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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-08

Gibraltar/Sevastopol slows down Ashwaubenon

Coming off the weekend, Gibraltar/Sevastopol boys soccer got a 3-2 win over Ashwaubenon. According to wissports, the Vikineers are now 1-1-1 on the season. Now in the win column, Gibraltar/Sevastopol has a couple days to regroup before they head just a few miles south to face Sturgeon Bay on Thursday. First touch on Thursday is scheduled for 6:30 PM. 

Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer looks to tame Ashwaubenon

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team hopes to defend its home turf when it battles Ashwaubenon Monday night.


The Vikineers traveled out of town for the weekend, but no results were reported. They were 1-1 heading out of its first week of action with a 1-1 tie against Sheboygan Falls and a 2-0 loss to Kiel on its ledger. The Jaguars lost to Seymour in its last game 4-0.


First touch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Vikings finally finish off Wolverines on 105.1 The GOAT

It took another lightning delay to do it, but the Gibraltar Vikings secured their first win in close to two years on Saturday afternoon with a 44-22 victory over Elcho/White Lake.


The game restarted after the game on Friday was postponed after transportation issues for the Wolverines delayed the start and thunderstorms pushed the game to Saturday with just under 7:30 remaining in the second quarter. The Vikings scored the points of the restarted second quarter after turning away the Wolverines on their processions. Braden Sitte turned a simple wide receiver screen catch into a 60 yard touchdown pass from Sam Lindenberg to extend the Vikings lead.


The Wolverines would get back on the board after a long drive ended with Keegan Klinger scoring from 12 yards out. The Vikings would answer the call in the fourth quarter when Lindenberg found Bela Salm for a red zone touchdown following his interception. 


The win gave the Vikings their first win since their 2019 playoff win at Suring and their first home victory since beating Sevastopol a few weeks prior. They will look to make it two in a row when they travel to Three Lakes on Thursday. Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.



Vikings and Wolverines postponed, restart at 4 p.m. Saturday on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings and the White Lake/Elcho Wolverines will have to wait a little bit to finish their game. 


The game was called with 7:29 remaining in the second quarter 28-14. Sam Lindenberg was credited with three scores on the night, opening the game with an 80-yard touchdown run. He would later add a red zone rushing score and a touchdown pass to Will Friedenfels. The Wolverines got on the scoreboard with a 60-yard touchdown run to start off the second quarter, but Bela Salm answered with an 80-yard touchdown return. 


The game will restart at 4 p.m. in Fish Creek at the point of the postponement. The radio broadcast will continue at that point as well with the pre-restart show at 3:50 p.m. followed by the resumption of play on 105.1 The GOAT and streaming worldwide at 

Gibraltar volleyball starts season with tournament

The Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team will open its season on the road with a tournament hosted by Central Wisconsin Christian Academy on Friday.


The Vikings lost several players to graduation including both of its All-Packerland performers.


Play opens at 1 p.m. Other participating teams include Crandon, Deerfield, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Hustisford, Laona-Wabeno, Living Word Lutheran, North Fond du Lac, Sheboygan Christian, Sheboygan Lutheran, University Lake, and Central Wisconsin Christian.

Mittermann, Lecy pace Vikings in Chief K

The Gibraltar Vikings ran strong in its own Chief Kahquados Invitational Thursday afternoon in Fish Creek. 


Neither the boys or the girls had enough runners to compete for team honors. Logan Mittermann finished in the top 20 with a 5K time of 20:33. Betsy Lecy also finished in the top 20, covering the course in a time of 23:49.


1.  19.  11  Betsy Lecy  23:49.28

2.  58.  10  Lauren McNally  26:42.96

3.  82.  10  Kaitlyn Kroll  28:49.55

4.  122.  11Krista Church  34:26.99


1.  30.  10  Logan Mittermann  20:55.32

2.  58.  12  Emiliano Marvin  22:53.23

3.  63.  12  Nico Salm  23:03.46

Gibraltar football hosts Elcho/White Lake in season opener on 105.1 The GOAT

It has been almost two years since the Vikings have played in Fish Creek, but Gibraltar returns home Friday night to play against Elcho/White Lake.


