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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2021-04

Kewaunee Football tangles with Lodi Saturday on 102.1 MORE FM

The Kewaunee Storm will travel to Lodi on Saturday afternoon to battle the undefeated Blue Devils in the finale of spring high school football.  The Storm (2-3) is coming off a 55-6 loss to Menasha last Friday.  Lodi (5-0) defeated Columbus 17-14 last week and have outscored their opponents 148 to 43.  Kewaunee looks to break a three-game losing streak after starting out with two victories.   Saturday's game broadcast will begin at 12:30 pm for the pregame show from Lodi High School with kick-off set for 1 pm.  Tanner Bickford and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Kewaunee girls capture first track win

The Kewaunee Track and Field teams got off the blocks quickly for the 2021 season at their own meet on Tuesday.


The girls' team won their half of meet, scoring 99 points on the afternoon. That was 30 more points than second-place Sturgeon Bay. Registering event victories for the Storm were Lizzy O'Dill in the 100M, Natalie Pansier in the 400M, Elena Lewis in the 800M, Kaaryn Smidel in the 300M Hurdles, all four relay races, and Lisa Reinke in the shotput.


The boys' team found themselves looking up at Peshtigo (100 pts) and Southern Door (74 pts) in third place with 69 points. Capturing meet wins include Christopher Cullen in the 400M, Cole Pawlitzky in the 110M hurdles, Maddix Mueller in the triple jump, the 4X400M relay, and the 4X800M relay. 


Full Results are listed below (Place, Year in School, Name, Time/Distance,Personal Record (PR) or Season Record (SR), School):



100 Meters  Varsity - x

7.9Isaac Benz13.332aPRKewaunee

9.10Brian Wiest13.589aPRKewaunee

11.10Jesse Morales-Hernandez13.711aPRKewaunee

16.11Landen Hemming-Kuehl14.521aPRKewaunee 


200 Meters  Varsity - x

5.9Christopher Cullen26.628aPRKewaunee

6.9Isaac Benz28.020aPRKewaunee

7.10Brian Wiest28.203aPRKewaunee

9.10Jesse Morales-Hernandez28.584aPRKewaunee 


400 Meters  Varsity - x

1.9Christopher Cullen1:00.166aPRKewaunee

4.10Mitch Swagel1:04.732aPRKewaunee 


800 Meters  Varsity - x

5.10Matt Wery2:45.571aPRKewaunee 


1600 Meters  Varsity - x

4.11Jacob Schleis5:48.127aSRKewaunee

5.9James Joski5:50.261aPRKewaunee 


3200 Meters  Varsity - x

2.11Cameron Cullen10:28.219aPRKewaunee 


110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - x

1.11Cole Pawlitzky18.655aPRKewaunee 


300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - x

2.11Cole Pawlitzky50.082aPRKewaunee

5.11Jacob Schleis53.156aPRKewaunee

6.10Isaac Schlies53.379aPRKewaunee 


4x100 Relay  Varsity - x

3.Relay Team52.601aKewaunee 


4x200 Relay  Varsity - x

2.Relay Team1:52.601aKewaunee 


4x400 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team4:15.860aKewaunee 


4x800 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team10:18.881aKewaunee 


Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - x

4.9Kemper Robinson34'00.50PRKewaunee

11.11Mitch Kinjerski29'00.00PRKewaunee

13.9Matthew Boeder27'11.50PRKewaunee

14.11Aidan Degrave27'04.00PRKewaunee

15.11Landen Hemming-Kuehl25'06.25PRKewaunee

17.10Jack Paulsen22'03.50PRKewaunee 


Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - x

3.11Aidan Degrave98'08.50PRKewaunee

10.9Matthew Boeder75'09.00PRKewaunee

2.9Kemper Robinson70'10.00PRKewaunee

13.11Jacob Schleis69'04.00PRKewaunee

14.10Jack Paulsen57'08.25PRKewaunee

15.11Mitch Kinjerski55'04.00PRKewaunee

16.11Landen Hemming-Kuehl50'06.00PRKewaunee 


High Jump  Varsity - x

3.10Jordan Lamack5'6.00PRKewaunee

5.9Maddix Mueller5'2.00PRKewaunee

11.9Derek Mueller4'2.00PRKewaunee 


Pole Vault  Varsity - x

2.11Cole Pawlitzky10'6.00PRKewaunee

4.10Mitch Swagel7'9.00PRKewaunee 


Long Jump  Varsity - x

7.12Dalton Sisel15'06.50PRKewaunee

10.10Isaac Schlies15'02.25PRKewaunee

12.9Derek Mueller13'04.00PRKewaunee

13.10Mitch Swagel13'02.75PRKewaunee 


Triple Jump  Varsity - x

1.9Maddix Mueller37'09.50PRKewaunee

5.10Jordan Lamack33'11.00PRKewaunee

7.12Dalton Sisel31'03.00PRKewaunee 



100 Meters  Varsity - x

1.12Lizzy O'Dill13.809aSRKewaunee

3.11Brookelin Chevalier14.817aPRKewaunee 


200 Meters  Varsity - x

2.11Natalie Pansier30.324aSRKewaunee 


400 Meters  Varsity - x

1.11Natalie Pansier1:10.553aSRKewaunee

2.11Ashlyn Pribek1:12.043aSRKewaunee 


800 Meters  Varsity - x

1.12Elena Lewis2:58.746aSRKewaunee

2.11Mercedes Kroll3:03.220aPRKewaunee


1600 Meters  Varsity - x

2.12Elizabeth Lamack6:59.674aSRKewaunee 


3200 Meters  Varsity - x

3.12Elizabeth Lamack15:16.962aSRKewaunee 


100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - x

5.11Lexy Kinjerski20.902aSRKewaunee

6.11Lauren Hager27.353aSRKewaunee 


300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - x

1.12Kaaryn Smidel53.881aSRKewaunee

2.11Lexy Kinjerski1:00.696aSRKewaunee

3.11Lauren Hager1:27.387aSRKewaunee 


4x100 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team58.945aKewaunee


4x200 Relay  Varsity - x

2.Relay Team2:12.985aKewaunee 


4x400 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team5:09.743aKewaunee 


4x800 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team12:02.132aKewaunee 


Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - x

1.11Lisa Reinke32'01.75SRKewaunee

5.12Zowie Dellmann27'08.00PRKewaunee

10.9Grace Kelly19'03.25PRKewaunee 


Discus - 1kg  Varsity - x

2.11Lisa Reinke83'03.50SRKewaunee

10.12Zowie Dellmann56'06.50SRKewaunee

13.9Grace Kelly39'06.50PRKewaunee 


High Jump  Varsity - x

3.11Grace Wisnicky4'0.00SRKewaunee


Long Jump  Varsity - x

2.12Lizzy O'Dill14'05.00SRKewaunee

9.11Lizzy Kudick10'06.75SRKewaunee

10.11Brookelin Chevalier10'04.00PRKewaunee 


Triple Jump  Varsity - x

2.11Grace Wisnicky26'07.50SRKewaunee

5.12Regina Augustian24'06.00SRKewaunee 

Kewaunee to host first track meet Tuesday

It has been over a year since they captured a Packerland crown, but Kewaunee returns to the track on Tuesday to face half of their conference foes.


Kewaunee will have visits from Peshtigo, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay. The other half of the conference is competing at Algoma.


The first events begin at 4:30 p.m.

Kewaunee blitzed by Menasha 55-7 on 102.1 MORE FM

The shorthanded Kewaunee Storm team ran into a Menasha buzzsaw on Friday night in Spring Football on 102.1 More FM and NEW Radio Sports Network.  The Storm fell hard 55-6 at Nathan Calder Field in Menasha.


The Storm came into the game without key starters including running back Jack Severin.  Starting quarterback Mitchell Thompson was forced to leave the game with a leg injury in the first half and the Storm could not seriously challenge the Blue Jays after that.


Kewaunee did manage to score with 3:08 left in the first quarter on a 13-yard pass from Thompson to tight end Aiden DeGrave to get with one point at 7-6, but it was all Menasha from that point on.


Menasha quarterback A.J. Korth threw for five touchdowns and the Devontre Smith scored on a 72-yard kickoff return after the Storm’s lone tally to cruise to the victory.


Kewaunee (2-3) will now play the Lodi Blue Devils at Lodi High School next Saturday  Pregame is set for 12:30 pm with kick-off set for 1 pm.  Tanner Bickford and Paul Schmitt will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Kewaunee Football travels to Menasha Friday on 102.1 MORE FM

The Kewaunee Storm (2-2) will travel to Menasha Friday night to battle the Blue Jays in high school football.  The Storm is coming off a 13-7 loss to Arcadia last Friday where a last-minute comeback fell short.  Menasha (3-1) defeated Racine Horlick 35-18 last week and have won three straight game since losing to Notre Dame 13-10 in the spring opener.  Kewaunee looks to break a mini two-game losing streak after starting out with two victories.   Friday’s game broadcast will begin at 6:30 pm for the pregame show 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.

