Baseball preview: Sturgeon Bay faces NEW Lutheran on The Clipper

Sturgeon Bay will try to build some positive momentum heading into the WIAA Baseball Tournament when they travel to Green Bay to face NEW Lutheran.


The Clippers snapped their four-game losing skid with a 6-1 win over Sevastopol in their last game. Emmett Brascnewitz and Curt Meyer each had two RBIs, while Caleb Plzak and Gavin Fernandez each drove in one in the Clippers victory.


The Blazers swept Algoma last week but were beat 11-4 by Crivitz on Saturday. They are 5-8 overall with a 2-7 Packerland mark.


Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call on 103.3/96.7 WBDK-HD 2 The Clipper and beginning at 4:00 p.m. with the first pitch at 4:30 p.m.


Other games with 4:30 p.m. starts include Gibraltar traveling to Hilbert and Southern Door visiting Oconto.


The WIAA also announced the tournament field this week with Gibraltar and Southern Door earning number one seeds. You can find the matchups below:



May 26th: Sturgeon Bay at Luxemburg-Casco



May 26th: Kewaunee vs. Hilbert/Stockbridge

May 31st: Southern Door vs. the winner of Manitowoc Lutheran and Brillion



May 26th: Sevastopol vs. NEW Lutheran

May 26th: Algoma at Reedsville

May 31st: Gibraltar/Washington Island vs. the winner of Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran


Softball preview: Playoffs begin Thursday

Three local softball teams will try to keep their seasons alive Thursday as the WIAA tournament gets underway.


Sturgeon Bay will face conference foe Kewaunee at 5 p.m. in a Division 3 matchup. 


Gibraltar will head to Crivitz for a Division 4 matchup at 4:30 p.m.


Sevastopol will watch the matchup between Goodman/Pembine and Oneida Nation to see which team they will host as the number one seed on May 24th. That's also when Southern Door faces Wrightstown, Luxemburg-Casco welcomes Little Chute, and Algoma travels to Coleman.





Alexander officially signs extension with Packers

The Green Bay Packers have locked up its premier cornerback for next four years.


General Manager Brian Gutekunst announced Wednesday the organization's signing of Jaire Alexander to a four-year extension.'s Ryan Wood reports that the deal will pay Alexander $84 million over the four years with a record $30 million signing bonus. That makes Alexander the highest-paid cornerback in the year. 


Since being drafted by the Packers in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Alexander has posted 203 tackles (151 solo), seven tackles for a loss, 1½ sacks, five interceptions, 54 passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery. A shoulder injury kept him out of much of the 2021 campaign.

Braves Shutout Brewers

Milwaukee pitcher Adrian Houser went six strong innings, allowing  only one unearned run, but the Brewers could not muster any offense against the Atlanta Braves Tuesday night in a 3-0 shutout.


The Braves scored on an error by third baseman Mike Brosseau in the fifth inning and added two more runs on a booming home run by Marcell Ozuna in the eighth inning to seal the victory. 

Milwaukee could only manage five hits all night and Braves starter Tucker Davidson picked up his first win of the season, allowing only three hits in five innings. 


The Braves (17-20) and  Brewers (23-14) will play the rubber game of the three-game series Wednesday at American Family Field with first pitch set for 12:10 pm.  


Kewaunee boys, Sturgeon Bay girls capture Packerland track crown

The Sturgeon Bay girls and the Kewaunee boys track teams were the big winners at the Packerland Conference Championships on Monday in Brussels.


The Clippers girls scored 143 points, topping second-place Southern Door (123) and third place Gibraltar (83). Cate Anderson swept the hurdles events, Hannah Sternard won every jump event, Andrea Wilke captured the pole vault crown, and the 4x400m relay dominated to pace the Clippers.


The Storm boys scored 212 points to beat second-place Southern Door (116) and third place Peshtigo (114). Kewaunee's Ben Heim won the 100m, 200m, and 400m, Cameron Cullen captured the 800m, 1600m, and 3200m titles, and the team swept all four relays.


