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Southern Door High School Archives for 2019-09

Southern Door volleyball goes 3-4 in Milwaukee

Southern Door High School volleyball began the Lynn Laporte SPRAWL qualifier in Milwaukee on a rough note. The Eagles fell in straight sets to Slinger 17-25, 16-25 and Indian Trail 21-25, 18-25. The team had a shot to run the table after that. They came up short in two matches that went three sets losing to Nicolet 25-23, 25-27, 6-15 and Sheyboygan North 20-25, 25-23, 10-15. 

Southern Door's victories were against Homestead 25-20, 25-11, Muskego 25-21, 25-18 and Homestead 25-18, 25-14. 

Kendra Dantoin had 59 kills and Carissa Bartels added 42 to pace the offense. Jackie Atkins was a force on the back line defensively with 82 digs. Nicole Norton led the team in assists with 113.


Southern Door volleyball wins marathon match over Peshtigo

While other local volleyball teams made quick work of their opponents, that was not the case for Southern Door in its 3-2 victory over Peshtigo.


The Eagles won the match by scores of 23-25, 25-23, 20-25, 25-13, 15-11. Jackie Atkins and Kendra Dantoin digging out the Bulldogs' attempts to score all night long, collecting 31 and 32 digs respectively. Dantoin also added 21 kills to her ledger while Nicole Norton dished out 48 assists.

Dean, LeCloux soar to top 10 finishes in Mishicot

Sam Dean and Lydiah LeCloux turned in impressive performances once again for the Southern Door Eagles in their small school division races at the Jim Bremser Invitational in Mishicot Thursday.


Dean ran a blistering 17:36 5K time to finish ninth overall and lead the Eagles boys to seventh place finish. LeCloux broke the tape in 21:21 to finish in fifth place to help the Eagles to a  10 place finish.



1.9.12Sam Dean17:36.70Southern Door

2.28.12Ben Slezewski18:34.43Southern Door

3.43.10Eli Mancheski19:18.69Southern Door

4.45.11Grant Englebert19:30.20Southern Door

5.51.9nick Dean19:44.90Southern Door

6.55.11Kyle Conard19:54.03Southern Door

7.64.12Zach Olson20:20.85Southern Door



1.5.11Lydiah LeCloux21:21.10Southern Door

2.23.11Marlen Ramirez22:45.66Southern Door

3.40.9Sanya Wienke24:02.10Southern Door

4.66.10Kaylee Griep25:28.96Southern Door

5.91.10Stephany Massart27:29.57Southern Door

Southern Door soars in homecoming victory on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles got its homecoming crowd into the football game early as they topped the Oconto Blue Devils 43-20 on 102.1 MORE FM.


The Eagles got out to a 15-6 lead in the first quarter behind a 25-yard touchdown by Nick Baudhuin and a one-yard sneak for a score by Alex Daoust. After scoring with his legs in the first quarter, Daoust used his arm to extend the lead before halftime, finding Marcus Marchant for the 10-yard strike to make it 22-6. The Blue Devils would get it to within two points in the second half, thanks to a kickoff return for a touchdown by Troy  Wenzel and a touchdown pass from Caleb Moe to Luke Krueger in the third quarter's opening minutes. Daoust would answer with his arm as he found Marchant again for a 10-yard pass. Baudhuin would register two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach. The defense also made multiple big plays during the game, including three of the five interceptions caught by Tyler  Kroll. 


The Eagles get a week off before hosting Kewaunee on October 4th on 102.1 MORE FM.



Southern Door volleyball captures win against Sevastopol

The Southern Door Eagles were able to capture another Packerland Conference win this season in its match against Sevastopol.  

Southern Door jumped out to a two-set lead by scores of 25-16 and 25-21. After dropping its third set by a slim two-point margin 23-25, the Eagles soared past the Pioneers 25-11 in the fourth and final set.
Kendra Dantoin and Carissa Bartels had an impressive day scoring points for the Eagles, registering 21 kills and 17 kills respectively. Nicole Norton set up her teammates nicely with 49 assists while also collecting three service aces. Defensively the Eagles were strong as well with Dantoin getting 31 digs and Hailey Shimon registering four blocks.
Picture courtest of Southern Door School District

Southern Door boys finish 3rd

Southern Door's boys cross country team placed in third in Denmark on Tuesday while the girls finished fourth. The boys were led by Ben Slezewski with a time of 18:46.67. Results for the other boys can be found below.


21. Nick Dean 19:09.29

27. Grant Englebert 19:31.13

32. Kyle Conard 19:38.66.


Lydiah LeCloux and Marlen Ramirez finished in 7th and 8th place respectively. All girls times can be found below:


7. Lydiah LeCloux 22:01.76

8. Marlen Ramirez 22:20.02

13. Sanya Wienke 23:26.39

39. Kaylee Griep 26:01.80

70. Stephany Massart 29:37.06.


Southern Door's cross country teams will be back running on September 26th at Mishicot.

Southern Door volleyball runs the table at Ripon

The Eagles soared on the court Saturday at the Ripon Invitational. Southern Door won every match it participated in without a dropping a set. The five victories for the Eagles included a Championship Match win over Waupun. 

Ripon Invitational Results
Winnebago Lutheran Academy: 25-11, 25-20
Green Bay West: 25-19, 25-9
Waupun: 25-16, 25-19
Crandon: 25-20, 25-22
Waupun: 25-18, 25-15 (Championship Match)

Southern Door’s next matchup is a home conference tilt against Sevastopol.


