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Sturgeon Bay High School Archives for 2019-04

Sturgeon Bay a part of big field at St. Norbert's College

Sturgeon Bay's boys and girls were a part of a 15 team field at St Norbert College on Friday for a track and field meet. The Sturgeon Bay boys came in ninth place with 35 team points while the girls got 34 points which was good for eighth.


For the boys DJ Lenius, DJ Reichel, Calvin Meacham, Gordon Hodges and Fletcher Hubbard all picked up top-five finishes.


Alysha Nelson, Lauren Alger, Brenna Zuehlke and Hannah Sternard were all top-five finishers for the girls. The 4x800 Relay Team of  Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt, Ashley Alberts and Sophie Patton finished fourth.

Sturgeon Bay loses in 5 innings to Kewaunee

Sturgeon Bay had trouble containing Kewaunee on their home field on Friday. The final score was 12-1 in five innings. Kewaunee jumped on the board immediately with eight runs in the first inning. Alexis McCarthy scored the Clippers only run in the second inning.


Sturgeon Bay will try to get back on track when they host Two Rivers on Monday at 5 PM.

Clippers fall just short against Kewaunee

Sturgeon Bay took a 2-0 lead over Kewaunee in the bottom of the first inning but a 5-run second by the Storm was too much for the Clippers to overcome. Sturgeon Bay would cut in the lead in the 2nd and 5th innings scoring one run in each. Kewaunee scored an insurance run in the 7th and Sturgeon Bay's rally came up one run short in the bottom of the last inning. The final score was 6-5. Max Bordeau and Jake Schneider drove in two.


Schneider also pitched six innings and struck out 10.


Sturgeon Bay will try to get back on track Saturday morning when they travel to Coleman for a 10 AM first pitch.

Clippers track teams post top 3 finishes in Oconto Falls

Congratulations to the Girls Track & Field team for a great meet performance at the 68th annual Oconto Falls Invitational yesterday. The girls team placed 3rd in the meet and 1st among the Packerland teams attending.


The girls 4x100 relay team of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy, and Alysha Nelson won 1st place medals and meet batons with a season record of 55.79 seconds.


2nd place medal winners include

Alysha Nelson in the 100m dash

and Brenna Zuehlke in the Discus


3rd place medal winners include

Nalani Bicoy with a PR in the 3200m run

Hannah Sternard in the Long Jump

and The season record 4x400m relay team of Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt, Kenzye Hasenjager, and Hailey Riechers


The Boys Track & Field team stunned the crowd by almost winning the Invitational by a mere 6 points, bringing home the 2nd place trophy and finishing 1st among Packerland teams.


1st place medal winners include

DJ Reichel with a season record in the 1600m Run

DJ Lenius with a season record in the 110m high Hurdles

and Fletcher Hubbard with PR in the long jump of 19 feet 4.25 inches


2nd place medal winners include

DJ Reichel with a season record in the 800m Run

DJ Lenius in the 300m Hurdles

Fletcher Hubbard in the Triple Jump

and Frank Pudlo with a PR in the Pole Vault of 10 ½ feet


3rd place medal winners include

Fletcher Hubbard in the 110 High Hurdles as well as the 300 Hurdles

Ian Johanski in the High Jump

and Gordon Hodges in the Pole Vault


Great Job Track Team!


The Track teams set their sights on some very strong Division 1, 2 and 3 schools at the St. Norbert College Elite Meet today in DePere.

Sturgeon Bay 4-0 over visiting Kewaunee

For a second game in a row, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers played in the rain, but tonight's game lasted the full 90 minutes and it was a solid conference win.  On a rain soaked field, Captain Madison Starr scored in the first minute and finished the half with a hat trick.  Senior Captain Anna Fischer completed scoring for Sturgeon Bay with a quick goal in the second half.  Keeper McKenna Gibson had one save in goal for the Clippers.  "This was a nice win for our team.  Kewaunee has a young team this year and their coaches are working their magic.  SB mid fielders,Captain Claire Tellstrom and Gracen Spritka, worked tirelessly in terrible conditions to build our attack. In the mud and rain they directed Sturgeon Bay's offense.  Center backs Caitlyn Smith and Captain Georgia Feldman turned away any ball getting into their third of the field.  Consequently, we were able to give our younger players some good minutes tonight.  Defender Ella "The Destroyer" Pinkert vowed there would be no goals on her side of the field and she proved correct as the defense played a solid game. " Next, Sturgeon Bay travels to Elkhart Lake Glenbulah for a road game on Monday."

Area golf teams hit the links Thursday

All of the local golf programs in Door and Kewaunee Counties will be in action on Thursday.


