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Luxemburg-Casco High School

Spartans softball season ended by Thunder

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans outhit the Seymour Thunder 9-5, but were outscored 4-2 in the season finale as they were eliminated from the WIAA Tournament.


The Spartans struck first in the opening inning when Rylan Kaminski singled in Payton Kaminski to make it 1-0. They would not score again until the sixth inning when they were down 4-1 to the Thunder, thanks in part to a home run by Addison Wery in the fifth. Maggie Hanmann would give the Spartans hope with an RBI single in the sixth, but the Thunder ended the rally with the tying runs on base. The Spartans would have the winning run at the plate in the seventh, but Kaminski's groundout ended the Spartans' season.


Erin Cherovsky took the loss for the Spartans, allowing four runs (3 ER) on five hits while striking out three.

Spartans girls power their way to state track meet

The Luxemburg-Casco girls track team will be sending several athletes to LaCrosse for the state meet after finding the podium at the Freedom Sectional on Thursday.


The girls' 4x200m relay team is heading back to state with a time of 1:46.87, breaking the school record from 1999. Grace Seering will be heading to state in 300 hurdles with a time of 47.99. Although they just missed out on a chance to go to state, the girls' 4x400m relay broke the school record from 1978 with a time of 4:06.51.


Mens Results

100 Meters Division 2 - Finals

9.12Trace Schoenbeck11.74aLuxemburg-Casco


110m Hurdles - 39" Division 2 - Finals

9.10Mason Trimberger16.76aLuxemburg-Casco


300m Hurdles - 36" Division 2 - Finals

16.10Mason Trimberger55.76aLuxemburg-Casco


4x200 Relay Division 2 - Finals


Trace Schoenbeck


Michael Morozov


Andrew Klass


Hudson Thiry


Luxemburg-Casco - A


4x400 Relay Division 2 - Finals


Hudson Thiry


Lane Ledvina


Mason Trimberger


Trevor Beaupre


Luxemburg-Casco - A


Long Jump Division 2 - Finals

7.10Cameron Dorner19-11.50Luxemburg-Casco


Triple Jump Division 2 - Finals

5.12Trevor Beaupre41-05.50Luxemburg-Casco


Womens Results

200 Meters Division 2 - Finals

5.9Sienna Blohowiak27.05aPRLuxemburg-Casco

8.12Lydia Morozov27.33aSRLuxemburg-Casco


400 Meters Division 2 - Finals

12.9Ellison Bosman1:06.33aPRLuxemburg-Casco


1600 Meters Division 2 - Finals


--9Claire DuChateauDNSLuxemburg-Casco


3200 Meters Division 2 - Finals


5.9Claire DuChateau11:42.82aPRLuxemburg-Casco


300m Hurdles - 30" Division 2 - Finals

3.12Grace Seering47.99aPRLuxemburg-Casco

8.11Elaina Holschuh49.01aPRLuxemburg-Casco


4x200 Relay Division 2 - Finals


Sienna Blohowiak


Lydia Morozov


Gabrielle Wech


McKenna Rank


Luxemburg-Casco - A


4x400 Relay Division 2 - Finals


Lydia Morozov


Grace Seering


Elaina Holschuh


McKenna Rank


Luxemburg-Casco - A


4x800 Relay Division 2 - Finals


Lexi Polster


Emily Tassoul


Cady Bevins


Ellison Bosman


Luxemburg-Casco - A


High Jump Division 2 - Finals

12.11Madyson VanArk4-10.00Luxemburg-Casco


Triple Jump Division 2 - Finals

13.12Grace Seering31-06.75Luxemburg-Casco


Picture by Neil Seering

Luxemburg-Casco, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay track teams visit Appleton for sectionals

A trip to LaCrosse for the WIAA State Meet is on the line Thursday when dozens of track athletes compete in their respective sectional meets.


Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Luxemburg-Casco will head to Appleton North for the Freedom sectional. For your local rooting interests, here is who qualified for when the meet begins at 4 p.m.:



Ella Tarkowski finished in 2nd place and ran a 12.75 in prelims. 

