Tuesday volleyball recap

Southern Door capped off a great conference season and Gibraltar picked up a road win on Tuesday.


The Eagles finished 8-0 in the Packerland Conference after knocking off Algoma 3-0 at home Tuesday night. Southern Door won each set by similar scores, 25-19, 25-18 and 25-20.


Gibraltar took care of Sevastopol on the road in three sets, 25-20, 25-17 and 25-22. The Vikings were led by Agne Zukauskaite and Abbi Sitte.


Kewaunee went on the road to play Peshtigo and no score has been reported from that match.

Tuesday soccer recap - another Vikings victory

Gibraltar/Sevastopol picked up their second straight big conference win and Luxemburg-Casco got a late equalizer to tie on the road on Tuesday.


One night after knocking off the top team, Sturgeon Bay, in the Packerland Conference, Gibraltar/Sevastopol took care of the second-best team Green Bay NEW Lutheran by a final score of 3-1. The Vikings are now second place in the Packerland with a 6-1-3 record in the conference.


Griffin Saldana scored in the 88th minute for Luxemburg-Casco on the road against Clintonville to tie the Truckers 2-2. The Spartans led 1-0 at the half, then Clintonville scored two goals to take in the lead in the second half before the tying goal by Saldana.

Soccer tournament seeds announced

The season may still be going, but area soccer teams already know where they will be going to start their state run to Milwaukee.


In Division 3, Luxemburg-Casco will play at home on October 22nd against conference foe Wrightstown with the opportunity to face either Marinette or Sheboygan Falls two days later.


In Division 4, Sturgeon Bay will host the winner of Howards Grove and Kewaunee on October 24th. Gibraltar/Sevastopol and Algoma will have road contests on October 24th, playing Kohler and Winnebago Lutheran respectively.

Four radio games scheduled for final weekend

The radio stations of will cover four football games this Friday night on the final regular-season weekend of 2019.


Gibraltar is shooting for playoff positioning when they travel to Wausaukee for a conference matchup on 105.1 The Viking.


Luxemburg-Casco could still get into the playoffs with a win at Wrightstown on 96.7 WBDK.


Sevastopol can play spoiler on its homecoming night when it hosts Wabeno/Laona on 104.1 WRLU.


Southern Door hopes to do the same for Bonduel when it travels for a road matchup on 102.1 MORE FM.


Other local matchups includes Kewaunee hoping to win an outright conference title with a win at home against Peshtigo and Algoma completing its first eight-man football season with a win at Elkhart Lake/Glenbeulah.

Volleyball preview: Jockeying for seeding

There is still some wiggle room in the Packerland Conference before this Saturday's tournament.


Matches tonight include Kewaunee traveling to Peshtigo, Southern Door hosting Algoma for its Parents' Night celebration, and Gibraltar traveling to Sevastopol.


For some teams, this is their last action of the season before Saturday's conference tournament at Southern Door and WIAA Tournament games at campus sites beginning next week.

Packers tip Lions on late FG

Detroit's Matt Prater kicked five field goals but it was Mason Crosby's third of the night that gave the Green Bay Packers the 23-22 victory over the rival Lions.


It did not look good from the very beginning for the Packers as they were outscored 10-0 in the first quarter thanks in part to two long passing plays from the Lions' Matt Stafford. The Packers got on the scoreboard late in the second quarter down 13-0 thanks to five-yard pitch play to Jamaal Williams and Crosby's first field goal of the night. The Lions would hit three more field goals before calls started to tilt in favor of the Packers. One helped set up a 35-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to reserve wide receiver Allen Lazard and another helped set up the game-winning field goal.


The Packers have a short week to prepare for their next opponent, the Oakland Raiders. That is a noon start at Lambeau Field.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol pulls massive upset over Sturgeon Bay on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team had not lost a Packerland Conference game since joining the league in the 2017 season...until Monday night. Gibraltar/Sevastopol scored a goal in the 6th minute in the game and then held on the final 84 minutes to come away with a 1-0 shocking upset victory. The game was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and Kiegan Sargent knocked a shot past Clipper goalkeeper Joe Wind for the only score of the match.


Sturgeon Bay Head Coach Todd Maas was worried before the game about his team coming out flat after picking up a big victory on Saturday on the road against Notre Dame in Green Bay. He also said the team doesn't ever seem to play well at Gibraltar and both worries ended up being legitimate. Sturgeon Bay was also without their star forward Eli Dietzel who was out with a hip flexor injury. Coach Maas hopes to have him back for when the playoffs begin next Thursday.


Sturgeon Bay had a rush of good goal-scoring opportunities in the last 25 minutes or so of the game but couldn't put a ball past Viking goalkeeper Hayden Hoffman who was always in the right position to make a save.


