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L-C's Delebreau wins state wrestling title, 10 others medal

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling brought nine and will finish with nine podium finishers, including 138-pound state champion Caleb Delebreau.

 

Delebreau won his title with a 3-2 decision over Cole Bozile (Oconto Falls). Max Ronsman narrowly missed out on his second state championship, losing a 6-1 decision to Danny Heiser (Evansville). The Spartans also had Carson Neubert take 3rd place, Carson Blohowiak finished in fourth place, Blakelee Bastien came in fifth place, and Jake Jandrin, Michael Bostwick, Isaac Jerabek, and Trace Schoenebeck snagged sixth place.

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestler Tiani Lemieux ended her sophomore campaign with a second-place finish. After pinning her way to the finals, she found herself on the other side of the equation as she was pinned in the opening minute by Carley Ceshker (Badger Girls). Lemieux finishes her season 36-6 with her coaches excited for what is to come the next two years.

 

Southern Door's Hailey Veeser ended her high school wrestling career with another day on the Kohl Center podium finish. Veeser spilt her final matches, capturing a decision against Lexi Mentink (Shoreland Lutheran Girls) 6-2 before falling in the 3rd place match narrowly to Britney Petsche (River Ridge Girls) 7-6.


Vikings boys win on Senior Day vs. Wolves

The Gibraltar Vikings will enter tournament week on a high note after beating Hilbert 45-39.

 

The Vikings had to capture the win in comeback fashion as they found themselves down at the break 20-15 thanks to seven first-half points by Brody Hein. Braden Sitte and Liam Lindenberg led the comeback as they scored 25 of the Vikings' 30 second-half points to send the team into the tournament victorious. Sitte scored 22 points in what could be his final home game, while Lindenberg poured in 15 points with three three-pointers. Hein ended his day with 12 points, while two teammates complemented him with eight points.

 

The Vikings are back in action on Tuesday in Florence, a game that will be broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Phoenix women topple Titans

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team kept pace in the Horizon League Saturday afternoon with an 87-44 victory over Detroit Mercy.

 

The rout was on when the Phoenix outscored the Titans 41-18 in the middle stanzas. Natalie Andersen led all scorers with a career-high 18 points for the Phoenix, while Maddy Schreiber contributed 11 points, and Natalie McNeal added 10 points. Ten Phoenix players scored at least five points in the win.

 

The men finish the Krash the Kress weekend with a matinee against the Youngstown State Penguins at 2 p.m.


Kewaunee, Sevastopol go for regional titles on NRSN

Five local teams entered, but only two will enter Saturday with a chance to win a regional title on Saturday after a busy Friday of WIAA Girls' Basketball Tournament action.

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers will have a rematch of last year's sectional semi-final in the regional final on Saturday after knocking out their county rival Gibraltar 42-23 Friday night. Bryan Mazur and Tim Kowols will have the call from Institute Saturday night when the Pioneers play Wabeno-Laona on 96.7 WBDK and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7 p.m.

 

The Kewaunee Storm girls defeated the Howards Grove Tigers 51-32 in a Division 4 regional semi-final on Friday night. Kewaunee (23-2) will now host #4 Valders Saturday night for the regional championship.  The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network starting at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame and tipoff at 7:00 p.m.   Paul Schmitt and Henry Annen will have the call from Kewaunee High School.

 

Algoma fell to Manitowoc Lutheran 52-28,

 

Luxemburg-Casco was doubled up by Watertown 58-27.

 

Southern Door lost to Sheboygan Lutheran 73-29.

 

 

SBS' Lemieux, L-C's Ronsman and Delebreau go for gold at state tournament

Three local wrestlers will participate in Saturday's Grand March at the Kohl Center as a part of the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament Finals.

 

The dream is still alive for Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Tiani Lemieux as she heads to the title match for 138 pounds. Her semifinal match was longer than her last few matches combined, but Lemieux secured the pin midway through the second period to earn the finals berth.

