Sturgeon Bay High School

Stevenson gets action in Voyageurs' 2-2 draw

Former Clippers standout Jaden Stevenson got in the game late Thursday night for the Green Bay Voyageurs' 2-2 draw against the St. Louis Lions.


Stevenson got just about 15 minutes of action with a couple of touches to his credit. He was in the middle of the action late as a cross was deflected in the box, setting up Anthony Markanich for the tie-breaking goal in the 86th minute. The Voyageurs' lead would be short-lived as Charlie Checklace scored on a free kick in stoppage time to force the draw.


Local soccer fans still have two more chances to see Stevenson play this Saturday and Sunday tilts in Ashwaubenon at 7 p.m. 



Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestler sees growth in girls' sport

A Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestler got to see first hand this summer the potential the girls' sport has in store for the future.


Julia Gregory just wrapped her stint as one of the 127-lb wrestlers for Team Wisconsin at the inaugural 14U Girls National Dual tournament in Tulsa, Okla. On a team that went 6-0 on the weekend, Gregory picked up a pair of wins via a technical fall and fall. The eighth grader has been honing her skills ever since the Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol middle school team ended its season earlier this year, filling her schedule with camps, practices, and tournaments. One of those tournaments saw her taking seventh place at the USA Wrestling Women's Nationals Meet. Girls wrestling has exploded in the last three decades, going from just over 100 kids in 1990 to around 15,000 this year. Gregory says girls wrestling is becoming a bigger deal.

After taking a little time off after her stints at national meets, Gregory hopes to be able to attend at least one wrestling camp a month before the middle school season kicks off again this winter. You can listen to the full interview online with this story. 



Sturgeon Bay alum added to new Milwaukee soccer team

Wisconsin's newest soccer team will have some Sturgeon Bay flavor to it. In its third season, the Milwaukee Torrent announced it would Sturgeon Bay Clipper and Milwaukee Panther alum Reid Stevenson to its roster. Stevenson is the brother of current Green Bay Voyageurs member Jaden Stevenson. The Torrent will play its first NPSL game of the season when it hosts Miami United FC at Hart Park Stadium in Wauwatosa. 



Berns coaches WBCA North All-Stars

Sturgeon Bay Clipper head manager John Berns coached his final games of the 2019 season over the weekend, leading the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association North All-Stars to a 1-2 record.


Berns and his fellow coaches from Valders had two days to work with the collection of all-stars made up of some of the best senior baseball players in Wisconsin.  He could not say enough about the entire experience.


As American Legion baseball continues this summer, Berns is already looking forward to his next campaign as the skipper for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team. 

Clippers Fall One Game Short Of State Tournament Appearance

The Random Lake Sectional provided both peaks and valleys for the Sturgeon Bay baseball team on June 4th. A thrilling 1-0 semi-final victory over Winnebago Lutheran vaulted the Clippers into the Sectional Championship game. The only run of the game came in the bottom of the 5th inning. Jake Schneider's lead-off single was followed by an Isaac Berkley bunt single. With 2-strikes, Reece Nellis lined an RBI single to right field, and Sturgeon Bay had the only run they would need for victory. In his 3rd consecutive tournament shut out, Jake Schneider
tossed a 3-hitter. In another masterful performance, Jake struck out 7 while not issuing a single walk.


The Sectional Championship game saw a strong Ozaukee team score 3 runs on 3 hits in the top of the 1st inning and never look back. The Warriors scored in every inning, resulting in a 13-2 victory, stopped by the 10-run rule after 5 innings. Ozaukee's hitting attack included 11 hits, and was further aided by 5 Clipper errors. Sturgeon Bay scored single runs in the 4th and 5th innings, while only getting 3 hits in the game. Trent Ehlers took the loss, with relief from Isaac
Berkley and Mitchell Jackson.

