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L-C Baseball loses to Freedom 2-1

Luxemburg-Casco hosted Freedom in conference play under the lights last night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. The Spartans looked on as Senior Captain and Ace Ian Doell continued his dominant senior campaign allowing 0 earned runs over his 5 innings of work. Over that span of time Doell retired 8 Freedom hitters via the strikeout while Freedom only scattered 3 hits over 5 frames. This pushes Doell to a 0.55 ERA over 25 innings of work this year. Freshman Owen Deprez came in as relief for the Spartans and allowed 1 unearned run and 1 earned run as Freedom took the lead in the top of the 6th 2-1. Deprez closed out the seventh frame with a 1,2,3 inning to get the bats to the home team for one final chance. Luxemburg-Casco couldn't muster anything in the bottom of the seventh as they also went down 1,2,3. The Spartans had very little to show offensively with only two hits and one run. Those lone hits came off the bats of Senior Captain OF Noah Lindsley and Junior 1B Dylan Dahlke. Dahlke was also responsible for the only RBI in the Spartans offense as he knocked in Senior Captain Lance Tebon home on a fielder's choice in the bottom of the first.

 

Luxemburg-Casco will travel to Freedom for Game 2 of the series on Thursday, April 25th with opening pitch slated for 4:30 PM.

Brewers lose hold on game two 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 on Tuesday night. Zach Davies started on the bump and had another efficient outing. Davies went nearly five innings only giving up two earned runs on the night. He would hand the ball over to the bullpen tied 2-2.

 

Travis Shaw seems to be shaking off his early-season slump. He hit two solo shots in the game. Orlando Arcia would account for the other run with a solo homer of his own in the fifth inning. The Brewers would just fall short in the final innings. 

 

The two teams will now run it back for game three of the series on Wednesday. Milwaukee will trot out Jhoulys Chacin to try and salvage a game from the series. First pitch will be thrown out at 12:15.

Packers draft preview

Tomorrow, the Green Bay Packers will begin to welcome another rookie class to their roster through the NFL Draft, held April 25-27 in Nashville, Tennessee.

 

Armed with 10 selections, the Packers will have plenty of opportunities to add more talent and depth to their roster. All picks are eligible to be traded. Green Bay enters the draft with a pick in every round, including two selections in the first, fourth and sixth rounds.

 

The Packers have six picks in the first four rounds of the draft. If Green Bay makes selections at all six spots, it will be the 13th time the Packers have selected six or more players in the first four rounds of a single draft and the most since 2008, when Green Bay made six selections.

 

The event will begin in prime time on Thursday night, with Round 1 on April 25 beginning at 7 p.m. CT. Rounds 2-3 also will be held in prime time, beginning on Friday, April 26, at 6 p.m. CT. Rounds 4-7 will complete the draft on Saturday, April 27, starting at 11 a.m. CT.

 

Teams will have 10 minutes in between selections in the first round and seven minutes between each choice for Round 2. Rounds 3-6, including compensatory picks, will allow up to five minutes in between picks and Round 7, including compensatory picks, will allow four minutes.

 

Round      Round #        Overall #

1               12                   12

1               30                   30 (from N.O.)

2               12                   44

3               12                   75

4               12                  114

4               16                  118 (from Was.)

5               12                  150

6               12                  185

6               22                  194 (from Sea.)

7               12                   226




Tuesday's track and field results

The boys and girls track and field teams for Kewaunee, Algoma and Luxemburg-Casco were all competing on Tuesday in conference meets.

 

Kewaunee and Algoma both participated at a Packerland Conference meet at Peshtigo. Both Kewaunee's boys and girls dominated the event each finishing in first place. The Storm boys picked up 161 points while the girls got 141. Algoma's boys and girls each finished third with 49 and 77 points respectively.

 

Luxemburg-Casco hosted a North Eastern Conference meet with Little Chute and Waupaca. The girls finished second behind Little Chute with 79 points. The Spartan boys tied with Little Chute for first place with 72 points.

Tuesday's softball results

Sevastopol and Algoma were able to get in a makeup game while Luxemburg-Casco was in action in a North Eastern Conference matchup.

 

In a game originally scheduled for March 30th, Algoma stormed back for a win on their home field over Sevastopol. The final score was 19-8.

 

Luxemburg-Casco picked up a home conference victory over Wrightstown 9-2. 

