Girls' basketball round-up: Southern Door, Algoma drop close matchups

The Packerland Conference featured a number of entertaining games on Thursday night.


Sevastopol returned from a one-point halftime deficit to win their game over Southern Door 53-51.


Algoma could not hold onto a five-point halftime lead to lose its matchup to Oconto 54-51.


Gibraltar challenged NEW Lutheran in the end but in the end fell to the Blazers 43-33.


Sturgeon Bay struggled in a tough 71-29 loss to Peshtigo. 


In Friday's action, Luxemburg-Casco goes for their second win this week when they play Wrightstown in NEC action.

Boys basketball round-up: Gibraltar boys look for first Packerland win on U-1021

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team heads to Green Bay on Friday to battle NEW Lutheran in Packerland Conference action.


Jake Schar scored 12 points and two others at least seven, but they could not slow down the Kewaunee Storm in their 67-46 loss on Tuesday in Fish Creek. At 23.2 points per game, Schar is responsible for more than half of the Vikings' 52.2 per game in the early going.


Honorable Mention All-State player Tristian Lynch is averaging 22.3 points on the season, but strong support from Elijah Meerstein (18.0 ppg) and Jack Henschel (9.8 ppg) has helped the Blazers jump out to a 3-1 overall record, including a 2-0 Packerland mark. The Blazers beat Algoma earlier in the week 64-45. 


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on U-1021 and beginning at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the tip-off at 7:30 p.m.


Friday's slate of games also includes Southern Door traveling to Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay visiting Peshtigo, and Algoma heading to Oconto. All Packerland Conference home games begin at 7:30 p.m.


In Thursday's action, Luxemburg-Casco fell into a 20-point hole in the first half and could not dig themselves out of it as they fell to Clintonville 58-39.


Clippineers score only points in Spartans' wrestling sweep

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's Ben Roman did something no other wrestler could do against the Luxemburg-Casco wrestling team: score points for his squad.


Roman pinned the Spartans' Brett Yunk in 1:23 for the Clippineers' lone win in a 79-6 loss to the Spartans that was filled with forfeits and other falls. 


The Spartans swept Green Bay Preble 81-0, with Isaac Jerabek's 8-2 decision against Mason Vandenbush the lone match to go longer than two periods. They started the evening with an 80-0 win over Fox Valley Lutheran in a North Eastern Conference match. Caleb Salentine had the most exciting match of the night at 220 pounds with a6-5 win by decision over the Foxes' Sam Krause.


Luxemburg-Casco 80, Fox Valley Lutheran 0

106: Jake Jandrin LC won by forfeit. 113: Michael Bostwick LC technical fall over Grant Shea 21-4. 120: Reese Barbiaux LC won by forfeit. 126: Isaac Jerabek LC won by forfeit. 132: Blakelee Bastien LC pinned Eli Stern :56. 138: Easton Worachek LC pinned Sophia Wunderlich :20. 145: Caleb Delebreau LC won by forfeit. 152: George Herlache LC pinned Tristan Hagen :53. 160: Ryan Routhieaux LC pinned Liam Murphy :25. 170: Sam Schutz LC pinned Luke Knittel 1:33. 182: Trace Schoenebeck LC pinned Aiden Hirthe :47. 195: Ezra Waege LC pinned Ethan Ruppel :43. 220: Caleb Salentine LC dec. Sam Krause 6-5. 285: Brett Yunk LC pinned Andres Sanchez 1:08.


Luxemburg-Casco 81, Green Bay Preble 0

120: Reese Barbiaux LC pinned Aidan Deal 1:33. 126: Isaac Jerabek LC dec. Mason Vandenbush 8-2. 132: Blakelee Bastien LC pinned Alex Yang 1:23. 138: Easton Worachek LC won by forfeit. 145: Caleb Delebreau LC pinned Spencer Vargas 1:10. 152: George Herlache LC pinned Bane Plzak 1:39. 160: Ryan Routhieaux LC pinned Juan Garcia 1:29. 170: Sam Schutz LC won by forfeit. 182: Trace Schoenebeck LC pinned RJ Schoenholz 3:00. 195: Ezra Waege LC pinned Calvin Veriha :59. 220: Caleb Salentine LC pinned Owen Griffin 1:15. 285: Brett Yunk LC pinned Caleb Katers 3:28. 106: Jake Jandrin LC pinned Alex Campos 1:51. 113: Michael Bostwick LC pinned Ben Rowell 3:31.