Not to be lost in the disappointment of a season-ending defeat was a tremendous year which saw the Clippers finish with a (21-8) season record. The thrilling (12-2) run to end the year saw Sturgeon Bay win a 3rd straight Packerland Conference Championship, a Regional Championship, and a Sectional Semi-Final victory. Those sharing in the life-long memories created by this team includes the players, coaches, families, and all fans and followers of 
Sturgeon Bay baseball. Your support was much appreciated on this journey, and we thank all who have been a part of this special experience.


John Berns

Clippers baseball drops sectional final to Ozaukee

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers gave up 10 runs before they could score one en route to a 13-2 loss to Ozaukee in the WIAA Division 3 Sectional Final Tuesday in Random Lake.


Trent Ehlers had a rare off night on the mound, giving up six runs on six hits in just 2 1/3 innings of work. Issac Berkley also struggled on the mound, giving up four runs over 1 1/3 innings in relief. Four errors on the night led to four of the 13 runs to be unearned.


The Clippers offense would show life when Chris Lodl scored on a balk in the fourth and Ehlers singled home a run in the fifth. Those two runs were not enough to stop the umpires from calling the game after five innings due to the mercy rule.


The loss capped an otherwise successful season for the Clippers, which won the Packerland Conference and its regional championship en route the sectional title game.

Clippers shutout Winnebago Lutheran Academy 1-0

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers defeated the Winnebago Lutheran Academy 1-0 in a sectional semi-final Tuesday afternoon in Random Lake.  The Clippers shutout was in thanks to Jake Schneider’s strong performance on the mound as he gave up only three hits and struck out seven in going the distance.  Reece Nellis drove in the only run of the game as the Clipper’s will now play the winner of the Brookfield Academy - Ozaukee game to earn a trip to state.  


Strong pitching, pesky bats key Sturgeon Bay run

Sturgeon Bay coach John Berns compares his regional champion Clippers a lot to his 2002 Sevastopol Pioneers team, but only a little bit better. Both teams won 20 games, featured great pitching and a knack for getting on base. Berns says this team is better because they have a strong third arm in their rotation behind Trent Ehlers and Jake Schneider with Issac Berkley. He also credits his assistant coach Kent Berkley with helping raise the team’s baseball IQ at the plate. Berkley says situational hitting has been key.

The Clippers run at a Division 3 title begins at 12:30 p.m. in Random Lake against Winnebago Lutheran. That game can be heard on 910 AM.


Clipper soccer puts three on All-Conference Team

Sturgeon Bay wound up with three All-Packerland Conference First team players and four Honorable Mentions. Forward Madison Starr, midfielder Claire Tellstrom and defender Georgia Feldman all clinched spots on the team. Anna Fischer, Miranda Olson, Gracen Spritka and Ella Pinkert were all named Honorable Mention.


Riechers places 5th in state Long Jump

Haley Riechers represented Sturgeon Bay quite well in the Division 2 State Championship High Jump. Her jump of 5-2 was not much further behind the top in the state. Riechers ended up with a fifth-place finish.

Riechers hopes to represent Clippers track well at state meet

Jumper Haley Riechers is Sturgeon Bay's lone participant in this weekend's WIAA State Track meet. 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 7  Girls High Jump Division 2
     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
Flight 1  Finals
  1  Ariana Hahn                   JR Cudahy              5-00.00 
  2  Iyana Simmons                 JR Dominican           5-00.00 
  3  Kaitlyn Tetzlaff              SR Xavier              5-01.00 
  4  Kayla Wigley                  FR Wisconsin Luther    5-01.00 
  5  Ashley Carlson                SR Wisconsin Luther    5-01.00 
  6  Nicole Johnson                JR Dodgeville/MP      X5-02.00 
  7  Rebecca Lawrence              SO Rhinelander        X5-02.00 
  8  Rachel Amoth                  SO G-E-T               5-02.00 
  9  Faith Koester                 SR Monroe              5-02.00 
 10  Elise Goetzinger              JR Mount Horeb         5-02.00 
 11  Jasmine Mlejnek               SR Rice Lake           5-02.00 
 12  Maddy Weisensel               SR Wautoma             5-02.00 
 13  Haley Riechers                JR Sturgeon Bay        5-02.00 
 14  Annika Opichka                SO Wrightstown         5-02.00 
 15  Jacqueline Smith              JR Northland Pines     5-03.00 
 16  Presley Hasse                 SO Turner              5-03.00 
 17  Charlie Halvorsen             SR Arcadia             5-04.00 
 18  Megan Reddeman                SO Poynette            5-04.00 


