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Southern Door football sweeps player of the year honors

The Southern Door Eagles football team won plenty of awards as the Packerland Conference announced its All-Conference teams on Sunday.

 

Brodie Overbeck won the awards for best offensive and defensive lineman of the year while Alex Daoust took top offensive player honors and Nick Baudhuin garnered best defensive player honors. The Eagles had 11 first-team, six second-team, and one honorable mention. Daoust and Baudhuin were unanimous selections for quarterback and running back respectively. 

 

The Eagles finished in second place in the Packerland Conference and finished their season on Friday when they lost to Brillion 14-6 in the first round of the WIAA Playoffs. The full Packerland Conference All-Conference Team announcement is below:

 

1ST TEAM OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Alex Daoust                              Southern Door              Senior               Unanimous

Caleb Moe                                Oconto                         Senior  

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Nick Baudhuin                           Southern Door              Senior               Unanimous

Max Sokolski                            Bonduel                        Senior                                      

TIGHT END/FULLBACK            SCHOOL                      YEAR

Joe Desotelle                            Mishicot                        Senior                          

OFFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR              

Jack Peterson                           Southern Door              Sophomore

Carson Robaidek                      Bonduel                        Senior               Unanimous

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR

Trystan Ford                             Southern Door              Senior

Trevor Kraning                           Bonduel                        Senior

Brodie Overbeck                       Southern Door              Junior

Jon Sell                                                Bonduel                        Junior

Marcus Westrich                        Bonduel                        Senior

KICKER                                    SCHOOL                      YEAR              

Alex Montana                            Southern Door              Junior              

 

 

 

1ST TEAM DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                   SCHOOL                      YEAR

Cole Anderson                          Bonduel                        Senior               Unanimous

Ryan Brown                              Mishicot                        Senior

Marcus Marchant                       Southern Door              Senior              

LINEBACKER                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Nick Baudhuin                           Southern Door              Senior              

Joe Desotelle                            Mishicot                        Senior

Logan Majewski                                    Bonduel                        Senior

Max Marohl                               Bonduel                        Senior

Caleb Moe                                Oconto                         Senior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR

Brodie Overbeck                       Southern Door              Junior

Jon Sell                                                Bonduel                        Junior              

DEFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR

Riley Kelliher                             Mishicot                        Senior

Devin Schinktgen                      Southern Door              Senior                          

PUNTER                                   SCHOOL                      YEAR              

Christian Counard                      Southern Door              Sophomore

 

2ND TEAM OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Noah Weier                               Bonduel                        Freshman         

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Will Boettcher                            Peshtigo                       Junior

Jonathon Butler                         Mishicot                        Senior

Max Marohl                               Bonduel                        Senior  

TIGHT END/FULLBACK            SCHOOL                      YEAR

Devin Schinktgen                      Southern Door              Senior              

 

 

OFFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR

Ryan Brown                              Mishicot                        Senior

William Sherman                        Oconto                         Senior              

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR

Garrett  Anderson                      Oconto                         Senior

Riley Kelliher                             Mishicot                        Senior

Kody Marchant                          Southern Door              Sophomore

Zach Robenhorst                       Oconto                         Senior

Jace Schultz                             Clintonville                    Sophomore

Joey Selke                                Mishicot                        Senior                          

KICKER                                    SCHOOL                      YEAR              

Nic Edwards                             Clintonville                    Junior

 

2ND TEAM DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                   SCHOOL                      YEAR

Klay Barkow                              Clintonville                    Senior

Jack Peterson                           Southern Door              Sophomore

Carson Robaidek                      Bonduel                        Senior  

Brock Smejkal                           Clintonville                    Senior

LINEBACKER                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Jonathon Butler                         Mishicot                        Senior

Christian Counard                      Southern Door              Sophomore

Alex Daoust                              Southern Door              Senior

Brady Kasson                           Clintonville                    Senior

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR

Garrett  Anderson                      Oconto                         Senior

Lance LeGrave                          Southern Door              Sophomore

Zach Robenhorst                       Oconto                         Senior

Joey Selke                                Mishicot                        Senior  

 

 

DEFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR

Trevor Kraning                           Bonduel                        Senior

Zach Spaulding                         Clintonville                    Sophomore

PUNTER                                   SCHOOL                      YEAR              

Payton Griepentrog                   Clintonville                    Senior  

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Kolton Tesarik                           Mishicot                        Senior  

