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Luxemburg-Casco High School

Spartans travel to Winneconne to face Wolves in soccer match

The Luxemburg Casco Spartans soccer team has turned their season around, and will take on a non-conference opponent in the Winneconne Wolves. 

 

The Spartans (3-3-1 NEC, 5-7-2 Overall), have been very impressive in the second half of the season so far, as in their last 5 games they are 3-0-2 and have not lost since September 16th against Port Washington. Luxemburg Casco will have a chance to add to that impressive streak as they head on the road to Winneconne. 

 

Winneconne (1-3 ECC, 6-7-2 Overall), has fallen off in the East Central Conference after a strong start to the year. Unlike the Spartans, and nearly the opposite, the Wolves are 1-5-1 in their last seven matches, and will be looking to finally get back towards their winning ways as they were in the beginning of the season. 

 

The match is set to begin at 4:30 in Winneconne.

Spartans play host to NEC foe Waupaca

The Luxemburg Casco Spartans are undefeated in their NEC schedule so far, and will look to keep the winning streak alive against the Waupaca Comets. 

 

The Spartans (6-0 NEC, 21-8 Overall), are once again proving that they will be tough to beat when it comes playoff time, as they are currently leading the NEC, and will be facing their hardest competition yet. The Comets of Waupaca currently sit tied for second in the NEC, and if they could pull the upset, would be sitting tied with the Spartans. Luxemburg Casco has played teams from all over the state however, once again strengthening their resume and their ability for a long run in the playoffs. 

 

Waupaca (5-1 NEC, 13-6 Overall), has had a very impressive season to date, with only losing one match so far in NEC play. Their one loss has come to the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes, in a surprising 3-0 sweep. 

 

The match is set for 7:00 P.M. in Luxemburg Casco. 

Spartans fall just short against Denmark on 96.7 WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans rallied but came up short Friday night in losing to the Denmark Vikings 35-30 in North Eastern Conference football action at Leiterman Field on 96.7 WBDK. 

The Spartans trailed by as many as 19 points in the second half and struggled to contain Denmark’s explosive special teams.

Viking running back Nolan Perry scored three touchdowns, including two 90-yard kickoff returns for scores to lead the Vikings.

Ryan Routhieaux had a huge game for L-C, scoring on a 70-yard punt return and returning a fumble 55 yards in the fourth quarter to cut Denmark's lead to five points.

Denmark opened the scoring on a 15-yard scamper by Reis Johnson with 5:55 left in the first quarter.  The Spartans tied it on a 40-yard pass from freshman quarterback Brayden Loritz to Braeden Schley before Perry returned the ensuing kickoff for one of his three scores.

George Herlache kicked a 26-yard field goal to cut the lead to 14-10 with 8:16 left in the half, but Denmark would score twice more before intermission to take a commanding 28-10 lead.

Routhieaux electrified the Spartan faithful with his 70-yard punt return to make it 28-16, only to see Perry take the kickoff back for his second TD return of the night with 9:34 left in the third quarter.

Spartan Chris VanderWielen scored on a seven-yard run with 7:22 left in the third quarter to cut the Viking lead to 35-23.

The Spartans had a few chances late but could not get the ball past midfield in the final minutes, as Denmark secured their homecoming win.

Denmark (3-2, 4-3) will now take on Freedom next week, while Luxemburg-Casco (2-3, 4-3 overall) will host Fox Valley Lutheran next Friday night.

 (photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 

Wolves, Spartans play to draw

Luxemburg-Casco and Algoma played to a 1-1 draw Friday night in non-conference soccer action.

 

In the 35th minute, Luxemburg-Casco's Johan Amador buried the feed from Asbel Vilchez-Ruiz to make it 1-0 in favor of the Spartans. The Wolves were able to break through in the 68th minute when Zack Kirchman scored the unassisted goal. 

 

Goalkeepers Quentin Massart (L-C) and Cole Younk (Algoma) each made two saves.

Wolves, Spartans play to draw

Luxemburg-Casco and Algoma played to a 1-1 draw Friday night in non-conference soccer action.

 

In the 35th minute, Luxemburg-Casco's Johan Amador buried the feed from Asbel Vilchez-Ruiz to make it 1-0 in favor of the Spartans. The Wolves were able to break through in the 68th minute when Zack Kirchman scored the unassisted goal. 