Clippers fall in regional semis

Sturgeon Bay lost to host Kiel 1-2. Scoring for Kiel were Kaiya Saeger and Kylie Henkel. Scoring for Sturgeon Bay was Claire Tellstrom on a direct kick. 


“We came to this game with both of our starting forwards unable to play so we had a tag team of younger players making big time starts. This game was close and Sturgeon Bay actually had more shots on goal (11-6), but we could not find the equalizer tonight.”


Sturgeon Bay repeated as Packerland Conference Champions for a second consecutive year. “A regional Win is definitely something we are working hard to achieve, but it will have to wait one more year. We had terrific fan support and were competitive all year. The coaches thank parents, school staff and the team managers for a fantastic year.”

Clipper Alum Stevenson looks forward to playing close to home this summer

Former Sturgeon Bay standout soccer player Jaden Stevenson will have lots of opportunities to play in front of friends and family this summer. Stevenson was signed by USL League Two’s Green Bay Voyageurs just before their first game in Des Moines earlier this month. After playing on two Clipper teams that made the state finals, Stevenson continued his career at Northern Illinois University this past year. Stevenson says there was a learning curve making the jump from high school to college soccer and expects a similar adjustment in the USL League Two.

The Green Bay Voyageurs will make their home debut at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon this Friday night at 7 against WSA Winnipeg. Stevenson will contribute to this summer as rehashes his season with the Voyageurs.

Sturgeon Bay Claims Regional Title With 5-0 Shut Out Of Valders

Sturgeon Bay advanced to the Random Lake Sectional with a convincing 5-0 Regional Championship win over Valders on Wednesday. A Jake Schneider RBI single put the Clippers on top 1-0 in the 1st inning. The 4th inning saw that lead expand to 4-0, as runs scored on an Anthony Jennerjohn ground out, and singles from Andrew Carbajal and Ryan Jacobson. The final run scored on a Valders throwing error in the 5th inning. Jake Schneider and Isaac Berkley combined on a 3-hit shut out, with Schneider going the first 5 and Berkley tossing the final 2. The Clippers 11-hit attack was led by Jacobson with 3-4, Carbajal with 2-5 and Mitchell Jackson with 2-4. Sturgeon Bay's 20th win of the season sends them to Random Lake for a Sectional Semi-Final with Winnebago Lutheran at 12:30pm on Tuesday, June 4th.

Clippers Advance To Regional Championship

Sturgeon Bay edged Mishicot 3-2 in an outstanding pitching duel on Tuesday. The Indians took a 1-0 lead in the top of the 3rd on a Joe Destolle RBI single. The game became knotted at 1-1 when the Clippers plated an unearned run on a 2-out infield error in the 4th. Sturgeon Bay repaid the favor by handing Mishicot a 2-1 lead in the 5th inning, behind 2 walks and 2 passed balls. The bottom of the 5th saw Andrew Carbajal reach on an error and steal second. With 2-outs Max Bordeau was walked intentionally. After the runners advanced on a wild pitch, Jake Schneider delivered a 2-run RBI double which proved to be the game-winning hit. The pitchers dominated as each side managed only 4 hits. The hard-luck loser was Max Hrubecky, while Trent Ehlers got the win, with still another superb relief performance by Isaac Berkley. Sturgeon Bay goes to (19-7) for the year, and now travels to Valders for a Regional Championship game at 4:30 pm on Wednesday.

