WIAA names next leader


Stephanie Hauser was appointed to be the next executive director of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association on Friday. Hauser will begin serving in the role in July upon the retirement of Dave Anderson. Hauser has been in the Assistant Director role since July of 2015. Hauser’s list of accomplishments include leading the Conference Realignment Task Force Committee, establishing the WIAA Award of Excellence and Spirit of Sport Award, implementing a fifth division in softball, forming innovative co-op classifications for gymnastics, supervising the move of the boys volleyball State Tournament to Green Bay’s Resch Center, and negotiating partnerships for convention and visitor bureau sponsors. 


Hauser had a stellar career as an Athletic Director, last in the role at Stevens Point Area Senior High School for eight years. 


Gamblers punch playoff ticket

On Friday, the Green Bay Gamblers secured a spot in the postseason, beating Team USA 4-2 in Green Bay. The Gamblers would begin explosively, as they would score three goals in the first period. At the end of the period, Green Bay would be up 3-1. No scoring would happen in the middle period, and each team scored a goal in the third. 


The Gamblers’ goals came from Jake Schmaltz, Jackson Kunz, Ryan Greene, and John Mittelstadt. Aaron Randazzo was the goalkeeper for the Gamblers and deflected thirty shots in his ninth win this season. The Gamblers are in third place in the USHL Eastern’s conference with a 29-15-1 record. They host the Chicago Steele, the east’s top team, at 7:05 PM on Saturday. 


Brewers toppled by Pirates

Milwaukee never got much going at the plate in their 6-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Milwaukee would score in the bottom of the fifth inning on a Tyrone Taylor double that scored Jace Pederson. It was too late, however, as Pittsburgh was up four runs by then. The Pirates would also score two runs in the top of the eighth inning. 


The Brewers are 7-6 with the loss. They continue the series on Saturday at 6:10 PM.


Clippers sail to Sevastopol to face off against Gibraltar

Friday night the Sturgeon Bay Clippers will take on the Gibraltar Vikings in the fourth game of the alternate Covid 19 spring football season. The Clippers are 2-1 on the season and are coming off of a win against NEW and are looking to continue their winning streak. In last week's game, we saw Anthony Jennerjohn make leaps and bounds with his running game. Also, Jack Schmelzer had amazing catches for some great gains. The Vikings are 0-2 on the season and their most recent loss was to Oakfield. This game will be broadcasted on 1033 The Clipper by our high school broadcast team consisting of Reece Robillard and Brady Tooley. Pregame is at 6:30 and kickoff is at 7 at Sevastopol High School.

Bucks leave Atlanta victorious

The Milwaukee Bucks are searching to regain their groove and may have done just that on Thursday night in Atlanta in their 120-109 victory over the Hawks. The first quarter concluded with the Bucks up 33-29. In the second quarter, the Bucks separated to take a 64-52 lead into the halftime break. 


In the early going of the second half, Atlanta would tighten the gap but the Bucks wouldn’t let up and would get back into rhythm. They would take control in the fourth quarter en route to a 120-109 win. Jrue Holiday was Milwaukee’s leading scorer with 23 points. Brook Lopez had 19 and Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 15. Milwaukee is now 35-20 and in third place in the East conference. The Bucks return to action in Milwaukee on Saturday to face the Memphis Grizzlies. 


Soccer: Clippers continue cooking

In their fifth straight win, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team downed Manitowoc Lincoln by a final score of 6-1. Carson Dvorak racked up two goals as did Ben Luders. Spencer Hubbard and Trey Maas both scored a goal as well. The Clippers haven’t looked back since their opening game loss, and are now 5-1 this season. Their next game is scheduled for Saturday in Ashwaubenon. First touch is scheduled for 11:00 AM.

Football preview: Clippers, Vikings, Storm on NEW Radio Sports Network

Two of the three local high school football games will be on the NEW Radio Sports Network Friday night as the alternative fall season enters its fourth week.


Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay will meet for the first time in several years on the gridiron in Sevastopol beginning at 7:00 p.m. Brady, Tooley, Reece Robillard, and Tim Kowols will be on the call at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame shows on 103.3 The Clipper and 105.1 The GOAT.


