Sturgeon Bay hosted soccer tournament on Saturday

Sturgeon Bay was able to get in three soccer games on Saturday as they hosted the Door County Cup. Ashwaubenon, Pius XI and Wrightstown were the other teams in the tournament. Wrightstown won all three of their games including a 3-0 victory over the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play host to Wrightstown again on Tuesday at 4:30 PM.

Brewers lose on walk-off home run

Freddie Freeman's walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning gave the Atlanta Braves a 4-3 victory over the Brewers on Saturday. Milwaukee was trailing 3-2 headed to the ninth inning when Lorenzo Cain drove home Keston Hiura with a double. Josh Hader pitched a perfect bottom of the ninth and the teams headed to extras. The Brewers were unable to put anything together offensively in the top of the 10th. Hader came back out for his second inning of work and Freeman hit the second pitch he saw out of the park.


The Brewers other runs scored on a two-run single in the first inning by Jesus Aguilar.


These two teams will play the rubber match of the series on Sunday at 12:20 PM in Atlanta.

Saturday baseball games washed out

Two Door County high school baseball games had to be canceled due to the rain on Saturday. Gibraltar was scheduled to host non-conference opponent Lourdes Academy. Sturgeon Bay had a home game against Mishicot. Neither game will be made up with the playoffs starting next week. The Vikings do not have any more regular season games and will begin their playoff run on Thursday hosting Gresham Community. The Clippers still have one regular season game left on the schedule as they will travel to Bonduel on Tuesday for a 4:30 PM first pitch. Their first regional playoff game will be on Thursday hosting Algoma.

Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament 2019 decided by 24 hundredths of a pound

Their 26.57 pound day one total had Korey Sprengel and Ryan Dempsey in fourth place about a pound and a half out of first place in the 2019 Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. Day two had the walleye specialists within striking distance. Sprengel has fished the SBOBT a handful of years recently but never in a podium finish. Dempsey had never fished a single bass tournament in his life.


After a great day of fishing on Saturday Sprengel and Dempsey knew they were close to a winning weight. The final team to weigh in would wind up 24 hundredths of a pound off the lead. Shaun Kruzitski and Jason Corrao placed second in the tournament with an overall weight of 52.20 pounds and Sprengel and Dempster held them off with a weight of 52.49 pounds (10 fish - 2 days) to take the $45,000 cash and prize payout including a Ranger Boat and Mercury Motor.


29th Annual SBOBT Leader Board (Top 7 Teams)


52.49 Sprengel and Dempsey

52.25 Kruzitski and Corrao

52.20 Rassmussen and McSharry

50.33 Ourada and Allen

49.49 Fothergill and Fothergill

48.97 Scott Bonnema and Mark Courts

48.40 Robillard and Delfosse (Luxemburg, WI)


Big bass of the tournament - 7.13 pounds Wetli and Wozniak (Day 2)

Bucks go wire to wire to take 2-0 series lead

The Bucks are now just two games away from their first NBA Finals appearance in 45 years. They never trailed in game two against the Raptors winning 125-103. The Bucks started the game on a 9-0 run and the game was never in doubt after that.


Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 30 points and 17 rebounds. Ersan Ilyasova poured in 17 points off the bench. Kawai Leonard led all scorers with 31 points.


Milwaukee now has a 2-0 series lead in the best of 7. The Bucks can take a commanding 3-0 lead on Sunday night when the series heads to Toronto for the first time. Tip-off is at 6 PM.

Brewers fall in wild game to the Braves

The Brewers went into Atlanta with a three-game winning streak on the line. Milwaukee lost but it was an entertaining game if you were able to watch past the sixth inning. The Braves led 3-0 going to the 6th when Atlanta exploded for nine runs including three home runs, all off of Corbin Burnes. Jhoulys Chacin started and allowed three runs in five innings.


The Brewers offense didn't quit and ended up scoring 1 in the seventh and 3 in the eighth. Milwaukee made a rally in the ninth scoring four runs and getting the tying run to the on-deck circle before finally going down. The final score was 12-8.


Jacob Nottingham hit his first major league home run in the eighth.


The Brewers and Braves will go at it again on Saturday at SunTrust Park. The first pitch is at 6:15 PM.

