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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-09

Gibraltar looks to break losing streak to Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran on 105.1 The GOAT

Losing to a once in a season is bad enough, but the Gibraltar hope to make up for a pair of losses this spring to Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran Friday night.


The two teams met in the spring with the United taking the wins by scores 52-22 and 31-20. Missing this year from those games is Marshal Bukowski, who pounded out over 400 yards of rushing and four scores between the two games. The United have been missing his contributions, going 0-5 so far including last week's loss to Algoma 54-6.


The Vikings got back into the win column last week with a 72-20 win over Gillett. Sam Lindenberg accounted for over 330 yards of offense and six touchdowns (two passing, four rushing) in just over a half of action in the game.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 5 p.m. with kickoff scheduled for 5:30 p.m. The game will also air on and


Click here to listen to our weekly interview with Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck

Oneida Nation/NEW game moved up for Vikings football

Time to reset your plans for Friday night after Gibraltar and Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran announced Thursday morning it would be moving up the time of the game.


The Friday night game will be moved to 5:30 p.m. from its original start time of 7 p.m. No reason was given for the change, but the statewide shortage of referees has caused some games to be moved to different times and even different days. Last week's game against Gillett was delayed by 10 minutes because referees were working a different game before traveling to their night cap.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will be on the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 5 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 5:30 p.m.

Vikings swept by Oconto, face Algoma

A quick memory will be needed for the Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team before they play Algoma in Fish Creek Tuesday.


The Vikings lost in straight sets Monday to state-ranked Oconto on the road. The Wolves beat Shiocton and Mishicot before losing to Reedsville in its own tournament on Saturday.


First serve is set for 7 p.m.

Gibraltar volleyball meets state-ranked Oconto Monday

The Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team will open their week with a stiff test when they play their make-up match Monday against Oconto.


The Vikings have been able to pick up two victories out of their three matches at the Crivitz quad, losing to the host school but beating Elcho and Goodman/Pembine. They are looking for their first win in the Packerland after losing previous matches to NEW Lutheran and Kewaunee by 3-0 scores.


The Blue Devils are ranked fourth in the state among Division 3 teams according to the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association. They had a six-match winning streak snapped with a 2-0 loss on Saturday to Green Bay Southwest, but the Blue Devils are a perfect 3-0 in Packerland play.


First serve is set for 7 p.m. in Oconto.

Gibraltar football routs Gillett 72-20 on 105.1 The GOAT

On a dark and rainy night in Gillett, there was not much that could slow down the Gibraltar Vikings in a dominating 72-20 victory over the host Tigers Friday night.


The  Vikings wasted no time getting the offense rolling as they jumped out to a 14-6 first-quarter lead thanks to a seven-yard touch pass from Sam Lindenberg to Bela Salm and Lindenberg dashing one in from 85 yards out. Gibraltar poured it on in the second quarter courtesy of Lindenberg's legs. He scored another three touchdowns on the ground, including one from 73 yards out. The defense even got into the act with a fumble recovery in the end zone after the ball popped out of the Tigers' hands. Giuseppe Mercier and Braden Sitte also found the endzone in the second quarter to give the Vikings a 60-6 lead at the end of the first half.



With a running clock for the entire second half, both the Vikings and the Tigers exchanged a pair of scoring drives with many of the regulars getting limited action the rest of the night. Braden Kita engineered a pair of scoring drives, ending one through the air with a pass to William Lecy and another on the ground from 16 yards out.  Ben Matczek, Cole Schaal, and Jesse DeBauch all scored touchdowns for the Tigers in the contest.


The Vikings will stay on the road next week as they face NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation at Oneida Nation High School on Friday night at 7 p.m. The game will air on 105.1 The GOAT, and




Lecy, Mitterman lead Vikings in Mishicot

The Gibraltar cross country team took advantage of the tough competition to run fast times at Thursday's Jim Bremser Invitational in Mishicot.


