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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-03

Vikings struggle in football opener on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings struggled to contain the run in its 52-22 loss against NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation/Providence Academy Friday night in Institute.


The United Blazers squad used their strong running game to wear the Vikings down beginning with their opening drive when Marshal Bukowski galloped in for a 30-yard score. Ali Gbaja-Biamila scored from 18 yards up to put United up 14-0. The first Vikings touchdown went to Sam Lindenberg after Luke Steebs found him in the flat for a 13-yard score, The United's Alex Vansteele scored from eight yards out on a  quarterback keeper before Steebs caught a Vandenberg pass for 47-yard touchdown catch to send the Vikings into halftime down 28-14.


The United would go on to score four more touchdowns in the second half, including a pair of Vansteele keepers. The only break in the streak was a one-handed touchdown grab from Luke Steebs towards the end of the third quarter.


The Vikings will have the week off before play at Oakfield on April 10th. and 105.1 The GOAT will carry the game beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.

Volleyball: Gibraltar falls to Sevastopol

In Thursday’s rubber match between Sevastopol High School and Gibraltar, the Vikings would fall in three sets. The Packerland opponents went back and forth in the first set but Sevastopol would eventually end on top, 25-22. Set two would be more of the same up until the game was at a 15-15 tie. The Pioneers would pull away for a 25-18 win. Sevastopol would control the Vikings in the third set, winning 25-13. In the losing effort, Agne Zukauskaite broke the all-time digs record with 935. She also collected 17 kills and 25 digs. Nida Zukauskaite tallied 7 kills and Zoe Armbruster had 12 assists and a pair of aces. 


The Vikings have still won four of their last six, and are .500 this season. Their record is now 5-5. 


Gibraltar football gets underway against NEW Lutheran on 105.1 The GOAT

The long wait is over for Gibraltar football fans as they play their first game since November 2019 Friday night against NEW Lutheran.


The Vikings last suited up against Newman Catholic in Level 2 Playoff action, which resulted in a 61-25 defeat. Otherwise, the team went 7-2 that season, including a 50-38 win over NEW Lutheran on September 21st. Practicing in the spring with only half the roster has made preparing for the season opener has been interesting for head coach Mike Peck. 

The Blazers are a mystery heading into the game. The game against the Vikings was the last time they scored a point. They were shut out against Suring and Wausaukee before forfeiting their final two games. With it being the season opener and no scrimmages, there is also no film. It is still an opponent Peck respect a lot.

All Gibraltar home games this season will take place at Sevastopol. Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call at 6:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and worldwide at at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.


Listen to our full interview with Peck on the Gibraltar Sports Podcast page

Gibraltar looking for revenge

As the postseason becomes closer, the rivalry matchups get more intense. On Thursday at Sevastopol High School, the Gibraltar Vikings will take the court for a road match with Sevastopol. Both teams come into the game playing well as of late. Gibraltar had a cold start to the season with a 1-3 record. Since, they have won four of their next five. The Vikings will try and avenge their early season loss to the Pioneers and extend their record to 6-4. Sevastopol has won eight of their last nine since dropping their season opener to Green Bay Preble. The Pioneers come into the game with an 8-2 record. 


The two teams met on March 13 and the Pioneers pulled off the win in five sets. The opening serve is set to take place at 7:15 PM.


Vikings sweep Algoma

Gibraltar would get the three-set sweep over Algoma on Tuesday. Two of the sets would be close as the Vikings took set one 25-22. In set two they were able to win more comfortably, 25-17. In the third set, the Wolves hung close but Gibraltar would take set three, 25-22. 


Stars for the Vikings were Agne Zukauskaite and Sage Krause. Zukauskaite would have 15 kills, 17 digs, and a pair of aces. Sage Krause would also have a couple of aces, and 15 digs. Gibraltar is back over .500 with the win. They will travel to Sevastopol to take on the Pioneers on Thursday at 7:15 PM. 


Vikings drop squeaker to Kewaunee

The Gibraltar Vikings Volleyball team winning streak comes to an end after losing in five sets to Packerland foe, Kewaunee High School. Gibraltar would climb back into the match after dropping the first two sets by scores of 26-24 and 25-15. Gibraltar would tie the match after 25-23 and 25-21 set wins. In the deciding match, Kewaunee rallied back for a 15-11 win.

Gibraltar received a 19 kill effort from Agne Zukauskaite. She’d also add 22 digs, a pair of aces and a block. Zoe Armbuster helped with 18 assists and 11 digs. Maggie Moroney worked for 16 digs and 16 assists. Gibraltar is now 4-4 this season. Kewaunee is also .500 at 2-2. The Vikings’ next contest is on Tuesday when they face an Algoma squad in search of their first win in the alternative season. Tuesday’s match is set to begin at 6:00 P.M. in Algoma.

Gibraltar football to play home games on the road

Do not head to Fish Creek this season if you want to catch Gibraltar's home football games this spring.


Gibraltar athletic director Peggy Tanck told that the Vikings will play all of their home games this alternative fall season at Sevastopol. The team's first home-away-from-home game will be March 26th against NEW Lutheran.

Volleyball: Gibraltar going for three straight

On Thursday the Gibraltar High School Vikings volleyball team will make the trek to face off against the Menominee Indian High School Eagles. Gibraltar started off the season shaky with a 1-3 record. A win against conference foe Southern Door may have turned the tide for this Vikings team. They have won the last two and will be looking to grab a second straight non-conference, and move to 4-3. The Eagles will be looking for their first win as they are 0-3 so far this season. 


