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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-10

Gibraltar well represented on All-Conference teams

The Gibraltar Vikings were found across the board on All-Conference teams announced this weekend.


The Vikings play in three different conferences for football, volleyball, and soccer.



Nida Zukauskaite- Second Team All-Around



Tyler Johnson- First Team Midfielder

Connor Thompson- Second Team Forward

Michael Pothast- Second Team Defender           

Tony Curiel- Honorable Mention Midfielder

Angel Jauregui- Honorable Mention Midfielder

Victor Jauregui- Honorable Mention Defender

Theo Goode- Honorable Mention Goalkeeper      


Mittermann, Lecy lead Vikings at cross country sectionals

The Gibraltar Vikings cross country season ended with some big-time performances from some of its runners. 


Logan Mittermann paced the boys with a 19:37 5K time that placed him in the top 50 overall. Betsy Lecy concluded her season with a time of 22:38 to lead the girls.


45 Logan Mittermann 10 Gibraltar 19:37.7

58 Emiliano Marvin 12 Gibraltar 20:34.8


25 Betsy Lecy 11 Gibraltar 22:38.4


Vikineers season ends in PKs

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team took a highly-regarded St. Lawrence Seminary team to the brink on Thursday, falling in penalty kicks 3-2 after play ended with a 4-4 tie.


The game was tied 3-3 at the end of regulation and the Vikineers were in the lead for a little bit during the first overtime period. The Hilltoppers forced the penalty kicks with a goal of their own with two minutes left in the extra period.


The Vikineers end their season with an 8-8-2 mark. 

Gibraltar/Sevastopol kickoff WIAAs on the road

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team hopes their good fortunes continue as they hit the road for their first WIAA tournament action this fall.


The Vikineers have seen their wins pile up in recent weeks, winning three of their last four. In their final match of the regular season, they shut out New Holstein 2-0. St. Lawrence Seminary coming off their only loss of the season, which was a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Kiel. They had won the previous 14 matches.


Game time is set for 4 p.m. at St. Lawrence Seminary.  

Gibraltar opens WIAA tournament at home against Oakfield

The Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team will work their way towards another regional title on Tuesday when they welcome Oakfield to Fish Creek.


The Vikings opened Packerland Conference Tournament play with an exciting 3-0 win over Kewaunee last Thursday. They were rewarded with two straight matches against Oconto, losing all four sets. The Oaks started the Trailways Conference Tournament with a pair of wins, only to lose three straight heading into the WIAAs.


The opening serve is set for 7 p.m.

Personal records pace Gibraltar

Gibraltar took advantage of their home course to run some fast times on Thursday at the Packerland Conference Cross Country Championships. 


Logan Mittermann posted a personal-best 19:10 on the 5K course to capture a top 10 finish for the boys. Both Betsy Lecy and Gaby Gerard also got personal records with the former capturing first-team All-Packerland honors.



1.10.10Logan Mittermann19:10.31PRGibraltar

2.24.12Emiliano Marvin21:34.92Gibraltar



1.8.11Betsy Lecy22:09.70PRGibraltar

2.27.11Gaby Gerard25:15.85PRGibraltar

Gibraltar wins see-saw battle over Sevastopol on 105.1 The GOAT

It was "last team standing wins" Friday night as Gibraltar held on to beat Sevastopol 43-36 in Fish Creek.


The Vikings started the see-saw battle on top when Sam Lindenberg rushed in from seven yards out only to be matched by the Pioneers' Jack De Young a few minutes later. Lindenberg would close the first quarter scoring out with a 17 yard touchdown run to make it 16-8.


Caesar Sandoval would start things off in the second quarter from 17 yards out to make it a 16-14 game. After Lindenberg scored his third touchdown of the game, De Young led the Pioneers down the field to score just before halftime to tie the game up at 22 apiece.


The two teams would trade scores in the third quarter with Lindeberg scampering in from 12 yards out and de Young finding Sandoval for a 19 yard score to make it 30-28 heading into the final frame.


The Vikings would finally break the pattern with Lindenberg finding Marshall Maltby for the five-yard touchdown pass before Braden Sitte made the play of the game, returning an interception for the score. The Pioneers would tack on one final score with 24 seconds left when Sandoval squeaked in from three yards out, but the Vikings were able to recover the onside kick to thwart the comeback attempt.




Gibraltar prepared to host Packerland Cross Country Championships

The Packerland Conference will host its first cross country championship meet in almost two years on Thursday when Gibraltar welcomes its rivals to Fish Creek.


Peshtigo and Kewaunee tied for the top spot in the boys' race despite the Bulldogs taking three of the top four spots. Peshtigo's Andrew Nelson and Logan Smith, Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen, and Gibraltar's Nico Salm are the top returner runners from that race.


Kewaunee won the girls' race outright in 2019 with 67 points. Peshtigo's Sydney Lund and Gibraltar's Betsy Lecy are top returning runners from that race. 


First race is set for 3:30 p.m.

Gibraltar volleyball faces Peshtigo

The Gibraltar volleyball team looks to build some positive momentum ahead of the WIAA tournament.


The Vikings have not won since they took two matches at the Crivitz Quad on September 23rd. They have won only two of a possible 17 sets during that time, getting swept by Southern Door and Sevastopol last week.


The Bulldogs have struggled against Oconto and Sevastopol, but they have had success against with conference teams including a win last week against NEW Lutheran.


The first serve is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol visits Appleton East after Gresham split

Gibraltar will travel to Appleton West for a match at 6 p.m. for one of their final tune-ups before the playoffs start.


The Vikineers went 1-1 on Saturday, beating Bowler/Gresham 6-1 while losing to Central Wisconsin Christian 3-1. Appleton West are in the midst of an eight-game winless streak, including a 4-2 loss to Baraboo in Waupun on Saturday. 

