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Spartans cruise to 38-14 homecoming win over Marinette on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans remained undefeated Friday night with a convincing 38-14 victory over the Marinette Marines in a North Eastern Conference game before a homecoming crowd at the Sports Complex.


The Spartans scored on an Isaac VandenBush touchdown run early in the first quarter.  That touchdown by VandenBush set the career-record for touchdowns in school history with 36.  VandenBush would add another touchdown in the first quarter on a 33 yard run to give the Spartans an early 14-0 lead.


Marinette bounced back with a long drive and a punishing running game to close within 14-6 on an Adam Lemery five-yard touchdown scramble with 7:46 left in the first half.


Responding with two more touchdown runs by VandenBush, including a 76-yard scamper with under a minute left in the half, the Spartans opened up a big 28-6 lead.


After a fumble, Spartan kicker John Larson hit a 36-yard field goal as time expired in the half to make the score 31-6.


VandenBush added his fourth touchdown of the night (39th career) early in the second half and the Spartans cruised to the 38-14 victory.


Luxemburg-Casco (3-0, 6-0 overall) will now travel to Kingford, Michigan next Friday to take on the Flivvers in a NEC matchup.  The broadcast will start at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on the 



Photos courtesy of Ron LeCloux


Spartans' Havel top 10 at Mishicot

Gabe Havel continued his strong season on Thursday to lead the Luxemburg-Casco cross country teams at the Jim Bremser Invitational hosted by Mishicot.


His 17:22 5K time was good for tenth place overall as the Spartans scored 169 points. Madilyn Bevins took her turn leading the girls' team, finishing in 30th overall with 21:42. The girls took ninth with 202 points. The Spartans' JV Girls team was able to break through the stacked field of some of the top cross country schools in the region to win its own title. 


Picture courtesy of L-C Cross Country



1 10 559 Gabe Havel 00:17:22.01 10

2 30 561 Hudson Thiry 00:18:23.29 30

3 32 557 Lance Cherovsky 00:18:28.24 32

4 36 560 Michael Otradovec 00:18:35.65 36

5 62 563 Weiss Waege 00:19:26.93 61

6 71 583 Eric Van Ess 00:19:43.34 (70)

7 74 574 Reagan Doell 00:19:47.51 (73)



1 31 564 Madilyn Bevins 00:21:42.06 30

2 36 569 Megan Vandermause 00:21:53.62 35

3 39 570 Ella Wessel 00:22:12.94 38

4 49 565 Micaela Boucher 00:22:36.95 48

5 52 566 Alyssa Delebreau 00:22:39.88 51

6 58 587 Vicki Christoph 00:22:47.19 (57)

7 61 591 Grace Havel 00:23:07.95 (60)



1 10 580 Kyan Lynts 00:19:39.14 10

2 29 577 Isaac Jerabek 00:20:39.70 22

3 48 581 Michael Morozov 00:21:00.11 39

4 56 578 Hunter Joniaux 00:21:13.86 43

5 62 573 Caleb Delebreau 00:21:23.05 46

6 79 579 TJ Kuhn 00:22:00.98 (56)

7 106 572 Alex DeGrave 00:23:53.70 (68) 



1 2 605 Grace Seering 00:22:29.76 1

2 3 604 McKenna Rank 00:22:36.59 2

3 5 585 Cady Bevins 00:23:24.82 4

4 8 595 Eva Junion 00:23:41.68 6

5 9 607 Madyson VanArk 00:23:46.17 7

6 21 603 Elizabeth Rank 00:24:14.09 (18)

7 22 606 Cadence Trimberger 00:24:14.84 (19)

Spartans crush Truckers, cancer in Pink Out match

Cancer and the Clintonville Truckers did not stand a chance against Luxemburg-Casco as they cruised to a 3-0 victory in NEC volleyball action Thursday.


The Spartans dominated from start to finish, taking the sets by scores of 25-9, 25-11, 25-15. The team improved to a perfect 4-0 in NEC volleyball play while also raising thousands for Raising Hope, a non-profit that provides assistance for cancer patients.


