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Sturgeon Bay soccer heads to Cedarburg for quad

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team will take a step outside of the Packerland this Friday and Saturday for a set of games in Cedarburg.


Rufus King and Racine Horlick will join the Clippers and the host school for the quadrangular with games starting at 5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday.


The Clippers made quick work of Kewaunee earlier in the week as Aldo Rangle led the assault with four goals while Will Estes, Taylor Laughlin, Kayden Klotz, and Ben Stephens each had one goal in the 8-0 romp.


Rufus King has not had to worry about a full 80 minutes in many of their matches as they have won their last three matches by 7-0 or more.


Racine Horlick has split their last six matches including a 2-1 loss to Franklin earlier this week.


Cedarburg has stumbled in recent weeks after starting the year 3-0-1, going 1-2-2 since.

Luke, Kurek lead Clippers at Pioneer Invite

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers cross country team took on three state-ranked teams on the girls' side and top programs on the boys' side in Thursday's Pioneer Invite at Cherry Hills Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay.


Selle Luke posted the top time for the boys with a 5K time of 22:13 and a 28th place finish. Julia Kurek continued her strong season with a 14th-place finish and a 5K time of 21:33.



28 25 198 Selle Luke 11 STURGEON BAY 1 4:26.61 22:13.03

33 28 199 Silas Nerby 9 STURGEON BAY 2 5:13.35 26:06.74 

34 29 197 Gavin Forest 12 STURGEON BAY 3 5:16.38 26:21.86 

35 30 196 Alan Beardsley 10 STURGEON BAY 4 5:57.30 29:46.49 

36 31 200 Roman Tremper 12 STURGEON BAY 5 6:46.77 33:53.81 



14 189 Julia Kurek 12 STURGEON BAY 1 4:18.61 21:33.05

30 195 Jade Tomberlin 12 STURGEON BAY 2 4:41.89 23:29.42

40 193 Alexis Olson 12 STURGEON BAY 3 4:56.63 24:43.11

46 191 Amelia Langfeldt 12 STURGEON BAY 4 5:25.77 27:08.83


Photo by Beth Rikkola


Clippers, Vikings battle on volleyball court

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team looks to keep a season-long winning streak going on Thursday when they play at home against Gibraltar.


The Clippers' winning streak includes three Packerland wins against Oconto (3-1), NEW Lutheran (3-0), and Kewaunee (3-1).


The Vikings saw Chloe Alexander hit a major milestone earlier this week with 1000 assists, but they saw their season-long conference losing streak continue with a 3-1 loss to Algoma in their last match.   


The opening serve is scheduled for 7 p.m.

DCU continues successful season

The success of the DCU girls' high school swim team continues with their conference win against Marinette on Thursday, September 21st, and their second-place finish at the Plymouth Panther Invite on Saturday, September 23rd.


The team continues to remain undefeated in the Bay Conference for the season. They have yet to score below 5th place at invitationals as well.


Senior Cassie Rankin (SEV)  finished 1st overall at the Panther Invite in the 200-yard freestyle and 3rd overall in the 500-yard freestyle. She was the top scorer for DCU as well, awarding the team 36 overall points. The next top scorer was senior Dancia Neville (SDHS) with her 1st-place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke and 4th-place finish in the 200-yard individual medley, scoring 35 points for the team. The remaining seniors on the team also had success including Natalia Michalski’s (SBHS) finishes in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle scoring 26 overall points. Aurora Breci (SEV) scored 19 points and Paula Wienke (SBHS) scored 7 points. The team will take a short break but it will be back in competition at Shawano High School on Thursday, October 5th.  

Sturgeon Bay golf plays in Bay Conference finale

The Sturgeon Bay golf team will play in its last event of the season on Tuesday at West De Pere.


Bonduel, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, Sturgeon Bay, Winneconne, and Xavier will also compete in the meet that begins at 10 a.m. 


The Clippers, along with Lakeland Union High School, have pulled out of the Marinette Regional, which is scheduled to take place on Wednesday. 

Clippers soccer calms Storm

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team needed just over an hour to continue their Packerland Conference winning streak, beating Kewaunee 8-0 in 63 minutes.


Aldo Rangle led the assault with four goals while Will Estes, Taylor Laughlin, Kayden Klotz, and Ben Stephens each had one goal.


