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Southern Door girls edges Denmark

The pendulum swung back and forth between Southern Door and Denmark before it settled in the Eagles' favor in a 59-58 victory.

 

Ashlyn Delfosse saved the day for the Eagles, hitting four three-pointers in the second half en route to 15 points in the second half and 21 points for the game. Bella Price added 11 points in the win for the Eagles. 

 

Kiarrah Micolichela helped make things interesting in the second half for the Vikings, scoring 13 of her team-high 16 points in the second half. 

Southern Door girls head to Denmark for invite

The Southern Door girls' basketball team will face four regional rivals in their first tournament of the year in Denmark.

 

Cedar Grove-Belgium, Denmark, and Two Rivers will all be featured in the two-day tournament. Games will take place at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Friday and noon and 2 p.m. for the Saturday games that will decide the placement in the tournament. 

 

After being forced into overtime, the Eagles outscored Shiocton Indians 13-9 to take the game 57-53. Callie Miller led the way with 22 points while Isabella Price added 11 points and Alianna Dufek scored 10 points in the victory. 

Eagles boys avenge playoff loss to Denmark

It will not replace last year's playoff exit, but Southern Door's season-opening win over Denmark 62-49 victory will heal some wounds.

 

The Eagles jumped out to a 31-20 lead over the Vikings and never looked back. Drew Daoust led all scorers with 27 points, including two of his three three-pointers in the second half. Taylor Schaefer added 16 points in the victory.

 

Jack Dewar hit three three-pointers en route to a 12 point night, Denmark's only double-figure scorer in the contest. 

 

 

Eagles return main core and look to start season strong against Denmark

Southern Door will open with the team they have most recently faced, as the Eagles will open up their season at home against the Denmark Vikings. 

 

Southern Door, who was 15-11 overall and 11-5 in Packerland Conference play, was eliminated by Denmark 51-34 in round two of the WIAA postseason. The Eagles do not lose many contributors from last season's team, as they will still have their top three scorers, and most importantly Drew Daoust back. Daoust is ranked in the state and was a key contributor last season, and is projected to take another step up as well. 

 

Denmark was one of the best teams in Division three last season, but they have lost a lot of key talent from their team last season. They can thank their 18-9 record on Donovan Short, who is now playing basketball for Wisconsin-Green Bay, Hayden Konkol, Kenneth Satori, and many other contributors who have graduated. The Vikings will still have talent, but the Eagles could play spoiler for the Vikings season opener. 

 

Tip is scheduled for 7:30 in Brussels. 

Eagles girls travel to Shiocton looking to stay perfect

The Eagles of Southern Door’s Girls Basketball team will look to improve to 2-0 on the season when they travel to Shiocton Tuesday night. 

 

Southern Door took down the Wausaukee Rangers 64-41 Friday night behind a huge showing from Allianna Dufek. After tearing her ACL dating back to the last fall season, Dufek wasted no time getting back to dominating the basketball court, as she scored 22 points, leading the Eagles. Southern Door faced Shiocton last season, and fell to them in their season opener 59-34. This Eagles team is more experienced however, and should play a much closer game than last season. 

 

Shiocton is opening their season against the Eagles, as their game against the Sevastopol Pioneers was postponed due to their football team being in the WIAA State Football Championship game. Shiocton is only losing one senior from last year's 16-11 team, which is Larissa Young, who was their leading scorer with 9.9 Points Per Game. 

 

The game is set to begin at 7:15 in Shiocton. 

Southern Door Girls Basketball opens at Wausaukee

The Southern Door Eagles will take on the Wausaukee Rangers in their season opener on Friday night in Wausaukee. 

 

Southern Door hired a new head coach this offseason, as Andy Bruess will take over for the Eagles and make his Southern Door debut on the road. His team will be led by multiple underclassmen players, as the Eagles did not have a senior on the roster last year. The 6-19 record of last year should be much improved upon. One of the team's wins last year was against these same Wausaukee Rangers, as they won 45-41 with Paige Olson scoring 10 points leading the Eagles. 

 

Wausaukee also had a challenging season last year, as they finished 4-20 overall and were not able to win a game in their conference. The Rangers got their season underway already, as they took a close loss to Florence 52-46. Wausaukee relies on Senior Rachel Schleis who averaged double digits last season. 

 

Tip scheduled for 7:15. 