Gibraltar/Sevastopol will try to beat another team above them in the Packerland standings on Tuesday when they host Green Bay NEW Lutheran, kickoff at 6:30 PM. Sturgeon Bay will have a couple of days to rest before their next game on Thursday at home against Algoma. That game will be broadcast on 103.3 The Clipper and with the pregame starting at 6 PM and kickoff at 7.  Other action locally includes Luxemburg-Casco playing at Clintonville and Algoma hosting Freedom.

Sturgeon Bay soccer looks to avoid letdown on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay High School's boys soccer team returns to the pitch on Monday night and you can hear the game on 103.3 The Clipper. Sturgeon Bay will be at Gibraltar High School to take on the Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers. Sturgeon Bay's last game was Saturday afternoon against at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay in a non-conference game. The Clippers topped ND 2-0. Sturgeon Bay scored twice in the first ten minutes and held on for the shut out.

Sturgeon Bay will try for their 30th straight Packerland Conference victory against the Vikineers. Gibraltar/Sevastopol enters the game at 6-2-6 overall on the season and 4-1-3 in the conference. These two teams have not played each other yet. They were supposed to matchup on October 1st at Sturgeon Bay and got rained out. Then the makeup game on Friday was also postponed due to rain. The pregame starts at 6 PM with kickoff at 6:30 on 103.3 The Clipper and


Packerland Conference releases fall standings

Suring football (eight-man), Sturgeon Bay soccer, and Southern Door volleyball find themselves alone in first place in the most recent standings released by the Packerland Conference while Kewaunee football is currently tied with Peshtigo in eleven-man.


There is still plenty of time for the standings to get shuffled in the final week of play ahead of the playoffs and conference tournaments. Cross country will settle its champion on Thursday when Gibraltar hosts the Packerland Conference meet on Thursday.


Click the links below for the standings.


11-man football

8-man football



Packers look to break streak against Lions

The Green Bay Packers hope to get back to their winning ways against their NFC North rival when the Detroit Lions come into town for Monday Night Football.


The Packers had won every Wisconsin matchup dating back to 1992 before their current two-game losing streak at Lambeau against the Lions. Both teams come into the game with just one loss to their name, though this is the Lions' first game within the division. The Lions are ranked ahead of the Packers in many statistical categories on both sides of the ball including yards and points.


Kick-off is schedule for 7:15 p.m.

Soccer preview: Kewaunee soccer to play two

It is a light slate of high school sports in Door and Kewaunee Counties, so leave it up to the Kewaunee soccer team to pick up the slack.


Kewaunee will play a doubleheader against Stockbridge at home beginning at 4 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. The two teams will play a pair of matches with 30-minute halves.


The only other action across all sports is Sturgeon Bay traveling to Fish Creek to face Gibraltar/Sevastopol on 103.3 The Clipper.


Tuesday's slate is a little heavier with Luxemburg-Casco traveling to Clintonville to take on the Truckers, Algoma playing at home against Freedom, and the Vikineers hosting its second game in two days when NEW Lutheran pays them a visit.




Bucks come back to tip Wizards

The Milwaukee Bucks outscored the Washington Wizards 31-25 in the fourth quarter to win the game by the same margin, 115-108.


Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe each got the night off as both team continue to march towards regular season action. Khris Middleton led the way for the Bucks with 22 points while Ersan Illyasova and three other players scored in double-figures. Bradley Beal led the Wizards in scoring with 20 points in the loss.


The Bucks are back in action Thursday night when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves in Milwaukee.

Kewaunee volleyball winless at Oconto Falls Invite

Kewaunee High School's volleyball team was winless on Saturday at an invitational at Oconto Falls. The team dropped all ten sets it played but the Storm came tantalizingly close to breaking through and picking up some victories. Scores from Saturday's action:

Freedom: 19-25, 16-25
Oconto Falls: 23-25, 24-26
NEW Lutheran: 14-25, 17-25
Peshtigo: 17-25, 15-25
Chilton: 24-26, 20-25

Kewaunee gets another crack at Peshtigo on Tuesday night. The Storm are at the Bulldogs beginning at 7 PM.


Southern Door volleyball wins Brillion Invite

Southern Door High School's volleyball team won the Brillion Invite without dropping a set. The Eagles picked up four wins on Saturday. The scores for each match were:

Green Bay West: 25-6, 25-7
Stockbridge: 25-7, 25-11
Coleman: 25-22, 25-13
Brillion: 25-19, 29-27

Southern Door remains perfect in Packerland Conference play as well. The Eagles are rounding into their best form of the year. Southern Door is back in action on Tuesday night hosting the Algoma Wolves.