Luxemburg-Casco 79, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol 6

113: Michael Bostwick LC won by forfeit. 120: Reese Barbiaux LC won by forfeit. 126: Isaac Jerabeck LC pinned Spencer Madsen 1:14. 132: Blakelee Bastien LC won by forfeit. 138: Easton Worachek LC won by forfeit. 145: Caleb Delebreau LC won by forfeit. 152: George Herlache LC pinned Ethan Denamur :25. 160: Ryan Routhieaux LC won by forfeit. 170: Sam Schutz LC pinned Zak Wrobel :39. 182: Trace Schoenebeck LC won by forfeit. 195: Ezra Waege LC won by forfeit. 220: Caleb Salentine LC won by forfeit. 285: Ben Roman SBS pinned Brett Yunk 1:23. 106: Jake Jandrin LC won by forfeit.


In other local wrestling action, Kewaunee travels to Neenah to compete an invitational against Almond-Bancroft, Antigo, Appleton East, Berlin, Burlington, Cedarburg, Homestead, Johnson Creek, Lena, Merrill, New London, Oak Creek, Two Rivers, and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. The start time is 3:30 p.m. 


(Photo courtesy of Dan Rueckl)

Brewers end winter meetings quietly

The Milwaukee Brewers continued their relatively quiet offseason this week with the MLB winter meetings in San Diego.


The only action involving the Brewers during the winter meetings were a pair of Rule 5 Draft selections.


From the Brewers:


The Milwaukee Brewers selected right-handed pitcher Gus Varland from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round of the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft held today at the Baseball Winter Meetings in San Diego. The Brewers selected infielder Isaac Collins from the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the Triple-A phase.

The team did not lose a player in the Rule 5 Draft. The 40-man roster currently stands at 39. An updated version of the 40-man roster can be found here. 

Varland, 26, appeared in 41 games (7 starts) at Double-A Tulsa in 2022. After beginning the season as a starting pitcher, Varland made his final 34 appearances out of the bullpen, going 4-1 with a 4.67 ERA and 2 saves as a reliever. He went 3-0 with a 3.20 ERA and a save over his final 15 outings, striking out 32 batters and issuing just 5 walks over 19.2 innings during that stretch. 

Selected by Oakland in the 14th round of the 2018 First-Year Player Draft out of Concordia University, St. Paul (MN), Varland was traded to Los Angeles on Feb. 12, 2021. He is 7-10 with a 4.30 ERA in 75 career Minor League appearances (36 starts).

Collins, 25, played in 110 games at Double-A Hartford in 2022. He made 105 starts (74g at 2B, 13g in LF, 11g in CF, 5g in RF, 2g at DH). His best Minor League season came in 2021 when he batted .308 with 9 HR and 54 RBI in 95 games between Class-A Fresno (17g) and Class-A Spokane (78g). Collins was selected by Colorado in the ninth round of the 2019 First-Year Player Draft.

Girls Basketball Preview: Southern Door hosts Pioneers in Thursday's action

After some great games on Tuesday and even a buzzer beater finish, Thursday's action is set to match that with five local teams in action, two facing off against each other. 


Southern Door welcomes in Sevastopol for local battle. 


Algoma battles Oconto in the showdown for first in the Packerland. 


Gibraltar takes on NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy. 


Sturgeon Bay hosts Peshtigo. 

Spartans boys set to travel to Clintonville

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans boys basketball team will head onto the road to take on the Clintonville Truckers in NEC boys basketball play. 


The Spartans are 2-1 on the season after winning their first two games in conference play. Chase Bukouricz has burst onto the scene for the Spartans, averaging 17 points in the first three games of play. With a season high of 18 points on the season, he has emerged as the go to scorer for Luxemburg Casco this season. 


For Clintonville, they’ve started their season slower, with a record of 0-4 on the season. Their scoring has been balanced so far this season, as most of their losses have been closely contested, so points have come at a premium. Kolton Barkow has shot the ball relatively well from beyond the arc, so watch for him to potentially have a breakout game. 


Tip from Clintonville is set for 7:00 P.M. 

Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol compete in wrestling quad

Luxemburg-Casco, Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol, and two other schools will hit the mat on Thursday in a precursor for bigger tournaments this weekend.


