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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-04

Gibraltar, Sevastopol football meet in season finale on 105.1 The GOAT

A football season unlike any other will end in familiar fashion on Saturday afternoon when Gibraltar and Sevastopol meet in Institute.


Both teams have not fared well during the spring season as they are in search of their first win. The Pioneers lost their three games in close fashion, including last Friday's 36-20 loss to host Sturgeon Bay. Despite the lack of wins, the Pioneers' offense has been potent with Jack de Young leading the conference with over 750 yards passing and Spencer Evenson among the leaders in rushing and receiving. 


The Vikings have suffered some lopsided losses but played better in its most recent defeat to NEW Lutheran 31-20. Their offense has also shown some potency despite their record with Luke Steebs in the top three for passing and rushing while Spencer Krause leads the way in the receiving category. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says it has been a unique week of practice leading up to facing their county rival.



Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 12:30 p.m. followed by kickoff from Institute at 1 p.m.

Softball: Vikings, Pioneers split games

The Gibraltar Viking-Sevastopol Pioneer rivalry got renewed on Thursday when the two teams each won a tense game against each other. It was the season opener for both teams and they are each now 1-1. Sevastopol took game one, 2-1. Gibraltar answered back with a close win of their own, 6-5. Gibraltar will have a quick turnaround, with a Friday game against Algoma at 4:30 PM. Sevastopol will have a trip to Peshtigo on Friday, with first pitch scheduled for 4:30 PM.

Baseball: Gibraltar takes rivalry game

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball team got the bats going early and often in their 18-2 regular season opener over Sevastopol. The game only went five innings as the “ten run rule” was imposed. Gibraltar also won the other game, 12-3. While both teams got to be on the diamond for the first time in over a year on Thursday, Sevastopol will get time off before taking the field next Thursday at Kewaunee. Gibraltar will be right back in action on Friday when they host Algoma. First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 PM.

Softball: Area foes face off to start season

Gibraltar and Sevastopol will be close to home to open their seasons as they face each other Thursday at Sevastopol’s field. While neither team got to play in 2020, Gibraltar went 3-14 in 2019, and Sevastopol posted a 4-14 record. As both teams look to start a better campaign in 2021, first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 PM.

Fitzgerald wins two events at Vikings' opening track meet

Senior Abbey Fitzgerald won two events to lead in Gibraltar in its first track meet of the year at Algoma.


She won the 400M and the long jump to score the bulk of the 20 points scored by the girls' team. That amount was good for fifth overall.


Alex Scoon was a one-man show for the boys' team, earning a second, third, fourth, and sixth place finish to earn 12 points.


Full Results are listed below (Place, Year in School, Name, Time/Distance,Personal Record (PR) or Season Record (SR), School):



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.10Alex Scoon14.36aPRGibraltar 


200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.10Alex Scoon29.05aPRGibraltar 


Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

3.10Alex Scoon29-05.00PRGibraltar 


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.10Alex Scoon16-04.00PRGibraltar 



200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

7.9Nida Zukauskaite33.50aPRGibraltar8.9McKailey ReisenscratchGibraltar 


400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Abbey Fitzgerald1:05.05aPRGibraltar8.9Krista Church1:19.12aPRGibraltar 


100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Nida Zukauskaite22.65aPRGibraltar 


Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

9.9Krista Church21-06.50PRGibraltar 


Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

9.9Krista Church48-00PRGibraltar 


High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Nida Zukauskaite4-04.00PRGibraltar 


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Abbey Fitzgerald16-09.75PRGibraltar 


Photo courtesy of Gibraltar School District Facebook page


Gibraltar golf does well in first meet

The Gibraltar golf team had a good showing in its first meet of the year on Thursday at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay.


Peyton Thomas and Teddy Roth had similar days on the course, shooting 56 and 60 respectively. Both registered one par on the day. You can see their full scorecard below:

Gibraltar can't catch up to United on 105.1 The GOAT

The second time was not the charm for the Gibraltar Vikings as they lost to NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation/Providence Academy 31-20 Friday night in Institute.


United quarterback Peyton Ponfil got things started with a short sneak for the only touchdown of the first quarter to put them up 6-0. Ali Gbaja-Biamila would put the United up by 13 on a red-zone score before Sam Lindenberg found the endzone nearly 40 yards out to get the Vikings on the board. Marshal Bukowski would cap off the scoring in the first half with a three-yard touchdown to put the United up 19-6 at the break.


