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Southern Door High School

Eagles prepared for takeoff

After taking a trip to Memorial Field, Brussels was next on the list as the Eagles of Southern Door are just three days away from officially beginning their regular season quest for a Conference Championship. After finishing second in the Packerland last year, they are primed for an opportunity to make a move and a potential deep run into the playoffs. Returning all but 2 starters on both sides of the line and a brand new head coach with championship experience, this could be the formula that finally gets Southern Door back to the dominant ways and potentially a state visit for the first time since 1989. 


The Eagles, like that ‘89 team, are returning key players. Jack Peterson has been a star ever since he got his first snaps at the varsity level. Peterson was a 2nd Team All-Conference Quarterback, only behind Mitchell Thompson from Kewaunee. His ability to be a dual threat runner and passer fared well in the offense last year, and looks to have a big part in the offense again this year. Peterson offered insight on what this next year might look like, and the offseason training that the team did to really get ready to have a successful season. 



It appears that the Quarterback from last season has made the switch to Wide Receiver. This gives the Eagles a fast receiving target to go along with a huge jump ball threat in Jared Hawkey. Which would mean Drew Daoust, who we saw star at receiver last season, will be the new Quarterback for the Eagles. Peterson was not shy about talking about the goals of the team, but also knows a one week at a time mentality could ultimately lead them to those long term goals. 


Another senior from the talented class of 2023 that the Eagles have is Linebacker Taylor Schaefer. With Division II offers from schools like Upper Iowa and Bemidji State, Schaefer appears to be primed for yet again another breakout season. Taylor was the Defensive Player of the Year in the Packerland Conference, and was nominated as an All-Region linebacker in the 2-small region. After playing defensive end for his first two seasons, Schaefer talked about his switch to Middle Linebacker, and some changes that came on over the offseason. 



Schaefer seems to have also undergone a positional change, going from his running back spot last season to tight end this year. Getting Peterson and Schaefer in a spot to go out and make a play could show signs that the Eagles are going to be going pass heavy on offense. Taylor touched on his recruitment a little bit, saying it has slowed down quite a bit since the start of August, but appears to be making his announcement sometime during the season. 


The Eagles will look to bounce back after a season under their expectations last year, and finally get that deep run everyone believes they can eventually make. Add in underclassmen Quarterback Drew Daoust, and other senior contributors and Southern Door could be seeing themselves in a good spot come late October. 

Southern Door Youth Wrestlers 'RUMBLE in the RAFTERS'

More than 20 Southern Door youth wrestlers battled the heat on Saturday, August 6th as they took part in the first ever "Rumble in the Rafters" Wrestling Fun Camp hosted at Scott & Stacie Jeanquart's farm.  The event is comparable to the previous "Barn Brawl" fun camp that the Southern Door Wrestling Club has held for the past 10 years.  


New and experienced wrestlers participated in not only wrestling practices and a dual team event, but had plenty of healthy and fun activities including the always  popular obstacle course!  A BIG thank you to the B.U.G. Fire Dept, Door County Sheriff's Dept, and all of the volunteer coaches, mentors and parents that helped make the event happen!  Special thanks to Scott & Stacie Jeanquart for hosting!  The Rumble in the Rafters will be an annual event that focuses on good health and team camaraderie, with an emphasis on having fun and good sportsmanship.  



Photos by:  Stacy Motquin




Peterson gets recognition

Southern Door quarterback Jack Peterson has gained attention throughout the state the past few days, as he was one of 60 other senior QBs to be added to a Watch List for the David Krieg Award. The award is part of the WSN Senior Award series, where the top senior at each position will receive the award. 


Peterson is joined by Mitchell Thompson from conference rival Kewaunee on the preseason list. A second year starter for the Eagles, Peterson will be tasked with once again leading the offense this season. The Eagles return almost all starters to an offense that averaged 18.5 Points Per Game last season, a number that should be much higher this upcoming season. 