The Clippers will now wait until the weekend to play again when they battle Cedarburg, Rufus King, and Racine Horlick in a quadrangular beginning at 5 p.m. in Cedarburg. The Storm will try to match their early season success against NEW Lutheran when they host the Blazers on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

Clippers defend home turf on U102.1

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers continue the Homecoming week celebrations as they come away victorious 20-6 victory over the visiting Oconto Blue Devils on U102.1.  Each quarter of the game saw a single score, thanks in part to the Clipper's defense turning the Blue Devils away just inches short of the endzone in the second quarter after a first and goal from inside the 5-yard line.


Each of the three scores for the Clippers came through the air. After a leaping 3rd down catch by Patrick Haese extended the drive, Danny Lodl would find Kordel Anderson in the first quarter from 24 yards out to open up the scoring.  Eli Schuster would add the extra point giving the Clippers the 7-0 lead.  In the second quarter, Lodl would find Bryce Plzak for a 45-yard touchdown. The extra point was blocked leading to a 13-0 halftime score.


Oconto would shift players around in the second half, moving Cooper Campshure to receiver instead of Quarterback, and moving Kyle Bowman up into the QB, from running back.  The opening drive of the half saw success when Oconto's Dominic Taylor would score on an 11-yard carry, cutting the lead to 13-6.  Oconto would recover an onside kick catching the Clippers off guard, but the Clippers' defense would prevent any more Oconto scores.  


Bryce Plzak would add a second touchdown to cap the scoring with a 75-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter which would send the Clippers happily into what is left of their Homecoming festivities with a 20-13 victory, and a 3-1 conference, 4-2 overall record.  


The Clippers will be on the road the rest of their regular season, starting with a trip to Kewaunee on September 29th in a game that will be broadcast on 104.1 WRLU.

Clippers break up Peshtigo parking lot on U-102.1

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team put on a passing clinic on Thursday as they plotted ways to get through the Peshtigo defense in a 3-0 victory.


The Bulldogs were determined to not let the Clippers' skill overmatch them, but the Clippers were able to poke holes in their defense over time. Ethan DeNamur registered the game's first tally 12 minutes and Carter Schultz was able to enter the conversation just before halftime with a goal in the 39th minute. Zach Olson would deliver an insurance goal in the second half, finding the back of the net during the match's 60th minute.

Clippers' Kurek takes third in Bremser Invitational

Sturgeon Bay's Julia Kurek's personal record helped her hold her own against bigger competition at Thursday's Bremser Invitational in Mishicot.


Kurek covered the course in a personal-best 20:03 to take place third place overall and first place among her Clippers teammates.


Luke Selle also finished the race with a personal record, covering the 5K course in 22:12.



1.3.12Julia Kurek20:03.93PRSturgeon Bay

2.62.12Mikayla LaLuzerne23:24.59 SRSturgeon Bay

3.66.12Jade Tomberlin23:30.94 SRSturgeon Bay

4.85.12Alexis Olson26:14.07Sturgeon Bay

5.87.12Amelia Langfeldt26:18.23PRSturgeon Bay

6.101.12Luett Gabby29:14.29PRSturgeon Bay



1.95.11Selle Luke22:12.32PRSturgeon Bay

2.96.12Gavin Forest22:34.48PRSturgeon Bay

3.100.9Silas Nerby25:24.95Sturgeon Bay

4.101.12Roman Tremper32:01.19PRSturgeon Bay

5.102.10Alan Beardsley34:43.18Sturgeon Bay

Clippers volleyball put out Blazers

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team was able to control NEW Lutheran in its 3-0 win (25-18, 25-10, 25-23) Thursday night.


The Clippers played excellent defense, allowing no Blazers player to have more than 10 kills and keeping Blazers setter Abby Kirchner to under 20 assists. 

Sturgeon Bay welcomes home alumni, Oconto on U-102.1

Things will certainly be festive on Friday night for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers as they host Oconto for homecoming.


The Clippers have won two straight games, including a scorigami last week against Peshtigo 36-2. Danny Lodl and Caleb Plzak threw for a combined 286 yards and five touchdown passes in the game with Bryce Plzak pulling in two of the scores. Mason Sacotte registered 12 tackles in the win.


The Blue Devils bounced back from their loss to Kewaunee with a 32-24 victory over Mishicot. The team things on the ground for the most part as Dominic Caylor rushed for 105 yards and three touchdowns in the win.


Jacob Nate and Reece Robillard will have the homecoming call on U-102.1 and beginning at 6:45 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the kickoff at 7 p.m.

