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Sevastopol Spring Sports Senior Day: Baseball

Sevastopol head baseball coach Kent Berkley will have to wait another year to manage.

Berkley left Sturgeon Bay at the end of last year for the opportunity to manage the Pioneers after the team went 3-14 in 2019. Robby Pollman and Josh Pflieger were returning all-conference performers for the team with  Jacob Pflieger, Caleb Malvitz, Arthur Hocevar and Johnny Jorns all slated to return as well. Even though his time with his seniors were short, Berkley left them with some thoughts about baseball during a recently posted spring sports tribute.


After graduation, Pollman will be attending St. Norbert and studying Business. Josh Pflieger will attend UW-Platteville to study Computer Science. Jacob Pflieger will be attending UW-Stevens Point and studying Natural Resources. Malvitz will be attending NWTC and studying Electrical Power Distribution Program. Hocevar will be attending NWTC and studying Electrical Engineering Technology. Jorns will be attending NWTC and studying Fire Medic and Fire Science.


Screenshot from Sevastopol Spring Sports Salute, which you can find below



Sevastopol Spring Sports Senior Day: Softball

For Allison Daubner, Karoline Jordan, Lauren Junion, and Melissa Lopez, the 2020 Sevastopol softball will always be what might've been.


The Pioneers went 4-14 last year but won two of their final three games to advance to the second round of the WIAA playoffs. Junion was a second-team All-Packerland Conference performer last year as an infielder. In a spring sports tribute video, Pioneers head coach Brooke Bittorf offered these words.


After graduation, Junion will be attending US Army National Guard then Marquette and studying Nursing. Daubner will be attending Carroll University and studying Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Jordan will be attending UW-River Falls and studying Equine Science. Lopez will be 

will be attending UW-Stout and studying Graphic Communications.


Screen shot from spring sports video posted by Sevastopol School District, which is available below:


Sitte, Stillman named Gibraltar student-athletes of the year

Abbi Sitte and Brandon Stillman were named Gibraltar's student-athletes of the year during the school's virtual senior awards night Wednesday.


Sitte was hoping to qualify for the state track meet again this spring after competing in the 100M, 200M, and 4 x 200M relay last year. Sitte was also an all-Packerland Conference performer in volleyball and basketball during her senior year. Gibraltar's volleyball team won two straight regional championships and the basketball team was a game away from qualifying for sectionals in 2020 with Sitte on the team. Sitte will attend UW-Milwaukee in the fall.


Stillman was aiming to help the baseball team breakthrough to the state baseball tournament after helping it win regionals two years in a row. He was also an All-MONLPC Eight-Man Honorable Mention running back for the football team that made two straight playoff appearances and played on the sectional-qualifying basketball team in 2019. Stillman will head to Arizona State this fall.'s Champion of Champions Series: 2017 Algoma Girls' Track and Field

Behind the strength of its field events, the Algoma girl's track team won its first only state track title in 2017.


The Wolves edged Edgar High School 44-42 in the D3 scoring column thanks to several strong individual efforts. Elizabeth McClure won the high jump with a height of 5'06" while Morgan Davister and Katelyn Williams had top-five peformances in both shot put and discus. McClure also took sixth in pole vault.  The Wolves also took care of things on the track with Davister and Williams anchoring a 4 x 100M relay team that took fifth in the state with Khloe Williams and Courtney Guillette joining them on the squad. Alli Spitzer took ninth in the mile with a time of 5:24. 


2017 State Track Meet in LaCrosse

2017 Sectional Track Meet in Hilbert

2017 Regional Track Meet in Algoma

Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Mya Ploor

Sevastopol's Mya Ploor could have been on the doorstep for three different events at the state track meet if she had a senior season this year.


In addition to being on the state runner-up 4 x 800M relay team with Zoe Kuehn, Lizzy Fiscus, and Olivia Stenzel, she was also a sectional qualifier in the 4 x 400M relay and the 800M. She was also improving in many of her events, running two personal records and within shout distance of another in pole vault. Sevastopol track coach Dennis Ploor says her career is not done yet.

