Southern Door High School

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.

 

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.




Southern Door follows up record performance on 102.1

The Eagles take flight again traveling to Coleman for Week Four action. Southern Door is trying for an encore after last week's record-breaking performance by Nick Baudhuin. Number five put up an eye-popping 403 yards on the ground with six touchdowns. The Eagles are 1-2 on the season but believe they have found their groove. The Coleman Cougars have an identical record with their last outing being a 21-18 defeat at Kewaunee. You can hear the game on More FM 102.1 starting at 6:30 with the Door County Medical Center Pregame Show. Kickoff is at 7 PM.

Culver's Student Athlete of the Week: Southern Door's Nick Baudhuin

He may have not known before walking off the field last Friday where he would be in Southern Door football lore, but junior Nick Baudhuin is not a stranger to the running backs that came before him. Baudhuin broke the school’s single-game rushing yards record and tied another for rushing touchdowns in a game against Crivitz when he galloped for 403 yards on 37 carries and six scores. The man who owned the record he broke, former NFL lineman Jim Flanigan, has his jersey hanging in Southern Door’s weight room. Baudhuin also struck up friendships with former Eagles players that also dominated the position, including current Minnesota walk-on Derik LeCaptain. After the game, Baudhuin says he gave the credit to the guys ahead of him.

Also competing in basketball and track at Southern Door, Baudhuin says his favorite subject in school is science and has not yet thought of what he wants to do after high school. Southern Door’s next game is this Friday against Coleman.

 

Full interview with the Culver’s Student-Athlete of the Week Nick Baudhuin

 




Southern Door teams take seventh at Freedom Invitational

Both the boys and girls' cross country teams took seventh place at the crowded Freedom Invitational last Saturday.

 

The Eagles' Sam Dean (10th, 17:39) and Lydia LeCloux (12th, 21:31) once again paced their teams as their top finishers in the 14-team invitational featuring a series of 5K races.

 

BOYS

10, Sam Dean 17:39.5

32, Ben Slezewski 19:15.5

48, Grant Englebert 19:55.4

49, Eli Mancheski 19:55.9

51, Kyle Conard 20:03.9

 

GIRLS

12, Lydian LeCloux 21:31.8

29, Marlen Ramirez 23:14.3

37, Sanya Wienke 23:33.6

52, Kaylee Griep 24:48.7

78, Stephany Massart 27:21.7

Eagles get first victory on parent night on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles pulled out their first win in the 2019 season defeating Crivitz 39-14. It was parent night at Southern Door and the players put on a performance for their families. Running back Nick Baudhuin had a career night for the Eagles. The junior running back had 28 rushes for 392yds, a new school record, and scored all 6 touchdowns for Southern Door which tied the school record. 
The Eagles were able to get on the board about midway through the first quarter on a 26yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. The Wolverines were able to answer in the second quarter, scoring on a 16yd pass from QB Jaden Werner to WR Dawson Andrist; Wolverines converted a 2pt conversion to take an 8-7 lead. The Eagles did not let that lead last long though, going ahead 13-8 on a 7yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. Baudhuin would add another 13yd touchdown which gave the Eagles a 19-8 lead but the Wolverines would not go away easy. Crivitz scored with about 30 seconds left in the first half cutting the lead to 19-14.
In the second half though it was all Nick Baudhuin; the Eagles running back added 3 more scores from 31, 38, and 1yd respectively. The Eagles defense was just as good; they held the Wolverines offense to only 160yds as a whole. 
Southern Door (1-2) will look ahead to their next matchup at Coleman on September 13th. The game will broadcast on More FM 102.1. Pregame show begins at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming at 7 PM.




Southern Door sweeps Sturgeon Bay in volleyball

Southern Door was able to hold off Sturgeon Bay in straight sets Thursday night in Packerland Conference volleyball action.

