Luxemburg-Casco High School

Spartan Winter Sports Preview at Rendezvous tonight on WBDK

Coming off a strong fall sports season, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans winter sports will be previewed for the upcoming campaign on WBDK 96.7 FM Wednesday night from the Rendezvous of Luxemburg.  Coaches and student-athletes from the boys and girls basketball programs and the wrestling squad will be featured during the show that will run from 5:30 pm until 7 pm.  Taylor Schmidt will start things off as she takes over the helm as the new coach for the girls' basketball team.  Chaz Treml will follow with the Spartan wrestling program and Tyler Thrune will wrap it up with the boys' basketball squad.  The broadcast will also be streamed live on  The schedule for the evening is listed below.


5:30 pm Girls Basketball 
6:00 pm  Wrestling
6:30 pm  Boys Basketball

Luxemburg-Casco captures state volleyball title on 96.7 WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco fought off a furious rally by McFarland in the third set to capture its first-ever state volleyball title at the Resch Center Saturday afternoon.


Finding themselves down early in the first set 8-2, Luxemburg-Casco was able to regroup and took control late to win 25-21, capturing seven of the final 10 points.


Luxemburg-Casco made McFarland dig out of 13-6  hole, but never let them get within striking distance in the second game, winning 25-17.


Championships are not meant to be easy and Luxemburg-Casco found that out in the third game. McFarland got out to a 13-7 lead before head coach Jeff Frey called his first time-out to stem the tide. It worked as Luxemburg-Casco captured five of the next seven points before McFarland showed a burst of its own, forcing Frey to call another timeout. Luxemburg-Casco would score 11 of the final 15 points to clinch the title.


Hannah Derenne showed nice touch in many of her team-leading 14 kills while Grace Holschuh added another 11. Bekah Day registered 39 assists in her final match for Luxemburg-Casco while Alli Routhieaux led the team in digs with 13. A relatively even game statisically between the two teams, Luxemburg-Casco outpaced top-seeded McFarland in kills 45-27.








Spartans volleyball sweeps Wisconsin Lutheran, plays McFarland for title Saturday

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans girls volleyball team came out fast and beat the Wisconsin Lutheran Vikings 3 sets to none on Friday afternoon in a Division 2 State Semi-Final at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  The Spartans jumped out to a 9-1 lead in the first set and cruised to a 25-15 win.  Set two saw the Spartans control most of the game and led from start to finish to win 25-22.  The final set was a see-saw affair which saw the Vikings take a three point lead only to have the Spartans come back and prevail 25-23.  The Spartans will now take on the McFarland Spartans Saturday at 2:30 pm in the state championship match.  Tyler Thrune and Tim Kowols will have the call on 96.7 FM WBDK with the pregame starting at 2 pm.  The broadcast will also be streamed on

Luxemburg-Casco set for huge following Friday

Luxemburg-Casco School District has committed to an early release for students Friday. Class schedules have been adjusted along with lunch so that all district schools can end by 12:30 PM. The High School office has been selling tickets since Tuesday with hours extended until 5 PM yesterday due to demand. At some points, they had run out of supply and were forced to request more. As of 24 hours ago, over 700 tickets had been purchased. 

The matchup is at the Resch Center in Green Bay, a multi-purpose arena with seating of approximately 9,900. The WIAA is running a contest called Rush to the Resch which gives $1,000 to the school in each division which sells the most presale tickets. Early returns give L-C a great chance at taking home the check for Division 2. For those looking to purchase tickets to the State Title matches on Saturday, that must be done separately.

Spartans volleyball faces Wisconsin Lutheran in state semis on WBDK Friday

The Luxemburg-Casco girls volleyball team will battle Wisconsin Lutheran Friday afternoon at the Resch Center in Green Bay at the WIAA Division 2 state semi-finals.  The Spartans earned their second trip to state in three years with a victory over Xavier in the sectional finals last Saturday.  Wisconsin Lutheran knocked off top seeded Mosinee in five games to qualify for the state semi-finals.  The winner of Friday’s match will face the winner of McFarland and Bloomer on Saturday at 2:30 pm for the state championship.  Friday’s broadcast on WBDK 96.7 FM will begin at 1:30 with the pregame and first serve at 2 pm.   Tyler Thrune and Paul Schmitt will have the call in a match that will also be streamed on

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball gets state pairing

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team knows its opponent when it opens the WIAA State Tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay on Friday.