A win over Sevastopol on October 11th, 2019 was the last victory in Fish Creek for the Vikings, which went on the road the final weeks of that season and spent the 2021 alternative fall season playing in Institute. The Vikings are coming off of a winless alternative fall season where many of their young players received opportunities due to numbers and injuries. Pair that with some players this year that have never played football before, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck said in this week's podcast preview that reviewing the basics should help everyone going into their first game of the season.

Elcho/White Lake played their season in the fall last year, but did not have too many opportunities to get on the field.  The team had seven games canceled, two games forfeited, and they did not fare well in their matchups against Three Lakes (56-6 loss) and Wabeno/Laona (52-24 loss). 


You will be able to catch the game on 105.1 The GOAT and streaming worldwide at and Tim Kowols will have the pregame show at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Door County United hosts relays meet

The Door County United swim team heads to the Sturgeon Bay YMCA on Thursday for its first home meet of the year.


Clintonville, Marinette, New London, Seymour, Shawano Community, and Wittenberg-Birnamwood will also make the trip for the relays meet. The United posted impressive times at its first meet of the year hosted at Marinette. Three Door County United swimmers individually achieved first-place finishes for their grade division; Julia Michalski (Freshmen- Sturgeon Bay), Danica Neville (Sophomore- Southern Door), and Christy Braun (Junior- Sturgeon Bay). Other top 10 individual finishers included; Caitlyn Hasenjager (Sevastopol), Molly Hall (Southern Door), Cassie Rankin (Sevastopol), Julia Kurek (Sturgeon Bay), Sanya Wienke (Sturgeon Bay), and Gaby Moreno (Sevastopol).


The first event begins at 5 p.m.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer hosts Sheboygan Falls

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol Vikineers soccer team will return to their home pitch for the first time in two years when they host Sheboygan Falls on Thursday.


The Vikineers were shut out earlier this week by Kiel in a 2-0 loss on the road. It is the first game of the season for the Falcons, who last played in October in a 5-0 loss to Port Washington in the WIAA Regional. The team went 4-8 last season, averaging just over a goal a contest.


The game is scheduled for a 6:30 p.m. opening touch. 

Chief K Invite returns to Gibraltar

Five local cross country teams will head to Gibraltar Thursday afternoon for the Chief Kahquados Invitational.


Algoma, Crivitz, De Pere, Denmark, Hilbert, Luxemburg-Casco, Gibraltar, Mauston, Mishicot, N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto, Reedsville, Roncalli, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay and Wausaukee will all race in the first race on Gibraltar campus since the 2019 Packerland Championships. Lucas Soquet of Denmark (17:12) and Sylvia Hansen of Gillett (20:34) won their 5K respective races in 2019.


The first race is slated to begin at 2 p.m.

Gibraltar volleyball scrimmages up north

The Gibraltar volleyball team will see their first action since the spring when they head to Wausaukee Monday for a string of scrimmages.


The Vikings will meet the host school, Bonduel, Elcho, Green Bay West, and Menominee (MI) for the practice runs ahead of the season at 10 a.m. The scrimmages present an opportunity for the younger players to show what they can do after the Vikings lost their two All-Packerland performers, Sage Krause and Agne Zukausksaite, to graduation.

Steebs, Laughlin make All-Tournament roster

The Ahnapee Trailblazers American Legion baseball team’s season came to an end on Sunday but the accolades didn’t stop coming. It was announced on Thursday that both Luke Steebs and Alex Laughlin were named to the AA State Tournament All-Tournament team. The Trailblazers won one game at the state tournament in Antigo last week. Both Laughlin and Steebs will play in the High School Senior All-Star game on Monday, August 9th at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton. 


Steebs, Laughlin to play in All-Star game

Two longtime Gibraltar teammates will play against each other this weekend at Fox Cities Stadium.


Luke Steebs and Alex Laughlin were both selected to the High School Senior All-Star game on Sunday, August 9th at the home of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Laughlin will suit up for Team White while Steebs will be on Team Gray. Both players just wrapped up a successful run with the Ahnapee Trailblazers American Legion team that made it to the state tournament. Laughlin was a unanimous selection to the All-Packerland Conference team as an outfielder while Steebs was a unanimous selection as a pitcher during their final season playing for the Vikings. Laughlin will be attending Madison College this fall for baseball.