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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2019-04

Kewaunee easily handles Sturgeon Bay in softball

Kewaunee started off the game hot and never looked back on the road in Sturgeon Bay. The Storm put up 8 runs in the top of the first and cruised to a 12-1 victory in five innings. Elizabeth Rohr reached base and all four of her plate appearances. Claire Kohnle pitched the whole game to pick up the win.


Kewaunee will try to stay on Monday when they host Reedsville at 4:30 PM.

Kewaunee edges Sturgeon Bay thanks to big 2nd inning

Kewaunee scored 5 runs in the 2nd inning and knocked off Sturgeon Bay 6-5 on the road Friday night. The Storm added a much-needed insurance run in the top of the seventh as Sturgeon Bay also scored a run to get within one in the seventh. But that was all the Clippers could muster and Kewaunee held on for the victory.


Wyatt Kruse had 3 RBI's for Kewaunee. He also pitched the last three innings of the game. Sturgeon Bay got three hits from Max Bordeau. Jake Schneider started on the mound for the Clippers.


Kewaunee will travel to Roncalli for a non-conference game on Monday with the first pitch at 4:30 PM.


The answer to Friday's trivia question was Ethan Schleis. He led Kewaunee in RBI's in 2015 when the Storm won a conference championship and a school-record 17 games. Schleis had 26 that season.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 4-26-19

Friday's trivia question is, "When Matt Kohnle's Kewaunee baseball team won a conference championship and a school-record 17 games, who led the Storm in RBI's that season?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Saturday.

Kewaunee stumped by Heroux

The Kewaunee Storm baseball team could not solve Peshtigo's Brody Heroux in a 6-2 rain-shortened defeat Thursday. Heroux went the distance for the Bulldogs, allowing just one hit by the Storm. 

Kewaunee boys 3rd, girls 5th in Oconto Falls track meet

Both Kewaunee track teams placed in the top five in the 14-team Oconto Falls Track Invitational Thursday night. 


The boys took third place over all thanks to championship-caliber performances by shot put thrower Tanor Bortolini, 800-meter runner Max Hanrahan, and the 4 x 400-meter relay team. The girls fifth-place finish was led by all four of its relay teams placing in the top three, including its event title in the 4 x 400 meter. 


Below are the individual results for Kewaunee.



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Owen Kudick12.27aKewaunee 

100 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

6.11Owen Kudick12.28aKewaunee 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.10Collin Hlinak24.76aKewaunee 

200 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

7.10Collin Hlinak24.66aKewaunee11.11Owen Kudick25.25aKewaunee 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Charles Schultz56.52aPRKewaunee5.11Max Hanrahan56.53aKewaunee11.9Anthony Jerabek1:00.50aKewaunee 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Max Hanrahan2:07.60aKewaunee5.11Jose Diaz2:19.83aPRKewaunee8.10Dalton Sisel2:26.04aSRKewaunee 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.9Cameron Cullen5:12.56aPRKewaunee 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Cameron Cullen11:08.60aPRKewaunee 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

12Nick BaumgartnerDNSKewaunee 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Prelims x

2.12Nick Baumgartner16.00aKewaunee12.9Cole Pawlitzky21.17aPRKewaunee 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

12Nick BaumgartnerDNSKewaunee 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.William Murphy
Collin Hlinak
Alex Hlinak
Ben Heim48.70aKewaunee 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Ben Heim
Collin Hlinak
Alex Hlinak
Owen Kudick1:39.26aKewaunee 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.-Charles Schultz
Nick Baumgartner
Alex Hewett
Max Hanrahan3:42.12aKewaunee 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.Charles Schultz
Jose Diaz
Anthony Jerabek
Alex Hlinak9:29.75aKewaunee 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Tannor Bortolini48-09.75PRKewaunee5.12Elliot VanGoethem43-09.50Kewaunee12.12Brock Kleiman38-11.00Kewaunee 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

6.12Elliot VanGoethem126-03Kewaunee7.12Jon Odill117-08PRKewaunee15.11Tannor Bortolini108-05Kewaunee 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

7.12Alex Hewett5-00.00Kewaunee 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

12Nick BaumgartnerSCRKewaunee 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Owen Kudick18-02.50Kewaunee8.12Alex Hewett17-10.25Kewaunee9Ben HeimSCRKewaunee 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Alex Hewett39-11.00SRKewaunee6.10Collin Hlinak39-03.00PRKewaunee7.9Ben Heim38-02.50PRKewaunee 



