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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2020-10

Season uncertainty keeps Kewaunee AD busy

The lack of sports this fall does not mean Kewaunee High School athletic school Brian Rabas has not kept busy.


The district pushed its final fall sport, football, to the alternative spring season last week. The Storm will likely play their games on the road due to worries about the field. With schools in the Green Bay and Appleton area combining to form a super conference this spring, Rabas says it could be a challenge finding opponents. 



As for winter sports, Rabas says it is a wait and see approach just like the fall.



Rabas says large wrestling tournaments are among the first winter sports events to be taken off their calendar this school year. You can listen to our entire interview with Rabas on the Konop Meats Kewaunee Sports Central podcast feed at



Kewaunee football moves to the spring

After holding out hope, there will be no Kewaunee football this fall.


Kewaunee athletic director Brian Rabas confirmed the decision by the school board to move the football season to the alternative spring season. The school's cross country, tennis, soccer, and volleyball teams had already made the switch, but there was hope earlier this month that the team could still get some games in. Since then, Kewaunee High School has seen its virtual learning extended to at least November and one of their opponents, Clintonville, also shut down sports at the school due to COVID-19 concerns.


Visit this afternoon for our latest interview with Rabas.

Kewaunee football on hold

The football team is the only sport at Kewaunee hanging on for hope this fall season. The school board approved its other fall sports like volleyball, soccer, and cross country to play in the alternative spring season, which is slated to begin near the beginning of March. Football was the lone holdout due to concerns about the weather, field conditions, and getting enough games. The Storm was hoping to get on the field next Friday against Southern Door, but an extension of their virtual learning last week ended those hopes. Earlier this year, school officials decided that if students were not 100 percent in the classroom that they would not be able to practice or compete. Athletic Director Brian Rabas notified Southern Door’s athletic director Korey Mallien that they would not be able to play on October 16th earlier this week. Rabas says there has been a lot of frustration, but also understanding.

The earliest the Storm could make it on the field would be October 23rd when they are scheduled to play Peshtigo. A game against Clintonville the following week is also in doubt because similarly, that school district has also opted not to hold practices or competitions until they are out of virtual instruction. You can hear our full interview with Rabas online at

Clintonville postpones seasons, affects local schedules

The postponement of the athletics schedule at Clintonville High School could have a ripple effect at two Kewaunee County high schools.


According to the WBAY, Clintonville School District switched to all-virtual learning on Monday and has suspended its athletic seasons for at least two weeks. Clintonville is a member of the Northeastern Conference for all sports except football where it faces Packerland opponents. One of Kewaunee's four football games this season was scheduled to be against Clintonville on October 30th, which is already a make-up from a missed matchup on September 11th. Luxemburg-Casco saw its soccer game against the Truckers called off for good when Clintonville opted to send soccer and volleyball to the alternative spring season. The district could opt to the do the same for the football team, which has only played in two games including a 44-7 loss to Southern Door in the season opener.