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Sturgeon Bay High School

Baseball: Sturgeon Bay splits Rio Tournament

The Clippers went into the Rio Tournament with a 6-2 overall record and will come away from the tourney with a 7-3 record. The Clippers would begin the tournament with a 9-3 loss to North Fon du Lac. The Clippers would follow that loss with a 10-0 shutout over Rio. In their next game, the Clippers will host Gibraltar on Tuesday. The start time is scheduled for 5:00 PM.

Clippers Fall to Tritons in Sectional Opener

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer team lost 2-1 in the the first round of Sectionals to the Notre Dame Tritons. After drawing zero-zero with the Tritons, the Clippers gave up an early goal in the second half followed shortly by a penaly kick putting them down by two with over 33 minutes left to play in the game. In the 80th minute, Spencer Hubbard was able to punch in goal for the Clippers but that's where the final score of the season would remain (2-1). 

Girls Soccer: Clippers blanked by Notre Dame

The Sturgeon Bay girls soccer team is still looking for their first goal of the season after suffering a 10-0 defeat from Notre Dame Academy in their second and final game of the Notre Dame Quad. The Clippers went 0-2 in the quad, and will look to rebound on Tuesday against Peshtigo. The start time for Tuesday’s game is 4:30 PM in Sturgeon Bay. Peshtigo comes into the game with a 1-1 record, most recently losing 3-2 to Green Bay NEW Lutheran-Providence Academy on Saturday.

 

Girls Soccer: Clippers drop first of quad

Sturgeon Bay opened up the Notre Dame Quad on Friday with a 4-0 loss to Green Bay Southwest. The loss moved Sturgeon Bay to 0-2 on the season. Sturgeon Bay is looking for their offensive spark as they’ve been shut out in both losses. The Clippers had a nine-save effort from goalkeeper Drew Starr. The Clippers will get a chance to rebound when they face Notre Dame Academy at 11 AM on Saturday. 

Baseball: Strong start pushes Clippers to victory over Wolves

Sturgeon Bay baseball faced an Algoma team that is hungry for their first win on Thursday. Algoma will have to stay chasing the first win as the Clippers would down the Wolves 4-2. The Clippers would get an early 2-0 in the first inning with hits from Anthony Jennerjohn and Andrew Carbajal. In the fifth inning for Sturgeon Bay, Abram Abeyta, Curt Meyer, and Andrew Carbajal would get hits and Sturgeon Bay would get two more runs. 

 

The Wolves would cut into the lead in the sixth inning with two runs. It would not be enough however as Sturgeon Bay would hold on to a two run victory. In the non-conference matchup following, Sturgeon Bay would win 7-1.

 

Clippers soccer advances on 96.7 WBDK

A tradition since 2009 continued Thursday night as the Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team closed out another regional title with a 3-0 victory over Gibraltar/Sevastopol.

 

Both teams had not played since they battled each other on April 26th, so the two sides took the first 10 minutes to shake off the rust. The Clippers would strike first as Robert Alas chipped the ball over the Vikineers keeper to make it 1-0 in the 17th minute. Alas would strike again when he took a cross through the box and tapped in the one-timer in the 31st minute.

 

It would remain that way until the 74th minute. The Vikineers made a few nice surges in the second half, pressuring goalkeeper Jonathan Wind to make a few acrobatic saves. A handball by Trey Maas set up a penalty kick for the Vikineers, only to have Connor Thompson strike it just wide to keep the score at 2-0. The Vikineers would return the favor with a handball in the box, but Benjamin Luders would drive it home for the final tally of the game.

 

The game had its fair share of yellow cards with two going against Gibraltar/Sevastopol and one against a coach for Sturgeon Bay. Alas drew a red card in the final seconds of the match for a hard play against the Vikineers' Antonio Curiel. He will not be allowed to play in Saturday's match against Notre Dame, which beat Ashwaubenon 5-0 in their regional final matchup in Green Bay.