 

Goalkeepers Quentin Massart (L-C) and Cole Younk (Algoma) each made two saves.

Havel, Bevins pace Spartans at Pulaski Polka Grounds

In Pulaski, the Luxemburg-Casco girls took 9th with 226 points and the boys took seventh with 194 points at the Red Raider Invitational. Notre Dame won both divisions.

 

In the girls' race, Madi Bevins led the with a time of 20:44 on the 5K course, which was good for 18th overall. 

 

Results (Name, Year, Place, Points, Time)

Madi Bevins [12] 18 18 20:14.5

Sophia Mleziva [11] 43 40 21:14.5

McKenna Rank [10] 46 42 21:22.1

Grace Havel [10] 63 59 22:09.0

Cady Bevins [10] 72 67 22:39.1

Lexi Polster [10] 73 (68) 22:40.1

Grace Seering [11] 74  (69) 22:45.0

Karley Beyer [10] 77 22:54.6

 

In the boys' race, Spencer Thiry posted the best time for the Spartans with a time of 16:43, which was good for eighth overall. 

 

Spencer Thiry [12] 9 9 16:43.0

Gabe Havel [12] 13 13 16:53.3

Kyan Lynts [10] 52 49 18:08.8

Hudson Thiry [10] 58 55 18:20.6

Derek Christoph [9] 72 68 18:46.0

Reagan Doell [10] 82 (77) 19:02.5

Lance Chervosky [11] 84 (79) 19:06.9

Jonathan Salentine [10] 96 19:56.7

L-C volleyball topples cancer, Panthers

The Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team won its second breast cancer awareness game in as many weeks on Thursday night, beating Oconto Falls in three straight sets. 

 

The Spartans won the match by scores of 25-13, 25-10, 25-22 to improve their record to 21-8/6-0.

 

Standing out for the Spartans against the Panthers were Alayna Deprez (31 assists and 12 digs), Kylie Hanson (13 kills and 11 digs), Autumn Flynn (10 kills), Jacinda Bennett (7 kills and 5 blocks), and Brooke VandeHei (15 digs).

 

Head coach Jeff Frey really liked the way came out played on Thursday, adding " We were ready to play and I thought our seniors did a great job leading the way tonight."

Spartans travel to Denmark on 96.7 WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans will look to bounce back Friday night as they travel to Denmark to take on the Vikings in North Eastern Conference football action. 

 

Falling to Freedom 26-14 last week in a homecoming game, Luxemburg-Casco (2-2, 4-2 overall) will have to control the Vikings’ running attack.  Denmark (2-2, 3-3) has twin threats in Nolan Perry with 517 rushing yards and five touchdowns and Rheis Johnson with 331 yards and seven TDs.

 

The Spartans will have to find a way to replace injured quarterback Max Ronsman, who is L-C’s leading rusher with 662 yards and 10 touchdowns, along with his seven passing TDs.  Junior Landon Derene and freshman Brayden Loritz played after Ronsman went down early in the second quarter against Freedom.

 

With both teams sporting a 2-2 record in the NEC, Friday’s game will be a big step towards the winner becoming playoff-eligible for the WIAA tournament. 

 

The game will be broadcast on 96.7 WBDK and New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt, and Reece Robillard on the call starting at 6:45 pm and kick off at 7 pm.

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 

L-C volleyball visit Oconto Falls for Got Pink game

A week after hosting its own breast cancer awareness volleyball match, Luxemburg-Casco will take on Oconto Falls Thursday night.

 

The Spartans played in its most difficult conference match in years on Tuesday, beating Freedom 21-25, 25-23, 25-19, 27-25. It was only the second set the Spartans have lost in the conference since 2019. 

 

The Panthers saw their six-match winning streak snapped on Tuesday, losing in straight sets to Fox Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.

 

First serve is scheduled for 7 p.m. 

Spartans cross country polka over to Pulaski

The Luxemburg-Casco cross country team will kick off their Sunday shoes for Thursday spikes with a cross country meet in Pulaski.