Beginning at 10 a.m., Luxemburg-Casco will meet its Northeastern Conference foes for an invitational at Little River Golf Course in Marinette.


Idlewild Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay will be the site of a Packerland Conference golf invitational featuring teams from Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay. Tee time is set for 4 p.m.

Sturgeon Bay loses to Green Bay East 4-3

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers girls soccer team fought hard but dropped a close decision to Green Bay East 4-3 Monday night. The lightning shortened match gave the Red Devils its second win over Door peninsula teams in as many days.


Picture courtesy of Clipper Soccer Facebook page

Peshtigo nips Sturgeon Bay 1-0 In classic pitcher's duel

Peshtigo's only hit of the game in the bottom of the 6th inning led to the only run of the night in a 1-0 victory over Sturgeon Bay. With one out, an infield single by Brandon Eick moved Nick Nielson from first to third, where he scored on a sacrifice fly by Brody Heroux. Nielson retired the Clippers in order in the 7th inning to seal the win for the Bulldogs. Nielson earned the win on a 2-hitter, with Isaac Berkley and Trent Ehlers singling for Sturgeon Bay's two hits. Ehlers was the tough luck loser with his 1-hit gem, striking out 6 while walking 4. Nielson's outstanding outing included 4 strikeouts and 2 walks. Both teams now have one loss in the Packerland Conference. Sturgeon Bay will host Kewaunee in a Friday conference game before traveling to Coleman for a Saturday non-conference tilt with the highly rated Cougars.

Sturgeon Bay sweeps Door County Classic titles

Congratulations to the Girls Track team for winning the Door County Classic Track Meet yesterday by 20 points defeating Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Gibraltar. 27 different girls scored to secure the victory.


First place finishers include

Nalani Bicoy in the 2 mile

Lauren Alger in the 100m Hurdles

Alexa Nelson in the 300m Hurdles

Delaney Shortreed in the Shot Put

Second place finishers include

                   Hailey Riechers in the 100m dash

                    Kenzie Blau in the 400m Dash

                   Alexa Nelson in the 100m Hurdles

                   Lauren Alger in the 300m Hurdles

                   4x100m Relay Team of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy, and

Alysha Nelson

4x200m Relay Team of Lauren Alger, Ashley Hansen, Kasia

Klotz, and Kenzye Hasenjager

4x400m Relay Team of Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt,

Avalen Olson, and Kenzie Blau

                   Brenna Zuehlke in the Discus

                   Kasia Klotz in the Triple Jump

Third place finishers include

                   Alysha Nelson in the 100m Dash

                   Kenzie Blau in the 200m Dash

                   Hailey DeGrave in the 800m Run

                   Nalani Bicoy in the 1600m Run

                   Sophie Patton in the 3200m Run

                   Alyssa Brendemuehl in the 300m Hurdles

                   4x800 Relay Team of Hailey DeGrave, Ashley Alberts, Morgan

Reinhardt, and Sophie Patton

                   Brenna Zuehlke in the Shot Put

                   Hannah Sternard in the Triple Jump


Also, Congratulations to the Boys Track team for winning the Door County Classic Track Meet yesterday by 3.5 points defeating Southern Door, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol. 17 different guys scored to secure the victory.


First place finishers include

DJ Reichel in the 400m Dash

Gordon Hodges in the Pole Vault

Fletcher Hubbard in the Triple Jump

DJ Lenius in the 200m Dash, the 110m Hurdles, and the 300m


Second place finishers include

                   Ian Johanski in the 100m Dash

                   DJ Reichel in the 800m Dash

Fletcher Hubbard in the 100m Hurdles, 300m Hurdles, and Long Jump

4x100 Relay team of Storm Adams, Ian Johanski, CJ Fairchild,

and Caleb Mallette

4x200 Relay team of Storm Adams, Caleb Mallete, Alex Marsh,

and Gordon Hodges

4x400 Realy team of Storm Adams, David Condra, Gordon

Hodges, and Carson Dvorak

Calvin Meacham in the Shot Put & Discus

Third place finishers include

                   Evian Torres in the 1600m Run

                   DJ Lenius in the Triple Jump


DJ Lenius  won the Boys Individual Title by earning 3rd in the Triple Jump and 1st place his three running events.


The girls and boys combined scores to secure the coveted Door County Classic Harris Cup for the 4th year in a row.




