Sevastopol High School

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.

 

Boys

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 

 

Girls

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

 

 

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.




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 DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. 

 

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.

 

Sevastopol has tough matchup on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol has a chance to reverse the fortunes of both teams involved on Friday night at home. The 0-3 Pioneers will take on Florence who come in at 3-0. The Bobcats have outscored their opponents this season by a combined score of 150-14 which included a 54-6 victory over Gibraltar in the season-opener. Sevastopol made a change at quarterback last week against Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida and Tristian Beauchamp took advantage of his opportunity and threw for four touchdowns, three of them to Logan Beyer. Meanwhile, Florence's defense has only allowed two touchdowns all season.

 

You can hear the game live on 104.1 WRLU and at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. The pregame show begins at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.




Stenzel leads strong performance yet again at Freedom

Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel once again posted a top 10 finish at the Freedom Invitational on Saturday.

 

Stenzel's time of 20:29 on the 5K course was good for fifth overall, though the Pioneers did not have enough runners to score an official team score. Josh Pflieger's time of 19:18 was the top time for the 8th place Pioneer boys team.

 

BOYS

35, Josh Pflieger 19:18.9

37, Bailey Henrickson 19:22.1

40, Jake Pflieger 19:32.3

52, Scott Andreae 20:10.1

59, Sam Abel 20:33

 

GIRLS

5, Olivia Stenzel 20:29.2

24, Kylie Newton 22:56

40, Lizzy Fiscus 23:58

77, Mckenzie Wiesner 27:21.6

Sevastopol falls 58-32 to NEW Lutheran/Oneida on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol's offense came alive in the first half of their game against Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida. Unfortunately, the Pioneers issues stopping the run continued and they fell 58-32 on the road in a game heard on 104.1 WRLU and DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

 

Sevastopol scored a touchdown on the opening drive of the game and then got their other points on big plays. Tristian Beauchamp threw two long touchdown passes to Logan Beyer and one to Spencer Evenson. The junior running back and defensive back also returned a punt for a touchdown in the game.

 

NEW/Oneida broke the game open in the first half when they were leading 34-26. Peyton Ponfil intercepted a Beauchamp pass and returned it to the 10 yard line of Sevastopol. They would capitalize and the Pioneers would never get within one score the rest of the game.

 

It was a 50-26 score at the half and the defenses picked up their play in the second half as NEW/Oneida outscored Sevastopol 8-6.

 

Sevastopol's next game will be at home against Florence next Friday night. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 on 104.1 WRLU and DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.




Sevastopol trying for first win on the road on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol football will try to recover from last week's 48-6 loss to Algoma in the home-opener when they travel to Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida at Oneida Nation High School on Friday night. Both teams come in at 0-2 and both have suffered losses to Algoma. NEW/Oneida opened up the season with a 32-0 loss to the Wolves. Jack De Young, Spencer Evenson, Arthur Hocevar and company will try to improve to 1-1 in the conference and pick up a victory.

 

The game will be broadcasted live on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7.

Sevastopol volleyball opens conference play Thursday

Packerland Conference play opens with the Pioneers traveling to Algoma. Sevastopol is 1-5 on the year. Of those five losses, four have been two-set sweeps. Sevastopol worked hard in the offseason to prepare for the year including team camp featuring the Lakeland College coaching staff. That work has yet to translate to the court in 2019 but volleyball has a tricky schedule. Practice officially begins just one week before matches start. That means that some programs hit their stride earlier than others. Sevastopol and Algoma have had no common opponents this year. First set starts Thursday at 7 PM.

Berkley named new Sevastopol baseball coach

Sevastopol went just south of its district lines to grab its next head baseball coach.

 

In a message sent to Sturgeon Bay baseball players sent on Saturday, Kent Berkley told his former team that he had accepted the head baseball coach position at Sevastopol. Under the tutelage of head baseball coach John Berns, Berkley served as a hitting coach for the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay had two Packerland championships and a number of all-conference players during Berkley's short time with the program.

 

Berkley could not be reached via phone, but you can read the full message he sent to players, families, and supporters below.