Tuesday's baseball results

Area teams suffered a couple of close losses and one big win in Tuesday's baseball action. One of those included a no-hitter.

 

Kewaunee was edged in their non-conference game at Bonduel by a final score of 10-9 in eight innings. Bonduel tied the game in the bottom of the 7th inning on a bases-loaded walk. The Storm scored one in the top of the 8th but Bonduel answered with two in the bottom of the inning to win.

 

Luxemburg-Casco took a home loss in a pitchers duel against Freedom. The final score was 2-1. Freedom scored both runs in the sixth inning for the victory.

 

Robby Pollman pitched a five-inning no-hitter for Sevastopol in their 12-0 win at Algoma.




Iverson leads Spartans past Clintonville in soccer

Heather Iverson scored the only goals of the game in Luxemburg-Casco's 2-0 win over Clintonville on Tuesday. The Spartans also got help in their road victory from Allison Prevost who tallied an assist. Natalie Haen picked up another shutout.

 

L-C is now back at the .500 mark at 4-4-2. They'll travel to Freedom on Thursday for a 4:30 PM kickoff.

Bucks win first playoff series in 18 years 

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons 127-104 on Monday night. That would complete the first round sweep. Something that hasn’t been done by the Bucks in ages. It was their first playoff series win since Ray Allen was on the team in 2001. 

 

Giannis led the way with 41 points and nine rebounds. He had multiple game-changing blocks and emphatic dunks to put his stamp on the first round. Khris Middleton also chipped in 18 points of his own on their way to victory. 

 

Next up, the Boston Celtics. It will be a highly anticipated matchup that will be entertaining throughout. Both teams swept in the first round so they will be well rested for the Eastern Conference semifinals. The dates of those games will be announced after the first round is over.

Brewers roughed up by Cardinals 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost 13-5 to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night. Adrian Hauser had his first major league start on the mound for Milwaukee. He would allow five runs in four innings before handing it over to the bullpen. 

 

Despite getting blown out, the Brewers hit four homers in the game. In the ninth inning, Travis Shaw hit a bomb that hopefully got him out of his slump. He has had a relatively slow start to the season. Milwaukee would fall to 13-11 after the loss. 

 

Next up, Zach Davies will take the mound for the Brewers. He will face Daniel Ponce de Leon of the Cardinals. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:45.




Sturgeon Bay loses to Green Bay East 4-3

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls soccer team fought hard but dropped a close decision to Green Bay East 4-3 Monday night. The lightning shortened match gave the Red Devils its second win over Door peninsula teams in as many days. 

 

The only game previously scheduled for Tuesday in the Packerland Conference was Gibraltar/Sevastopol playing at Kewaunee, but that game has been rescheduled for May 14th. Luxemburg-Casco is slated to play Clintonville on the road for a 4:30 p.m. match. 

 

Picture courtesy of Clipper Soccer Facebook page

Softball recap: Southern Door wins nailbiter, Algoma's offense explodes

There was plenty of offense to be seen in local softball games Monday night.

 

After giving up the lead on a grand slam, the Southern Door Eagles came all the way back and won on a Grace LeGrave RBI single in Southern Door's thrilling 6-5 victory over Oconto.

 

The Algoma Wolves took the drama out of its game early thanks to a seven-run fourth inning in a 15-0 drubbing of NEW Lutheran.

 

It was the opposite story for Sturgeon Bay, which saw a six-run fifth inning deal a fatal blow in its 10-0 loss to Peshtigo. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco's Allison Dart threw six innings and struck out four, but a sixth inning single given up to Denmark’s Abby Maricque broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the sixth in the 5-4 Spartans defeat.

 

Complete recaps of these games can be found at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. Algoma hosts Sevastopol and Luxemburg-Casco plays at home against Wrightstown in local softball action Tuesday. 

Baseball recap: Southern Door, Gibraltar pick up victories

Southern Door and Gibraltar picked up important Packerland Conference wins before the rains came Monday evening.

 

In Brussels, Derik LeCaptain and Devin Schinkten combined to drive in five runs while Tyler Kroll struck out seven over five innings to lead Southern Door to a 7-1 victory.

 

Trevor Reinhardt went the distance for Gibraltar on the mound and drove in two runs at the plate as the Vikings beat the Kewaunee Storm in Fish Creek 3-1.