RUNNING BACK                       SCHOOL                      YEAR

Darius Sechen                           Peshtigo                       Junior

TIGHT END                               SCHOOL                      YEAR  

Luke Krueger                             Oconto                         Junior

Cole Rosenow                           Clintonville                    Junior  

OFFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR

Klay Barkow                              Clintonville                    Senior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN              SCHOOL                      YEAR

Lance LeGrave                          Southern Door              Sophomore

Houston Rude                           Oconto                         Junior

HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE BACK                   SCHOOL                      YEAR

Jacob Hibbard                          Mishicot                        Junior

William Sherman                        Oconto                         Senior                                      

LINEBACKER                           SCHOOL                      YEAR

Brant Cracraft                            Mishicot                        Junior

Luke Kruger                              Oconto                         Junior

Max Sokolski                            Bonduel                        Senior

Ryan Wegenke                          Clintonville                    Senior

DEFENSIVE END                      SCHOOL                      YEAR

Houston Rude                           Oconto                         Junior

Troy Wenzel                              Oconto                         Senior  

 

LINEMEN OF THE YEAR

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR      SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION     

Brodie Overbeck                                               Southern Door              Junior               Tackle

           

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR      SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION

Brodie Overbeck                                               Southern Door              Junior               Tackle

Jon Sell                                                                        Bonduel                        Junior               Tackle

           

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR        SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION

Alex Daoust                                                      Southern Door              Senior               Quarterback

 

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR        SCHOOL                    YEAR              POSITION

Nick Baudhuin                                                   Southern Door              Senior               Linebacker

Eagles' season ends in Brillion on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles football team saw their comeback fall just out of reach Friday night, falling to Brillion 14-6 on the road.

 

Defense ruled the night early as both teams made big stands during big drives to take the game into the half at 0-0.  The Eagles would strike first early in the third quarter as Alex Daoust used his legs first for a long gain before punching it in from three yards out to make it 6-0. The extra point was blocked and the Lions would take the lead later in the quarter when Sam Galoff scored from a yard out and drilled the extra point. The Lions would ice the game with less than two minutes remaining in the game when Carter Stebane scampered in from nine yards out and Galoff converted on the extra point.

 

The  Eagles would make one final push towards the Lions' red zone. In the closing moments, Daoust found an open receiver in the endzone for what appeared to be a last-second touchdown. Instead, the referees ruled he was out of bounds and the game ended in disappointment for the Eagles. Southern Door ended their truncated campaign 4-4.

 

 

Eagles battle Lions in WIAA Playoff Football on 102.1 MORE FM

A chance to extend a unique 2020 season is on the line Friday night when the Southern Door Eagles travel to Brillion to take on the Lions.

 

The Eagles come into the game 4-3, falling in its de facto Packerland Conference championship game last week 39-22. The Lions finished their season 7-0, winning their regular-season finale against Kiel 26-13. Both teams won their contests against their single similar opponent with wins over Peshtigo. The Lions have used a wide cast of players to run the ball this season with at least six rushers averaging over six yards a carry. They are led in that category by Sam Galoff, who has 656 yards and 10 touchdowns on the season on just 90 carries. The Eagles counter with their senior tandem of Alex Daoust and Nick Baudhuin. Daoust led the Packerland Conference with 783 passing yards and 12 touchdown passes while Baudhuin led the conference with 870 rushing yards.

 

Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

 

Click here to listen to our podcast with head coach Ryan Zuelke

Southern Door football travels to Brillion in first-round playoff

The Southern Door Eagles received a # 3 seed from the WIAA in Division III football playoff seeding.  The Eagles will travel to Brillion to take on the Lions next Friday night at 7 pm.  The winner of that game will play the winner of the #1 Amherst and #4 Peshtigo on Thursday, November 19.   102.1 MoreFM will broadcast the game starting at 6:30 pm with the pregame show.  The game will also be streamed on the NEW Radio Sports Network.

Bonduel runs past Southern Door on 102.1 MORE FM

Southern Door played catch up all night long on the gridiron Friday night as they fell to Bonduel 39-22 in Brussels.