100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.9Ian Johanski12.61aSturgeon Bay7.11CJ Fairchild13.32aSturgeon Bay12.12Calvin Meacham14.95aPRSturgeon Bay10Caleb MalletteSCRSturgeon Bay 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.11DJ Lenius24.45aSturgeon Bay5.11CJ Fairchild25.81aPRSturgeon Bay7.9Ian Johanski26.15aPRSturgeon Bay 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.12DJ Reichel55.65aPRSturgeon Bay5.10Carson Dvorak1:00.02aPRSturgeon Bay7.10Kellen Hacht1:01.89aSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12DJ Reichel2:12.08aSRSturgeon Bay8.10Carson Dvorak2:29.50aSturgeon Bay12.9Nathan Klaubauf3:32.27aSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12DJ Reichel4:54.61aSRSturgeon Bay5.11Evian Torres5:25.78aPRSturgeon Bay7.10Ben Denamer5:40.63aPRSturgeon Bay9.11David Condra5:57.13aPRSturgeon Bay10.12Adrian Rodriguez5:57.31aPRSturgeon Bay 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Evian Torres12:08.75aPRSturgeon Bay 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

1.11DJ Lenius16.57aSturgeon Bay2.11Fletcher Hubbard16.82aSturgeon Bay4.10Kellen Hacht19.99aSturgeon Bay6.9Spencer Hubbard22.81aPRSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

1.11DJ Lenius42.29aPRSturgeon Bay2.11Fletcher Hubbard42.69aPRSturgeon Bay7.9Spencer Hubbard54.89aPRSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Storm Adams
Ian Johanski
CJ Fairchild
Frank Pudlo48.54aSturgeon Bay 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Storm Adams
Caleb Mallette
Alex Marsh
Gordon Hodges1:46.39aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Kellen Hacht
David Condra
Evian Torres
Gordon Hodges4:11.31aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

4.Ian Bartz
David Condra
Carson Dvorak
Henry Pudlo10:27.41aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Calvin Meacham40-10.00Sturgeon Bay5.10Alex Marsh32-10.00PRSturgeon Bay9.10Curtis Barganz29-06.00PRSturgeon Bay10.10Austin Marsh28-02.00Sturgeon Bay12.10Jacob Hooker25-07.00Sturgeon Bay13.10Ben Denamer24-00.00PRSturgeon Bay14.9Nathan Klaubauf20-03.00PRSturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Calvin Meacham112-05Sturgeon Bay7.12Carson Talbert90-07PRSturgeon Bay9.10Curtis Barganz82-11SRSturgeon Bay11.10Jacob Hooker78-01Sturgeon Bay13.10Austin Marsh69-11Sturgeon Bay16.10Alex Marsh61-02Sturgeon Bay 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Ian Johanski5-02.00PRSturgeon Bay7.12DJ Reichel5-02.00Sturgeon Bay8.10Storm Adams5-02.00PRSturgeon Bay9Spencer HubbardSCRSturgeon Bay 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

1.10Gordon Hodges10-00.00PRSturgeon Bay12Frank PudloSCRSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Fletcher Hubbard19-00.00PRSturgeon Bay5.11CJ Fairchild15-08.00Sturgeon Bay8.10Kellen Hacht15-00.00Sturgeon Bay9.9Spencer Hubbard14-03.50PRSturgeon Bay12.11David Condra14-00.00Sturgeon Bay17.9Nathan Klaubauf7-08.00Sturgeon Bay10Carson DvorakSCRSturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Fletcher Hubbard41-02.00PRSturgeon Bay3.11DJ Lenius37-06.50Sturgeon Bay 



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Hailey Riechers14.07aSturgeon Bay3.12Alysha Nelson14.18aSturgeon Bay9.11Ava Carmody15.39aSturgeon Bay11.9Mckenzie Fish15.65aSturgeon Bay12.9Piper Hunsader15.70aSturgeon Bay15.10Cabria Zuehlke16.23aPRSturgeon Bay9Alexis HemmingerSCRSturgeon Bay 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Kenzie Blau29.05aPRSturgeon Bay6.11Hailey Riechers29.53aSturgeon Bay9.10Elena LeRoy32.07aSturgeon Bay10.9Piper Hunsader32.15aPRSturgeon Bay11.12Ashley Hansen32.69aSturgeon Bay12.11Madison Barker33.82aSturgeon Bay9Alexa NelsonSCRSturgeon Bay12Kenzye HasenjagerSCRSturgeon Bay9Avalen OlsonSCRSturgeon Bay 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Kenzie Blau1:06.25aPRSturgeon Bay4.11Hailey Riechers1:08.06aPRSturgeon Bay11Madison BarkerSCRSturgeon Bay10Maggie RichardSCRSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Hailey DeGrave2:41.00hSRSturgeon Bay12Sophie PattonSCRSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Nalani Bicoy6:07.32aPRSturgeon Bay4.10Ashley Alberts6:26.82aSturgeon Bay5.10Morgan Reinhardt6:42.42aSturgeon Bay6.9Maggie Stevens7:22.53aPRSturgeon Bay 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Nalani Bicoy13:41.90aPRSturgeon Bay3.12Sophie Patton15:37.48aSRSturgeon Bay4.9Maggie Stevens15:55.03aPRSturgeon Bay5.12Emily Pinkert16:07.28aSRSturgeon Bay6.10Grace Faller16:59.51aSturgeon Bay7.11Maycee Dettman17:58.25aPRSturgeon Bay 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