 

NEW Radio Sports Network will cover Saturday's sectional semifinal matchup between Sturgeon Bay and Notre Dame at 2 p.m. If the Clippers win, the sectional final against Winnebago Lutheran and North Fond du Lac Co-op will also be broadcast. Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on 96.7 WBDK and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.  

 

 

Baseball: Clippers looking to remain hot against Wolves

With just one loss on their record so far this season, the 3-1 Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team will host Algoma on Thursday. Algoma is still looking for their first win, starting winless in their first seven games. The teams do not have any common opponents in the season’s early going. Thursday’s game with the Wolves and Clippers will start at 4:30 PM.

Sturgeon Bay girls top track meet

The Sturgeon Bay girls hit triple digits and the boys just missed in track and field action in Brussels on Tuesday.

 

The Clippers girls score 107 points, which over 30 points more than second place Oconto. Garnering event wins were Mikayla LaLuzerne in the 1600M, Lauren Alger in the 100M hurdles, Cate Anderson in the 300M hurdles, Hannah Sternard in the long and triple jump events, and the 4x400M and 4x200M relays.

 

The boys scored 96 points, trailing Southern Door's 138 points. Event winners included Ben DeNamur in the 3200M, Gordon Hodges in the pole vault, and the 4x200M and 4x800M relays.

 

BOYS

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Storm Adams12.80aSRSturgeon Bay

5.9Craven Lautenbach12.87aPRSturgeon Bay

7.9Kordell Anderson13.01aPRSturgeon Bay

8.11Ricky Carlson13.06aPRSturgeon Bay

12.9Xavier Jandrin13.58aPRSturgeon Bay

13.9Yadi Morales13.65aPRSturgeon Bay

13.10Russell Pudlo13.65aPRSturgeon Bay

17.9Chase Hasenjager15.31aPRSturgeon Bay

 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Xavier Jandrin27.31aPRSturgeon Bay

7.10Landen Hintz27.63aPRSturgeon Bay

8.10Russell Pudlo28.01aPRSturgeon Bay

10.9Avory Kahles28.54aPRSturgeon Bay

12.10Espen Walker30.11aPRSturgeon Bay

 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.9Xavier Jandrin59.92aPRSturgeon Bay

6.9Gannon Evers1:03.83aPRSturgeon Bay

12Gordon HodgesDNSSturgeon Bay

 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.9Glenn Faller2:48.77aPRSturgeon Bay

7.11Nathan Klaubauf3:46.21aSRSturgeon Bay

 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Ben DeNamur5:47.47aSRSturgeon Bay

 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Ben DeNamur13:08.41aSRSturgeon Bay

2.11Andrew Konop13:57.09aPRSturgeon Bay

 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

3.9Tatum Routhieaux19.25aPRSturgeon Bay

 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

3.9Tatum Routhieaux52.20aPRSturgeon Bay

 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Craven Lautenbach
Kordell Anderson
Yadi Morales
Storm Adams50.90aSturgeon Bay

Relay TeamDNSSturgeon Bay

 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.Storm Adams
Landen Hintz
Avory Kahles
Craven Lautenbach1:47.50aSturgeon Bay

 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.Ben DeNamur
Gannon Evers
Glenn Faller
Andrew Konop11:02.79aSturgeon Bay

 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

2.9Gannon Evers34-02.00PRSturgeon Bay

4.11Ricky Carlson33-04.25PRSturgeon Bay

14.12Alex Marsh29-01.25SRSturgeon Bay

18.12Ben DeNamur27-06.75Sturgeon Bay

19.10Landen Hintz27-05.00Sturgeon Bay

26.11Nathan Klaubauf19-08.50SRSturgeon Bay

10Drew BarganzSCRSturgeon Bay

 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.10Landen Hintz97-04PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Gannon Evers74-03Sturgeon Bay

20.11Nathan Klaubauf50-00PRSturgeon Bay

12Alex MarshSCRSturgeon Bay

 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.10Espen Walker5-06.00Sturgeon Bay