Daoust expected to lead Eagles into new season

The Eagles of Southern Door had their seven year streak of conference championships snapped last season after a fourth place finish. 

 

The Eagles were contenders for an eighth straight year all the way to the end of the season, until they fell to the Kewaunee Storm in Kewaunee 61-40. Southern Door was led by freshman guard Drew Daoust all season, as he entered the starting lineup four games into the season and never looked back. Daoust, ranked #18 as a point guard in the state of Wisconsin in the class of 2025, averaged 19.4 points per game on 56% shooting. 

 

Southern Door also sees most of their roster come back, as they lost two seniors who got starter type minutes. Jared Hawkey and Taylor Schaefer are two names to watch for the Eagles, as they were dominant on the defensive end, with Hawkey averaging 2 blocks per game from his Forward spot. 

 

One area Southern Door could improve on to win potentially more games this season is their Free Throw percentage. The team as a whole shot 57.4% from the line throughout the season, where their opponents shot 64%. Southern Door had six losses on their record of 10 points or less, in four of those six losses the team was 50 percent or worse from the line, including a 44% (13/29) performance in a seven point loss to Oconto. 

 

Southern Door opens their season against a new look, yet familiar opponent in Denmark at home on November 22nd. Packerland play begins December 1st in Oconto. 

Schaefer earns All-State football honors

Southern Door's Taylor Schaefer keeps earning recognition for his stellar season weeks after it ended.

 

Schaefer earned All-State Small School honors for his work at the linebacker position. Schaefer led the team with 151 tackles, registering 12 sacks and 44 tackles for a loss. He also forced four fumbles and had two recoveries.

Eagles Girls Basketball take on new season with a change of coach

The Southern Door Eagles girls basketball team faced a challenging season last year, but will return every single varsity player from last season, including sophomore Kendra Shimon, who earned First Team All-Conference honors in her freshman season. 

 

The Eagles found themselves finishing the season with a 6-19 record overall, and a 5-11 record in the conference, which was good for seventh in the Packerland. Not only does Southern Door get their whole varsity roster back, the Eagles also gain back Allianna Dufek, who made her presence known on the volleyball front in the fall, getting 2nd team All-Conference honors. 

 

The Eagles will also get more years of growth from their guard play, as Junior Payton Gilbertson, and Sophomore Ashlyn Delfosse are expected to take leaps this season to help Southern Door be competitive in the conference. The Eagles have also gone through a coaching change after former head coach Jason Shimon stepped down after one game last season, Taylor Jandrin would go on and be named the interim coach for the rest of last season. Andy Bruess has been given the keys to the team this season, as he was named the head coach to replace Jandrin and Shimon. 

 

The Eagles will open up their season on the road in Wausaukee on Friday November 18th, and Packerland play begins for Southern Door on November 29th against the reigning Packerland champion Oconto Blue Devils. 

DCU wins conference meet

The Door County United girls high school swim team are champions yet again following their win on Thursday, October 27th. DCU is the 2022 Bay Conference Champions with their 582 point win. The team had many first-team, second-team, and honorable mentions for the season. Christy Braun (SBHS)  and Julia Michalski (SBHS) both finished first-team all-conference in all of their events for the meet. Isabella Jimenez Seyfer (SBHS) finished second-team all-conference in the 100-yard fly with her best time of 1:07.96. Molly Hall (SDHS) finished 6th overall in that same event, dropping about 5 seconds from her best time. Senior Sayna Wienke finished second-team all-conference and honorable mention in her events for the evening. The remainder of the conference awards is listed below. The junior varsity team finished in second place at the conference meet. Ophelia Linnan (SEV) and Jordis Brilla (SBHS) both finished first in each of their individual events for the evening for the junior varsity team. The varsity team will go on to compete at sectionals on November 5th at Neenah High School. 

