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Sevastopol High School

Sevastopol girls win Packerland XC title

The Sevastopol Pioneers girls cross country team ran away with their second consecutive Packerland crown at Gibraltar on Thursday.

 

Dasha Yeltysheva was named Honorable Mention as Rachel Wilke and Libby Ash took home 2nd Team All-Conference honors. Naomi Rikkola and Bea Dramm were named 1st Team All-Conference. Dramm registered the team's fastest time at 20:38 on the 5K course, which was good for second overall.

 

Jaruis Dadam ran a 26:16 to lead the boys' team.

 

Picture courtesy of Sevastopol School District

 

GIRLS

1.2.10Bea Dramm20:38.70Sevastopol

2.7.9Naomi Rikkola22:02.29PRSevastopol

3.11.10Libby Ash23:06.99PRSevastopol

4.14.12Rachel Wilke23:40.75PRSevastopol

5.15.9Dasha Yeltysheva23:46.41PRSevastopol

6.33.10Jolene Luedtke26:31.40Sevastopol

7.35.9Ruth Wilke27:33.95Sevastopol

 

BOYS

1.30.9Jairus Dadam26:16.70Sevastopol

2.31.9Landon Frank29:59.65Sevastopol

Sevastopol, Gibraltar renew rivalry on 105.1 The GOAT

It will be a battle for pride Friday night in Fish Creek when Sevastopol hosts Gibraltar in the likely season finale for both schools.

 

The Pioneers won the last matchup between the two teams just over five months ago 56-40 after jumping out to a 15-0 lead in the first quarter against the Vikings. 

 

After posting a two-game winning streak, the Vikings fell last week to conference-leading Lena/STAA 58-40. The Pioneers also had a two-game winning streak snapped last week as they lost to Algoma 40-18.

 

Tim Kowols and Tim Ash will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

 

Click the links for coach interviews with Mike Peck (Gibraltar) and Ron Frank (Sevastopol)

Sevastopol volleyball sweeps Algoma

The Sevastopol  Pioneers topped the Algoma Wolves in Packerland Conference Volleyball Tuesday evening winning 3-0 games.  The Pioneers swept the games 25-18, 25-19, and 25-20.  Madi Volkman led the Pioneers with 16 kills, while Johanna Andreae provided 10 kills to dominate the net.  Bailey Rikkola helped out with 21 digs and Emma Stueber contributed 21 assists to provide a solid floor game.  Algoma was led by Ryley Zimmerman with two aces and eight kills, Amelia Robinson had one ace and 14 assists, and MyLee Jones contributed 13 digs and five kills in the loss.  

Sevastopol girls take second place at Fameree

The Sevastopol girls cross country stood tall against bigger competition and led them to some extra hardware at the Russ Fameree Invitational.

 

The high school girls team took home a 2nd place finish in the small school division. Bea Dramm was 8th overall. Naomi Rikkola and Ruth Wilke ran person records on the soggy course. 

 

Even coach Annie Kapolnek got into the action, taking first in the female coach/alumni 3.1 mile race with a time of 22:03.

 

 

GIRLS
1.8.10Bea Dramm21:05.25Sevastopol

2.35.9Naomi Rikkola23:02.82PRSevastopol

3.43.10Libby Ash23:38.29Sevastopol

4.44.12Rachel Wilke23:44.34PRSevastopol

5.89.9Ruth Wilke28:14.62Sevastopol

6.95.9Addison Schauske29:07.12Sevastopol

Pioneers volleyball sweeps Gibraltar on state champ night

With the 1991 state champs looking on, the Sevastopol Pioneers volleyball carried the torch for them with a convincing 3-0 win over Gibraltar Thursday.

 

The Pioneers stood up to the Vikings' challenge in the first game with a 25-22 victory, but cruised in the final two sets  25-11, 25-11. 

 

Leading the way for the Pioneers was Madi Volkmann (14 kills), Johanna Andrea (10 kills), Bailey Rikkola (22 digs), and Emma Stueber (32 assists). 

Sevastopol to honor 1991 volleyball champs ahead of Gibraltar match

The Sevastopol volleyball team will honor one its program's best squads ahead of its match against Gibraltar Thursday.