 

The Spartans will dance over to the Pulaski Polka Grounds for an invitational featuring Ashwaubenon, Bay Port, Coleman, Gillett, Green Bay East, Green Bay Preble, Green Bay Southwest, Green Bay West, Hortonville, Kiel, Menasha, New London, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Pulaski, Shawano Community and West De Pere. First varsity race is scheduled for 4:50 p.m. (girls) followed by another at 5:20 p.m. (boys).

Spartan Volleyball stays undefeated in NEC

In Luxemburg, The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans defeated the Freedom Irish 3-1 to stay undefeated in the North Eastern Conference (5-0).  The Spartans were led by Alayna Deprez with 39 assists and 15 digs.  Kylie Hanson chipped in 17 kills and 13 digs, while Autumn Flynn had 11 kills, and Brooke VandeHei contributed 24 digs in the victory.  The Spartans won the final three games after dropping the opening set (21-25, 25-23, 25-19, 27-25). 

 

(photo courtesy of Luxemburg-Casco Volleyball Facebook) 

Spartan soccer victorious over Little Chute

In the "Battle of the L-Cs", the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan boys soccer team overcame a 1-0 deficit to defeat the Little Chute Mustangs 2-1 in Luxemburg.  Johan Amador scored one goal and assisted on another to lead the Spartans to the North Eastern Conference win.  Quentin Massart had a quiet night in the goal with just two saves as the Spartans could control the ball most of the night.  The scoring and stats below are courtesy of Cory Romdenne. 

 

GOALS

43' Little Chute (Cory Stancer)

50' Luxemburg-Casco (Johan Amador; Ethan Vandenhouten assist)

63' Luxemburg-Casco (Fredman Colindres; Johan Amador assist)

 

GOALKEEPING
Luxemburg-Casco, Quentin Massart, 2 saves
Little Chute, Dawid Mosienski, 7 saves

 

FINAL SCORE
Luxemburg-Casco 2, Little Chute 1

 

(photo from 2021 season)

Luxemburg-Casco volleyball battles Freedom

Luxemburg-Casco welcomes Freedom for a Northeastern Conference volleyball match on Tuesday.

 

The Spartans won its lone match last week 3-0 to Wrightstown. In Northeastern Conference matches, the Spartans have taken 12 of 13 sets and have not lost in the NEC since October 8th against Denmark in 2019.

 

The Irish pose as the Spartans' next big threat, coming to Luxemburg with a 15-4 record and a 4-1 NEC mark. They have won five of their last six matches with a loss to Fox Valley Lutheran their lone blemish.

 

Match time is set for 7 p.m.

Luxemburg-Casco soccer battles Little Chute at home

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team looks to extend its point streak to four when it hosts Little Chute on Tuesday.

 

The Spartans are 4-7-1 on the season, including 2-0-1 in their last three games. On September 22nd, Ethan Vandenhouten buried a Johan Amador pass to tie the match in a 1-1 tie against Marinette. Quentin Massart has five saves in the contest. 

 

The Mustangs won its first game last week against Berlin 3-2, but they are 0-6 with four shutouts in their other matches.

 

Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.

Spartans golf to host NE Wisconsin schools

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team will stay around town for their meet on Monday.

 

The Spartans will host Bonduel, Oconto, Oconto Falls, Seymour, and Shawano Community at Northbrook Country Club in Luxemburg. Tee time is set for 3 p.m.

Spartans lose Ronsman, homecoming game to Freedom on 96.7 WBDK

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartan’s homecoming was spoiled by the Freedom Irish Friday night after a 26-14 loss in North Eastern Conference football action.  The game turned quickly when quarterback Max Ronsman severely injured his right ankle early in the second quarter and never returned to the game. 

 

The Spartans started fast scoring on their first two possessions and stunning the Irish by forcing to three-and-outs on Freedom’s first two possessions.

 

Luxemburg-Casco struck early on a 59-yard strike from Ronsman to Ryan Routhieaux to set up a four-yard run by Routhieaux to open the scoring with 8:50 left in the first quarter.   Ronsman then scored on a 12-yard scramble to make it 14-0 and seem in control of the game.

 

The momentum all changed when the Spartans drove to the 10-yard line of Freedom and on the first play of the second quarter, Ronsman was injured on a run and fumbled.

 

Freedom then scored 20 unanswered points before halftime, including a 40-yard interception returned for a touchdown by Gavin Greiner.