Sturgeon Bay softball has seven all-conference players

The Clipper softball team ended up with seven players being named to Packerland All-Conference Teams for the 2019 season. This included two making the first team. Those two were catcher Koko Hartzell and outfielder Grace Abeyta. Katie Frank was named to the second team as an outfielder. Sarah Bridenhagen (IF), Autumn Hacht (IF), Melissa Moxon (IF) and Alexis McCarthy (OF) were all named honorable mentions.

Sturgeon Bay baseball has six all-conference players

Sturgeon Bay baseball was a co-conference champion in the Packerland and they have six players on the all-conference teams. The three first-teamers were Jake Schneider as a pitch along with Trent Ehlers and Ryan Jacobson as outfielders. The second team included a pair of Clipper infielders Isaac Berkley and Max Bordeau along with utility/designated hitter Reece Nellis.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Championship Attire Now Available Online

The Sturgeon Bay baseball program is proud to announce engaging the services of RBS Activewear to create a clothing line to commemorate a 3rd consecutive Packerland Conference baseball championship. This apparel celebrates the accomplishments of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Clipper baseball teams. All items are available for purchase by going to the following site:
This online store will remain open through Sunday, June 2nd.

Clippers Blank Wolves In Regional Opener

In an opening-round tournament game, Sturgeon Bay shut out Algoma 9-0 behind a Jake Schneider 5-hitter. Jake's steady performance saw him whiff 13, while only issuing 2 free passes. The Clippers opened the scoring with a 4-run 3rd inning, with the only hit being a Ryan Jacobson single. A walk, hit batter, and 3 Algoma errors aided the rally. The lead went to 7-0 in the 5th inning with hits from Jacobson, Isaac Berkley and Mitchell Jackson doing the most damage. The final 2 runs were scored in the 6th inning on sacrifice flies from Trent Ehlers and Max Bordeau. The Clippers were led by Ryan Jacobson's 2-4, while Trevor Nell led the Wolves with 2-3. Algoma starting pitcher Zach Schmidt took the loss in 5 innings of work, with 6th inning relief from Mitch Zimmer. Sturgeon Bay goes to (18-7) on the year, and will now host Mishicot in a Regional Semi-Final at 4:30pm on Tuesday, May 28th.

Clippers tie Sevastopol/Gibraltar

A back and forth game ended in a tie for a pair of Door County rivals as Sturgeon Bay tied Sevastopol/Gibraltar 2-2. Anna Fischer scored in the 30th minute for Sturgeon Bay and Chilina Cuellar redirected a direct kick for Sevastopol in the 40th minute to tie the score at 1-1 going into halftime.  In the second half, Sturgeon Bay’s Allison Hobbs netted a cross by Miranda Olson to put Sturgeon Bay up 2-1.  Sevastopol’s was awarded a PK in the 86th minute and Reetika Jandu scored to tie the game at 2-2. 

Culver's Door County Student-Athlete of the Week: Sturgeon Bay baseball's Trent Ehlers

By the slimmest of margins, Trent Ehlers and his Sturgeon Bay baseball teammates were able to keep their conference championship streak alive. Thanks to Southern Door’s defeating Peshtigo, the Clippers claimed a share of its third straight Packerland Conference championship. It was important for the senior and the Packerland Conference Player of the Year candidate to keep the positive momentum going. After all, Ehlers says his relationship with some of his teammates go well beyond their time in high school.

This week’s Culver’s Door County Student-Athlete of the Week, Ehlers is currently looking at some junior colleges and Wisconsin schools to continue to his baseball career after high school. His Clippers team still has a lot more to accomplish this season beginning with a home game against Algoma Thursday afternoon.



Sturgeon Bay soccer falls 5-0 to Wrightstown

The Wrightstown Tigers blanked the Sturgeon Bay Clippers 5-0 in girls soccer at Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday.  Alexa Leick and Ashley Hansen each scored twice and Lindsey Kugler once to lead Wrightstown.  McKenna Gibson had 11 saves in goal for the Clippers.  Wrightstown is ranked at #9 in D3 for a good reason.  The Clipper coaching staff was pleased with the team's effort and performance tonight despite the score.  Sturgeon Bay will now prepare for their conference final and first regional game."

