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Luxemburg-Casco High School

Hanson leads honor roll for L-C Softball

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team had plenty of noteworthy performers on their team that ended with a regional championship and a sectional loss to eventual state champion Freedom.


Kylie Hanson was 1st Team All-District.


The Spartans had a number of players receive All Conference Recognition! They are as follows:


1st Team All NEC:

Pitcher: Rebecca Kroll, Unanimous

Infield: Kylie Hanson 

Outfield: Grace Kahr

Designated Player: Josie Dorner


2nd Team All NEC:

Catcher: Mady Bouche 

Outfield: Anna Vandermause


Honorable Mention NEC:

Infield: Lauren Adams

Utility Player: Emily Jandrin


Also, as voted upon by Team members, the following ladies were chosen for these Team Honors:


Team Captain: Lauren Adams

Offensive MVP: Kylie Hanson 

Defensive MVP: Kylie Hanson 

Most Improved: Maggie Hanmann

Most Spirt: Josie Dorner

Spartans Trap places 5th, puts six on All-State team

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans Trap Team had a successful run at the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League State Tournament over the weekend.


The team took fifth place overall according to Dale Simonar with Trey Vincent (97), Cole Anderson (96), Charlie Simonar (96), Jayden Stein (95) , and Garrett Simonar (95) shooting of 479 clay targets out of 500.


Garrett Simonar, Jacob DeGrave, Cole Anderson, Caleb Delebreau, Brandon Kratz, and Charlie Simonar earned All-State Honors for having the best averages during the spring season. 




Picture from Dale Simonar 

Spartans' Deprez piles up state awards

Luxemburg-Casco baseball player Owen Deprez piled up a number of recognitions over the last week after his career came to a close earlier this month.


Deprez earned Division 2 district Player of the Year, All-NEC 1st Team pitcher, All State Baseball, and All-Academic honors following his successful season in which he pitched a perfect game in his playoff matchup against Sturgeon Bay. 


Deprez will learn what All-State roster he will appear on later this week. 


The WBCA’s North East District, which includes the Big East, Eastern Wisconsin, Fox Valley Association, Fox River Classic, Northeastern, Packerland Conferences. For a player to be chosen, he must be nominated by his head coach, who must be a member of the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association. 


Photo credit: Alison Schley and Luxemburg-Casco Baseball


Three Lady Spartans to participate in WBCA All-Star Game

Lauren Adams, Taylor Thiry, and Taylor Bredael-Schmidt will join forces one last time later this month for the WBCA All-Star Game.


Adams and Thiry will play in the Division 2 game on June 29th at Justagame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells for the North squad. Bredael-Schmidt will be on the coaching staff for the same team. 


All three are raising funds for the MACC Fund. (Midwest Athletes against Childhood Cancer) and Camp Wawbeek of Wisconsin Dells as a part of their commitment to the game. You can contribute to their cause by clicking their name below.


Lauren Adams

Taylor Thiry

Taylor Bredael-Schmidt

Spartans soccer's season ends in Winneconne

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans soccer could not survive the offensive onslaught from Winneconne as they lost their tournament opener 10-0 Thursday.


The Wolves ran away with the game early as they scored six first-half goals against the Spartans. They would go on to tack on another four goals in the second half.


Jamie Wicinsky (1G, 5A) registered six points and Isabella Hardy (3G, 2A) collected five in the Wolves' victory. Holly Arens added two goals in the victory for Winneconne.


The Spartans' season ends with a 7-11-0 record.


Picture from L-C Soccer Club Facebook page

Spartans' comeback falls just short in loss to Notre Dame on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans came up just short in a WIAA Division 2 baseball regional final Wednesday evening, falling to the Notre Dame Tritons 5-4.
The game started as a pitcher’s duel as Spartan Owen Deprez, and Triton Bruce Herman pitched four scoreless innings, with Deprez striking out eight batters.  Notre Dame then opened the scoring with three runs in the fifth inning on two hits. 

The Spartans responded with a run in the bottom half of the inning on a sacrifice fly by Max Ronsman that scored Ryland Day.  

After both teams missed opportunities to score in the sixth inning, Notre Dame was able to add two more runs in the top of the seventh to take a 5-1 lead.

