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Clipper Football helping with Punt Pass & Kick contest

Sturgeon Bay Council 2478 in conjunction with the Wisconsin State Knights of Columbus invite all your boys and girls ages 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 to participate in the annual Punt, Pass & Kick contest.
The contest will be held on Sunday, September 29 at Noon on the Sturgeon Bay High School Football practice field on Michigan Street.

There are no fees for entering the contest and 1st place medals along with participation certificates will be awarded.

Registration will be 11:30 to Noon at the field the day of the competition September 29.


Winners from each of the boys and girls age division will be eligible to advance to the Diocesan competition to be held at HIlbert High School on Saturday, October 5.


The Sturgeon Bay Clipper varsity football team will be assisting the Knights of Columbus with the event.  

Sturgeon Bay soccer dominates Kewaunee 12-0

The Sturgeon Bay Clipper soccer team scored early and often to easily defeat the Kewaunee Storm 12-0 in Packerland conference action Monday afternoon.  Taking a commanding 11-0 lead in the first half, the Clippers cruised to their fourth victory of the season.  Trey Maas, Eli Dietzel, and Carson Dvorak all scored two goals a piece to lead the Clipper attack.  Sturgeon Bay (4-1-1) will now travel to Gibraltar on Thursday to take on the Vikings.

Sevastopol girls place two in top 10 at Roncalli Invite

The Sevastopol girls team rode a pair of top 10 performances to a 4th place team finish at Saturday's Roncalli Invitational.


Juniors Olivia Stenzel and Kylie Newton led the way for the Pioneer girls, each finishing under 23:15 for the 5K course. On the boys' side it was Josh and Jake Pflieger pacing the group with times right around 20 minutes. As a team, the boys finished sixth.



22 1 #936 Josh Pflieger 12 19:44.62 

26 2 #935 Jake Pflieger 12 20:06.08 

34 3 #939 Scott Andreae 11 20:44.27 

35 4 #938 Sam Abel 11 20:45.82 

37 5 #934 Bailey Henrickson 11 21:01.87 

(39) 6 #937 Noah Tomaszewski 11 21:46.78 



6 1 #947 Olivia Stenzel 11 22:50.63 

8 2 #943 Kylie Newton 11 23:14.55 

13 3 #942 Lizzy Fiscus 12 23:57.32 

28 4 #945 Rachel Wilke 10 25:59.17 

38 5 #944 Mckenzie Wiesner 11 27:44.83 

(44) 6 #941 Madison Duginski 12 33:20.91 

(45) 7 #940 Kristin Daubner 10 33:54.86



Kewaunee squads finish top 5 in Roncalli Invitational

Both the Kewaunee boys and girls cross country squads had successful morning as a team in Saturday's Roncalli Invitational.


The Cullen brothers once again led the way for the Kewaunee boys with James and younger brother Cameron finishing 1-2 on the team and 6-7 overall with 5K times of 18:51 and 18:53 respectively. The Storm boys finished 3rd overall. The girls finished fifth overall thanks to three runners led by Elizabeth Lamack breaking 24:30 on the course held at Manitowoc's Lincoln Park.



10 1 #440 Elizabeth Lamack 11 23:24.69

15 2 #456 Elena Lewis 11 24:22.60

17 3 #465 Natalie Pansier 10 24:27.86

19 4 #502 Ashlyn Pribek 10 24:35.19

34 5 #419 Regina Augustian 11 27:11.15

(37) 6 #800 Grace Wisnicky 10 27:40.42



6 1 #103 James Cullen 12 18:51.89 

7 2 #101 Cameron Cullen 10 18:53.35 

17 3 #263 Jacob Schleis 10 19:13.36 

28 4 #348 Jordan Lamack 9 20:11.27

42 5 #342 Dalton Sisel 11 22:15.95 

Sturgeon Bay girls cross country comes in ninth in Shawano

Sturgeon Bay cross country teams tested themselves against strong and bigger programs on Saturday at the Shawano Hawk Invitational Saturday.


The boys team did not have enough runners to score as a team, but were led by sophomore Jace Johnson, who ran a 20:17 on the 5K course. The girls took 9th as a team and were led by Miranda Olson who traversed the course in 23:04.