 

Sturgeon Bay slightly outhit Peshtigo 2-1 on the road, but it was a sacrifice fly by the Bulldogs that drove in the deciding run in the Clippers 1-0 loss.

 

Full recaps of these games can be found at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. Baseball action for Tuesday includes Sevastopol hosting Algoma for a 5 p.m. game, Luxemburg-Casco hitting the road to Freedom for a 4:30 p.m. start, and Kewaunee traveling to Bonduel in time for a 4:30 p.m. first pitch.

 

 




Sturgeon Bay teams win Door County Classic

The Sturgeon Bay boys and girls track teams combined to hoist the Door County's Harris Cup for the fourth consecutive year in Fish Creek on Monday. The girls' team took its title over Sevastopol by a 20 point margin, scoring 99 points thanks to four individual championships. The boys' team had to sweat it out to beat Southern Door, taking the title 92-89.5 thanks to six individual event wins. The Clippers' DJ Lenius took male athlete of the meet honors. You can find individual recaps for each school at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

In track action Tuesday, Algoma and Kewaunee head west to face Peshtigo, NEW Lutheran and Oconto in Peshtigo with first events taking place at 4:30 p.m. Luxemburg-Casco will host Little Chute and Waupaca in a Northeastern Conference triangular meet beginning at 4 p.m.

 

 

Baseball, softball hope to beat rain

Rain is in the forecast, but teams across Door and Kewaunee Counties hope they squeeze in their games this evening. 

 

Northeastern Conference softball has Luxemburg-Casco making up its April 11th matchup against rival Denmark beginning at 4:30 p.m.

 

Packerland Conference matchups for baseball and softball include Gibraltar hosting Kewaunee, Algoma playing at home against NEW Lutheran and Southern Door heading to Oconto for 5 p.m. starts. Sturgeon Bay's games in Peshtigo have been moved up to 4 p.m.

 

A look at the conference standings for softball has the Spartans leading the Northeastern Conference by a half-game over Denmark while Southern Door and Oconto are tied for the lead in the Packerland. In baseball, Luxemburg-Casco is a game out of first place in the Northeastern Conference while Sturgeon Bay is leading the pack in the Packerland. 

 

Sturgeon Bay soccer hosts Green Bay East

They played at the same stadium last week, but today the Sturgeon Bay Clippers will host Green Bay East in a non-conference soccer match.

 

The Clippers are coming off a 1-0 loss to NEW Lutheran while the Red Devils topped Luxemburg-Casco last Thursday 2-1. Both teams are shooting for their second win of the season when the teams meet at 6:30 p.m.

Gibraltar hosts Door County Classic track meet

Bragging rights are on the line Monday afternoon when the track teams of Sevastopol, Gibraltar, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay compete in the Door County Classic.

 

The Clippers are coming off an impressive performance at the Packerland Relays meet with the boys coming in second place and the girls claiming the team title. A team not named Sturgeon Bay has not won a Door County Classic title since 2016 when Southern Door beat the Clippers on the girls' side. The 2018 edition was snowed out.

 

First events begin at 4:30 p.m.

Packerland golf heads to Peshtigo

Packerland Conference golfers in Door County will hit the links this afternoon in Peshtigo. Gibraltar, Green Bay NEW Lutheran, Sevastopol, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Oconto will all compete in the meet just four days after they all met at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay. The Bulldogs hope to secure their second victory after leading the field by over 20 strokes. Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay came in third, fourth, and fifth place respectively while Sevastopol currently does not have enough golfers on the team to register a team score. Tee time is set for 4 p.m. at Vernon Hills Golf Course. 

 

In other golf news, Luxemburg-Casco's varsity invitational at Green Bay Country Club has been canceled.

 

 

Bellinger steals win from Brewers in Dodgers series finale

The Milwaukee Brewers played host to the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday afternoon and lost 6-5. For the first time this year, the roof was open and the sun was shining down for the game. It was a fairly big crowd on hand for the contest that took place on Easter Sunday. 

 

Los Angeles jumped out ahead in the first inning. In the first at-bat of the game, Joc Pederson took Brandon Woodruff deep to give them a 1-0 lead. After a Corey Seager double, Cody Bellinger would slap a hit to left field to score him. Milwaukee wouldn't answer back in the bottom half of the inning so the score would hold at 2-0. 