 

"Having already written a note of gratitude to Coach Berns, Coach Andre and AD Meikle, this note is directed to the student-athletes and parents of Sturgeon Bay High School. I have accepted the position of Head Baseball Coach at Sevastopol High School for the 2020 season. I want to express how much I enjoyed working with each of you in the SBHS baseball program. Having the opportunity to teach the greatest game ever conceived to so many fine young men these past two seasons has been a great joy and gift for me. I tip my cap to the parents for nurturing and developing this group of young men who exhibited good character and spirit. Although I have been coaching baseball for decades, I make it a goal to continue learning new approaches for teaching the game. Good coaches steal from each other and I have learned valuable lessons from Coaches Berns and Andre. I have also learned a great deal from each player. I am always trying to find the best way to frame and communicate teaching points and the feedback you players provided has been extremely helpful in making me a better coach. Thank you -- I will miss working with you and seeing you on a regular basis. My parting advice to each player is to take advantage of every learning opportunity that presents itself to you. Remember that the time to prepare isn’t after you have been given the opportunity, it is long before the opportunity arises. So, work hard this off season and report to baseball practice ready to go. Listen carefully to Coach Berns and Coach Andre. They know the game and have proven track records of success. You also have a returning team captain in Jake Schneider who is an exemplary player, leader and competitor. The program is in good hands. My desire to work again as a head coach in no way diminishes how fond I am of SBHS. It has been a great place to work and a great place to send my son for an education. Luckily, we live in a small community and I will have the pleasure of seeing you all at school events and at other happenings in the community. In addition, Coach Berns and I plan to stay in touch regularly and to collaborate on some joint events to promote baseball in the community so I will likely see you in those venues also. Best to you all. Coach Kent Berkley"

Algoma crushes Sevastopol on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol's offense couldn't get much going in their 48-6 loss to Algoma on Thursday night at home. Through the first three quarters, the Pioneers could only manage one first down and that came late in the first half. It was a slow start for both offenses as neither team gained a first down on each of their first two drives.

 

Algoma's ground game got going after that mainly from running back Oliver Robertson. Brett Benesh also had a long touchdown run in the game. The Wolves eventually built a 34-0 lead at halftime. Algoma picked up a quick touchdown on the first possession of the second half and then the game went to a running clock the rest of the way.  Robertson had to be helped off the field in the second half after suffering an apparent leg injury.

 

Triston Beauchamp would get Sevastopol on the board in the fourth quarter when he took a screen pass into the endzone.

 

Sevastopol will take on Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida next Friday night in a game that can also be heard on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com. The pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 from Green Bay.

 

Stenzel posts top 10 finish at Chief K

A rainy morning turned into a bright late summer day in Fish Creek as twenty teams competed in the Chief Kahquados Invitational Thursday afternoon as Sevastopol's Olivia Stenzel took sixth place overall. The junior runner ran a 5K time of 20:50 to lead the Pioneers to a seventh-place finish. Stenzel says it was great to be in a race again as she officially began her quest to break the 20-minute mark in the 5K distance.

 

 

 

The Pflieger tandem of Josh and Jake and finished within 30 seconds of each other to lead the Pioneer boys to a 10th place finish.

 

Boys

1. 36. 12 Josh Pflieger   19:56.51 Sevastopol
2. 45. 12 Jake Pflieger   20:16.79 Sevastopol
3. 53. 11 Bailey Henrickson   20:30.18 Sevastopol
4. 55. 11 Scott Andreae   20:34.12 Sevastopol
5. 60. 11 Noah Tomaszewski   20:44.59 Sevastopol
6. 65. 11 Sam Abel   21:00.15 Sevastopol
7. 113. 10 Marcus Hayes   25:22.69 Sevastopol

 