 Womens Varsity

1.Sturgeon Bay143

2.Southern Door123







9.Green Bay NEW Lutheran27


Mens Varsity


2.Southern Door116


4.Sturgeon Bay75


6.Green Bay NEW Lutheran55





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Girls soccer round-up: L-C, Sturgeon Bay battle conference foes

The Luxemburg-Casco and Sturgeon Bay soccer teams will keep things in the conference Tuesday night.


The Clippers head south to face Two Rivers in an EWC/Packerland matchup at 4:30 p.m.


The Spartans will stay at home for a 6:30 p.m. tilt against Waupaca.

Softball round-up: Eagles nip Wolves

The Southern Door Eagles' extra innings victory highlighted one of the final games before Thursday's start of the WIAA softball Tournament.


The Eagles pushed across two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat Algoma 7-6.


Sevastopol only needed five innings to sink Sturgeon Bay 13-0.


On the final day of the regular season, it will be Algoma traveling to Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee hosting St. Mary Catholic, and Sturgeon Bay battling Peshtigo for 4:30 games. 

DCBL Recap: Egg Harbor topples on Baileys Harbor on 105.1 The GOAT

The Egg Harbor Indians easily won the first battle of the harbors this Door County Baseball League, beating Baileys Harbor 18-2.


The Indians scored three runs in the second inning and four in the sixth inning to put the game out of reach with plenty of room for error. The A's scored their single tallies in the first and fourth innings. 


In other action, West Jacksonport doubled up Sister Bay 10-5, Maplewood nipped Kolberg 11-9, and Washington Island beat Institute 15-3.

Softball brackets released, Sevastopol top D5 seed

The area's softball teams have a better idea where they will be heading over the next several weeks when the WIAA Tournament begins on Thursday.


Sevastopol drew a top seed in Division 5 while Luxemburg-Casco (D2), Southern Door (D3), and Algoma (D4) will have a few days more to prepare for their playoff action. Below is the schedule of the local teams and where they will be heading, along with where they will be broadcast if applicable. 



May 24th: Luxemburg-Casco vs. Little Chute 4:30 p.m. (104.1 WRLU. Broadcast begins at 4 p.m.)



May 19th: Sturgeon Bay at Kewaunee 5 p.m.

May 24th: Southern Door at Wrightstown 5 p.m.



May 19th: Gibraltar/Washington Island at Crivitz  4:30 p.m. (105.1 The GOAT Broadcast begins at 4 p.m.)

May 24th: Algoma at Coleman 5 p.m.



May 24th: Sevastopol vs. Oneida Nation/Goodman-Pembine Winner 


There are still games on the docket for Monday including Algoma at Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay at Sevastopol, and NEW Lutheran at Gibraltar.

High School Baseball Preview: Sturgeon Bay visits Sevastopol

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball makes the short trip north on Highway 57 to face Sevastopol in Institute on Monday.


The Clippers were only able to squeeze one of its two games in last week against Peshtigo, falling 5-3 to the Bulldogs. Emmett Braschnewitz had a single and a double with two RBI in the loss. 


The Pioneers lost to Gibraltar 17-9 in its last game. Jack de Young, Frankie Ash, and Nick Peterson all had three hits and two RBI in the loss.


Other baseball games occurring on Monday include Luxemburg-Casco hosting Clintonville (4:30 p.m.) and Algoma traveling to Southern Door (5 p.m.).



Southern Door hosts Packerland track championships

Southern Door High School will be the scene where a new champion will be crowned in Packerland track and field.


In last year's conference championships hosted at Peshtigo, the Sevastopol girls and the Kewaunee boys won their respective titles. At the relays meet held earlier this season, the Southern Door girls and the Kewaunee boys were crowned champions in Algoma.


The first events will begin in Brussels at 3:30 p.m. 