Clippers volleyball brings winning streak to NEW Lutheran match

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team will try to defend more than its home court on Thursday when they host NEW Lutheran for a Packerland Conference match.


The Clippers have won their last two matches and four of their last six this month. The team beat Brillion 3-1 in non-conference play earlier this week.


The Blazers have lost seven of their last 10 matches, including a 1-4 mark at last weekend's invitational in Pulaski. That tournament featured schools that were usually bigger than NEW Lutheran as the Blazers forced two of the matches to a third game.


The first serve is set for 7 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay soccer hosts Peshtigo on U-102.1

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team gets its homecoming game under the lights Thursday night as they welcome Peshtigo to Clark Field.


The Clippers last played a week ago when Jackson Starr, Zac Olson, Kernal Wienke, Ben Stephens, and Zone Wienke all scored as they beat Gibraltar/Sevastopol 5-0 in Fish Creek. The team had a game against Seymour canceled.


The Bulldogs have split their last four matches (2-2-0) after going winless in their first four matches (0-3-1). It has been feast or famine during the stretch as they outscored Kewaunee and Algoma by a combined 8-1 score while they were outscored 15-0 in their other matches against Clintonville and Three Lakes/Phelps.


Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on U-102.1 beginning at 6:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening touch at 6:30 p.m.

DCU visits Marinette for conference meet

The Door County United Swim Team will travel to Marinette High School for a Bay Conference matchup against the Marines on Thursday.


In their last meet, DCU won the Shoreline Invitational at Sheboygan North High School on Saturday.  DCU scored 532 points over second-place finisher Sheboygan North with 419.   DCU finished first in all but two events.  First-place finishes were posted by Cassie Rankin (Sev), Danica Neville (SD), and Julia Michalski (SB). Second-place finishers were Kailyn Neville (SD), Caitlyn Hasenjager (Sev), and Izzy Jimenez-Seyfer (SB).  DCU won the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle relay, and the 400 freestyle relay.  DCU also had a strong showing in the junior varsity events with Shaeffer Rass (Sev) finishing first in both the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke. 


The first event begins at 6 p.m.

Clippers golf tees off in Oconto

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers golf team will reconvene with the rest of the Bay Conference for a Tuesday morning round in Oconto.


Bonduel, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Seymour, Shawano Community, West De Pere, Winneconne, and Xavier are expected to participate as well when the meet tees off at 10 a.m.

Sturgeon Bay volleyball welcomes Brillion

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team begins homecoming week with a non-conference tilt against Brillion.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers dropped their third set but rebounded to take their volleyball match against Oconto 3-1 (25-13, 25-14, 21-25, 25-21). The win keept the Clippers tied with Algoma on top of the Packerland standings with a 2-0 mark. 


The Lions saw their three-match winning streak with a 2-0 loss to Randolph at a tournament in Waupun on Saturday.


Match time is set for 7 p.m.

Clippers football return home to face Bulldogs

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers finally ended up on the right side of a close matchup last week as they prepare to play Peshtigo under the lights on Friday.


The Clippers narrowly avoided a third straight week of heartbreak with a 22-19 win over Marinette. Yards were hard to come by on the ground, so Danny Lodl led the team through the air, going 19-27 for 246 yards and three touchdowns.


The Bulldogs scored their first points of the season in the second quarter, but it was not nearly enough as they lost 33-6 to Mishicot.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay golf head to Appleton-area for Bay Conference meet

The Sturgeon Bay golf team kicks off their weekend in style with a meet hosted by Xavier in the Appleton area.


Bonduel, Green Bay/New Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, West De Pere, and Winneconne will also compete in the meet, which tees off at 3 p.m.

Clippers volleyball smite Blue Devils

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers dropped their third set but rebounded to take their volleyball match against Oconto 3-1 (25-13, 25-14, 21-25, 25-21).


The win keeps the Clippers tied with Algoma on top of the Packerland standings with a 2-0 mark. That conference record will be put to the test following Tuesday's match against Brillion. The team's September 21st match against NEW Lutheran marks the first of six in a row against the Packerland Conference to end the regular season.

Kurek captures Valders title

Julia Kurek captured her first meet win of the season as she won the Valders Invitational representing the Sturgeon Bay girls cross country team Thursday.


Kurek covered the 5K course in 20:44 to win the meet as the Clippers as a team came in seventh place with 177 points.