Girls

1. 6. 11 Olivia Stenzel   20:54.09 Sevastopol
2. 33. 11 Kylie Newton   23:49.29 Sevastopol
3. 45. 12 Lizzy Fiscus   24:45.41 Sevastopol
4. 66. 10 Rachel Wilke   26:18.50 Sevastopol
5. 88. 11 Mckenzie Wiesner   27:52.57 Sevastopol
6. 109. 12 Madison Duginski   34:24.90 Sevastopol
7. 110. 10 Kristin Daubner   34:38.23 Sevastopol

Sevastopol looks for first win in home opener on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol will play in front of their home fans for the first time since winning the state championship on Thursday night. The Pioneers will take on Algoma after coming off a 40-22 loss to open the season at Suring. Algoma is in their first season in 8-man football and won last week 32-0 over Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida. Sevastopol will have to try and stop Algoma's ground game which ran for over 300 yards last week. Suring's Logan Stuart rushed for 365 yards against the Pioneers in their first game. 

 

You can listen to the pregame show starting at 6:30 PM on 104.1 WRLU with the kickoff coming at 7. Jonathan Bregman and Grant Dossetto will be on the call. The game will also be streamed live at DoorCountyDailyNews.com and DoorKewauneeHighSchoolSports.com.

Sevastopol drops opening night game to Suring on 104.1 WRLU

Sevastopol dropped their opening game of the season 40-22 in Suring on Saturday night. The game was aired live on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at DoorCountyDailyNews.com. The star of the game was Suring senior running back Logan Stuart. Suring consistently handed the ball off to Stuart and he made the most of it carrying the Eagles offense to a victory. 

 

The Eagles got the scoring going in the first quarter with a long touchdown drive on the opening possession. After the teams traded punts, Sevastopol tied the game with a touchdown of their own. The Pioneers Spencer Evenson then picked off a pass and brought it all the way to the Eagles five yard line. From there, Sevastopol took the lead on a fourth down touchdown pass to Logan Beyer. Suring would regain the lead before the half and led at intermission 20-14.

 

The Eagles would never surrender the lead in the second half. Suring scored a touchdown first in the second half which the Pioneers answered with a 63 yard touchdown pass from Jack de Young to Spencer Evenson. Sevastopol couldn't muster much offense the rest of the game and Suring put the game away with two more touchdowns in the second half. 

 

Sevastopol will play their home opener on Thursday night against Algoma. The game will be broadcast live on 104.1 WRLU and streamed at DoorCountyDailyNews.com. Pregame show begins at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7. 

 

Sevastopol begins title defense on 104.1 WRLU

The last time Sevastopol's football team took the field the Pioneers brought home a state championship. Their state title defense will start on Friday night when they travel to Suring. Sevastopol will have to replace many key players on the team including their star quarterback Nathan Stenzel. Pioneers Head Coach Ron Frank says the team will play two quarterbacks at first.

 


Frank says he's very excited about the play of his offensive line this season. You can hear Sevastopol take on Suring Friday night on 104.1 WRLU with the pregame starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7. The game will also be streamed live at DoorCountyDailyNews.com.

Stenzel, Sevastopol cross country looks to make noise

The Sevastopol cross country team returns this fall with one of its best runners in tow.

 

Junior Olivia Stenzel ended her season last year with a top 20 finish in the WIAA Division 3 state meet, running a 5K time of 20:16 as the lone Pioneer in the race. If rosters stay the same from last year, the Pioneers could lose only one senior from last year's seventh place team in the 15 team Manitowoc Lutheran sectional. 

 

The boys team is in a similar position, only potentially losing top runner Kyle Carlson from its sectional team that placed 15th in the 19-team field.

 

With the first practice still a couple weeks away, the Pioneers first meet is scheduled for August 29th at the Chief K Invitational hosted by Gibraltar.

Sevastopol volleyball gets college help

The Sevastopol volleyball team got a little help from the college ranks this past week as they get ready for the 2019 campaign.

 

The Lady Pioneers had the coaching staff from Lakeland College join them for their summer team camp. Lakeland is currently led by Sturgeon Bay native Ryan Schopf, who also coached Luxemburg-Casco from 2008-2011. 

 

The volleyball team starts their season on August 29th with a tournament in Wisconsin Dells.