Friday's baseball action highlighted by Sturgeon Bay's dramatic victory

Five local baseball teams were in action in four games on Friday and none were as exciting as Sturgeon Bay and Peshtigo. The two top teams in the Packerland Conference squared off in Sturgeon Bay. The Clippers came away with a walk-off win in the 9th inning to take the game 4-3. Jake Schneider's sacrifice fly drove in Ryan Jacobson to win it.


Elsewhere in Packerland Conference play, Algoma got a dominant pitching performance from Zach Schmidt to win at Green Bay NEW Lutheran 8-0.


Both Kewaunee and Gibraltar played in a pitchers duel in Kewaunee. The Storm came out on top 2-0. Daniel Stangel and Nathan VanGoethem combined on a two-hit shutout. Luke Steebs was on the mound for the Vikings.


Southern Door fell at Oconto 5-3.

Friday soccer roundup

Two Kewaunee County soccer teams were in action on Friday with one being a close game and the other not so much.


Kewaunee hosted Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah and played to a 1-1 draw.


Luxemburg-Casco had no issue with Little Chute at home. Lauren Dhuey picked up a hat trick as the Spartans won 6-0.

Yelich smacks two home runs to lead Brewers over Phillies

Christian Yelich hit his league-leading 17th and 18th home runs helping lead the Brewers to an 11-3 win at Philadelphia. Mike Moustakas and Yasmani Grandal also went deep for Milwaukee in the game.


The game was close headed to the seventh inning with the Brewers holding a 4-3 lead. Milwaukee then scored three in the seventh, two in the eighth and two in the ninth to put the game out of hand.


Zach Davies only allowed one earned run in his six innings of work. The bullpen came in to throw three perfect innings.


The Brewers are now on a three-game winning streak after taking the final three from the Phillies in the four-game series. They'll start a three-game series in Atlanta against the Braves starting Friday night at 6:20 PM.

Thursday's softball playoff action

Two Door County softball teams are advancing in the WIAA Regional Playoffs after victories on Thursday.


Ninth-seeded Sturgeon Bay got a road victory over the eight seed Lourdes Academy. The final score was 9-2. Katie Frank smacked a three-run homer to lead the Clippers. They'll take on number one seed Chilton on Tuesday.


Sevastopol picked up a road victory over Gibraltar. The final score was 11-1 and the game was played in Fish Creek. The Pioneers will move on to play first-seeded Mishicot on Tuesday.

Thursday baseball roundup

Two local teams split a doubleheader and another almost pulled off a big upset in Thursday's baseball action.


Sevastopol and Kewaunee faced off in a doubleheader. The Storm won game one in walk-off fashion by a final score of 5-4. Sevastopol got a little revenge in game two winning 10-4. The games were played at Kewaunee.


Luxemburg-Casco went on the road to play the top team in the North Eastern Conference. The Spartans couldn't quite pull off the upset over Wrightstown and fell 5-4.


Go to for full recaps.

Sturgeon Bay soccer wins 1-0 at host Kewaunee

Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer scored in the 39th minute to give Sturgeon Bay it's 4th win in the Packerland Conference (4-0-1).  McKenna Gibson had 3 saves in goal for the Clippers.  Sturgeon Bay will finish its season at Sevastopol/Gibraltar next Thursday and attempt to win Conference for the second year in a row. Kewaunee will take on Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah at home on Friday with the kickoff at 4:30 PM.

Soccer returns to the pitch Thursday

All of the area's soccer teams are back in game action Thursday afternoon after their customary Wednesday night off.


At 4:30 p.m., Sturgeon Bay travels to Kewaunee, Sevastopol/Gibraltar heads south to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran, and Luxemburg-Casco stays home to play Fox Valley Lutheran. 

Baseball pairings announced

There are still some games left in the regular season, but baseball teams in Door and Kewaunee Counties know who they will be facing in their opening games of the playoffs. The seedings were announced Wednesday and like softball, lent itself to some games very close to home in the opening rounds. 


Next Thursday, Luxemburg-Casco plays at Denmark, Gibraltar hosts Gresham, Sevastopol travels to Bowler, Southern Door battles Kewaunee in Brussels, and Sturgeon Bay meets Algoma at home. All games are at 4:30 p.m.