Jade Tomberlin 2nd in high jump at 4’-10”

Julia Kurek advances in both the 1600 at 5:30.93 and 3200 at 12:06.31

In the 4x100 the team of Ava Estes, Tivi Andropolis, Cady Carlson, Ella Tarkowski took 4th at 52.76

In the 4x400 the team of Ava Estes, Jade Tomberlin, Ella Tarkowski and Cady Carlson took 4th at 4:23.55

Gaby Luett took 3rd in discuss at 90’-11”

Chase Hasenjager took 4th in the 400 at 54.12 

Xavier Jandrin took 2nd in Pole Vault at 12’-6”



Girls 4x8 Relay

1600m- Claire Dechateau

Girls 4x2 Relay

Girls 4x4 Relay

400m- Ellie Bosman

300m- Grace Seering & Elaina Holschuh

200m - Sienna Blohowiak & Lydia Morozov

3200m- Claire DeChateau

High Jump- Madyson Vanark

Triple Jump - Grace Seering

110m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

100m - Trace Schenobeck

Boys 4x2 Relay

300m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

Boys 4x4 Relay

Long Jump- Cameron Dorner

Triple Jump- Trevor Beaupre


Girls 100m Hurdles: Elise Jackson, Daylia Sunds

Girls 300m Hurdles: Elise Jackson

Girls Pole Vault: Danica Neville

Girls Long Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Triple Jump: Frankie Nellis

Girls Shot Put: Kailyn Neville

Girls Discus: Makenna Geyer

Boys 100m: Zack Lynch

Boys 200m: Zach Lynch

Boys 800m: Lucas Conard

Boys 1600m: Ben Grota

Boys 3200m: Ben Grota

Boys 300m Hurdles: Damontrae Meeks

Boys 4x100m Relay

Boys 4x800m Relay

Boys High Jump: Braeden VanRemortel

Boys Long Jump: Alaric Urban, Lauden Berg

Boys Triple Jump: Lauden Berg

Boys Discus: Cruz Calvillo

Spartans top Denmark with walk-off win

After two rainouts, the Spartans and the Denmark Vikings finally got game two in as a scoreless tie went into the eighth inning. The Spartans beat the Vikings 1-0 on a walk-off by Caleb Radart. Braeden Schly led the 8th off with a single, then Carson Blohowiak bunted Braeden over to set the stage for Caleb Radart to drive in Schley for the walk-off victory.

Leading the hitting for the Spartans was Braeden Schley going 2x3, and six other Spartans getting hits. Landon Derenne went the distance, giving up only five hits. The Spartans are back in action for regional action next Tuesday, taking on Thursday's winner of Xavier and North Fond du Lac.

Spartans track advances several to Thursday sectional

The Luxemburg-Casco track teams challenged the top of the leaderboard on Monday as both teams were runner-up to champion Notre Dame at the Brillion Regional.


Both teams had more than a half dozen sectional qualifiers sprinkled in a night full of personal records. You can find the list of sectional qualifiers below and the full results here.


Girls 4x8 Relay

1600m- Claire Dechateau

Girls 4x2 Relay

Girls 4x4 Relay

400m- Ellie Bosman

300m- Grace Seering & Elaina Holschuh

200m - Sienna Blohowiak & Lydia Morozov

3200m- Claire DeChateau

High Jump- Madyson Vanark

Triple Jump - Grace Seering

110m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

100m - Trace Schenobeck

Boys 4x2 Relay

300m hurdles - Mason Trimberger

Boys 4x4 Relay

Long Jump- Cameron Dorner

Triple Jump- Trevor Beaupre


Picture courtesy of Neil Seering

Spartans soccer dismantles Truckers

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team got contributions from several different players as they shut out Clintonville 12-0 on Monday.


Nine players scored in the game for the Spartans, including several that were their first tally on the varsity level. Scoring for the Spartans, Emi Kuhn led the scoring with 4 goals, with Diem Bonness, Monroe Schanhofer, Alana Mrotek, Kilee Barbiaux, Cadence Jacobson, Shaelyn Reinhard, Mallory Brewer, Lexi Brien all adding one.


The teamwork was high, with Aubrey Frey having 2 assists and one each for Emi Kuhn, Claire Marohl, Claire Vandenbush, and Mallory Brewer. 


Ashley Fameree and Tegan Gunderson posted the clean sheet in the win.


They will host Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday night under the lights at 6:30 p.m.


Redbirds fly past Spartans softball

A three-run inning for the De Pere Redbirds proved fatal for the Luxemburg-Casco softball team on Friday as they lost for only the second time this season by a score of 4-1.


After both teams were held scoreless for the first three innings, an Spartans error led to two of the three runs scored by the Redbirds in the frame, a mistake that would lead to the team's demise. An Anna Vandermause single in the following inning cut the lead to two, but an insurance run in the seventh from the Redbirds proved to be more than the Spartans could handle.


Vandermause led the way offensively with two hits while three others got one hit. Erin Cherovsky took the loss for the Spartans, allowing three runs (1 ER) on five hits while striking out seven.