DCBL Preview: Egg Harbor welcomes Baileys Harbor on 105.1 The GOAT

The battle of the harbors goes to the bayside Sunday as Egg Harbor welcomes Baileys Harbor.


Both teams were on the opposite sides of blowouts last week with the Indians pounding Institute 26-1 while the A's were on the short end of a 18-1 decision to Washington Island.


Quinn Struck and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 1 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 1:30 p.m.


Other Door County Baseball League games scheduled for 1:30 p.m. starts include West Jacksonport visiting Sister Bay, Institute hosting Washington Island, and Maplewood trekking to Kolberg. 

Pioneers softball sweeps Algoma

The Sevastopol Pioneers softball team made the most of their two games against Algoma on Saturday, winning both of them.


GAME 1. Sevastopol 7, Algoma 3
Bailey Rikkola went a perfect 4-4 with a double and Kristen Daubner went 2-4 with 3 RBIs. Libby Ash was the winning pitcher, striking out 7 and allowing 5 hits.

GAME 2. Sevastopol 6, Algoma 1
Addison Schauske was the winning pitcher, striking out 5 and allowing 4 hits. Jolene Luedtke went 2-3. Alaina Schopf went 2-2 with a double. Naomi Rikkola went 1-1 with a triple.

Eagles baseball sweeps Cedar Grove-Belgium

 The Southern Door Eagles' offense was on for both ends of a doubleheader on Saturday, beating Cedar Grove-Belgium 6-3 and 6-1.


In game one, Jared Hawkey was the winning pitcher with 3 IP in relief. He allowed 0 hits while recording 6 strikeouts. Christian Counard hit a double in the victory.

In game two, Joey Jeanquart went the distance, allowing just two hits with 7 punchouts. Nic Pierre led the way offensively with two RBI.


The Eagles improved to 14-2 on the season. 

Clippers soccer falls at Xavier

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team kept it close in the first half but host Xavier pushed forward as they went on to win 3-0 Saturday.


Andrea Brizuela Seijo snuck one goal and Keira Peterson got two goals passed Clippers goalkeeper Drew Starr to take the victory. 

Larson, Thiry, Holschuh win NEC Track titles

Both teams took fourth but three Luxemburg-Casco athletes took home top honors at Friday's NEC Championships.


John Larson won the 300m hurdles to pace the boys team while Taylor Thiry (shot put) and Grace Holschuh (long jump) won title to lead the girls.



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Isaac Vandenbush11.54aLuxemburg-Casco

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

5.12Isaac Vandenbush11.64aLuxemburg-Casco

25.9Andrew Klass12.40a PRLuxemburg-Casco

28.12Burke Holzworth12.84a PRLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.11Logan Vandermause23.54aLuxemburg-Casco

16.11Jack Rollin24.46a PRLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.9Hudson Thiry56.82a PRLuxemburg-Casco

11.10Trevor Beaupre58.31aLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.11Spencer Thiry2:07.83aLuxemburg-Casco

9.11Ty Tenor2:20.44aLuxemburg-Casco

11.10Lance Chervosky2:25.27aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.11Spencer Thiry4:56.31aLuxemburg-Casco

--11Gabriel HavelSCRLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.11Gabriel Havel10:47.79aLuxemburg-Casco

12.9Kyan Lynts11:22.80a PRLuxemburg-Casco

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals

2.12John Larson15.28a PRLuxemburg-Casco

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims

2.12John Larson15.88aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals

1.12John Larson40.33a PRLuxemburg-Casco

12.11Connor Leppiaho50.30aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Andrew Klass

12Burke Holzworth

12Clay Peppin

10Ezra Waege

51.21aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


12Isaac Vandenbush

12John Larson

11Jack Rollin

11Logan Vandermause

1:33.49aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Hudson Thiry

11Spencer Thiry

10Trevor Beaupre

11Logan Vandermause

DQLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Gabriel Havel

10Lance Chervosky

11Ty Tenor

9Hudson Thiry

9:19.00aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals

11.12Matthew Ledvina37-11.50Luxemburg-Casco

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals

8.12Matthew Ledvina134-04 PRLuxemburg-Casco

16.10Logan Guillette96-01Luxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