4.12Storm Adams5-04.00PRSturgeon Bay

6.9Avory Kahles5-02.00PRSturgeon Bay

7.9Craven Lautenbach5-00.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Yadi Morales4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Kordell Anderson4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Xavier Jandrin4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay

14.9Chase Hasenjager4-06.00Sturgeon Bay

 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Gordon Hodges10-06.00Sturgeon Bay

 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Storm Adams16-05.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Yadi Morales14-06.00PRSturgeon Bay

11.10Espen Walker13-06.00PRSturgeon Bay

13.9Chase Hasenjager12-06.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

GIRLS

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.10Claire Bohn14.92aSturgeon Bay

10.12Natalie Shefchik15.58aSturgeon Bay

15.10Kierra Rux16.26aPRSturgeon Bay

16.12Elena LeRoy16.27aSturgeon Bay

11Mckenzie FishDNSSturgeon Bay

9Lilianna CarmodyDNSSturgeon Bay

10Mallory BarkerDNSSturgeon Bay

10Elizabeth BarkerDNSSturgeon Bay

 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.10Claire Bohn31.22aPRSturgeon Bay

6.9Jade Tomberlin31.83aPRSturgeon Bay

11.9Grace Felhofer33.73aPRSturgeon Bay

 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.9Jade Tomberlin1:13.04aPRSturgeon Bay

 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.9Mikayla LaLuzerne6:48.83aPRSturgeon Bay

9Julia KurekDNSSturgeon Bay

 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.9Mikayla LaLuzerne14:39.09aSturgeon Bay

9Julia KurekDNSSturgeon Bay

 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Lauren Alger18.03aSturgeon Bay

2.10Cate Anderson18.19aPRSturgeon Bay

4.11Alyssa Brendemuehl19.06aSturgeon Bay

11Alexa NelsonDNSSturgeon Bay

 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

1.10Cate Anderson52.84aPRSturgeon Bay

4.11Alyssa Brendemuehl57.50aSRSturgeon Bay

11Alexa NelsonDNSSturgeon Bay

 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.Elizabeth Barker
Mallory Barker
Grace Felhofer
Lilianna Carmody1:01.40aSturgeon Bay

4.Natalie Shefchik
Lauren Alger
Mckenzie Fish
Elena LeRoy1:04.38aSturgeon Bay

 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.Lauren Alger
Cate Anderson
Alexa Nelson
Elena LeRoy2:04.08aSturgeon Bay

 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

1.Elizabeth Barker
Mallory Barker
Alyssa Brendemuehl
Mckenzie Fish5:03.62aSturgeon Bay

 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Mikayla LaLuzerne
Jade Tomberlin
Grace Felhofer
Julia Kurek12:35.94aSturgeon Bay

 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

5.10Madelyn Wind29-09.50PRSturgeon Bay

7.12Cabria Zuehlke28-08.00PRSturgeon Bay

8.11Molly LeCloux28-05.25PRSturgeon Bay

12.11Kayley Bell20-07.50PRSturgeon Bay

13.10Andrea Wilke18-03.25PRSturgeon Bay

14.10Kalei Klaubauf17-05.50PRSturgeon Bay

 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Cabria Zuehlke91-04PRSturgeon Bay

7.10Madelyn Wind65-10PRSturgeon Bay

8.11Molly LeCloux65-04PRSturgeon Bay

9.10Kierra Rux60-05PRSturgeon Bay

11.11Kayley Bell57-03PRSturgeon Bay

12.10Andrea Wilke54-09PRSturgeon Bay

15.10Kalei Klaubauf46-06Sturgeon Bay

 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.9Jade Tomberlin4-04.00Sturgeon Bay

4.11Hannah Sternard4-04.00SRSturgeon Bay

5.12Elena LeRoy3-10.00SRSturgeon Bay

 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Hannah Sternard13-11.50Sturgeon Bay

4.11Mckenzie Fish11-11.50Sturgeon Bay

5.12Natalie Shefchik11-10.00PRSturgeon Bay

9.9Lilianna Carmody11-04.00Sturgeon Bay

12.9Grace Felhofer10-10.50Sturgeon Bay

10Kierra RuxSCRSturgeon Bay

 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Hannah Sternard31-11.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar/Sevastopol open playoffs on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers will go for a second straight state title when they host Gibraltar/Sevastopol in WIAA Alternative Fall State Tournament play Thursday.