As for today, the Pioneers and Storm kick off a doubleheader in Kewaunee at 4 p.m. while at 4:30 p.m. the Spartans play at Wrightstown and the Vikings host Valders. 

Softball playoffs begin today

The road to Madison begins today for a trio of softball teams in Door County. 


The format of both the baseball and softball playoffs lends itself to some familiar opponents in the opening rounds. Gibraltar will host Sevastopol in Fish Creek for a 4:30 p.m. while Sturgeon Bay will hit the road as well to play Lourdes Academy at 5 p.m.  


Luxemburg-Casco knows it has Marinette and Kewaunee will play Brillion on Tuesday while Southern Door and Algoma have to wait out today's matchups to learn who their next opponent will be.

Brewers play small ball in 5-2 victory

The Milwaukee Brewers proved Wednesday you do not need to hit homers to win big games after beating the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2. Entering the third inning tied 1-1, a bases loaded walk to Mike Moustakas and a two-run single by Jesus Aguilar gave the Brewers a 4-1 advantage. Moustakas would add another tally in the fifth inning on an error by Phillies centerfielder Andew McCutchen. After giving up the error, McCutchen would narrow the lead with an RBI single, but the run was moot as the Phillies would get no closer.


Gio Gonzalez continued his hot start, pitching 5 1/3 innings, giving up just a solo home run while striking out three.


The Brewers complete their swing through Philadelphia this afternoon at 12:05. 



Bucks use fourth quarter to take game one

It was better late than never for the Milwaukee Bucks in its 108-100 win over the Toronto Raptors in the first game of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday.


The Bucks found itself down by double digits several times throughout the night, only to claw back to single digits again and again. Down by seven points entering the fourth quarter, the Bucks outscored the Raptors 32-17 to grab the opening game in the series. Brook Lopez led the Bucks with 29 points and 11 rebounds while Giannis Antetokounmpo added another 24 points and 14 boards. The Raptors' Kawai Leonard led all scorers with 31 points.


The Bucks look to take game two when its host the Raptors at the Fiserv Forum on Friday.

Brewers handle Phillies

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-1 on Tuesday night. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump and had a gem of an outing. Woodruff went six innings strong only giving up one hit while striking out five. Corbin Burnes and Jacob Barnes held it down in the final innings to secure the win. 


Keston Hiura, the Brewers’ top prospect, was finally called up and made his first MLB start. He picked up his first MLB hit in the game on a single. Yasmani Grandal and Ryan Braun both went deep in the game to create a little separation. 


The two teams will now run it back for game three in the series. Gio Gonzalez will take the mound for the Brewers. Jake Arrieta will have his name called for the Phillies. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:05. 

Luxemburg-Casco soccer struggles at Wrightstown

Luxemburg-Casco struggled on the road against the top team in the North Eastern Conference. Wrightstown defeated the Spartans 7-0. L-C will try to get back on track on Thursday when they host Fox Valley Lutheran at 4:30 PM.

Algoma and Southern Door share softball conference championship

Both Southern Door and Algoma were winners on Tuesday night which means they finish with identical 14-2 records in the Packerland Conference.


Southern Door picked up a road win in Kewaunee 10-2. Kendra Dantoin, Kyle Neinas and Jackie Atkins all had two hits in the game.


Algoma knocked off Oconto 4-0 at home. Maddie Prokash was brilliant again in the circle pitching a shutout.


Elsewhere, Sevastopol swept a doubleheader at Green Bay NEW Lutheran. The Pioneers won game one 17-9 and game two 7-4. Sturgeon Bay defeated Gibraltar 10-3.


Southern Door did defeat Algoma in both their matchups this year 12-0 and 4-0. The Eagles only losses in the conference were to Oconto and Peshtigo.

Sturgeon Bay baseball comes back against Gibraltar

Southern Door was in a winner in baseball on Tuesday but the big story was Sturgeon Bay. The Clippers were down 8-0 in the third inning to Gibraltar. They came all the way back to win the game scoring six runs in the seventh inning. Abram Abeyta got the walk-off hit to win 9-8.