The Spartans swept their home duals last weekend, leading things off with a 57-18 win over Port Washington before beating Bay Port 54-21. They end their day with nearly a perfect 83-0 win over Sheboygan Falls and a 55-15 win over Wisconsin Rapids. Jake Jandrin, Blakelee Bastien, Easton Worachek, and  Caleb Delebreau had perfect records on the day. 


The Clippineers saw Spencer Madsen, Zak Wrobel,  and Ben Roman all win their final match of the day to bring home a fifth-place medal in their first action of the season at the Kimberly Papermaker Wrestling Invitational. 


Green Bay Preble and Fox Valley Lutheran will also compete in the quadrangular meet, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Luxemburg-Casco High School. 

Bucks dethrone Kings

The Milwaukee Bucks pulled away late from the Sacramento Kings in their 126-113 victory on Wednesday.


The Bucks closed the door on the game in the fourth quarter after the two teams went back and forth the previous three periods, outscoring the Kings. The key to victory was the Bucks' dominance on the offensive glass and their ability to make the most of those opportunities. The Bucks grabbed 17 offensive rebounds, turning it into 25 second-chance points. Compare that to eight offensive rebounds for the Kings, which turned into 11 second-chance points.


Giannis Antetokounmpo (35 points) and Jrue Holiday (31 points) each cracked the 30-point barrier while three others scored in double figures in the win for the Bucks. Domantas Sabonis scored 23 points and Harrison Barnes added 20 points in the loss for the Kings.



Girls' Basketball Roundup: L-C wins, Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay fall

Three local high school girls’ basketball teams were in action on Tuesday night. 

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Clintonville Truckers 58-46 on the road in their second game in two nights.,

 Kewaunee Storm battled hard but  lost to Kiel 56-44 at home after playing back-to-back games as well.

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers traveled to NEW Lutheran and fell to the Blazers 59-44 in Green Bay.

Boys' Basketball Roundup: Kewaunee beats Gibraltar; Algoma, Sevastopol and Southern Door falls

Packerland Conference boys’ basketball teams were all in action Tuesday night as the hardwoods heated up in the area. 

The Kewaunee Storm used some great outside shooting to pick up a road victory with a 67-46 win over Gibraltar in Fish Creek

The Southern Door Eagles could not overcome Peshtigo Bulldogs even with Drew Daoust scoring 28 points, as the Eagles fell 65-55 at home.

The Algoma Wolves could not stop a hot NEW Lutheran Blazer team at home, and fell 64-45.

The Sevastopol Pioneers were dominated by Reedsville 75-31 in Insititute, as the Panthers rolled after leading at half 50-13. 

DCY Swim Team Wins the YMCA Finalist Invitational

At the YMCA FINALIST Meet held this past weekend at the Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center in Brown Deer WI, The DCY SWIM Team WON the Invitational, outswimming all Y Wisconsin teams and a large team from Illinois. 50 of our 135 swimmers participated, including 2 swimmers that hadn’t participated in a meet before. 


This is a great measure of our program and a tremendous team accomplishment. This is only the 2nd time we have ever won this meet. The depth of our program was displayed in this three-day meet with swimmers in all age groups that scored. DCY Swim Team had 45 Personal Best times recorded, and our top finishes were our 1st Place 8-under boys 100 yard free relay and our 9-10 Boys 200 yard free and medley relays.


For each meet the coaches chose a Performance Swimmer and a Character Swimmer .  Aiden Schley was the Performance swimmer of the meet, placing 1st or 2nd in all of his events and scoring the most points for the team. The Character Award goes to Daylia Sund, for selflessly guiding and encouraging all of our younger swimmers, when she wasn’t performing in the pool herself.  Our next meet will be the DCY Jingle Bell Meet on Saturday, December 17th in the Carla and Ellsworth Peterson Aquatic center, at the Sturgeon Bay Program Center. This all-day event will also be celebrating Max McHugh's incredible collegiate success with a personal visit and autograph session with Max at 10 AM.



Richard shoots Clippers to win over Oconto on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers took a lead early in the game, and never gave it away as the Clippers defeated the Oconto Blue Devils 74-70 on 103.3 The Clipper Tuesday night. 


Isaak Aune and Garrett Ulberg led the way early for Sturgeon Bay, as the Clippers were strong from beyond the arc throughout the whole night. The Clippers would go back and forth with the Blue Devils throughout the first half, but some strong offensive rebounding by Gannon Evers to end the half and 5 threes in the half total had Sturgeon Bay out to a 29-25 lead. 