The Spartans were able to mount a comeback bid in the bottom of the seventh when they loaded the bases with no one out.  After a run scored on a wild pitch, Peyton Mrotek doubled home two runs to pull the Spartans within one run before a strikeout ended the game.


Mrotek led the Spartan attack going 2/3 with 2 RBIs.  Blake Robillard and Day went 2/3, but the Spartans stranded eight runners in the loss.


Deprez took the loss, pitching 4 2/3 innings, allowing three earned runs and striking out nine.  


Notre Dame will now travel to Seymour next Tuesday in a sectional semi-final game. 

Spartans edge Wrightstown with 4-3 comeback win, host Notre Dame in regional final on 104.1 WRLU today

The #2 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans came back to beat the #3 seeded Wrightstown Tigers 4-3 in an exciting WIAA Division 2 regional semi-final baseball game the came down to the final out on Tuesday afternoon in Luxemburg. 


The Spartans fell behind in the fourth inning when Wrightstown scored three runs to take a 3-0 lead, but was able to get an RBI single by Ryland Day to close within two runs.  A huge sixth inning saw the Spartans load the bases on three consecutive singles and managed to manufacture three more runs to capture a 4-3 lead going into the top of the seventh.


 Ryan Routhieaux pitched 4 and 1/3 strong innings before giving way to Owen Deprez, who pitched 2 1/3 innings and picked up 4 strikeouts to keep the Tigers at bay.  Blake Robillard came in and threw one pitch and was able to get a fly out to centerfield to earn the save with two runners on base.


 The Spartans will now face Notre Dame in the regional final on Wednesday after the Tritons knocked off the #1 Freedom Irish 8-1in the other regional semi-final.


Paul Schmitt and Matt Piesler will have the call with the pregame set for 4 pm on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network.  The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 pm from Fred Yagodinski Field at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. 

Regional champion Spartans golf team look to lock in state berth

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team made up of Zachary Smith, James Glampe, Josh Parins, Michael Otradovec, and Caden Lukes hope to play well enough to earn a round at University Ridge in Madison for the state meet next month.


Regional champions Luxemburg-Casco will tee off in the Marinette Sectional as a part of the fifth group. They will be joined by golfers from Ripon and Oconto Falls.


Groups begin to tee off at 10 a.m.

Spartans battle conference foe Freedom for sectional title berth

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team will have to battle its third straight NEC opponent Tuesday when they travel to Freedom to take on the Irish.


With the game tied 3-3 against Denmark last Thursday in the regional title game, The Spartans answered with four in the bottom of the sixth to regain the lead by loading the bases with Josie Dorner's leadoff double, Mady Bouche's single, and Sierra Jonet's base on ball. Grace Kahr cleared the bases with a one out triple and scored on a throwing error. The Spartans would go on to win 7-4.


The top-seeded Irish won its last game 2-0 over Seymour after beating Fox Valley Lutheran 15-0. The Irish dealt the Spartans their only NEC losses of the season, shutting them out 1-0 and 5-0 in consecutive games on April 29th at VFW Park. 


Gametime in Freedom is set for 4:30 p.m.

Spartans host Wrightstown in regional semi-final on 104.1 WRLU

The #2 seeded Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will host the #3 seeded Wrightstown Tigers in a WIAA Division 2 regional semi-final baseball on Tuesday afternoon.  The Spartans are coming off a convincing 12-0 win over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers last Thursday.  L-C Pitcher Owen Deprez dominated with 12 strikeouts while pitching a perfect five-inning game.


Wrightstown advanced by nipping Fox Valley Lutheran 1-0 in the regional opener.


Paul Schmitt and Tyler Thrune will have the call with the pregame set for 4 pm on 104.1 WRLU and streamed on New Radio Sports Network.  The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 pm from the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. 

Spartans soccer sink Ships on Senior Night

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' soccer team would not let their senior class lose their final home game, coming back from 1-0 to win 3-1 Thursday night.


Down 1-0 after one half of action, Haley Paye, Heather Iverson and Lydia Morozov delivered the goals to send the Spartans with a victory ahead of the WIAA tournament opener next week against Winneconne.

Tabi Lemens had four saves in the win.

Spartans softball answers Denmark rally to win regional

Luxemburg-Casco defeated Denmark 7-4 to capture the Regional Championship.


