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Sturgeon Bay High School

Clippers football unable to close gap against Thorp

Sturgeon Bay dropped to 2-3 overall on the season after their loss to Thorp on Friday in their homecoming football game, 40-26. The Clippers were down at halftime, 22-10. In the second half, the Clippers fell behind by 22, 18 and 16 point margins, but would answer with a score each time. Unfortunately for Sturgeon Bay, those scores were as close as they got in the second half. The loss for Sturgeon Bay ends hopes of a three-game winning streak, but they’ll have a chance to start a new streak on Friday, October 1st at 7:00 PM when they play host to Athens. 

Sturgeon Bay volleyball gets win heading into weekend

The Sturgeon Bay Clipper volleyball team swept Green Bay NEW Lutheran for the second time this season on Thursday, which is also their second win of the season. Sturgeon Bay now has a 2-7 overall record and they will face Kewaunee at their place on Tuesday. In the spring season, the Clippers swept Kewaunee. The Storm have a 4-3 record so far this season and are coming off of a loss to Algoma. 

Kurek, Johnson leads Clippers in Mishicot

Sturgeon Bay's cross country teams held their own on a fast course facing some top-flight large school competition at the Jim Bremser Invitational in Mishicot Thursday.


Julia Kurek paced the girls' team that finished in 11th place with a 5K time of 22:11. That was good for 19th overall. Jace Johnson led the way for the boys' team with a 5K time of 19:19. The boys finished in 15th place with 380 points.



1 19 1172 Julia Kurek 00:21:11.92 18

2 56 1177 Sanya Wienke 00:22:43.38 55

3 65 1173 Mikayla LaLuzerne 00:23:24.13 64

4 69 1176 Jade Tomberlin 00:23:30.30 67

5 79 1175 Maggie Stephens 00:23:57.01 76

6 90 1171 Tori Alger 00:25:39.85 (85)

7 97 1174 Alexis Olson 00:28:12.24 (88)



1 55 1168 Jace Johnson 00:19:19.24 54

2 66 1167 Bennet Johnson 00:19:36.45 65

3 82 1164 Tristen Brilla 00:20:04.63 81

4 93 1170 Tre Wienke 00:21:03.33 91

5 96 1166 Bryce Hansen 00:21:20.89 94

6 98 1169 Andrew Konop 00:22:23.73 (96)

7 100 1165 Glenn Faller 00:24:16.00 (98)

Clippers blow past Kiel on 96.7 WBDK

A match-up between the conference's top two teams turned into a blow-out in the first half as Sturgeon Bay toppled Kiel on Thursday.


Spencer Hubbard helped set up the first goal with an assist to Gigstead five minutes in before Robert Alas knocked in his first of two tallies in the ninth minute. Ben Luders made it 3-0 in the 12th minute before the Raiders were able to get one past the goalkeeper. Alas got his second goal more than 20 minutes later to give the Clippers a three-goal lead heading into the break. 


Fernandez would score two goals between the 54th and 57th minutes before Alex Reeths finished the scoring for the Clippers with a score in the 67th minute. Puchalla would score the Raiders' second goal in the 75th minute to cap off the scoring.


The Clippers' next game is Friday night in Wrightstown. Next game on WBDK will be on Monday in DePere at 6:30 p.m.  Pregame will begin at 6 p.m.. 

Sturgeon Bay to face familiar volleyball opponent

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team will try to replicate their performance from Saturday when they beat Green Bay NEW Lutheran as the two teams square off again on Thursday in Sturgeon Bay. At the Ashwaubenon Invite, the Clippers won against GB NEW Lutheran 2-0. That was the only Clippers win so far this season, and a win on Thursday would be their first non-tourney win this year. 


The Clippers opponent, GB NEW Lutheran, has a 6-13 overall record to this point. The game will begin at 7:00 PM.

Six local cross country teams to race at Mishicot

The colors of several local cross country teams will be found Thursday afternoon as they zip around the course at Mishicot.


Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Luxemburg-Casco, Algoma, and Kewaunee are all scheduled to run at the invitational. Other teams competing on Thursday include West De Pere, Seymour, Brillion, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Chilton, Coleman, De Pere, Fox Valley Lutheran, Hilbert, Kiel, Little Chute, Manitowoc Lutheran, New Holstein, Oconto Falls, Ozaukee, Random Lake, Roncalli, Sheboygan Lutheran, Two Rivers, Oconto, Notre Dame De La Baie Academy, Bay Port, Oneida Nation, NEWCHAA, Reedsville, Denmark, and Wrightstown.


The Kewaunee boys and Luxemburg-Casco girls teams were the top area squads at the 2019 meet, which was the last time the local schools competed at the event.


The first varsity high school race is expected to begin at 4:15 p.m. with the boys followed by the girls at 4:50 p.m. 



Clippers soccer hosts Kiel on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team will look for its second win this homecoming week as they face-off against Kiel at Clark Field Thursday night.


Ben Luders scored a pair of goals including a penalty kick awarded to Sturgeon Bay in the 75th minute that he deposited in the lower right corner to give the Clippers the win 3-2 over Roncalli on Tuesday.


Kiel is also perfect in the EWC/Packerland Conference with a 5-0 record heading into its match against Sturgeon Bay. The Raiders went 2-1 in their own tournament last weekend with wins over St. Mary's Catholic and Kewaskum sandwiching a 2-0 loss to Kohler.


The game can be heard on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the pregame followed by the opening kick at 7 p.m.

Clippers soccer grounds Jets

Sturgeon Bay was able to hold off a Roncalli/Two Rivers Jets comeback on Tuesday with a 3-2 win. In the games 22nd minute, Landon Hintz netted the first goal with an assist from Porter Gigstead. At the 38 minute mark, Ben Luders extended the Clippers lead to 2-0, which would be the halftime score. 


Roncalli/Two Rivers showed up early in the second half, as Matthew Bonin got a goal twenty seconds into it. Bonin got his second goal in the 58th minute and tied the game up. Ben Luders hitting the lower right corner of the net on a penalty kick at the 75th minute was the difference-maker. 


The Clippers are now 8-2-2 this season and will play at Keil on Thursday. Coverage of Thursday’s pregame will begin at 6:00 PM on 96.7 WBDK with the game’s official start time coming at 6:30 PM.  Tuesday's game against the Jets can be listened to on New Radio Sports Network.

Clippers soccer to take on Jets with streaks on the line

Sturgeon Bay boys soccer will go for five straight wins on Tuesday when they take on Roncalli-Two Rivers. The Clippers come into the game with a record of 7-2-2 and will face the Jets who have very similar success this season, posting an 8-1 record so far. The Jets have also won eight straight since their opening loss. The game between the two teams starts at 6:30 PM on Tuesday in Sturgeon Bay. 


Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the pregame show.

Clippers golf visits Wander Springs Golf Course

The Sturgeon Bay golf team heads to Wander Spring Golf Course Tuesday morning for another of its Bay Conference meets.


Hosted by Xavier, Bonduel, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, and West De Pere will also be competing when the first tee time of 10 a.m. hits. 



Clippers volleyball taking on Green Bay East

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers volleyball team will visit Green Bay East on Tuesday, and get their first non-tournament match win this season. The Clippers are 1-5 overall this season, with their lone win coming in tournament play over Green Bay-NEW Lutheran. They’ll try to bury their early season struggles as Green Bay East has a 1-6 record so far this season. Tuesday’s match will begin at 7:00 PM. 

Clippers earn blowout win in a quickly scheduled game

Though Sturgeon Bay and Bowler/Gresham didn’t spend too long preparing for each other specifically, they were still able to fully participate on Friday. Sturgeon Bay picked up a 48-12 victory, and it was their second straight. The win also put the Clippers at the .500 mark this season, as their overall record is now 2-2. Sturgeon Bay’s next game will be a 7:00 PM home game on Friday, September 24th when they play a 3-1 Thorp squad, who is coming off of a 46-30 win against Flambeau. 