Peterson was the Packerland Conference All-Conference 2nd Team Quarterback this past season, behind only Mitchell Thompson, who joins him on the list. Peterson threw for 719 Yards last season with 7 touchdowns. Peterson excelled on the ground even more though, rushing for 643 yards and 7 touchdowns as well. He will have his top three receiving targets back this season, with Jared Hawkey, Drew Daoust, and Alec Guilette having caught every single one of his touchdowns this past season. Jack will also have versatile threat Taylor Schaefer back on offense, as Peterson and Schaefer posed a 1-2 running punch that was difficult to stop at times. 


Peterson will have to perform well this season to make the semifinalists list at midseason, but the potential for a breakout season is there for the Eagles and Peterson. 

Eagles look to improve under new leadership

The Eagles of Southern Door underwent a coaching change this past offseason, bringing in new Head Coach Mark Jonas. Coach Jonas has been a head coach at Oconomowoc, Kaukauna, and most recently Ashwaubenon. Those jobs led him to become a member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Hall of Fame in 2022. Jonas takes over for former head Coach Ryan Zuehlke who stepped down from his position last season.


Southern Door was one game short of winning conference last year with a 8-5 record overall, and a 6-1 record in conference, but had their title dreams ended by the Storm. Southern Door is returning most of their team from last year, only losing a handful of seniors, and most notably Offensive Lineman of the Year in the Packerland, Brodie Overbeck.


The Eagles will be leaning on senior linebacker Taylor Schaefer, who was named Defensive Player of the Year in the conference last year, and has received multiple Division II offers over the summer. Southern Door opens their season on Friday August 19th, against the Oostburg Flying Dutchmen. Southern Door defeated Oostburg week 1 last season 25-17 and will look to sink the Dutchmen once again this season. 


There appears to be a lot of potential from this Southern Door football team this season, as the starting lineup will almost be the same as before, with all players having an offseason to get stronger and better. The Eagles will look to get revenge on the Storm from last season and bring home a conference championship of their own for their first year head coach. 


Overbeck makes impact in WFCA All-Star game

Southern Door's Brodie Overbeck help the WFCA Small-School North All-Stars win their game on Saturday, 25-7.


Overbeck was credited with three assisted tackles, including one that was for no-gain. He ended up being the only local player participating in the three All-Star games hosted by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association after Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg opted out of the game. His coach, Mike Peck, still helped coach the Eight-Man North All-Stars in a 23-6 loss. 


Most important, Overbeck was a part of a fundraising effort that raised over $350,000 to support the Children's Hospital of Milwaukee. 


Southern Door's Counard, L-C's Deprez earn All-State honors

The postseason honors keep coming in for Southern Door's Christian Counard and Luxemburg-Casco's Owen Deprez.


The pair were named to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association's All-State team as honorable mentions. Deprez, a junior, earned his spot as a pitcher while Counard, also a junior, garnered his honor as an outfielder. 


Deprez was the player of the year for the North Eastern Conference and a first-team performer while Counard was an All-Packerland Conference first-team performer.

Local players named to Fox Valley High School Senior All-Star Game

Some familiar names will take the field on July 10th for the Fox Valley High School Senior All-Star Game at Fox Cities Stadium.


Southern Door's Charlie Neinas and Logan Jeanquart along with Luxemburg-Casco's Blake Robillard are scheduled to participate in the game. Additional players may be announced in the coming days.


The games are scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. with tickets costing $6. 

Eagles' Peterson and Counard selected to All-District Team

The accolades keep coming for Southern Door baseball players Christian Counard and Jack Peterson.


Both players were named to the WBCA All-Northeast District Teams. Counard was placed on the First-Team as an outfielder, boasting a .451 average with three homers and 15 RBI. Peterson was named to the second-team as an infielder after hitting over .700 and earning Packerland Player of the Year Honors. 


The WBCA’s North East District, includes the Big East, Eastern Wisconsin, Fox Valley Association, Fox River Classic, Northeastern, and Packerland Conferences. For a player to be chosen, he must be nominated by his head coach, who must be a member of the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association.

Peterson leads Eagles' 15 All-Conference selection

Southern Door boasts not just the most All-Packerland Conference selections in the area, but also the baseball player of the year.