 

The Dodgers would tack on two more runs in the second inning as Woodruff was having a tough time with the top of their order. Corey Seager hit another double that would score a run. Followed by another Cody Bellinger single to drive him in. That would leave Milwaukee trailing 4-0 after two innings.

 

The Brewers would storm back to make it a game though. Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run shot in the fifth inning. Then, Eric Thames hit a three-run bomb to center in the eighth inning. It wouldn’t be enough as Cody Bellinger hit a solo shot in the ninth to put Milwaukee away. 

 

The Brewers will now travel to St. Louis to begin a series with the Cardinals. It will be the two teams third series of the early season. Adrian Houser will take the mound for Milwaukee. First pitch will be thrown out at 6:45 Monday night. 

Yelich hits two more home runs as Brewers shutout Dodgers

Christian Yelich continued to crush the baseball on Saturday night at Miller Park and he got some help from Ryan Braun and the pitching staff. Yelich hit two more home runs, both off of Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu. He now has a league-leading 13 homers which is three more than the next closest sluggers. Yelich's two solo home runs and Ryan Braun's three-run bomb provided all the scoring for the Brewers.

 

Chase Anderson pitched five scoreless innings to get the win and the bullpen threw four more shutout innings to hold the 5-0 victory for Milwaukee. The staff only allowed two hits the whole game.

 

The Brewers will try to force a split of the four-game series on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park, first pitch at 1:10 PM. Clayton Kershaw will pitch for the Dodgers against Brandon Woodruff for Milwaukee.

Bucks on the verge of the Eastern semis

Playing their first road playoff game wasn't much of a deterrent for the Bucks as they beat the Pistons 119-103 Saturday night in game 3 of their first-round playoff series. Seven Bucks scored in double figures with Giannis Antetokounmpo leading the way with 20 points. Brook Lopez and Eric Bledsoe each had 19. Blake Griffin played his first game of the series and led all scorers with 27. He had been nursing a sore left knee.

 

Milwaukee now leads the series three games to none and just need one more win to move on to the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Bucks will go for the sweep Monday night in Detroit with the tip-off at 7 PM.

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?
 
“Wrestling is the only sport that instills ultimate respect for every single person within it. The ability to single-handedly overcome and physically outdo another athlete is like no other feeling in the world. It creates a concept of values and beliefs into a wrestling family and teaches camaraderie. The wins are the best wins and the loses are the worst losses you will have in your life, because it directly relates to you as an individual, overcoming factors that can benefit or harm your well-being. There is nothing like it.” Mitchell Overbeck
 
 “Wrestling becomes a way of life. From eating habits, exercise and workouts, to self-discipline and it doesn’t stop when the season is done. It’s not just about getting your arm raised on the mat, but overcoming hurdles, fears, and insecurities. Building confidence and camaraderie with other wrestlers and that only other wrestlers understand, like an unwritten code. Every wrestler knows the heartache of losing and leaving their pride on the mat, yet get up every day and work harder than the day before.” Tammy DeNamur
 
“Wrestling is a teacher of life. It reveals your strengths, weaknesses and brings you a sense of belonging” Tory Jandrin “Colin started later than most. For many- many years I had to sit and watch my son get thrown around by a lot of guys bigger than him. In the end it was worth it” Wendy Shubert
 
According to Merriam Webster the meaning of family is: the basic unit in society traditionally consisting of two parents rearing their children : a group of individuals living under one roof : a group of person of common ancestry : a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation : lastly family could mean a group of things related by common characteristics.
 
When it comes to wrestling I think there is a bigger meaning behind the word family. So I asked members from the wrestling community to comment:
 
“To me the wrestling “family” is much bigger than the families and people we have traveled with to tournaments from our school or team. The wrestling family knows no district boundaries or specific season(s) or teammates. The family extends from those that competed to parents, siblings, coaches, and spectators. Anyone that knows the hard work and sacrifices put in by all involved develops a bond and appreciation that often lasts a lifetime.” Coach Jerry Englebert
 
