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Kewaunee High School Archives for 2021-08

Storm soccer travels to Green Bay West

The Kewaunee Storm soccer team hits the road on Tuesday to face Green Bay West.


The Storm had its season opener against Algoma last week postponed, so Tuesday's match will be the first time the soccer team has been able to play since this spring. It is also the first match for the Wildcats since the spring as well.


The first touch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Storm volleyball outlasts Menominee Indian

The Kewaunee Storm had to go the distance in its volleyball matchup against Menominee Indian Monday night.


The two teams went back and forth all night with Kewaunee taking the first and third sets 25-17 and 25-23 while Menominee Indian took sets two and four by scores of 25-23 and 25-21. The Storm left no doubt in the decisive fifth set, winning it 15-6.

Storm volleyball stay put against Menominee Indian Monday

The Kewaunee Storm volleyball team will get its opportunity to start the week on a good note with a match against Menominee Indian on Monday.


The Storm opened their season against Mishicot last week, but no score was reported. 


Opening serve is set for 7 p.m. in Kewaunee with JV matches preceding it. 

Storm fall in waterlogged matchup against Menominee

It took close to 24 hours for the Kewaunee Storm to get through their football game against the Menominee Maroons, eventually falling 38-27 at the newly christened Don Rabas Field.


School officials did what they could to get the game in, moving the game up to 6:30 p.m. The game was later postponed, finishing the game at 5 p.m. on Saturday. No other stats were provided for this game. 

Kewaunee plays Michigan team Friday night; kickoff moved up to 6:30 pm

The Kewaunee Storm will play an out-of-state matchup before making its deep dive into the Packerland Conference slate when it hosts Menominee Friday night.


The Storm lost late last week when Kiel scored a touchdown in overtime to steal the game in front of its home fans 13-7. Kyle Karnopp scored the lone points for the Storm with a two-yard touchdown run. 


It is the season opener for the Maroons, which will also play four other Wisconsin teams this fall. In its lone Wisconsin matchup last year, it defeated its rival Marinette 42-8. 


Due to the cancellation of fall football last season and all the games were played on the road during the spring on field turf, Friday will be the first home game in almost two years. Kewaunee will also be dedicating and renaming its football field after long-time football coach, Don Rabas, who passed away earlier this year. Rabas was able to pay tribute to Rabas on his funeral day, letting the hearse drive across the field.


The kickoff was scheduled for 7 p.m. but has been moved up to 6:30 pm due to 

the weather predicted for later tonight, according to Kewaunee Athletic Director Brian Rabas.  The field dedication will now take place at 6:25 pm.

Storm volleyball in four over Mishicot

The Kewaunee volleyball team got their season off to a good start with a win over nearby Mishicot in four sets. 


The scores of the sets were 25-20, 21-25, 25-21, and 27-25.



Cullen leads Storm in Two Rivers Invitational

Cameron Cullen was the only Kewaunee cross country runner to snag a top 20 finish in Thursday's Two Rivers invitational.


Cullen covered the 5K course in 17:46, which was good for eighth place overall. The boys' team finished in sixth place with 155 points scored. The girls' team did not have enough runners to qualify and none finished in the top 20.


Comprehensive results of this meet were not available. 

Kewaunee volleyball visits Mishicot for season opener

The Kewaunee volleyball team will head south for its opening match of the season, visiting Mishicot in a non-conference matchup.


The Storm lost three All-Packerland performers to graduation ahead of this season, but they still return second-team outside hitter Toni Bortollini. The Storm finished 2-3 in the Packerland Conference during its truncated alternative fall season this spring. 


Opening serve is set for 7:15 p.m.

Kewaunee tennis travels to Kewaskum

The Kewaunee tennis team hopes to secure a match win or two on Thursday when it visits Kewaskum on Thursday.


The Storm was shut out its last time out 7-0 by Ripon. Only six players make up the Storm tennis team this season, so they forfeited #2 and #3 doubles. Players won 12 total games across four singles matches and a doubles match but lost all eight matches in straight sets. 


The first serve is scheduled for 4 p.m.

Kewaunee cross country visits Two Rivers

The Kewaunee cross country team will run its first races of the season when they visit Two Rivers Thursday afternoon.


The Storm will also be competing against Valders, Gillett, Kohler, Manitowoc Lutheran
Oostburg, Roncalli, Sheboygan Lutheran, Sheboygan South, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Manitowoc Lincoln, Mason County Central, NEWCHAA, and Wrightstown in the 5K races. It is a change of scenery for the Storm, which had previously competed in the Chief Kahquados Invitational hosted by Packerland Conference rival Gibraltar every year since at least 2014.


The first race begins at 4 p.m.

Storm take overtime loss to start season

The Kewaunee Storm traveled to Kiel on Friday and were on the losing end of a low-scoring overtime battle. The Storm fell 13-7 and dropped to 0-1 on the season. The Storm have their first home game of the season on Friday, August27th. They’ll host Menominee (MI) High School with kickoff at 7:00 PM. 


Kewaunee football traveling to Kiel for Friday opener

After a four-game losing skid ended their alternative spring season, the Kewaunee Storm led by quarterback Mitchell Thompson will try to start the 2021 regular season off on the right note against Kiel. The two teams were scheduled to face each other last season but that game did not occur. The last time the two teams played was in the 2019 opener when Kiel got the 49-21 road win over the Storm. Kickoff for Friday’s game is at 7:00 PM. 


Kewaunee tennis hosts Ripon

The Kewaunee tennis team looks to rebound from its set of matches on Tuesday when it plays against Ripon at home. 


The Storm was shut out when they visited Sheboygan Falls earlier in the week, losing each of their matches in straight sets. They were able to win games in #2 and #4 singles and #1 doubles. The Storm has six players, so they were forced to forfeit their #2 and #3 doubles matches. 


The first serves are scheduled to take place at 4 p.m.

Kewaunee tennis opens at Sheboygan Falls

The Kewaunee tennis will dust off its racquets for the first time since the spring for its first tennis match of the season on Tuesday.


The Storm faced tough competition in its alternative spring subsectional hosted by Manitowoc Lincoln earlier this year with no player able to register any points for the team on the day. 


The first matches are set to begin at 4 p.m.

Kewaunee football begins quick turnaround with scrimmages

Their last game was less than four months ago, but the Kewaunee Storm football team will start hitting other teams on Friday with a slate of scrimmages.


The Storm will head to Wrightstown to play the host school, New London and Oconto Falls beginning at 4 p.m. 


Their first game is next Friday on the road at Kiel with kickoff set for 7:05 p.m.