 

The second half saw both teams trade turnovers twice with Freedom finally taking control with 5:15 left in the game on Carter Kriewaldt’s second touchdown run of the night to make it 26-14 and keep the Irish undefeated.

 

Freedom (6-0, 4-0) remains tied for first place in the NEC, while the Luxemburg-Casco (4-2, 2-2) now will travel to Denmark next Friday to face the Vikings. The game will be broadcast on 96.7 WBDK and New Radio Sports Network with Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard on the call.

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux) 

Havel, Thiry post top-10 performances

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans cross country teams took several of the top teams in the region at the Bremser Invite in Mishicot on Thursday.

 

Both teams took eighth place, with the boys scoring 178 points and the girls 194. Gabe Havel had the best time on the day for the Spartans with a time of 17:11 on the 5K course. Spencer Thiry was close behind with a time of 17:15 and a 10th place finish.

1.8.12Gabe Havel17:11.16PRLuxemburg-Casco

2.10.12Spencer Thiry17:15.30 SRLuxemburg-Casco

3.38.10Kyan Lynts18:32.20Luxemburg-Casco

4.60.10Hudson Thiry19:15.34Luxemburg-Casco

5.62.9Derek Christoph19:16.72PRLuxemburg-Casco

6.68.10Reagan Doell19:33.81PRLuxemburg-Casco

7.74.11Lance Cherovsky19:41.94 SRLuxemburg-Casco

 

Madilyn Bevins was the top girls runner for Spartans, running a 20:59 for 19th place.

1.19.12Madilyn Bevins20:59.56PRLuxemburg-Casco

2.34.11Sophie Mleziva21:56.15 SRLuxemburg-Casco

3.38.10McKenna Rank22:03.43 SRLuxemburg-Casco

4.47.10Lexi Polster22:23.23PRLuxemburg-Casco

5.57.10Grace Havel22:41.22 SRLuxemburg-Casco

6.63.10Cady Bevins23:03.35PRLuxemburg-Casco

7.92.12Eva Junion24:56.47Luxemburg-Casco

L-C volleyball dominates Wrightstown, cancer

The Luxemburg-Casco raised thousands of dollars to fight cancer while also sweeping Wrightstown in straight sets Thursday.

 

The Spartans never let the Tigers reach 20 points, winning the sets by scores of 25-12, 25-9, and 25-16.

 

Leading the way for the Spartans for their annual Pink Out match includes Alayna Deprez (18 assists), Autumn Flynn (12 kills), Ella VanderVelden (8 kills and 3 blocks) and Brooke VandeHei (10 digs). 

 

"Tonight was a fun night," said head coach Jeff Frey. "I thought our girls came out in each set on fire and did a lot of really good things.  We need to keep our focus throughout the entire set.  It was an awesome atmosphere in the gym tonight with our annual Pink Out Night, amazing community support."

Spartans host Freedom in homecoming game on 96.7 WBDK Friday

The Luxemburg-Casco Spartans (2-1, 4-1 overall) will host the undefeated Freedom Irish (5-0) in a North Eastern Conference matchup and homecoming game on Friday.  The Spartans are coming off a tough 14-8 road loss to the Little Cute Mustangs last Friday, while Freedom routed Wrightstown at home 42-7.

Luxemburg-Casco looks to get back into contention for the NEC championship with a win, while Freedom hopes to stay unbeaten.

“Player of the Game” last week, defensive lineman Ryland Day and the entire Spartan defense will face a stiff test Friday, as the Irish features running back Carter Kriewaldt with 673 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns, and quarterback Matt Wyngaard, who has tossed 12 touchdowns as well.

The Pregame Show on 96.7 WBDK and New Radio Sports Network starts at 6:45, with kickoff at 7 pm.  Paul Schmitt and Reece Robillard will have the call for the game.  

(photo courtesy of Ron LeCloux)

Spartans volleyball turns focus to conference foes

After several weekends of facing top-flight teams from across the state in tournaments, the Luxemburg-Casco volleyball team will now battle against the great teams residing in their own conference when they play against Wrightstown on Thursday.