Eagles football can't corral Cougars on 102.1 MORE FM

The Southern Door Eagles could not get their running game going and could not stop Coleman’s in a 44-0 defeat Friday night on 102.1 MORE FM. The Cougars defense kept Nick Baudhuin and the Eagles in check for most of the game outside of a 55 -yard passing play by Alex Daoust in the game’s opening minutes. Stopping that drive inside their own red zone propelled the Cougars on their first drive, which was capped off by a touchdown run by quarterback Cayden Bintz. In the second quarter, Bintz and Zach Cops would score on touchdowns from inside the 10-yard line to make it 24-0 at the half. Owen Kinziger and Tyler Blanchard would add third-quarter scores before Zach Cops added his second touchdown of the game in the closing minutes. The Eagles return to action next Friday for its homecoming football game showdown against Oconto. That game can be heard on 102.1 MORE FM beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

Southern Door follows up record performance on 102.1

The Eagles take flight again traveling to Coleman for Week Four action. Southern Door is trying for an encore after last week's record-breaking performance by Nick Baudhuin. Number five put up an eye-popping 403 yards on the ground with six touchdowns. The Eagles are 1-2 on the season but believe they have found their groove. The Coleman Cougars have an identical record with their last outing being a 21-18 defeat at Kewaunee. You can hear the game on More FM 102.1 starting at 6:30 with the Door County Medical Center Pregame Show. Kickoff is at 7 PM.

Culver's Student Athlete of the Week: Southern Door's Nick Baudhuin

He may have not known before walking off the field last Friday where he would be in Southern Door football lore, but junior Nick Baudhuin is not a stranger to the running backs that came before him. Baudhuin broke the school’s single-game rushing yards record and tied another for rushing touchdowns in a game against Crivitz when he galloped for 403 yards on 37 carries and six scores. The man who owned the record he broke, former NFL lineman Jim Flanigan, has his jersey hanging in Southern Door’s weight room. Baudhuin also struck up friendships with former Eagles players that also dominated the position, including current Minnesota walk-on Derik LeCaptain. After the game, Baudhuin says he gave the credit to the guys ahead of him.

Also competing in basketball and track at Southern Door, Baudhuin says his favorite subject in school is science and has not yet thought of what he wants to do after high school. Southern Door’s next game is this Friday against Coleman.


Full interview with the Culver’s Student-Athlete of the Week Nick Baudhuin


Southern Door teams take seventh at Freedom Invitational

Both the boys and girls' cross country teams took seventh place at the crowded Freedom Invitational last Saturday.


The Eagles' Sam Dean (10th, 17:39) and Lydia LeCloux (12th, 21:31) once again paced their teams as their top finishers in the 14-team invitational featuring a series of 5K races.



10, Sam Dean 17:39.5

32, Ben Slezewski 19:15.5

48, Grant Englebert 19:55.4

49, Eli Mancheski 19:55.9

51, Kyle Conard 20:03.9



12, Lydian LeCloux 21:31.8

29, Marlen Ramirez 23:14.3

37, Sanya Wienke 23:33.6

52, Kaylee Griep 24:48.7

78, Stephany Massart 27:21.7

Eagles get first victory on parent night on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles pulled out their first win in the 2019 season defeating Crivitz 39-14. It was parent night at Southern Door and the players put on a performance for their families. Running back Nick Baudhuin had a career night for the Eagles. The junior running back had 28 rushes for 392yds, a new school record, and scored all 6 touchdowns for Southern Door which tied the school record. 
The Eagles were able to get on the board about midway through the first quarter on a 26yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. The Wolverines were able to answer in the second quarter, scoring on a 16yd pass from QB Jaden Werner to WR Dawson Andrist; Wolverines converted a 2pt conversion to take an 8-7 lead. The Eagles did not let that lead last long though, going ahead 13-8 on a 7yd touchdown run by Baudhuin. Baudhuin would add another 13yd touchdown which gave the Eagles a 19-8 lead but the Wolverines would not go away easy. Crivitz scored with about 30 seconds left in the first half cutting the lead to 19-14.
In the second half though it was all Nick Baudhuin; the Eagles running back added 3 more scores from 31, 38, and 1yd respectively. The Eagles defense was just as good; they held the Wolverines offense to only 160yds as a whole. 
Southern Door (1-2) will look ahead to their next matchup at Coleman on September 13th. The game will broadcast on More FM 102.1. Pregame show begins at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming at 7 PM.

Southern Door sweeps Sturgeon Bay in volleyball

Southern Door was able to hold off Sturgeon Bay in straight sets Thursday night in Packerland Conference volleyball action.


The Eagles won their sets by scores of 25-17, 25-18, 25-18. They had impressive performances up and down their line up including Kendra Dantoin's 12 kills, Jackie Atkins' 10 digs, and 26 assists from Nicole Norton. 


The Eagles next play this Saturday at the Notre Dame Academy Invitational in Green Bay.

Eagles look to end losing streak on More FM 102.1

The Southern Door Eagles will return home Friday for a matchup against the Crivitz Wolverines. The Eagles are coming off of a 24-7 loss at Wausau East which dropped their record to 0-2. The Wolverines are 1-1 on the season and are coming off a 56-0 victory over Wild Rose. Head Coach Ryan Zuelke says if the team wants to succeed this week, they are going to have to stop the Wolverines run game.


The game will be broadcasted on More FM 102.1. Pregame show will begin at 6:30 PM with kickoff coming right after at 7 PM.