Photo by Ron LeCloux

Spartans shut out by Mustangs

The Luxemburg-Casco baseball team outhit Little Chute 4-3, but were outscored 2-0 in their latest loss to their NEC rival.


The game was scoreless through four as the Mustangs mustered single tallies in the fifth and sixth innings to take the win from the Spartans. Drew Bandow went 2-3 to lead the Spartans with Max Thayse and Landon Derenne picking up the only other hits.


Braeden Schley went the distance, striking out nine batters while allowing two runs (1 ER) and three hits. He just happened to be outdueled by Charlie Vanden Burgt, who allowed four hits and no runs while striking out 11.

Spartans softball goes back-to-back with win

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team became back-to-back NEC champions on Wednesday with a 6-0 win at Marinette on Wednesday.


The Spartans did their work early with a first-inning run and a four-run second inning aided by singles from Anna Vandermause and Payton Kaminski. A Maggie Hanmann single in the sixth inning added an insurance run for the Spartans, but it was a tally that Baylee Wypiszenski would not need. She went the distance for the Spartans, allowing no runs and just three hits. Kaminski ended the afternoon with two hits and a RBI to lead the Spartans offense.


The Spartans will play a game against Southern Door at home on Thursday with the first pitch coming at 4:30 p.m.

Spartans baseball walks off Zephyrs

Heads-up baserunning in the bottom of the seventh inning led the Luxemburg-Casco baseball team to beat St. Mary Catholic on Wednesday, 5-4.


The Spartans jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second inning, only to have the Zephyrs tie the game up late with a three-run sixth inning. The Spartans would steal the game back when Ryland Day reached first on a drop-third strike, setting the stage for Michael Bostwick to take home on the play after Max Thayse was intentionally walked. Thayse was a pest for the Spartans, going 3-3 and stealing three bases. Braeden Schley had two hits, while Drew Bandow led the team with two RBI. 


Jacob Coisman earned the win on the mound after closing out the seventh inning for Jake Chervenka after he gave up four runs and seven hits.


Photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux



Spartans golfers take third in NEC Championships

James Glampe led the way for the Luxemburg-Casco golf team on Wednesday as they took third in the NEC Championships at Brown County Golf Course in Green Bay.


The Spartans shot a score of 353, which was seven strokes behind champion Waupaca and six strokes behind second-place Wrightstown.  Glampe shot a team-best 82 to finish in sixth place, five strokes behind individual champion Jacob Zwiers of Little Chute. Josh Parins (87) and Lance Cherovsky (89) finished in the top 20.


You can find the full results here.

Spartan girls soccer comes up short against Marinette

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' soccer team battled but fell to the Marinette Marines 6-1 on Tuesday night in an NEC match at home.


Aubrey Frey scored the only goal for the Spartans in the loss, and Emi Kuhn assisted on the goal.


In the net, Ashley Fameree had ten saves for the Spartans.


Luxemburg-Casco (6-8) will now play the Waupaca Comets on Thursday. The first tap is set for 6:30 p.m. in Waupaca.  

Spartans softball holds off Tigers

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team held off some late rallies by Wrightstown to win the game 5-3 on Monday.


The Tigers struck first with a run in the first, but the Spartans would come back with two runs in the third and fifth innings. The two teams would trade runs in the last two innings, but the Spartans closed the door with a Tiger in scoring position to win the game.


Erin Cherovsky earned the win, allowing two runs (1 ER) on five hits while striking out three. Josie Dorner's patience helped her drive in two runs without the benefit of a hit. Grace Kahr and Jillian Jorgensen each had two hits, with one of Jorgensen's hits driving in a run. Rylan Kaminski registered the other RBI for the Spartans in the win. For the Tigers, Mallory Colwell took the loss from the circle but went 2-3 at the plate, driving in one of her team's three runs.


Picture by Ron LeCloux

Spartans soccer split at Oostburg Tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team split their two matches at Saturday's Oostburg Tournament without the benefit of scoring in regulation.


The Spartans tied 0-0 with Sheboygan South but took them down in a shootout. A short turnaround made things tough against the host squad. The Flying Dutchmen took the Spartans in the team's second matchup 4-0.


Photo courtesy of L-C Soccer Club

Spartans shutout by Fox Valley Lutheran in doubleheader on 104.1 WRLU

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans dropped a pair of games to the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes on Saturday, 1-0 and 12-0, in a North Eastern Conference baseball doubleheader.


