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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2021-03

Storm takes on Menominee Indian on 102.1 MORE FM Thursday

The Kewaunee Storm (1-0) will travel to Menasha Thursday evening to take on the Menominee Indian Eagles in high school football action. 


The Storm is coming off a dominating 35-0 shutout of Black River Falls last Saturday in Amherst.  Menomonee Indian (0-1) lost to Arcadia 34-7 in its opener last week.  Kewaunee will look to continue a stifling defense and balanced offense to remain undefeated.  Mitchell Thompson threw for three touchdowns while Jack Severin and Anthony Jerabek paced a strong running game to lead the Storm to the win over Black River Falls. 


The pregame for Thursday’s showdown with Menominee Indian is set for 6:30 pm at Menasha High School with kick-off set for 7 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Kewaunee cross country opens the season at Colburn Park

The Kewaunee Storm cross country teams will get their first action of the season on Tuesday when they travel to Green Bay's Colburn Park to take on Green Bay East and Sturgeon Bay.


The Storm had a successful 2019 campaign with the boys team tying Peshtigo for first place and the girls winning the Packerland outright at the conference meet hosted at Gibraltar. Top possible returning runners for the boys are a pair of juniors: Cameron Cullen and Jacob Schleis. They both broke 19 minutes on the 5k course in Two Rivers. The girls possibly return their three top runners from last year: Natalie Pansier, Elena Lewis, and Elizabeth Lamack. All three broke 24 minutes in the sectional meet last year as well.


The races are expected to start at 4 p.m.

Kewaunee shutouts Black River Falls on 102.1 MORE FM

Kewaunee Storm dominated the Black River Falls Tigers 35-0 Saturday afternoon in the debut of the Spring Football season on 102.1 More FM and NEW Radio Sports Network.  The game was played at Heartland Farms Field in Amherst which offered a turf field and a central meeting point for both teams.


 Kewaunee scored on a 65-yard opening drive with a 4-yard pass from Mitchell Thompson to Jack Severin.   A 33-yard pass from Thompson to Anthony Jerabek put the Storm up 14-0 with 1:54 left in the first quarter.


After both teams traded turnovers late in the second quarter, Kewaunee took command of the game on a two-yard run by Severin with 11 seconds left in the half.  That score put the Storm up 28-0 and they never looked back. 


The second half saw the Storm score on an eight-yard pass from Thompson to Adam DeGrave and a two-yard run by Jesse Morales-Hernandez with just over three minutes left in the game.

Kewaunee’s defense dominated the Tiger's offense, who never penetrated the Storm’s red zone.


Kewaunee (1-0) will now play the Menominee Indian Eagles next Thursday night.  Pregame is set for 6:30 pm from Menasha High School with kick-off set for 7 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Kewaunee Football battles Black River Falls on 102.1 MORE FM

After a 17-month hiatus due to fall sports being moved to the spring, the Kewaunee Storm will travel to Amherst Saturday to take on the Black River Falls Tigers in high school football action.  Kewaunee of the Packerland Conference is part of a 13-team independent league this spring that includes teams from throughout the state.  The Storm will play a six-game schedule with all games played on the road.  Black River Falls plays in the Coulee Conference along with Arcadia and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau.  Kewaunee comes into the season with 35 players on the roster with four seniors.  Coach Randy Charles says the team is excited to finally get on the field against an opposing team.  The Storm last played against Chilton in a Level 2 playoff loss in 2019.  Pregame is set for 12:30 pm at Amherst High School with kick-off set for 1 pm.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Storm volleyball hosts Gibraltar

The Kewaunee Storm will be paid a visit by the Gibraltar Vikings in Packerland Conference volleyball action on Monday night.


Its 3-1 win over Gibraltar on March 9th remains the Storm's only victory of the season thus far, having dropped six consecutive sets since in conference play. The Vikings got back on track last week with wins against Southern Door (3-2) and Oneida Nation (3-1). 


The opening serve is set for 7 p.m.

Storm lose two close sets, fall to Sevastopol

Kewaunee is now 1-1 in Packerland play after being swept on Thursday night against Sevastopol. Two of the three games were decided by three or less points. The game scores were 27-25, 25-19, 25-22. The Storm will get a couple days of rest before heading to Sturgeon Bay on Monday for a meeting with the Clippers. Monday’s game is set to begin at 7:30 P.M.

Storm to host Sevastopol

On Thursday night, Kewaunee will be trying to get their second win to push their season record to an undefeated 2-0 record this season. It will be Sevastopol’s first game against an area school this season. Both teams are coming off victories that took four sets on Tuesday. Kewaunee faced Gibraltar and lost a set 30-28 but then won the other three 25-22, 25-21, and 25-20. That win put the Storm at 1-0 on the season. The Pioneers are also battle-tested. Since coming off a season-opening loss against Green Bay Preble, Sevastopol has downed both Clintonville in five sets and Winnebago Lutheran in four. First serve is scheduled for 7:00 P.M. on Thursday.

Kewaunee Volleyball downs Gibraltar

Kewaunee had four close sets in their volleyball matchup versus Gibraltar on Tuesday. They won three of those sets which was enough to put the Storm at 1-0 in the Spring campaign. Gibraltar won a set 30-28, but the other three sets were Kewaunee’s by final scores of 25-22, 25-21, and 25-20. 


The two teams will meet again on March 22nd. The Storm stay home and face Sevastopol on Thursday. That game will begin at 7:00 P.M. 


Kewaunee volleyball to face Clintonville

The Kewaunee volleyball team will play the only local game of note when they face the Clintonville Truckers at home Monday night.


Monday is the Storm's first match of the season and kicks off a busy stretch that will see them play three times, two of which take place in Kewaunee. The Truckers fell to Sevastopol its last time out in five sets.


The first serve is scheduled for 7 p.m.