Johnson, Kurek lead Clippers cross country at Valders

The Sturgeon Bay cross country teams faced stiff competition from some of the state's best during Thursday's invite at Valders.


Julia Kurek was the only top 25 finisher among the two squads, pacing the girls with a 22:54 and a 17th place finish. The girls as a team finished in seventh place with 225 points.


Jace Johnson led the boys to an 11th place finish, scoring 259 points. He ran a 20:12 5K time, which was good for 35th place.



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76849Bryce HansenSturgeon BayM000:22:33.82

78853Tre WienkeSturgeon BayM000:22:36.91

100852Andrew KonopSturgeon BayM000:25:42.73

102863Elijah PinkertSturgeon BayM000:27:36.47

104862Nathan KlaubauffSturgeon BayM000:38:56.83



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41857Mikayla LaLuzerneSturgeon BayF000:24:31.47

47861Sanya WienkeSturgeon BayF000:24:47.28

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70859Maggie StephensSturgeon BayF000:26:26.03

74858Alexis OlsonSturgeon BayF000:26:47.59

75854Tori AlgerSturgeon BayF000:27:01.64

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Clippers soccer blanks Peshtigo

In a battle between two teams with strong records so far this season, it was Sturgeon Bay boys soccer who came out on top in a 3-0 victory over Peshtigo. 


The Clippers defended their home turf, moving their home record to 4-1-1 this season, and their overall record to 7-2-2. The Clippers will get a few days off from games before hitting the pitch on Tuesday when they take on Roncalli-Two Rivers at home.

Sturgeon Bay football to play Bowler/Gresham in late add

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers football team went from a bye week to having a game in less than 24 hours it seems.


Head football coach Jim Adams announced early Friday morning that the Clippers would indeed be playing a home game against Bowler/Gresham at 5 p.m.


The Clippers broke their two-game losing streak in rousing fashion last week when they beat Williams Bay 62-6 on the road. The Tigers was scheduled to play Marion/Tigerton Friday night, but that game has apparently been canceled.  They enter the game 0-3 on the season, getting outscored in those contests 168-24. 


The kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m.

Clippers soccer looking to extend winning streak

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers boys soccer team heads to Peshtigo for an opportunity to get to their fourth straight victory. The Clippers come into the game with a 6-2-2 record and coming off of a 9-0 victory over New Holstein/EL-G in which Ben Luders tied the single game goals record for Sturgeon Bay with five. Their opponent, Peshtigo, is trying to regain its early season momentum when they started 4-0. Since then, they’ve gone 2-2, still boasting a 6-2 record, with victories over other area squads Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee. Thursday’s game will begin at 4:30 PM. 

Sturgeon Bay Soccer handles Huskies, Luders ties scoring record

The Sturgeon Bay Boys Soccer team looked sharp last night with crisp passing and strong defense against the New Holstein/Elkhart Lake Huskies Tuesday night with a 9-0 win at Clark Field. Leading the way in scoring was Senior Ben Luders with a record matching five goals. Junior Robert Alas added a hat trick and Jules Reynold rounded out the scoring with the ninth goal of the game coming on a penalty kick. The Clippers head to Peshtigo Thursday and the next Broadcast of Sturgeon Bay Soccer can be heard on 96.7 WBDK and the NEW Radio Sports Network next Tuesday when the Clippers take on Roncalli/Two Rivers at home. 

Clippers soccer going for three straight against New Holstein/EL-G

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer squad will try for their third straight win on Tuesday when they host New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeaulah. Sturgeon Bay comes into the contest with a 5-2-2 record. Their opponent, New Holstein/EL-G, is still in pursuit of their first win this season. The two teams did not play their scheduled matchup last year. First touch for Tuesday’s game is at 6:30 PM. 


Clippers volleybal swept by Peshtigo

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team could not crack the 20 point barrier in its three-set loss to Peshtigo Thursday.