Eight-man football schedules close to being finalized

The defense of a state championship and an inaugural season highlight the 2019 slate for area eight-man football teams.

 

Sevastopol will begin their defense of the first-ever eight-man football state championship on the road at Suring, which joined eight-man football last year. Algoma begins its inaugural eight-man football season at home against the newly-formed co-op squad of Oneida/NEW Lutheran. Gibraltar will revisit happy memories from last year's run to basketball sectionals with a trip to Florence.

 

Local games of note, Algoma will travel August 29th to Sevastopol and play host on October 4th vs Gibraltar while the peninsula showdown between the Pioneers and the Vikings is scheduled for October 11th in Fish Creek.

 

SCHEDULES

 

Gibraltar

Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Florence

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Game 7:00PM Gillett      

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Suring  

Saturday, Sep 14, 2019

Game 1:00PM Laona-Wabeno 

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Game TBD Away vs. Oneida/NEW Lutheran TBA     

Friday, Sep 27, 2019

Game 7:00PM Lena/STAA     

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Algoma   

Friday, Oct 11, 2019

Game 7:00PM Sevastopol     

Friday, Oct 18, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Wausaukee  

 

Algoma

Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Oneida/NEW Lutheran 

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Newman Catholic 

Friday, Sep 13, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gillett

Saturday, Sep 21, 2019

Game 1:00PM Williams Bay Algoma High School     

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Gibraltar Algoma High School     

Homecoming

 

Sevastopol

Friday, Aug 23, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Suring 

Thursday, Aug 29, 2019

Non-Conference 7:00PM Algoma     

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Oneida/NEW Lutheran

Friday, Sep 13, 2019

Game 7:00PM Florence

Friday, Sep 20, 2019

Game 7:00PM Wausaukee 

Friday, Sep 27, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gillett  

Friday, Oct 4, 2019

Game 7:00PM Lena   

Friday, Oct 11, 2019

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Gibraltar 

Friday, Oct 18, 2019

Game 7:00PM Laona-Wabeno

Sevastopol players get one last crack at high school football

Three Sevastopol Pioneers football players cracked the scorebook Saturday in the storm shortened Wisconsin Football Coaches Association eigh man All-Star game.

 

Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns, Nathan Stenzel, and Max Krohn cracked the scorebook on the defensive side of the ball, each registering at least one tackle.

 

The three-game WFCA All Star Weekend raised over $370,000 for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, including $15,015 by Door County athletes.

Final week to donate to local WFCA game participants

You have a week to still donate money to support seven area athletes in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Charity All-Star game on Saturday.

 

The annual set of games puts the best high school seniors on the field one last time before their collegiate careers begin or put away the helmet and shoulder pads for a final time. Players raise money to participate in the game with all funds collected going to support Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

 

Sevastopol's Jeremy Jorns, Max Krohn, Jaden Schartner-Sawyer, and Nathan Stenzel along with Gibraltar's Griffin and Trevor Reinhardt will play in the 8-man game at 10 a.m. Southern Door's Derik LeCaptain plays in the small-school game at 1:30 p.m. It will be the first of two all-star games for Trevor Reinhardt, who was also selected to play in the STRIPES Baseball All-Star game on August 11th at Miller Park.

 

You can click on the individual player to support their efforts. Door County athletes have already raised $14,865 for the game.

 

Derik LeCaptain, Southern Door: WFCA Small School North All-Star

Jeremy Jorns, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All Star

Griffin Reinhardt, Gibraltar: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Trevor Reinhardt, Gibraltar: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Max Krohn, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Jaden Schartner-Sawyer, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

Nathan Stenzel, Sevastopol: WFCA 8-man South All-Star

 

Sevastopol girls 3200M Relay Team places second in state

The Sevastopol 3200M Relay Team of Zoe Kuehn, Mya Ploor, Lizzy Fiscus and Olivia Stenzel showed up big time in LaCrosse in the WIAA Division 3 Final. The Pioneers finished second in the state with a time of 10:00:91.

 

Laci Lautenbach finished 4th in the High Jump.