Lena/STAA runs past Gibraltar on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings simply could not catch up with the Lena/STAA running game as they lost their homecoming game 58-34.


The game started positively for the Vikings when Sam Lindenberg ended the team's first drive on a swing pass touchdown to Braden Sitte to get on the board first. The Titans answered immediately with Sam Marquardt taking their first offensive play to the house from 60 yards out and returning a punt 75 yards to take the lead 16-8. Marquardt would tack on another touchdown to begin the second quarter when he found Braley for a seven-yard touchdown pass to make it 22-8. Lindenberg would answer with a 33-yard touchdown pass to Sitte to get it back to within a touchdown. Logan Shallow would score the first of his four touchdowns as a response with Lindenberg only able to reach the endzone on a 26 yard carry to make it 44-22 at the break. 


Shallow would reach the endzone in the 3rd quarter on a 16-yard run, but the crowd was brought to a hush when Cooper Cole was injured on the Titans' next offensive drive. He was carried away on a stretcher but gave the crowd a thumbs-up as he was escorted off the field and to the hospital. 


The Vikings would outscore the Titans in the fourth quarter, sandwiching their fifth rushing touchdown on the day with a 44-yard flea flicker touchdown with Braden Kita finding Sitte for the touchdown and Lindenberg finding the corner from eight yards out to cap off the scoring.


The Vikings will return home as the visiting team next week when Sevastopol comes to Fish Creek. 105.1 The GOAT will carry the game beginning at 6:30 p.m. for the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.



Gibraltar's playoff hopes on the line against Lena/STAA on 105.1 The GOAT

It is "make or break" time for the Gibraltar Vikings football team as they prepare to host Lena/STAA for homecoming Friday night.


The Vikings have won two in a row since its crushing loss to Algoma at home three weeks ago. That includes last week's 51-12 win over Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran that saw Sam Lindenberg have a hand in all seven Vikings touchdowns. It is the Algoma game that looms large now however, especially after Lena/STAA beat the Wolves 32-14 last week behind four total touchdowns from Sam Marquardt and Lane Whiting. Lena/STAA is perfect on the season.


Tim Kowols and Jacob Nate will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show.


Click here for our interview with head coach Mike Peck

Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer visits Denmark

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team will head out of conference for their match on Thursday when they face Denmark.


The Vikineers have been winless in their last four matches (0-3-1) since they last won, which was against Denmark at the Wrightstown Tournament when they won 3-0. The Vikings went 2-3 immediately following that defeat, losing to Luxemburg-Casco and beating Algoma in the process.


The first kick is set for 4 p.m.

Gibraltar cross country runs at Brillion

The Gibraltar cross country team will head to Brillion for one of its final invites before the conference and state series races begin.


Kaukauna, Kimberly, Valders, Hilbert, Hortonville, Mishicot, Oostburg, Roncalli, St. Mary Catholic, Manitowoc Lincoln, and Wrightstown will also be competing when the first gun fires at 4 p.m. at Deer Run Golf Course.


Logan Mittermann, Nico Salm, Betsy Lecy and Emiliano Marvin all had at least a season record two weeks ago when it ran at Mishicot. 

Gibraltar/Sevastopol falls to Peshtigo in boys soccer

Gibraltar/ Sevastopol lost to the Peshtigo 4-1 Tuesday night in EWC/Packerland Boys Soccer.  The Vikoneers are now 2-4-2 in the conference and 4-6-2 overall.  Peshtigo improves to 4-3 in the EWC/Packerland and 8-4-1 overall.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol playing homecoming matchup against Peshtigo

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer team is looking for success during its homecoming week as they host Peshtigo on Tuesday.


The Vikineers were nipped by Algoma on Saturday 1-0. They are winless in their last three matches (0-2-1) having last won on September 18th against Denmark in the Wrightstown Tournament. The Bulldogs went 1-1-1 last week including a 3-1 win over Sheboygan Falls on September 27th.


The game is set to begin at 6:30 p.m.

Gibraltar volleyball looks for win at home against Southern Door

The Gibraltar Vikings volleyball team hopes a little homecoming magic can help them find the W column against Southern Door. 


The Vikings are mired in three-game losing streak, having last won on September 23rd when it captured two wins at a tournament. They are also looking for their first Packerland win of the season. The Eagles lost both of its matches over the weekend, falling to Sevastopol and Two Rivers.


First serve is set for 7 p.m.

Gibraltar leave Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran with win, injuries on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings jumped out to a 37-0 lead and never looked back as they avenged two spring season losses with a 51-12 win in MONLPC-8 East Football action Friday night.


Sam Lindenberg opened the game for the Vikings with a 75-yard strike to Braden Sitte just 12 seconds into the game. Lindenberg used his legs on the game's second score from three yards and find Braden Kita and Will Friedenfels through the air to give the Vikings a 30-0 lead in the opening stanza. Even Marshall Maltby got into the act when he caught a 35-yard touchdown pass to make it 37-0. The United would get on the board late when Reid Nelson found Joseph Misovec for a 20-plus yard score to make it 37-6 at the break. 


The United used the momentum to their advantage, opening the scoring in the second half with a six-yard scamper by Johnny  Ponfil to make it 37-12. Lindenberg helped the Vikings find the endzone two more times thanks to his fourth-quarter pick-six and a 15-yard touchdown pass to William Lecy. 


The Vikings did experience more than a few injuries, including a leg injury to Guiseppe Mercier who had to be helped off the field in the second half.


Gibraltar will host its homecoming festivities next Friday when they host Lena/STAA at 7 p.m. 105.1 The Goat will provide coverage of the game beginning at 6:30 p.m. for the pregame show.