The second half was the half of Calvin Richard. After Isaak Aune got the scoring starting for the Clippers, Calvin Richard went on a run of his own, hitting 3 of his 6 2nd half threes to put Sturgeon Bay up by 13. Carter Koch and Kadin Baxter would not go down without a fight however, as they would go on to score 17 and 25 respectively in the loss. Richard would go on to finish with 24 on 8 total threes, and key free throws down the stretch by Jackson Starr put it away for Sturgeon Bay. 


The player of the game for the Clippers was Calvin Richard, who finished with 24 points with 8 total threes throughout the game. 


Sturgeon Bay will next hit the floor when they travel to Peshtigo to take on the Bulldogs Friday night. 

Green Bay men picks up first win against IUPUI

Playing in front of their largest and rowdiest crowds in a few seasons, The Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team broke their season-long losing streak in a 68-61 win over IUPUI.


Over 3,800 fans, mostly local elementary and middle school students, saw  Zae Blake have a career day with 20 points, four assists, and three steals. His morning's highlight was a buzzer-beater three to send the Phoenix into the break up 32-24. Clarence Cummings III (16 points), and Garren Davis (13 points) also reached double figures in the victory.


The Phoenix took very little time to celebrate the victory as they boarded a bus to Chicago where they will face Loyola Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Kewaunee, Southern Door compete in wrestling quad

Two area wrestling teams will get their second taste of competitive action Tuesday night when they head to Two Rivers for a quadrangular meet.


Kewaunee, Southern Door, Denmark, and host Two Rivers will all compete in the meet. The Eagles are coming off a weekend in Stratford, where they faced Wittenberg-Birnamwood, Stratford, Wausau East, Brillion, and Crandon. 


The Storm's Mitchell Thompson picked up where he left last season off with a championship in the Papermaker Invitational in Kimberly Saturday. Thompson was one of two wrestlers finishing in the top 3 on the podium on Saturday. Ezra Ducat took third in his bracket.


Two Rivers competed in last week's Watertown Tom McGarvie Earlybird Scramble and Denmark went undefeated in the Kiel Multi-Team Duals 5-0.


First matches begin 5:30 p.m.

Boys' basketball preview: Sturgeon Bay hosts Oconto on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will play host to the Oconto Blue Devils in boys basketball Packerland Conference play Tuesday night. 


Sturgeon Bay (1-3 Overall, 0-1 Packerland) has gotten off to a slow start so far on the season, but will look to turn it around in their first home conference game this season. Isaak Aune has been a bright spot on the season so far, averaging 18.8 points per game in his four games played. If the Clippers want to change the tides, they will have to rebound the ball much better, as second chance points hurt them against the Blazers of NEW Lutheran. 


Oconto (2-1 Overall, 0-1 Packerland) is coming off of a conference loss against Southern Door where they let star point guard Drew Daoust drop 33 points. The Blue Devils will want to sure up their defense before taking on the Clippers, who will have multiple options on who can score. Oconto is led by Kadin Baxter, who has gotten off to a hot start on the young season. 


Gary Barta, Tim Kowols, and Lucas Stephenson will have the call from Sturgeon Bay on 103.3 The Clipper, 96.7 WBDK HD-2, and with pregame beginning at 7:15 and tip set for 7:30 P.M. 


Other boys' games scheduled for Tuesday include Gibraltar hosting Kewaunee, Southern Door playing at home against Peshtigo, Algoma battling NEW Lutheran, and Sevastopol staying in Institute to play Reedsville.

Girls' basketball round-up: Luxemburg-Casco edges Kewaunee in Thriller on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Lady Spartans hung on to beat the Kewaunee Storm 38-37 Monday night in a non-conference basketball game in Kewaunee.  Two free throws by Magdeline Hanmann with 4.4 second left gave the Spartans the win after a three-pointer by Kewaunee’s Gabrielle Stangel rimmed out at the buzzer.


The Spartans held the lead throughout the first half, leading by as many as six points, before going into halftime ahead 14-11.  Both team’s defenses caused numerous turnovers and cold shooting for most of the night.


Luxemburg-Casco would go up by as many as eight points, 31-23, in the second half before the Storm came rolling back to take a 37-36 lead on a Brianna Demmin jumper with about two minutes to play.


The Spartans called their last timeout with 11 seconds left and that’s when Hanmann drove to the hoop and was fouled with just over four seconds to play.  Stangel’s running three-pointer from the top of the key  just missed and L-C came away with the hard fought victory.