 

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team will have two competitors strutting out to the mats during the Grand March of the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament. Max Ronsman secured his fourth straight trip to the finals after picking up a pair of decisions, while Caleb Delebreau will make his first trip. All of the other Spartans are in line for podium finishes with Jake Jandrin, Carson Blohowiak, Michael Bostwick, Blakelee Bastien, and Trace Schoenebeck picking up with wins in the consolation round after losing in the quarterfinals. Isaac Jerabek and Carson Neubert will enter their consolation brackets on Saturday after losing in the semifinals. Kiley Georgel is also still in line to place after picking up two more wins after her loss in the quarter-finals. 

 

Hailey Veeser is in line to bring home hardware after the second day of the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament. Veeser won her quarterfinal match before losing in the semifinals to Lomira's Kara Kuge. Nora LeFevre and Sydney Turner both went 1-2 in their second day of action, falling in the second round of the consolation bracket.

 

Kewaunee will have no wrestlers competing on Saturday after falling short on Friday. Kemper Robinson and Mitchell Boeder each made the quarterfinals after winning their lone match on Thursday, but tough competition in that round and the consolation round ended their hopes for a podium finish.

 


Gibraltar boys close regular season Saturday with Hilbert

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team will play the final regular season game for the entire area on Saturday when they welcome Hilbert to Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings have lost four straight games since they swept a weekend set against Sevastopol and St. Lawrence Seminary earlier this month. That includes a 54-24 loss to Menominee (MI) Thursday night. Braden Sitte was the lone Vikings player to reach double figures with 10 points. Aaron Brey added five points and Will Lecy contributed four more in the loss. Saturday's game will include festivities for the team's two seniors, Braden Sitte and Marshall Maltby. Senior Day had to be rescheduled after Maltby became ill and missed two games against Sturgeon Bay and Algoma. Head coach Travis Ward salutes Sitte and Maltby's effort during a memorable time during the program's history.

The Wolves come into the matchup fresh off of snapping a five-game losing streak with a nail-biting 38-36 win over Sheboygan Christian. Kaelin VandenWyngaard leads the team in scoring 14.3 points per game and is second in rebounding with 5.5 boards per game. This will be the first of two straight games against Packerland Conference opponents for the Wolves as they will open their WIAA Tournament run against NEW Lutheran.

 

Tip-off is set for 2:30 p.m.

 

The Vikings will then focus on the tournament when they travel to Florence to take on the Bobcats for the second straight year. That game will be covered from Florence on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the tip at 7 p.m.

Phoenix men fall hard to Mastodons

One of the top-scoring teams in the conference did just that against the Green Bay Phoenix men Friday night as Purdue Fort Wayne won the game 85-59.

 

The Mastodons finished the game shooting 50.8 percent from the field thanks in part to outscoring the Phoenix 40-28 in the paint. Will Eames led the Phoenix with 19 points while Clarence Cummings III added 13 points, and Elijah Jones contributed 12 points.

 

The Phoenix men are back in the action, but the women will have their chance to right the ship again at the Kress Center on Saturday with a 1 p.m. matinee against Detroit Mercy.

Local wrestlers enter second day of state wrestling tournament

Most of the area's state wrestling qualifiers will return to action on Friday for a second day at the Kohl Center.

 

The Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team will have its full stable of wrestlers for the second day of the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament on Friday. On the girls' side, Kiley Georgel split her first two matches at 235 pounds to set up her appearance in the consolation rounds on Friday morning. On the boys' side, Jake Jandrin, Carson Blohowiak, and Caleb Delebreau earned bonus points in their wins, while Michael Bostwick advanced by decision. They will return to action Friday morning when Carson Neubert, Blakelee Bastien, Max Ronsman, Isaac Jerabek, and Trace Schoenebeck will wrestle for the first time in this tournament.

