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Gibraltar High School Archives for 2021-12

Vikings not enough against Tigers

The Gibraltar girls basketball team finished up tournament play going up against tournament host the Gillett Tigers. 


The Vikings lost by a score of 53-32. Colleen Carlisle led the Vikings in scoring putting up 13 points, and Mikala Gorham added 8. 


The Vikings will next be in action on Monday January 3rd as they host Sevastopol. 


Tip is set for 7:30 PM from Gibraltar High School.

Vikings look to tame Tigers

The Gibraltar girls basketball team will be back in action at the Gillett tournament on Thursday December 30th. This time they will be facing off with the tournament host Gillett Tigers. 


Gibraltar has gotten scoring contributions from a variety of players so far this season. The Vikings currently have seven players who are averaging points per game. The top two scorers for the Vikings this year have been Andie Schar who is averaging 8 points per game, and Colleen Carlisle who is averaging 7 points per game. Carlisle is also leading the team in rebounds per game with six. 


As for the Tigers, they are hoping to avoid losing their third straight game after losing to Oconto their last time out. Gillett has two players who are averaging double digit points per game. Carleigh Kaczmarek is leading the team averaging 11 points per game, and Alaina Herzog is averaging 10 points per game. 


Tip is set for 12:30 PM from Gillett High School.

Vikings fall to Indians

The Gibraltar girls basketball team faced Weyauwega-Fremont in tournament play from Gillett on Wednesday December 29th. 


Gibraltar lost the matchup to the Indians by a score of 51-30. The loss makes 7 straight losses for the Vikings on the season. Betsy Lecy led Gibraltar with 9 points. The Vikings will have another chance to pick up that first win as they will play Gillett on Thursday December 30th. 


Tip is set for 12:30 PM from Gillett High School.

Vikings look to pick up first win vs. Indians

The Gibraltar girls basketball team will be heading to Gillett to face off with the Weyauwega-Fremont Indians in tournament play on Wednesday December 29th. 


The Vikings have struggled to pick up their first win this season, losing their first six games in a row. In order to turn things around, the Vikings will look to Andie Schar and Colleen Carlisle who are leading the team in scoring averaging 8 points per game and 7 points per game respectively. 


As for the Indians, they come in on a 5 game losing streak and are hoping to end that with a win over the Vikings. The Indians are led by Olivia Witkowski and Madison Hansen who are both averaging 7 points per contest. 


Tip is set for 12:30 pm in Gillett.

Viking girls fall to Two Rivers

In girls’ non-conference high school basketball play Tuesday night, the Gibraltar Vikings fell to the Two Rivers Purple Raiders 57-31 at home.  Two Rivers took control of the game early and held a comfortable 36-15 into intermission and never looked back.  The Purple Raiders got 23 points from Mackenzie Graff while the Vikings were led by Colleen Carlisle with 12 points.  Gibraltar will now play in a holiday tournament in Gillet next Wednesday and Thursday before returning to Packerland Conference play when they host Sevastopol on January 3.  

Vikings girls host Two Rivers

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team will host non-conference opponent Two Rivers before its holiday break.


The Vikings are still in search of their first victory of the season as they have dropped their first five games. They were limited to just four second-half points in their 79-21 loss to Oconto last Tuesday. The Raiders are 6-4 on the season after outscoring Sheboygan Falls 27-8 in the second half to win 44-35 last Friday.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m. 

Vikings ground Blue Bombers

The Gibraltar Vikings bounced back with a 82-74 win over the Kohler Blue Bombers in nonconference high school basketball on Saturday afternoon.  The Vikings (4-4) evened their record while the Blue Bombers of the Big East- South Conference (3-4) dropped below .500.  Giblartar will now have a break over the holidays and will return to action on January 4th when they host Peshtigo. 

Gibraltar boys host Kohler in Saturday matinee

The Gibraltar Vikings look to get back into the win column when they host Kohler Saturday afternoon in Fish Creek. 


The Vikings have dropped four of their last five, with three of those losses by margins of seven points or less. Sam Lindenberg led Gibraltar with 26 points. Jake Schar scored 13 points and Trevor Ash chipped in eight points in their 68-65 loss to Oconto on Thursday. Kohler saw their season record knotted up at 3-3 after its 72-63 loss to Ozaukee.


Tip is set for 2:30 p.m.

Viking boys suffer another close conference loss at Oconto

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team suffered its third Packerland loss by single digits on Thursday, falling to Oconto 68-65.


Sam Lindenberg led Gibraltar with 26 points. Jake Schar scored 13 points and Trevor Ash chipped in eight points in the loss. The Blue Devils got a pair of 20-point performances from Carter Koch and Kaden Baxter to help them hold on to a slim three-point halftime lead.


The Vikings are back in action on Saturday against Kohler.

Gibraltar boys looks to build against Oconto

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team hopes to continue the momentum they built earlier this week when they travel to face Oconto.