Kewaunee will make the long trip to Arcadia for a 7 p.m. kickoff. Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will make the drive to broadcast the game on 102.1 MORE FM.


Sevastopol will head south to meet NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy/Oneida Nation for a 7 p.m. kickoff at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon. 

Gamblers battle Team USA Friday night on 104.1 WRLU

The Green Bay Gamblers will look to start a new winning streak on Friday night when Team USA comes to town for the evening.


The Gamblers saw their four-game winning streak end on Wednesday night when they lost to the Dubuque Fighting Saints 6-2. Two of those wins came against Team USA, winning those contests by 5-4 and 5-2 scores. Head coach Pat Mikesch says they were able to have some success against them for a few reasons.

Mikesch hopes to bring of that back for their game Friday night against Team USA when the puck drops at 7:05 p.m. from the Resch Center. Tobin Meyer will be on the call for the game on and 104.1 WRLU. 

Brewers burn Cubs

The Milwaukee Brewers pulled off the series victory over the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday behind another dominant performance on the hill from pitcher Corbin Burnes. The final score was 7-0 in Milwaukee’s favor. Off to an electric start this season, Burnes is the first pitcher since 1906 to have thirty strikeouts and no walks through his first three starts. Burnes finished Wednesday’s rivalry showdown with ten strikeouts and gave up just two hits through six innings. 


In the first inning, the Brewers drove two runs in with an RBI single from Travis Shaw that brought Jackie Bradley Jr. across the plate. Travis Shaw would eventually score on an Omar Narvaez sacrifice fly. Travis Shaw would get his second run of the game on a solo home run in the bottom of the third. 


The Brewers' vision at the plate helped bring two runs in on walks in the bottom of the sixth inning as Avisail Garcia and Omar Narvaez were walked across. Corbin Burnes added cushion to his lead with a two-RBI single that scored Keston Hiura and Billy McKinney. That would make the score 7-0 after six and that was all the scoring the game needed. 


For the Brewers, it was their third straight series win. They move on to a 7-5 record this season and will take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 PM. 


DC YMCA swimmers wrap up national meet

DCY Swim Team had a number of great races at the National meet at Schroeder this past week. The girls team was led by Christi Braun, setting the NEW team record in the 400 IM, placing 6th overall, Christi also broke the team record in the 200 breast, placing 9th, Christi finaled in every event she swam, also placing 13th in the 100 breast, and 11th in the 200 IM.


Swimming with Julia Michalski, Cassie Rankin, Maggie Ripp, and Stella Kersebet, the girls placed 7th in the 200 and 400 Medley and 8th in the 200 Free relay. Other great swims included Stella breaking 1:00 in the 100 fly,  Stella also placed 12th in the 100 Breast, finaling at night, and 3 girls splitting 24's in the free relay. Luke Bousley on the boys side had a spectacular meet also, finaling for the 1st time at nationals in the 200 IM with a Best Time! He also swam a Best Time in the 100 breast in a 1:01, just missing finals. The boys were just off relay times, but great effort in all of the relays. Tremendous experience for next year, hopefully held in Greensboro, NC. 


The  Door County YMCA Swim team had a record setting day at the National meet last week. Chrisi Braun set a new team record in the 400 IM and placed sixth overall. She also broke a team record in the 200 breast with a ninth place finish. Braun also placed 13th in the 100 breast and 11th in the 200 IM. 


DCY aso placed seventh in both the 200 and 400 Medley and eighth in the 200 free relay. The relay team was comprised of Julia Michalski, Cassie Rankin, Maggie Ripp, and Stella Kersebet. Stella Kersebet placed 12th in the 100 breast. 


Luke Bousley had a great boys swim meet, nearly making the finals in the 100 breast. Jacob Norton placed 15th in the 100 breast, while Drew Rass placed 17th and 14th in the 200 breast. The boys relays placed 9th in both the 200 free and medley relays. Those relays were composed of Luke Bousley, Jacob Norton, Conner Thompson, Drew Rass, and Ethan Almstadt.


Soccer preview: Gibraltar/Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay in action

Gibraltar/Sevastopol looks to continue their season and Sturgeon Bay hopes to keep their winning streak alive in high school soccer action on Thursday.