In the opener, the Spartans could manage only two hits, one by Caleb Radant in the third inning and one by Max Thayse to lead off the seventh inning.  Foxes starter Alex Torrio shut out the Spartans while striking out five in going the distance.  Braeden Schley was the hard-luck loser, giving up only one run on a wild pitch in the fifth inning and going 5 2/3 innings while giving up only three hits.


In the second game, the Foxes jumped on Drew Bandow with seven runs in the first inning on five hits and never looked back in the 12-0 five-inning game.


Bandow led off the game with a single for the only Spartan hit in the nightcap.


L-C Coach Dan Routhieaux says the offense could not get going, and the Spartans' game got away from them quickly in the second game.




The Spartans (8-7, 11-7 overall) will now host NEC-leading Little Chute on Tuesday, while Fox Valley Lutheran (10-5, 11-9 overall) will travel to Waupaca to take on the Comets.


Between games, Luxemburg-Casco honored over a dozen alumni in attendance, including Tim Jorgenson, who was presented a framed number 34 jersey with it now retired in Spartan baseball.  







Luxemburg-Casco track finishes in the middle of NEC

The Luxemburg-Casco track teams finished fourth and fifth place in the North Eastern Conference Championships on Friday on their home track.


Little Chute and Freedom battled each other for the top spots in both the girls and the boys, with the former actually sharing the team crown.


On the girls' side, the team's 4x400m relay was the lone event champion for the Spartans. Grace Seering took second place in the 300m hurdles and Lydia Morozov matched her in the 200m.


For the boys, Trace Schoenbeck finished in third place in the 100m, matching Lane Ledvina's success in the high jump. Trevor Beaupre was the top finisher for the Spartans with a second place finish in the triple jump. 


Click here for the full results




1) Freedom 161.50

1) Little Chute 161.50

3) Fox Valley Lutheran 113

4) Luxemburg-Casco 75

5) Wrightstown 60

6) Oconto Falls 52

7) Denmark 40

8) Marinette 19

9) Waupaca 14

10) Clintonville


1) Little Chute 157

2) Freedom 142.50

3) Waupaca 70.50

4) Fox Valley Lutheran 65.50

5) Luxemburg-Casco 64.50

6) Oconto Falls 60

7) Denmark 56

8) Marinette 47

9) Clintonville 31

10) Wrightstown 8

Spartans softball efficient with hits in victory

Two runs and three hits proved to be enough as the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans softball team were outhit but not outscored by Oconto Falls in a 2-1 victory.


Sacrifices by Josie Dorner in the first inning and Kate Van Ess in the fourth inning were the only runs they could muster against Panthers pitcher Maddy Maloney. She tried doing her part to help her cause, collecting two of the seven Panthers' hits. A seventh inning RBI by Izzy Otto was the only run scored by the Panthers, who were kept in check by Erin Cherovsky. In seven innings, Cherovsky allowed one run (1 ER) while striking out one. 

Spartan baseball hosts Foxes in doubleheader on 104.1 WRLU Saturday

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans play host to the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes on Saturday in a North Eastern Conference baseball doubleheader.


The Spartans (8-5, 11-5 overall) are coming off a 5-0 shutout of the Ripon Tigers in non-conference play on Thursday, while Fox Valley Lutheran (8-5, 9-9 overall) fell to the Freedom Irish 6-0 on Monday night.


Tied for fourth place in the NEC, both teams are looking to finish the regular season finishes up.  Coach Dan Routhieaux says the competition in the NEC is strong, and the Ripon game is a good precursor to the upcoming WIAA tournament.



The pregame show for the first game will begin at 10:45 a.m. Saturday with the first pitch set for 11 a.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  The second game will start about 15 minutes after the opener with both games on-air and streamed at New Radio Sports Network.  Paul Schmitt and Eric Fischer will have the call from the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex. 


You can listen to the entire interview with Coach Routhieaux on the podcast page here.  

Spartans soccer devours Tigers

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team defended their home pitch on Thursday night, beating Ripon 2-0.


Emi Kuhn registered a brace for the Spartans, scoring once on a breakaway and another from the top of the penalty area. It was the second multi-goal game for Kuhn in seven days. The Spartans' defense and midfield made it an easy night for goalkeeper Ashley Fameree, who faced no shots on goal from the Tigers for another easy clean sheet. 


Picture courtesy of Ron LeCloux, anecdote courtesy of Becky Lemens

Luxemburg-Casco hosts NEC track meet

Luxemburg-Casco will be the hosts of Friday's NorthEastern Conference Track Meet with their eyes on potentially winning it.