1.10Lauren Alger18.68aSturgeon Bay2.9Alexa Nelson19.32aSturgeon Bay4.9Alyssa Brendemuehl20.17aSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

1.9Alexa Nelson55.30aPRSturgeon Bay2.10Lauren Alger56.30aSRSturgeon Bay3.9Alyssa Brendemuehl56.89aPRSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Emily Tess
Kasia Klotz
Elena LeRoy
Alysha Nelson56.14aSturgeon Bay 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Lauren Alger
Ashley Hansen
Kasia Klotz
Kenzye Hasenjager2:03.49aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Alyssa Brendemuehl
Hailey DeGrave
Morgan Reinhardt
Kenzie Blau4:56.64aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.Hailey DeGrave
Ashley Alberts
Morgan Reinhardt
Sophie Patton11:39.23aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Delaney Shortreed31-06.00Sturgeon Bay3.12Brenna Zuehlke30-00.00SRSturgeon Bay4.10Loren Whitmore26-06.00Sturgeon Bay6.10Cabria Zuehlke24-08.00Sturgeon Bay8.9Molly LeCloux22-01.00Sturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Brenna Zuehlke95-04Sturgeon Bay4.11Delaney Shortreed80-10PRSturgeon Bay6.10Cabria Zuehlke71-02Sturgeon Bay7.10Loren Whitmore60-11Sturgeon Bay9.9Molly LeCloux60-06PRSturgeon Bay 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.9Emily Ulberg4-06.00Sturgeon Bay5.11Hailey Riechers4-04.00Sturgeon Bay6.10Maggie Richard4-04.00Sturgeon Bay9Hannah SternardSCRSturgeon Bay 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Ava Carmody6-00.00Sturgeon Bay5.10Yadi Ortiz5-06.00Sturgeon Bay7.12Emily TessNHSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Kenzie Blau13-11.00PRSturgeon Bay5.9Hannah Sternard13-09.75Sturgeon Bay6.9Mckenzie Fish13-03.00Sturgeon Bay8.12Kenzye Hasenjager11-09.50Sturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Kasia Klotz30-01.00SRSturgeon Bay3.9Hannah Sternard30-00.50PRSturgeon Bay5.12Kenzye Hasenjager27-09.00Sturgeon Bay 

Sturgeon Bay soccer hosts Green Bay East

They played at the same stadium last week, but today the Sturgeon Bay Clippers will host Green Bay East in a non-conference soccer match.


The Clippers are coming off a 1-0 loss to NEW Lutheran while the Red Devils topped Luxemburg-Casco last Thursday 2-1. Both teams are shooting for their second win of the season when the teams meet at 6:30 p.m.

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?