 

The Kewaunee wrestling team will have two of its three wrestlers take the mat again at the Kohl Center as the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament resumes on Friday. After Mitchell VanGoethem dropped his first match, Kemper Robinson earned a winning decision, and Mitchell Boeder registered a pin to advance to Friday morning's quarterfinal round.

 

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Tiani Lemieux didn't need much time to advance to the semifinals of the WIAA Girls' Individual State Tournament on Thursday. Lemieux pinned both of her opponents in less than 50 seconds to advance to her next matches on Friday night.

 

Mason Motquin's time in Madison may be over, but Southern Door is still alive in this weekend's WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament. Hailey Veeser won both of her matches to earn a spot in the semifinal round of the Girls' 152 lb. bracket. Veeser will wrestle again on Friday night. Teammates Nora LeFevre and Sydney Turner registered pins in the first round before being pinned in the second round. They will wrestle again on Friday morning.

 

Three girls' playoff games featured on NEW Radio Sports Network

Six local teams are still alive for regional final berths on Friday night, four of which will be featured on the NEW Radio Sports Network.

 

Two Door County teams are on a crash course for a berth in Saturday's girls' regional title game when Sevastopol hosts Gibraltar Friday night. The game will air on 105.1 The GOAT with Tim Kowols, 96.7 WBDK with Bryan Mazur, and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7 p.m.

 

The #1 seeded Kewaunee Storm (22-2) will host the #8 Howards Grove Tigers in a WIAA Division 4 regional semi-final Friday night. The game will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network, with pregame starting at 6:45 p.m. and tip-off at 7:00 p.m.   Paul Schmitt and Henry Annen will have the call from Kewaunee High School.

 

The Southern Door girls basketball team will try to keep the road wins coming when they head to Sheboygan Lutheran Friday night. Jacob Nate and Matt Malvitz will have the action from Sheboygan Friday night on U-102.1 and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7 p.m.

 

Other tournament games include Luxemburg-Casco visiting Watertown for their first game and Algoma traveling to Manitowoc Lutheran.

Phoenix women clobber Golden Grizzlies, men take on 'Dons

The Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team made sure there was no repeat of their performance in Oakland, Mich. on Thursday night, trouncing the Golden Grizzlies 74-45.

 

After losing their previous matchup on a last-second layup, the Phoenix outscored the Golden Grizzlies 18-5 in the first quarter and 15-9 in the second quarter to build up a big advantage at the break.  Maddy Schreiber and Bailey Butler both recorded double-doubles, with Schreiber scoring 15 points and ten rebounds, while Butler had a more unconventional ten rebound/ten assist game. Luxemburg-Casco product Cassie Schiltz chipped in nine points in the win, which was the Phoenix's fifth straight. They return to action Saturday afternoon to face Detroit-Mercy. 

 

The Phoenix men kick off their weekend at the Kress Center at 6 p.m. Friday against the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons. Northern Kentucky defeated the Phoenix 58-57 last Wednesday at the Resch Center in their last action on the court. Two losses to the Norse bookend a five-game winning streak that has put the Phoenix a half-game behind Oakland for the conference lead.

Boys' basketball season enters final days

For most of the local boys' basketball teams, Thursday marks the final tune-up before the start of next week's WIAA Tournament.

 

Gibraltar is the anomaly on two fronts, as they will play two non-conference games this week before opening tournament play on Tuesday at Florence. They will travel to Menominee (MI) for a 6:30 p.m. tip before ending the regular season with a rescheduled senior day against Hilbert on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

 

All of the other teams will end their regular seasons with conference matchups on Thursday with Luxemburg-Casco hosting Fox Valley Lutheran (7 p.m.), Sturgeon Bay hosting NEW Lutheran (7:30 p.m.), Sevastopol traveling to Peshtigo (7:30 p.m.), Southern Door heading to Oconto (7:30 p.m.), and Kewaunee playing at home against Algoma (7:30 p.m.) 

State wrestling tournament opens Thursday night

For several local wrestlers, the road to the final matches on Saturday in the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament begins Thursday night.

