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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2020-11

Kewaunee girls' basketball season put on hold

The Kewaunee girls' basketball team will have to wait a little longer to get their regular season underway.


According to Kewaunee Athletic Director Brian Rabas, COVID-19 has sent the girls' basketball team into quarantine until at least December 9th before they could practice again. After they get their WIAA-mandated five practices in after quarantine, the Storm can play once again. That puts their first post-quarantine game on December 14th against Menasha. 


Its season opener against Sturgeon Bay on December 1st has already been rescheduled for January 28th. Other games against Algoma, Oconto, and Gibraltar have been postponed and not rescheduled as of Monday morning. 


Rabas says the quarantine does not affect the wrestling or boys' basketball seasons, which will be among the school's first competitions since March.

Kewaunee gives peek at 2020 wrestling season

A peek at what the 2020-2021 season may look like for wrestling teams was given by the Kewaunee Storm on Sunday.


Notably absent from this year's schedule will be multi-team tournaments that dotted the schedule for most of the season beginning in early December. Teams will only be allowed one single-team dual a week and wrestlers will only be allowed one match a night unless it is for an exhibition. Wrestlers will also have to be masked while competing in front of spectatorless crowds. The post goes onto say that certain regulations could be lifted if conditions change and the plan is to still have a postseason tournament at the end of the year. 


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Severin to join Wisconsin wrestling as a preferred walk-on

Kewaunee senior Jack Severin will see his wrestling career continue after high school.


Storm Athletic Director Brian Rabas announced Tuesday that Severin will commit to the Wisconsin Badgers wrestling team as a preferred walk-on. He will sign his letter of intent in a ceremony inside the Kewaunee High School gymnasium at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.


Severin is no stranger to Madison, securing the first state championship for Kewaunee in over a decade with a 6-3 victory over Wrightstown's Kaiden Koltz at 126 pounds in Division 2 last year. It was Severin's third time reaching the podium in Madison as a state finalist.