After retiring the Vikings in order in the top of the inning the Spartans loaded the bases with no outs in the bottom of the first on Grace Kahr's leadoff single and walks to Payton Kaminski and Lauren Adams. Kylie Hanson's RBI sac fly scored Kahr and Josie Dorner's two out RBI single scored Kaminski to put LC ahead 2-0. LC scored one in the second when Sierra Jonet reached on an error and scored on Payton Kaminski's RBI triple.  


LC maintained the 3-0 lead through five innings with solid defense highlighted by two double plays started by Kylie Hanson.


Denmark tied the game with three in the top of the sixth started by Dakota Brice's leadoff double, Tara Dellemann's two out RBI single which scored Olivia Allen, Megan Johnson's single and Ashlyn Schultz's two RBI single scoring Dellemann and Johnson.


Luxemburg-Casco answered with four in the bottom of the sixth to regain the lead by loading the bases with Josie Dorner's leadoff double, Mady Bouche's single, and Sierra Jonet's base on ball. Grace Kahr cleared the bases with a one out triple and scored on a throwing error.


Denmark's first two hitters reached base in the seventh and scored the final run of the game on Olivia Ullman's RBI sac fly for the final of 7-4


LC will now play the winner of tomorrow's game between Freedom and Seymour. Today's scheduled game was cancelled due to poor field conditions.


WP: Rebecca Kroll            LP: Amber Johanek


Leading Hitters Luxemburg-Casco:

Grace Kahr: 2x4, 2 runs scored, triple, 3RBI

Payton Kaminski: triple, RBI, run scored

Kylie Hanson: 2x3, double, RBI

Josie Dorner: 2x3, double, RBI


Leading Hitters Denmark:

Tara Dellemann: 2x3, RBI

Ashlyn Schultz: 2 RBI

Dakota Brice: 2x3, double



Larson wins title, Spartans qualify nine for state track meet

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans Track team will send athletes from nine different events to next week's state track meet after their appearance at Thursday's sectionals hosted by Little Chute.


Logan Vandermause responded to an eight-place finish in his 200m dash with a personal record to qualify for state with a third place finish. John Larson also had a personal record in the 300m to win the event while a second personal best helped in qualify in the 110m hurdles. George Herlache, Taylor Thiry, and Grace Holschuh used personal records in their respective events to punch tickets to LaCrosse. The boys 4x200m and Isaac Vandenbush will also be heading to state track meet by finishing in the top four of their events.



200 Meters Division 2 - Finals
3. 11 Logan Vandermause   22.66a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
200 Meters Division 2 - Prelims
8. 11 Logan Vandermause   23.32a Luxemburg-Casco  
800 Meters Division 2 - Finals
6. 11 Spencer Thiry   2:02.76a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
110m Hurdles - 39" Division 2 - Finals
2. 12 John Larson   15.27a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
110m Hurdles - 39" Division 2 - Prelims
3. 12 John Larson   15.43a Luxemburg-Casco  
300m Hurdles - 36" Division 2 - Finals
1. 12 John Larson   40.27a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
4x200 Relay Division 2 - Finals
12 Isaac Vandenbush
12 John Larson
11 Jack Rollin
11 Logan Vandermause
  1:32.36a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
4x800 Relay Division 2 - Finals
11 Gabriel Havel
11 Ty Tenor
9 Hudson Thiry
11 Spencer Thiry
  8:54.56a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
Pole Vault Division 2 - Finals
4. 11 George Herlache   12-06.00 PR Luxemburg-Casco  
Long Jump Division 2 - Finals
3. 12 Isaac Vandenbush   21-02.75 Luxemburg-Casco