Betsy Lecy paced the girls with a top 25 finish in the small school division with a time of 22:38. Logan Mitterman narrowly defeated his teammate Nico Salm in the boys race with both breaking 19:30 on the 5K course.



24423Betsy LecyGibraltarF000:22:38.08

62421Gaby GerardGibraltarF000:25:43.91

84420Krista ChurchGibraltarF000:31:25.28



36418Logan MittermannGibraltarM000:19:22.81

37419Nico SalmGibraltarM000:19:23.41

63417Emiliano MarvinGibraltarM000:21:04.03

Gibraltar looks to break losing streak at Gillett on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings football team are looking to add to the W column for the first time since Week 1 when they visit Gillett on Friday night.


The Vikings have been able to take away some positives from their two game homestand, but came up empty in the win department as they saw their game against Wabeno-Laona slip away in the fourth quarter and its comeback in the final frame against Algoma fall short. Sam Lindenberg leads the MONLPC-8 East in passing with 591 yards while Braden Sitte has the second most yards receiving in the conference with 313 yards.


The Tigers have struggled to get things going this season, having to forfeit its game against White Lake/Elcho for medical reasons. It has not fared well in the games they were able to play, going 0-3 while being outscored 166-8. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says his team is expecting to see the Tigers' best as both teams can even up their conference records with a win on Friday.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate 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.


Listen to our full interview with head coach Mike Peck by clicking this link

Gibraltar football looks for bounce back against Algoma

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to find the win column for the first time in three weeks when they host Algoma Friday night in Fish Creek.


The Vikings left the field last Saturday heartbroken but with their heads held high after falling to Laona-Wabeno 38-22. The Rebels scored 24 unanswered points, including 16 in the final nine seconds to stun the Vikings. Sam Lindenberg and Giuseppe Mercier scored rushing touchdowns and Braden Sitte registered one through the air to put points up for the Vikings. Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck is proud of how the team has responded this week. 

The Wolves come into the matchup 2-1 on the season after skipping 2020. Carter Zimmerman currently leads the MONLPC-East in passing with 414 yards, just seven more than Lindenberg. Zimmerman threw for 147 yards and one touchdown and rushed for 120 yards and two scores in the Wolves' 26-6 victory over Suring last week.


Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Broadcast coverage of Gibraltar football on 105.1 The GOAT will return next week when the Vikings travel to Gillett. 


You can listen to our full interviews with Coach Peck and Algoma head coach Wade Vandervest by clicking on the links. 

Vikings volleyball take care of Stockbridge

Gibraltar had a tight win in their first set but then handled the next two in their sweep over Stockbridge on Tuesday. The Vikings won set one 25-21, then won the next two sets by 25-12 final scores. Nida Zukauskaite led the way in scoring for the Vikings, getting 11 aces, 8 kills, and also chasing 10 digs. Ellie Scherer racked up 15 digs and also threw in 5 kills. Chloe Alexander help set up the scoring, with 20 assists. The Vikings are now 3-4 overall this season and will head to Kewaunee on Thursday. 

Second half goal the difference in Vikineers win

Gibraltar/Sevastopol only mustered five shots in their Monday match against NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy but made sure they counted in its 2-1 win.


The Vikineers fired off five shots, finding the back of the net once each half. That canceled out a goal scored by the Blazers' Elijah Meerstein. Jack Henschel made three saves in the loss for the Blazers.


The Vikineers improve to 3-2-1 on the season as they wait to see who they play in Saturday's Wrightstown Tournament.

Gibraltar cross country runs hard at Northern Lights Invite

The Gibraltar cross country team ran hard despite not having enough runners to field a complete squad.


Logan Mitterman led the way for the boys on the 5K course with a time of 19:43 while Betsy Lecy was the leading Lady Vikings runner with a time of 23:17.