 

The Clippers enter the matchup 6-3 with all three losses coming against team battling for position in the Division 1 Tournament. One of those wins came against the Vikineers in a 4-1 decision in Institute. That was also the last time the Vikineers hit the pitch in its limited season. It lost to Manitowoc Lincoln 4-1 on April 17th after beating Bowler/Gresham 3-1 earlier this week. The Clippers won the state tournament in 2019 while the Vikineers lost to Kohler 7-0 in its WIAA Regional opener that year just two weeks after handing Sturgeon Bay its first conference loss in almost 30 games.

 

Bryan Mazur and Tim Kowols will have the call on 96.7 WBDK beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the opening touch at 7:00 p.m. The game will also be streamed worldwide at NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com

Baseball: Clippers get sweep behind Jennerjohn's big day

Sturgeon Bay baseball got the sweep on Tuesday over Sevastopol behind a no-hitter from Anthony Jennerjohn. A seven-run second inning propelled the Clippers over the Pioneers in the 11-0 win. Andrew Carbajal led the way batting for the Clippers with three hits. Hunter Moore had a pair of hits as well. The Clippers would hold on for the win in the non-conference matchup, 8-7.

Sturgeon Bay soccer game canceled

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team will have to wait until its Thursday playoff opener against Gibraltar/Sevastopol to hit the pitch again.

 

Athletic Director Todd Meikle announced Monday morning that Green Bay East canceled its matchup. Attempts to fill the date last moment were unsuccessful. Thursday's game against the Vikineers is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Clark Field.

Sturgeon Bay soccer continues march towards playoffs

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team enters its final matches before the playoffs begin this week with a match against Green Bay East.

 

The Clippers have not taken the pitch since its April 26 against Gibraltar/Sevastopol, who will also be their first-round opponent when the alternative fall state tournament begins on Thursday. The Red Devils lost their last match to Pulaski 3-0 on Saturday.

 

The two sides will meet at Clark Field with a scheduled 6:30 p.m. opening touch.

Kurek state qualifier in Clippers cross country finale

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers cross country team posted some good times on a tough Whitewater course on Saturday during their WIAA Sectional race.

 

Freshman Julia Kurek finished in the top 10 in the race with a top 10 finish, which qualified her for her first state meet with a time of 22:36. 

 

On the boys' side, Andrew Konop was the only boys' finisher with a time of 25:26 on the 5K course.

 

Kurek will race at the state meet in Janesville on Saturday

 

RESULTS

BOYS

59 (n/a) 1389 Konop Andrew Sturgeon Bay 11 25:26.8 8:12 63 (n/a) 1390 Nathan Klaubauff Sturgeon Bay 11 42:02.6 13:33

 

GIRLS

10 (n/a) 1463 Julia Kurek Sturgeon Bay 9 22:35.8 7:17 24 (n/a) 1464 Mikayla Laluzerne Sturgeon Bay 9 24:27.8 7:53 51 (n/a) 1465 Maggie Stephens Sturgeon Bay 11 26:42.0 8:36

Baseball: Clippers split invitational

Sturgeon Bay went 1-1 at the Chilton Invitational on Saturday. In the first game, Sturgeon Bay squared off against the tournament host and got a 4-2 victory. The Clippers would score three runs in the first inning and one run in the second inning. Chilton would also score two runs in the second inning, and the score would stay the same until the end. 

