Sturgeon Bay placed fourth with a team-best score of 41.


The complete results are posted here with this link. 


Weather wrecks havoc on high school sports schedule Tuesday on the fields

Extremely windy and cold conditions, along with wet fields, postponed many area high school games on Tuesday.  A few games and matches were able to play with these reported results. 


Kewaunee swept a doubleheader in baseball 14-0 and 13-3.

Sturgeon Bay Clippers shutout Little Chute in non-conference action 8-0 final  in girls' soccer

In Packerland Conference action, Peshtigo defeated Sevastopol 2-1 in girls' soccer 


Girls Softball saw Southern Door 13-2 over Sturgeon Bay in three innings

Love gets one-year extension from Packers, avoiding option

The Green Bay Packers appear to have committed to Jordan Love for the next two seasons, as sources say the two sides agreed to a one year contract extension, avoiding the fifth year option on Love’s contract. 


Love and the Packers agreed to the one year deal worth 22.5 million dollars, with 13.5 million fully guaranteed. The deal was strong for both sides, as Love gets the money close to his fifth year option, and Green Bay gets some protection as they have to guarantee nearly seven million dollars less than what the option was calling for. 


Love will be the Packers starting quarterback in 2023, and the contract runs through the 2024 season, almost confirming the Packers will give the former Utah State quarterback time to prove himself. He impressed in relief of an injured Aaron Rodgers in the Week 12 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, throwing for 113 yards and a touchdown. 


The Packers will start their OTAs on May 22nd. 

Packers sign rookie free agents

Despite adding 13 players to its 90-man roster through the NFL Draft over the weekend, the Green Bay Packers continued to scour for players on Monday. 


The organization announced the signing of the following players: 

Jason Lewan, DL, Illinois State

Cameron McDonald, TE, Florida State

Malik Heath, WR, Mississippi

Kadeem Telfort, T, Alabama-Birmingham

Benny Sapp, CB, Northern Iowa

Christian Morgan, S, Baylor

Jimmy Phillips Jr., LB, SMU

Deuce Watts, WR, Tulane

Henry Pearson, TE, Appalachian State



Softball preview: Four selected for WFSCA All-Star Game

The Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association (WFSCA) has released their 2023 rosters for the Senior All-Star Game being played this summer. 


Four total players from around the area were nominated between two different division groups, with Division 2/3 and Division 4/5 being represented from our area. The players who were nominated to play in the Senior All-Star Game are: 


Division 2/3 Red Team: 

Kylie Hanson - Luxemburg-Casco 


Division 2/3 Blue Team: 

Chloe Lustila - Southern Door 


Division 4/5 Green Team: 

Amelia Robinson - Algoma 

Bailey Rikkola - Sevastopol 


All of the girls selected for the game have led their teams to strong starts to their season, as Luxemburg-Casco is 11-1 and second in the NEC, Southern Door is 7-4 and fifth in the Packerland, Algoma is 6-4 and sixth in the Packerland, and lastly Sevastopol is 11-4 and second in the Packerland. 


The WFSCA All-Star Game is slated for Tuesday, June 13th, at Woodside Sports Complex in Wisconsin Dells. 


There are plenty of games to play before then, even on a chilly Tuesday. Games on the schedule weather permitting include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Southern Door, Gibraltar hosting Peshtigo, Sevastopol welcoming Oconto, and Luxemburg-Casco heading to Marinette. Gibraltar will begin its games at 4:00 p.m., all other games are scheduled for 4:30 p.m. first pitches. All of the Packerland Conference matchups are doubleheaders.

Baseball Preview: NEW Radio Sports Network to feature two doubleheaders

Mother Nature may have a say on whether or not games are played, but the NEW Radio Sports Network will be at the ballpark if she does.


On 105.1 The GOAT, the Gibraltar Vikings baseball team looks to stop its longest losing streak of the season on Tuesday when they welcome Peshtigo to Fish Creek. The doubleheader is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. with Tim Kowols and 105.1 The GOAT beginning its coverage at 3:45 p.m. with the pregame show.