The Vikineers will return a trip to Gresham to take on Bowler/Gresham after the two sides played against each other earlier this month. That was followed by a pair of cancellations against Kewaunee and Green Bay West. The opening touch is set for 4:30 p.m.


The Clippers hope to keep the offense rolling after scoring 12 goals earlier this week when they play at Ron Rubick Municipal Field against Manitowoc Lincoln. The first whistle is set for 6:30 p.m.


A match between Kewaunee and Green Bay West has been cancelled. 

Gamblers' winning streak snapped

One bad period was all it took to see a four-game winning streak disappear in a 6-2 loss for the Green Bay Gamblers against the Dubuque Fighting Saints Wednesday night.


Jake Schmaltz opened things up with the Gamblers with his 16th goal of the season before the Fighting Saints tied the game late in the first period. That was the first of six unanswered goals in the game, including three alone in the second period. The Gamblers would not score again until Schmaltz found the back of the net for the second time with six minutes remaining in the game. Jackson Kunz registered assists on both goals while Camden Thiesing had a hand in the second tally. Aaron Davis collected 34 saves on 40 shots in the loss.


The Gamblers will have the day off on Thursday before continuing their regular season-ending home slate on Friday against Team USA. You will be able to listen to Tobin Meyer on the call at 7:05 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU and


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Brewers stall out in rivalry loss

After a two run inning to take a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second, the Brewers were unable to find their bats again, getting just three hits in a 3-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs. Luis Urias belted a two run home run in the bottom of the second that scored Manny Pina and that would be all the scoring for Milwaukee. 


The Brewers would retain the lead after giving up one run in the top of the fourth inning, but in the top of the eighth inning the Brewers would be taken over, giving up two more runs. Chicago would hold the 3-2 lead until the end and claim victory. Milwaukee is now 6-5 on the season and will finish out their series against the Cubs on Wednesday at 12:40 PM in Milwaukee.


Soccer: Luders ties school record in dominant win

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team cruised to double digits in a 12-0 victory over North Fond du Lac-Oakfield. Ben Luders tied the school record for goals in a single game with five. Carson Dvorak nearly did the same as he had four. Spencer Hubbard also had a productive day with two goals. Robert Alas also tallied a goal. Joe Wind had a great day in the net with a shutout. 


The win moves the Clippers winning streak to four. Sturgeon Bay is now 4-1 on the season. Their next matchup will be against Ashwaubenon on Saturday. The game is scheduled to start at 11:00 AM.


Volleyball: Area teams season comes to close

Sevastopol’s memorable Spring season ended with a 1-1 day at the sectional tournament and a chance to participate in the sectional championship. In the first match, Sevastopol swept Mayville, winning the first set 26-24. The next two sets were more lopsided with wins of 25-11 and 25-15. 


In the match to win sectionals, the Pioneers took St. Mary’s Springs to four sets. The first set went 27-25 in Springs’ favor, the next set would go Sevastopol’s way with a 25-18 win. In set three and set four it would be Springs on top with a 25-21 and 25-20 victory. The Pioneers finish the season with a 14-4 record and a runner-up finish at the sectional tournament. 


Algoma’s improbable run would fall short in the championship match. To begin sectionals, they beat Gresham Community in four sets. They took the first two sets 25-20 and 25-19 before Gresham got on the board with a 25-21 victory to stay alive. It would be all Algoma in set four as they rolled for a 25-6 win. 


In the title, Algoma would fall to Washburn 25-11, 25-15, and 25-6. Algoma would go from a struggling regular season to a mighty postseason run. The Wolves are recognized as sectional runner-ups.



Cullen, Kurek top field in Green Bay

The Kewaunee cross country teams used strong pack running to capture both races hosted by Green Bay West Tuesday afternoon.


In the boys' race, Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen tackled the 5K course in 17:57, winning the race by over a minute over Green Bay West's Alexander Knutson. The Storm placed four in the top ten, capturing the race with 26 points while Green Bay West scored 39 points and Green Bay East 56 points. Gibraltar, Sturgeon  Bay, and Gibraltar did not have enough runners to score.