Cullen cruises, Kewaunee sweeps XC meet

Cameron Cullen led Kewaunee to a second straight cross country sweep on Tuesday afternoon at Brummer Park.


In the boys' race, Cullen won with a time of 17:33, which was approximately 30 seconds ahead of Green Bay West's Alex Knutson. The Storm boys captured the win by a narrower margin than the week before over Green Bay West, scoring 32 points compared to 39 points for the Wildcats. Jordan Brann, Jordan Lamack, and Christopher Cullen all broke 20 minutes on the 5K course as well.


The Storm girls won their race by default with Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Green Bay East, and Green Bay West unable to field a full team. Kaaryn Smidel paced the Storm with a time of 23:33 on the 5K course. Hannah Morton also broke the 24-minute mark.


Full Results


Kewaunee cross country returns home

The Kewaunee cross country team returns to Bruemmer Park this afternoon in a repeat of last week's meet in Green Bay.


The Storm captured both races last week at Colburn Park, besting Green Bay West, Green Bay East, Providence Academy, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay. There were no other schools that fielded a full squad on the girls' side while the boys were able to finish 13 points of second-place Green Bay West with 26 points. Cameron Cullen won the boys' race with a sub-18-minute, but said after last week's race that his season's personal record resides on the Bruemmer Park course where Kewaunee will host its meet beginning at 4:30 p.m. with one single race being run.




Kewaunee Storm football falls 13-7 to Arcadia on 102.1 MORE FM

The Kewaunee lost a defensive battle on Friday night as they fell to the Arcadia Raiders 13-7 in Spring Football on 102.1 More FM and NEW Radio Sports Network.  The Storm had to travel four hours to Arcadia High School and had a sluggish start to the game.  Arcadia scored with 3:44 left in the first quarter on a 30yard touchdown strike from Caden Updiike to Evan Pauly.  Kewaunee was able to mount a drive in the second quarter, but on fourth and goal at the seven-yard line quarterback Mitchell Thompson threw an interception that was returned 93 yards by Updike for a pick-six.  Arcadia took the 13-0 lead into halftime. 


After a scoreless third quarter, Kewaunee was able to get back in the game after a big interception and return by Alex Rohr gave the Storm great field position with less than six minutes to go in the game.


Kewaunee cashed in on a 30-yard pass from Thompson to Anthony Jerabek to close the game to 13-7 with 5:23 left in the fourth quarter.


The Storm’s defense was able to stop the Raiders with three minutes left, but Kewaunee was unable to convert on fourth down and Arcadia was able to run out the clock to claim the hard-fought victory.


Kewaunee (2-2) will now play the Menasha Blue Jays at Menasha High School next Friday night.  Pregame is set for 6:30 pm 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 roadtrips to Arcadia on 102.1 MORE FM Friday

The Kewaunee Storm (2-1) will travel to Arcadia Friday night to battle the Raiders in high school football.  Both teams are coming off heartbreaking losses last week.  The Storm is coming off a tough 22-20 loss to Notre Dame last Friday on a last-second field goal, while Arcadia (2-1) fell to Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau.  Friday’s cross-state matchup will begin at 6:30 pm for the pregame show from Arcadia 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.

Cullen, Kewaunee win cross country races

Kewaunee's Cameron Cullen set the tone for the rest of the team at Green Bay's Colburn Park Tuesday afternoon.


Cullen covered the 5K course in 17:57, just over 10 seconds off his season record this year. The Storm toppled Green Bay West and Green Bay East with 26 points. Sturgeon Bay, Providence Academy, and Gibraltar also ran. 


The girls were led by Elena Lewis, who led the Storm with a time of 24:35. The Storm were the only team with enough runners to score points.


Girls Times

3 Lewis, Elena 12 Kewaunee 24:35.92 1
4 Morton, Hannah 9 Kewaunee 24:45.56 2
5 Smidle, Kaary 12 Kewaunee 24:54.04 3
7 Lamack, Elizebath 12 Kewaunee 25:28.23 4
8 Pansier, Natalie 11 Kewaunee 25:29.63 5
10 Kroll, Mercedes 11 Kewaunee 25:41.39 6


Boys Times

1 Cullen, Cameron 11 Kewaunee 17:57.00 1
3 Cullen, Chris 9 Kewaunee 19:27.63 3
4 Lamack, Jordan 10 Kewaunee 19:29.25 4
7 Brann, Jordan 10 Kewaunee 19:57.19 7
11 Joski, James 9 Kewaunee 21:28.77 11
17 Pawlitzky, Cole 11 Kewaunee 22:03.36 15
20 Wery, Matt 10 Kewaunee 22:17.97 18
22 Swagel, Mitchell 10 Kewaunee 23:57.60 19
24 Weist, Brian 10 Kewaunee 27:29.33



Kewaunee cross country hopes for another meet win

The Kewaunee cross country team hopes to get another meet win on Tuesday when they travel to Green Bay's Colburn Park for a meet.