 

The schedule for Thursday night is as follows:

Div. 1 & Girls Preliminaries – 3 p.m. (Doors open at 2 p.m.) – Weigh-in at 1:30 p.m.
            (Div. 1 on mats 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)
Div. 1 Quarterfinals – Approximately 5:15 p.m.
Div. 2 & 3 Preliminaries, Girls Quarterfinals – 7 p.m. – Div. 2 & Div. 3 Weigh-in at 5 p.m.
           (Div. 2 on mats 1, 2 & 3; Div. 3 on mats 5, 7 & 8; Girls on mats 4 & 6)

 

The matchups featuring local wrestlers look like this:

D2-106: (5) Jake Jandrin (Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 27-6 Sr.) vs. (12) Carter Heimerman Kewaskum (KWSK) 26-16 Fr.

D-2-113: (5) Carson Blohowiak (Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 41-8 Jr.) vs. (12) Trevor Bruhn (Jefferson (JEFF) 20-13 Fr.)

D2-126: (7) Michael Bostwick (Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 44-10 Sr.) vs. (10) Ivan Woodhull (Northwestern (NORT) 41-14 Fr.)

D2-138: (5) Caleb Delebreau (Luxemburg-Casco (LUCA) 49-6 Sr.) vs. (12) Connor Friend
(Whitewater (WTWR) 37-11 Jr.)

 

D3-138: (12) Mason Motquin (Southern Door (SODO) 40-11) Sr. vs. (5) Gabe Gerber (Ladysmith (LADY) 44-6 So.)

D3-157: (12) Mitchell VanGoethem (Kewaunee (KWNE) 35-13 Sr.) vs. (5) Troy Duellman
(Cornell/Gilman/Lk. Holc. (CGLH) 36-6 Sr.)

D3-190: (10) Kemper Robinson (Kewaunee (KWNE) 35-13 Sr.) vs. (7) Breyson Kelley 
(Florence (FLOR) 43-7 Jr.)

D3-285: (9) Mitchell Boeder (Kewaunee (KWNE) 40-9 So.) vs. (8) Harrison Graveen (Edgar (EDGA) 38-6 Sr.)

 

GIRLS 114: (3) Nora LeFevre (Southern Door Girls (SODO) 27-4 So.) vs. (14) Maya Kirchner (Hartford Union Girls (HAUG) 26-10 So.) 

GIRLS 126: (11) Sydney Turner (Southern Door Girls (SODO) 26-9 So.) vs. (6) Kylee Kurszewski (Neenah Girls (NEEN) 24-3 So.)

GIRLS 138: (3) Tiani LeMieux (Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol (SBSG) 33-5 So.) vs. (14) Brynn Ellison (Clear Lake Girls (CRLG) 11-4 Jr.)

GIRLS 152: (3) Hailey Veeser (Southern Door Girls (SODO) 30-5 Sr.) vs. (14) Hannah Behrndt (Hamilton Girls (HAML) 8-3 So.) 

GIRLS 235: (11) Kiley Georgel (Luxemburg-Casco Girl (LXCG) 18-5 So.) vs. (6) Jana Kopac (Martin Luther Girls (MLKG) 19-4 Sr.) 

 

Phoenix basketball teams begin Kress Center homestand

Fans of Green Bay basketball are being tasked with making the Kress Events Center a hostile environment this weekend as it hosts four days of Phoenix hoops.

 

The two teams will play on alternating days, with the women hosting the Horizon League's Detroit metro teams on Thursday (Oakland) and Saturday (Detroit-Mercy) and the men facing Purdue Fort Wayne on Friday and Youngstown State on Sunday. The Phoenix men and women are both in first place in the Horizon League by the slimmest of margins and cannot afford to lose games and risk losing rank in the tournament seeds. 

 

The Phoenix women open the weekend of games at the Kress Center on Thursday against Oakland at 7 p.m.

 

 

Glory men to host open try-outs

You could be a member of the area's newest team as they host open tryouts next week.