 

First Team All Conference

Christy Braun (SBHS): 200 Yard Medley Relay, 200 Yard Individual Medley, 200 Yard Freestyle Relay, 100 Yard Breaststroke  

Regan Kasten (SBHS): 200 Yard Medley Relay, 200 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Julia Michalski (SBHS): 200 Yard Medley Relay, 100 Yard Freestyle, 200 Yard Freestyle Relay, 100 Yard Backstroke 

Danica Neville (SDHS): 200 Yard Freestyle Relay  

Cassie Rankin (SEV): 200 Yard Medley Relay, 200 Yard Freestyle

 

Second Team All Conference 

Natalia Michalski (SBHS): 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Danica Neville (SDHS): 100 Yard Backstroke, 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Cassie Rankin (SEV): 500 Yard Freestyle, 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Isabella Jimenez Seyfer (SBHS): 100 Yard Fly 

Sanya Wienke (SBHS): 200 Yard Individual Medley, 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

 

Honorable Mention 

Chloe Bissen (SBHS): 200 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV): 200 Yard Individual Medley, 200 Yard Freestyle Relay  

Regan Kasten (SBHS): 100 Yard Breaststroke 

Natalia Michalski (SBHS): 200 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Sanya Wienke (SBHS): 100 Yard Freestyle, 200 Yard Freestyle Relay  

Bousley prepares for state meet

Southern Door freshman Emma Bousley will take on her biggest stage yet on Saturday when she runs in the WIAA State Cross Country meet in Wisconsin Rapids.

 

Bousley earned her spot as one of the top five runners not competing as a qualified team member. She reached the leaderboard in 10th place at the Manitowoc Lutheran sectional with a time of 21:23. She has cracked the 21:30 barrier five times, including two times breaking 21 minutes. 

 

Bousley and fellow Packerland runner Hannah Miller of Kewaunee will both line up in Corral 10 at the Division 3 Girls State Meet Race, which begins at noon on Saturday. 

 

Photo courtesy of Southern Door School District

Eagles face Chilton in level two clash

Southern Door will take on the Chilton Tigers in a WIAA regional semifinal matchup in Brussels Friday night. 

 

The Eagles, after rolling over the Brillion Tigers 49-0 last Friday, will take on another Eastern Wisconsin Conference team in Chilton. The Tigers have been tough competition for a lot of teams this year, led by their great defense. Southern Door has arguably one of the best defenses in their section of the bracket, if not their sectional in whole. The Eagle offense has been able to show their strides as of late as well, putting up 40 points in back to back weeks against the Clippers and the Tigers. They will look to put more up to get them to the regional finals. 

 

Chilton defeated the Clintonville Truckers 7-6 in a low scoring defensive battle. The Tigers were able to pick off Quarterback Kade Rosenow twice, who was in the top of the state in passing yards and touchdowns. Chilton is able to run it on the ground well, starting with their running back Jared Gehl who was able to run for 129 yards against the Truckers. The two teams have similar strengths on offense and defense, so it should be set up for a great game in Brussels. 

 

Kickoff is set for 7:00 P.M. 

Bousley soars to state meet

Freshman Emma Bousley is one-for-one in her bids for the state meet in her young high school cross-country career for Southern Door.

 

Bousley ran a time of 21:23 to clinch the state berth and a 10th-place finish. The Eagles girls finished in 14th place with 361 points.

 

1 10 Emma Bousley 9 21:23.5

2 69 Kelsey Johnson 10 25:45.9

3 78 Maddie Finger 10 26:29.7

4 96 Alexis Massart 11 28:18.0

5 108 Samantha Massart 9 30:39.5 

 

Ben Grota just missed his own bid to the state meet, finishing in 9th place with a 5K time of 17:40. The Eagles boys' took 13th place with 275 points.  

 

1 9 Ben Grota 10 17:40.7

2 18 Lucas Conard 10 18:19.3

3 79 Nic Kallin 12 22:40.0

4 83 Cody Penovich 11 22:45.8

5 86 Thomas Jackson 11 23:19.1

6 ( 88) Lukas Kallin 10 23:28.3

7 ( 92) Brayden Vogel 10 31:41.3 

Eagles fly past Lions on 104.1 WRLU

The Southern Door Eagles avenged their 2020 playoff loss to Brillion in a big way on Friday night, beating them 49-0.

 

Zach Lynch tallied three touchdowns on the ground while Jonas Jandrin scored two of his own through the air and on the ground. Drew Daoust was the one that provided Jandrin the toss to put the game well out of reach for the Eagles. Christian Counard even got in on the act on defense, taking an interception return for the touchdown.

 

A feel-good moment of the game happened late when backup quarterback Lauden Berg found his brother Braylon for a touchdown pass. 

 

The Eagles will be back in action next week when they host Chilton in Brussels.

Eagles volleyball travels to Tigers for regional finals

The Southern Door Eagles will have to face a tall task to get to sectionals as they travel to Howards Grove on Saturday. 