53. Jace Johnson 10 Sturgeon Bay 20:17.7 6:32

55. Bennett Johnson 10 Sturgeon Bay 21:01.3 6:46 

63. Andrew Konop 10 Sturgeon Bay 24:43.9 7:58 

65. Pinkert Elijah 9 Sturgeon Bay 25:20.3 8:10



1 31 Miranda Olson 11 23:04.3

2 38 Allison Hobbs 10 23:52.9

3 45 Claire Tellstrom 12 24:18.5

4 47 Ashley Alberts 11 25:04.8

5 48 Maggie Stephens 10 25:06.3

6 ( 54) Morgan Reinhart 11 25:49.9

7 ( 57) Grace Faller 11 26:30.2

Algoma volleyball hangs on against Peshtigo

The Wolves won their sixth straight match Thursday night at Peshtigo. It wasn’t easy though. Algoma took the first two sets but had to sweat through a fifth set win to take the match. The final score was 25-22, 25-17, 23-25, 18-25, 15-9. Hanna Wiese, Rianna Jones, and Chloie Spitzer all had at least five service aces. Sydney Zimmerman led the team with 17 kills. Rianna Jones and Jacklyn had over 20 assists. Algoma’s next match is Thursday against Oconto.

Southern Door volleyball runs the table at Ripon

The Eagles soared on the court Saturday at the Ripon Invitational. Southern Door won every match it participated in without a dropping a set. The five victories for the Eagles included a Championship Match win over Waupun. 

Ripon Invitational Results
Winnebago Lutheran Academy: 25-11, 25-20
Green Bay West: 25-19, 25-9
Waupun: 25-16, 25-19
Crandon: 25-20, 25-22
Waupun: 25-18, 25-15 (Championship Match)

Southern Door’s next matchup is a home conference tilt against Sevastopol.


Sevastopol volleyball swept by Sturgeon Bay Thursday

The Pioneers hosted Sturgeon Bay in Packerland volleyball action on Thursday night. Unfortunately for the home squad, the match went to the Clippers in three sets; 17-25, 8-25, 16-25. Bright spots for Sevastopol included Mya  Ploor with six kills. Bailey Rikkola chipped in five ace serves and six digs. Sasha Laaksonen doled out eight assists. The Pioneers take to the court again Thursday against Southern Door.

Algoma blanks Gillett Friday 42-0

The Wolves cruised to an easy victory over Gillett Friday rebounding from their first loss of the year in convincing fashion, 42-0. Gillett struggled to get to 120 yards of total offense and Algoma found a fast start. The Wolves put up 20 in the first quarter and another 16 in the second to lead 36-0 at halftime. It was all on the ground for the Wolves. Quarterback Carter Zimmerman only had two passing attempts with one completion for 15 yards. Six running backs were used in committee to help replace Oliver Robertson who missed his second consecutive contest. The feature back was Jordan Derringer with 15 carries and three touchdowns.


Algoma hosts Williams Bay Saturday, a game you will hear on 96.7 WBDK and streaming on and

Kewaunee football dispatches Crivitz 48-12 Friday night

The Storm offense was almost as potent on the gridiron Friday night as Mother Nature was this past week. It started on the ground for Kewaunee with running back Owen Kudick averaging nine yards per carry. Kudick was the workhorse handling all 31 rushing attempts on the night for 279 yards and four scores. Quarterback Ryan Carmichael had three touchdown passes of his own balanced against an interception. Carmichael finished the night with 12 completions on 16 attempts for 108 yards. 

A concerning thing for Coach Randy Charles and his staff is that big plays reared their head again against the Kewaunee defense. Crivitz’s two touchdowns were a 36-yard pass and a 70-yard run. Crivitz only ran 25 plays on offense which makes that stand out even more. Kewaunee is off this week. Originally they were scheduled to line up against Sturgeon Bay but that game has been forfeited by the Clippers and Kewaunee was unable to swap in another opponent.


Gibraltar sets bests at Spring Green

Gibraltar's cross country teams had a successful day at the River Valley Invitational held at Spring Green Saturday morning.


Both teams took 13th over in their respective boys and girls races at in the small school division. Coach Joy Manweiler Bastian was still impressed by her team's efforts with several personal bests set during the meet. Maggie Moroney, Audrey Viste, Klara Orrick, Anthony Casanas, Emiliano Marvin all ran personal bests while Jack Moore ran a season-best time.