Leading the way for the Spartans were Emma Johnson (34 assists), Autumn Flynn (13 kills and 4 aces), Campbell Onell (11 Kills), and Brooke Vande Hei (16 digs). 


"I really like the energy and focus our girls played with tonight.  It was Pink Out Night, what a great atmosphere and unbelievable support tonight.  It’s amazing to see our community rally and support such an amazing cause.  It was a great night!!," said Jeff Frey after the team's 22nd win of the season.


Picture courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco volleyball

Spartans host Marinette in homecoming on WBDK

The undefeated Luxemburg-Casco Spartans host the Marinette Marines in a North Eastern Conference game Friday night.  The Spartans (2-0, 5-0 overall) are coming off a dominating performance late last Friday with an impressive 42-7 win over Little Chute.  Marinette (0-2, 0-5 overall) lost on the road 26-8 to Denmark last week.  L-C head coach Neil Seering says his team is playing well but still has a long way to go and can still improve a lot.



Friday’s game is homecoming at the Luxemburg-Casco High School with the court formally announced at halftime.  Paul Schmitt and Tyler Thrune will have the call starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on the 


Listen to the full interview with Spartan Coach Neil Seering here.



(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball to pink out against Clintonville

After competing in the tough Adidas Charger Challenge over the weekend, the Luxemburg-Casco volleyball reenters NEC play with a match against Clintonville on Thursday.


The Spartans went 3-2 in during their challenging weekend, beating the likes of Oshkosh West, Franklin, and Arrowhead while falling to Germantown and Brookfield East. The team has not dropped a conference match since 2019 after starting this year off 3-0 in NEC Play. 


The Truckers are 7-15 overall and 1-2 in conference action.  They have lost at least their last two matches, including a 3-1 decision earlier this week to Peshtigo.


It is the 13th Annual Pink Out Night where the volleyball team raises money for Ribbon of Hope. The organization supports families in Northeast Wisconsin battling Breast Cancer. Several activities are planned for the match which begins at 7 p.m.

Spartans soccer scores late to defeat Denmark

Luxemburg-Casco grabbed their second win of the season when they defeated Denmark 2-1 on Tuesday. At the 37’ mark, the Spartans got on the board with a goal from Rigoberto Caseres. Zak Patek got the assist. Just a minute later, Denmark scored with a Ryan Bradley goal, and that was the only time they’d score all game. 


When the game got to the 75th minute, Cameron Rombaugh scored the deciding goal for Luxemburg-Casco. Matthew Ledvina had three saves for the Spartans in the victory. The Spartans host Freedom in their next game on Friday. 

Spartans soccer set to host Denmark

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will try to get to multiple wins on Tuesday when they face off with Denmark at home. The Spartans are 1-7 at this point in the season and are yet to win in September. Denmark comes into the game looking for their rhythm as well. They are 0-2 so far. Tuesday’s contest will take place at 6:30 PM.

L-C Fishing Team competes in final tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco Fishing Team competed in its final tournament of the year over the weekend at Clark Lake.


Elliott took first among his teammates with a weight of 10.30 lbs for his three fish. That total was buoyed by one smallie weighing in at 4.2 pounds. Isaac took second with a  three-fish total of  8.4lbs and Ethan finished a close third with a three-fish total of 8.2lbs. Nathan caught one fish for 2.6lbs.



Spartans soccer struggles in Port Washington

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team could not get their offense going in a pair of losses over the weekend in Port Washington.


The Spartans were shut out in its first game on Friday 6-0 against Madison Edgewood. Things did not get much better in its second game of the weekend as they lost their match against Port Washington 10-1. Rigoberto Caseres scored the only goal of the weekend for the Spartans, knocking it in past the Port Washington keeper after receiving the pass from Hayden Koss in the 13th minute after falling behind 3-0.

Spartans battle at Charger Tournament

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team ran into tough competition over the weekend at the Charger Tournament.


