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Best year in Gibraltar girls track and field history

The Gibraltar girls track and field team had some fine performers during the 2019 season including Abbey Fitzgerald and Abby Sitte. The greatest season in the history in Gibraltar girls track and field history was 2010. The Vikings won the conference championship and made it all the way to state winning the sectional championship. They were led by Rychia Bosman who broke a number of school records.


The correct answer to Saturday's trivia question was 2010. Congratulations to Debby DeWitt who answered the question correctly! She will win a $25 certificate to the Sister Bay Mobil.

Sturgeon Bay hosted soccer tournament on Saturday

Sturgeon Bay was able to get in three soccer games on Saturday as they hosted the Door County Cup. Ashwaubenon, Pius XI and Wrightstown were the other teams in the tournament. Wrightstown won all three of their games including a 3-0 victory over the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play host to Wrightstown again on Tuesday at 4:30 PM.

Gibraltar baseball last regular season game rained out

Gibraltar was scheduled to play their final regular season game on Saturday against Lourdes Academy. The weather wouldn't cooperate and the game was rained out. With the playoffs starting on Thursday the game will not be made up. That means the Vikings are getting ready to make a postseason run. They'll open up the regionals on Thursday when they host Gresham Community at 4:30 PM.

Kewaunee baseball shuts out Gibraltar

The two runs Kewaunee scored in the first inning would be all they needed at home against Gibraltar on Friday. Daniel Stangel and Nathan VanGoethem combined on a two-hit shutout to lead the Storm to a 2-0 win over the Vikings. Stangel was a bit wild walking five in 6 innings but didn't allow a runner to cross home plate. He struck out 5 batters. VanGoethem pitched the seventh to pick up the save. McCoy Walechka had two hits at the plate. 


Kewaunee will play their final regular season game on Monday when they travel to Chilton for a 4:30 PM first pitch.

Sturgeon Bay keeps championship hopes alive

In a thrilling game between the top two teams in the conference standings, Sturgeon Bay edged Peshtigo in a classic struggle at Memorial Field on Friday. The Clippers took a 1-0 lead in the 1st inning on a Max Bordeau double, but Peshtigo tied the game at 1 in the 2nd inning on a botched rundown by Sturgeon Bay.


The Clippers took a 2-1 lead with an unearned run in the 3rd, only to see Peshtigo take their only lead of the day when a Nick Neilson double followed by a 2-run Brandon Eick HR gave the Bulldogs a 3-2 lead in the top of the 5th.


The Clippers answered immediately in the bottom of the inning when a Trent Ehlers triple was followed by an RBI ground out from Jake Schneider. Although both teams had a number of late game scoring opportunities, the score remained tied at 3 until the bottom of the 9th.


Ryan Jacobson started the winning rally by fouling off numerous 2-strike pitches, eventually drawing a lead-off walk. After Jacobson stole 2nd, Trent Ehlers was walked intentionally. When a Max Bordeau fly ball to right field was dropped the Clippers had the bases loaded with nobody
out. Jake Schneider then put an end to the proceedings with a fly ball to left field which easily scored Jacobson from 3rd.


The Clippers had kept their hopes of a Packerland Conference co-championship alive with their 8th consecutive win, finishing their conference season with a (13-3) record. Peshtigo drops to (13-2) in the league, with a make-up game at Southern Door looming on Monday afternoon at 5:00 pm. 


Abram Abeyta led theClippers with 2 hits, while Travis Plym, Nick Neilson and Jake Gordon all had 2 hits for the Bulldogs. Sturgeon Bay starting pitcher Jake Schneider struck out 10, walked 1 and hit 2 batters in his solid 6.1 innings of work. Isaac Berkley earned the victory in relief by striking out 2, walking 1 and hitting 1 in his 2.2 innings of relief. Another great relief
performance by Berkley brings his eye-popping season pitching totals to 20
strikeouts, with a mere 2 walks being issued.


Darren Dionne took the loss in relief of Nielson, who pitched the 1st 5.1 innings for the Bulldogs. If the weatherman cooperates, Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to host Mishicot at 11:00 am Saturday morning.

Southern Door baseball falls to Oconto

Southern Door was unable to add to their conference win total on Friday. The Eagles traveled to Oconto and came out with a 5-3 loss. This puts Southern Door at 9-6 in conference play and alone in fourth place.


They have one more regular season game when they play host to the top team in the Packerland, Peshtigo, on Monday at 5 PM.

Schmidt leads Algoma to shutout over NEW

Zach Schmidt threw a dominant game for Algoma on Friday to lead the Wolves to an 8-0 win at Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Schmidt struck out 10 Blazers and pitched the complete game. Tristan Copet had two hits to lead the Wolves on offense.


Algoma will play their final regular season games on Monday when they host North Fond du Lac in a doubleheader. Game one begins at 5 PM.

Luke Steebs pitches well in loss for Gibraltar

Luke Steebs only allowed two runs and struck out five in his start on the mound for Gibraltar on Friday at Kewaunee. The Vikings bats couldn't get anything going and Gibraltar fell 2-0 to the Storm.