 

The Eagles won their sets by scores of 25-17, 25-18, 25-18. They had impressive performances up and down their line up including Kendra Dantoin's 12 kills, Jackie Atkins' 10 digs, and 26 assists from Nicole Norton. 

 

The Eagles next play this Saturday at the Notre Dame Academy Invitational in Green Bay.

Eagles look to end losing streak on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles will return home Friday for a matchup against the Crivitz Wolverines. The Eagles are coming off of a 24-7 loss at Wausau East which dropped their record to 0-2. The Wolverines are 1-1 on the season and are coming off a 56-0 victory over Wild Rose. Head Coach Ryan Zuelke says if the team wants to succeed this week, they are going to have to stop the Wolverines run game.


 


The game will be broadcasted on More FM 102.1. Pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming right after at 7 PM.

Eagles lose second straight on 102.1 FM

The Southern Door Eagles traveled to Wausau to take on the Wausau East Lumberjack but unfortunately lost 24-7. The Lumberjacks opened up the game with an onside kick that completely caught the Eagles off guard. Wausau East capitalized and marched down the field, scoring on a 1yd QB sneak by Matt Heinrich. 


The Eagles started to find their footing in the second quarter but could not capitalize on a strong drive which ended in a missed field goal attempt. The Lumberjacks added a field goal right before halftime to make the score 10-0. Coming out of the break, Lumberjacks RB Donovan Leverete scored on a 48yd touchdown that put Wausau East up 17-0. Southern Door responded though, scoring on a 1yd QB sneak by Alex Daoust to cut the score to 17-7. Donovan Leverete did not let that score last long though as he put the Lumberjacks up 24-7 with a monster 72yd touchdown run with about eight minutes left in the fourth quarter. The Eagles had one last chance to put some more points on the board but unfortunately turned the ball over on downs after QB Alex Daoust came up about 2yds short on a broken play scramble.


Southern Door (0-2) will look to rebound next week when they host Crivitz (1-1). The game will be broadcasted on 102.1 FM with the pregame starting at 6:30 PM and kickoff at 7 PM. The matchup will also be streamed on DoorCountyDailyNews.Com.

Eagles travel west to face Wausau East on 102.1 MORE FM

Southern Door will look to rebound from its opening week loss to Winneconne when it faces Wausau East on the road on 102.1 MORE FM.

 

The Eagles dropped last week game 32-3 to the Wolves while the Lumberjacks enter the non-conference game 1-0 after dispatching Merrill 23-6. Last year the Eagles bested the Lumberjacks in Brussels 20-14 thanks in part to 34 rush, 262 yard day by former running back Derik LeCaptain.

 

Dylon Klubertanz and Brett Kinnard will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening kickoff at 7 p.m.

Dean, LeCloux turn in strong Chief K performances

Southern Door's Lydiah LeCloux and Sam Dean each kicked off their seasons on high notes at the Chief K Invitational in Fish Creek.

 

Dean paced the boys' team and all local runners with a time of 18:35 in the 5K distance, which was good for 20th place. It is not where he wants to be at this point of the season, but Dean says at least it is a start.

 

LeCloux turned in her own impressive performance, taking ninth overall with a time of 22:00.

 

Boys

1. 20. 12 Sam Dean   18:35.14 Southern Door
2. 35. 11 Kyle Conard   19:56.07 Southern Door
3. 37. 10 Eli Mancheski   19:56.88 Southern Door
4. 38. 11 Grant Englebert   19:59.03 Southern Door
5. 49. 12 Ben Slezewski   20:20.97 Southern Door
6. 51. 11 Luke Bousley   20:24.45 Southern Door
7. 67. 12 Zach Olson   21:15.27 Southern Door
8. 71. 10 Mason Massart   21:28.99 Southern Door

 

Girls

1. 9. 11 Lydiah LeCloux   22:00.59 Southern Door
2. 26. 9 Sanya Weinke   23:29.27 Southern Door
3. 38. 11 Marlen Ramirez   24:14.73 Southern Door
4. 65. 10 Kaylee Griep   26:10.34 Southern Door
5. 106. 10 Stephany Massart   31:34.43 Southern Door
6. 108. 12 Chloe Staudenmeier   32:22.83 Southern Door

Eagles drop home opener on 102.1 FM

The Southern Door Eagles played host to the Winneconne Wolves Friday night and were upended 32-3. It was their home opener for the high school football season and a rematch from last years week one matchup. 