The Spartans finished tied for 21st place with a 3-2 record. In pool play, the Spartans beat Oshkosh West 25-16, 25-16 and Arrowhead 22-25, 25-22, 15-9 before falling to Germantown 18-25, 22-25. The Spartans lost a three-way tiebreaker, falling all the way to the bronze bracket. In the bronze bracket, the Spartans lost to Brookfield East 25-22, 23-25, 17-19 before ending their weekend with a win over Franklin 25-15, 17-25, 15-6. 


Top performers included Emma Johnson (110 assists, 22 Digs, 7 Blocks), Grace Holschuh (39 Kills and 18 Digs), Autumn Flynn (26 Kills and 12 Blocks), and Brooke Vande Hei (39 Kills). 


"This is always a really competitive tournament, and while we lost a couple of really tight and intense matches, I loved the fight in our girls, they battled all weekend.  It’s a great measuring stick for us and will help as we move into the 2nd half of the season," said Spartans head coach Jeff Frey. 

Spartans dominate Little Chute on WBDK to stay undefeated

The undefeated Luxemburg-Casco Spartans left little doubt against Little Chute on Friday night on which L-C team is the forerunner in the North Eastern Conference.  The Spartans dismantled the Mustangs 42-7 in front of a packed Luxemburg- Casco Sports Complex that saw fireworks before, during, and after the game.  The capacity Veteran’s and Youth Night crowd was entertained by pre-game ceremonies, a stellar Spartan performance, and a fireworks display after the game.


The Spartans struck early after Ryan Routhieaux took the opening kick-off 57 yards to set up a 3-yard touchdown run by Isaac VandenBush with 10:35 left in the first quarter.


The scoring in the second quarter saw the Spartans put up three scores to take a commanding 28-0 lead into halftime.  The scoring included a Routhieaux 4-yard run, a two-yard scamper by Owen DePrez, and a 9-yard pass from DePrez to Evan Dorner.


VandenBush scored again in the third quarter on a five-yard run making the score 35-0 and starting a continuous clock.  That touchdown was VandenBush’s 35th career touchdown, tying him with Joe Majeski for the all-time record in Spartan football history.   


Routhieaux capped off a career night with a 97-yard fumble return for a touchdown with 3:25 left in the third quarter.  He also had an interception earlier in the game as the Spartans capitalized on four Little Chute turnovers. 


The Mustangs scored late in the third quarter on a three-yard run by Drew Josten, but that was all they could muster against the Spartan defense all night long.


 Little Chute falls to 1-2 in the North Eastern Conference and 2-3 overall.


Next Friday will be Homecoming for Luxemburg-Casco against Marinette as the Spartans (2-0, 5-0 overall) look to keep their undefeated season going.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on the  


(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)





Spartans finish long week strong at Valders

The third race this week still ended fruitful for the Luxemburg-Casco cross country teams at Valders on Thursday.


The girls had four runners finish in the top 20 to give the Spartans a fourth place finish with 90 points. Megan Vandermause led the way with a 22:27 5k time, which was good for 12th place overall. 


The boys snagged second place with 112 points, getting doubled up by Valders in the final team scores. Gabe Havel led the way again for the Spartans, running a 5K time of 18:11 to finish in ninth place. Spencer Thiry also posted a top 20 time with an 18:55. 