 

Southern Door was able to battle back against the Lancers of Manitowoc Lutheran on Thursday night. The Eagles faced an early deficit after dropping the first two sets by a score of 17-25 and 18-25. After some changes were made and a shift of momentum, Southern Door battled all the way back to force a 5th set after a 2-2 series tie. The Eagles would go on to win 15-13 in that last set, completing the reverse sweep of the Lancers. 

 

Howards Grove ran through the Algoma Wolves with ease, with a sweep in scores of 25-6, 25-10 and 25-8. The Tigers are the reigning champions in the state in Division 5, and will be a tall task for the Eagles. Southern Door is rolling in with some momentum and recently some good volleyball being played, but we will see if that is enough for the Eagles. 

 

The match is set to be played in Howards Grove at 7:00. 

Eagles volleyball comeback sends them to regional final

With their backs against the wall, the Southern Door Eagles pulled off the comeback Thursday night against Manitowoc Lutheran 17-25, 18-25, 25-23, 25-13, 15-13.

 

Leading the Eagles back from a two-deficit to a five-set victory were Kendra Shimon (5 aces, 16 kills, nine digs), Allianna Dufek (9 blocks, seven kills), Paige Olson (10 kills), Greta Gutschow (25 digs), and Alaina Shimon (36 assists, four kills, three aces). 

 

The Eagles will now face defending state champion Howards Grove on the road for a 7 p.m. regional final match. 

Eagle runners set for Saturday's race

Southern Door will travel south to Meadow Links Golf Course on Saturday for their sectional meet in Division three. 

 

The Eagles have had success this season from their boys team, led by sophomore Ben Grota. Grota has run fast all season, and picked up a PR at the Panther Invite on September 29th. He ran a 17:14 that day, which was good for fifth place. Every runner on the boys team has had a personal record recorded this season. 

 

The girls team was led by Brooke Strege, until she was shut down towards the end of the season. From there, Emma Bousley, a freshman, has really taken off and impressed this season. Bousley ran a 20:55 also at the Panther Invite, where she took 12th place in the girls standings. 

 

The runners will look to potentially make a trip to state if they run well on Saturday.  

Eagles look to get past Lions in WIAA postseason

After receiving a one seed in the WIAA reveal show on Saturday, the Packerland conference champion Southern Door Eagles will be back in action as they host the Brillion Lions. 

 

Southern Door ended their season perfect at 9-0 overall and 7-0 in conference play. A big factor of that record has been the defense, who was able to shut out the Sturgeon Bay Clippers last week, and not allow them to even reach the red zone on any of their drives. Drew Daoust and Zack Lynch have also been key contributors to the offense to keep them afloat and to make sure the team is not one dimensional. The Eagles have had some trouble with Brillion in the past, but they are looking to make things right with a win on Friday night. 

 

Brillion had more of a challenging year than most expected, with their overall record being 3-6 and 3-4 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference. The Lions were led to that record and the eight seed in the playoffs by play from their defense and Running Back Jaden Bastian. Brillion was able to sneak into the playoffs thanks to losing to some top teams in their conference and overall strength of schedule. 

 

The game is scheduled for 7:00 kickoff in Brussels. 

DCU swimmers continue season at Shawano

The Door County United Swim Team will take their talents west to Shawano High School for the Conference Sprints Invitational. 
 

The team finished strong at Small School State on Saturday, October 15th. The team finished 8th overall out of 16 teams scoring 165 total points. The invitational had both swimming and diving included in the scoring, however, DCU does not have a diving team. The competition consisted of teams from Milwaukee and the surrounding area. Danica Neville (SDHS) had a phenomenal meet, finishing 10th overall in the 100-yard backstroke and 5th overall in the 100-yard breaststroke, scoring 28 points. Cassie Rankin (SEV) finished 8th in the 100-yard butterfly and 9th in the 500-yard freestyle, scoring 20 points overall. Sanya Wienke (SBHS) was very successful with her 7th-place finish in the 200-yard individual medley and 14th place in the 100-yard freestyle, scoring 15 points for the team. Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV) and Chloe Bissen (SBHS) both had great meets as well, scoring 13 and 5 points, respectively. Despite not coming home with the win, the team swam exceptionally well and held their own against some teams from outside the conference.

 

Thursday's meet begins at 5:30 p.m.

Eagles advance over Gibraltar in WIAA volleyball tournament

The Southern Door Eagles will travel to Manitowoc Lutheran on Thursday after sweeping Gibraltar in an opening-round matchup in Brussels on Tuesday.

