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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2019-08

Gibraltar cross country finish together at Chief K

Only about two minutes separated all four members of the Gibraltar boys cross country team during its Chief K Invitational on Thursday in Fish Creek.


Although two members short of being able to register points as a team, the entire four boy roster finished with times under 22 minutes in the 5k distance. Nico Salm finished fractions of a second ahead Anthony Casanas for a time of approximately 19:32.


The Gibraltar girls took 12th out of 16 scoring teams, led by Betsy Lecy running a 23:59 in her first high school race.



1. 33. 10 Nico Salm   19:31.46 Gibraltar
2. 34. 10 Anthony Casanas   19:31.95 Gibraltar
3. 69. 11 Jack Moore   21:23.30 Gibraltar
4. 73. 11 Jack Hitzeman   21:41.46 Gibraltar




1. 35. 9 Betsy Lecy   23:59.22 Gibraltar
2. 70. 12 Nina Sitte   26:32.90 Gibraltar
3. 71. 11 Ana McNally   26:33.69 Gibraltar
4. 72. 11 Maggie Moroney   26:38.87 Gibraltar
5. 93. 9 Klara Orrick   28:31.84 Gibraltar
6. 98. 11 Audrey Viste   29:01.93 Gibraltar

Gibraltar doubles up Gillett on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings ran away from the Gillett Tigers in the second half to secure a 52-26 win in their home opener.


It was a seesaw battle in the first half with both teams struggling to put the other away on defense. Luke Steebs had his hand in three first-half touchdowns, including two long passes to Alex Laughlin of 63 and 57 yards.


It was all Gibraltar in the second half as they scored four unanswered touchdowns. Steebs threw for another two touchdowns and used his feet for a third before being lifted for sophomore Sam Lindenburg. He took advantage of his opportunity and found Brandon Stillman for Gibraltar's final touchdown of the evening. Gillett's Derek Block capped off the evening with his second touchdown of the game, a 13-yard pass to Wyatt Herzog. 


The Vikings look to make it two in a row when they travel to Suring. You'll be able to listen to that game on air and online at 105.1 The Viking. 


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Gibraltar cross country hopes to pack big punch with small team

Despite only having about 10 runners out for the boys and girls teams combined this fall, Gibraltar cross country head coach Joy M. Bastian hopes they will still find some success this season.


Four boys and six girls will toe the line for Gibraltar when it hosts the Chief Kahquados Invitational Thursday afternoon. Bastian says despite the small team, the kids have been a joy to work within the season's infancy. Five of the six girls on the team are new to the sport while a leadership role usually reserved for upperclassmen is being seized by the team's sophomores, according to Bastian.


Featuring four races, the Chief Kahquados Invitational begins at 2 p.m. as the 5K course loops around Gibraltar's football and baseball fields as well as some time inside Peninsula State Park.

Gibraltar looks for bounce back on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings football team needed short memories to prepare for their Thursday night match-up against Gillett.


Not only did the Vikings have one less day to prepare for their matchup against the Tigers, but are coming off of a 54-6 loss to Florence last Friday night. Ahead of them is a balanced rushing attack of Gillett's Bo Krueger, Derek Block, Andy Lemens, and Anthony Carroll. The four combined to gain 218 yards on the ground in the Tigers' 32-0 win over Lena. During pre-game interviews, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck echoed sentiments he made after last week's game about getting into a better position.



Peck says Alex Laughlin and Dominic Krauel are expected to play Thursday night after sustaining injuries early in the Florence game. Tim Kowols and Jay Kita will have the call on 105.1 The Viking beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off at 7 p.m.

Football schedule scattered for week two

The Labor Day holiday is moving some traditional Friday Night games around this week.


Gibraltar and Sevastopol will each play a day earlier this week when the Vikings hosts Gillett Thursday night on 105.1 The Viking and Sevastopol plays at home against Algoma on 104.1 WRLU. Coming off of a 54-6 loss last Friday night, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck told it has to move forward after a disappointing game on a short week.