What does Wrestling and the Wrestling Family mean to you?
“Wrestling is the only sport that instills ultimate respect for every single person within it. The ability to single-handedly overcome and physically outdo another athlete is like no other feeling in the world. It creates a concept of values and beliefs into a wrestling family and teaches camaraderie. The wins are the best wins and the loses are the worst losses you will have in your life, because it directly relates to you as an individual, overcoming factors that can benefit or harm your well-being. There is nothing like it.” Mitchell Overbeck
 “Wrestling becomes a way of life. From eating habits, exercise and work outs, to self-discipline and it doesn’t stop when the season is done. It’s not just about getting your arm raised on the mat, but over coming hurdles, fears, and insecurities. Building confidence and camaraderie with other wrestlers and that only other wrestlers understand, like an unwritten code. Every wrestler knows the heart ache of losing and leaving their pride on the mat, yet get up every day and work harder than the day before.” Tammy DeNamur
“Wrestling is a teacher of life. It reveals your strengths, weaknesses and brings you a sense of belonging” Tory Jandrin “Colin started later than most. For many- many years I had to sit and watch my son get thrown around by a lot of guys bigger than him. In the end it was worth it” Wendy Shubert
According to Merriam Webster the meaning of family is: the basic unit in society traditionally consisting of two parents rearing their children : a group of individuals living under one roof : a group of person of common ancestry : a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation : lastly family could mean a group of things related by common characteristics.
When it comes to wrestling I think there is a bigger meaning behind the word family. So I asked members from the wrestling community to comment:
“To me the wrestling “family” is much bigger than the families and people we have traveled with to tournaments from our school or team. The wrestling family knows no district boundaries or specific season(s) or teammates. The family extends from those that competed to parents, siblings, coaches, and spectators. Anyone that knows the hard work and sacrifices put in by all involved develops a bond and appreciation that often lasts a lifetime.” Coach Jerry Englebert
 I have been around sports my whole life- from being a 3 sport athlete, collegiate athlete, and now a Licensed Athletic Trainer providing sports performance enhancement through EDGE 3D programming at DCMC. I have had my fair share of different “families”. But the family that has built some of the strongest bonds and has withstood the years is the wrestling family. “A bond that is deeper than a sport. It comes from sacrifice of yourself for all who enjoy the challenges of a demanding sport. Wrestling links you forever if you are the athlete, parent or community member. It’s things unsaid… and hard to put into words…forever a wrestling family.” Dawn Englebert  As a wrestling sister, I think part of the reason for this bond is the grueling all weekend bleacher butt that sets in when the wrestlers are young. “This family is formed through blood, sweat, and tears.” Tyler Wagner  Multi- youth tournament weekends, first through eighth grade. You really get to know the people that are in the stands yelling and cheering with or against you. “It instills dedication in families as well as wrestlers. Camaraderie and friendships are made, even with the competitors and their families. It is a mutual respect.” Dave Walker You find yourself treating the other wrestlers and their siblings as your own, other people’s kids, as your own kids and other parents as your parents. “Wrestling families stick together through the best and worst times; everyone genuinely wants them to do well and are always there to help. Your child never needs to worry about having a partner or coach; someone is always there without being asked. These bonds are so strong and extend far beyond the mat.” Shannon LeFevre  “Everyone in the wrestling family makes everyone feel very welcome and like you’ve always been a part of the family.” Jen LeCloux
Tia Jackson, MS, LAT, ATC
Licensed Athletic Trainer
EDGE 3D – sports performance enhancement programming
Door County Medical Center

Sturgeon Bay girls win, boys runner-up in Packerland Track Relays

The Sturgeon Bay Girls team won the Packerland Conference Relays Championship last night in Oconto with 118.5 points followed by Kew 114.5 and Algoma 69. First place events included 3x1600 Relay of Ashley Alberts, Morgan Reinhardt, and Nalani Bicoy

3x100 High Hurdles Relay of Alyssa Brendemuehl, Alexa Nelson, and Lauren Alger

3x300 Low Hurdles Relay of Alyssa Brendemuehl, Alexa Nelson, and Lauren Alger

High Jump Relay of Maggie Richard, Emily Ulberg, and Hailey Reichers

Long Jump Relay of Hannah Sternard, Kenzie Hasenjager, and Kenzie Blau

Triple Jump Relay of Hannah Sternard, Kenzie Hasenjager, and Kasia Klotz

Freshman 4x100 of Avalen Olsen, McKenzie Fish, Piper Hunsader, and Alexis Hemminger

Second place events included

4x100 Relay of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy, and Alysha Nelson

Shot Put Relay of Loren Whitmore, Brenna Zuehlke, and Delaney Shortreed.


The Sturgeon Bay Boys team earned second place behind Kewaunee. The boys had one

first place event

3x110 High Hurdle Relay of Kellen Hacht, Fletcher Hubbard, and DJ Lenius

Second place events included include

Distance Medley Relay of Kellen Hacht, Carson Dvorak, Evian Torres, and DJ Reichel

4x100 Relay of Storm Adams, Ian Johanski, CJ Fairchild, and DJ Lenius

3x300 Intermediate Hurdle Relay of Spencer Hubbard, Fletcher Hubbard, and DJ Lenius

Long Jump Relay of Kellen Hacht, CJ Fairchild, and Fletcher Hubbard

Triple Jump Relay of Cj Fairchild, DJ Lenius, and Fletcher Hubbard


The Clippers look to defend their Door County Classic title on Monday at Gibraltar, the Oconto Falls Invitational on Thursday, and the St. Norbert College Elite Meet on Friday.


Sturgeon Bay shutout by NEW Lutheran

A shot off the post in the game's 20th minute set up the game's lone goal in a 1-0 Sturgeon Bay loss to NEW Lutheran at City Stadium in Green Bay.