Jack Peterson's .710 batting average catapulted him to not just the player of the year honor, but also a first-team selection for baseball. He was among 15 selections across golf, baseball and softball, which was the most across all schools based in Door and Kewaunee counties.



First Team

Tyler Neinas                              Southern Door                          Freshman

Charlie Neinas                           Southern Door                          Senior

Jack Peterson                           Southern Door                          Junior               Unanimous

Christian Counard                      Southern Door                          Junior               Unanimous


Second Team

Jaden Diller                               Southern Door                          Junior

Logan Jeanquart                       Southern Door                          Senior


Honorable Mention

Drew Daoust                             Southern Door                          Freshman



First Team

Sophia Counard                        Southern Door                          Sophomore


Second Team

Chloe Lustila                             Southern Door                          Junior


Honorable Mention

Ashlyn Delfosse                                    Southern Door                          Freshman

Colbi Jacquet                            Southern Door                          Junior

Greta Gutschow                        Southern Door                          Junior

Tori Marchant                            Southern Door                          Junior




Finley LaVine                          Southern Door                                    Freshman

Jacob Norton                          Southern Door                                    Senior

Eagles baseball hosts Brillion Monday

The Southern Door baseball team gets their WIAA Tournament run underway when they host Brillion Tuesday afternoon.


The Eagles ran the table in the Packerland Conference and went 19-2 overall to earn the number one seed in the regional. They have not lost since losing the back end of a doubleheader against Winneconne on May 7th. They have won nine straight games since then, including a 7-2 win over Gibraltar on Washington Island on May 21st.


The Lions earned their spot in the regional semi-final with a 3-1 win over Manitowoc Lutheran last Thursday. That was the team's fourth straight win to help them improve to 8-9 on the season.

First pitch is set for 4:30 p.m.

Better late than never for Southern Door softball in regional championship

The Southern Door softball team heads to Wautoma Friday for their delayed regional championship game.


The Eagles have been streaky all season, including their current two-game winning stint with close victories over Algoma and Wrightstown during that time.


They will face a tough opponent in Wautoma, who beat Adams-Friendship in their first tournament game and broke a two-game losing skid. They had won their previous 16 games before that.


The game will begin at 5 p.m. in Wautoma. 

Three athletes PR for Southern Door at sectional track meet

The Southern Door track team boasted plenty of strong performances at their last meet of the year.


Danica Neville was the closest to qualifying for the state meet in LaCrosse, running a personal record in the 400m to finish in fifth, one spot shy of the top four needed. Brooke Strege and Kaden Borkovetz also ran personal records at the WIAA Sectional hosted by Little Chute Thursday.



110m Hurdles - 39" Division 2 - Prelims
10. 11 Kaden Borkovetz   16.49a PR Southern Door  
300m Hurdles - 36" Division 2 - Finals
13. 12 Andrew Kluth   46.55a Southern Door  
Long Jump Division 2 - Finals
14. 11 Kaden Borkovetz   17-01.75 Southern Door  




400 Meters Division 2 - Finals
5. 10 Danica Neville   1:02.27a PR Southern Door  
1600 Meters Division 2 - Finals
-- 11 Brooke Strege   DNS Southern Door  
3200 Meters Division 2 - Finals
6. 11 Brooke Strege   12:06.08a PR Southern Door  



Southern Door's Neville wins regional track title

Danica Neville was the big winner for the Southern Door Eagles at Monday's Wrightstown Track and Field Regional.


Neville won the 400m to clinch her spot in this Thursday's sectional meet. Other sectional qualifiers include Brooke Strege in a pair of events, Andrew Kluth, and Kaden Borkovetz in a pair of events.


Full results

Eagles softball's state journey begins in Wrightstown

The Southern Door softball team's road to Madison requires a little bit of a road trip as they travel to Wrightstown.


The Eagles split their last eight games in the wake of a five-game winning streak at the end of April. They beat Algoma 7-6 in their regular season finale.


The Tigers ended their year with an 11-0 win over Reedsville after a fourth-place finish in the NEC. That win broke a two game losing streak heading towards tournament time.


First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.