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6. 10 Lizzy O'Dill   13.92a Kewaunee

100 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

5. 10 Lizzy O'Dill   13.98a Kewaunee
13. 9 Lizzy Kudick   14.81aPR Kewaunee

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5. 9 Natalie Pansier   28.88aPR Kewaunee
9. 10 Lizzy O'Dill   30.88a Kewaunee

200 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

5. 9 Natalie Pansier   29.05a Kewaunee
8. 10 Lizzy O'Dill   29.89a Kewaunee

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4. 9 Ashlyn Pribek   1:07.51aPR Kewaunee

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2. 10 Kaaryn Smidel   2:37.91aPR Kewaunee
3. 10 Elena Lewis   2:40.36aSR Kewaunee

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2. 10 Elizabeth Lamack   5:51.95aPR Kewaunee
3. 10 Elena Lewis   5:56.61aPR Kewaunee

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2. 10 Elizabeth Lamack   13:31.93a Kewaunee
4. 12 Kassidy Smidel   13:53.28aPR Kewaunee

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Prelims x

11. 9 Lexy Kinjerski   20.69a Kewaunee
16. 9 Lauren Hager   23.98aPR Kewaunee
17. 9 Grace Wisnicky   25.08a Kewaunee

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

10. 9 Lexy Kinjerski   58.11aPR Kewaunee
  9 Grace Wisnicky   DNS Kewaunee

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.   Megan Siebold
Lizzy Kudick
Sahara Gardner
Kelli Barta
  58.15a Kewaunee

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.   Kaaryn Smidel
Lizzy O'Dill
Natalie Pansier
Sara Dax
  1:55.99a Kewaunee

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.   Kaaryn Smidel
Natalie Pansier
Ashlyn Pribek
Megan Siebold
  4:31.70a Kewaunee

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.   Ashlyn Pribek
Ashley Hershfield
Regina Augustian
Tereza Zejdova
  11:37.52a Kewaunee

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

3. 12 Sara Dax   32-03.50 Kewaunee
16. 9 Lisa Reinke   27-10.50 Kewaunee

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

10. 12 Sara Dax   83-07 Kewaunee
15. 9 Lisa Reinke   77-07 Kewaunee
21. 11 Sahara Gardner   69-01 Kewaunee

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

9. 10 Elizabeth Lamack   4-04.00 Kewaunee
10. 9 Grace Wisnicky   4-02.00 Kewaunee

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

  11 Kelli Barta   NH Kewaunee
  11 Megan Siebold   NH Kewaunee

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

8. 10 Lizzy O'Dill   13-01.00 Kewaunee

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

12. 10 Ashley Hershfield   25-07.50 Kewaunee
15. 10 Regina Augustian   24-05.25 Kewaunee



Brann, Rohr powers Kewaunee past Peshtigo

Taylor Schleis, Cierra Brann,  and Elizabeth Rohr did the heavy lifting for Kewaunee as they beat Peshtigo 9-3 in Packerland softball action. Schleis was 3-for-3 at the plate while Brann and Rohr drove in a combined seven of the team's nine runs. It turned out to be efficient night for the offense as they were able to score their nine runs on just six hits. Hailey Gaedtke took the win for the Storm, allowing three runs over five innings.  

Kewaunee's track and field teams dominate at Peshtigo

Both the girls and boys track and field teams for Kewaunee finished with the most points in a Packerland Conference track and field meet in Peshtigo on Tuesday. The boys picked up 161 points while the girls notched 141.


Max Hanrahan won the 1600M (4:53.53a). Cameron Cullen picked up first in the 3200M (11:21.71a) which was his personal best time. The 4x100 Relay Team of William Murphy, Collin Hlinak, Alex Hlinak and Owen Kudick took home first (48.97a). The 4x200 Relay Team of Ben Helm, Hlinak, Hlinak and Kudick also won (1:38.36a). Tannor Bortolini took first in the Shot Put ( 47-01.00). Nick Bumgartner won the Pole Vault (12-06.00) and Alex Hewitt took home the Triple Jump (37-06.50).