*Thank you to coach Craig Kain for providing the scores.


Sturgeon Bay knocks off Notre Dame on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team wanted a chance to show what it could do against better competition and did just that with a victory over Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon. Two early goals was all Sturgeon Bay needed and held on for a 2-0 win on the road. The game was broadcasted on 103.3 The Clipper and 


Carson Dvorak scored a goal in the 4th minute and Robert Alas added one in the 10th. The Clipper defense, led by senior Adison Benzinger, was stellar in preserving the shutout.


Notre Dame came in to the game at 12-6-1 overall playing against better competition as the Tritons are a Division 3 team. They were able to recover after a rough start and played even the last 80 minutes.


Weather was a factor as the temperature for the game was about 40 degrees and wind gusts got up to 35 MPH.


Sturgeon Bay will next be in action back in Packerland Conference play on Monday. The Clippers will travel up to Fish Creek to take on the Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers. You have a chance to hear the game on 103.3 The Clipper and The pregame show will begin at 6 PM and kickoff at 6:30 with Jonathan Bregman and Bryan Mazur on the call.

Wisconsin hockey drops season opener

The Wisconsin Badgers men's hockey team is out east for the first weekend of the season. Friday night they faced off against 10th ranked Boston College. BC jumped out to a 4-1 lead early in the second period. The Eagles blitzed the Badgers with a pair of seniors. Julius Mattila had two goals and David Cotton tallied a goal and an assist. 

Wisconsin regrouped though and made it a game. At the end of the 2nd period it was 4-3 Boston College following goals from Wisconsin's Owen Lindmark and Cole Caufield. Daniel Lebedeff got the start between the pipes for the Badgers making saves on 23 of BC's 28 shots on goal.


Milwaukee Bucks improve to 3-0 in preseason

The Milwaukee Bucks have a five-game NBA preseason slate this season and they've won the first three following a 118-111 triumph Friday in Dallas. Giannis Antetokounmpo paced the team with 34 points in just 23 minutes. Antetokounmpo shot 65% from the field, went 5-5 at the line, and added 11 rebounds. Other Bucks who stood out offensively were Ersan Ilyasova with 18 points and Dragan Bender who netted 17. The final margin was seven points but for much of the game Milwaukee led by more than that. At the end of three quarters it was 99-82 in favor of the Bucks.

The Bucks take the court again in Washington tomorrow evening at 5 PM.


Gibraltar topples Sevastopol on 105.1 The Viking

Gibraltar had to rely on its ground game to get past its county rival Sevastopol Friday night, winning 36-14 on 105.1 The Viking.


The cold, wet, and windy conditions kept the Vikings' air game grounded, but their only completion seemed to help the offense settle into the game. After a 31 yard completion to Alex Laughlin, Brandon Stillman was able to punch it in from 10 yards out to give the Vikings the early lead. Luke Steebs would add another touchdown at the end of the half to make it 16-0 at the break. 


The Pioneers and the Vikings traded scores in the third quarter with Spencer Evenson and Laughlin each scoring from inside the ten-yard line. After Triston Beauchamp made it a one-score game for the Pioneers, Laughlin and Steebs each scored touchdowns to put the game out of reach. The two teams combined for close to 600 yards of rushing compared to just 57 yards passing.


The Vikings continue their quest for a conference championship next Friday night at Wausaukee. 105.1 The Viking will make the trip with coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.





Algoma and Kewaunee football win Friday

The football teams of Algoma High School and Kewaunee High School extended their winning streaks Friday night. Both teams rolled to comfortable victories. Full recaps are available at the links provided or you can visit


Algoma scored 54 unanswered points in response to an early Saint Mary Catholic score.


Kewaunee scored the first 43 points of their game at home against Oconto


Southern Door halftime lead slips away

Southern Door High School's football team got off to a fast start Friday night thanks to three first half Peshtigo turnovers but the script was flipped in the second half. The Bulldogs pulled away late to down Southern Door 42-27. Alex Daoust intercepted Peshtigo's Will Boettcher on the first two possessions with Marcus Marchant scooping up a fumble on the third. 

Nick Baudhuin had a 27-yard touchdown run off left tackle and Daoust threw a 16-yard score to capitalize on those turnovers giving Southern Door a 12-0 lead. Senior running back Jerad Jandt brought Peshtigo back. At half, it was 20-16. In the final 24 minutes, Jandt shone with several rushing touchdowns helping Peshtigo to the win. Southern Door's only score of the second half was an Alex Daoust option keeper on third-and-goal from the 14. Southern Door ends the year next Friday at Bonduel.


Nick Baudhuin takes handoff from Alex Daoust.