200 Meters Division 2 - Finals
7. 9 McKenna Rank   27.73a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
200 Meters Division 2 - Prelims
8. 9 McKenna Rank   27.77a Luxemburg-Casco  
100m Hurdles - 33" Division 2 - Prelims
10. 11 Alexis Vogt   17.59a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
12. 10 Grace Seering   18.42a Luxemburg-Casco  
300m Hurdles - 30" Division 2 - Finals
9. 10 Grace Seering   50.43a PR Luxemburg-Casco  
4x100 Relay Division 2 - Finals
12 Madelyn Smith
10 Danica Mrotek
11 Alexis Vogt
10 Mackenzie Turner
  53.95a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
4x200 Relay Division 2 - Finals
10 Gabrielle Wech
11 Emily Ropson
12 Grace Holschuh
9 McKenna Rank
  1:49.60a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
4x400 Relay Division 2 - Finals
10 Grace Seering
12 Micaela Boucher
9 Elaina Holschuh
9 McKenna Rank
  4:23.05a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
4x800 Relay Division 2 - Finals
11 Madilyn Bevins
12 Alyssa Delebreau
9 Grace Havel
12 Megan Vandermause
  10:34.07a Luxemburg-Casco - A  
Shot Put - 4kg Division 2 - Finals
2. 12 Taylor Thiry   40-00.00 Luxemburg-Casco  
Discus - 1kg Division 2 - Finals
2. 12 Taylor Thiry   126-02 PR Luxemburg-Casco  
High Jump Division 2 - Finals
9. 11 Autumn Flynn   4-10.00 Luxemburg-Casco  
Long Jump Division 2 - Finals
4. 12 Grace Holschuh   16-07.00 PR Luxemburg-Casco  
Triple Jump Division 2 - Finals
14. 12 Grace Holschuh   30-05.00 Luxemburg-Casco  

Deprez perfect in Spartans' romp over Clippers on 104.1 WRLU

Owen Deprez struck out the first seven men he faced and cruised through five innings en route to a perfect game and a 12-0 Luxemburg-Casco win over Sturgeon Bay Thursday evening.


Deprez would go on to strike out 12 on the day with no walks while facing the minimum. Clippers pitcher Jace Johnson was matching Deprez early thanks to great defense behind him despite giving up base runners. 


The Spartans' 10-run rally started with a base runner reaching on a drop third strike and a pair of bunt singles. They would go on to bat around before registering their first out, collecting eight hits along the way. The Spartans would go on to score a pair of runs in the fifth inning to put the game away early. Deprez, Max Ronsman,  and Ryland Day all had multiple hit days.  


Johnson took the loss for the Clippers, giving up 10 of the Spartans' 12 runs.


The Spartans will host Wrightstown at home on Tuesday after the Tigers beat Fox Valley Lutheran 1-0.



Spartans softball hosts NEC rival for regional finale

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team will play NEC rival Denmark for a chance at sectionals next week.


Rebecca Kroll allowed just one hit, while striking out 12, as the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Little Chute Mustangs 9-2 in the Division 2 Regional Semi-Final matchup in Luxemburg. The Spartans had 13 hits on the night. Leading the way from the plate for L-C , Josie Dorner 3 for 3 with 3RBI, Mady Bouche 3 for 4, Lauren Adams 2 for 4 with a triple and 2 runs scored and Kylie Hanson went 2x3 with a double, 3 runs scored and 3 RBIs.


The Vikings earned their spot with a 7-5 win over Oconto Falls, their 10th win out of the last 11 games.


The two teams last played each other in late April with the Spartans sweep the two-game series by scores of 15-5 and 6-3.


Game time is set for 4:30 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer hosts tournament tune-up against Manitowoc Lincoln

The tournament is a week away, but that is not stopping the Luxemburg-Casco soccer from getting some extra work in, this time at home against Manitowoc Lincoln.


The Spartans have lost their last three matches, including two this week against Marinette (2-1) and Green Bay East (3-1). Manitowoc Lincoln is finding the win column again after a season-long 14-match losing streak. Even with snapping that losing streak, they have won only two of their last five matches.


Match time is set for 6:30 p.m.

Over 20 Spartans to represent Luxemburg-Casco at sectional track meet

Almost a full bus will be heading to sectionals this Thursday after a strong day at the Wrightstown Regional for the Luxemburg-Casco Track Team.


Event winners include John Larson (both hurdles events) and Taylor Thiry (discus). Other qualifiers include Thiry (shot put), Autumn Flynn, Grace Holschuh, George Herlache, girls 4x800m, Alexis Vogt, Grace Seering, girls 4x200m, boys 4x200, girls 4x100m, McKenna Rank, Logan Vandermause, girls 4x400m, boys 4x800m, and Spencer Thiry.


Full Results

Spartans softball opens tournament play against Little Chute

The battle of LC's will set the tone for the road to Madison for Luxemburg-Casco softball as they host Little Chute.