The United scored the only touchdown of the third quarter Ponfil found Nathan Puyleart from over 30 yards out to extend their lead. Gbaja-Biamila scored his second touchdown of the evening early in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach on a 33-yard grab. The Vikings refused to quit, going deep into their bench to score two times in the final frame. Luke Steebs found Jake Schar and Will Friedenfels for a pair of 40-plus yard scores to cap off the offensive night for the Vikings. The team was forced to play without two of their major contributors, Sam Lindenberg and Spencer Krause, for large portions of the game due to lower-body injuries.


The Vikings will have one more chance at a victory this season on May 1st when they play at Sevastopol as the road team against the Pioneers. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. and the game will air on 105.1 The GOAT. 



Gibraltar football gets second crack at NEW Lutheran on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings football team hopes to not have a repeat of its opening game this season when NEW Lutheran visits Sevastopol for a second time on Friday night.


The Blazers ran all over the Vikings in week 1 as they won the game 52-22. Marshal Bukowski ran for 331 yards and three touchdowns in the game, part of a 472-yard rushing night for the Blazers. Head coach Mike Peck said mistakes made it tough getting back into the game.

The Vikings have been playing better since that opening week defeat, but they are still looking for their first win of the season. Their original opponent, Chequamegon, had to back out earlier this week due to COVID-19 protocols. Peck says his team is just excited for the opportunity to play.

Tim Kowols and Tanner Bickford will have coverage of the game on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 6 p.m.

Vikings get new football opponent for Friday

The Gibraltar Vikings' football matchup against Chequamegon has gone from a long road trip to not happening. 


The game was originally scheduled as a road game for the Vikings, but gradually made its way across the state and turned into a home-away-from-home game for the Vikings at Sevastopol. COVID-19 protocols has since knocked out both the Screaming Eagles and the Oakfield Oaks, who were scheduled to play NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation/Providence Academy on Saturday.


Instead, the Vikings and the Blazers will face each other once again on Friday at 6 p.m. at Sevastopol. It is a rematch of week one when Marshal Bukowski put up 331 of the Blazers' 472 rushing yards in a 52-22 defeat for the Vikings. Tim Kowols and Tanner Bickford will still have the call from Sevastopol beginning at 5:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and

Gibraltar/Sevastopol boys' soccer hosts Kewaunee

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol boys' soccer team is scheduled to get another crack at a win on Thursday when they host Kewaunee at Sevastopol High School.


The Vikineers are 1-1 on the season, defeating Gresham in their first game 3-1 before losing to Manitowoc Lutheran over the weekend 4-1. 


It is possible the game will not take place as the Storm has had all five of its scheduled games so far this season get canceled. If it does take place, the two teams will square off at 6:30 p.m.

Vikings run strong in Kewaunee

The Gibraltar cross country teams ran well on a cold Tuesday afternoon at Kewaunee's Bruemmer Park.


Neither team had a full squad to score as a team in the meet. Logan Mittermann finished in the middle of the pack with a time of 21:19. Betsy Lecy paced the girls again, running a time of 24:21 on the 5K course. 


Full Results

Vikings cross country teams small but mighty

The size and experience of the Gibraltar cross country teams are not stopping them from competing this alternative spring season.


The teams are smaller than they have been in years past partly because of the timing of the season and the worries surrounding COVID-19. Both teams also boast just one senior among them in Molly McCormick on the girls' squad and only one other runner with high school cross country experience. The boys' team consists of freshman Logan Mitterman and no one else. Head coach Joy Manweiler Bastian says even though the numbers are down, she has found an upside.

The Vikings will race again against Green Bay East, Green Bay West, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday afternoon. The first race begins at 4:30 p.m. in Kewaunee.


Click here for our full Coaches Corner Interview with Joy Manweiler Bastian

Vikings sunk by Clippers on 105.1 The GOAT and 103.3 The Clipper

For the second week in a row, the Gibraltar Vikings football team simply could not get enough stops against a talented Sturgeon Bay offense, falling 50-34 in Institute on Friday night.