Sam Lindenberg hit six three-pointers and was a perfect nine-for-nine from the charity stripe en route to a 32 point night as the Vikings beat Mishicot 69-47. The Vikings are still looking for their first conference win as they head to Packerland leading Oconto. The Blue Devils had four players reach double figures as they nipped Algoma 61-59 in their last game.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.



Gibraltar girls fall to Oconto

The Oconto Blue Devils proved to be too much for the Gibraltar Vikings Tuesday night, as the visiting Blue Devils dominated from start to finish against the Viking girls in Packerland Conference basketball.  Oconto seized control early and took a 43-17 lead into halftime and followed that up with a 36-4 run to finish the game.  Leah Allan led the Blue Devils with 19 points in the win, as the Oconto Blue Devils hit an impressive 15/22 free throws for the night. 

Vikings cruise to win in Mishicot

The Gibraltar Viking boys came up with a big 69-47 win over the Mishicot Indians Tuesday night in Mishicot.  Sam Lindenberg had a monster game with 32 points including six three-pointers.  The Vikings took control early and went into halftime with a comfortable 33-20 lead.  Pulling away in the second half, the Vikings outscored the Indians 36-27 after halftime.  Lindenberg got help from Victor Jauregui who chipped in 11 points for the Vikings.  

Vikings girls to show fight against Oconto

The Gibraltar Vikings' girls basketball team will face on of the conference's best teams when it hosts Oconto on Tuesday night.


The Vikings are still looking for their first win of the season after losing to NEW Lutheran 54-39. The Vikings bounced back nicely in that contest, narrowly outscoring the Blazers 23-22 in the second half. The Blue Devils are playing their second game in as many nights, blowing past Green Bay East on Monday 74-29.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Viking boys look to get back in win column

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team hopes to find its winning ways in Mishicot Tuesday night.


The Vikings are amidst a three-game losing streak where they have either led or were tied at halftime in all three of them. That includes Saturday's heartbreaker against NEW Lutheran 64-62 after leading by 10 at the break. The Vikings could be without their second-leading scorer after Will Friedenfels got injured in their loss against NEW Lutheran. The Indians are 1-4 on the season after losing their last game to Manitowoc Lutheran last Thursday 73-62.


Tip is set for 7:15 p.m.

Vikings girls visits NEW Lutheran

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team looks for their first win of the season Thursday night when they head to Green Bay for a showdown against NEW Lutheran.


The Vikings came to life in its last game, scoring 27 points in the second half of its 50-40 loss to Crivitz on Tuesday. The team has only averaged 26 points a game this season, led by Andie Schar's nine points per game. The Blazers let up a big half of its own in its 45-37 loss to Algoma earlier this week.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Gibraltar girls fall to Crivitz

The Gibraltar Viking girls fell to the Crivitz Wolverines 50-40 in Fish Creek.  The Wolverines took a commanding 29-13 lead into halftime and held off the Vikings in the second half to claim the victory.  Colleen Carlisle led the Vikings with 11 points, while Mikala Gorham added 10 and Andie Schar chipped in nine.  Crivitz wa led by Cilena Guns with 15 points.  

Vikings boys sail to Kewaunee

The Gibraltar Vikings boys' basketball team is looking to get back into the win column Tuesday when they travel to Kewaunee Tuesday night.


The Vikings suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday when they lost to Wabeno/Laona 75-68 in overtime in Fish Creek. The twin towers of Trevor Ash and Will Friedenfels are each averaging 10 points per game, complementing the 18 points a game the Vikings are receiving from Sam Lindenberg. The Storm enter the contest with a 1-2 record after beating Algoma last week 78-60. Cameron Cullen has been averaging over 20 points a contest.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Vikings girls look for positives against Crivitz

The Gibraltar Vikings girls' basketball team is hoping to take away some positives from the early going of the season when they host Crivitz Tuesday night.


The young Vikings team is averaging 19 points a game as it has face tough tests from Hilbert and Kewaunee to open the season. Andie Schar has been their leading scorer so far, averaging nine points a game. The Wolverines beat Lena 49-32 in its last game.


Opening tip is set for 7:30 p.m. in Fish Creek. 

Vikings boys look to continue hot start

The Gibraltar boys' basketball team looks to continue their hot start to the season Saturday afternoon when they are paid a visit by Wabeno-Laona.


The Vikings have already secured two blow-out victories over Palmyra-Eagle and Hilbert this season thanks to standout performances by senior newcomer Trevor Ash and fellow senior Sam Lindenberg. Wabeno-Laona is 3-2 on the season, beating Three Lakes 62-41 in its last game on Thursday.


Tip is set for 2:30 p.m.

Viking girls prepare for tough test vs. Kewaunee

A young Gibraltar girls' basketball team is preparing for one of its toughest tests of the young season when it hosts Kewaunee Friday night.


Andie Schar scored nine points in its 58-18 loss to Hilbert on November 19th. The offense struggled to get going in the second half of that game, getting outscored 33-5. The Storm upped its competition earlier this week, losing to Wrightstown 49-39. Mykenzi Uhlers led the Storm with 15 points in the loss. 


Tip is 7:30 p.m.