Clintonville, Denmark, Fox Valley Lutheran, Freedom, Little Chute, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Waupaca, and Wrightstown are all scheduled to compete when the first events begin at 3:30 p.m. 


Like many meets were on Tuesday, the Spartans only had a few athletes able to complete their events at West De Pere due to the rainy conditions. Trace Schoenbeck was not one of those athletes, but his time was fast enough to earn the Spartans' lone event win. Sienna Blohowiak and Claire DuChateau posted the best placement for the girls, coming in fourth place in the 100m and the 1600m, respectively.


Picture courtesy of Ron LeCloux

Spartans softball clobbers Mustangs

The Luxemburg-Casco softball team put up crooked numbers in four of the five innings they played on Thursday to easily beat Little Chute 13-0.


The Spartans jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning thanks to two of the Mustangs' seven errors on the afternoon plus run-scoring hits by Kate Van Ess and Maggie Hanmann. After being held scoreless in the second inning, the Spartans would take the drama out of it in the third inning with five runs before tacking on three more in fourth inning and another two in the fatal fifth inning.


Josie Dorner led the Spartans with a 3-4 day that saw her drive in three runs. Kacie Jorgensen and Anna Vandermause each drove in a pair and Erin Cherovsky, Hanmann, and Van Ess also added RBI. Baylee Wypiszenski sparkled from the circle, allowing just two hits across five innings while striking out five.


The Spartans are back in action Friday when they play Oconto Falls at home at 4:30 p.m.


Picture by Ron LeCloux

Luxemburg-Casco baseball shuts out Ripon

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans baseball team traveled to Ripon for a non-conference game on Thursday, prevailing 5-0.


The leading hitters were Landon Derenne and Michael Bostwick, both of whom had two hits. Gage Delcore and Drew Bandow also collected hits for the Spartans. Jake Chervenka pitched a solid 5 2/3 innings to get the win.


The Spartans are back in action again Saturday with a doubleheader against Fox Valley Lutheran. The first pitch is at 11 a.m., with Paul Schmitt calling the game on 104.1 WRLU at 10:45 a.m.

Luxemburg-Casco golf team comes up empty at Stu Anderson Invitational

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team placed none of its members in the top 10 at Thursday's Stu Anderson Invitational at River Island GC in Oconto Falls.


The Spartans finished last in the nine-team meet with a score of 403. They finished 17 strokes behind eighth-place Oconto Falls 2 and nearly 90 strokes behind first-place De Pere.


Sophomore Stanley Peot led the way with a score of 88, which was good for 19th place overall. You can find the full results here.

Schoenbeck leads Spartans at rain-shortened West De Pere track meet

The Luxemburg-Casco track team accumulated a half-dozen personal record dozens at Tuesday's West De Pere track meet before Mother Nature called things short.


Trace Schoenbeck was not one of those athletes, but his time was fast enough to earn the Spartans' lone event win. Sienna Blohowiak and Claire DuChateau posted the best placement for the girls, coming in fourth place in the 100m and the 1600m, respectively.


Mens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

1.12Trace Schoenbeck11.37aLuxemburg-Casco

15.11Michael Morozov12.58aLuxemburg-Casco


110m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

5.10Mason Trimberger16.89aLuxemburg-Casco

13.11Matthew Brand18.68aLuxemburg-Casco


4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


Alex DeGrave


Kory Jansen


Derek Christoph


Wyatt Bailey




Womens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.9Sienna Blohowiak13.18aPRLuxemburg-Casco

9.12Gabrielle Wech13.60aLuxemburg-Casco


1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.9Claire DuChateau5:40.38aPRLuxemburg-Casco

9.11Grace Havel5:59.17aPRLuxemburg-Casco


100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

5.12Grace Seering17.24aSRLuxemburg-Casco

13.9Maria Morozov19.54aPRLuxemburg-Casco


4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


Lexi Polster


Karley Beyer


Emily Tassoul


Ellison Bosman




Shot Put Varsity - Finals

13.10Kiley Georgel26-11.50PRLuxemburg-Casco

14.11Campbell Onell25-04.50Luxemburg-Casco

Golf teams in action Thursday

After dodging raindrops earlier in the week, the area's golf teams will hit the course on Thursday.


Luxemburg-Casco will meet De Pere, Little Chute, Marinette, Notre Dame Academy, Oconto Falls, Pulaski, and Seymour at River Island Golf Course in Oconto Falls at 10 a.m.


The Packerland Conference will make its next tour stop at Wander Springs Golf Course in Greenleaf, where Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay will compete beginning at 11 a.m.