 

The Eagles beat the Vikings 25-11, 25-20, 25-17.

 

Standouts include Alaina Shimon (4 aces, 2 blocks, 25 assists), Ashlyn Delfosse (4 aces), Paige Olson (2 blocks, 11 kills), Kendra Shimon (8 kills), and Greta Gutschow (17 digs). 

 

Manitowoc Lutheran finished its season 5-2 en route to an overall record of 15-14. They swept New Holstein 3-0 in their first-round match on Tuesday. Match time is set for 7 p.m.

Packerland conference football season ends with Eagles on top

The Packerland Conference football season has come to an end with the playoffs starting up this Friday. 4 teams from the Packerland made the playoffs, with three teams being in Division 5 and one being in Division 6. 

 

The Southern Door Eagles were able to claim their first Packerland conference title for the first time since 2017, as they ran the table on the regular season and finished 9-0 overall. They clinched at least a share of the title, after defeating the reigning conference champions Kewaunee Storm 19-14, the week before they claimed it outright after defeating rival Sturgeon Bay 41-0. 

 

The two other schools in the area finished second and fourth, with that being Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay respectively. Those two teams will match up against each other in Kewaunee on Friday night, as Southern Door hosts Brillion in Division five play. The only other playoff team, Bonduel, travels to Crivitz for the first round. 

 

The full season conference standings are listed below. 

 

SCHOOL WON LOST 

Southern Door 7-0 

Kewaunee 6-1 

Bonduel 5-2 

Sturgeon Bay 4-3 

Marinette 2-5 

Mishicot 2-5 

Oconto 1-6 

Peshtigo 1-6 

Eagles face familiar foe in Gibraltar for playoff opener

A Packerland Conference showdown kicks off the WIAA volleyball playoffs for Gibraltar and Southern Door. 

 

The Eagles went 21-12 on the season, including a 2-1 mark in the Packerland Conference Tournament. While they may have lost the title to NEW Lutheran, they won their other two matches against Sturgeon Bay in straight sets and 2-1 victory over Sevastopol.

 

The Vikings finished their season with a 6-18 overall mark, including a 1-2 mark in the Packerland Conference Tournament. After being swept by Sevastopol and Sturgeon Bay, the Vikings salvaged their trip to Brussels with a 2-1 victory over Oconto.

 

The first serve is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Southern Door to host conference volleyball tournament

The Packerland Conference will settle its own score with its tournament on Saturday at Southern Door. 

 

The regular season ended with NEW Lutheran in first place with 12 points. Sevastopol, Peshtigo, and Sturgeon Bay all finished tied for second with 10 points. First matches begin at 9:30 a.m.

Grota, Bousley pace Eagles at conference XC meet

The Southern Door cross country's final tune-up before the state series featured some strong performances.

 

For the boys, Ben Grota took second with a time of 18:04, but a suspect time may bump him to the top spot. The girls had Emma Bousley leading the way for the Eagles with a 5K time of 20:55, which was good for fourth place overall. As a team, the boys too fourth and the girls finished in sixth.

 

BOYS

1.2.10Ben Grota 18:04.89Southern Door

2.5.10Lucas Conard 18:20.39Southern Door

3.22.10Brayden Vogel 20:44.98Southern Door

4.27.12Nic Kallin 22:46.40Southern Door

5.28.11Thomas Jackson 22:54.23Southern Door

6.29.10Lukas Kallin 23:02.45Southern Door

7.30.11Cody Penovich 23:08.13Southern Door

 

GIRLS

1.4.9Emma Bousley20:55.99Southern Door

2.26.10Maddie Finger25:06.43Southern Door

3.28.10Kelsey Johnson25:22.32Southern Door

4.40.9Samantha Massart27:22.44Southern Door

5.45.11Alexis Massart28:01.24 SRSouthern Door

Eagles volleyball welcomes Sturgeon Bay

The Southern Door Eagles volleyball team renew its county rivalry during the last week of the regular season on Tuesday.

 

The Eagles had a great weekend in Brillion, winning three of its four matches, including its finale against Brillion 2-1. The three wins snapped a two match losing streak for the Eagles.

 

The Clippers beat Algoma 3-1 to snap its own two-match losing streak. It is has been a part of a theme for the Clippers, which has two winning streaks of three on the season.

 

First serve is  7 p.m.