Lizzy O'Dill was the fastest in the 100M Dash (13.74a). Elizabeth Lamack won the 800M (2:44.41a) and 1600M (5:52.97a). Kassidy Smidel took home the 3200M (13:58.31a). The 4x200 Relay Team of Kaaryn Smidel, Natalie Pansier, Sara Dax and Lizzy O'Dill won (1:57.29a). The 4x400 Relay Team of Smidel, Megan Siebold, Ashlyn Pribek and Pansier also won (4:37.52a). Finally, the 4x800 Relay Team of Pribek, Regina Augustian, Ashley Hershfield and Kassidy Smidel took home first. Grace Wisnicky got a personal best in the High Jump to win that event (4-04.00). 

Kewaunee loses thriller to Bonduel

Kewaunee and Bonduel played a thrilling extra-inning game on Tuesday. The Storm went on the road in the non-conference matchup and couldn't quite pull out a victory. Kewaunee led the game going to the bottom of the seventh inning but a bases-loaded walk tied the game. The lead was Kewaunee's again in the top of the eighth and took a 9-8 lead going to the bottom of the inning. Bonduel started their half of the inning with three straight singles, then a walk and finally an infield hit by Noah Beilfuss drove home the winning run off of Daniel Stangel.


Stangel was the hitting star of the game for Kewaunee racking up three hits. McCoy Walechka and Cain Hall each had two hits.


Kewaunee gets back into conference play on Thursday when they host Peshtigo at 5 PM.

Kruse, Storm come up short against Gibraltar

Wyatt Kruse pitched great, but Gibraltar's Trevor Reinhardt just pitched a little bit better in Kewaunee's 3-1 loss Monday.


Both pitchers went for complete games while scattering seven hits and striking out six. It was Reinhardt's two RBI hit that provided the final difference in the game. Daniel Stangel provided the offense for the Storm, driving in its lone run. Cain Hill added two hits of his own in the loss.


After playing in Fish Creek Monday, the Storm find themselves back on the road Tuesday with a game in Bonduel.

Kewaunee track and field off to a great start

The boys and girls Kewaunee track and field teams have started the 2019 season very well. The team has been picking victories early on and could be on their way to a conference championship. No one, at least not yet, has broken the record for being the fastest to ever run at Kewaunee. That record belongs to Robert Kuehl who ran the 100 Meter Dash in 10.9 seconds back in 1999. Robert Kuehl was the answer to Friday's trivia question.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 4-19-19

Friday's trivia question is, "Who is the fastest to ever run for Kewaunee? He ran the 100M Dash in 10.9 seconds in 1999."


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Saturday.

Kewaunee boys track win Packerland Relays

The Kewaunee boys track team won the Packerland Relays meet Thursday in Oconto behind six first place performances. You can see Coach Joe Kassner's recap below with more results coming out later today. 



Wild pitches doom Storm baseball in loss

Kewaunee's Danny Stengel would only want two pitches back in their 3-2 loss to Southern Door in Thursday baseball action. Stengel went 6 2/3 innings, striking out eight and walking four. Two out of the three runs scored by the Eagles, however, scored on wild pitches. One occurred after the Storm scored two unearned runs in the top half of the fifth and the other proved to be the game-winner for the Eagles as Devin Schinkten crossed the plate. Wyatt Kruse registered two hits for the Storm in the defeat. 

Storm softball left with no answers against Eagles

Kewaunee Storm softball players were left flummoxed about what to do with Southern Door's Lexi Wery and Grace LeGrave. The two Eagles combined for seven innings of three-run baseball while combining for a pair of RBI and four hits in the 8-3 loss for the Storm. 


Cierra Brann and Claire Kohnle provided the offense for the Storm, each getting two hits, with Kohnle also getting an RBI. Hailey Gaedtke took the loss on the mound for the storm. 

Kewaunee dominates as hosts in track and field

In a conference event that they hosted, Kewaunee dominated and won in both girls and boys. The boys picked up 136 points and the girls got 119.


The two big stars for the boys were Max Hanrahan and Tannor Bortolini. Hanrahan won the 400M run (56.060a) and came in second in the 800M (2:07.479a). Bortolini won the Shotput (44'11.00) and Discus (126'05.00) events. Kewaunee's relay teams won the 4x100 (48.295a), 4x200 (1:39.167a) and 4x400 (3:42.319a).


The Kewaunee girls dominated the running events. Lizzy O'Dill won the 100M (13.781a), Kaaryn Smidel (2:44.553a) and Elena Lewis (2:46.764a) finished 1-2 in the 800M. Elizabeth Lamack won both the 1600M (6:00.540a) and 3200M (13:29.133a). The Relay Team won the 4x400 (4:41.409a). Sara Dax finished first in the Shot Put (34'01.00) and second in the Discus (92'07.00). 