13. 282 Gibraltar (20:20.6 101:42.8 4:01.1) ========================================================== 1 20 Anthony Casanas 10 18:39.7 2 42 Nico Salm 10 19:42.2 3 62 Jack Moore 11 20:16.0 4 65 Jack Hitzeman 11 20:24.1 5 93 Emiliano Marvin 10 22:40.8



13. 307 Gibraltar (25:58.0 129:49.7 3:34.7) ========================================================== 1 39 Betsy Lecy 9 23:39.1 2 61 Ana McNally 11 25:58.8 3 63 Maggie Moroney 11 26:04.3 4 69 Audrey Viste 11 26:53.7 5 75 Nina Sitte 12 27:13.8 6 ( 77) Klara Orrick 9 27:18.8

Gibraltar tips Laona-Wabeno on 105.1 The Viking

A slugfest turned into a track meet in the second half as Gibraltar beat Laona-Wabeno in MONLPC eight-man football action Saturday afternoon 28-24.


The first half started 6-0 in favor of Laona-Wabeno thanks to the Rebels' Connor Taylor punching in a touchdown from inside the five-yard line. The Vikings' Luke Steebs found Alex Laughlin for a 36-yard score to narrow the score to 8-6 at the break. Laughlin broke through to tie the game with a short touchdown, only to have Clayton Jansesch quickly answer back with a touchdown run of his own. Both teams started to play long ball after that, starting with Laughlin finding Marcus Reinhardt for a 43 yard score after receiving the pitch from Steebs. The Rebels quickly answered with their own 80-yard touchdown pass to Michael Stamper to make it 24-20. Laughlin would find himself a part of another scoring drive, this time on the receiving end of a 67-yard passing play from Steebs. 


It was a game of defensive stands for the Vikings, which forced four fumbles on the day while recovering two and made a key play at the end to give the Rebels their first loss of the season.


The Vikings are back in action next Saturday afternoon in Green Bay as they take on NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. and will air on 105.1 The Viking.


Full Stats


Listen to a replay of the game by clicking on Gibraltar Football Saturday



Kewaunee girls cross country trying to repeat

Elizabeth Lamack and company on the Kewaunee girls cross country team are looking to repeat as conference champions. Now a junior, Lamack was on last year's conference-winning team and hope to leads the Storm again in this campaign. Both the boys and girls teams will be at Roncalli today along with Howards Grove, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, Roncalli, Saint Lawrence Seminary, Sevastopol, St. Mary's Springs and Two Rivers.


2014 was the correct answer to Friday's trivia question. Congratulations to Joe Kassner for answering the question correctly! Joe is the winner of a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.

Sturgeon Bay tripped up by Chequamegon

The Clippers football squad fell Friday evening in Park Falls to Chequamegon High School 38-8. Although the final score looks lopsided, the game was far more competitive than Sturgeon Bay’s contest with Oakfield a week ago. The Clippers had just one penalty for the game, a holding call late in the fourth quarter. Last week they suffered multiple delay of game infractions, false starts, and personal fouls.


On a wet, sloppy field with rain coming down ball security remained an issue. Sturgeon Bay had a handful of bad and mishandled snaps. Quarterback Anthony Jennerjohn was intercepted three times by the Screaming Eagles’ Joseph Newbury. The turnovers proved too much for Sturgeon Bay who kept it close for much of the first half. The game was scoreless after one quarter and 16-0 at halftime. Chequamegon quarterback Michael Kirch joined Andrew Wells and Jacob Mertig to pace the Screaming Eagles rushing attack. Kirch kept his own number on an option running right to give Chequamegon its second score with under one minute to go in the first half.


Sturgeon Bay was able to move the football but was held off the board in the game’s first 24 minutes. Their best scoring opportunity of the first half came on a drive that began at their own 17. It ended abruptly after a Jennerjohn fumble on a designed run inside the opponent’s 30-yard line. A long pass play to receiver Drew Price set up the Clippers score in the fourth quarter. Price caught a crossing route and stayed on his feet down the left sideline to the Chequamegon 5 yard line. Sturgeon Bay plays in one week against Wisconsin Heights.