The Storm has won a pair of meets so far this year, including last week by the default when they raced against undermanned squads from Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay. In that meet, the Storm boys took five of the top six spots with Cameron Cullen winning the 5k race in a time of 18:22. Elena Lewis led the way for the Storm girls with a time of 24:46, which was good for second overall.


The Storm will also race against Gibraltar, Sturgeon Bay, Green Bay West, Providence Academy, and Green Bay East beginning at 4 p.m.

Kewaunee football game Friday now in Arcadia

The Kewaunee Storm football team changed up their opponent for this Friday’s game.  Originally scheduled to play against Montello-Princeton-Green Lake at Princeton High School, the Storm will now travel instead to an even farther western side of the state to Arcadia High School.  Kewaunee Coach Randy Charles says after a weekend meeting, the changes were designed to allow for better matchups.  Montello-Princeton-Green Lake will now face Kingdom Prep.  The Storm (2-1) are coming off a last-second 22-20 loss to Notre Dame last Friday.  The Kewaunee game on Friday from Arcadia will be broadcast on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call with the pregame show starting at 6;30 pm and kick-off set for 7pm. 

Kewaunee sweeps XC meets

Kewaunee had the runners and the times in his meet sweep of Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay on Thursday.


Neither Sturgeon Bay or Gibraltar had enough runners to field a full team, giving Kewaunee the wins regardless of where their top five runners finished. 


The Storm boys took five of the top six spots with Cameron Cullen winning the 5k race in a time of 18:22. Elena Lewis led the way for the Storm girls with a time of 24:46, which was good for second overall.


Click here to see the full times


Late field goal defeats Kewaunee

Though they didn’t end the game on top, Kewaunee came sprinting out of the gate in Friday’s matchup against Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay. The Storm took the opening play from scrimmage fifty-five yards on a touchdown pass from Mitchell Thompson to Alex Rohr. Just five plays later Anthony Jerabeck would pick off a Sam Lagowski pass and Kewaunee would take over in good field position. On a fourth and one, Jack Severin would find a crease on a dive and take it forty-one yards to the house. Within their first five offensive plays, the Storm would hold a 14-0 lead. With a chance to go up three scores, Kewaunee would have their lone turnover, when Notre Dame’s Keegan King would jump a slant to intercept a Mitchell Thompson pass. 


Notre Dame would eventually get on the board on a four yard TD run from Will Zellner, which would be the first of his three. Before the halftime whistle Zellner would find the endzone again and after a blocked PAT, Kewaunee would go into halftime up 14-13. Neither team would score in the third quarter. Zellner would score on a twenty-three yard TD run in the fourth quarter with over eight minutes to go. The score was set up by excellent field position after a Keegan King blocked a Kewaunee punt. After a failed two point try, Notre Dame would have their first lead, 20-19. 


The Storm would surge back the next possession, taking over five minutes off the clock. The drive would be capped off by Alex Rohr’s second touchdown reception of the evening with 3:09 left to go. The Storm would go up 20-19. They would not convert the two point conversion, which proved costly. Notre Dame would methodically move the ball down the field and with eleven seconds left Aiden Wolfram would connect on a thirty-nine yard field goal. Notre Dame would win the game 22-20 and Kewaunee’s record would drop to 2-1. 



Kewaunee Football battles Notre Dame on 102.1 MORE FM

The Kewaunee Storm (2-0) will travel to Green Bay Friday night to battle the Notre Dame Tritons in high school football.  The Storm is coming off another dominating performance as they throttled Menominee Indian 43-6 last Friday in Menasha.  Notre Dame (2-0) blew out Racine Case 54-6 last week after edging Menasha 13-10 in week one.  Kewaunee will look to continue their strong defensive presence that has allowed only six points in their first two games.  Friday’s showdown between the two undefeated teams is set for 6:30 pm pregame from Ted Fritsch Field with kick-off set for 7 pm.  Paul Schmitt and Tanner Bickford will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streamed on NEW Radio Sports Network.

Kewaunee cross country looks for second meet win

The Kewaunee Storm cross country team looks for its second meet win of the season at home on Thursday when it runs against Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay.


The Storm finished behind state powerhouse Green Bay Preble and Manitowoc Lutheran in its last home meet against Bruemmer Park just days after cruising past Green Bay East.