 

The Wolves got it going right away with two touchdowns in the first quarter to put them up 12-0. The Eagles would get a field goal from Tyler Kroll to keep them alive going into the half. Winneconne would pull away in the second half by tacking on three more touchdowns and putting the game out of reach. Harry Roubidoux had a pair of passing touchdowns and Seth Schnell added two on the ground. 

 

The Eagles will now look to bounce back next week as the head on the road to face Wausau East. The Door County Medical Pregame show will start at 6:30 with live coverage beginning at 7. Join us on 102.1 for the call. 

Southern Door seeks revenge against Winneconne on 102.1 WRKU

The Southern Door Eagles football team hopes to erase the memory of last year's game when they host Winneconne in Brussels Friday night on 102.1 WRKU. The Wolves jumped all over the Eagles in last year's game in Winneconne, scoring 28 points in the first quarter en route to a 37-6 loss for Southern Door. It will be up to Nick Baudhuin, Evan Wheaton and Brodie Overbeck to try to slow down Winneconne's offensive attack led by all-state honorable mention quarterback Harrison Roubidoux.

 

Brett Kinnard and Tyler Dantoin will have the call on 102.1 WRKU with the pregame show beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Southern Door wrestling camp a success

A three-day wrestling camp just wrapped up at Southern Door High School on Wednesday. Over 30 middle and high schoolers from Southern Door, Luxemburg, Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay participated. Will Short, head coach Simley High School in Minnesota, and his son Jake, who wrestled at the University of Minnesota, were the instructors. Smiley High School has won 12 state titles under Short. 

Southern Door baseball coach proud of great season

Southern Door baseball was young and very successful in 2019 according to the manager. Dave Neinas was very proud of his team for the way they performed going 10-8 overall and 10-6 in the Packerland Conference. That was good for a third-place finish only behind Sturgeon Bay and Peshtigo. The Eagles had two First Team All Packerland players and four on the second team. All but one of those will be back for next season. Neinas says he’s really excited about almost the whole team coming back for next year.

 

 

Neinas says he greatly appreciates the accomplishments of the two seniors from last year as well. One was Derik LeCaptain who was one of the two on the team on the First Team All-Conference.

Eagle Gymnasium to get new scoreboard

Eagle Gymnasium will get an upgrade unlike any other in the region in the near future thanks to new venture announced by athletic director Korey Mallien last week.

 

Southern Door School District is looking for sponsors to upgrade its current scoreboard with one with a video board. The video board would give students a 21st-century learning opportunity by allowing them to work with the A/V equipment necessary to produce a game. 

Culver's Door County Student-Athlete of the Week: Southern Door's Lexi Wery

According to Southern Door softball coach Courtney Renard, Lexi Wery’s work to start the state semifinal game last Friday at Goodman Diamond in Madison began in the offseason. Wery worked hard to get stronger and work on her location prior to this year’s campaign. In the playoffs, she shut out two teams before giving up three runs (one earned) in Friday’s 3-0 loss to Campbellsport in the state semifinal game. Playing softball since she was eight years old, the state semifinal was the culmination of a lifetime of memories with many of her teammates. Speaking before the state tournament, Wery reflected on her favorite thing about softball.

Wery will have more opportunities to make memories in Madison this fall when she attends the University of Wisconsin to study molecular biology where she hopes to begin a career in cancer research.