1.23.10Logan Mittermann19:43.4Gibraltar

2.31.12Nico Salm20:34.4Gibraltar

3.37.12Emiliano Marvin21:31.6Gibraltar



1.33.11Betsy Lecy23:17.1Gibraltar

2.52.10Lauren McNally25:19.2Gibraltar

3.55.11Gaby Gerard25:33.1Gibraltar

4.60.10Kaitlyn Kroll26:16.5Gibraltar

Gibraltar/Sevastopol makes trip to Green Bay

Gibraltar/Sevastopol looks to get into the win column yet again as they travel to NEW Lutheran for EWC/Packerland Conference action.


The Vikineers made quick work of Kewaunee last Thursday, winning the match 10-3. The Blazers came back from two goals down against St. Mary Catholic to win 3-2 to last Tuesday.


Monday's game is set for 5 p.m.

Gibraltar falls late to Laona-Wabeno on 1051 The GOAT

Laona-Wabeno scored three unanswered touchdowns to stun Gibraltar 38-22 Saturday afternoon in Fish Creek. 


The Rebels got the scoring started in the first quarter when Braden Brauer rushed to the end zone from twenty yards out. The Vikings would respond at the beginning of the second quarter when Giuseppe Mercier scored from ten yards out before The Vikings converted their two-point conversion. The Rebels would retake the lead before halftime when Connor Taylor connected with Carter Janesch for a thirty-yard score. 


The Vikings came out swing in the third quarter when Sam Lindenberg scored from five yards out.  Gibraltar would take an eight-point lead with  Lindenberg found Braden Sitte on a forty-one-yard touchdown pass.  That's when the Rebels would take over first tying the game up on a seventy-nine-yard touchdown pass from Taylor to Adam Seeber. After some confusion in the final minute, The Rebels took the lead on the second Taylor-to-Seeber connection. Brauer's pick-six capped off the scoring for the afternoon.


The Vikings return to Fish Creek on  Friday night when they host Algoma for a 7:00 Pm kick-off.




Gibraltar football looks for rebound against Laona-Wabeno on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings hope to put last Thursday's game in the rear-view mirror when it hosts Laona-Wabeno on Saturday afternoon in Fish Creek.


The Vikings lost their last game 50-22 to Three Lakes despite Will Friedenfels hauling in two passes from Sam Lindenberg to the tune of 108 yards and two touchdowns. After Bela Salm boasted the big plays in the season opener, Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck says it is good example of how hard it can be to play them if they are executing.

The Rebels come into the game 2-0 with a pair of shutouts while averaging 40 points a game. Peck says this is not the team they saw three years ago when the Vikings won 28-24 despite giving up over 350 yards rushing and averaged 183 yards on the ground a game.

Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the game on 105.1 The GOAT,, and beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m. You can listen to our full interview with Peck by clicking this link.

Gibraltar cross country race under the stars in Little Chute

The Gibraltar Vikings cross country team will face some stiff competition when they run at Winagamie Golf Course Friday afternoon.


Hosted by Little Chute, the Vikings will also take on Three Lakes, St. Mary Catholic, Amherst, Antigo, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Coleman, Freedom, Green Bay Preble, Kewaskum, Laona-Wabeno, Lourdes Academy, Mosinee, Reedsville, Seymour,
Stratford, Westfield, Weyauwega Fremont, Winnebago Lutheran Academy, and Winneconne.


The Vikings' Logan Mitterman and Betsy Lecy posted the team's fastest times at last Thursday's Kiel Invitational.


The Northern Lites Cross Country Invitational will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Vikings volleyball swept by Blazers

A young Gibraltar volleyball team lost in straight sets Thursday to NEW Lutheran 18-25, 19-25, and 20-25.


Leading the way for the Vikings were Nida Zukauskaite (10 kills, 2 aces, 10 digs), Zoe Armbruster (22 digs) and Chloe Alexander (25 assists). Greta Wise led NEW Lutheran with 15 kills and a team-high eight digs while Emma Laatsch added 16 assists.