Clipper soccer with big non-conference matchup on 103.3 The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay soccer hasn't had much of a problem in the Packerland Conference so the Clippers are going out of their league for a tougher matchup. Notre Dame is a strong division 3 team and Sturgeon Bay will go on the road to play them in a Saturday matinee. The Clippers have won each conference game so far this season by at least three goals. Notre Dame comes into this game at 12-6-1 overall and 5-2-1 in the Fox River Classic Conference. The Tritons are coming off a 3-2 loss to Bay Port on their home field. Sturgeon Bay is 14-2-1 overall and coming off the Kewaunee victory.


The two teams have built up a bit of a rivalry in recent years. They played each other every year from 2013 to 2017 and were scheduled to play last season but the game was canceled. Notre Dame won 4 of those 5 matchups with Sturgeon Bay's only win coming in 2016.


You can hear the game live on 103.3 The Clipper and starting with the pregame show at 11:30 AM and kickoff at noon.

Spartans fall to Mustangs 6-0 in OT on WBDK

In a defensive-dominated game, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans lost in overtime to the Little Chute Mustangs 6-0 at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  With less than ideal field conditions, both teams relied heavily on their rushing attacks all evening long.  The Spartans had numerous opportunities in the first half to get on the board, including a missed field goal in the first quarter and quarterback Matt Cravillion was stopped at the one yard line as time expired in the first half.  

 Both teams played a field position game in the second half with the Spartans getting down to the Little Chute 15 yard line in the final minute only to lose ten yards on two plays before kicker John Larson slipped and missed a 40 yard field goal at the end of regulation.
In the overtime, Mustang running back Jacob Debruin scored on a two yard run to give the Mustangs the 6-0 lead.  The Spartans could not muster any positive yardage on their first three plays in overtime and a desperation pass on 4th down by Owen Deprez fell short in the end zone to end the game.

The Spartans outgained the Mustangs 261-184 in total yards as Cravillion and Reece Worachek combined for 189 yards in rushing but it was not enough as Little Chute defense bended but did not break all night.  

Luxemburg-Casco (3-4, 3-5 overall) will now travel to Wrightstown next Friday in a must-win game to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)


Sevastopol winning streak ends on 104.1 WRLU

The Sevastopol Pioneers football team had a couple of three-game winning streaks that came to an end on Friday night at Gibraltar in a game broadcasted on 104.1 WRLU and 105.1 The Viking. Sevastopol was coming into the contest winning three in a row after starting the season off 0-4. The Pioneers also had taken three in a row from their rival Gibraltar. On a cold, wet, windy night Gibraltar prevailed 36-14.


Sevastopol was able to force three Gibraltar turnovers after forcing five last week. But the Vikings were able to get enough offense from their running attack with Alex Laughlin and Luke Steebs each running for over 150 yards.


After a scoreless first quarter, Gibraltar got two touchdown runs in the second quarter from the quarterback Steebs. Sevastopol finally got on the board in the third quarter after the Pioneers recovered a fumble deep in Gibraltar territory. Spencer Evenson ran in a touchdown from five yards out. Alex Laughlin got a touchdown run for Gibraltar to extend the lead to 22-8. Triston Beauchamp brought Sevastopol back within one score with a touchdown run of this own. Gibraltar was able to seal the game with two late touchdowns to pull out a victory that probably wasn't as lopsided as the final score might indicate.


Sevastopol is now 3-5 overall on the season and 3-4 in the MONLPC. The Pioneers have a chance to get back to .500 in the conference with a home win next week against Wabeno/Laona. That game will be on 104.1 WRLU and The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Volleyball recap: Southern Door hangs on against Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles held onto their undefeated conference record in the Packerland to lead the volleyball action Thursday.


The Eagles went back and forth with Gibraltar, eventually prevailing 3-2.


Luxemburg- Casco swept away conference rival Freedom 3-0.


Algoma won the final two sets of its 3-1 victory over Sturgeon Bay.


Click on the links above for match recaps from



Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District's Facebook page





Cross-country recap: Luxemburg-Casco takes third in Fameree Invitational

The Luxemburg-Casco girls cross country team took advantage of its home course Thursday afternoon, cruising to a 3rd place finish.


Alyssa Delebreau was able to lead the Spartans to the podium finish with an 18th place finish overall. Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel was the top local finisher in the girls' race, running a 20:04 on the 5K course. Kewaunee's James Cullen was the top local finisher in the boys' race while leading the Storm to a fourth-place finish. 


Click on the school for individual results from




Sturgeon Bay

Southern Door



In Brillion, Anthony Casanas and Betsy Lecy lead their respective teams for Gibraltar in their Thursday afternoon cross country meet. The girls' team took sixth while the boys did not have enough runners to score.


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