The WIAA announced Sunday the Division 2 state volleyball field, which places the Spartans playing against Wisconsin Lutheran in the semifinal round at 2 p.m. on Friday. The winner of that match would play the winner of McFarland and Bloomer at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.


This is the second time Luxemburg-Casco has advanced to the state tournament in three years, defeating Merill before falling to Lakeside Lutheran in 2017.


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco volleyball





Luxemburg-Casco volleyball headed to state

Luxemburg-Casco rallied after losing the first set to beat Xavier in the sectional final at Little Chute on Saturday night. The Spartans then took the next 3 sets and will play in the state semi-finals on Friday. Bekah Day had 47 assists and 9 digs. Grace Holschuh led the team in kills with 18 and blocks with 4. Hannah Derenne added 16 Kills and 16 digs and Kenzie Hanson Kenzie contributed Hanson-11 Kills and 14 digs. Alli Routhieaux had a nice match with 15 digs. Luxemburg-Casco Head Coach said, "Xavier did a great job of putting pressure on us early in game 1, but I thought we started to settle in late in game 1 and carried it into the next 3 games.  Proud of the way our girls didn’t panic and went back to playing the way we wanted.  We did a great job of spreading the ball around.  So proud of our girls and excited for them."


Luxemburg-Casco will now have to wait until Friday to play in the state semi-final game. The Spartans will take on Wisconsin Lutheran at the Resch Center in Green Bay with the match starting at 2 PM.


Picture courtesy of Ron LeCloux.

History repeats itself for L-C volleyball

For the second straight year, Luxemburg-Casco volleyball has defeated Notre Dame in the sectional semi-finals. It was the same score as last year as well with L-C taking the match 3-2 (25-13, 25-27, 26-28, 25-18, 15-10). Luxemburg-Casco had to rally down 2-1 to take the final two sets. The Spartans will now take on Xavier in the sectional finals in Little Chute on Saturday. Xavier prevented Little Chute from being the home team by beating them 3-2. The match will start at 7 PM with a trip to states on the line.


Notre Dame was the correct answer to yesterday's trivia question. Congratulations to Sam Prokash for answering the question correctly! Sam is the winner of a $25 certificate to The Rendezvous in Luxemburg.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 10-31-19

Thursday's trivia question is, "Luxemburg-Casco volleyball takes on Notre Dame tonight in the sectional semi-finals. Who did the Spartans beat in the sectional semi-final last year?"


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 Rendezvous in Luxemburg.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Friday.


Good luck!

Thiry and Delebreau lead L-C cross country

The Luxemburg-Casco boys and girls cross country teams put up good showings at the Division 2 Sectionals on Saturday in Two Rivers. Spencer Thiry led the boys with a time of 17.48.6 to finish in 22nd place and a team score of 244.


The Spartan girls finished a little closer to the top with a score of 171. They were led by Alyssa Delebreau and her 21st-place finish. Delebreau's time was 21.35.8.

Regional championship for Luxemburg-Casco volleyball

Luxemburg-Casco swept Freedom on their home court on Saturday to take home a regional championship. The scores went 25-17, 25-15, 25-18. Bekah Day led the Spartans with 32 assists and 7 digs. Holly Baierl had 13 kills while Alli Routhieaux added 13 digs. Hannah Derenne had a great all-around game nine kills and eight digs.


The top-seeded Spartans will now host (3) Notre Dame in the Division 2 Sectional Semifinals on Thursday at 7 PM. Notre Dame knocked off 2-seed Denmark 3-1 on Saturday.


Picture courtesy of the Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball Facebook page

Luxemburg-Casco eliminated from soccer tournament

Luxemburg-Casco High School's boys soccer team fell to (5) Sheboygan Falls at home Saturday afternoon. Sheboygan Falls never trailed in the match. The Falcons were up 2-1 at halftime and netted the first three goals of the second stanza. The final was 5-2. Cody Arendt in the 13th minute and Matthew Conway in the 73rd minute were the tallies for Luxemburg-Casco in the contest. L-C was a four seed in the Division 3 tournament bracket so the result was a mild upset.