Hanmann led the Spartans (2-2) with 12 points and Summer Walechka paced the Storm (1-4) with 13 points.


The next broadcast of Luxemburg-Casco basketball will be on Thursday, December 22 when the girls play at 6 pm against Valders and the Boys at 7:30 pm versus Freedom for doubleheader action on 104.1 WRLU and New Radio Sports Network.  Pregame will begin at 5:45 pm with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call from Luxemburg-Casco High School. 


You can see highlights and the coaches interviews from Monday's game on this link at New Radio Sports Network. 


In other girls' basketball action from Monday night, Algoma beat Two Rivers 57-49 and Sevastopol topped Roncalli 55-37.


Tuesday's slate includes the Spartans traveling to Clintonville, the Storm hosting Kiel, and Sturgeon Bay traveling to NEW Lutheran. 


Girls basketball preview: Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee battle on 104.1 WRLU

A cross-county rivalry highlights a slate of non-conference matchups on the girls' basketball slate Monday night.


On 104.1 WRLU, Luxemburg-Casco makes the short trip south to visit Kewaunee. NEW Radio Sports Network coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.


Other games include Sevastopol hosting Roncalli (7:30 p.m.) and Algoma traveling to Two Rivers (7 p.m.). 



Penalties, Lowry's block sparks Packers comeback against the Bears

A blocked field goal by Packers defensive end Dean Lowry may have provided the needed spark for the Green Bay Packers to get past the Chicago Bears 28-19 on a sunny Sunday afternoon on the lakefront.


Things started dicey once again for the Packers as the Bears took their first possession of the day down the field for a field goal and came back later in the quarter with a 55-yard touchdown run by quarterback Justin Fields to open a ten-point advantage. 


The first points of the game for the Packers would come in the second quarter would come from the foot of Mason Crosby to make it 10-3, but the Bears would answer with a touchdown run from David Montgomery to make it 16-3. Right before halftime, Aaron Rodgers found Christian Watson in the endzone on a fourth down play to make it 16-10 at the end of the first half.


The Bears would make it a 19-10 lead as they scored the only points of the third quarter on a field goal, but the tide would turn after that. The Packers concluded a penalty-aided drive with A.J. Dillon rumbling into the endzone from 21 yards out to make it a 19-17 deficit. The Bears were driving again before the drive stalled out inside the Packers' territory. That's when Lowry made the special teams play of the season with a blocked field goal that set up the game-winning drive with Crosby kicking a 32-yard field goal. In between a pair of Fields interceptions, Watson would ice the game away with a 46-yard rushing score on a jet sweep. 


The game gave the Packers a slim one-game edge on the all-time NFL wins list, the first time there has been a switch at the top since the mid-1920s. The Packers will have their long-awaited bye week before facing the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football on December 12th.

Phoenix men in search of first win in Monday morning matchup

A case of the Mondays could mean grabbing a bowl of cereal before heading to the Resch Center for the matchup between the Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team and the IUPUI Jaguars.


The Phoenix men are still looking for their first win of the season after dropping Thursday's game against state-rival UW-Milwaukee. Green Bay is 7-8 against the Jaguars but has won four of the last five and three straight games, representing one of the few teams the Phoenix has been able to get wins against in recent years. 


The Jaguars' only win this season came against Division III Franklin University last month, losing their last four games.


Tip-off is at 11 a.m. The Phoenix women had their recent success over the Jaguars, winning Saturday's game 81-76. Sydney Levy led the Phoenix with 15 points. Julia Hartwig added a career-high 13 points and six rebounds off of the bench while Maddy Schreiber helped out with 13 points, six rebounds and two blocks.


Badgers football say hello to Arizona, goodbye to Mertz

The winds of change in Madison will blow the Wisconsin Badgers to sunny Arizona later this month.


With new head coach Luke Fickell toggling at least some of the controls, the Badgers will head to Chase Field to play Oklahoma State in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl in Phoenix on December 27th. It will mark the first time the two teams have played each other after the Cowboys finished in fifth place in the Big 12 with a 7-5 overall mark.


One Badgers player that won't make the trip is Graham Mertz, who announced via Twitter that he was entering the transfer portal. He passed for 2,130 yards, with 19 touchdowns and ten interceptions, though he saw his completion percentage drop in recent weeks while throwing more interceptions (four) than touchdowns (two) in those games. The transfer portal opens on Monday officially.