Eagles win island matchup against Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles followed up its Friday sweep of NEW Lutheran with a ferry ride and a 7-2  win over Gibraltar Saturday afternoon.


The Eagles opened the scoring with three runs in the second inning. The Vikings would come back the next inning with two runs of their own, but the Eagles would put the game away with three runs in the fourth inning and a single tally in the sixth to put the game away. 


Will Jandrin picked up the win with four innings of relief and three strikeouts. Ryan Jorgenson took the loss, giving up six runs on six hits across 3 1/3 innings.


Jack Peterson had two RBI while Charlie Neinas and Tyler Neinas each had a pair of hits for the Eagles.


For the VIkings, Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole each had an RBI while Cole had a pair of hits. Brady Kita, Max Maltby, and Rylan Caldecott also had hits.

Peterson's dingers clinches conference crown for Southern Door baseball

Jack Peterson slugged two homers in the game but it was the second one in the top of the eighth inning that gave Southern Door the 11-9 win over Oconto and an outright Packerland Conference championship.


It was a back and forth game all night long against the Blue Devils. Southern Door took lead in the top of sixth on a Tyler Neinas two-run single. Oconto took the lead back in the bottom of the sixth on a ground out and throwing error. To start the top of the 7th with one out, Taylor Schaefer walked and Jack Peterson hit a two-run homer to make the score 8-8 sending the game to extras. In the top of the eighth, Tyler Neinas walked and got to 2nd on a sacrifice bunt by Derik Schinktgen. Later in the inning, he scored on an error hit by Jared Hawkey. Peterson followed up with his second homer to right field to make the score 11-8. Oconto rallied in the bottom scoring one but left the bases loaded.


The win gives Southern Door its second straight Packerland Conference championship as they improve to 16-2 on the season.

Eagles baseball battles for first place against Oconto

The winner of Southern Door/Oconto on Thursday will go a long way in deciding the Packerland Conference baseball title.


Oconto leads the conference with eight wins, while Southern Door has a perfect Packerland mark. Both teams are the only ones to have scored more than 70 runs. Kewaunee is the next closest with 60.


The Eagles have not lost since the back end of its doubleheader against Winneconne on May 7th, starting a five-game winning streak after having its previous 10-game streak snapped. 


The Blue Devils saw its seven-game winning streak snapped when they lost to Kewaunee in the back end of its doubleheader. They came back a week later with a 14-4 blowout win over 2021 state participant Denmark.


First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.


Southern Door also learned earlier this week that it will be a top seed in the WIAA tournament. They will play the winner of Manitowoc Lutheran and Brillion on May 31st.

Southern Door secures pair of runner up finishes at Packerland Track Championships

Home track advantage played nicely for the Southern Door track teams as they both took second in Monday's Packerland Conference Championships.


The boys finished in second place behind Kewaunee thanks to wins by Brodie Overbeck (discus), Eli Mancheski (high jump) and second-place finishes by Kaden Borkovetz (long jump) and Overbeck (shot put).


The girls finished behind Sturgeon Bay for second place with Brooke Strege capturing the 800m and 3200m and the 4x100m topping the field.



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10Zack Lynch11.89a PRSouthern Door

8.12Alex Montana12.21aSouthern Door

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

6.12Alex Montana11.95a SRSouthern Door

8.10Zack Lynch12.06aSouthern Door

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.12Alex Montana24.23a PRSouthern Door

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

5.12Alex Montana24.57aSouthern Door

9.10Alaric Urban25.28a PRSouthern Door

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.11Jonas Jandrin58.74a PRSouthern Door

9.12Mason Massart1:02.39aSouthern Door

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.9Ben Grota2:20.62aSouthern Door

7.12Eli Mancheski2:24.16aSouthern Door

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.9Ben Grota4:59.06a PRSouthern Door

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.9Ben Grota11:34.01aSouthern Door