9442Gabe HavelLuxemburg-CascoM000:18:11.10

19446Spencer ThiryLuxemburg-CascoM000:18:55.27

23440Lance CherovskyLuxemburg-CascoM000:19:43.00

29444Michael OtradovecLuxemburg-CascoM000:19:55.30

36445Hudson ThiryLuxemburg-CascoM000:20:13.88

48447Weiss WaegeLuxemburg-CascoM000:20:49.25

51441Reagan DoellLuxemburg-CascoM000:20:57.36

53443Kyan LyntsLuxemburg-CascoM000:21:04.20



12454Megan VandermauseLuxemburg-CascoF000:22:27.68

14453Lydia MorozovLuxemburg-CascoF000:22:51.44

16455Ella WesselLuxemburg-CascoF000:22:52.87

20448Madilyn BevinsLuxemburg-CascoF000:23:00.42

28449Micaela BoucherLuxemburg-CascoF000:23:36.05

31451Alyssa DelebreauLuxemburg-CascoF000:23:46.74

36473Grace HavelLuxemburg-CascoF000:24:11.58

DNS452Sophie MlezivaLuxemburg-CascoF0



Spartans host Mustangs in "Battle of the LCs" on WBDK

The undefeated Luxemburg-Casco Spartan football team hosts the Little Chute Mustangs in a North Eastern Conference game Friday night.  The Spartans (1-0, 4-0 overall) are coming off a dominating performance late last Friday with a 40-21 rout that saw Luxemburg-Casco score 26 unanswered points to end the game.


Little Chute (1-1, 2-2 overall) is coming off a 31-27 victory over Denmark last week.  Spartan head coach Neil Seering says his team is ready for the challenge this week against a balanced Mustang team that is led by senior quarterback Kade Van Asten.



Friday’s game is Veterans and Youth Night at the Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on the 


Listen to the full interview with Spartan Coach Neil Seering here.

Spartans golf tees off in Oconto Falls

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team heads northwest on Thursday for a Northeastern Conference triangular among its member schools.


Little Chute and host Oconto Falls will battle the Spartans at River Island Golf Course in Oconto Falls beginning at 2 p.m.





Luxemburg-Casco cross country having fun ahead of Valders meet

While it is all business between the start and finish lines, there are plenty of smiles on the Luxemburg-Casco cross country team.


It is easy to smile with the success they have had so far this year with both the boys and girls' squad bringing home plaques for finishing in the top 3 in addition to individual accolades. It is also easy to smile when you are seeing personal records fall on a consistent basis up and down your roster. The cross country teams also know how to have fun by going on team outings to the beach, campgrounds, and most recently to Hillside Apples in Casco. Head cross country Katie Waege says having fun is an important aspect to bring out during the course of the long season.

The Spartans will tackle a challenging course on Thursday when they join the likes of Sevastopol, Plymouth, and Chilton at the Valders Invitational. The first race begins at 3 p.m. You can listen to the rest of our interview with Waege on the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans Central podcast feed.




St. Mary's Catholic- 9/13 (Overall Place, Team Points, Number, Name, School, Team Place)


