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Sturgeon Bay High School

Sturgeon Bay sails to Freedom to open WIAA volleyball play

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will head south Tuesday to face Freedom in the opening round of the WIAA Tournament.


The Clippers had a four-match winning streak snapped by Southern Door in the Packerland Conference Tournament. The Irish ended its season by snapping a four-match losing streak with a 3-0 win over Marinette. The Clippers lost to the Irish  3-0 in the Reedsville Triangular to open the season.


First serve is set for 7 p.m.

DCU swimming takes 8th in small school state meet

The Door County United Girls High School swim team competed in Small School State at Shorewood High School on Saturday, October 16th. This meet was limited to 10 select swimmers which included: Phoebe Bissen (SBHS), Chisty Braun (SBHS), Caitlyn Hasenjager (SEV), Isabella Jimenez Seyfer (SBHS), Julia Kurek (SBHS), Julia Michalski (SBHS), Danica Neville (SDHS), Cassie Rankin (SEV), Anika Steinbach (SBHS), and Brooke Strege (SDHS). The team finished 8th of 14 teams in this non-conference invitational, scoring 150 points overall. The girls swam against high schools mainly from Milwaukee and the surrounding areas. Christy Braun finished 3rd overall in the 100 Breaststroke, which scored 16 points for the team. The 200 Yard Medley Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Christy Braun, Phoebe Bissen, and Danica Neville, finished 6th overall. The 400 Yard Freestyle Relay consisting of Julia Michalski, Danica Neville, Cassie Rankin, and Christy Braun also finished 6th. The student-athletes will travel to Shawano High School on Thursday, October 21st for a conference invitational. On October 28th, conference championships will be held at the Door County YMCA beginning at 5:00 p.m. We hope to see you there!

Clippers fall to Wisconsin Heights in season finale

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers football season ended in hard fashion Thursday night, losing to Wisconsin Heights 41-6.


The Clippers could not solve Wisconsin Heights' Matthew Russell, who rushed for 201 yards on 12 carries and five of the team's six scores. Quarterback Carson Hosking scored the other touchdown on the ground from 18 yards in the game's opening frame.


The Clippers did not break through until they were inside of two minutes in the fourth quarter. That's when Caleb Plzak found Kordell Anderson for a 50 yard bomb for the only score of the contest.

Clippers close the regular season with a physical battle at home

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team ended the regular season with a 1-1 tie against Division 2 opponent Pulaski High School. In tonight's match, the Red Raiders struck first when Chase Ambrosius scored in the 13th minute. Then shortly after halftime, Senior Spencer Hubbard scored off a free kick in the 44th minute bringing the game to a one-to-one tie and that's where the game would end. The Clippers now turn their focus to the tournament where they are the number one seed in their region of the Sectional. Next Thursday, they will face the winner of the Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian v. Gresham/Bowler game and you can catch that on 96.7 WBDK with the kick-off at 7:00 pm and pregame starting at 6:30pm. 

Sturgeon Bay soccer host Pulaski for final tune-up

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team will squeeze in one last match before the start of the tournament next week with a match at home against Pulaski Friday night.


The Clippers outscored Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee by a combined 23-0 in a pair of matches last week,  snapping a three-match losing streak. The Red Raiders have won their last two matches in routs, beating Sheboygan South 7-1 and Ashwaubenon 6-1.


The opening touch is set for 7 p.m. at Clark Field.

Clippers host Brillion in final volleyball tune-up

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers volleyball team will have one more non-conference match before entering Packerland and WIAA tournament play.


After getting swept out of the Wrightstown Tournament, the Clippers have won two straight matches including a 3-1 win over Southern Door on Tuesday. Brillion comes to Sturgeon Bay on a four-match winning streak including a 3-1 win over New Holstein earlier this week.


The first serve is set for 7 p.m.

Clipper volleyball victorious over Southern Door in four sets

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers defeated the Southern Door Eagles 25-21, 21-25, 25-22, and 25-17 to win the Tuesday night volleyball rivalry matchup.  Emily Ulberg led the way for the Clippers with 13 kills, followed by Ellie Starr with 12 kills.  Mallory Barker had a strong serving game with ten serving points and Chloe Maccaux chipped in 21 digs for the Clippers.  Southern Door was led by Kendra Shimon with 18 kills and eight digs.  Anna Olson provided 13 digs with five serving aces and Alaina Shimon had a game-high 30 assists, along with seven digs and two aces.

Sturgeon Bay volleyball battles rival Southern Door

The Sturgeon Bay volleyball team will host its rival from just a few miles south when Southern Door visits Tuesday.


Its tournament struggles have not translated to their conference matches where they have won their last four. That includes a 3-0 win over Algoma last Tuesday. The Eagles lost two of its tournament matches over the weekend, but posted wins at Gibraltar and at home against Algoma last week.


The opening serve is set for 7 p.m.

Johnson, Kurek cruise for Clippers at Fameree

Sturgeon Bay cross country runners posted three personal records at Friday's Russ Fameree Invitational in Luxemburg.