After this year, she will be attending Luther College and studying Music Education.




Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Kiegen Sargent

Sevastopol's Kiegen Sargent was hoping to improve on his state placement in one event and qualify in another before his senior season was cut short just six days in.


Sargent placed sixth at the WIAA State Track Meet held LaCrosse last year in long jump, setting a one foot personal record in the process. Reaching the 20 foot barrier seven times in 2019, he leapt 21' 5" at state to capture a medal. Sargent missed out on state in the 100M dash, but improved from his 2018 sectional time. Sevastopol track coach Dennis Ploor said in the school's spring sports video salute video that even though his four-year senior year was cut short, Sargent has big things on the horizon.


After this year, he will be joining the National Guard Infantry and UW-Stevens Point and studying Forestry.


2019 Season Highlights (full stats at



11.90PR May 20 WIAA D3 Regional-Algoma



24.10SR May 13 Packerland Conference Meet


Long Jump

21' 5PR Jun 1 WIAA D3 State Track & Field Championships


4 x 400M

4:07.11 May 7 Algoma Invitational
Scott AndreaeLogan BeyerKiegen SargentNoah Tomaszewski



Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Lizzy Fiscus

Sevastopol's Lizzy Fiscus will sadly not have a chance a gold medal after COVID-19 concerns canceled the 2020 spring sports season.


Fiscus, along with Zoe Kuehn, Mya Ploor, Lizzy Fiscus, Olivia Stenzel, ran on the 4x800 team that took second in the state last year with a time of just over 10 minutes flat. As an individual, Fiscus ran four personal record times during her junior year including the 400 meter, 800 meter, 3200 meter, and 2000 meter steeplechase. She was also a part of a sectional qualifying 4 x 400M relay team. Sevastopol Track Coach Dennis Ploor was optimistic for Fiscus in Sevastopol's spring sports video tribute.



During her years in the district, Fiscus was also a member of the school's Destination Imagination team and FFA chapter. She also won the Sturgeon Bay Breakfast Rotary's choral music award in 2018. 


2019 Season Highlights



1:09.44PR May 7 Algoma Invitational



2:37.82PR May 20 WIAA D3 Regional-Algoma



13:59.50PR Apr 22 Door County Classic (Packerland Quad)



2000M Steeplechase

9:01.75PR Apr 26 St. Norbert Elite Meet



4x400M Relay

5 4:20.65May 23WIAA D3 Princeton Sectional
Lizzy Fiscus, Kylie Newton, Mya Ploor, Rylee Krishka


4x800 M Relay

10:00.91 May 31 WIAA D3 State Track & Field Championships
Zoe KuehnMya PloorLizzy FiscusOlivia Stenzel


Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Kailee Moe

Sevastopol's Kailee Moe tried a little bit of everything during her two full season on the track team.


Joining the team in 2018, Moe has competed in the 100M, 200M, Discus, Pole Vault, Long Jump, and two different relays.  She set personal records last year in the 100M, discus, and long jump. In the spring sports salute video, Sevastopol head coach Dennis Ploor had some fun with the senior.


After this year, Moe will be attending Milwaukee School of Engineering and studying Biomedical Engineering. 


2019 Season Highlights (full profile at



20  15.48PR May 7 Algoma Invitational



15  54' 1PR May 13 Packerland Conference Meet


Pole Vault

5' 6 May 13 Packerland Conference Meet


Long Jump

11' 10PR Apr 25 18th Annual Luxemburg-Casco Spartan Invitational


Algoma Baseball Senior Day: Gavin Miller

It has been our pleasure to have Gavin out for baseball.  He sets a good example of what hard work can do, especially in his training for football.  He gained a lot of strength by hitting the weights along with increased speed and agility by spending numerous hours in the Wellness Center.  It is great to have an athlete so dedicated to football come out and give baseball a try.  He has been fun to have on the team and we are hopeful Gavin is a trailblazer for other hard working athletes to take on new challenges.

Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Kelton Couperus

Kelton Couperus' career as a Sevastopol track athlete might be as short as his time at the school itself.


Coperus started the year at Mellen High School, located near the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in northern Wisconsin. According to, he had a personal record of 20:28 in the 5K event at the Indianhead Conference Copperud Open in Solon Springs. Sevastopol Track Coach Dennis Ploor said in the school's spring sports video that Coperus was an inspiration.


After this year, Coperus will be attending Brigham Young University and studying Biophysics.



Luxemburg-Casco Baseball Senior Day: Bryce Hanmann

nger playing days. Bryce also credits his uncle as well for teaching and coaching alongside his dad and giving him pointers and tips as he was coming up. Bryce has lots of fond memories from his playing days with friends, family, and being coached by his father and Uncle. He cites that once as a youngster they lost a game to a talented Green Bay Sluggers, and the opportunity presented itself to play them the following day. Bryce was not a fan of the decision, and in fact was put on the mound to pitch in addition to his lack of interest to play this team again. He ended pitching a one hit, three inning gem, but credits the loss to fellow Senior Jake Cravillion for giving up a Grand Slam to a future Clemson commit. His fondest moment of this was the opposing coach after the game driving by just pointing at him and smiling as he drove away. The recognition may have been little and unseen to others, but affirmation from an opposing coach has stuck with Bryce to this day. This can remind us that simple acts of good can go a long way and mean a lot more than we know. So fast forward to 2020 to a young man with a big heart and a bright future. Bryce is heading to UW-Madison in the coming year to enroll in the Kinesiology program where he hopes one day to find himself on the training staff of a professional sports team. Helping others and being around sports will be a great fit for Bryce. In his leisure he also enjoys fishing, boating, and napping. The napping probably ensues after he downs a plate of his favorite ribs. Outside of baseball, Bryce is a decorated student have been named at one time the class president. Bryce thanks his dad for the past entirety of his life for being his role model. From coaching, teaching, to just supporting him. Bryce told us that when he looks down the road 30 years, he wants his life to mirror that of his father’s and everything his father has accomplished. Bryce, we’re going to miss the positive spirit, the joyful laugh, and the big heart you shared with us over these past years. Good Luck to you moving forward 21! Everyone, join me in congratulating Bryce Hanmann!


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Baseball Facebook page



Algoma Baseball Senior Day: Justin Dragosh

As a junior, Justin jumped head first into the Varsity Baseball program.  As expected, a late start did not phase Justin.  He is one of those players you wish you had one more year to work with.  Justin made so much progress and had a lot of momentum, energy, and excitement coming into his senior season.  He worked extremely hard and became one of our most coachable athletes.  Justin possess the perfect combination for an AHS baseball player; reliable, dependable, punctual, and team oriented.  The coaching staff is saddened for this loss of opportunity, but grateful for his contributions.  We expect big things for Justin in his future.

Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Senior Day: Natalie Haen

Our final senior to honor is Natalie Haen. Natalie is a hardworking and motivated player. She is selfless and always puts the team first. Her sophomore year the team was in need of a goalkeeper; Natalie stepped up into the role even though she had no prior experience. This position can be very difficult to play but Natalie was fearless in that position and put in a lot of work to continuously improve. Her strong work ethic led her to being voted the hardest worker on the team the past two seasons and being selected as honorable mention all-conference. Her selflessness and leadership will be missed.

Sevastopol Track Senior Day: Madison Duginski

Madison Duginksi's track career was only six days old when COVID-19 canceled the rest of the season, but she can still look back at the cross country season with high regard.


According to, Duginski tried her hand at distance running last fall, running a 34:24 in her first 5K race. She improved the whole season, cutting off two minutes on her time her next two meets before running sub-30 minute races the rest of the year. Her personal record was at the Packerland Conference meet with a time of 28:13. That was a six-minute personal record on Gibraltar's home course. Head coach Dennis Ploor said in the school spring sports video that it was fun six days with Duginski.