The 11-man teams kept their spots under the Friday night lights with Kewaunee traveling to Manawa, Luxemburg-Casco battling Fox Valley Lutheran on the road on 96.7 WBDK, and Southern Door making the long drive west to face Wausau East on 102.1 WRKU.

Casanas, Lecy lead the way in Mishicot for Vikings

Anthony Casanas and Betsy Lecy continued their strong season for the Gibraltar Vikings at the Jim Bremser Cross Country Invitational held by Mishicot Thursday afternoon.


The boys did not have enough runners to score as a team, but Casanas posted a top 20 finish with a time of 17:58. Lecy finished just outside of the top 20 with a time of 22:30 to lead the Vikings girls to a 13th place finish.



1.17.10Anthony Casanas17:58.92Gibraltar

2.31.10Nico Salm18:38.01Gibraltar

3.54.11Jack Hitzeman19:50.90Gibraltar

4.88.10Emiliano Marvin21:30.36Gibraltar



1.21.9Betsy Lecy22:30.27Gibraltar

2.64.12Nina Sitte25:26.94Gibraltar

3.67.11Ana McNally25:35.27Gibraltar

4.74.11Maggie Moroney26:03.83Gibraltar

5.78.11Audrey Viste26:31.43Gibraltar

Gibraltar volleyball fits in scrimmage

The Gibraltar volleyball team is putting in some extra work ahead of the first regular-season action this week.


The Vikings are heading to Wausaukee this afternoon for a series of scrimmages against Bonduel, Elcho, Gibraltar, Green Bay West, Menominee,  and NEWCHAA (Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton). First serves are expected to start at 1 p.m.


Local teams will begin playing for keeps tomorrow when Algoma heads to Oconto for an invitational, Kewaunee travels to Stevens Point, and Sturgeon Bay plays at Reedsville. Southern Door waits until Thursday to play at the Green Bay East Invitational as does Sevastopol with a tournament in Wisconsin Dells. Luxemburg-Casco will play a two-day tournament in Sun Prairie Thursday and Friday. The first real action for Gibraltar is September 5th.

Vikings can't catch Bobcats on 105.1 The Viking

The Florence Bobcats scored in all three phases of the game to open a gap the Gibraltar Vikings could not close in a 54-6 loss heard on 105.1 The Viking Friday night.


Kaden Schuls scored less than 15 seconds into the game on a kickoff return for a touchdown and was quickly followed up by a touchdown run by William Liebergen. On the next drive, a screen pass from quarterback Luke Steebs went awry and ended up in the arms of Toby Wheeler who took it in for the touchdown. Steebs came back strong on the very next drive, scoring on a  six yard scamper to make it 22-6.  Wheeler would be a part of three more touchdown drives to lead the Bobcats to a 46-6 advantage at the break. With the running clock on, a 90 yard run by Schuls was the only points scored in the second half.


The Vikings will have a quick turnaround when the host Gillett at home on Thursday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. Tim Kowols and Jay Kita will have the call on 105.1 The Viking.


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Gibraltar heads back to Florence on 105.1 The Viking

The Gibraltar Vikings football team hopes they are able to duplicate the success their basketball team had in Florence earlier this year when they play the Bobcats this evening on 105.1 The Viking. It was February when Gibraltar kicked off their two-day road trip on their way to a sectional berth with a 70-41 win over Florence. The leading scorer in that game, Luke Steebs, will take over for the former MONLPC offensive player of the year Trevor Reinhardt at quarterback for the season opener. New Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says Steebs has committed himself to being great this season.

Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m. with Tim Kowols and Dylon Klubertanz on the call beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pre-game show. You will be able to find more about this game, including reaction after the game at and its Facebook page.




Reinhardt pitches in American Legion All-Star Game

It took right until the end of summer, but Trevor Reinhardt has worn the Gibraltar blue and yellow for the final time.


Reinhardt represented Gibraltar in the Wisconsin American Legion All-Star Game after Sunday's Brewers game at Miller Park. The game featured the best senior baseball players across the state. Reinhardt came in to pitch for the Stripes squad.


It marked the second all-star game of the summer for Reinhardt, who along with his cousin Griffin participated in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star game in July at UW-Oshkosh.


Picture courtesy of Gibraltar Area Schools