In the girls' division, Kewaunee won as a team by default with 15 points, but it was Sturgeon Bay's Julia Kurek winning the race with a 5K time of 22:52. That was about 90 seconds faster than the second-place finisher, Gibraltar's Betsy Lecy.


Many of these same teams will race against each other next Tuesday in Kewaunee.


Click the links below for more

Gibraltar recap

Sturgeon Bay recap

Kewaunee Recap

Full Boys Results

Full Girls Results

Six is Brewers' magic number verse rival

A six-run sixth inning was the formula in the Milwaukee Brewers win over the Chicago Cubs on Monday night. Milwaukee trailed 1-0 after the top of the fourth inning, but the entire trajectory of the game would flip in the bottom of the sixth inning. Luis Urias would kick the door open with a three-RBI double that scored Lorenzo Cain, Billy McKinney, and Daniel Robertson. Luis Urias would come around to score the fourth run on a wild pitch. Jackie Bradley Jr. would hit a three-bagger that would send Avisail Garcia home and make the game 5-1 and to top off the scoring in the inning Keston Hiura would hit an RBI single that scored Jackie Bradley Jr. The Brewers would hold the 6-1 lead until the top of the ninth inning. The Cubs would score two runs but Josh Hader would close the game afterward, and Milwaukee would win 6-3.

Soccer preview: Door County teams in action

Door County's two soccer team will make their way to pitch on Tuesday afternoon.


Sturgeon Bay will look to continue its winning streak with a 7 p.m. match at North Fond du Lac High School. 


Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play its second match of the season when it plays at Ashwaubenon beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Cross country preview: Local teams head to Green Bay

The area's three active cross country teams will race against a trio of Green Bay teams on Tuesday afternoon.


Gibraltar, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay will join Green Bay East, Green Bay West, and Providence Academy for a 5K race at Green Bay's Colburn Park. The Storm and the Clippers have already faced Green Bay East this year while the Vikings raced against its Packerland foes in its first race of the season last week in Kewaunee.


Two races are tentatively being scheduled for the meet hosted by Green Bay West beginning at 4 p.m.

Volleyball preview: State trip on the line for Sevastopol, Algoma

The Sevastopol Pioneers and the Algoma Wolves could be heading to either Kettle Moraine or Beaver Dam after Tuesday night as they prepare for their WIAA Volleyball sectional matchups.


Algoma will travel to Elcho as the number three seed to face second-seeded Gresham in the sectional semifinals. A win would put them back on the bus to Crandon to face either top-seeded Washburn or number 4 seed Chequamegon at 7 p.m.


Sevastopol will face Mayville at 4 p.m. at New Holstein. A win would put them on the bus to Chilton for a match against either top-seeded St. Mary's Springs or Campbellsport at 7 p.m. 


Picture courtesy of Algoma Wolves Volleyball Facebook page

Three YMCA Gymnasts earn six gold medals

Three Door County YMCA Striver Gymnasts captured a total of six Gold medals this past weekend at the 32nd Annual Wisconsin State Badger Games in Medford, Wisconsin. Level 8 Senior gymnast, Miya Eliyha  grabbed Gold on the Floor Exercise with a score of 9.35.  Eliyha won gold on the Balance Beam  scoring 8.65. Level 6 gymnast, Daylia Sund captured Gold on three events. Sund scored 9.5 on the Floor Exercise,  she won the Vault with a 9.15, and earned Gold in the All-Around scoring 36.00.  Excel Gold gymnast Julia Gregory won her Gold medal on the Balance Beam scoring 9.10.


A total of ten Door County YMCA Gymnasts made their way to Medford to compete in the games. The Strivers Gymnastic Team captured a total of six event Championship Titles and arrived home with 33 individual medals. All ten gymnasts earned medals within a top ten ranking.  The Level 6 Girls team captured a 5th place Team Title scoring 101.95. There were 13 teams in the Level 6 competition. Individual medalists for the Strivers were:


Excel Silver:   Shaylyn Asher,  4th on Floor and 9th in the All Around

                    Alexa Jimenez-Seyfer 3rd on Vault, 4th on Beam , 5th on Floor and 6th in the All Around