 

The Green Bay Glory will host an open tryout for their men’s team. Registration is now open for the opportunity scheduled for February 28 from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon. Players who can't make the tryouts in person can submit a video for virtual consideration. You can sign up for the tryouts here.

 

The Glory has already announced Tommy Geocaris, Timmy Geocaris, Cooper Re, Cam Jochimsen, Will Smestad, Ethan Dietrich, Ben Omernik, Edgar Heredia-Victoria, and Osvaldo Ramirez will join the squad when they begin their season in the late spring and early summer.

L-C's Shoenebeck and Waege selected for All-Star game

Two members of the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan football team that played in the Division 4 State Championship last year will be heading to the 2024 WFCA All-Star Game.

 

Seniors Trace Schoenebeck and Ezra Waege will represent the north Large School Team at UW-Oshkosh this summer.

 

Schoenebeck played tight end and linebacker for the Spartans and Ezra Waege anchored the Spartan offensive and defensive lines last season.

 

Luxemburg-Casco finished 12-2 and claimed the state runner-up trophy after their first state appearance in football in Madison last November.

Girls Basketball Roundup:  Southern Door, Sevastopol, Gibraltar and Algoma all advance

The WIAA girls' basketball tournament began with a triumphant bang in the area, as four local teams won and will play in their regional semi-finals on Friday.

 

In Division 5, the Sevastopol Pioneers dominated the St. Thomas Aquinas 65-7 at home, as heard on 96.7 WBDK.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings traveled north and knocked off the Niagara Badgers 45-43 on 105.1 The Goat, setting up a showdown with the Pioneers on Friday.

 

In Division 4, the Algoma Wolves led from start to finish to easily defeat the Roncalli Jets 59-39 at home on 104.1 WRLU.

 

The Southern Door Eagles upset the New Holstein Huskies 47-41 on U102.1 and will advance to Friday’s semi-final.

 

In Division 3, the Sturgeon Bay Clipper season came to an end with a 48-35 loss to the Tomahawk Hatchets.

 

Two other area teams received byes on Tuesday.  In Division 4, the Kewaunee Storm will host the winner of Howards Grove/Kohler on Friday night on 104.1 WRLU and the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Watertown in a Division 2 matchup. 

Badgers hang on for win over Maryland

The Wisconsin Badgers got a much-needed 74-70 win over the Maryland Terrapins on Tuesday night to get back on the winning track.

Maryland took a 14-13 lead halfway through the first half but Wisconsin was able to open up a 37-29 lead at halftime.

Wisconsin would lead by as many as ten points in the second half, but the Terrapins would make it interesting until the very end.

Max Klesmit hit a huge three-pointer with just under one minute to play that extended the Badger lead to seven points and Wisconsin ended up  28/31 for 90 percent from the free-throw line to ultimately clinch the game from the charity stripe. 

Tyler Wahl led the Badgers in scoring with 18 points and Max Klesmit added 16 more to secure a home win for Wisconsin.

Wisconsin (18-9, 10-6 Big Ten) will now play Indiana next Tuesday on the road.

Jonas takes over reins at Green Bay Preble

Just a few weeks after his position as Southern Door Athletic Director was posted online in search of candidates, Mark Jonas found a new job.

 

Green Bay Preble announced on Tuesday that Jonas would continue his hall-of-fame career at the school after stops at Southern Door, Kaukauna, Oconomowoc, and Hilbert. Jonas led the Eagles to a 20-3 record in his two years on the job, helping his team get to Level 2 of the WIAA Playoffs both seasons. 

 

Picture courtesy of Green Bay Preble

REPORT: Northwestern to play home game at Lambeau Field

A college football game may take place at Lambeau Field before Wisconsin's highly-anticipated matchup against Notre Dame in 2026, featuring an improbable team as the host.