 

It was 30 years ago when the Pioneers brought home the gold ball in the sport, beating Cuba City to take the title. The Pioneers could be on their way towards something similar as they boast a 23-5 mark on the season and 8-2 record over their last 10 matches. The Vikings have lost their last four matches including Tuesday's 3-0 loss to Southern Door.

 

The 1991 team will be honored after the JV game at around 6:15-6:30 p.m. The varsity game will start at 7 p.m.

The Gibraltar/Sevastopol falls to Peshtigo in boys soccer

Gibraltar/ Sevastopol lost to the Peshtigo 4-1 Tuesday night in EWC/Packerland Boys Soccer.  The Vikoneers are now 2-4-2 in the conference and 4-6-2 overall.  Peshtigo improves to 4-3 in the EWC/Packerland and 8-4-1 overall.

Sevastopol volleyball sweeps Kewaunee

Sevastopol volleyball sweeps Kewaunee

The Sevastopol Pioneers rolled on the volleyball court Tuesday night with a 3-0 sweep of the Kewaunee Storm.  The Pioneers were led by Madi Volkmann and Sam Differt with nine kills each.  Bailey Rikkola added 17 digs, and Claire Haberli served up seven aces.  Emma Stueber contributed 22 assists as well and the Pioneers won convincingly 25-14, 25-8, and 25-13. 

Second quarter explosion bolts Pioneers past Gillett

The Sevastopol Pioneers needed only one good quarter to completely turn the game around for them in a 54-14 homecoming victory over Gillett Friday night.

 

The Tigers shocked the Pioneers with 14 first-quarter points and shutting out the Pioneers through the first 12 minutes of play. The  Pioneers' defense would pitch a shutout the rest of the way while the offense came alive. Ja ck de Young threw three touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Pioneers to a 34-point outburst in the second quarter. Cesar Sandoval would also take a punt back for a touchdown in the game's decisive second quarter.

 

Sandoval, de Young, and Atlee Manson would all score rushing touchdowns in the third quarter before the game went to a running clock in the fourth quarter.

 

The Pioneers could act as spoilers over the next two weeks with games against Algoma and Gibraltar.

 

 

Sevastopol hosts homecoming quad

Members of the Sevastopol volleyball hope the good vibes start well before the homecoming dance when they host a Saturday quad.

 

The Pioneers will host Southern Door, Iowa-Grant, and Two Rivers when the action begins at 9 a.m. Two Rivers is one of two teams to have beaten the Pioneers in the month of September. The Pioneers otherwise won 12 matches without dropping a set in the process. The Eagles are still flying high after Thursday's win over Kewaunee after being down 2-0.

Pioneers cross country runs well against DePere, Gibraltar

It was a small meet, but coach Annie Kapolnek says Thursday's meet at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay was a great day and lots of good races for Sevastopol, Gibraltar, and De Pere.

 

The Redbirds had the only complete team among the three teams in the boys race with Sevastopol not running anyone in the varsity. The Pioneers only had one runner in the top 7 as the Redbirds captured the girls varsity race. Bea Dramm led the way with a 5K time of 21:14.

 

4 Bea Dramm Sevastopol 21:14.7

8 Jolene Luedtke Sevastopol 23:09.2

9 Naomi Rikkola Sevastopol 23:10.3

10 Libby Ash Sevastopol 23:29.1

13 Dasha Yeltysheva Sevastopol 23:55.1

14 Rachel Wilke Sevastopol 24:39.2

16 Addison Schauske Sevastopol 28:49.1

 

10 Jairus Dadam Sevastopol 22:07.2

22 Landon Frank Sevastopol 28:19.3

 

14 Ruth Wilke Sevastopol 27:32.1

20 Natalie Zajowski Sevastopol 33:10.2

 

 

Sevastopol volleyball gets back into win column

After falling to state-ranked Oconto earlier this week, the Sevastopol Pioneers volleyball team took its frustrations out on NEW Lutheran with a 3-0 set sweep.

 

The Pioneers kept the Blazers from reaching the 20-point plateau in any set, winning 25-16, 25-15, 25-13.