65127Madi BevinsLuxemburg-Casco21:531

76154Megan VandermauseLuxemburg-Casco22:132

87144Lydia MorozovLuxemburg-Casco22:223

98142Sophia MlezivaLuxemburg-Casco22:284

1110155Ella WesselLuxemburg-Casco22:485

1312130Vicki ChristophLuxemburg-Casco23:106

1514131Alyssa DelebreauLuxemburg-Casco23:197

190129Micaela BoucherLuxemburg-Casco23:428

200135Grace HavelLuxemburg-Casco23:479

220149Elizabeth RankLuxemburg-Casco23:5510

230150McKenna RankLuxemburg-Casco23:5911

270139Eva JunionLuxemburg-Casco24:0612

300153Madyson VanArkLuxemburg-Casco24:1613

310151Grace SeeringLuxemburg-Casco24:2314

320126Cady BevinsLuxemburg-Casco24:2315

340128Karley BeyerLuxemburg-Casco24:3316

360147Lexi PolsterLuxemburg-Casco24:4017

430145Haley PayeLuxemburg-Casco25:2318

450136Heather IversonLuxemburg-Casco25:5419

490134Addisen DuboisLuxemburg-Casco26:2020

510125Charley AndersonLuxemburg-Casco26:2921

520137Savannah JandrinLuxemburg-Casco26:4522

590140Emmie KalliesLuxemburg-Casco28:0523

620138Taylor JandrinLuxemburg-Casco28:5324

640133Claire DePeauLuxemburg-Casco29:1825

720146Evelyn PeotLuxemburg-Casco31:0226

770132Emma DelebreauLuxemburg-Casco31:3227



44113Gabe HavelLuxemburg-Casco00:17:551

99122Spencer ThiryLuxemburg-Casco00:18:502

1313106Lance CherovskyLuxemburg-Casco00:19:243

1616119Michael OtradovecLuxemburg-Casco00:19:394

2020121Hudson ThiryLuxemburg-Casco00:20:005

2222124Weiss WaegeLuxemburg-Casco00:20:006

2928117Kyan LyntsLuxemburg-Casco00:20:487

310109Reagan DoellLuxemburg-Casco00:20:548

340110Noah GilsonLuxemburg-Casco00:21:049

370123Eric Van EssLuxemburg-Casco00:21:1110

430114Isaac JerabekLuxemburg-Casco00:21:3911

450118Michael MorozovLuxemburg-Casco00:21:5212

540120Blake RobillardLuxemburg-Casco00:22:3413

570115Hunter JoniauxLuxemburg-Casco00:22:3814

580108Caleb DelebreauLuxemburg-Casco00:22:4015

640116TJ KuhnLuxemburg-Casco00:22:5516

830112Hank GoldsmithLuxemburg-Casco00:25:1417

860107Alex DeGraveLuxemburg-Casco00:25:2618



Spartans volleyball sweep Wrightstown

Luxemburg-Casco kept their roll going when they defeated Wrightstown in three sets on Tuesday. The Spartans dominated set one, 25-6. Luxemburg-Casco also handled the following sets by 25-14 and 25-16 scores. Some of Tuesday's leaders include Emma Johnson who had 26 assists to help Autumn Flynn who had 10 kills, Grace Holschuh who had 9, and Kylie Hanson who had 8. Brooke Vande Hei had 9 digs.  


Including tournament matches, Luxemburg-Casco has an 18-3 overall record. They also have a week off before returning to play Clintonville at home next Thursday. That matchup will begin at 7:00 PM. 

Spartans edged by Marinette

Luxemburg-Casco had their lead stolen from them in the second half by Marinette in their 5-3 loss on Tuesday. The Spartans had a 3-2 lead on the road at the halfway point but Marinette grabbed three goals in the opening seven minutes of the second half, to make the score 5-3, and the goals would stall from there. 


Marinette opened the scoring at the 4’ mark and the Spartans netted the next two goals at the 12’ and 35’ marks to make the score 2-1. Scoring the first two Spartans’ goals were Rigoberto Caseres with a Daniel Rosales assist and Hayden Koss got a goal on a free-kick. Marinette’ scored just four minutes later but Caseres got his second goal of the game just three minutes before the half. Luxemburg-Casco’s next game will be at home against Denmark on Tuesday.

Spartans soccer treks to Marinette

Luxemburg-Casco Spartans boys soccer will try to get their second win of the season when they face Marinette on the road. The Spartans are coming off of a pair of 3-0 defeats in their last two games. The Spartans are 1-5 overall on the season and their opponent, Marinette, is 1-4. Tuesday’s game will begin at 4:30 PM. 

Luxemburg-Casco girls' golf battles local foes Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco girls' golf team will hit the links early in Oconto Falls on Monday.


Other teams competing at River Island Golf Course include Bonduel, Denmark, Marinette, N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto Falls, Pulaski, Seymour, Shawano Community, and Wrightstown. 


Tee time is set for 10 a.m.

Luxemburg-Casco, Kewaunee cross country start week racing

Both the Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee cross country teams are scheduled to start the week toeing the line in Neenah.


The Spartans and Storm will also face Ashwaubenon, Hilbert, Mishicot, Randolph, St. Lawrence Seminary, St. Mary Catholic, and Wrightstown in the girls' only invite.


The Spartans are coming off a win at the Chilton Invitational where the entire team scoring in the race finished in the top 10. The Storm did not have enough runners to score in their meet hosted by Roncalli.


The gun fires for the race start at 4:30 p.m.


Picture courtesy of L-C Cross Country

Spartans dominate Tiger Invite

The Luxemburg-Casco varsity cross-country team swept the competition in Chilton on Friday, garnering first place in the varsity boys and girls divisions. In the boys division, five Spartans cracked the top ten. Gabe Havel got second place and Spencer Thiry got third. Lance Cherovsky took sixth and Hudson Thiry finished in seventh. Rounding out the top ten was Michael Otradovec. Also getting into the top twenty are Weiss Waege and Kyan Lynts. 