Kewaunee baseball wins in rivalry game

Kewaunee knocked off Algoma 10-0 in six innings on Tuesday. Wyatt Kruse didn't allow a hit and pitched all six innings for the Storm. Kruse also had 2 hits and 4 RBI's at the plate. Dan Stangel scored 3 runs and Cain Hall drove in two.

Storm softball tops Vikings

The Kewaunee Storm scored a big home win in Packerland Conference action Monday evening, defeating Gibraltar 8-5. The Storm's Claire Kohnle did it all as she pitched a complete game and went 3-4 at the plate. Elizabeth Rohr had a good day at the plate as well for the Storm, going a perfect 4-4. The Storm will have a shorter road trip Tuesday when they travel to face county rival Algoma. 

Morgan Boltz great day at the plate

Morgan Boltz's great day at the plate for Kewaunee in 2000 is helping him win free meals 19 years later. Boltz is the winner in Friday's high school sports trivia contest question of the day. The question was, "Morgan Boltz broke the Kewaunee baseball school record for RBI's in a single game in 2000. How many did he have in that game?" Morgan answered 7 which is the correct answer. He is the winner of a $25 certificate to The Grove. Congrats Morgan!

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 4-12-19

Friday's trivia question is, "Morgan Boltz broke the Kewaunee baseball school record for RBI's in a single game in 2000. How many did he have in that game?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a $25 certificate to The Grove in Kewaunee.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Saturday.

Maddy Spranger makes 13 saves in Storm loss

Kewaunee goalkeeper Maddy Spranger did all she could to stop the Denmark offensive attack on Tuesday. She made 13 saves for the Storm in their 8-0 loss to the Irish. Kewaunee will host Green Bay East on Thursday at 4:30 PM.

Stangel gets two hits in Storm loss

The Kewaunee Storm was unable to get the .500 mark Monday, losing 7-3 to Oconto. Daniel Stangel led the way for the Storm offensively, collecting a pair of hits. Bennett Frazer, Andrew Ramage, and Trevor Bowman created most of the offense for the Blue Devils, driving in five of their seven runs. Time will tell when the Storm plays next with snow potentially hitting the area on Thursday. 



Sorweide, Blue Devils blow past Storm

Oconto's Maggie Sohrweide was a one-girl wrecking crew as the Kewaunee Storm lost to the Blue Devils 13-3 in Packerland softball action.


Sorweide drove in five runs on three hits including a home run in the Blue Devils victory. Mykenzi Uhlers provided much of the offense for Kewaunee, going 2-for-2 with a RBI.  Uhlers also got help on offense from Alaina Ledvina and Taylor Schlies who also added single tallies for the Storm in the defeat. 

Storm look to get above .500 on baseball season

The Kewaunee Storm baseball team hopes they can even their record when they head to Oconto this afternoon. 


After beginning the season 0-2, the Storm got into the win column last week in a big way with a 11-1 victory over Peshtigo. The boost of confidence comes at a good time for the Storm, which faces four teams over the next week in similar straits with records below .500.


First pitch from Oconto is 5 p.m.

Kewaunee track and field trying to repeat success of mid 2010's

Both the Kewaunee boys and girls track and field teams are off to strong starts in the 2019 season. If they can repeat their success from the 2014 and 2015 seasons that would be a great feat for the school. In those years both the boys and girls track and field teams won conference championships. The boys team won three straight between 2013 and 2015. The Storm girls took home four straight starting in 2014 and ending in 2017.


Friday's trivia question asked how many times this decade had both the boys and girls track and field teams won conference titles in the same season. The answer was twice, in 2014 and 2015.

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the day - 4-5-19

Friday's trivia question is, "How many times this decade have the Kewaunee girls and boys track teams won conference championships in the same season?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a prize.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Saturday.

Kewaunee blows through Peshtigo

The Kewaunee Storm batted around in two innings to secure the 11-1 victory over Peshtigo Thursday in Packerland Baseball action.


The Storm scored four runs in the second and added another five in the sixth to put the game on cruise control for the Storm. Daniel Stangel picked up the victory, only limiting the Bulldogs to just one run on two hits. 