Vikineers storm past Kewaunee

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team flooded the Kewaunee net with shots on Thursday, winning handily 10-3.


The Vikineers improved to 2-2-1 on the season as they more than doubled their total season's output (five goals in four previous games) in their contest against the Storm. They will next play on Tuesday at Green Bay NEW Lutheran at 5 p.m.


The Storm drops to 1-2-0 on the season with their next game at home against Sheboygan Falls on Tuesday. 

Storm, Vikineers set to square off

Both Kewaunee and Gibraltar-Sevastopol hit the pitch for the first time in a week when they take on each other on Thursday. Both teams last played on Thursday, September 2nd. The Vikineers are coming into the game with a 1-2-1 record. Kewaunee on the other hand is 1-1 to this point. The game is scheduled for 6:30 PM at Gibraltar High School. 

Blue Jays fly past Vikings on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings started each half well only to see the Three Lakes Blue Jays fight back stronger in its 50-22 loss Thursday night.


The Blue Jays opened the game with Ashton Maney picking up where he left off in Gillett with several strong rushes, but the Vikings denied him the end zone on three consecutive plays. Josh Cogar eventually broke the plane to give the Blue Jays the early lead. Sam Lindenberg answered right back on the Vikings' first drive, finding Will Friedenfels on a 60-yard pass to tie the game up.  


In the second quarter, Cogar found the endzone with a nine-yard touchdown only to be matched by the Lindenberg-Friedenfels connection again from 48 yards out to make it 16-14 late in the second quarter. After the Vikings forced a punt, they drove the ball deep into the red zone of the Blue Jays. A tipped pass turned into an interception and momentum shift for the Blue Jays as LJ Terlizzi ended the half with a pair of touchdown passes to Brandon Baumann to stretch the lead to two scores.


The Vikings would come back strong in the third quarter, holding the Blue Jays offense scoreless and Lindenberg scoring on a three-yard quarterback keeper to cut the deficit. They would be shut out the rest of the game, starting with a safety late in the third quarter after the Blue Jays pinned the Vikings deep in their own territory. The Blue Jays put the game out of reach when Ashton Maney registered a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter.


The Vikings will look to get back into the win column next Saturday afternoon at home when they host Laona-Wabeno. Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will call the game on 105.1 The GOAT and beginning at 12:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 1 p.m.



Gibraltar cross country keeping even Kiel

The Gibraltar cross country teams hope for more steady performances at its cross country meet at Kiel on Thursday.


The Vikings did not have enough runners to figure in the team standings, but Logan Mitterman and Betsy Lecy posted the squads' best times at Gibraltar's Chief K Invitational last week. 


Cedar Grove-Belgium, Denmark, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, 
Hilbert, Howards Grove, Kewaskum, Kohler, Little Chute, Mishicot, New Holstein, North Fond du Lac, NW WI Christian Home, Oostburg, Random Lake, Reedsville, Roncalli, St. Lawrence Seminary, Two Rivers
Valders, Washington County Home School Athletics, and Waupun are all scheduled to run in the invite scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.

Gibraltar football travels to Three Lakes on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings head west to Three Lakes Thursday night as they look to go 2-0 on the young football season.


The Vikings got off to a weird start last weekend, needing an almost whole 24 hours to beat White Lake/Elcho 44-22. Sam Lindenberg was the top passer (143 yards, three TDs) and top rusher (167 yards, two TDs) in the MONLPC-8 East Conference after one week as Gibraltar was one of the few teams able to play a full four quarters. What impressed Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck the most last week is something you won't find on the scoresheet.

The Blue Jays got a quarter in against Gillett, but were still able to run away with a 32-0 victory. Ashton Maney scored two touchdowns on the ground and caught another pair in the game, racking up just under 130 total yards in the game. Jared Kaufman was efficient throwing the ball, completing five passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns to Maney.


Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and streaming worldwide at beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.


You can listen to our full interview with Head Coach Mike Peck here