The Clippers offense made life difficult for Blazers goalkeeper Sadie Johnsen, who had to make six saves in the game and needed several other defensive stops in her own box to keep the tally that low.


The games lone goal came from the Blazers' Abbey Czaja after she was the only one to locate the deflected ball after it went off the post. It took that kind of luck to add a blemish to the afternoon for Clippers goalkeeper McKenna Gibson, who made three saves in the game.



Sturgeon Bay Remains Perfect In Packerland Conference With 3-0 Shutout Of Gibraltar

In a game featuring solid starting pitching by both teams, Sturgeon Bay shutout Gibraltar Thursday afternoon in a game played at Fish Creek. The Clippers got on the board in the bottom of the 1st inning on a 2-out single by Jake Schneider. Two 2-out singles by Ryan Jacobson in the 2nd and 4th innings completed the scoring for the day. Schneider recorded the win with a 2-hitter, striking out 4 and walking 2. A solid pitching performance was turned in by Gibraltar starter Eric Hoyerman, with relief help from Luke Steebs. Jacobson and Max Bordeau led the Clippers with 2 hits each, While Andras Szakala doubled for the Vikings. Sturgeon Bay moves to (7-1) on the season and (4-0) in the conference, and heads to Peshtigo on Monday for a showdown with the preseason favorite to win the conference.

Clippers track and field teams finished second in Kewaunee

Both the boys and girls track and field teams finished second in their meet in Kewaunee. The boys finished tied with Peshtigo.


DJ Reichel picked up a first-place finish in the 1600M (5:01.135a). Fletcher Hubbard (41'00.25) and DJ Lenius (39'06.00) finished 1-2 in the Triple Jump. 


Lauren Alger finished first in the 100M Hurdles (18.083a) and second in the 300M Hurdles (56.935a). Alyssa Brendemuehl finished right behind Alger in both those events. Brenna Zuehlke won the Discus Throw (101'09.50).

Anna Fischer scores hat trick in Clippers first win

Sturgeon Bay girls soccer picked up their first win of the season on Tuesday, knocking off Marinette 5-2 on the road. Anna Fischer scored a hat trick for the Clippers. Miranda Olsen and Ella Pinkert each scored a goal as well. Sturgeon Bay will open up conference play on Thursday against Green Bay NEW Lutheran.

4-Run 1st Inning Leads Clippers to 6-2 Victory Over Eagles

After a non-conference loss on Monday, the Clipper ship got righted with a 6-2 Packerland Conference win over Southern Door at Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday. A 4-run 1st inning featuring 5 singles provided the final margin of victory. Sturgeon Bay was led by two hits each from Isaac Berkley, Trent Ehlers and Mitchell Jackson. Ehlers winning pitching performance included 11 strikeouts and only 2 walks. In Ehlers' 5.2 innings of work, he yielded only 2 infield singles, allowing no Southern Door hitter to hit the ball out of the infield. Sturgeon Bay goes to (6-1)
for the season and (3-0) in the conference, with their next scheduled game at Gibraltar on Thursday at 5:00 PM.

Clippers Soccer wins first game of season

Sturgeon Bay girls soccer beat Marinette 5-2 at Marinette for their first win of the season Tuesday. Anna Fischer scored a hat trick, Miranda Olson added a goal and Ella Pinkert completed scoring with a Penalty Kick late in the game. Sturgeon Bay had 12 shots on goal.  Marinette had four shots on goal with goals by Auburn Waloway, on a direct kick, and Katelyn Guenette. In goal, McKenna Gibson had two saves for Sturgeon Bay.  

Clippers Coach Bob Desotelle said, “Tonight we found our groove passing, making our attack more effective. Defensively, allowing only four shots on goal was impressive. Anna had a fantastic night at forward and defenders Georgia Feldman and Gracen Spritka played very well. Next we play NEW in Green Bay on Thursday. That will be our first conference game”. 

Sturgeon Bay falls to Wrightstown

For the first time this season, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers baseball team tasted defeat in a 14-4 loss to the Wrightstown Tigers Monday night.


The Clippers scored three runs in the opening frame, but struggled to keep up with the Tigers' offense, which scored in all five innings played including four in the first and five in the fourth. Max Bordeau struck out five in two innings of work. 


Weather permitting, the Clippers look to get back on track with a 5 p.m. tilt at home against Southern Door. 

Monday, April 15th Wrightstown Games

Both the Varsity and JV baseball games between Sturgeon Bay and Wrightstown are scheduled to be played on Monday at 4:30pm at two different fields in Wrightstown. All baseball players are asked to bring their uniforms to school on Monday. When a bus departure time is set (likely around 2:15pm) it will be posted here and announced in school. Both schools are hopeful that these fields will be playable on Monday, the 15th.