10.12Collin Grota13:02.18aSouthern Door

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals

3.12Andrew Kluth17.05a PRSouthern Door

6.11Hunter Malvitz18.77aSouthern Door

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims

2.12Andrew Kluth17.56aSouthern Door

6.11Hunter Malvitz18.71a PRSouthern Door

11Kaden BorkovetzFSSouthern Door

300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals

3.12Andrew Kluth44.07a PRSouthern Door

6.11Hunter Malvitz46.49a PRSouthern Door

10.11Kaden Borkovetz50.19aSouthern Door

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


12Alex Montana

10Alaric Urban

10Zack Lynch

11Cody Nellis

47.66aSouthern Door - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


10Zack Lynch

10Alaric Urban

9Jaymes Dietlein

11Cody Nellis

1:40.75aSouthern Door - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Hunter Malvitz

9Lucas Conard

12Mason Massart

12Eli Mancheski

3:55.42aSouthern Door - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Brayden Vogel

9Lucas Conard

12Mason Massart

12Eli Mancheski

9:46.54aSouthern Door - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals

2.12Brodie Overbeck44-02.50 SRSouthern Door

6.11Kody Marchant37-03.00 PRSouthern Door

9.11Zachery Rhoades35-02.00Southern Door

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Prelims

2.12Brodie Overbeck41-05.00Southern Door

6.11Kody Marchant37-03.00Southern Door

9.11Zachery Rhoades35-02.00Southern Door

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals

1.12Brodie Overbeck136-05 PRSouthern Door

8.11Zachery Rhoades105-00 PRSouthern Door

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Prelims

1.12Brodie Overbeck130-10Southern Door

8.11Zachery Rhoades102-08Southern Door

11.11Kody Marchant98-00Southern Door

High Jump Varsity - Finals

1.12Eli Mancheski5-08.00 SRSouthern Door

3.10Cooper Rass5-06.00 PRSouthern Door

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

10Thomas JacksonNHSouthern Door

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

2.11Kaden Borkovetz18-06.00Southern Door

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

2.11Kaden Borkovetz18-06.00Southern Door

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

4.10Alaric Urban36-08.00 PRSouthern Door

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

2.10Alaric Urban36-08.00Southern Door


100 Meters Varsity - Finals

4.10Charlotte Collet-Letailleur13.75a PRSouthern Door

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

4.10Charlotte Collet-Letailleur13.76aSouthern Door

14.9Abby Petrina14.65a PRSouthern Door

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.10Danica Neville28.07aSouthern Door

4.10Charlotte Collet-Letailleur28.93aSouthern Door

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

3.10Danica Neville28.04a PRSouthern Door

4.10Charlotte Collet-Letailleur28.31a PRSouthern Door

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

2.10Danica Neville1:03.74a PRSouthern Door

11.10Yana Zenefski1:11.36a PRSouthern Door

12.9Alaina Shimon1:14.15a PRSouthern Door

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

1.11Brooke Strege2:37.55a PRSouthern Door

8.9Kelsey Johnson3:01.22aSouthern Door

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

2.11Brooke Strege5:35.59a PRSouthern Door

7.9Kelsey Johnson6:29.10a PRSouthern Door

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

1.11Brooke Strege12:09.66a PRSouthern Door

6.9Kelsey Johnson14:44.13a PRSouthern Door

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals

5.9Kya Borkovetz19.66a PRSouthern Door

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims

5.9Kya Borkovetz19.93aSouthern Door

9.9Maddie Finger21.15aSouthern Door

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

5.9Maddie Finger54.13a PRSouthern Door

7.9Kya Borkovetz54.55a PRSouthern Door

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Bethany Paye

10Paige Olson

10Danica Neville

10Charlotte Collet-Letailleur

54.88aSouthern Door - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


11Bethany Paye

10Paige Olson

9Abby Petrina

12Desirae Guilette

2:04.64aSouthern Door - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Maddie Finger

9Ellie Engerson

9Alaina Shimon

10Yana Zenefski

4:53.89aSouthern Door - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Ellie Engerson