 

The Clippers’ 8-3 lead slipped away in their second game, which was against Manawa. The Clippers let up six runs in the bottom of the fifth to give Manawa the lead. Manawa would build on the lead, and eventually win the game over Sturgeon Bay, 14-8. With the loss, Sturgeon Bay is now 2-1 and will have a doubleheader with Sevastopol on Tuesday. 

 

Baseball: Baseball: Bats rolling in Clippers opener

The Sturgeon Bay baseball team wasted no time getting their offense heated up in their return to play in Oconto. Anthony Jennerjohn went six innings and gave up just one run and had nine strikeouts. The Clippers are now 1-0 and scheduled to play in a triangular matchup on Saturday in Chilton. They will play Chilton at 10:00 AM and shortly after face off against Manawa.

Softball: Clippers start season in Oconto

Sturgeon Bay will visit Oconto on Thursday for their first game in nearly two years. It will be the season opener for both teams. Oconto got the victory over Sturgeon Bay when they last played in the 2019 season, 13-6. In 2019, Sturgeon Bay had a 10-14 record, Oconto had a 17-8 record. The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 PM.

Sturgeon Bay girls shine in track opener

The Sturgeon Bay girls' track boasted several event wins at their opening track meet in Kewaunee on Tuesday.

 

The girls' team scored 69 points, which was good for second place behind Kewaunee. Earning event wins included Julia Kurek in the 3200M, Lauren Alger in the 100M Hurdles, Hannah Sternard in the long jump and triple jump, and the 4X200M Relay. 

 

The boys' team scored 20 points at the meet with Gordon Hodges winning the only event for the Clippers in the pole vault.

 

Full Results are listed below (Place, Year in School, Name, Time/Distance,Personal Record (PR) or Season Record (SR), School):

 

BOYS

100 Meters  Varsity - x

12.9Xavier Jandrin13.715aPRSturgeon Bay

13.10Russell Pudlo13.847aPRSturgeon Bay

 

200 Meters  Varsity - x

8.10Landen Hintz28.432aPRSturgeon Bay

11.9Avory Kahles28.886aPRSturgeon Bay

 

400 Meters  Varsity - x

5.10Espen Walker1:10.264aPRSturgeon Bay

 

800 Meters  Varsity - x

6.9Glenn Faller2:55.642aPRSturgeon Bay

8.11Nathan Klaubauf3:55.126aSRSturgeon Bay

 

1600 Meters  Varsity - x

6.12Ben DeNamur5:50.688aSRSturgeon Bay

 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - x

3.9Tatum Routhieaux52.296aPRSturgeon Bay

 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - x

2.Relay Team10:43.984aSturgeon Bay

 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - x

6.9Gannon Evers33'01.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.10Landen Hintz29'02.00PRSturgeon Bay

12.12Ben DeNamur28'04.25PRSturgeon Bay

 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - x

4.10Landen Hintz95'02.00PRSturgeon Bay

9.9Gannon Evers78'07.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

High Jump  Varsity - x

2.10Espen Walker5'8.00PRSturgeon Bay

7.9Avory Kahles4'8.00PRSturgeon Bay

9.9Chase Hasenjager4'6.00PRSturgeon Bay

10.9Xavier Jandrin4'6.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

Pole Vault  Varsity - x

1.12Gordon Hodges10'6.00SRSturgeon Bay

 

Long Jump  Varsity - x

14.9Chase Hasenjager12'03.75PRSturgeon Bay

 

GIRLS

100 Meters  Varsity - x

4.10Claire Bohn14.914aPRSturgeon Bay

5.12Natalie Shefchik15.010aPRSturgeon Bay

6.11Mckenzie Fish15.470aSRSturgeon Bay

11.10Mallory Barker15.835aPRSturgeon Bay

13.12Elena LeRoy16.070aSRSturgeon Bay

14.9Grace Felhofer16.108aPRSturgeon Bay

16.9Lilianna Carmody16.575aPRSturgeon Bay

17.10Elizabeth Barker16.783aPRSturgeon Bay

 