 

The Bears opened the scoring in the first quarter when quarterback Noah Weier found Carson Robiadek in the flat for the game's first touchdown. The two would team up for the Bears' second touchdown early in the second quarter. On an apparent busted play, Logan Majewski was able to take an end-around for a 40-yard touchdown to extend the Bears lead. After Weier threw his third touchdown pass of the half, Eagles quarterback Alex Daoust got the Eagles on the board with a slant pass to Marcus Marchant to end the second half. The Eagles were then able to cut the deficit in half when Daoust found Jack Peterson, who was able to break a couple of tackles and tightrope the sideline to score from 20-plus yards out. The Bears put the game away later with two more rushing touchdowns before Daoust threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Devin Schinktgen to close out the game's scoring.

 

The Eagles will now wait for their playoff matchup against Brillion next Friday night with a date against either Amherst or Peshtigo looming.

Southern Door, Bonduel battle for Packerland title on 102.1 MORE FM

It comes down to one game for the Packerland Conference championship when the Southern Door Eagles host the Bonduel Bears Friday night in Brussels.

 

Both teams come into the game undefeated in the Packerland Conference with the Eagles shutting out Mishicot last week 40-0 while the Bears topped Oconto 37-14. The Bears rely on their Max's to run the ball with MaxMax Sokolski rushing for 593 yards and Max Marohl rushing for 396. Their quarterbacks split duties as well with Noah Weier and Cole Anderson combining to throw about 500 yards and nine touchdowns on the season. Southern Door head coach Ryan Zuelke respects both aspects of their offense.

 

Zuelke is keen on his offense too, especially after Nick Baudhuin was able to reach the end zone five times in last week's rout. 

Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com and 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show and kickoff at 7 p.m. You can listen to the rest of our interview with Coach Ryan Zuelke on the Southern Door Eagles feed of the NEW Radio Sports Network podcasts page.

Playoffs still an unknown for high school football

Luxemburg-Casco and Southern Door should know this weekend whether their football season is done or not.

 

High school football fans can thank the coronavirus for wiping out three rounds of playoffs this year, including the state championship games at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. After the brackets are set on Saturday, playoff teams this year will receive a maximum of two games after being paired into four-team pods. Speaking before last week's game against Mishicot, Southern Door head coach Ryan Zuelke says the playoffs have been short details. 

 

 

With conference records being a factor in playoff eligibility and seeding, Zuelke and the Eagles look to go undefeated in Packerland Conference play when they host Bonduel Friday night. The NEW Radio Sports Network will broadcast the game on 102.1 MORE FM and on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com

Baudhuin scores five as Eagles shuts out Indians on 102.1 MORE FM

Both sides of the ball took two weeks of frustration out on their opponent Friday night as the Southern Door Eagles shut out the Mishicot Indians 40-0 in Brussels.

 

After a slow start for both teams, Eagles defensive back Jared Hawkey picked off Indians quarterback Jacob Hibbard to provide a spark midway through the first quarter. Nick Baudhuin scored the first of his three three-yard touchdown runs to get the Eagles on the scoreboard first. The Eagles offense was dealt a blow early in the second quarter when quarterback Alex Daoust injured his leg on the team's second touchdown drive that Baudhuin finished off. Finishing off the quarter in relief of Daoust, sophomore Jack Peterson led the Eagles on three touchdown drives including his own 18-yard strike to Devin Schinktgen with just seconds to go to give the Eagles a 26-0 lead at the half. 

 

No one would reach the endzone again until the fourth quarter when Nick Baudhuin scored from 24 and seven yards out to close out the game. Baudhuin would finish the evening with 254 rushing yards and five touchdowns while Peterson ended his day with 70 yards of total offense. Head coach Ryan Zuelke said on the postgame show that Alex Daoust will be reevaluated on Friday to figure out the extent of his injury.

 

The Eagles defense was able to shut down the Indians' rushing attack for most of the game while also forcing a pair of interceptions.

 

The Eagles will stick around town next weekend when they host their regular-season finale against the Bonduel Bears. NEW Radio Sports Network will broadcast the game on 102.1 MORE FM with Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur on the call beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.  

 

POST-GAME INTERVIEW WITH HEAD COACH RYAN ZUELKE

 

Eagles hope to soar again against Mishicot on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles hope to reverse their fortunes when they host Mishicot Friday night.

 

In two straight games against teams from higher divisions (Luxemburg-Casco Division 3, Sheboygan Falls Division 4), the Eagles have been outscored 90-14. Head coach Ryan Zuelke told NRSN the team has spent this week refocusing and his staff has been challenging the kids all week with great response from the kids.

 

Mishicot comes into the game 2-1, winning their last time out against Clintonville 20-8. Preparing for Mishicot has been no different than many of their other games this year since they have never faced the Indians in Packerland Conference play. Zuelke says the Indians run a little bit of everything.

Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM and streaming worldwide at NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. 

Tooley describes unique season

Southern Door's active approach to mitigating its risks to COVID-19 has helped keep its football team on the field.

 

The Eagles have been able to play in all five of its scheduled games so far this season, going 3-2 in that span. A big reason why is because it has been able to keep enough players on the sidelines and out of quarantine. Second-year Brady Tooley says the team has done a great job making sure they do what they need to do to keep playing football.

 

 

Tooley and the Eagles will play again this Friday night at home against Mishicot. The game will air at NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com and 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. for the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Eagles can't get going against Falcons on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles football team could not find their offensive rhythm Friday night, falling 41-0 to the Sheboygan Falls Falcons 41-0.

 

The Falcons forced several three-and-outs and turnovers to keep the Eagles at bay, allowing less than 200 yards of total offense in the contest. Meanwhile, the Eagles defense was tested early, first through the air when quarterback Isaac Klemme found Dylan Grohskopf for a long touchdown pass to open the scoring at 7-0. Jon Mathieu took care of things from there, scoring three of his four touchdowns on the ground to put the game out of reach early. Preston Miller capped off the scoring with a rushing touchdown with less than a minute remaining in the second quarter.

 

The play of the game for the Eagles came in the first half when cornerback Jack Peterson made an athletic play on a deep ball from Klemme to grab an interception in the endzone.

 

The loss dropped the Eagles to 3-2 on the season before they face Mishicot at home next Friday. Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. The game will also stream worldwide on NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com and your favorite smart speaker. 

Eagles look to get back on track against Falcons on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles football team looks to turn page on its season when it heads to Sheboygan Falls Friday to face the Falcons.

 

The Eagles started strong but saw the game slip away in their 49-14 loss to Luxemburg-Casco last week. Quarterback Alex Daoust had to rely on his legs to keep the Eagles offense moving, rely on option runs to gain 124 yards on 17 carries. Nick Baudhuin was also producing, gathering 85 total yards and a score in the game. Daoust currently leads the Packerland Conference in passing with 596 yards and nine touchdown passes while Baudhuin leads the league in rushing with 496 yards and eight touchdowns.

 

The Falcons enter the game with a perfect 3-0 record on the truncated season, winning last week 29-8 over Berlin. Like the Eagles, the Falcons rely on a strong running game behind  Jon Mathieu. The senior running back has 593 yards and five touchdowns on the season.

 

Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. 

Eagles can't catch Spartans on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles football team saw their three-game winning streak come to a halt on Friday night as Luxemburg-Casco pulled away in the second half for the 49-14 victory.

 

The Eagles drew first blood as Alex Daoust scored on a quarterback keeper from 17 yards out to make it 7-0. Isaac Vandenbush scored his first of six touchdowns on the evening for the Spartans from 83 yards out to tie things up at 7-7. After Vandenbush scored from 38 yards out to make it 14-7 Spartans, Daoust was able to connect with Nick Baudhuin on an eight-yard pattern to tie up the proceedings at 14 apiece. That drive was set up by a miscue by the Spartans on a punt attempt.  It was all Spartans after that as Vandenbush ended the half on a three-yard scamper to make it 21-14. Owen Deprez' long touchdown pass to Ryan Routhieaux and another three touchdowns by Vandenbush capped off the evening for the Spartans. Head coach Ryan Zuelke says they have plenty to work on before their next game.

 

 

The Eagles will return to action next Friday when they travel to Sheboygan Falls. 102.1 MORE FM will air the game on-air and online beginning at 6:30 p.m. with Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur on the call. 

 

FULL COACHES INTERVIEW WITH RYAN ZUELKE

 

Eagles runners soar at conference meet

The Southern Door cross country had several top 20 finishers in Thursday's Packerland Conference championships at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay.

 

The girls took second place on the afternoon with 44 points, finishing behind Sevastopol's 18. Brooke Strege paced the Eagles with a time of 22:45 on the hilly 5K course, which was good for sixth place overall. Other top runners for the Eagles included:

 

Sanya Wienke 23:22

Lydiah LeCloux 24:23

Kaylee Griep 25:33

Stephany Massart 26:46

Alexis Massart 27:19

Faith Blackley 27:57

 

The boys were one of three squads that did not have enough runners to qualify for a team title, which narrowly went to Sevastopol.  Mason Massart's time of 20:44 was good for 14th overall to lead the Eagles. Other runners included:

 

Spencer Slezewski 21:00

Cody Penovich 23:16

 

The Eagles will travel to Luxemburg to compete in the WIAA Division Subsectional.

