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Clippers fall to Eagles, look to top Bulldogs

The search for its first win of the season in the Packerland Conference continues on Saturday afternoon when the Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' basketball team play against Peshtigo.'


The Clippers fell to Southern Door on Friday 67-34. The Bulldogs led by Sydney Lund have already shown their defense ability this week in its 52-24 win over Algoma on Friday.


The game is set for Sturgeon Bay High School for a 1:30 p.m. tip.

Clippers search for first win against Southern Door

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' basketball team will fresher legs than expected when they host Southern Door Friday night.


The Clippers were set to play the Storm on Thursday, but a threat at Kewaunee School District called off the day early for them and even canceled their classes on Friday. The team remains winless in the conference including a 41-29 loss to Algoma earlier this week.


The Eagles come into the contest fresh off of their 62-43 win over NEW Lutheran Thursday night. It snapped a two-game losing streak for the Eagles.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Clippers/Storm game postponed

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' basketball game against Kewaunee has been postponed until a later date.


Kewaunee High School was under a lockdown for much of the morning due to an outside threat mentioning a gun. Students there were released early after it was deemed safe for them to leave.


The Clippers will still play Southern Door on Friday.

Clippineers wrestling face conference foes

The Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling team will have their last wrestling matches of the season ahead of the state series Thursday night when they wrestle against Peshtigo and Oconto.


All three teams are looking for their first conference wins of the season, partly because of their low numbers. The Clippineers actually won more contested matches against conference-leading Kewaunee earlier this season when they lost 42-30. Nick West, Ben DeNamur, and Drew Barganz all got pins in that dual. DeNamur also had an evening a few weeks ago when they battled Southern Door, Amherst, and Bonduel.


Against a common opponent in Southern Door, Oconto was swept in all three contested matches while Peshtigo's Reese Yunke, Brendan Conn, and Connor Thomas got varsity win as they lost to Southern Door as a team 60-15. Neither team has ranked wrestlers and have less than 10 combined varsity wrestlers between the two schools.


Wrestling is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in Peshtigo. 

Sturgeon Bay girls take crack at Kewaunee on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' basketball team will try to do what no Packerland Conference team has been able to do this season on Thursday night: beat Kewaunee.


The Clippers will have a tall task as they come into the game winless in the conference including a 41-29 loss to Algoma last Thursday. Carley Wodack was the only Clippers player to reach double figures in the game with 12 points while also grabbing six rebounds.


The Storm has given themselves some cushion in the Packerland Conference standings with two straight wins over second-place Southern Door.  They also have a little extra confidence after closing a nine-point halftime deficit on Tuesday to beat Kiel 58-54.


 Thursday's game marks the first NEW Radio Sports Network student broadcast led by Southern Door's Brady Tooley and Reece Robillard. The pair of high school seniors will start their broadcast at 7:15 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening tip at 7:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay Boys outlast Algoma

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers were able to prevail Tuesday night at home in a hard-fought Packerland Conference game against the Algoma Wolves.  The Clippers used a balanced attack led by Jake Schmelzer’s 17 points to turn a one-point-halftime lead into a nine-point victory.  Spencer Hubbard added 13 points for Sturgeon Bay.  Algoma was led by Carter Zimmerman who poured in a game-high 21 points for the Wolves.   

Clippers boys dock at home against Algoma

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers boys' basketball team looks to make it two in a row when it plays Algoma on Tuesday.


Prior to its 63-58 win over Peshtigo on Saturday, the Clippers tamed the Wolves Thursday with 78-52 victory. Three players reached double figures with another two with at least eight points. The Clippers showed their depth over the weekend as Spencer Hubbard followed up his 19 point performance on Friday against Algoma with just four against Peshtigo. Carson Dvorak picked up the pieces, following up his two points against Algoma with 19 against Peshtigo.


The Wolves are still in search for their first Packerland win after following up their loss against the Clippers on Thursday with a defeat at the hands of conference-leading Southern Door. Carter Zimmerman led the way again for the Wolves, scoring 14 points. Compared to the other teams in the league, the Wolves play with a relatively short bench as only six players got into the scorebook compared to 12 for the Eagles.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Clippers cruise past Wolves

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers boys' basketball team outscored the Algoma Wolves by 16 points and did not look back in its 78-52 win on Thursday night.


The Clippers scored 39 points in each half while limiting the Wolves to under 30 each time. Spencer Hubbard led the Clippers with 19 points while Jake Schmelzer and Andrew Carbajal chipped in 15 and 11 points respectively.  The Wolves' Trevor Nell got 15 points in the loss. Carbajal, Hubbard, and Nell all drained three three-pointers for their respective teams. 



Algoma, Sturgeon Bay girls set for rematch

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls' basketball team will try to get their first win of the Packerland Conference against the Algoma Wolves on Thursday.