 

The Pioneers were led by Madi Volkmann (12 kills 5 ace serves) ,Johanna Andreae (10 kills), Bailey Rikkola (18 digs), and Emma Stueber (31 assists).

Pioneers football look to regain momentum against Gillett

The Sevastopol Pioneers hope to regain some momentum when they play Gillett at Gibraltar Friday night.

 

The Pioneers got their first win two weeks ago, but fell to conference-leading Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas last week 45-6 with Emmett Tomaszewski scoring the lone touchdown.

 

The Tigers have struggled this season, falling last week 72-20 to Gibraltar.

 

Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Sevastopol hosts home meet

Sevastopol is inviting three other schools to tackle the hills of Cherry Hills Golf Course Thursday afternoon as the area's other cross country teams travel elsewhere for invites.

 

The Pioneers will host Gibraltar, De Pere, and NEW Lutheran beginning at 4 p.m.

 

In their last time out, the Sevastopol cross country teams took advantage of a fast course at Mishicot to place high at the Jim Bremser Invite. Bea Dramm took 3rd place in the small school division with teammate Jolene Luedtke finishing in 10th place.

Sevastopol volleyball falls to Oconto

In the battle of the undefeated teams, the Oconto Blue Devils swept the Sevastopol Pioneers in three games Tuesday night.  Oconto took the three games by scores of 25-23, 25-18, and 25-21.  Sevastopol was led by Madi Volkman with 14 kills and Johanna Andreae with 8 kills.  Emma Stueber added 29 assists while Bailey Rikkola had 13 digs for the Pioneers. 

Pioneers, Blue Devils battle for top of volleyball mountain

Sevastopol and Oconto will battle for Packerland volleyball supremacy on Tuesday night.

 

The Pioneers split its matchups against Two Rivers and toppled Shiocton, Bonduel, and Reedsville twice Saturday at the Algoma Invitational. The state-ranked Blue Devils beat Marinette, Oconto Falls, Sheboygan Falls, and West De Pere before falling to Green Bay Southwest in the West De Pere Invite. Both teams are currently undefeated in Packerland play. 

 

First serve is set for 7 p.m.

Sevastopol football downed in weekend matchup

Being the lone area team to play a football game this Saturday, Sevastopol had a tough showing against Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas, losing 45-6. Lena/STA had just an 8-0 lead after the first quarter, but the doors were blown open in the second frame, when the Pioneers were outscored 22-0. Sevastopol was down 30-0 at the half. 

 

In the third quarter, the deficit increased to 45-0 before Sevastopol finally got on the board in the fourth quarter. Emmett Tomaszewski scored the single touchdown for the Pioneers, on a 3-yard run. 

 

The loss drops the Pioneers record to 1-4 overall this season and their next game will be on Friday at home against Gillett. 

Pioneers volleyball tames Bulldogs

The Sevastopol Pioneers saw their success continue as they beat Peshtigo in four sets.

 

The Pioneers cruised to a 2-0 start with set wins of 25-12 and 25-19. The Bulldogs stole the third set 25-21 before the Pioneers finished things off in the fourth set by a score of 25-20.

 

Leading the way for the Pioneers was Madi Volkmann (15 kills), Alaina Schopf (10 kills), Emma Stueber (35 assists), and Bailey Rikkola (34 digs).

Dramm, Luedtke lead Pioneers at Mishicot Invite

The Sevastopol cross country teams took advantage of a fast course at Mishicot to place high at the Jim Bremser Invite.

 

Bea Dramm took 3rd place in the small school division with teammate Jolene Luedtke finishing in 10th place. The girls' team took 4th overall with 118. Head cross country coach Annie Kapolnek added  that the team finished behind two schools in their sectional next month, Cedar Grove- Belgium and Manitowoc Lutheran. Kapolnek said after the race that it was a "fast course and lots of good races, some PRs but work to do yet." The Pioneers also had two runners in the JV race.