10Nele Triers

9Marissa Shefchik

9Kendra Shimon

12:59.80Southern Door - A

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Prelims

13.9Evelyn Parks23-04.00Southern Door

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Prelims

13.9Kendra Shimon69-09Southern Door

High Jump Varsity - Finals

15.11Maxine Gemis4-02.00 PRSouthern Door

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

2.10Danica Neville8-00.00Southern Door

6.12Desirae Guilette6-00.00Southern Door

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

5.10Paige Olson14-00.50 PRSouthern Door

6.11Bethany Paye13-10.50Southern Door

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

5.11Bethany Paye13-07.00Southern Door

8.10Paige Olson13-00.00Southern Door

12.10Mikayla Pieschek12-08.00 PRSouthern Door

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

2.10Paige Olson30-01.75 PRSouthern Door

4.11Bethany Paye29-11.00Southern Door

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

2.10Paige Olson30-01.75Southern Door

4.11Bethany Paye29-07.75Southern Door

12.12Desirae Guilette24-06.75Southern Door

Southern Door baseball cruises past Algoma

The winning keeps coming up Eagles on the baseball diamond as Southern Door beat Algoma 5-1 Monday night.


Charlie Neinas and Christian Counard each had a pair of RBI while combining for four hits. Counard and Jack Peterson collected doubles while Jared Hawkey had a pair of hits as well.


The offense proved to be more than enough for Drew Daoust, who went the distance, allowing the single run on three hits. 

Eagles softball nips Wolves in extras

The Eagles pushed across two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat Algoma 7-6.


The Wolves had boasted a four-run lead entering the fifth inning when the Eagles bats came to life with five runs to take a slim lead that would be matched in the top half of the sixth,


The score would stay there until Rylee Fenendael scored on a squeeze play to give the Wolves the ninth inning lead. A pair of doubles by Sophia Counard and Colbi Jacquet set up the winning run when replacement runner Erin Griep scored on an Algoma error.


Jacquet and Ashlyn Delfosse combined for five hits and five RBI in the win for the Eagles. Ryley Zimmerman led the way offensively for the Wolves, slapping three hits while collecting three RBI. 

Southern Door hosts Packerland track championships

Southern Door High School will be the scene where a new champion will be crowned in Packerland track and field.


In last year's conference championships hosted at Peshtigo, the Sevastopol girls and the Kewaunee boys won their respective titles. At the relays meet held earlier this season, the Southern Door girls and the Kewaunee boys were crowned champions in Algoma.


The first events will begin in Brussels at 3:30 p.m. 

Southern Door baseball, softball looks to continue dominating stretch against Algoma

The Southern Door baseball and softball teams are playing some of their best games down the stretch ahead of their matchups against Algoma on Monday.


The Eagles baseball team followed up its win over Gibraltar with a doubleheader sweep of Cedar Grove/Belgium on Saturday. The Wolves have lost five straight, including doubleheader sweeps at the hands of Packerland opponents Oconto and NEW Lutheran.


The Eagles softball team saw its four-game winning streak end this Saturday at its triangular at Denmark. They lost to Poynette 2-1 before dropping their matchup to Denmark 13-7. The Wolves had been on a three game winning streak before running into a tough Sevastopol team last weekend.

Games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Eagles baseball sweeps Cedar Grove-Belgium

 The Southern Door Eagles' offense was on for both ends of a doubleheader on Saturday, beating Cedar Grove-Belgium 6-3 and 6-1.


In game one, Jared Hawkey was the winning pitcher with 3 IP in relief. He allowed 0 hits while recording 6 strikeouts. Christian Counard hit a double in the victory.

In game two, Joey Jeanquart went the distance, allowing just two hits with 7 punchouts. Nic Pierre led the way offensively with two RBI.


The Eagles improved to 14-2 on the season. 

Eagles softball blows past Gibraltar

The Southern Door Eagles softball team nearly put up 10-plus runs in two innings on Friday en route to a 23-2 victory in three innings over Gibraltar.


The Eagles scored nine runs in the first inning and 12 in the second to set the stage for the short evening. Six different players registered RBI for the Eagles, led by five from Chloe Lustila and three from Colbie Jauquet. Delfosse picked up the win for the Eagles from the pitcher's circle while Lustila closed things out. Both pitchers struck out three.


The Vikings were able to score in their half of the third inning their first runs since April 23rd. Pamela Prescott was credited with an RBI with one of the Vikings' two hits on the day.