Spartans' rally fall shorts 24-21 to Freedom on WBDK

In a nail-biting finish, the Luxemburg -Casco Spartans came up four yards short of a remarkable comeback Friday night in Freedom as the Irish prevailed 24-21 in a North Eastern Conference football game.  Down 24-7 in the fourth quarter, the Spartans rallied with two touchdowns and drove to the Irish four-yard line in the final three minutes.  Faced with a first and goal from the four-yard line with: 09 seconds left, the Freedom defense came up big and stopped quarterback Matt Cravillion on a rollout pass/run option play to secure the victory.  

After a scoreless first quarter, Freedom (3-0, 4-0 overall) controlled the middle two quarters by scoring 24 unanswered points after the Spartans took the lead early in the second quarter on a 17-yard touchdown run by Reece Worachek.  The Irish scored right before halftime on a one-yard quarterback sneak by Jackson Higgins after a long pass reception set up the score in the final seconds of the half.  

Worachek had another monster game for the Spartans rushing for an impressive 295 yards and two touchdowns.  

The Spartans (1-2, 1-3 overall) will now look to bounce back next week at home as they take on the Clintonville Truckers Friday night in a game that will be broadcast on 96.7 FM WBDK starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show.  


(photo of Reece Worachek courtesy of Ron LeCloux from Fox Valley Lutheran Game earlier this year) 


Eagles football can't corral Cougars on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles could not get their running game going and could not stop Coleman’s in a 44-0 defeat Friday night on 102.1 MORE FM. The Cougars defense kept Nick Baudhuin and the Eagles in check for most of the game outside of a 55 -yard passing play by Alex Daoust in the game’s opening minutes. Stopping that drive inside their own red zone propelled the Cougars on their first drive, which was capped off by a touchdown run by quarterback Cayden Bintz. In the second quarter, Bintz and Zach Cops would score on touchdowns from inside the 10-yard line to make it 24-0 at the half. Owen Kinziger and Tyler Blanchard would add third-quarter scores before Zach Cops added his second touchdown of the game in the closing minutes. The Eagles return to action next Friday for its homecoming football game showdown against Oconto. That game can be heard on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Sevastopol trails all night on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol's best efforts against Florence on Friday night couldn't lead to a victory against the Bobcats. Florence won 60-0 on the Pioneers home field in a game heard on 104.1 WRLU and 


The Bobcats got off to a quick start, scoring touchdowns with the two-point conversions on all four of their first quarter possessions and led 32-0 after one. Sevastopol couldn't get much going on offense. Florence picked off four Triston Beauchamp passes in the game which came after last week's four touchdown game against Green NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. Kaden Schuls and Toby Wheeler were the big playmakers for Florence on offense and on defense. Tommy Giblin, Christian Terhardt and Spencer Evenson were the standouts for Sevastopol on the defensive side of the field.


Sevastopol is now 0-4 overall on the season and 0-3 in the MONLPC. The Pioneers will try to bounce back next Friday night when they host Wausaukee. That game will also be on 104.1 WRLU with the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.


Gibraltar hosts matinee against Laona-Wabeno on 105.1 The Viking

It is another week and another different starting time for the Gibraltar Vikings as they host the Laona-Wabeno Rebels on 105.1 The Viking.  Both teams are coming off big week three wins before Saturday’s matinee. The Vikings were able to contain Suring’s Logan Stuart and hit big plays of their own in its 43-24 victory of the Eagles.  The Rebels won in a 48-0 shutout of Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas. In four weeks the Vikings have split their home and road schedule so far on three different days of the week. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says they adjusted their schedule accordingly to game plan for what expects to be a tough test for his young team.

Tim Kowols and Jay Kita will have the call Saturday afternoon on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.

Spartan volleyball sweeps Little Chute

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan volleyball team won the battle of the L-Cs with a 3-0 sweep Thursday night.  The Spartans bounced back from two tough losses last week against Fox Valley Lutheran and Pewaukee.  The following stats are courtesy of Coach Jeff Frye of Luxemburg-Casco.


LC Wins 3-0 (31-29, 25-15, 25-7)


LC Record (11-7/ 1-1)


LC Stats:


Bekah Day 27 assists, 10 digs

Hannah Derenne 10 kills, 5 digs, 4 blocks

Holly Baierl 6 kills, 4 blocks

Allie Routhieaux-10 Digs, 2 aces

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 9-13-19

Friday's trivia question is, "Elizabeth Lamack leads this season's Kewaunee girls cross country team. When was the last time the Storm girls cross country team won a conference championship?"


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.

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