One thing that may not change is Jim Leonhard, who is still mulling options to stay on the Badgers coaching staff despite being passed over for the head coach position. Reports over the weekend had him already pegged to stay. However, during a conference call on Sunday after the bowl announcement, Fickell said that the Badgers alum was still considering options. 

Packers, Bears meet for all-time tie breaker

Even with both teams effectively out of the 2022 playoff picture, there is still a lot for the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears when they battle on the Chicago lakefront on Sunday.


The winner of Sunday's game will become the winningest team in NFL history, a bragging point for the Bears since the 1920s. Many thought the Packers would have sprinted past the Bears, but it has been easier said than done for the 4-8 squad. They lost 40-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles as they let Jalen Hurts run wild along with their other backs. Things will not get easier in that department as the Bears expect Justin Fields back in the lineup after sustaining a shoulder injury against the Falcons two weeks ago. He sat out of last week's loss to the New York Jets. 


Neither team looks like they did when the Packers won the Lambeau matchup 27-10 back in September. Both squads have sustained multiple injuries at key positions, making the result of this game anyone's guess.


Kickoff from Soldier Field is set for noon.

Gibraltar boys run away from Wabeno-Laona

A second-half run by Gibraltar took them to a 58-45 victory over Wabeno-Laona on Saturday afternoon.


Led by Jake Schar's 31 points, the Vikings outscored their hosts 27-14 to earn their first victory of the young season. Carl Burgess added nine points and Mateo Jauregui added six points in the victory. 


Carter Janesch had 14 points and Adam Seeber registered 11 points in the loss for Wabeno/Laona. 

DCU takes fifth at Plymouth Swimming Invitational

The Door County United Swimming Team rode four season-best times on Saturday to a fifth-place finish in the Plymouth Invitational.


Notable swims and finishes

  • 4th place finish in the 200 medley relay (Ezra Linnan, Jack Monfils, Logan Filar, Branden Neubauer) with a time of 1:53.24 out of a field of 13
  • 5th place finish in the 200 free relay (Neubauer, Colton Blackley, Tre Wienke, Monfils) with a time of 1:47.27 out of a field of 13
  • 5th place finish in the 400 free relay (Linnan, Blackley, George Atwell, Filar) with a time of 3:53.32 out of a field of 13


  • Neubauer took 9th in the 200 free with a time of 2:20.74 (a season best) and Atwell gained a few points at 15th with a time of 2:27.97
  • Monfils placed 2nd in the 200 IM with a time of 2:14.41 and Filar took 5th with a time of 2:20.89
  • Blackley placed 7th in the 50 free with a time of 25.52, Linnan placed 9th with a time of 26.00, and Wienke snuck in to earn some points at 14th with a time of 28.51
  • Filar took 5th in the 100 fly with a time of 1:02.82 (a season best)
  • Atwell took 12th in the 100 free with a time of 1:02.81 (a season best)
  • Blackley took 8th in the 100 back with a time of 1:08.56Monfils placed 1st in the 100 breast with a time of 1:06.33 (a season best), Linnan took 9th with a time of 1:17.91, and Neubauer took 11th with a 1:20.32

Our next meet is our home meet on Thursday, December 15. This will be parents night.

Wrestling round-up: Luxemburg-Casco sweeps duals

It was a busy Saturday for the area's wrestling teams.


Facing tough teams from across the state did not faze the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans wrestling team as they beat Bay Port, Wisconsin Rapids, Sheboygan Falls, and Port Washington.


(Photo courtesy of Dan Rueckl)


In Kimberly, Kewaunee was the top-performing team with an eighth place finish (219.5 points).  Sturgeon Bay finished in 11th place with 135 points. 

Wrestling takes center mat on Saturday

The area's wrestling teams are all in action this weekend, some for the first time this season.


Luxemburg-Casco is back in action on Saturday when they host Bay Port, Port Washington, Sheboygan Falls, and Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln beginning at 9 a.m. They beat Marinette in their season opener on Thursday.


Southern Door will travel to Stratford for a series of dual meets on Saturday at 9 a.m. The Eagles will face a combination of Wausau East, Brillion, Wittenberg-Birnamwood, the host school, and Crandon.


Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol is scheduled for two different tournaments at Kimberly at 8 a.m. and Little Chute at 10 a.m.


Kewaunee is scheduled for just the tournament at Kimberly at 8 a.m.

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