Sturgeon Bay track athletes qualify in 13 events

Congratulations to the Girls and Boys Track & Field team for an outstanding performance at the WIAA Division II Regional at Wrightstown. The Sturgeon Bay Girls Track and Field team placed fourth, highest among Packerland teams, and the the boys finished sixth. There were many Personal and Season records set against very good competition.



Regional First Place Champions include:

Alysha Nelson in the 100

Brenna Zuehlke in the Discus with a PR of 109’ 9”

DJ Lenius in the 110 Hurdles

Nathaniel Greenlaw in the Triple Jump with a PR of 41’ 9.75”


Other Sectional qualifiers include:


         Alexa Nelson 2nd in the 100 Hurdles with a PR of 17.70

         Alyssa Brendemuehl 4th in the 100 Hurdles

         Kenzie Blau 3th in the 400 with a PR of 1:04.69 & 4th in the 200 with a PR of 28.81

         Hailey Riechers 3rd in the High Jump

         Relay team of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy, and Alysha Nelson 3rd in the 4x100


        Fletcher Hubbard 2nd in the 100 Hurdles, 3rd in the 300 Hurdles

        DJ Reichel 2nd in the 400

        DJ Lenius 2rd in the 300 Hurdles

        Relay team of Amir Hansen, Carson Dvorak, DJ Lenius, and DJ Reichel 3rd in the 4x400

        Calvin Meacham 3rd in the Shot Put with a PR of 47’ 4”


Point Winners include:


Emily Ulberg 6th in the High Jump with a PR of 4’8”

Maggie Richard 7th in the High Jump with a PR of 4’8”

Hailey Reichers 7th in the 100

Delaney Shortreed 8th in the Discus Shot Put

Kenzye Hasenjager 7th in the 200 & 6th in the Long Jump with a PR of 14’ 10”

Relay team of Kenzye Hasenjager, Ashley Hansen, Kasia Klotz, and Alexa Nelson 5th in the 4x200

Alexa Nelson 5th in the 300 Hurdles with a PR of 51.83

Hannah Sternard 6th in the Triple Jump

Nalani Bicoy 6th in the 1600

Hailey DeGrave 5th in the 800 with a PR of 2:36.35”

Relay team of Hailey DeGrave, Kenzye Hasenjaeger, Hailey Riechers, and Kenzie Blau 5th in the 4x400

Relay team of Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt, Sophie Patton, and Ashley Alberts 6th in the 4x800


On the Boys side:


Gordon Hodges 8th in the Pole Vault

Fletcher Hubbard 5th in the Triple Jump, 6th in the Long Jump

Kellen Hacht 7th in the 300 Hurdles

Amir Hansen 7th in the 100

Evian Torres 8th in the 1600

Relay team of Storm Adams, Ian Johanski, CJ Fairchild, and Amir Hansen 6th in the 4x100

Relay team of Ian Bartz, Henry Pudlo, Evian Torres, and Spencer Hubbard 8th in the 4x800




Great Job Track Team! Sectionals are this Thursday at Freedom


Full Results


100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

7.10Amir Hansen12.19aSturgeon Bay 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12DJ Reichel53.33aSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

12.9Spencer Hubbard2:23.02aPRSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Evian Torres5:34.70aSturgeon Bay9.11David Condra5:42.87aPRSturgeon Bay11.12Adrian Rodriguez5:43.34aPRSturgeon Bay 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

1.11DJ Lenius15.83aSturgeon Bay2.11Fletcher Hubbard16.50aSturgeon Bay7.10Kellen Hacht19.11aSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

2.11DJ Lenius42.54aSturgeon Bay3.11Fletcher Hubbard43.34aSturgeon Bay10.10Kellen Hacht46.63aSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Storm Adams
Ian Johanski
CJ Fairchild
Amir Hansen47.48aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.DJ Lenius
Amir Hansen
Carson Dvorak
DJ Reichel3:40.43aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