 I have been around sports my whole life- from being a 3 sport athlete, collegiate athlete, and now a Licensed Athletic Trainer providing sports performance enhancement through EDGE 3D programming at DCMC. I have had my fair share of different “families”. But the family that has built some of the strongest bonds and has withstood the years is the wrestling family. “A bond that is deeper than a sport. It comes from sacrifice of yourself for all who enjoy the challenges of a demanding sport. Wrestling links you forever if you are the athlete, parent or community member. It’s things unsaid… and hard to put into words…forever a wrestling family.” Dawn Englebert  As a wrestling sister, I think part of the reason for this bond is the grueling all weekend bleacher butt that sets in when the wrestlers are young. “This family is formed through blood, sweat, and tears.” Tyler Wagner  Multi- youth tournament weekends, first through eighth grade. You really get to know the people that are in the stands yelling and cheering with or against you. “It instills dedication in families as well as wrestlers. Camaraderie and friendships are made, even with the competitors and their families. It is a mutual respect.” Dave Walker
 
You find yourself treating the other wrestlers and their siblings as your own, other people’s kids, as your own kids and other parents as your parents. “Wrestling families stick together through the best and worst times; everyone genuinely wants them to do well and are always there to help. Your child never needs to worry about having a partner or coach; someone is always there without being asked. These bonds are so strong and extend far beyond the mat.” Shannon LeFevre  “Everyone in the wrestling family makes everyone feel very welcome and like you’ve always been a part of the family.” Jen LeCloux
 
Tia Jackson, MS, LAT, ATC
Licensed Athletic Trainer
EDGE 3D – sports performance enhancement programming
Door County Medical Center
920-746-0410

Sevastopol softball postponed

Sevastopol softball was scheduled to host a non-conference game against Stockbridge. It has been postponed to Monday, April 29th. Their next game is scheduled for Tuesday when they travel to Algoma. The first pitch will come at 5 PM.

Yelich homers again, but Brewers can't hold on

Christian Yelich homered for the 11th time in just in his 21st game this season but it wasn't enough to defeat the Dodgers on Friday night. The final score was 5-3. In the bottom of the first Lorenzo Cain led off with a single. Yelich drove Cain and himself home with a home run off Dodgers starter Ross Stripling.

 

The game was tied at 2 going to the 8th inning. The Brewers dominant reliever Josh Hader allowed two walks and then a three-run home run to Enrique Hernandez. Eric Thames added a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth but that was the last score of the game.

 

The Brewers have now lost the first two games at home to the Dodgers and three in a row overall. Chase Anderson will start on the mound for the Brewers on Saturday against Hyun-Jin Ryu for the Dodgers. First pitch is at 6:10 PM.

Run Down the Early Bird Special

Register by May 12 for the Crossroads Trail Run/Walk to receive the early bird special.  Save $5 on each entry and to secure your performance T-shirt. June 22 is the 10th annual trail run and walk event, held at Crossroads at Big Creek Learning Preserves, 2041 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay. Be one of the runners or walkers of all ages who come together for this unique 2k, 5k, or 10k event on the trails in the midst of a 200 acre preserve. Crossroads Trail Run is a family event. Participants 7 and younger and 70 and up may register free. Go to www.CrossroadsRun.com to register and for more information.

 

Along with a great run, all participants will receive a performance T-shirt, a native tree at the finish line, and locally produced refreshments. Who wouldn’t want a Lautenbach cherry sundae topped off with a freshly made energy bar to welcome in the summer solstice!    

 

This course follows the perimeter trail of the Crossroads property, through the coniferous woods, over wooden bridges, and through the Wild Ones Meadow. The well-marked trails are supported by many encouraging volunteers. This event is for competitive and recreational health enthusiasts alike. 

 

Gretchen Schmelzer, 1043 Louisiana St, Sturgeon Bay WI, 920-493-0090

Brewers drop game one to Dodgers

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 Thursday night. Zach Davies started on the mound for Milwaukee. He had a stellar performance going five innings and not giving up a single run. Eventually, his start would be squandered after Matt Albers gave up three runs in an inning. 

 

Hits were few and hard to find for the Brewers. They were getting no-hit well into the fifth inning before Orlando Arcia broke it up with a single. Christian Yelich would eventually hit his 10th homer in the ninth inning but it wasn’t enough as the Brewers fell. 

 

The two teams will now run it back for a Friday night game. Jhoulys Chacin will start on the bump for the Brewers. Ross Stripling will grab the rock for the Dodgers. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:10. 

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