6.11Jack Rollin5-04.00Luxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

5.11George Herlache11-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

9.11TJ Kuhn9-06.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

2.12Isaac Vandenbush20-08.00Luxemburg-Casco

4.10Trevor Beaupre20-01.00Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

4.12Isaac Vandenbush41-03.50 PRLuxemburg-Casco

8.10Trevor Beaupre39-00.75 PRLuxemburg-Casco

11.11Jack Rollin35-01.00 SRLuxemburg-Casco



7.10Gabrielle Wech13.24aLuxemburg-Casco

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

6.10Gabrielle Wech13.24a SRLuxemburg-Casco12.10Mackenzie Turner13.89aLuxemburg-Casco13.10Danica Mrotek13.94a PRLuxemburg-Casco

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.9McKenna Rank28.35a PRLuxemburg-Casco11.10Gabrielle Wech28.62aLuxemburg-Casco

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Micaela Boucher1:06.75aLuxemburg-Casco8.10Eva Hau1:08.59aLuxemburg-Casco10.11Eva Junion1:14.72aLuxemburg-Casco

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.9Grace Havel2:49.40aLuxemburg-Casco13.10Elizabeth Rank3:00.02aLuxemburg-Casco

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.12Megan Vandermause6:09.09aLuxemburg-Casco12.12Alyssa Delebreau6:43.33aLuxemburg-Casco

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.11Madilyn Bevins12:55.36aLuxemburg-Casco5.12Megan Vandermause13:44.01aLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals

4.11Alexis Vogt17.72aLuxemburg-Casco5.10Grace Seering17.86a PRLuxemburg-Casco

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims

5.11Alexis Vogt17.70aLuxemburg-Casco7.10Grace Seering18.16aLuxemburg-Casco

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

2.10Grace Seering52.06aLuxemburg-Casco3.9Elaina Holschuh53.19aLuxemburg-Casco

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Danica Mrotek

12Madelyn Smith

10Mackenzie Turner

11Alexis Vogt

55.16aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Gabrielle Wech

11Emily Ropson

12Grace Holschuh

9McKenna Rank

1:52.40aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Grace Seering

12Micaela Boucher

9Elaina Holschuh

9McKenna Rank

4:22.33aLuxemburg-Casco - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Madilyn Bevins

12Alyssa Delebreau

9Grace Havel

12Megan Vandermause

10:54.56aLuxemburg-Casco - A

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

1.12Taylor Thiry39-07.75Luxemburg-Casco10.11Linsey Pardowsky29-05.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

12.11Lily Giese77-09Luxemburg-Casco--12Taylor ThiryDQLuxemburg-Casco

High Jump Varsity - Finals

4.12Grace Holschuh4-10.00Luxemburg-Casco5.11Autumn Flynn4-10.00 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

9.11Emily Ropson7-06.00Luxemburg-Casco

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

1.12Grace Holschuh15-09.50Luxemburg-Casco

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

2.12Grace Holschuh32-09.00Luxemburg-Casco8.11Autumn Flynn31-01.50 PRLuxemburg-Casco

Eagles softball blows past Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles softball team nearly put up 10-plus runs in two innings on Friday en route to a 23-2 victory in three innings over Gibraltar.


The Eagles scored nine runs in the first inning and 12 in the second to set the stage for the short evening. Six different players registered RBI for the Eagles, led by five from Chloe Lustila and three from Colbie Jauquet. Delfosse picked up the win for the Eagles from the pitcher's circle while Lustila closed things out. Both pitchers struck out three.


The Vikings were able to score in their half of the third inning their first runs since April 23rd. Pamela Prescott was credited with an RBI with one of the Vikings' two hits on the day. 