Reetika Jandu wins Co-Conference Player of the Year

Reetika Jandu has been named the Packerland Conference Co-Player of the Year in soccer. She will share the award with Afton Wenger from Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Providence. Jandu also made First Team All-Conference at forward.

 

Her teammates midfielder Kayla Copiskey and defender Rebekah Andreae also made First Team. Chilina Cuellar and Stephanie Bemmann were named Honorable Mentions

Sevastopol's Tyler Kiehnau named to All-Conference First Team

One area golfer was named to the All-Packerland Conference First Team this spring. Tyler Kiehnau from Sevastopol made the team. Peshtigo sent four golfers to the team and Oconto had one. Peshtigo's Trent Carriveau was named Conference Player of the Year.

Sevastopol looks finish strong at state track meet

Sevastopol hopes to return to Institute this weekend with some extra hardware after the WIAA State Track Meet in LaCrosse. Thursday was a travel day for local athletes as they compete in 20 different events this weekend at the WIAA State Track Meet in LaCrosse. Most of the athletes will begin their day at 9:30 a.m. when preliminary heats of the sprints and field events kick off. You can find heat sheets below for the events featuring local athletes.

 

Event 5  Girls High Jump Division 3
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     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
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Flight 1  Finals
  1  Kristina Peterson             SO Chequamegon         4-10.00 
  2  Autumn Lowe                   SO Unity               4-10.00 
  3  Alexandra Simeon              SO Turtle Lake         4-10.00 
  4  Brooke Mosher                 SO Waterloo           X5-00.00 
  5  Kaylee Podevels               FR Colby              X5-00.00 
  6  Julia Klein                   FR Catholic Central    5-00.00 
  7  Lexi Franz                    SR St Mary's Srings    5-00.00 
  8  Karyssa Quist                 JR Rio                 5-00.00 
  9  Jenna Aschbrenner             FR Marathon            5-00.00 
 10  Laci Lautenbach               SO Sevastopol          5-00.00 
 11  Cassie Skattebo               SR Shell Lake          5-00.00 
 12  Mady Friese                   SR Cent. WI Christ.    5-00.00 
 13  Natalie Randa                 SO De Soto            X5-01.00 
 14  Adelynn Hyatt                 SO Cashton             5-01.00 
 15  Courtney Becker               JR Aquinas             5-02.00 
 16  Emma Gruen                    SO Royall              5-02.00 
 17  Alyssa Cretton                SO Florence/Niagara    5-02.00 
 18  Hannah Zastrow                JR Spencer             5-03.00 
 19  Brinley Wood                  SR Cuba City           5-03.00 
Event 20  Girls 4x800 Meter Relay Division 3
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     School                                                  Seed           
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Section 1  Timed Finals
  1  Ozaukee                                             10:17.57 
     1) Ashlee Mueller JR               2) Greta Klas JR                  
     3) Amy Hoffmann SO                 4) Kelley Large SO                
     5) Allison Clark SO                6) Sarah Nehls JR                 
  2  Weyauwega-Fremont                                   10:20.20 
     1) Natalie Schneider SR            2) Katie Bleck JR                 
     3) Allison Halat JR                4) Abby Bartel FR                 
     5) Morgan Monty SR                 6) Anna Bubolz JR                 
  3  Sevastopol                                          10:24.48 
     1) Lizzy Fiscus JR                 2) Zoe Kuehn SO                   
     3) Mya Ploor JR                    4) Olivia Stenzel SO              
     5) Kylie Newton SO                 6) Rachel Wilke FR                
  4  Ladysmith                                           10:27.56 
     1) Faith Meltz JR                  2) Cassidy Stanger SR             
     3) Kylee Becker SO                 4) Erica Loe SO                   
     5) Maddy Nybakke SO                6) Holly Rands FR                 
  5  Gilman                                              10:33.01 
     1) Sophia Drier SO                 2) Ava Gunderson FR               
     3) Aubrey Syryczuk FR              4) Lydia Syryczuk JR              