Tori Alger, Glenn Faller, and Alexis Olson all posted their best times ever on the 5K course. Julia Kurek paced the girls' team with a time of 21:39 while Jace Johnson did the same for the boys with a 19:15.



1.33.12Jace Johnson19:15.26Sturgeon Bay

2.63.10Tristen Brilla21:04.76Sturgeon Bay

3.71.9Tre Wienke21:25.70Sturgeon Bay

4.73.9Bryce Hansen21:35.44Sturgeon Bay

5.79.12Bennet Johnson22:14.45Sturgeon Bay

6.90.10Glenn Faller23:56.47PRSturgeon Bay

7.92.12Andrew Konop24:31.62Sturgeon Bay

8.95.11Elijah Pinkert25:59.33Sturgeon Bay



1.12.10Julia Kurek21:39.98Sturgeon Bay

2.51.10Alexis Olson24:10.16PRSturgeon Bay

3.53.10Mikayla LaLuzerne24:16.46Sturgeon Bay

4.56.11Sanya Wienke24:31.60Sturgeon Bay

5.69.10Tori Alger25:21.81PRSturgeon Bay

6.71.12Maggie Stephens25:32.89Sturgeon Bay

7.85.12Mathison Emma27:48.75Sturgeon Bay


Sturgeon Bay's scoring streak continues, beats Luxemburg-Casco

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team continued to burn soccer nets in Kewaunee County on Saturday, shutting out Luxemburg-Casco 9-0 Friday night.


The Clippers were led by Jules Reynolds who scored four goals in the contest.


The team ended their two-day Kewaunee County swing outscoring their opponents 23-0.

Clippers football sails to Belmont

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will look for that midseason magic south of the county line Friday when they travel to Belmont.


The Clippers could never get their offense going a tough Athens team, falling 68-0. That made it two straight losses after winning games against Williams Bay and Bowler/Gresham. Belmont bounced back from a loss to Oakfield with a 40-0 shutout victory over Williams Bay.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. 

Clippers clobber Storm, face L-C on 103.3 The Clipper

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team showed no mercy to Kewaunee Thursday night, trouncing them 14-0 ahead of its matchup against Luxemburg-Casco on Friday.


The Clippers got a little scoring from everyone according to head coach Todd Maas. 


"Porter, Luders, Jules had four, Robert, Isaac Marsh had two, Stephens had a couple, and Aldo Rangel scored his first in his high school career." Maas also commented that they were able to work on the ball movements from the keeper and backs, to work it up through the middle and eventually get in behind the backline. "We can always do better, but I believe the guys are starting to get it, "said Maas.  "New formation and roles take a bit to play before they fully understand what’s going on.”


The Clippers will stick with Kewaunee County opponents when they travel to Luxemburg-Casco to take on the Spartans at 6:30 p.m. The Spartans also beat Kewaunee earlier this week, albeit by a slimmer 5-1 margin on Monday.


103.3 The Clipper will carry the game live beginning at 6 p.m. with the pregame show.

Sturgeon Bay meets Kewaunee on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team hopes to bust out of their slump when they travel to Kewaunee on Thursday.


The Clippers are mired in a three-game losing streak where they have been outscored 9-2. That includes a game earlier this week where they lost to Green Bay Preble 5-1 at home. The Storm has scored less than 10 goals all season and have not won since a game at Green Bay West in August. They lost their last game 5-1 to Luxemburg-Casco.


NEW Radio Sports Network will carry the game live on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 3:30 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening kick at 4 p.m.

DCU Swimming hosts Pulaski

The Door County United will get to swim in front of its home fans Thursday night when they welcome Pulaski to the Sturgeon Bay YMCA.


In one of their last meets,  The Door County United girls high school swim team had yet another successful win at the Plymouth Panther Invite on Saturday September 25th, 2021. The DCU team beat out 7 other teams with a total team score of 493 points. The second place team, Pulaski High School Swim and Dive scored 372 points to DCU’s 493. The team had individual first place finishes in 8 out of 11 events in the meet. Julia Michalski (SBHS) had a fantastic meet, finishing first in every event which helped the team score 120 overall points. Additionally, Julia Kurek (SBHS) scored 31 points, and Molly Hall (SDHS) scored 24 of the total team points. The team saw some tough competition where Danica Neville (SDHS-50 Freestyle) and Sanya Weinke (SBHS- 100 Freestyle) both finished one hundreths of a second faster to the next place finish. All the girls worked extremely hard for this win which included many swimmers finishing at their best times of the season. The 400 Yard Freestyle Relay, consisting of Julia Michalski (SBHS), Cassie Rankin (SEV), Danica Neville (SDHS), and Christy Braun (SBHS), dropped 3 seconds from their season best time.


Since that meet, they have also swam against Cedarburg. Post time is set for 6 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay volleyball handles Algoma 3-0

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers swept the Algoma Wolves on Tuesday night.  The Clippers won by the scores of 25-12, 25-23, and 25-19.  Cate Anderson led the Clippers with a team-high 12 kills while Hannah Sternard added 27 assists.  Algoma was led by Amelia Robinson with 13 assists and two aces.  Isabell McCosky added 16 digs with only one dig error, but it was not enough as the Clippers prevailed in three games. 