Gibraltar will play their final regular season game of the season on Saturday when they host Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian at 11 AM.

Spartan soccer dominates Little Chute

Luxemburg-Casco soccer had no trouble putting the ball in the net on Friday at home against Little Chute. Lauren Dhuey scored a hat trick and Heather Iverson added two goals to lead the Spartans to a 6-0 victory. Ally Zimmerman picked up the other goal for L-C. Natalie Haen secured the shutout in the net.


The Spartans will host New London on Monday for a 6:30 PM kickoff.

Kewaunee soccer plays to a draw

Nobody could pull away on Friday in Kewaunee. The Storm played host to Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah and the two teams played to a draw. The final score was 1-1.


Kewaunee will get back on it on Monday when they host Green Bay East at 4:30 PM.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 5-18-19

Saturday's trivia question is, "In what year did Rychia Bosman and company lead the Gibraltar girls track and field team to conference and sectional championships?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a $25 certificate to the Sister Bay Mobil.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Sunday.

Kewaunee boys track and field repeats success from earlier in the decade

The Kewaunee boys track and field team won the Packerland Conference championship in 2019. The Storm had similar success back in 2011 when Jordan Schmidt broke school records in the 200M, 110M Hurdles and 300M. He was the correct answer to Friday's trivia question.


Congratulations to Andrew Wick who answered the question correctly! He is the winner of a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.

Sevastopol softball advances in Division 4 playoffs

Sevastopol softball will move on the WIAA Division 4 Regionals after knocking off Gibraltar on Thursday. The Pioneers went to Gibraltar and picked up an 11-1 victory over the Vikings.


The ninth-seeded Pioneers advances to play one seed Mishicot on Tuesday.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 5-17-19

Friday's trivia question is, "Which Kewaunee speedster set school records in the 200M, 110M Hurdles and 300M Hurdles in 2011?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Saturday.

Luxemburg-Casco baseball almost pulls off upset

Luxemburg-Casco baseball almost prevented Wrightstown from clinching the North Eastern Conference crown on Thursday. The Spartans went on the road and narrowly lost to the Tigers 5-4. Jack Kinnard, Owen Deprez and Jake Cravillion all had two hits in defeat. 


L-C will have one final regular season hosting non-conference opponent Pulaski on Monday at 4:30 PM. 


Then on Thursday the 23rd, the Spartans will take on a very familiar foe. It will be the start of the postseason and for the eighth consecutive year, Luxemburg-Casco will play Denmark in the playoffs. The game will be at Denmark starting at 4:30 PM. L-C lost both matchups during the season Vikings while the Spartans have won the last two postseason matchups between them.


In three of the last five years the two teams have met in the regional championship game with Luxemburg-Casco winning two out of the three including in 2014 when the Spartans upset Denmark on the road. Denmark was the answer to Thursday's trivia question. The final score in that game was 5-0.


Congratulations to Jill Dalebroux for answering the question correctly! She will win a $25 certificate to The Rendezvous.

Sevastopol baseball finishes regular season with split in doubleheader

The Sevastopol baseball regular season is now over after splitting a doubleheader at Kewaunee on Thursday. Game one was a walk-off win for the Storm scoring two in the bottom half of the final inning after the Pioneers took the lead in the top half. The final score was 5-4.


The Pioneer bats came alive in game two as they jumped out to a 10-0 after the third inning. They would cruise to a 10-4 victory.


Up next is the postseason for Sevastopol. The Pioneers will travel to Bowler on Thursday the 23rd for a 4:30 PM first pitch.

Gibraltar softball season over after loss to Sevastopol

Gibraltar's softball season is over after falling in the opening round of the regional playoffs to Sevastopol on Thursday. The Vikings were unable to defend their home field and lost 11-1 to the Pioneers.

Clippers softball moves on in regionals

Sturgeon Bay softball advanced with a convincing 9-2 at Lourdes Academy in the opening round of the Division 3 Regionals on Thursday. The big blow of the game came on a three-run home run from Katie Frank. Autumn Hacht had three hits and Melissa Moxon added two to power the Clippers. Erin Haese was the winning pitcher.


The ninth-seeded Clippers will take on number one seed Chilton on Tuesday.

Kewaunee soccer comes up just short

Kewaunee soccer couldn't quite push a ball in the net against Sturgeon Bay and lost by the slimmest of margins. The Storm fell 1-0 on their home field. They forced Sturgeon Bay goalie McKenna Gibson to make three saves.


Kewaunee will take on Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah at home on Friday with the kickoff at 4:30 PM.

Kewaunee baseball splits a pair with Sevastopol

Kewaunee baseball picked up a dramatic victory and a loss on Thursday at home to Sevastopol. The Storm won in walk-off fashion in game one of the doubleheader. They scored two in the final inning after Sevastopol scored one in the top half. The final score was 5-4. In game two the Pioneers got up to a 10-0 lead after the third inning and Kewaunee couldn't recover. Game two went 10-4 to Sevastopol.


Kewaunee will play their final regular season conference game on Friday when they host Gibraltar at 5 PM.

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