Sheboygan Falls will take on (1) Seymour on Halloween.

L-C Volleyball hosts Freedom

Three Door Peninsula high school volleyball teams are still alive for Saturday night action in the WIAA postseason tournament. The highest seed, and the only home team, is Luxemburg-Casco. The (1) Spartans had a bye in the first round Tuesday. If there was any rust it didn't show against Oconto Falls. L-C won in straight sets Thursday night 25-15, 25-13, 25-14.


Saturday, they play (4) Freedom. Both teams are out of the North Eastern Conference so they have played each other this season. L-C took that matchup in Freedom in straight sets. Freedom knocked out Sturgeon Bay in the second round in a match that could have gone either way. The Clippers won the first set 25-21 and were within mere points of taking the second, 25-27. Once the momentum swung, the Irish rolled in sets three and four.

A look back at Luxemburg-Casco volleyball

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team earned a number one seed in the Division 2 State Tournament this season and the success of the program can be traced back a long way. Colleen Tymus took over the program as head coach back in 1979 and was the longest-tenured (so far) coach in the Spartans volleyball history. She coached for 17 years and her run came to an end after the 1995 season. L-C won five regional championships under Tymus.


Tymus was the correct answer to Thursday's trivia question. Congratulations to Dawn Hanson for answering the question correctly. Dawn will win a $25 certificate to The Rendezvous in Luxemburg.

Saldana gets another hat-trick in regional semi-final

Luxemburg-Casco's Griffin Saldana would own a lot of hats if he played hockey instead of soccer after the Spartans beat Wrightstown Thursday night at home 4-1.


Saldana scored three times, including the game-winner in the 61st and an insurance goal in the 89th to lead the way for the Spartans. Carter Sewell also reached the back of the net in the victory. Next up for the Spartans is Sheboygan Falls in the regional final in Luxemburg beginning at 4 p.m.


Picture Courtesy of L-C Soccer Club



Aces lead the way for Spartans volleyball team

It was a hot night from the service line as the Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team earned a 3-0 sweep of Oconto Falls Thursday night.


Luxemburg-Casco had 11 aces on the evening, winning the sets by scores of 25-15, 25-13, and 25-14.  Alli Routhieaux was a defensive force with 14 digs while Bekah Day set up the offense with 33 assists. Holly Baierl scored 10 kills on the evening while Hannah Derenne and Grace Holschuh added nine kills each in the win for the Spartans. They will host conference rival Freedom for the regional title Saturday night at 7 p.m.


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball



High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 10-24-19

Thursday's trivia question is, "Who replaced Mike Shanhofer as the volleyball head coach at Luxemburg-Casco for the 1979 season? She would go on to coach for 17 seasons."


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 Rendezvous in Luxemburg.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Friday.


Good luck!

Spartans post-season hopes dashed with 30-22 loss to Wrightstown on WBDK

Luxemburg-Casco fought hard but came up short Friday night with a 30-22 loss to the Wrightstown Tigers in a North Eastern Conference regular-season finale. 


The Spartans fell behind early as Wrightstown scored on their first three offensive drives.  Tailing 14-0 after one quarter, the Spartans were able to get on the board with 11:17 left in the second quarter on a one-yard run by running back Reece Worachek. 


Wrightstown led 21-7 at halftime before Spartan quarterback Matt Cravillion scored from 3 yards out to close the gap to 21-14. 



The Tigers scored twice to take a 30-14 lead early in the fourth quarter before the Spartans made a late rally with a 12 yard run from Worachek to get within eight points but could not capitalize on two Wrightstown fumbles in the final five minutes.  The Spartans were denied with 36 seconds left on fourth and goal from the one-yard line when Worachek slipped after the hand-off and was stopped short of the goal line.


The Spartans (3-5, 3-6 overall) will now miss the playoffs for the first time in seven years.  Wrightstown (7-1, 7-2 overall) will now wait for the seeding after finishing second in the North Eastern Conference. 