Excel Gold:    Estelle Duerst, 2nd on Beam and 8th in the All Around

                    Shylee Asher,  4th on Vault, 6th on Beam, and 8th in the All Around

                    Julia Gregory,  1st on Beam, 2nd on Floor, 8th on Bars, 9th on Vault and 5th in the All Around


Level 6:         Lauren Pratt, 5th on Bars and 10th in the All Around

                    Amira Anschutz, 4th on Floor, 5th on Beam, and 8th in the All Around

                    Sophia Sternard, 4th on Vault, 7th on Bars, 9th in the All Around

                    Daylia Sund, 1st on Floor, 1st on Vault, 1st in the All Around, 2nd on Beam, and 2nd on Bars


Level 8:        Miya Eliyha, 1st on Floor, 1st on Beam, 4th on Vault, and 9th in the All Around.


Gymnasts compete in levels based on their personal skill set. Within each level, the gymnasts are awarded based on age groups. Groups can range from 10 years and younger, 11 to 14 years 15 to 17 years and 18 and over. Each age group within each level, had an average of 19-25 gymnasts competing. Team totals are tallied within the individual levels. Team totals can range from the top 2 scores to the top 4 scores depending on the number of gymnasts within the level.  Due to Covid restrictions, the YMCA of the USA cancelled the State and National Competitions for the 2020-2021 season.


The Door County YMCA: For Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. Driven by its founding mission, the Door County YMCA has 150 full and part-time staff serving over 7,000 members in Door County from facilities in Fish Creek and Sturgeon Bay in a broad range of programming for all ages. The Y empowers everyone, no matter who they are or where they’re from, by ensuring access to resources, relationships and opportunities for all to learn, grow and thrive. By bringing together people from different backgrounds, perspectives, and generations, the Y’s goal is to improve overall health and well-being, ignite youth empowerment and demonstrate the importance of connections in and across 10,000 communities nationwide.



Level 6 team


Level 8  Miya Eliyha


Silver Team 

 Shaylyn Asher,

Alexa Jimenez-Seyfer

Volleyball sectional brackets released for Algoma, Sevastopol

The area's two remaining volleyball teams know their path to the state volleyball tournament after learning their sectional assignments for Tuesday over the weekend.


On one side of the bracket, Algoma will travel to Elcho as the number three seed to face second seeded Gresham in the sectional semifinals. A win would put them back on the bus to Crandon to face either top seeded Washburn or number 4 seed Chequamegon at 7 p.m. The Wolves earned their spot in sectionals with a a 25-22, 25-13, 25-19 win over Kewaunee and a 25-10, 21-25, 25-17, 25-18 win over Oneida Nation as the fourth seed.


On the other side of the bracket, Sevastopol swept Southern Door 25-13, 25-13, 25-22 and Sturgeon Bay 25-19, 25-17, 25-17 to earn their number two seed. They will face Mayville at 4 p.m. at New Holstein. A win would put them on the bus to Chilton for a match against either top-seeded St. Mary's Springs or Campbellsport at 7 p.m. 

Glory to play season at Capital Credit Union Park

The Green Bay Glory women's professional soccer team has a new home for the 2021 season.


The Glory announced last week it will be playing its home games at Capital Credit Union Park after playing its inaugural season at Aldo Santaga Stadium on the campus of UW-Green Bay. Capital Credit Union Park is the current home of the Green Bay Booyah of the Northwoods League (baseball) and the Green Bay Voyageurs of the USL League 2.


The Glory will play their first home game at Capital Credit Union Park on June 13th against the Milwaukee Torrent. 

Brewers rotation continues silent treatment, beat Cards

The Milwaukee Brewers' rotation is showing no signs of slowing down after they beat the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday afternoon.


The Brewers opened the game scoring seven unanswered runs in the first two frames, anchored by home runs by Avisail Garcia and Travis Shaw. The Cardinals would cut into the lead later on an RBI groundout in the bottom of the second and a run-scoring double in the sixth. Manny Pina put icing on the win with a two-run homer in the top of the ninth. 


Brett Anderson sparkled in his second outing of the year, giving up just one run on five hits in five innings. Over the last five starts, the Brewers rotation has an ERA of 0.32. They look to continue that string of success tonight at American Family Field when the Chicago Cubs come to town for a 6:40 p.m. first pitch. 

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