Kewaunee boys track win Denmark invite, girls take fifth

The Kewaunee boys' track team completed a successful afternoon Thursday with a championship at the Denmark Cold Viking Invite. The Storm scored 159.5 points in the eight-team invitational in Denmark. Max Hanrahan (800m), Nick Baumgartner (300m hurdles and pole vault), the 4 x 400 relay, Tanor Bortolini (shot put), and Elliot Van Goethem (Discus) all captured titles.  The girls' team took 5th in the meet, led by top four finishes by Sara Dax (shot and discus), 4 x 800 relay, Elizabeth Lamach (1600m and 3200 m run), and Ashlyn Pribek ( 400m and 800m run). You can find the full results below.



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals

9.11Owen Kudick12.32aSRKewaunee

24.12Allan Hager13.01aSRKewaunee

30.11Logan Kubetz13.28aSRKewaunee

31.12Benedict Luy13.40aPRKewaunee


200 Meters  Varsity - Finals

3.11Owen Kudick24.60aPRKewaunee

5.9Ben Heim24.96aPRKewaunee

14.12Allan Hager26.44aSRKewaunee

15.11Logan Kubetz26.46aPRKewaunee

21.12Benedict Luy27.20aPRKewaunee

37.12Tom Lyu30.12aPRKewaunee


400 Meters  Varsity - Finals

2.11Max Hanrahan55.86aSRKewaunee

3.12Charles Schultz57.22aSRKewaunee

9.11Logan Kubetz1:00.02aPRKewaunee

11.9Anthony Jerabek1:00.63aPRKewaunee

15.9Ben Dorner1:03.36aPRKewaunee

22.12Tom Lyu1:10.08aPRKewaunee


800 Meters  Varsity - Finals

1.11Max Hanrahan2:06.39aSRKewaunee

13.10Dalton Sisel2:28.88aSRKewaunee

14.11Jose Diaz2:28.98aPRKewaunee

16.9Ben Dorner2:37.86aPRKewaunee


1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals

5.9Cameron Cullen5:22.49aPRKewaunee

11.10Dalton Sisel5:38.73aPRKewaunee

16.9Jacob Schleis5:51.59aPRKewaunee

18.12Dorian Kratochvil6:07.46aKewaunee


3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals

5.9Cameron Cullen11:31.98aPRKewaunee

10.9Cole Pawlitzky13:31.81aKewaunee


110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals

2.12Nick Baumgartner16.28aSRKewaunee

13.9Cole Pawlitzky28.89aKewaunee


300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals

1.12Nick Baumgartner43.46aSRKewaunee

12.9Cole Pawlitzky57.03aKewaunee


4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals

3.William Murphy
Collin Hlinak
Alex Hlinak
Allan Hager48.58aKewaunee


4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals

2.Ben Heim
Collin Hlinak
Alex Hlinak
Owen Kudick1:40.31aKewaunee


4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals

1.-Charles Schultz
Nick Baumgartner
Alex Hewett
Max Hanrahan3:42.75aKewaunee


4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals

6.Charles Schultz
Anthony Jerabek
William Murphy
Cameron Cullen9:46.72aKewaunee


Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals

1.11Tannor Bortolini48-08.00PRKewaunee

6.12Elliot VanGoethem42-05.00PRKewaunee

9.12Brock Kleiman40-02.00PRKewaunee

11.12Jon Odill39-06.75PRKewaunee

25.12Dorian Kratochvil29-04.25Kewaunee

31.11Logan Kubetz27-08.50PRKewaunee


Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals

1.12Elliot VanGoethem130-09SRKewaunee

6.12Brock Kleiman111-00PRKewaunee

9.11Tannor Bortolini103-09Kewaunee

26.12Dorian Kratochvil74-07PRKewaunee

12Jon OdillSCRKewaunee


High Jump  Varsity - Finals

3.12Alex Hewett5-04.00SRKewaunee

7.11Max Hanrahan5-00.00Kewaunee

9William MurphyNHKewaunee

9Anthony JerabekNHKewaunee


Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals

1.12Nick Baumgartner14-00.00PRKewaunee


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals

4.9Ben Heim18-02.00Kewaunee

5.11Owen Kudick18-01.00Kewaunee

7.12Alex Hewett17-04.50Kewaunee

8.10Collin Hlinak16-11.00Kewaunee

17.12Alex Hlinak15-00.50PRKewaunee


Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals

2.12Alex Hewett39-09.00SRKewaunee

4.9Ben Heim37-04.00PRKewaunee

5.10Collin Hlinak37-02.25PRKewaunee

9.12Alex Hlinak32-07.00Kewaunee



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals

12.11Kelli Barta15.15aSRKewaunee32.10Shawna Shaw17.09aSRKewaunee 


200 Meters  Varsity - Finals

12.11Kelli Barta31.76aSRKewaunee21.10Shawna Shaw36.29aSRKewaunee24.9Grace Wessel39.64aPRKewaunee11Sahara GardnerSCRKewaunee 