After this year, Duginski will be joining the United States Navy and doing Nuclear Mechanics.



Algoma Baseball Senior Day: Bryce Duerst

Bryce came into spring with high excitement and expectations.   He planned open gyms, utilized the weight room, and worked hard in the off-season to prepare for his final season.    Bryce is the type of leader that I hope others aspire to be like.   His personality, enthusiasm, work ethic, and passion was second to none.   Bryce has certain intangibles that cannot be replaced.   

During the off-season, after working double shifts on Charter boats, Bryce would always find time to volunteer helping the Youth program on weekends as well as umpire little league games on weeknights. 


There is no question; Bryce will be a future leader someday.  The coaching staff could not be more proud to call Bryce our Team Captain.

Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Senior Day: Ally Zimmerman

Today we are honoring senior Ally Zimmerman. Ally is a hard working player that always gives 100% when she’s out on the field. Throughout her high school career she improved and became more aggressive and confident throughout each season. She is the definition of a true team player and was always supporting her teammates whether she was on the field or sidelines. She knows the meaning of being a part of a team and creating a family like atmosphere. She has stepped up as a leader and was always welcoming to the younger players. Her kindheartedness and hard work will be missed.

Sevastopol Golf Senior Day: Tyler Kiehnau

The golfer that caused Sevastopol head coach Dan Sanborn to take over the reins in 2020 will be the one he will get to coach the least.


One year removed from being the team's and the area's only All-Packerland Conference honoree, Tyler Kiehnau was the Pioneer's lone senior. He was hoping to build on last year's success to clinch a berth to the state golf tournament in Madison. He scored an 86 in last year's Crivitz sectional, which was good for ninth place. Sanborn hopes golf is something he is able to take with him through life.


After graduation, Kiehnau is attending St. Norbert College to study marketing.


Photo and audio from a spring sports tribute video posted by Sevastopol School District last week. will highlight the seniors from all of the schools as a part of its Senior Night Series brought you by Culver's, Door County Medical Center, and Nicolet National Bank.



Sevastopol salutes spring sports athletes

The coaches at Sevastopol High School took to video to thank their athletes and give special shout-outs to their seniors.


In a video posted Friday morning and kicked off by athletic director Jennifer Wiesner, golf coach Dan Sanborn, baseball coach Kent Berkley, track coach Dennis Ploor, softball coach Brooke Bittorf,  and soccer coach Chad Andreae each gave special messages to their teams that had their season cut short or not even start in some cases due to COVID-19.


We will highlight the seniors with special Senior Day posts in the near future on



Luxemburg-Casco Soccer Senior Day: Madi VandenBush

Today we are honoring Madilyn VandenBush, the first of our three seniors. During her soccer career, Madi has overcome a lot of obstacles but has maintained a positive attitude. Right before her junior season she tore her ACL. However, she did not let this stop her from being a part of a sport she loves. Madi put in a lot of hard work to rehab and get ready to play again. The coaches were very impressed with Madi’s work ethic this off-season and the positive role model she became for the other players. Unfortunately, Madi tore her ACL again right before her senior season of soccer was supposed to start. Once again she remained positive and immediately said she still wanted to be a part of the team as a manager this year. Sitting on the bench watching teammates play can be difficult but I think this shows a lot about Madi’s character that she was willing to still be there for her teammates. Madilyn's positive personality will be greatly missed next year.

Southern Door looks for coaches

Southern Door is hoping to fill some of its open coach vacancies before the next school year arrives.


The school's volleyball program is looking to place people in several roles, including varsity head coach, two junior varsity positions, and a middle school coach. Its boys' basketball and cross country teams are looking for assistant coaches while the dance team is looking for a varsity coach. If interested, you can apply for the jobs with the school. 


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