 

Picture courtesy of Sevastopol School District

 

GIRLS VARSITY

1 3 1104 Bea Dramm 00:20:29.07 3

2 10 1105 Jolene Luedtke 00:21:36.87 10

3 34 1103 Libby Ash 00:23:45.49 32

4 37 1109 Dasha Yeltysheva 00:23:52.01 35

5 40 1108 Rachel Wilke 00:23:55.49 38

6 76 1112 Ruth Wilke 00:27:34.66 (63)

 

BOYS JV

151110Jairus DadamSevastopolM000:23:16.70
261111Landon FrankSevastopolM000:27:59.98
 

Pioneer volleyball aiming for ten straight

The Sevastopol volleyball team has a chance to extend their impressive winning streak to double digits on Thursday when they host a solid Peshtigo squad. Sevastopol has a 13-3 record and Peshtigo will come into their place with an 11-5 mark this season. Sevastopol has also won nine games and has won all but two sets along the way. That streak includes regular season and tournament matchups. The opening serve for Thursday’s game is at 7:00 PM. 

Pioneers get road sweep

Sevastopol earned a non-conference victory in three sets in their visit to Mishicot on Monday. The non-conference win has been common for the Pioneers this season, as Monday’s was the tenth this season for the Pioneers. Including tournament play, Sevastopol has a 13-3 record to this point. The Pioneers will be back home on Thursday against Peshtigo, and first serve will be at 7:00 PM. 

Sevastopol visits Mishicot in volleyball action Monday

The Sevastopol volleyball team will hit the road Monday for a volleyball match against Mishicot.

 

The Pioneers have not played since they took four straight matches at the Suring Invite. Highlights of that tournament included Madi Volkmann's 27 kills, Johanna Andreae's 24 kills, Emma Stueber's 62 assists, and Bailey Rikkola's 36 digs along with 21 ace serves.

 

The Indians are 2-8 on the season, splitting their matches last week against Kiel (3-1) and Manitowoc Lutheran (0-3). 

 

The match is set for 7:15 p.m.

Pioneer football wins first game of season

The Sevastopol football team got into the winner’s circle for the first time this season, defeating Green Bay NEW Lutheran by a 32-8 final score. The win was the first time Sevastopol was able to put up multiple touchdowns this season, as they scored six points in each of their first three games. The Pioneers now have a 1-3 overall record. The next Pioneer matchup is a Saturday contest with Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on September 25th. That game will kickoff at 1:00 PM and the Pioneers will be the home team. Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas is 4-0 so far this season, and coming off of a 69-8 win over Gillett. 

Sevastopol aiming for first win on Friday

Sevastopol football has been held to six points in their first three games, and looks to break through that ice on Friday when they visit Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. According to wissports, the game is scheduled for 4:30 PM. The Blazers, similarly to Sevastopol, are 0-3 coming into the contest. The Pioneers have the offensive advantage, as the Blazers have yet to score this season. The two teams played to a shootout in the alternative spring season, with the Blazers winning 54-36. Sevastopol’s spring record was 1-3 and Green Bay NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation had a 3-3 record. 

 

Sevastopol girls take fifth at Valders invite

The Sevastopol girls team held their own against some of the best teams in the state on a tough course Thursday afternoon. 

 

The Pioneers took fifth place in the varsity girls race, scoring 160 points. 

Bea Dramm led the team with a 10th place finish and Jolene Luedtke finished 13th. Naomi Rikkola, who is a dual sport athlete this fall, finished 30th to come in as the team's third runner. 

 

The team will have a week off before its next race at Mishicot.

 

GIRLS VARSITY (Place, Bib, Name, School, Gender, Age (not entered), Time

10798Bea DrammSevastopolF000:22:10.01

13799Jolene LuedtkeSevastopolF000:22:50.61

30800Naomi RikkolaSevastopolF000:23:42.41

48804Dasha YeltyshevaSevastopolF000:24:50.72

65797Libby AshSevastopolF000:25:54.27

95801Addison SchauskeSevastopolF000:29:53.49

100803Ruth WilkeSevastopolF000:31:52.86

106807Natalie ZajowskiSevastopolF000:36:48.81

DNS802Rachel WilkeSevastopolF0

 

BOYS JV

62805Jairus DadamSevastopolM000:27:11.73

71806Landon FrankSevastopolM000:32:10.59