Cameron Cullen has been the Storm's top runner this season, shaving almost a minute off his first race of the season with a 17:46 5K time at Bruemmer Park against the top competition.


The first race starts at 4:30 p.m.

Kewaunee Tennis heads to Green Bay

Kewaunee girls tennis will head to Green Bay on Thursday for their second bout with Green Bay West High School. This is their second match in Green Bay in as many weeks. Kewaunee High School also took on Green Bay East on Thursday. The match is scheduled for 4:00 PM. at the Green Bay West tennis courts.

Kewaunee cross country topples Green Bay East

The Kewaunee Storm' boys cross country posted the top 3 times en route to a win over Green Bay East last Tuesday.


Cameron Cullen won handily with a 5K time of 18:40. Christopher Cullen (20:15) and Jordan Brann (20:43) broke 21 minutes before the Red Devils' Noah Carlson ran a 21:06 for his team's first points. James Joski just got under 22 minutes with a 21:59 while Matt Wery rounded out the scoring with a time of 22:59 and a eight place finish. The Storm beat the Red Devils 19-37. The full breakdown is below.



Cullen, Augustian pace Storm in cross country meet

The Kewaunee Storm welcomed Manitowoc Lutheran, Green Bay Preble, and Packerland rival Sturgeon Bay for a cross country meet at Bruemmer Park on Thursday.


In the boys' race, the Storm placed third out of the three eligible teams. Cameron Cullen paced the team with 17:46 on the 5K course.  Christopher Cullen came in second on the team with a time of 19:17. Jordan Brann rounded out the sub-20 minute finishers with a 19:57. Matt Wery finished with a 22:08 and Cole Pawlitski also broke 23 minutes with a 22:14. Breaking 24 minutes was Mitchel Swagel (23:19) and James Joski (23:21).


The Storm girls did not have a full team, but Gina Augustian's 25:17 paced the squad on the 5K course. Elena Lewis came closely behind with a 25:45 while Mercedes Kroll finished with a 26:45.


Green Bay Preble won both divisions, followed by Manitowoc Lutheran.


Click here to see full results

Preble tops Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay in cross country

The Green Bay Preble Hornets showed their prowess on the cross country course on Thursday, defeating Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee at Bruemmer Park on Thursday.


No results have been posted yet, but the Preble Cross Country Twitter feed posted on Thursday that they won both the boys and girls races. They also boasted the top individual performers with Brett Litkey winning the boys race and Hailey Novitski capturing the girls race.

Storm crush Menominee Indian 43-6 on 102.1 MORE FM

 Kewaunee Storm rolled to an easy 43-6 victory over the Menominee Indian Eagles in Spring Football season on 102.1 More FM and NEW Radio Sports Network.  The game was played at Nathan Calder Field in Menasha.


After a slow start, the Storm defense scored a touchdown late in the first quarter on a 19-yard fumble recovery by Jack Severin.   


Kewaunee then exploded with 30 points in the second quarter.  First, Mitchell Thompson connected with Alex Rohr on a 39-yard touchdown strike.  Then Severin scored on a four-yard run to make the score 20-0.  After a safety caused by a bad Eagle snap from center, the Storm scored again on a 21-yard run by Severin to go up 28-0.  With just four seconds left in the half, Thompson hit Rohr for an 18-yard score to give Kewaunee a commanding 36-0 lead at halftime. 


Severin capped of the Storm’s scoring in the second half and his big game with a 54-yard touchdown run.


Menominee Indian scored late with 5:31 left in the game facing the Storm’s second-stringers.      

Kewaunee’s defense dominated the Eagles by forcing four fumbles and one interception. 

Kewaunee (2-0) will now play the Notre Dame Tritons in Green Bay next Friday night.  Pregame is set for 6:30 pm 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 girls tennis heads to Green Bay

In a return to action, the Kewaunee girls tennis team will go to Green Bay and battle the Green Bay West varsity squad. The opener will be the first of two straight matches in Green Bay to start the season. The match will start at 4:00 PM. at the Green Bay East tennis courts.

Kewaunee hosts cross country meet Thursday

Kewaunee will host its first cross country meet of the season when they descend on Bruemmer Park on Thursday.


The Storm and Sturgeon Bay raced each other earlier this week against Green Bay East on Tuesday, but no times have been reported from that meet. The two teams will swap out Green Bay squads on Thursday as they will face Preble. The Hornets are one of the most talented programs in the region with the boys coming in ninth place as a team in the 2019 state meet after handily taking the Fox River Conference and Sectional titles. The girls came in second in the FRCC and fourth in sectionals.


The first race is expected to start at 4:30 p.m.