Southern Door went on the road to defeat Kewaunee 15-3. Derik LeCaptain and Tyler Kroll each hit three-run homers.


Sevastopol lost a pair to Green Bay NEW Lutheran on the road 4-1 and 4-3.


Luxemburg-Casco fell to Wrightstown at home 8-4 despite two hits and home run from Dylan Dahlke.

Softball round-up: Kewaunee sweeps doubleheader

Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco picked up victories while Southern Door faltered on the road in softball action Monday.


Ally Dart was a force in a 9-6 victory for the Spartans over Waupaca, striking out five from the circle and going a perfect 3-3 with two doubles at the plate.


Jackie Atkins had a pair of hits and Lexi Wery struck out six Bulldogs over four innings, but it wasn't enough in Southern Door's 4-1 loss to Peshtigo.


Hailey Gaedtke led Kewaunee to a doubleheader over Sevastopol by scores of 18-3 and 6-4 thanks to a home run in game one and a strong pitching performance in game two.


Full recaps are available online at


Sevastopol will play at least three more games this week beginning with a doubleheader with NEW Lutheran this afternoon before facing Gibraltar in the opening round of the WIAA Playoffs on Thursday. Luxemburg-Casco will also sneak in a game before the playoffs begin, playing at Wrightstown this afternoon. 




Baseball round-up: Sturgeon Bay wins see-saw affair

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers and Kewaunee Storm rode the emotional rollercoaster during their baseball games Monday. 


In Sturgeon Bay, it took a pair of two-RBI hits by Trent Ehlers and Issac Berkley for the Clippers to finally slay Lourdes Academy 10-9.


Kewaunee was too hospitable to their visitors from Denmark as they gave up 12 runs in the first two innings but made it interesting before losing to the Vikings 12-8.


Full recaps are available online at


Baseball action today includes Luxemburg-Casco hosting Wrightstown, Sevastopol playing two at NEW Lutheran, Southern Door playing at Kewaunee, Algoma traveling to Oconto, and Sturgeon Bay battling Gibraltar at home. 



Kewaunee boys, Sturgeon Bay girls capture Packerland Track titles

Success carried over from the relays meet to the conference championships as the Kewaunee boys and Sturgeon Bay girls track teams captured Packerland titles Monday in Kewaunee.


The Storm boys captured their title by scoring 173 points, outscoring second place Peshtigo by nearly 28 points. They were led by individual title winners Alex Hewett (triple jump, high jump), Tannor Bortolini (shot put), and their relay teams in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200. 


The Clippers girls team only had one individual event champion in 100 m hurdler Alexa Nelson, but consistent high performers catapulted Sturgeon Bay to a team title with 146 points, outscoring Kewaunee by nearly 19 points.


You can find full results for each Door and Kewaunee County school online at by clicking on the links below.



Stenzel stars in Packerland Track Championships

Henry sweeps distance events, Sitte and Fitzgerald dominate Packerland Track Championships

Schoening, Farley, Blahnik, Ansorge claim track titles

Kewaunee wins boys track title

Clippers girls track win first conference title since 2009

Shimon, LeCloux win Packerland Track titles

Girls soccer heads into final two weeks

With two weeks to go before the WIAA playoffs get underway, there is still plenty to play for with area girls' soccer teams heading into action tonight.


Two Packerland Conference teams will battle tonight when Sevastopol/Gibraltar makes the trip south to Kewaunee for a 4:30 p.m. tilt.


Luxemburg-Casco will also head south and play at 4:30 p.m. with a match against Wrightstown on the docket. 

Search Our Site


Are tax breaks legislators are protecting for big box stores like Walmart and Walgreens because of campaign contributions from the companies?
Add a Comment
(Fields are Optional)

Your email address is never published.

Sports Poll

How many games will it take the Bucks to Win the Eastern Conference Finals?

Obituaries are provided as a service of the

Schinderle Funeral Home of Algoma



Sign up for our Daily Electronic Newspaper and/or our Shopping Show newsletter!


Get the latest news with our Daily Electronic Newspaper delivered to your inbox.


Get the latest updates for our Shopping Show delivered to your inbox every Friday.