Sturgeon Bay cancels all

Due to the weather and gym space availability, all after-school Sturgeon Bay High School practices are canceled today Thursday, April 11.

Sturgeon Bay sports schedule changes

With our game against NEW Lutheran suspended after 3 innings on 4-8-19, both teams girls softball and boys baseball will make up their games in a doubleheader on May 2nd at PBI and  Memorial Field respectively, game start time will be 4 PM.


With today's inclement weather we also have rescheduled our games against Sevastopol for Thursday to be played in the same doubleheader format at Sevastopol on May 6th. Time: TBD.


Games scheduled for Friday 4-12-19 softball at Algoma and Saturday morning 4-13-19 baseball are looking to be rescheduled as well. More details to follow.

SBHS Students Gain Experience Through Hands on ATA Program

Not all high school students are athletes, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be involved in athletics.  The Athletic Training Aide (ATA) program at Sturgeon Bay High School allows students to be actively involved in athletics from a different angle. 


The ATA program started three years ago during the 2016-2017 school year.  The program allows high school students to learn basic sports medicine skills and assist in after school coverage of the athletic training room as well as coverage of home sporting events with a certified athletic trainer.  The program is designed as a Varsity lettering program.  Students must complete at least 120 hours of after school and event coverage with a certified athletic trainer as well as complete assigned learning modules to qualify for the Varsity letter. 


Students are able to participate in the program year round or just during specific sporting seasons (Fall, Winter, or Spring) depending on their availability and participation in other extra-curricular activities.  All students who participate in the ATA program are CPR/AED/First Aid certified and also learn a lot of practical sports medicine skills like how to handle emergencies when it comes to asthma, allergic reactions, splinting of fractures or dislocations, and taping of common sports injuries to name a few.


During its first year, the program only had two students but has grown and currently has eight students who participate throughout the year.  Most of the ATA students want to pursue some sort of degree in medicine in the future and see the program as a great opportunity to gain knowledge and experience.  However, some students are just looking for a way to get involved with peers in high school and see the program as a fun way to be involved. 

Both Sturgeon Bay track and field teams win in Peshtigo

Both the boys and girls track and field teams picked up wins at the Peshtigo Quad on Tuesday. The Clipper girls dominated the field outscoring the second place team by 100 points. They scored 156.


Alysha Nelson and Hailey Riechers finished 1-2 in the 100M. Riechers also finished second in the 200M.


Kenzie Blau picked up a second-place finish in the 400M.


The whole top-five in the 1600M were all Clippers. Nalani Bicoy was first and Ashley Alberts finished second. Bicoy also finished second in the 3200M.


Lauren Alger won the 100M Hurdles and finished second behind teammate Alexa Nelson in the 200M Hurdles.


Kenzye Hasenjager, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy and Alysha Nelson won the 4x100M Relay. Klotz, Hasenjager, Lauren Alger and Ashley Hansen won the 4x200M Relay.


Delaney Shortreed took first in the shot put. Brenna Zuehlke finished second in the shot put and discus.


Hailey Riechers won the High Jump, Hannah Sternard won the Long Jump and Kenzye Hasenjager won the Triple Jump.


The boys track and field team took first in a much closer field. The Clipper boys scored 98 total points, just ahead of Southern Door's 85.5 and Peshtigo's 80.


DJ Lenius won the 200M and Kellen Hacht finished second in the 400M. Carson Dvorak picked up second in the 800M. In the 3200M, Evian Torres picked up second as well.


Lenius also won the 110M Hurdles and 300M Hurdles. Nathaniel Greenlaw and Fletcher Hubbard finished second in those events respectively.


Hubbard also picked up victories in the in the Long Jump and Triple Jump.



Clipper soccer struggles at Freedom

Sturgeon Bay tried to pick up their first victory on Tuesday at Freedom but came up short. The Clippers took a 5-1 loss as their rough non-conference start continues. Sturgeon Bay will now have a week to regroup as their next game will be on Tuesday the 16th at Marinette.


Coach Bob Desotelle said, "Keeper McKenna Gibson had 20 saves and the Clippers had seven shots on goal.  Scoring for the Clippers was Anna Fischer, assisted by Claire Tellstrom."