In the girls division, the Spartans also had five runners make it into the top ten. In order, places two through four went to Megan Vandermause, Madilyn Bevins, and Sophie Mleziva. Lydia Morozov placed sixth and Ella Wessel finished in eighth place. Alyssa Delebreau placed just outside of the top ten, getting eleventh. Micaela Boucher got thirteenth. 


Placing second and third behind the Spartans boys team was Chilton and Wrightstown. In the girls division, the Spartans led Elhart Lake-Glenbeulah and Chilton. The Spartans also won both divisions in junior varsity, the middle school boys team won and the girls middle school team got second place.  

Spartans pull away from Wrightstown on WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans kept their perfect record intact with a big 40-21 road conference win over Wrightstown Friday night.  The Spartans overcame a slow start to pull away by scoring four unanswered touchdowns in the final 13 minutes.

Wrightstown took the opening drive down for a score to go up 7-0 in the first quarter before the Spartans responded on a three-yard run by Isaac VandenBush with 6:17 left in the second quarter.  A missed extra point left the score 7-6 and the Tigers converted on a two-yard run by Isiah Pennenberg right before halftime to take a 14-6 lead into intermission.

The Spartans survived a fumbled kick-off to start the second half when Wrightstown missed a 40-yard field goal attempt.  L-C then pulled even with the Tigers 14-14 on a 35-yard pass from Owen Deprez to Ryan Routhieaux and a two-point conversion.

After the Tigers scored a touchdown with two minutes left in the third quarter, VandenBush responded with a huge 64-yard touchdown run with 31 seconds left in the quarter.  A mishandled snap on the extra-point attempt kept the Spartans behind at 21-20. 

The fourth quarter was all Spartans as Deprez hit Routhieaux from 26 yards out to give L-C a 26-21 lead with 6:47.  VandenBush added two more TD runs of six yards and 16 yards to put the game away.

A Routhieaux interception with 2:53 left salted away the prolonged and penalty-ridden game for the Spartans.

Luxemburg-Casco (1-0, 4-0 overall) will now host Little Chute next Friday night on Veterans and Youth Night.  Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt will have the call starting at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kick-off set for 7 pm on 96.7FM WBDK.  The game audio can also be streamed on the  



Spartans soccer continue to search for second win Friday

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team hopes their second W of the season can be found under the lights Friday night in Peshtigo. 


The Spartans have only been able to win one time so far in 2021 in a match against Algoma. Earlier this week, the Spartans fell to Wrightstown 3-0 after snapping their previous four-match losing streak.


The Bulldogs come into the game on short rest, losing to Kiel on Thursday 4-2.


The game is set to begin at 7 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco cross country competes at Chilton Friday

The Luxemburg-Casco cross country teams will face some familiar competition on Friday when they run at Chilton.


The Spartans have encountered some of the teams in the field, which include Cedar Grove-Belgium, Chilton, Denmark, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Hilbert, Southern Door, and Wrightstown, in previous races.


Both the boys and the girls finished just below the top half of the field at the De Pere Invitational. Spencer Thiry and Megan Vandermause posted the fastest times on the 5K course for the Spartans.


The gun fires for the first race at 4 p.m.

Spartans volleyball sweeps Oconto Falls

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team only let one set get close in its 3-0 win over Oconto Falls on Thursday.


The Spartans easily took the first two sets from the Panthers 25-14 and 25-7 before riding it out in the third set 25-22. 


Leading the way for the Spartans were Emma Johnson (29 assists), Kylie Hanson (12 kills), Brooke Vande Hei (10 digs), and Isabella Otradovec (six kills and four blocks).


The Spartans will head south on Saturday for a tournament featuring Beaver Dam,
Campbellsport, Holmen, Hortonville, Mayville, Monona Grove, and New Holstein. First match is set for 8 a.m.


Picture from L-C Volleyball on Facebook