Southern Door hosts Luxemburg-Casco on 102.1 MORE FM

Southern Door looks to stay perfect on the season but break up a losing streak to an old Packerland rival Friday night when it hosts Luxemburg-Casco Friday night.

 

The Eagles saw the running game that was so dominant earlier in the season struggle its last time out against Oconto, but quarterback Alex Daoust more than made up for it with over 250 yards through the air and three touchdown passes. Head coach Ryan Zuelke expressed that appreciation after the game last week.

Despite last week's performance, the Eagles are still averaging over 285 yards a game on the ground while outscoring opponents this season 146-31.

 

On the other sideline the Spartans look to rebound from a 41-16 loss to Wrightstown its last time out two weeks ago.  The team does have the ability to put up some points as well, blowing past the Waupaca Comets in a Week 1 victory 41-15. 


Athletic director Korey Mallien reminds fans that due to the increasing numbers of the COVID pandemic, Packerland Conference rules, and the state order about limiting capacity of gatherings, the football game between Southern Door and Luxemburg-Casco is CLOSED to the general public.  Attendance is limited to two fans per varsity football player for both teams. Gates will open at 6:30 p.m. Fans must be on an approved "fan list" at the gate in order to be admitted. The game will air 102.1 MORE FM with Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur as well as 96.7 WBDK with Matt Piesler and Paul Schmitt. Audio of the game will also stream at NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com

 

Fans can still get involved with the game with the NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com Booster Battle. The school that raises the most money will have their donations matched up to $500 by NEW Radio.

Excitement building for Southern Door/Luxemburg-Casco matchup

There will be a mutual respect on both sidelines Friday night when Southern Door hosts Luxemburg-Casco for a revival of a former Packerland football conference rivalry. The Spartans left the Packerland Conference in 2007. The Eagles are trying to snap a five-game losing streak dating back to 2002, including a 29-14 loss during their last matchup in 2006. With their respective games against Kewaunee and Denmark canceled, the Eagles and the Spartans were able to link up for the game. Luxemburg-Casco coach Cody Willems tweeted his excitement shortly after Southern Door athletic director Korey Mallien tweeted the announcement.

 

 

Eagles head coach Ryan Zuelke expressed his own excitement during the postgame show after last Friday’s win against Oconto.

Friday’s matchup between the Eagles and the Spartans will air on 102.1 MORE FM, 96.7 WBDK, DoorCountyDailyNews.com, NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com, the DoorCountyDailyNews.com mobile app, and your Amazon Echo device.

Eagles top Blue Devils 42-12 on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles had to rely on their passing game to soar past the Oconto Blue Devils 42-12 on Friday night. 

 

The Eagles got off to a slow start offensively before an interception set up a first-quarter touchdown for the Blue Devils on 10-yard pass from Caleb Moe to Will Sherman.  After a scoreless first quarter for the Eagles, Alex Daoust was able to find Jack Peterson and Marcus Marchant to take a 14-6 lead into halftime. The Eagles made some adjustments to loosen up the running game that was held to less than 50 yards in the first half. The Eagles would score three touchdowns in the third quarter, two of which were on the ground. Daoust opened the frame with a 22 yard scamper for a score followed by a Nick Baudhuin touchdown from seven yards out. With time running out in the third quarter, Devin Schinktgen turned a 10 yard pass from Daoust into 48 yard touchdown to give the Eagles a 35-6 lead. The Blue Devils would score one last time in the fourth quarter thanks to a 14 yard catch by Alex Fuller from Moe. The score was set up by a long run by Houston Rude. The two teams would exchange fumble recoveries before Baudhuin would visit the end zone one more time from 15 yards out to finish out the scoring for the Eagles. 

 

The Eagles were held to less than 150 yards rushing after averaging more than 350 yards in its first two games. Daoust made up for it through the air, throwing for 200-plus yards and three touchdowns.

 

The Eagles will face Luxemburg-Casco next Friday night for a non-conference matchup between the two former Packerland rivals. 102.1 MORE FM and 96.7 WBDK will air the game beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pre-game show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

 

 

Southern Door/Kewaunee football game called off

It could be a while before Southern Door plays again after its game Friday against Oconto.