8.Ian Bartz
Evian Torres
Frank Pudlo
Spencer Hubbard10:11.93aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Calvin Meacham47-04.00PRSturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

15.12Carson Talbert103-11PRSturgeon Bay 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

8.10Gordon Hodges10-06.00Sturgeon Bay---12Frank PudloNHSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Fletcher Hubbard19-04.75PRSturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Nathaniel Greenlaw41-09.75PRSturgeon Bay5.11Fletcher Hubbard40-09.00Sturgeon Bay16.9Spencer Hubbard32-04.50PRSturgeon Bay 

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Alysha Nelson13.44aSturgeon Bay 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Kenzie Blau28.81aPRSturgeon Bay6.12Kenzye Hasenjager29.18aSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Hailey DeGrave2:36.35aPRSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Nalani Bicoy5:54.92aPRSturgeon Bay 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

10.11Nalani Bicoy13:03.04aPRSturgeon Bay13.12Emily Pinkert16:38.07aSturgeon Bay 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

2.9Alexa Nelson17.87aSturgeon Bay4.9Alyssa Brendemuehl18.46aSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

5.9Alexa Nelson51.83aPRSturgeon Bay10.9Alyssa Brendemuehl53.87aSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.-Emily Tess
Kasia Klotz
Elena LeRoy
Alysha Nelson54.20aSturgeon Bay 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Elena LeRoy
Kasia Klotz
Ashley Hansen
Alexa Nelson1:56.68aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Hailey DeGrave
Hailey Riechers
Kenzye Hasenjager
Kenzie Blau4:35.75aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Ashley Alberts
Morgan Reinhardt
Hailey DeGrave
Sophie Patton11:28.34aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Delaney Shortreed31-06.50Sturgeon Bay9.12Brenna Zuehlke30-06.00Sturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Brenna Zuehlke109-09PRSturgeon Bay8.11Delaney Shortreed84-07Sturgeon Bay12.10Cabria Zuehlke77-05Sturgeon Bay 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Hailey Riechers4-11.00Sturgeon Bay6.9Emily Ulberg4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay7.10Maggie Richard4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.12Kenzye Hasenjager14-10.00PRSturgeon Bay9.9Hannah Sternard14-03.75Sturgeon Bay13.9Mckenzie Fish13-06.50PRSturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.9Hannah Sternard31-03.50Sturgeon Bay10.11Kasia Klotz29-11.75Sturgeon Bay 

Baseball captures share of crown on off day

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers were written off by most people about two weeks ago in their quest for a 3rd straight Packerland Conference Baseball Championship. However, with a number of never-say-die performances, the Clippers finished league play with a solid (13-3) record after their thrilling 4-3 nine-inning victory over Peshtigo last Friday. Peshtigo still held the inside track to an outright championship with a (13-2) record, needing a victory at Southern Door Monday to clinch the outright title. But, our neighbors to the south took care of business on Monday by dumping the Bulldogs 5-1 behind a Derik LeCaptain no-hitter. For the second consecutive year, Sturgeon Bay and Peshtigo will share the Packerland Conference baseball title. Seeing that all Clippers/Bulldogs games in the last two years have been decided by one run, it seems appropriate that an exciting 2019 baseball season has resulted in another co-championship for these Packerland baseball powers. Sturgeon Bay now travels to Bonduel for a 4:30pm Tuesday non-conference game, before hosting Algoma at 4:30pm on Thursday in the opening round of the Regional Tournament. See you at the ball park.


Sturgeon Bay hosted soccer tournament on Saturday

Sturgeon Bay was able to get in three soccer games on Saturday as they hosted the Door County Cup. Ashwaubenon, Pius XI and Wrightstown were the other teams in the tournament. Wrightstown won all three of their games including a 3-0 victory over the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play host to Wrightstown again on Tuesday at 4:30 PM.