     5) Abby Krug FR                    6) Mikayla Waichulis JR           
  6  Oostburg                                            10:33.46 
     1) Carsen Gatz JR                  2) Sabryn Bley SO                 
     3) Anna Hoffman SO                 4) Madelyn Hendrikse SR           
     5) Andrea Pedroza SO               6)                                
  7  Grantsburg                                          10:35.33 
     1) Alexis Slater FR                2) McKenzie Rombach SR            
     3) Kylie Robelia SO                4) Gracie Gerber SR               
     5) Kaitlyn Rombach SO              6) Kaitlin Olson SR               
  8  Glenwood City                                       10:45.88 
     1) Gabby Moede SO                  2) Kinzie Strong SO               
     3) Isabel Draxler SO               4) Izzy Williams JR               
     5) Myah Eliason SO                 6) Azra Ibrahimagic JR            
Event 97  Girls Triple Jump Division 3
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     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
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Flight 1  Finals
  1  Zoe Kuehn                     SO Sevastopol         33-10.25 
  2  Alissa St.Louis               JR Princeton/GL       34-02.00 
  3  Kylee Becker                  SO Ladysmith          34-06.25 
  4  Brynlee Nelson                SO Fennimore          34-10.00 
  5  McKenna Armstrong             SO Random Lake        34-10.50 
  6  Bria Thalacker                JR Regis              34-11.50 
  7  Allison Peterson              SO Grantsburg         35-06.25 
  8  Carly Schreurs                JR Sheboygan Area     35-07.00 
Event 107  Girls 800 Meter Run Division 3
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     Name                        Year School                 Seed           
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Section 1  Timed Finals
  1  Emily Reed                    SR Rio                 2:26.90 
  2  Rachel Lawton                 SR Flambeau            2:26.94 
  3  Meygan Benzing                SR Dodgeland           2:27.68 
  4  Katie Feuker                  JR Elmwood/PC          2:30.53 
  5  Kristen Lawton                FR Flambeau            2:30.75 
  6  Cassidy Stanger               SR Ladysmith           2:33.79 
Section 2  Timed Finals
  1  Brynlee Nelson                SO Fennimore           2:15.65 
  2  Kayci Martensen               FR Benton Co-Op        2:16.19 
  3  Hannah Constable              JR Johnson Creek       2:20.73 
  4  Savannah Schley               SO Loyal               2:21.48 
  5  Jada Beacom                   SR Iola-Scandinavia    2:21.85 
  6  Cianna Hoppe                  SR Luther              2:23.99 
  7  Anna Kruser                   SO Cassville/Potosi    2:24.70 
  8  Erricka Zenner                SO Auburndale          2:26.02 
  9  Vanessa Mitchell              JR Auburndale          2:26.43 
 10  Olivia Stenzel                SO Sevastopol          2:26.84 
Event 87  Boys Long Jump Division 3
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     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
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Flight 1  Finals
  1  Jarrett Heider                SR Random Lake        20-01.50 
  2  Quinton Stafford              SR Prairie School     20-02.50 
  3  Josh Krystosek                SR Palmyra-Eagle      20-03.00 
  4  Kiegen Sargent                JR Sevastopol         20-05.00 
  5  Kane Cronkrite                SO Wild Rose          20-06.50 
  6  Brent Dumke                   SR Florence/Niagara   20-07.50 
  7  Jacob Bjorge                  SR Cochrane-FC        20-09.50 
  8  Colten Bee                    JR Mondovi            20-09.50 

Vikineers outsted by Kohler

Sevastopol/Gibraltar's season came to end Thursday in WIAA Regional action as a result of an 8-0 loss to Kohler. The Vikineers end their season third in the Packerland Conference with a final record of 3-6-2.

 

 

Kiehnau, Krause top local golfers at Crivitz Sectional

Sevastopol can boast they had the top two local golfers in the Crivitz Sectional held earlier this week.

 

Tyler Kiehnau tied for ninth overall in the sectional, scoring an 86 on the 18-hole course. Alex Krause also golfed well, scoring a 92. Despite the good scores, it was not enough to punch a ticket to next week's state invite at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.