The two teams are already familiar with each other this week after their game on Tuesday. The Wolves won 34-33 after almost seeing their six-point halftime lead slip away. Neither team had a player reach double figures in the contest with the Clippers' Carley Wodack and Jaiden Adams matching the Wolves' Halle Panger and Ryley Zimmerman with eight points apiece. It was the Wolves' first Packerland victory this season.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Clippers girls come up short against Blue Devils

Carley Wodack scored 19 points but it was not enough to lead the Clippers past Oconto as they lost 53-41 on Monday night.


Wodack did her damage from behind the arc, leading the Clippers with three made three-pointers. Ashley Alberts chipped in 16 points in the loss. The Clippers were not as successful as the Blue Devils of getting to the line. While the host Blue Devils were able to make 13 of their 24 attempts, the Clippers were only able to get to the line eight times, making six of them. The Blue Devils had their own two-head monster in Lianna Baxter and Hannah Moe, combining for 31 points in the win.


The Clippers have to go back to battle on Tuesday when they travel to face Algoma.





Clippers girls visit Oconto Monday

The Sturgeon Bay girls' basketball team heads to Oconto on Monday night for a Packerland Conference matchup.


Both teams are near the bottom of the conference with the Clippers still looking for their first Packerland win while the Blue Devils only have one to their name. The Blue Devils came up just shy of beating NEW Lutheran last Friday night, falling 48-44. Lianna Baxter proved why she leads the team in most offensive categories, scoring 22 points while registering 14 rebounds and four assists in the loss. The Clippers fell to Sevastopol in its last game on Thursday to the tune of 59-42. Ashley Alberts (14 points) and Elena LeRoy (10) each reached double figures in the loss.


The two teams collide in Oconto Monday night at 7:30.

Sturgeon Bay boys slowed down by Oconto

The Sturgeon Bay boys' basketball team could crack the 20-point mark in either half as it fell to Oconto Thursday night 51-32.


The Blue Devils allowed the Clippers just 16 points each half while starting the game with a 29-16 lead. Oconto got balanced scoring throughout their line up with five players getting at least seven points. The Clippers were led by Anthony Jennerjohn who scored 16 points on the evening behind four made three-pointers. Jack Schmelzer pitched in another eight points. The Blue Devils were able to control of the game from the line, taking advantage of 20 Clippers fouls to go 12-17 in free throws. In contrast, the Clippers were only able to draw 12 fouls and shot only four free throws the entire game. Josh Woller scored 14 points and Kaiden Baxter added 11 points in the Blue Devils victory.


The Clippers return to action Monday night when they play at Algoma.

Sturgeon Bay boys prepare for Oconto

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers boys basketball team hope to climb up the Packerland Conference standings when they host Oconto on Thursday.


The Clippers won their last time out, beating Sevastopol 61-41 to snap an early two-game losing streak. Anthony Jennerjohn is leading the team in scoring with 11.5 points per game while Jack Schmelzer is averaging eight rebounds a contest.


The Clippers are trying to catch the Blue Devils, who are coming off an 83-62 victory over Gibraltar earlier this week. A key for the game is slowing down Josh Woller, who hit five three-points en route to a 30 point game. Caleb Moe earned a double-double in the contest, scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay girls set to travel to Sevastopol

The Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol girls basketball teams will battle for zip code bragging rights when the two square off on Thursday.


It is a rematch of last week's New Year's Eve matchup that saw the Pioneers limit the Clippers to just six first-half points in a 41-24 romp. Ashley Alberts led the way for the Clippers with 10 points while Carly Wodack collected 11 rebounds and four assists. The Pioneers had two players reach double figures in the game, led by Bailey Rikkola's 16 points. 


The Clippers hope to avenge the loss and get their first Packerland Conference win of the season when they travel to Institute at 7:30 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling to face new foes

The Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol wrestling team will see some major schedule shifts in the final weeks of the season.


Its dual meet this week has now been replaced with quadrangular meet on Thursday. Instead of facing just Southern Door, it will now also face Amherst and Bonduel at Bonduel with the first whistle occurring at 5:30 p.m. 


Its final dual meet against Peshtigo on January 21st is still scheduled, but teams across the state are scrambling to redo their schedules to fit in triangular and quadrangular meets after the WIAA announced they would be allowed moving forward on Monday.

DC United Swimming postponed

 A swim meet scheduled for Tuesday night at the Sturgeon Bay YMCA has been postponed.


The DC United Swim Team had been scheduled to face Bay Port previously. It will mark the second time this week a meet has been canceled or postponed after its invitational at Sheboygan North met the cutting block earlier this season. 


DC United is next scheduled to swim on January 14th at Plymouth as they face the host school and Kiel. The first event is scheduled for 6 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay boys look to battle against Sevastopol

The Sturgeon Bay boys' basketball team opens 2021 at home against nearby rival Sevastopol on Tuesday night.


The Pioneers come into the matchup riding high after defeating Tigerton 73-53 on Monday night. Like the Clippers, the Pioneers are looking for their first Packerland Conference win.


The Clippers lost their last time out as they fell to Gibraltar 60-44. They also lost to Southern Door earlier in the season as they only have two games under their belt after a late start to the season. Anthony Jennerjohn leads the team in scoring 11.5 points per game and is second in assists with 1.5 assists per game. 