On U 102.1, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team, who has won four straight games coming into Tuesday, will take on their rival the Southern Door Eagles in a doubleheader.  Gary Barta and Reece Robillard will be on the call from Memorial Field on U-102.1 and The pregame show is slated for 4:15 with first pitch at 4:30 between the Clippers and Eagles. 


The Algoma Wolves baseball team will take on the Kewaunee Storm in a doubleheader in this year's baseball edition of the “War on the Shore.” 


After having game one postponed due to weather, the Luxemburg-Casco baseball team hopes to snap a three-game losing streak on when they host Wrightstown for a doubleheader.


The Sevastopol Pioneers will stay at home on Tuesday in hopes of capturing their first win of the season against Oconto.

Luxemburg-Casco track heads to Freedom

Luxemburg-Casco will take on a large portion of the North Eastern Conference when they head to Freedom for their track meet on Tuesday.


The Spartans will take on  Clintonville Truckers, Denmark, Freedom, Marinette, and Shiocton as a part of their fourth and final pentangular of the season. The Spartans are riding the high from their home invitational last week where both teams took home titles. The girls won the meet by a comfortable 22-point margin over second-place Two Rivers with 182 points. Event winners included McKenna Rank (400m), Alexis Vogt (100m hurdles), Grace Seering (triple jump), and the 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams. The team posted 12 additional top-three performances. The boys tied for first place with Two Rivers with identical 161-point scores. Event winners included Spencer Thiry (800m), George Herlache (pole vault), and Trevor Beaupre (triple jump). The team also posted 12 other top-three performances.


The first events are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. in Freedom.


In other track-related news, Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay saw their meet at Oconto get canceled.

Local golf teams set for busy Tuesday

The Woods Golf Course hopes the second time is the charm to get their Packerland Conference golf meet in, and Waupaca Country Club hopes they're all clear as well as the golf slate is jam-packed for Tuesday. 


After trying to get the meet in on April 17th and it ultimately being postponed, it will be the second take for teams to compete at The Woods Golf Course. The meet is being held by NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy and will also feature Gibraltar, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Kewaunee. 


The Luxemburg-Casco golf team will tee off at Waupaca Country Club for a regularly scheduled meet on Tuesday. The Comets of Waupaca are the home team, and will also have Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Luxemburg-Casco, Marinette, Oconto Falls, and Wrightstown. 


The tee time at Waupaca is set for 10:00 a.m, and the Packerland teams are set to begin their round at 4:00 p.m. 

Luxemburg-Casco baseball scheduled for conference tilt

The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team hopes to snap a three-game losing streak on Monday when they travel to Wrightstown to face the Tigers. 


The Spartans are looking for their first win since a 4-1 decision against Sturgeon Bay on April 21st. Two of their three losses during their current streak were by a single run.


The Tigers are on a four-game winning streak, sweeping their two-game sets against Oconto Falls and Fox Valley Lutheran.


The two teams will battle at Wrightstown beginning at 4:30 p.m. before the pair face each other again on Tuesday at the same time, but at Luxemburg-Casco.

Sevastopol, Luxemburg-Casco hope to play softball Monday

Two teams could potentially play Monday if Mother Nature does not deny them the opportunity.


Sevastopol is scheduled to make its way west to play Laona-Wabeno at 5 p.m. This is a make-up from a game previously scheduled for April 6th.


Luxemburg-Casco is scheduled to keep their battles within the conference, traveling to Little Chute for a 4 p.m. first pitch.


Gibraltar had their game against Hilbert canceled prior to Monday's snowfall.

Conference golf meets tee off Monday

Both the North Eastern Conference and the Packerland Conference will try to tee off Monday at their respective meets.


Luxemburg-Casco will join Clintonville Truckers, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown at Royal St. Patrick's Golf Course in Wrightstown for their meet beginning at 10 a.m.


Sevastopol is scheduled to host the Packerland Conference at The Orchards in Egg Harbor beginning at 4 p.m. Gibraltar, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay are also scheduled to compete.

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