 

Louie Vaccher from WildcatReport.com reports that Northwestern Athletic Director Derrick Gragg told alumni in New York City last week that the football team will play a home game at Lambeau Field during the 2025 season. Northwestern began demolishing Ryan Field earlier this month to pave the way for a new stadium to open in 2026. No team was announced as the "visiting team," but Vaccher suggests that it could be against Wisconsin, which Northwestern is scheduled to be the "home team" against in 2024.

 

There has been no formal announcement from Northwestern, Wisconsin, or the Green Bay Packers on the potential matchup in Green Bay. Mark Murphy left his role as the athletic director at Northwestern to become the Packers' president and CEO in 2007.

 

Purple-clad fans were split on the announcement since the athletic department is being viewed as giving away a home game in the name of the money. The announcement also came before the department said where they would play home games while waiting for the new Ryan Field to be built. 

 

Lambeau Field hosted Wisconsin/LSU on September 3rd, 2016, and is scheduled to host Wisconsin/Notre Dame on September 5th, 2026. Despite the later date, it should be noted that the original date for the Wisconsin/Notre Dame game in 2020 was October 3rd, but it was canceled due to the pandemic.

Girls open WIAAs with four games on NEW Radio Sports Network

The road to Green Bay begins on Tuesday with most of the area's teams in action and playing on the NEW Radio Sports Network.

 

The Sevastopol Pioneers look to defend their regional championship from a year ago when they open against St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in Institute. Bryan Mazur and Tim Ash will have the call on 96.7 WBDK.

 

The Southern Door Eagles will head south to New Holstein to take on the Huskies in their WIAA opener. Jacob Nate and Matt Malvitz will have the call on U-102.1.

 

The Algoma Wolves open their WIAA Tournament run with a home game against Roncalli. Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard will carry the action on 104.1 WRLU.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings will have an opportunity to avenge last year's exit in the WIAAs when they travel to Niagara for the second consecutive season. Tim Kowols will make the trip for 105.1 The GOAT.

 

All of the games above will be streamed on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com and begin at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7 p.m.

 

Other games scheduled for Tuesday include Sturgeon Bay traveling to Tomahawk for a 6 p.m. tip while Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco don't play until Friday.

Bucks bid for All-Star games

A day after Indianapolis took its turn hosting the annual NBA showcase, the Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly on the clock to host the All-Star game within the next six years.

 

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the organization and the City of Milwaukee submitted a bid to host the NBA All-Star Games in 2027 and 2028 after 2025 was awarded to San Francisco and the Golden State Warriors and 2026 to Inglewood, California, and the Los Angeles Clippers.

 

It has been since 1977 that the NBA All-Stars descended on the Cream City for the exhibition. That game was held at the neighboring MECCA. Milwaukee has not held an All-Star Game since 2001 when the MLB hosted a tie game at Miller Park.

Boys' basketball preview: Gibraltar begins final week of regular season with Algoma trip on 105.1 The GOAT

Area teams have a target for the post-season to shoot for after the WIAA published the brackets for the boy's basketball tournament brackets on Sunday.

 

In DIvision 2, #11 Luxemburg-Casco will play at Notre Dame on February 27th for the opportunity to play #3 West De Pere.

 

In Division 3, #2 Southern Door will wait for Oconto Falls and Peshtigo to sort out who will play them on March 1st. Sturgeon Bay will open their tournament run on February 27th at home against Menominee Indian as the #6 seed. 

 

In Division 4, #3 Kewaunee has a bye until March 1st, when they play either Oconto or Coleman. The #10 Algoma Wolves will travel to face Weyauwega-Fremont on February 27th with a chance to play #2 St. Mary Catholic on March 1st.

 

In Division 5, #14 Sevastopol will travel to Gillett as #12 Gibraltar busses to Florence for a second consecutive season. 

 

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team plays their final Packerland Conference game of the season on Monday with a trip south to face the Algoma Wolves. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 7:15 p.m., followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

 

Other boys' basketball games slated for Monday include Kewaunee traveling to Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door hosting NEW Lutheran, and Sevastopol playing at home against Oconto. All games begin at 7:30 p.m.

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