The Vikings opened up the game with a touchdown for the second consecutive week thanks to a 30 yard pass from Luke Steebs to Sam Lindenberg. The Clippers would respond with two straight touchdowns from Braeden Haines and Jack Schmelzer to make it 16-6. Steebs would find Lindenberge for a second time in the first quarter to narrow the gap.


The Vikings and the Clippers would trade scores in the second quarter with Schmelzer scoring from 37 yards out and Steebs punching in another score from three yards out. The Clippers would take advantage of a turnover later in the second quarter with Anthony JennerJohn scoring from three yards out.


The defenses took control for much of the third quarter before Jennerjohn was able to sneak in again from three yards to give the Clippers a commanding lead. The two teams would trade scores in the final stanza. Steebs scored a receiving touchdown on a trick play that saw him pitch to ball to Spencer Krause before he pitched it to Lindenberg. One offensive play later, Richard Carlson scored from 50 yards out, a feat he nearly matched at the end of the game from over 40 yards out. Steebs found Cooper Cole in the end zone the complete the scoring for the night for the Vikings.


The Vikings fall to 0-3 on the season and will host Chequamegon on Friday night at 5 p.m. at Sevastopol. 105.1 The GOAT will air the game beginning at 4:30 p.m. for the pregame followed by the kickoff at 5 p.m.





Gibraltar looks for first win on 105.1 The GOAT and 103.3 The Clipper

The Gibraltar Vikings will look for their first win on the gridiron on Friday night when they host the Sturgeon Bay Clippers.


The Vikings have come up empty in their two games this season against NEW Lutheran and Oakfield. In both games, head coach Mike Peck believes his team was not ready to compete out of the gate before rebounding later in play-from-behind mode. He says it was something they talked about in practice. 

The Clippers come into the game fresh off a 32-6 win over a NEW Lutheran team that blew the Vikings out in the first week of the season. In the same light, the Vikings were able to clamp down on an Oakfield team that scored over 60 points on the Clippers. Peck says the Clippers' offense is not scared to throw or run the ball.

Tim Kowols will have the game on 105.1 The GOAT while also joining the broadcast on 103.3 The Clipper. The game will also be featured on


You can listen to our full interview with head coach Mike Peck by clicking this link. 

Gibraltar/Sevastopol hit road for soccer match

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team will head to Gresham on Thursday to square off against the Gresham/Bowler soccer team. The two teams played earlier this month. In Gresham/Bowler’s last full season, 2019, they went 10-10. In Gibraltar/Sevastopol’s last full season in 2019, they went 7-3-6. The game is scheduled to begin at 6:00 PM.

Mittermann, Lecy lead Vikings in Green Bay

Logan Mittermann and Betsy Lecy led the Gibraltar Vikings in their respective races Tuesday afternoon in Green Bay.


Mittermann was the lone boys' runner, finishing the 5K course in 21:54. Lecy led all Vikings runners in the girls' race with a 24:23, which was good for second place overall. Neither enough team had enough runners to score points to win the races, which were both won by Kewaunee. Sturgeon Bay, Green Bay West, Green Bay East, and Providence Academy also participated.


Girls TImes

2 Lecy, Betsy 10 Gibraltar 24:23.97
13 McCormack, Molly 12 Gibraltar 27:03.92
15 Kroll, Kaitlyn 9 Gibraltar 29:49.43


Boys Times

14 Mittermann, Logan 9 Gibraltar 21:54.59 

Vikings cross country heads to Green Bay

The Gibraltar cross country team will run in its second meet of the alternative fall season on Tuesday when they race against five other teams at Green Bay's Colburn Park.


Gibraltar's small numbers do not qualify them as a scoring team, but they still ran well at last week's meet at Kewaunee. Betsy Lecy led the girls with a time of 26 minutes flat on the 5K course. Logan Mitterman was the only Vikings runner on the boys' side, covering the 5K course at Kewaunee's Bruemmer Park in 22:06.


The Vikings will also race against Sturgeon Bay, Kewaunee, Green Bay East, Green Bay West, and Providence Academy beginning at 4 p.m.

Vikings' rally falls short against Oakfield on 105.1 The GOAT

Gibraltar came up just short Saturday afternoon in Kewaskum as they fell to Oakfield 36-32.