 

Kewaunee athletic director Brian Rabas told NRSN that he has notified Southern Door athletic director Korey Mallien that the Storm would not be able to play in next Friday's game due to his district being 100 percent virtual learning. Kewaunee had hoped to play at least the football season in the fall after pushing its other sports to the alternative spring season, similar to what Southern Door has done for its volleyball program.

 

That means Southern Door will likely not play until October 23rd when it travels to play Sheboygan Falls. 

 

 

Southern Door soars to Oconto for Packerland matchup on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door offense hopes to keep firing on all cylinders when it travels to Oconto Friday night.

 

Powered by a three-headed rushing attack of quarterback Alex Daoust and running backs Nick Baudhuin and Christian Counard, the Eagles have averaged 52 points a game in their first two matchups of the season. The Eagles are coming off a 60-12 homecoming victory over a depleted Peshtigo roster. 

 

The Blue Devils scored only six points in its only game this year, a loss against new Packerland Conference member Mishicot. Last week's game against Crandon was cancelled due to community and school spread at Crandon.

 

Tim Kowols and Bryan Mazur will have the call at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m. on 102.1 MORE FM.

Culver's Student-Athlete of the Week: Southern Door's Alex Daoust

It is hard to believe Southern Door was not taking a hard look at Alex Daoust at the beginning of last year.

 

This week's Culver's Student-Athlete of the Week is off to a hot start this season, already throwing for 272 yards and five touchdowns with just one pick. He has also been able to use his legs to get his team going offensively, rushing for 141 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown.  He is already closing in on the production he had his junior year when he threw for 572 yards and threw 3 touchdowns and three interceptions. Head coach Ryan Zuelke said last week that Daoust took the offseason seriously and prepared very well entering his senior campaign.

 

Daoust and the Eagles travel to Oconto this Friday night as they look to go 3-0 on the truncated season. The game will air live on 102.1 MORE FM and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

 

Picture courtesy of Southern Door School District from last Friday's homecoming game.

SD Volleyball Falls in last Fall Event

Due to the decision to move volleyball to the spring, the Eagles played their last event of the fall Saturday. Southern Door lost both of their matches in a triangular at Oconto. The Eagles lost a tight one to St. Mary Catholic 21-25, 26-28, and fell to Oconto 11-25, 18-25. Southern Door plans on starting up the volleyball season in the spring with practices starting February 22.

 

SD Volleyball moves to Spring

Southern Door has decided to move its volleyball season to the spring. The Eagles have already participated in a few events this fall, including a triangular at Oconto Saturday. After playing a triangular at Oconto today, the season will be postponed to the spring. Southern Door Athletic Director Korey Mallien says moving to the spring may get them more opportunities to play.

 

Mallien says that there will be meetings within the conference to see what kind of schedule could be put in place. There isn’t a set date for how long the spring season could last but practice will start on February 22.

SD Volleyball Travels to Oconto

The Southern Door volleyball team is traveling to Oconto on Saturday to compete in a triangular against St. Mary Catholic and Oconto. The Eagles are looking to avenge their earlier loss on Tuesday against Oconto 8-25, 12-25, 7-25. This will also be their first matchup with St. Mary Catholic this season. Oconto enters the triangular with an impressive 12-1 record with their only loss being against Howards Grove. St. Mary Catholic enters Saturday with a 2-4 record. 

 

The triangular is set to start at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. 

 

Southern Door boasts three top 10 finishers

The Southern Door cross country had three of its runners finish in the top-10 in its races against Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran Thursday afternoon at Cherry Hills Golf Course. 

 

In the boys' race, the Eagles' Mason Massart took sixth overall with a time of 19:57. The Eagles’ other two runners, Cody Penovich and Spencer Slezewski finished with times of 21:43 and 23:41. Sevastopol won the boys race with a score of 27 while Southern Door and Green Bay N.E.W couldn’t field a complete team. 

 

The girls were able to field a full team and finished with a score of 46. Sevastopol and N.E.W. tied at 37 but Sevastopol won the tiebreaker due to having a sixth runner. Southern Door's Brooke Strege (22:36) and Sanya Wienke (22:53) finished fifth and sixth overall.  Lydia LeCloux finished in seventh, running a time of 23:06 on the 5K course. The remaining scorers finished in the top 15.

 

Faith Blackley 25:15

Kaylee Griep 25:58

 

Southern Door competes next on October 8.