400 Meters  Varsity - x

5.9Jade Tomberlin1:20.297aPRSturgeon Bay

 

1600 Meters  Varsity - x

3.12Grace Faller8:01.791aSRSturgeon Bay

 

3200 Meters  Varsity - x

1.9Julia Kurek13:29.182aPRSturgeon Bay

2.9Mikayla LaLuzerne14:38.820aPRSturgeon Bay

4.11Maggie Stephens15:28.841aSRSturgeon Bay

 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - x

1.12Lauren Alger17.734aSRSturgeon Bay

2.11Alyssa Brendemuehl18.704aSRSturgeon Bay

3.10Cate Anderson18.877aPRSturgeon Bay

4.11Alexa Nelson19.237aSRSturgeon Bay

 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - x

4.10Cate Anderson1:06:32aPRSturgeon Bay

5.11Alyssa Brendemuehl1:12:28aSRSturgeon Bay

 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - x

2.Relay Team1:00.754aSturgeon Bay

4.Relay Team1:02.774aSturgeon Bay

 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - x

1.Relay Team2:09.905aSturgeon Bay

 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - x

4.11Molly LeCloux28'01.00PRSturgeon Bay

6.12Cabria Zuehlke27'06.00PRSturgeon Bay

7.10Madelyn Wind24'10.50PRSturgeon Bay

11.10Kalei Klaubauf16'01.50PRSturgeon Bay

 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - x

6.12Cabria Zuehlke67'05.00SRSturgeon Bay

7.11Molly LeCloux64'09.50PRSturgeon Bay

8.10Madelyn Wind62'00.00PRSturgeon Bay

9.10Kierra Rux58'09.00PRSturgeon Bay

11.10Claire Bohn50'07.00PRSturgeon Bay

12.10Kalei Klaubauf46'10.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

High Jump  Varsity - x

2.9Jade Tomberlin4'4.00PRSturgeon Bay

 

Long Jump  Varsity - x

1.11Hannah Sternard14'05.75SRSturgeon Bay

3.11Mckenzie Fish13'04.75SRSturgeon Bay

5.9Lilianna Carmody12'01.50PRSturgeon Bay

7.9Grace Felhofer11'10.25PRSturgeon Bay

11.12Elena LeRoy10'03.00SRSturgeon Bay

 

Triple Jump  Varsity - x

1.11Hannah Sternard30'04.50SRSturgeon Bay

Clippers move closer to a top play-off seed on 96.7 WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers Soccer Team was able to enhance their chances of a top seed in the upcoming playoffs with a 4-1 victory over Gibraltar/Sevastopol on 96.7 WBDK on Monday night. The scoring started quickly with Ben Luders netting the game’s first goals in the 3rd minute assisted by Spencer Hubbard. The scoring continued when Carson Dvorak was able to knock in a second goal off a Gibraltar player in the 17th minute. Just after halftime, the game was brought to within one goal (2-1) off a corner kick where it would remain until 8:08 to go in regulation when Gavin Hernandez netted another Spencer Hubbard corner kick. Then 4 minutes later in the 90th minute of play, Robert Alas scored the game’s final goal giving the Clippers the 4-1 victory. The next game on the schedule is next Monday at home against Green Bay East. That game will be covered by the NEW Radio Sports Network on broadcast on 96.7 WBDK. The Clippers will find out their playoff standing this Wednesday. 

 

Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar/Sevastopol battle on 96.7 WBDK

Sturgeon Bay and Gibraltar/Sevastopol will battle for county bragging rights on Monday night as the two teams head to the soccer pitch.

 

The Clippers won their last time out on Friday night as they defeated Green Bay Preble 2-1 at Clark Field thanks to tallies from Ben Luders and Gavin Hernandez. The Vikineers have not played since a 4-1 loss to Manitowoc Lincoln on April 17th. 