The opening serve for Thursday’s matchup between the Vikings and Eagles is scheduled for 7:15 P.M. in Keshena.


Volleyball: Gibraltar back to .500

Gibraltar Volleyball has now been victors in their last two matchups, including a four-set win on Tuesday over the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks. Gibraltar took game one by a commanding 25-13 score. The next two games only got tighter as the Vikings took game two 25-20. It was the Thunderhawks taking the third game to stay alive, 25-23. Gibraltar would cap off another match victory this week with a win in the fourth set, 25-17. Maggie Moroney had a great night distributing the ball, with 25 assists and added 9 digs and an ace. Karlee Kita also served well with 4 aces and 7 kills. Agne Zukauskaite had a powerful night with 16 kills, 3 aces, and 20 digs. 


Gibraltar, now 3-3, will hit the road Thursday to face Menominee Indian High School.


Gibraltar gets first Packerland victory

A Volleyball match between Gibraltar and Southern Door went back and forth, but it was Gibraltar running away with the fifth and final set. Gibraltar finished what they started over the Eagles, as they won handily 25-15. The second set put Southern Door on the board with a 25-22 win. Gibraltar had to get the extra point in set three, but did that for a 26-24 win. The Eagles took set four 25-18. In the fifth set, to decide the match, the Vikings rallied for the 15-8 win and the match win, which was their first in conference play. Agne Zukauskaite was all over with 28 kills, 3 aces, and 23 digs. Barret Chomeau had 10 kills and Sage Krause had 30 digs. 


The Vikings snap a three-game losing skid. Gibraltar is now 2-3 on the season and the Eagles drop their first match and are 3-1. Gibraltar will host Oneida Nation on Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. 


Gibraltar loses Packerland battle

The Gibraltar Vikings have won a set this season in Packerland play, but are yet to win a match. The Vikings were on the wrong end of another contest on Thursday Night against Sturgeon Bay, losing in three sets. The scores of the sets were 25-19, 25-23, 25-16. Leading in stats for Gibraltar was Agne Zukauskaite with 12 kills, 4 aces, and 14 digs. Maggie Moroney also contributed 14 assists. 


The Vikings, now 1-2 on the season, will get a chance to get their first conference victory on Saturday when they host Sevastopol. Saturday’s game is scheduled for 2:30 P.M. CST. 


Vikings look to bounce back

When Gibraltar hosts Sturgeon Bay on Thursday night for volleyball, both teams will be coming off of a loss. Sturgeon Bay has dropped their last two games, falling to both De Pere West and Green Bay Preble. Gibraltar lost a tight matchup with Kewaunee on Tuesday in four sets.  As far as common opponents go, both teams handily beat Green Bay West in three sets. Both teams are .500 as the Vikings are 1-1 and the Clippers are 2-2. 


The Vikings' last outing against Kewaunee did give them close game experience as all four sets were tight. The Vikings won a set 30-28 but lost the others by scores of 25-22, 25-21, and 25-20. The match is set for 7:00 P.M. 


Gibraltar Volleyball unable to get past Kewaunee

The game between Gibraltar and Kewaunee had all close sets, but the team to win three was Kewaunee. The Vikings won a set 30-28, but lost the others by scores of 25-22, 25-21, and 25-20. Leaders for Gibraltar include Agne Zukauskaite who had 18 kills and 29 digs, Sage Krause with 31 digs, Maggie Moroney with 20 assists, and Karlee Kita with 9 aces. The teams will get a rematch on March 22nd. Gibraltar, now 1-1, will make their way to Sturgeon Bay to face off with the Clippers on Thursday at 7:00 P.M.

Football conference renamed for eight-man football

The alphabet soup known as the MONLPC-8 East will be no more after this alternative spring season.


The WIAA announced on Monday plans to form 11 eight-man football conferences as more schools transition to the sport. As of right now, the newly formed Peninsula Conference has many old faces to it. Algoma, Gibraltar, Gillett, Green Bay N.E.W Luth/Oneida/Providence Academy, Lena/St Thomas Aquinas, Sevastopol, Suring, and Wausaukee will make up the conference. The only true new member to the conference is Algoma, which was considered an independent in 2019 after make the switch to eight-man football and will be idle for the 2020 fall and 2021 alternative spring seasons. 

Gibraltar volleyball hosts Kewaunee

The sprint continues for the Gibraltar volleyball team on Tuesday night when they host the Kewaunee Storm.


The Vikings swept their match against Green Bay West last week 25-19 25-15 25-11. The Vikings will now play nine matches in three weeks. Head coach Woody Heidler says that means any kinks that occur they will have to fix on the fly.

He is happy the seniors will get to experience this 10-match sprint.

The Storm come to Fish Creek come off a tough 3-2 loss to Clintonville on Monday night. The opening serve is set for 7 p.m.

Vikings volleyball sweeps Green Bay West

The Gibraltar Volleyball team made the most of its trip to Green Bay on Thursday, sweeping Green Bay West 25-19. 25-15, and 25-11.


The Vikings were able to do damage from the service line as approximately 20 percent of their total points came off the initial serve. Karlee Kita registered five aces to complement her five kills. Sage Krause also collected six aces along with 26 digs. Agne Zukauskaite had a strong all-around night as she got three aces, six kills, and 13 digs.

Gibraltar volleyball travels to Green Bay West

The Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team will get their first action of the season Thursday when they travel to face the Green Bay West Wildcats.


The Vikings are coming off a regional championship last season before falling to Hilbert. The Wildcats were swept by Sturgeon Bay earlier in the week.


Opening serve is set for 7 p.m.