Big innings give Eagles win over Vikings on 105.1 The GOAT

A pair of four-run innings and a great pitching performance from Christian Counard was all the Southern Door Eagles needed to beat the Gibraltar Vikings Friday night 8-2 in Fish Creek.


The Vikings were able to get base runners on in every inning but the sixth against the Eagles' pitching, only to be denied by the arms of Christian Counard and Charlie Neinas along with sound defense behind them. Counard struck out five over his five innings pitched while allowing a handful of hits. Neinas struck out four in his two innings of work.


The Eagles scored four in the third inning with with a hit by pitch registering the first run and a single by Neinas driving in some additional Eagles. After Brady Kita scored in the third inning, the Eagles would score four more in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach. Logan Jeanquart registered three RBI on the night. Jack Peterson and Tyler Neinas also had two hits. 


Kita would come around to score again in the fifth inning to make it an 8-2 ballgame. Sam Lindenberg had four hits in the game for the Vikings while Kita also had multiple hits in the loss. 


The Eagles host Cedar Grove/Belgium for a pair tomorrow morning at 11 a.m.



Baseball round-up: Gibraltar hosts Southern Door on 105.1 The GOAT

Gibraltar will battle Southern Door for a doubleheader at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek after a night of mixed results for both teams.


The Vikings struggled again against Kewaunee, losing their game 12-2. Brady Kita had a pair of hits for the Vikings, while Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole registered RBI. An eight-run third inning for the Storm ultimately doomed the Vikings. Thomas Stangel and Cal Ihlenfeldt collected three RBI apiece, while Ihlenfeldt pitched all five innings, allowing one run on six hits with six strikeouts.


The Eagles were scheduled for a doubleheader against Oconto, but no results were posted and were possibly affected by Thursday's storm pattern. They mercy-ruled Green Bay East/West earlier in the week.


Tim Kowols and Quinn Struck will have the call at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and


Other scores from across the area included Luxemburg-Casco falling to Notre Dame 7-6 and Sturgeon Bay losing to Peshtigo 5-3.


Friday''s games include the Spartans traveling to Fox Valley Lutheran. Saturday's games include Southern Door hosting Cedar Grove/Belgium at 11 a.m., Algoma at North Fond du Lac at noon, and Kewaunee visiting Racine Park High School at 1:15 p.m.


Soccer Round-Up: Clippers Soccer team edges Vikineers at Baileys Harbor on The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Girls Soccer team traveled to Baileys Harbor on Thursday night, and after a slight delay due to lightning in the area, the girls picked up the win.


It was an exciting first half, and the Sevastopol/Gibraltar Vikineers had opportunities in the first half, including a penalty kick after a foul occurred just inside the 18-yard box. The PK ended up going just high of the goal. After a few halftime adjustments, the Clippers came out strong in the second half and were able to grab the go-ahead goal in the 63rd minute. Emma Reichel had the game's only goal, which was enough for Clippers to leave Bailey's Harbor with the victory. Last night was Parent's night for the Vikineers. 


The next broadcast of Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer is scheduled for Tuesday against Kiel. The Clippers will play against Xavier Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Playing in the Bay Conference, Xavier is 4-5-5 on the season. They broke a five-math winless streak with an 11-1 victory over New London their last time out.


In the area's other game  Thursday, Luxemburg-Casco's match against Marinette was canceled due to weather. 

Softball round-up: Southern Door sweeps NEW Lutheran

Southern Door dominated both of its games on Thursday to highlight the day's action of softball.


The Eagles' Ashlyn Delfosse and Chloe Lustila provided the hitting and pitching in both games as they beat the Blazers 13-3 and 10-0.


Kewaunee shut out Sturgeon Bay 6-0.


Scheduled games from Thursday with no scores include Luxemburg-Casco/Waupaca and Gibraltar/Algoma.


Friday's games include Kewaunee playing at Peshtigo and Gibraltar hosting Southern Door for 4:30 p.m. tilts. 

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