400 Meters  Varsity - Finals

4.9Ashlyn Pribek1:09.36aPRKewaunee9.11Kelli Barta1:13.59aPRKewaunee15.9Grace Wessel1:24.64aPRKewaunee10Shawna ShawDNSKewaunee 


800 Meters  Varsity - Finals

2.9Ashlyn Pribek2:52.23aPRKewaunee8.10Regina Augustian3:01.45aSRKewaunee9.10Ashley Hershfield3:02.28aPRKewaunee 


1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals

4.10Elizabeth Lamack6:00.94aPRKewaunee5.10Elena Lewis6:10.42aSRKewaunee 


3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals

4.10Elizabeth Lamack13:03.02aPRKewaunee7.12Kassidy Smidel13:57.43aPRKewaunee 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals

9.9Lexy Kinjerski20.69aPRKewaunee11.9Grace Wisnicky22.66aKewaunee 


300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals

7.9Lexy Kinjerski1:02.04aPRKewaunee8.9Grace Wisnicky1:05.18aPRKewaunee 


4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals

6.Lauren Hager
Sahara Gardner
Tereza Zejdova
Elena Lewis1:02.15aKewaunee 


4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals

Natalie Pansier
Lauren Hager
Shawna Shaw
Lizzy KudickDQKewaunee 


4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals

3.Kaaryn Smidel
Megan Siebold
Lexy Kinjerski
Lauren Hager4:48.40aKewaunee 


4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals

4.Kassidy Smidel
Regina Augustian
Natalie Pansier
Ashley Hershfield11:47.63aKewaunee 


Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals

2.12Sara Dax32-10.00PRKewaunee3.9Lisa Reinke32-08.50PRKewaunee16.11Amber Bowman24-02.50Kewaunee28.10Morgan Hrvnick18-02.50Kewaunee11Sahara GardnerSCRKewaunee10Zowie DellmannSCRKewaunee 


Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals

3.12Sara Dax91-09PRKewaunee6.11Sahara Gardner81-04PRKewaunee11.9Lisa Reinke71-11.75Kewaunee17.11Amber Bowman66-04Kewaunee25.10Morgan Hrvnick44-05PRKewaunee 


High Jump  Varsity - Finals

8.9Grace Wisnicky4-00.00Kewaunee 


Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals

11Kelli BartaNHKewaunee 


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals

12.10Ashley Hershfield11-10.25PRKewaunee9Lizzy KudickSCRKewaunee 


Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals

7.10Regina Augustian25-05.50SRKewaunee11.10Ashley Hershfield24-10.00PRKewaunee 

Kewaunee sports busy Thursday

Kewaunee's spring sports teams are traveling all over northeastern Wisconsin on Thursday. The boys and girls track and field teams, baseball, softball and girls soccer teams all play on the road. 


The track teams head to Denmark High School for the Denmark Cold Vike Invite. Field events start at 4 PM and track at 4:30.


Storm baseball has a conference matchup at Peshtigo in a makeup game from March 30th. The first pitch will be thrown at 5 PM.


Kewaunee softball heads to Chilton for a 4:30 PM start. That is a makeup game from March 26th.


The girls soccer team travels to Green Bay East. That match starts at 4:30 PM.

Kewaunee softball wins opener

In the opener for both Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay, the Storm came out on top 14-4 on their home field. Claire Kohnle and Cierra Brann were the offensive stars for Kewaunee with two hits apiece. Hailey Gaedtke got the win throwing five innings and striking out seven. 


Sturgeon Bay will host Oconto on Friday while Kewaunee travels to Chilton Thursday.

Kewaunee baseball loses conference opener

Kewaunee baseball dropped their first conference game of the year 17-0 to Sturgeon Bay at home. It was competitive after four innings as Sturgeon Bay had just a 4-0 lead. The Clippers would score 4 in the fifth and 9 in sixth to take out the Storm. 


Kewaunee will get another chance at a victory on Thursday when they travel to Peshtigo for an 11 AM start.