Tehya Bertrand wins Packerland Outstanding Achievement Award

Tehya Bertrand was outstanding for Southern Door on the field and in the classroom. She was awarded with a Packerland Outstanding Achievement Award. The three qualifications to win one is to be a three-sport athlete for their junior and senior season, earn at least seven athletic letters and maintain at least a 3.9 GPA.

Southern Door Softball falls short in state semi-final

The Southern Door Eagles Softball Team saw their season end Friday at Goodman Diamond on the campus of the University of Wisconsin Madison, on 102.1 Fm WRKU. Playing in the WIAA Division 3 state semi-final, the Eagles could not break through against Campbellsport pitcher Alyssa Muench in a 3-0 shutout.

 

Muench struck out 12 Eagles batter to earn the win. Her control was spot on all game. Muench did not walk a single batter and only allowed three hits to lead the Cougars.

 

Lexi Wery allowed just one earned run and struck out three. Wery pitched her best ball of the day in innings two through six. 

 

The Eagles and second-year varsity coach Courtney Renard ended the season (21-4) and had an incredible postseason run.

Eagles stick to routine before state softball tournament

Pitcher Lexi Wery graduated well over a week ago and the last day of classes for Southern Door was last Friday. That being said, do not expect a change in the routine that helped lead the Eagles to its first state appearance in close to a decade. Coach Courtney Renard will still host practices at its usual time until they head down to Madison later this week. Renard, who participated in the state tournament as a pitcher herself, says it is important to keep things as normal as possible.

The Eagles will battle Campbellsport at 10 a.m. on Friday at Goodman Field on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Southern Door State Seed

We received the #3 seed for the State Tournament. We will be playing Friday, June 7 at 10:00 am at Goodman Diamond in Madison vs the #2 seed Campbellsport.

Eagles clinch state berth

For the first time in over a decade, the Southern Door Eagles softball team is heading back to the state tournament in Madison after defeating Oconto 5-0.

 

Pitcher Lexi Wery got more than enough help offensively as she kept things in check from the circle, pitching seven shutout innings with seven strikeouts while just allowing two hits. Wery also helped her cause with a two-RBI double. Jacie Atkins also had a pair of RBIs while Kendra Dantoin collected two hits. Grace LeGrave did her damage on the base paths, scoring two of the Eagles' five runs.

 

The next stop for the Eagles is Goodman Field on the campus of the University of Wisconsin where they will play next Friday at either 10 a.m. or noon. Teams will be seeded before an opponent is announced.

 

 

 

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Eagles softball soars to regional final over Storm

Lexi Wery allowed just three hits in Southern Door's sectional semifinal win over conference rival Kewaunee. Wery secured the win with seven innings of work while striking out five.

 

The Eagles did not need much, but got all that was required thanks to four runs in the second inning  because of RBI hits by Melanie Watters, Jessica Jacobson, and Grace LeGrave. Teyha Bertrand played long ball in the third inning with a home run, part of a 10 hit day for the Eagles.  Wery, Nicole Norton, and Bertrand each collected multiple hits for the Eagles. 

 

The Eagles will now take on Packerland foe Oconto at Chilton at 5:30 pm on Thursday for the right to advance to state.  

Southern Door softball has 5 First Team All-Conference players

Southern Door softball ended up with the most players on the Packerland All-Conference First Team with five. Pitcher Lexi Wery, infielders Jackie Atkins and Kendra Dantoin, outfielder Tehya Bertrand and utility player Grace LeGrave were the five named to the first team. Infielder Kylie Neinas was named to the second team. Nicole Norton (C) and Jessica Jacobson (OF) were honorable mentions.

Southern Door baseball with 2 all-conference first-teamers

Tyler Kroll and Derik LeCaptain were named All Packerland Conference players on the first team both as infielders. They helped lead the Eagles to a 10-6 record in the conference. Four Eagles made the second team as well. They are Charlie Neinas at pitcher, Devin Schinktgen at catcher, Alex Daoust as an infielder and Logan Jeanquart as an outfielder.