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Clippers will seek first win against Gibraltar

The Gibraltar Vikings boys’ basketball team will visit the Sturgeon Bay Clippers for a conference matchup on Tuesday night.


The Clippers tipped-off  Packerland Conference play with a loss while the Vikings have found a winning rhythm the last three conference games and sit in second place of the conference standings. Gibraltar’s last win came against Algoma when Sam Lindenberg dropped a season-high 32 points. The Clippers will look for their first conference win at home on Tuesday at 7:30pm.

Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar set for conference battle

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers and Gibraltar Vikings girls’ basketball teams will tip-off on Monday evening for a conference duel.


The Vikings enter this matchup 3-1 after a conference win over the Oconto Blue Devils. The Clippers are 0-2 and have dealt with minimal game action due to COVID-19 concerns. Vikings head coach Devin Thomas has not lost a game in two weeks and has given the keys to his leading scorer in Sage Krause, who scored 17 points in their most recent win. Sturgeon Bay will travel to Gibraltar as they look for their first win on the season on Monday at 7:30pm. 

Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door battle for the county

The Sturgeon Bay boys’ basketball team will face their Door County rivals from the south on Monday night in the Southern Door Eagles. Sturgeon Bay has not seen as much court time this season due to COVID-19 limitations while the Eagles have four games under their belt. The Eagles are 3-1 overall and are 3-0 in conference play while recently coming off a win over Peshtigo. Alex Daoust of the Eagles is coming off an 18 point performance while his teammate Devin Schinktgen is coming off a 17 point game. The Clippers will front the Eagles at 7:30pm.

Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar fight for the peninsula crown

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will face the Gibraltar Vikings on Thursday night for a conference matchup. The two programs will face each other after schedule readjustments due to COVID-19 concerns earlier this week. Gibraltar is 1-1 heading into this game, their one loss comes from Algoma. Sturgeon Bay is 0-1 but will have home court advantage on Thursday night. The game starts at 7:30pm.

Clippineers wrestling battle hard in loss

The scoreboard says Kewaunee won, but the scoresheet tells a different story in Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol's 42-30 opening night loss in wrestling on Tuesday.


It was all pins or forfeits during the dual meet with both teams giving up two weight classes and the Clippineers forfeiting another five weight classes compared to just two for the Storm. The Clippineers actually won more matches on the evening, edging the Storm in that department 3-2. 


The Clippineers jumped out to an 18-0 lead thanks to Nick West's pin of Jacob Van Goethem to open things at 285 and two forfeits.  Ben DeNamur would get the next pin at 132, using a leg ride wear down Mitchell Van Goethem before eventually getting the turn. After the Storm rattled off 24 straight points due to pins and forfeits, Drew Barganz ended the night for the Clippineers with a fall of Kemper Robinson off a nice throw.


The Clippineers are back in action on Saturday December 19th at Oconto.

Sturgeon Bay girls' basketball travels for maiden voyage

The girls' basketball team gets the honor of being the first team to compete for Sturgeon Bay since the pandemic canceled the spring and fall seasons for the athletic department.


The Clippers ended last season 7-14 on the season, falling to Campbellsport in the WIAA Regionals. They will have to replace Sarah Bridenhagen, but the Clippers to bring back their second and leading scorers in Ashley Alberts and Morgan Reinhart. 


The Southern Door Eagles come into riding high after their first game of the season, outscoring NEW Lutheran 29-17 in the second half to win the game 56-44.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Catching up with Sturgeon Bay AD Todd Meikle

 Sturgeon Bay High School athletic director Todd Meikle is excited to move into the winter sports season. Meikle says that the season will be full of optimizing safety for all athletes and sports fans. The winter season showcases more indoor activity in the athletic programs so Meilke plans to adjust accordingly:




Meikle will set up precautionary measures while still engaging the sports community outside of the student-athletes. Sturgeon Bay High School will have boys’ and girls’ basketball start conference games at the beginning of December, while the dance team will have the opportunity to shine during play stoppage as usual. Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol (SBS) wrestling will start the first week of December against Kewaunee, SBS will look to take back the Packerland Conference crown this year. After some initial cancelations, swimming will dive into their season on Tuesday, December 8th. All in all Meikle looks forward to Sturgeon Bay athletics being in action for the winter.

Gregory picks up points for state wrestling team

Sturgeon Bay wrestler Julia Gregory is playing a big role on Team Wisconsin- Red at the Midwest Mat of Dreams HS Girls Preseason Dual this past weekend.


Team Wisconsin- Red took 3rd place in Pool B action and won the Silver Results section at the tournament held in Coralville, Iowa. Gregory went 4-3 on the weekend at 138 pounds, which includes picking up a forfeit in what would have been her final match of the day. She was able to rebound from getting pinned by two girls from Iowa to win three of her final four matches: a 17-1 technical fall of Kirsten Frier (FEWTeamIowa), an 84-second pin of Jaden Culifer (Texas Pink), and a pin of Catie Campbell (Indiana) in 4:56.


Photo Courtesy of SBS Wrestling Facebook page