Quarterback Luke Steebs opened the scoring up with a 10-yard scamper to the endzone to give the Vikings the early lead. The Oaks scored 16 unanswered points thanks to the legs of Hunter Sabel and Jack Fox before Steebs found the endzone again from four yards out. Grant Bass capped off the scoring in the first half with a one-yard touchdown to give the Oaks a 24-12 lead at the break. 


The Oaks opened up the lead to 30-12 when Bass found wide receiver Mason Tapp for the 25-yard passing touchdown.  The Vikings returned volley almost immediately with Sam Lindenberg finding a seam and galloping his way to the endzone from 60 yards out. Later in the quarter, the Oaks matched that run and then some when Fox broke several tackles on a 3rd and 5 and scored from 70 yards out. Steebs would account for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter with one through the air and another on the ground to get the score to 36-32. An onside kick attempt scooted out of bounds to end the threat and the game for the Vikings as they fall to 0-2 on the truncated spring season.


The Vikings are back in action on Friday night when they host Sturgeon Bay at Sevastopol. 103.3 The Clipper and 105.1 The GOAT will carry the action beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.



Gibraltar runs strong at Kewaunee

What they lacked in numbers, they made up in strength as Gibraltar ran in its first cross country meet on Thursday.


Neither the boys or the girls' teams had enough runners to qualify for a cumulative win.


Betsy Lecy led the girls with a time of 26 minutes flat on the 5K course. Logan Mitterman was the only Vikings runner on the boys' side, covering the 5K course at Kewaunee's Bruemmer Park in 22:06.


Find the full results here

Gibraltar battles Oakfield in Kewaskum on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to hit the ground running on the football field Saturday afternoon when they play Oakfield in Kewaskum.


Aside from some voluntary practices, the Vikings had a week off from practice for spring break following its 52-22 loss to NEW Lutheran in its first game of the season last month. With their first full week practicing outdoors behind them this week, Gibraltar head football coach Mike Peck believes his team will be more prepared this week despite small numbers.

The Oaks are coming off their first win of the season last week in an exciting 64-52 win over Sturgeon Bay in AshwaubenonPeck says the Oaks have a lot of great players that do many things well.

Tim Kowols and Tanner Bickford will have the call from Kewaskum on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.

Gibraltar football game moved to Kewaskum

The Gibraltar Vikings will not be making a return trip to Oakfield this season, though the two teams will still meet on the gridiron for a Saturday matinee. 


The game will be held at Kewaskum High School on Saturday at 1 p.m. Spectators may enter as early as 12:15 pm with all the usual COVID-19 protocols in place. The Oaks ran past the Vikings in their previous matchup in 2018 in Oakfield, which shares their field with the district's baseball diamond. Gibraltar head football coach Mike Peck is happy that will not be part of the equation on Saturday. 

For those unable to make the trip to Kewaskum, the game will air live on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 12:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 1 p.m. A full game preview will be posted on Saturday while our interview with head coach Mike Peck is available now in the podcast section of

Gibraltar cross country races for first time Thursday

Gibraltar will tackle its first cross country course since the 2019 WIAA Sectional Meet in Manitowoc on Thursday when it travels to Kewaunee.


Both could potentially return the bulk of their 2019 rosters plus any freshman that may have joined this season. The boys' squad hopes to be able to field a full scoring squad this season after running much of the season with just four runners. Anthony CasanasNico SalmJack Hitzeman, and Emiliano Marvin all averaged sub-seven-minute miles on the sectional course with Casanas leading the way with a time of 18:06 on the 5K course.



The girls' team may have only lost Nina Sitte from last year's squad with Betsy Lecy, Maggie Moroney, Ana McNally, Klara Orrick, and Audrey Viste all possibly returning. Lecy was the top Vikings runner for much of the season, running a personal best 22:22 at the Brillion Invite.


Running against Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay, the Vikings' first race of the season begins at 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol boys' soccer open season

Gibraltar/Sevastopol will play its first match of the season on Monday with a match against Gresham.


The Vikineers are coming off a 7-3-6 2019 campaign that saw them fall to Kohler 7-0 in the WIAA Regionals. A highlight of the season came on October 14th when they dealt Sturgeon Bay its first Packerland loss in years with a 1-0 decision. Gresham comes into its first game of the season last playing in the WIAA Regional Final when they lost to Columbus Catholic 3-2. They finished 10-10 last year.


First touch is slated for 6 p.m.