Finishing the season with a 20-4 record, the Spartans beat Little Chute 11-0 on May 2nd to kick off a stretch where they went 10-2 over 12 games.


The Mustangs prevailed against Notre Dame in their season finale last week 11-10, ending the year with a 4-18 mark.


First pitch is set for 4:30 p.m.

L-C baseball whacked by Freedom

A pair of unearned runs was all Luxemburg-Casco could muster in a 12-2 loss to Freedom.


A game after the Spartans banged out 17 hits, it was Freedom's Jace Midbon that played the role of stopper. He pitched a complete-game four-hitter to limit the Spartans offensively. Midbon helped his own cause as well, collecting three hits and two RBI. 


The Spartans will now host Sturgeon Bay on Thursday in a game that will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU.

Spartans soccer lose to Marinette, travel to Green Bay East

Tabi Lemens made five saves, and Heather Iverson tallied a goal but it wasn't enough in Luxemburg-Casco's 2-1 loss to Marinette.


Chloe Seymour and Sierra Schreiner scored the Marines goals to lift them past their NEC rivals.


The Spartans will play at City Stadium Tuesday night when they play Green Bay East. The Red Devils have lost their four matches by a combined score of 16-0.


Tuesday's first touch will take place at 6:30 p.m.

Spartans baseball battle Irish at home

Luxemburg-Casco will take its turn hosting its home-and-home series against Freedom on Monday.


The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team had a big offensive day in a 10-3 win over Freedom.


The Spartans banged out 17 hits with Peyton Mrotek picking up four hits and Max Ronsman and Ryland Day slapping out three of their own.


Owen Deprez picked up the win for the Spartans, allowing four hits over 5 innings while striking out nine. 


Game time starts at 4:30 p.m.

Spartans soccer sails to Marinette

Luxemburg-Casco girls' soccer will visit Marinette on Monday for an NEC matchup.


The Spartans have split their last six matches as they continue to get shut out or shut out their opponents. They lost to Fox Valley Lutheran 2-0 in their last match, which snapped a two-match winning streak against Waupaca and Little Chute. They will face Winneconne when they open tournament play next week. 


The Marines have won two of their last three matches, including a 3-2 win over Freedom their last time out.


Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m.

Spartans bang out 17 hits against Irish

The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team had a big offensive day in a 10-3 win over Freedom.


The Spartans banged out 17 hits, with Peyton Mrotek picking up four hits and Max Ronsman and Ryland Day slapping out three of their own.


Owen Deprez picked up the win for the Spartans, allowing four hits over 5 innings while striking out nine. 

L-C baseball wins soaks through Clintonville, faces Freedom Saturday

The Spartans traveled to Clintonville on a rainy day, returning home victorious with a 9-1 win.


Leading the Spartans in hitting was Owen Deprez 2x4, Cole Jauquet 3x3, and Garrett Simonar 2x3. Ryan Routhieaux was the winning pitcher, and pitched the first 4 innings for the win, and Blake Robillard pitched the last 3. The Truckers only could manage 3 hits on the night. The losing pitcher for the Truckers was Kade Rosenow.


The Spartans travel to Freedom on Saturday with a showdown with the Irish. After a seven game winning streak, the Irish have lost two of their last three games including a back end split against Fox Valley Lutheran and Jefferson.


First pitch is at 11.

Spartans softball pick up pair of tournament tune-up wins

While many teams have already started their trek to Madison for the WIAA softball tournament, Luxemburg-Casco keeps winning before they officially enter the field. 


Thursday, May 19

The Spartans came away with a 5-1 non-conference victory over the DePere Redbirds. Emily Jandrin threw a complete game, striking out 5. Leading LC offensively were Grace Kahr 2x3, 2 RBI, Kylie Hanson 2x4, double, and Maddy Bouche 2x4.


Friday, May 20

Luxemburg-Casco traveled to Winneconne to take on the Wolves in a non-conference matchup. The Spartans scored one run in the fifth, two in the sixth, and three in the seventh to shut out the Wolves 6-0. Rebecca Kroll picked up the win on the mound for the Spartans.   Cami Onell and Anna Vandermause lead LC  offensively, going 2x2 with a triple and 2x3 respectively. Kutnick, Kollat, Stille & Biesinger each singled for Winneconne.


The Spartans open tournament play on Tuesday when they host Little Chute.