 

The Spartans went 2-3 in last weekend's Charger Invite, but nearly all of their losses on the year have come against Division 1 opponents. They continued their Northeastern Conference winning streak on September 13th with a 3-1 decision against Fox Valley Lutheran. 

 

The Tigers enter Thursday's match with a 4-9 mark, including 1-2 in the conference. That lone victory came against Clintonville on September 15th in a 3-0 sweep.

 

First serve is scheduled for 7 p.m.

 

You can listen to our full interview with Coach Jeff Frey here.

 

 

 

Cross country teams head to Mishicot

Several of the local cross country teams will make their way to Mishicot Thursday afternoon for a huge multi-team invitational. 


Luxemburg-Casco, Algoma, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, and Southern Door  will join West De Pere, Seymour, Brillion, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Chilton, Coleman, De Pere, Fox Valley Lutheran, Hilbert, Kiel, Little Chute, Manitowoc Lutheran, New Holstein, Oconto Falls, Ozaukee, Random Lake, Roncalli, Sheboygan Lutheran. Sheboygan Falls, Two Rivers, Oconto, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Bay Port, Oneida Nation, NEWCHAA (Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton), Reedsville, Denmark, Wrightstown, Providence Academy (Green Bay), and St. Ignatius / Chesterton Academy for the Mishicot Bremser Invite. 

 

Luxemburg-Casco's boys (7th place, 169 points) and girls (11th, 286 points) were the top local teams from last year's event. The Spartans' Gabe Havel took 10th with a time of 17:22, and Sevastopol's Bea Dramm took 11th with a time of 20:29 to lead all local runners on the 5K course.

 

Middle school races begin at 3:40 p.m. with high school races for varsity and junior varsity races following that.

Spartans soccer battles Marinette under Luxemburg lights

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer team hopes they can continue their Northeastern Conference winning streak on Thursday when Marinette sails into the village.

 

The Spartans have followed up a six-match losing streak with two wins over Freedom (4-3) and Denmark (4-1). Johan Amador tallied up three straight goals to send the Spartans to a victory on Tuesday against the Vikings.

 

The Marines have lost four straight matches since starting the season with a win over the Irish. They have only score twice in those matches.

 

Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.

Competitive balance proposal targets successful teams

Sturgeon Bay soccer and Luxemburg-Casco volleyball would likely have to play up a division if a new competitive balance proposal is approved. According to WisSports.net, the WIAA is discussing a new proposal to address the gap between the best and worst teams in a given division by assigning them points based on their success in the state tournament series. Teams could get up to four points for winning a state title and at least one if they make it to a sectional final or Level 2 playoff for football. Accumulate at least six points in three years, and you could find yourself in a higher division. If the proposal were in effect this fall, the Spartans volleyball would undoubtedly find themselves in the Division 1 Tournament after winning their third straight state championship in Division 2. If the system were in place a few years ago, the Clippers soccer team also would have found themselves in a higher division after playing in four state tournaments and winning the gold ball twice. Spartans volleyball coach Jeff Frey believes the proposal punishes success but admits addressing competitive balance is a tricky topic.

A multiplier for private schools and a reducer for schools with a high percentage of students on free and reduced lunch are other ways the WIAA has tried to address competitive balance over the years without any success. 

Luxemburg-Casco battles Denmark in soccer clash

The Luxemburg-Casco soccer looks to stretch their conference winning streak to two when they head to Denmark Tuesday.

 

The Spartans snapped their six-game losing streak last Tuesday with a 4-3 win at Freedom last Tuesday. They scored three goals in the first half and held on for the victory. The Spartans did lose their opening match at the Port Washington Tournament over the weekend.

 

The Vikings have a similar mark this season, going 2-5 overall, including 1-2 in the Northeastern Conference. That includes a 5-1 loss to Wrightstown in their last reported match. 

 

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

 

 

Spartans golf visit Thornberry Creek Monday

The Luxemburg-Casco golf team will tee off at 9 a.m. Monday with a big tournament in Hobart.

 

Appleton East, Ashwaubenon, Bay Port, De Pere, Fond du Lac, Freedom, Green Bay Preble, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Middleton, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Oshkosh West, Pulaski, Seymour, Shawano Community, Sheboygan North, Verona Area, and Wrightstown will all descend on Thornberry Creek Golf Course for the tournament.