 

The last meeting between the two teams was notable as the Vikineers' scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win that snapped a long-lasting Packerland Conference winning streak by the Clippers.

 

Bryan Mazur and Peter Kerwin will have the call on 96.7 WBDK and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening touch at 6:30 p.m.

Clippers hold off Preble at Clark Field on WBDK

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers soccer team held off the Preble Hornets 2-1 with Coach Maas getting his first-ever victory over the rival. Leading the way for the Clippers was Ben Luders with a goal in the 39th minute that tied the game 1-1. Then after a tremendous hustle from Robert Alas that gave the Clippers a corner kick, Spencer Hubbard was able to find Gavin Hernandez in the 50th minute of play putting Sturgeon Bay up 2-1 which would end up being the final score. The Clippers are back in action Monday when they travel to Sevastopol to take on Gibraltar/Sevastopol. The game will be on 96.7 WBDK and the NEW Radio Sports Network with pregame starting at 6 pm and kickoff at 6:30 pm. 

Clippers golf take third in home meet

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers golf team had a strong showing in its first meet of the year, taking third at Cherry Hills Golf Course Thursday.

 

Kyle Bilski shot a team-best 49 on the course, one of six golfers to shoot under 50 in the nine-hole round. The Clippers finished behind Peshtigo and Oconto in the Packerland Conference Meet.

 

You can see the full Clippers scoresheet below:

Sturgeon Bay returns home against Sevastopol

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers football team will return home for the first and last time this season when it hosts Sevastopol Friday evening.

 

The Clippers have not played in the city of Sturgeon Bay since 2019 when it lost to Algoma 52-10. This season, it has played the majority of its games at Capital Credit Union Park, going 2-1 in those games. Last week in its first road contest, the Clippers rushed for over 260 yards and six scores in a 50-34 win against Gibraltar.

 

The Pioneers come into the game 0-2 in their second attempt at a season this school year. In its most recent game, Jack de Young threw for over 330 yards and five touchdowns and Spencer Evenson ran for another 115 yards. It was not enough however as NEW Lutheran's Marshal Bukowski ran for over 220 yards and three scores as the Blazers beat the Pioneers 54-36.

 

Brady Tooley and Reece Robillard will have the game on the NEW Radio Sports Network beginning with the pregame show at 4:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 5 p.m.

Soccer: Sturgeon Bay stopped by Fond du Lac

The Sturgeon Bay boys soccer team, who had been on a run since their only other loss in the opener, hit a bump in their 3-0 shutout loss against Fond du Lac on Tuesday. The Clippers came into the game on a winning streak but will now have to regroup before their next matchup on Friday. The 5-2 Clippers will be the home team against Green Bay Preble. The game is scheduled to start at 6:30 PM.

Kurek paces girls field in Kewaunee

Racing against the boys posed no problems for Sturgeon Bay's Julia Kurek Tuesday afternoon in Kewaunee.

 

Kurek ran a season-best 22:16 on a day when the boys and girls races were combined. Mikayla Laluzerne also joined Kurek in breaking 24 minutes on the 5K course. Andrew Konop was the top boys' finisher with a time of 23:22. 

 

Neither squad had enough runners to score points as a team.

 

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Sturgeon Bay cross country travels to Kewaunee

The numbers are building for Sturgeon Bay cross country as they head to Kewaunee for a meet Tuesday afternoon.

 

One number that is growing is the number of boys participating. After having one meet where no boys ran, three ran at last week's meet at Green Bay's Colburn Park. Jace Johnson led the way with a sub 21:30 5K time.

 

Another one that is building is Julia Kurek's win total. She won her second race of the season last week at Colburn Park, covering the course in 22:52. 

 

 

Many of the same teams will be at Tuesday's meet at Kewaunee's Bruemmer Park. The boys and girls' teams of Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar, Green Bay East, and Green Bay West will run together when the gun fires at 4:30 p.m.