Luke Selle ran a personal best 23:27 to lead the boys team.


1.1.12Julia Kurek20:44.63Sturgeon Bay

2.32.12Mikayla LaLuzerne24:40.06Sturgeon Bay

3.46.12Alexis Olson26:22.99 SRSturgeon Bay

4.47.12Jade Tomberlin26:26.20Sturgeon Bay

5.64.12Luett Gabby31:35.36PRSturgeon Bay


1.69.11Selle Luke23:27.83PRSturgeon Bay

2.74.12Gavin Forest24:36.00Sturgeon Bay

3.78.9Silas Nerby27:25.47Sturgeon Bay

4.82.10Alan Beardsley31:23.36Sturgeon Bay

Clippers soccer rout United

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team continued to put their stamp on the Packerland Conference with a 5-0 win over Gibraltar/Sevastopol Thursday night in Fish Creek.


Starr, Olson, Kamal, Zone, and Stephens all tallied goals in the contest for the Clippers. The team has yet to give up a goal in Packerland play, outscoring their opponents 22-0 in the process. 

Clippers golf visits West De Pere for Bay Conference tilt

Sturgeon Bay will travel to West De Pere to play against Bonduel, Green Bay/New Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, Winneconne, and Xavier. Tee time is set for 4 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay volleyball makes way to Oconto

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team will catch their stride in Packerland Conference action for seven of their next eight matches beginning Thursday night against Oconto.


The Clippers faced top-flight opponents last weekend at the Kettle Moraine Invite, going 3-4 in the process. They beat Marshall 2-0, Sun Prairie West 2-0, and Appleton East 2-1 while losing to Nicolet 2-0, Homestead twice 2-0, and The Prairie School 2-0.


After winning three of its five matches at last weekend's Shawano Invite, the Blue Devils became the latest Packerland team to sweep Green Bay West 3-0, winning by scores of 25-7, 25-17, 25-8.


First serve is set for 7 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay, Luxemburg-Casco cross country head to Valders

Sturgeon Bay and Luxemburg-Casco will get their hill work in on a tough cross country when they compete at an invitational hosted by Valders on Thursday.


The Clippers and Spartans will also face Brillion, Chilton, Denmark, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Hilbert, Howards Grove, New Holstein, Plymouth, Random Lake, Sheboygan Falls, St. Ignatius, and Valders at the meet when the first race kicks off at 4 p.m.


The Sturgeon Bay Clippers cross country team faced staunch competition across all divisions on Saturday at the Shawano Hawk Invitational. Julia Kurek led the Clippers to a 13th place, 371 point performance among all competing teams. She ran a time of 20:13 to come in 14th overall. Gavin Forest led the competing boys with a 23:43 finish on the 5K course to come in 152nd place. The Clippers did not have enough runners to score as a team.


The Winagamie Golf Course gave way to runners for the second time in five days and the Luxemburg-Casco cross-country team took full advantage of the opportunity on Tuesday. In the boys race, Kyan Lynts was the Spartans' top finisher with a time of 17:49 on the 5K course as the team took third with 70 points behind Pulaski (35) and Ashwaubenon (41).  The girls' team almost won the meet, coming in second place with 44 points and just eight points behind champion St. Mary Catholic. Claire DuChateau continued her super freshman campaign with a first place finish and a 20:15 5K time.

Kurek paces Clippers at Shawano Hawk Invitational

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers cross country team faced staunch competition across all divisions on Saturday at the Shawano Hawk Invitational.


Julia Kurek led the Clippers to a 13th place, 371 point performance among all competing teams. She ran a time of 20:13 to come in 14th overall.


Gavin Forest led the competing boys with a 23:43 finish on the 5K course to come in 152nd place. The Clippers did not have enough runners to score as a team.



1 14 Julia Kurek 12 20:13.3 

2 82 Jade Tomberlin 12 24:17.7 

3 84 Mikayla Laluzerne 12 24:25.6 

4 90 Alexis Olson 12 24:52.8 

5 101 Claire Quaderder 10 29:33.7 

6 (104) Gabby Luett 12 31:24.2 



152 Gavin Forest 12 Sturgeon Bay 23:43.4 7:39

155 Luke Selle 11 Sturgeon Bay 24:11.1 7:48

159 Silas Nerby 9 Sturgeon Bay 25:22.8 8:11 

162 Alan Beardsley 10 Sturgeon Bay 33:13.6 10:42