Clippers soccers stung by Green Bay Preble

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team saw their offense struggle Monday night in its 5-1 loss to Green Bay Preble.


The Clippers were only able to get three shots on goal, sneaking only one past against Hornets goalkeeper Jay Gumz. The Hornets were able to spread the wealth as Tony Jimenez, Carter Wiernasz, Cesar Cortez, Hudson Schaetz and Erik Franco Morales all scored goals for the Hornets in the victory.


The Clippers are slated to play Luxemburg-Casco on Friday. 

Athens too much for Sturgeon Bay football

Athens' offense never let up in its 68-0 victory over Sturgeon Bay on Friday night.


The visitors came to Memorial Field and scored four touchdowns in the opening quarter and another three in the second quarter. A running clock kept things moving, but Athens was still able to find an endzone two more times before the final whistle. 


Athens did their damage on the ground, averaging over 16 yards a carry and scoring seven touchdowns. Cooper Diedrich rushed for 195 yards on 10 carries and four touchdowns. He also added one touchdown through the air.  


The Clippers will travel to Belmont on Friday night for their next game. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Clippers soccer hosts Preble

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers hope to get back on track on Monday with a match against Green Bay Preble at home.


The Clippers are coming off a 2-1 loss to Cedarburg in their quad over the weekend. The defeat broke a nine-game point streak (8-0-1) featuring primarily EWC/Packerland opponents. The Hornets have registered a point in all 13 of their matches (9-0-4) and most recently shut out Appleton East 3-0 on Saturday.


Match time is set for 7 p.m.

Clippers volleyball visits Wrightstown for invite

Sturgeon Bay will make its way to Wrightstown for a tournament beginning at 9 a.m.  Freedom, Hilbert, Houghton, Manitowoc Lutheran, Omro, Plymouth, Seymour, St. Mary Catholic, Wausaukee, and Winneconne will also be competing. The Clippers won their last match 3-1 over Gibraltar. 

Sturgeon Bay volleyball gets past Gibraltar

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers volleyball team rebounded from an opening set loss to beat Gibraltar 3-1 Thursday night.


The scores of the sets were 18-25, 25-17, 25-18, 25-17. Leading the way for the Clippers were Hannah Sternard (35 assists), Emily Ulberg  (15 kills), Maddie Propsom (7 kills), Emma Reichel (20 digs), and Sydney Jeanquart (3 solo blocks).

Clippers football host Athens Friday night

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers hope to take a step forward again after losing its homecoming game when they return to Memorial Field Friday night to battle Athens. 


The Clippers received two touchdowns from Braeden Haines but it was not enough as they lost to Thorp 40-24. Mason Sacotte had a catch in the loss.


Athens put up over 460 yards of offense and found the endzone several times in its 72-16 win over Lake Holcombe last week.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, Kewaunee travel to Reedsville for invite

Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door, and Kewaunee's cross country teams will all make the trip south Thursday to run at Reedsville.


The three Packerland teams will face the likes of Valders, Brillion, Chilton, Hilbert, Manitowoc Lutheran, Mishicot, Oconto Falls, Roncalli, Denmark, and St. Ignatius when their races kick off at Reedsville Elementary School at 4 p.m.


Julia Kurek paced the girls' team at Mishicot last week 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.



Clipper volleyball prevails over Storm

Sturgeon Bay Volleyball defeated the Kewaunee Storm Tuesday night in four games.  The Clippers won by scores of 25-8, 24-26, 25-23, and 25-18. 

Emma Reichel led the way for the Clippers with 29 digs while Mallory Barker added 14 more.  Hannah Sternard had a big game setting up her teammates with 52 asists.  Cate Anderson had 14 kills and Sydney Jeanquart added 12 more.  

Sturgeon Bay golf visits West De Pere

The Sturgeon Bay girls golf team heads south on Tuesday for a Bay Conference golf meet.


The Clippers will be joined by the host team West De Pere, Bonduel, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran, Oconto, Seymour, Shawano Community, and Xavier. The meet will take place at Mid-Vallee Golf Course beginning at 10 a.m. 

Clippers soccer starts slow but finished strong against De Pere on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer traveled to De Pere High School for a Division One battle with the Redbirds and were able to leave with a 3-2 victory.


Valenzuela struck first for the Redbirds in the 11th minute. Then Isaac Schulz was able to connect on a Spencer Hubbard corner kick, leveling the score 1-1 in the 20th minute. After halftime, Robert Alas put the Clippers ahead in the 52nd minute on a cross from Porter Gigstead. De Pere wasn’t done as Valenzuela tied the score in the 57th minute with his second of the game. Two minutes later, Alas was able to break down the Redbirds’ defense and put away his second of the game giving the Clippers a 3-2 lead in the 59th minute and that’s where the final score would hold with the Clippers leaving Cloud Family Field with the victory.


Sturgeon Bay returns to Packerland play Thursday against Sheboygan Falls. 


Photo from Clippers Soccer