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Spartans volleyball sinks Marines

Luxemburg-Casco hit the court for one of its final tune-ups Thursday before WIAA Tournament action begins.


The Spartans swept Marinette 3-0, not allowing the Marines to even hit double digits by winning their sets by scores of 25-5, 25-4, and 25-5. It was a balanced night of offense for the Spartans with Hannah Derenne registering six aces and four kills while Holly Baierl and Grace Holschuh  each adding at least five kills of their own. Bekah Day led the Spartans from the setter position with 17 assists on the evening.

Coisman's big game against Wrightstown last year

As this year's Luxemburg-Casco football prepares to take on Wrightstown, let's take a look back at last year's game. The Spartans won 21-0 behind two touchdown runs from Nathan Coisman. He scored 10 total touchdowns on the season. Garrit Aissen scored the other touchdown in the game for L-C.


Nathan Coisman was the correct answer to Thursday's trivia question. Congratulations to Jodie Glish for answering it correctly! Jodie is the winner of a $25 certificate to The Rendezvous in Luxemburg.

Spartans travel to Wrightstown for regular season finale on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will travel to Wrightstown Friday night in the final regular-season game against the Tigers in the North Eastern Conference.  The Spartans (3-4, 3-5 overall) need a win to become playoff eligible while Wrightstown (6-1, 6-2 overall) have co- conference championship aspirations if they would win and undefeated Freedom falls to Marinette.  Luxemburg-Casco is coming off a heart-breaking 6-0 overtime loss to Little Chute last Friday while the Tigers loss 24-6 to West DePere in a non-conference matchup.  The pregame show will begin from Wrightstown High School at 6:30 pm with kickoff set for 7 pm on 96.7 FM WBDK.  The game will also be streamed live on


(Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux from earlier this season of Reece Worachek)

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the Day 10-17-19

Thursday's trivia question is, "Luxemburg-Casco football takes on Wrightstown on Friday on 96.7 WBDK. Who scored two touchdowns last season against Wrightstown in the Spartans 21-0 win?"


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 Rendezvous.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Friday.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer ties Clintonville late

Griffin Saldana helped get Luxemburg-Casco soccer a tie on Tuesday night with his late goal at Clintonville. He scored in the 88th minute when the Spartans were trailing 2-1 and the teams ended up tying 2-2. L-C led 1-0 at the half behind a goal from Carter Sewell in the 19th minute. The Truckers then scored twice in the second half before Saldana's equalizer.


Luxemburg-Casco will get to get back in the win column on Thursday when they travel to Sheboygan South for a 6:30 PM kickoff.

Spartans fall to Mustangs 6-0 in OT on WBDK

In a defensive-dominated game, the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans lost in overtime to the Little Chute Mustangs 6-0 at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  With less than ideal field conditions, both teams relied heavily on their rushing attacks all evening long.  The Spartans had numerous opportunities in the first half to get on the board, including a missed field goal in the first quarter and quarterback Matt Cravillion was stopped at the one yard line as time expired in the first half.  
 Both teams played a field position game in the second half with the Spartans getting down to the Little Chute 15 yard line in the final minute only to lose ten yards on two plays before kicker John Larson slipped and missed a 40 yard field goal at the end of regulation.
In the overtime, Mustang running back Jacob Debruin scored on a two yard run to give the Mustangs the 6-0 lead.  The Spartans could not muster any positive yardage on their first three plays in overtime and a desperation pass by Owen Deprez fell short in the end zone to end the game.
The Spartans outgained the Mustangs 261-184 in total yards as Cravillion and Reece Worachek combined for 189 yards in rushing but it was not enough as Little Chute defense bended but did not break all night.  
Luxemburg-Casco (3-4, 3-5 overall) will now travel to Wrightstown next Friday in a must-win game to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.


Spartans volleyball sweep Irish

After a close first set, the Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team cruised to a 3-0 win over Freedom Thursday.


The Spartans beat the Irish 25-23, 25-13, 25-19. Grace Holschuh and Holly Baierl led the Spartans in kills with 12  and 9 respectively with Kenzie Hanson adding an additional seven. Hanson, Bekah Day, and Alli Routhieaux had a busy day in the dig department, combining for 43.  Day added 31 assists in the victory.