The Clippers fell 17-25, 18-25, and 17-25. They were led by Emma Reichel (15 digs),  Cate Anderson (10 kills),  Emily Ulberg (8 kills), and Hannah Sternard (26 assists).

Clippers football hosts Williams Bay

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will continue their 8-man football slate Friday night when they host Williams Bay.


The Clippers have struggled offensively so far this season, getting outscored 82-12 in its two games thus far. Richard Carlson scored the only touchdown for the Clippers in last week's 42-6 loss to St. Mary Catholic.


Williams Bay is in similar straits, averaging less than 10 points a game while giving up nearly 50.


The game has been moved up to a 6 p.m. start.


Clippers soccer starts slow but handles the Wolves

Led by Junior midfielder Porter Gigstead's hat-trick, the Sturgeon Bay soccer team was able to beat the Algoma Wolves 5-0 Thursday on 96.7 WBDK. Gigstead had the first three goals of the match (33', 36', 60') and he also broke the defensive stance the Wolves put on for the first 33 minutes of the match. Robert Alas put the 4th goal in only seconds after the third goal of the game in the 60th minute of play putting the Clipper up 4-0 and Ben Luders wrapped up the afternoon's scoring with exactly three minutes to go in the contest. 

The Clippers host Fox Valley Luthern Saturday and the next broadcast will be Tuesday when the Clippers are at home again. Broadcast begins at 6p.m. with kickoff at 6:30 and all the action on 96.7 WBDK. 

Sturgeon Bay volleyball looks for bounceback against Peshtigo

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team hopes to rebound from its earlier loss this week when it hosts Peshtigo.


The Clippers lost in straight sets on Tuesday to Shawano. Hannah Sternard had 23 assists, 4 kills, 8 digs, and 1 ace and Cate Anderson added 12 kills in the loss.


The Bulldogs defeated Algoma in four sets earlier this week, sealing the victory with two straight set wins including 25-12 in the final stanza.


The first serve is set for 7 p.m.

DC United Swimming hosts Shawano

The Door County United swim team will keep things local for their next meet.


The co-op team will face Shawano at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA beginning at 6 p.m. The team has not competed since they dominated their own relays meet on August 26th. 


The team scored a total of 96 points with the second-place team, New London, only scoring 60 points. The team was a top-three finisher in 10 out of the 11 events, including 5 first-place finishes. The events with the first-place finishes included the 400 Yard Medley Relay (Phoebe Bisssen (SBHS), Sonya Wienke (SBHS), Molly Hall (SDHS), and Julia Michalski (SBHS)), 300 Yard Breast Relay (Paula Weinke (SBHS), Julia Kurek (SBHS), and Christy Braun (SBHS)), 200 Yard Fly Relay (Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV), Phoebe Bissen (SBHS), Isabell Jimenez-Seyfer (SBHS)), 750 Yard Free Relay (Cassie Rankin (SEV), Julia Kurek (SBHS), Gaby Moreno (SEV), Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV)), and the 200 Yard Medley Reverse Relay (Julia Michalski (SBHS), Shambo Wienkie (SBHS), Sonya Wienke (SBHS), and Anika Steinbach (SBHS)).

Sturgeon Bay golf tees off against Xavier

The Sturgeon Bay girls' golf team heads to the Appleton area on Thursday for a golf meet against some of their conference foes.


Other teams competing in the meet include Bonduel, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, and West De Pere. No results were reported from the Clippers' last meet against many of the same teams at Seymour.


Tee time is set for 3 p.m.


Clippers soccer sails to Algoma on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers look for their first win in a week when they visit Algoma for an EWC/Packerland matchup along the lakeshore.


The Clippers are looking for their first win since beating another conference rival in Gibraltar/Sevastopol. They have since gone 0-1-2, including the pick-up of a 2-2 tie against Notre Dame earlier this week. 


The Wolves are winless in their only two matches of the season. They started out with a 7-0 loss to Kiel before falling to Luxemburg-Casco its last time out 5-2.


Bryan Mazur will anchor the coverage from Algoma on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first touch at 4:30 p.m.