Clippers baseball game suspended in Green Bay

Lightning and rain resulted in the suspension of the Sturgeon Bay/NEW Lutheran baseball game Monday afternoon. The Clippers took a 2-0 lead on a 2-run HR from Max Bordeau in the top of the 2nd inning. The Blazers responded with 3 consecutive singles to start the bottom of the 3rd inning, with a 2-RBI single by Sam Meerstein being the biggest hit. The game was suspended with NEW Lutheran holding a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the 3rd inning, with a runner on 3B and nobody out. The game will be resumed at that point at a date TBD.

Sturgeon Bay girls soccer trying to match playoff success of the boys

The Sturgeon Bay girls soccer program has had a really successful run recently. Last season the Clippers went undefeated in the Packerland and won the conference title. They have not had as much success in the playoffs as they may like. 


The boys have had a lot of playoff success that culminated in them winning a state championship in 2015. The Clipper boys won title game 2-0 over University School. Robbie Hohlfelder scored the first goal of the game and Alessandro Nora

added in an insurance goal.


The Clipper girls will be at Freedom on Tuesday.


Congratulations to Debby DeWitt! She answered Sunday's trivia question correctly which asked who scored the second goal for Sturgeon Bay in the 2015 Boys Soccer State Championship Game. The answer was Alessandro Nora

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the Day 4-7-19

Sunday's trivia question is, "Robbie Hohlfelder scored the first goal in the first half of the 2015 boys soccer state championship game for Sturgeon Bay. Who helped put the game away in the second half by scoring an insurance goal?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a prize.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Monday.

Clippers Move To 5-0 With Victories At Wild Rose

Game 1 on Saturday saw Sturgeon Bay shut out Rio 14-0 in 5 innings behind the 2-hit pitching of freshman Chris Lodl. His performance included 6 strikeouts and 2 walks. Hitting leaders with 2 hits each were Ryan Jacobson, Mitchell Jackson, and Trent Ehlers, with Ehlers producing 4 RBI with a double and a triple.

Isaac Berkley and Anthony Jennerjohn shared pitching duties in a 21-4 trouncing
of Wild Rose in game 2. Jake Schneider had a monster day at the plate, going 4-4 with 7 RBI. Ryan Jacobson and Reece Nellis had 2 hits each, and Max Bordeau put Wild Rose out of their misery with a 3-run HR in the final inning of the 5-inning game. Sturgeon Bay now travels to NEW Lutheran on Monday for a Packerland Conference battle.

Notre Dame knocks off Sturgeon Bay soccer

Sturgeon Bay girls soccer lost at Notre Dame High School on Friday by a final score of 7-1. This game was a part of the Notre Dame Quad Tournament. The Clippers are now 0-2 on the season.

Clippers softball can't get past Oconto

Sturgeon Bay softball couldn't handle Oconto on Friday and lost 15-0 in three innings. The Clippers struggled to throw the ball over the plate walking 13 Blue Devils. The Clippers will try to recover against Green Bay NEW Lutheran in a road game on Monday evening, first pitch at 5:00.

Clippers Beat Oconto 10-0 in 5 Innings, Ehlers 3-Run HR, Schneider With Shutout

Behind a 3-hit shutout from Jake Schneider featuring 10 strikeouts and 0 walks, Sturgeon Bay defeated Oconto 10-0 Friday afternoon in a game played at Kewaunee. Mitchell Jackson's solo HR in the 2nd inning provided a 1-0 Clippers lead which, expanded to 2-0 after 4 innings. A 3-run blast by Trent Ehlers moved the lead to 5-0, and before Oconto could get 3 outs The Clippers had scored 8 runs to end the game by the 10-run rule. Saturday, April 6th finds Sturgeon Bay traveling to Wild Rose for a 1:30pm contest with Rio, followed by a game against Wild Rose at approximately 4:00pm.

Clippers Soccer loses to Sheboygan Lutheran

Sturgeon Bay varsity girls soccer lost 3-1 to Sheboygan Lutheran on Tuesday.  Madison Starr scored in the fourth minute to give the Clippers the lead. Sheboygan Lutheran scored twice to take a 2-1 advantage into half time. 


Sturgeon Bay was unable to score in the second half and Sheboygan put the game away with a third goal in the 70th minute.  In goal for the Clippers, McKenna Gibson had seven saves in the loss.


The Clippers will try to pick up their first win of the season on Friday when they travel to Notre Dame. The game starts at 4:30 PM.

Sturgeon Bay softball falls in Kewaunee

In the opener for both Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay, the Storm came out on top 14-4 on their home field. Claire Kohnle and Cierra Brann were the offensive stars for Kewaunee with two hits apiece. Hailey Gaedtke got the win throwing five innings and striking out seven. 


Sturgeon Bay will host Oconto on Friday while Kewaunee travels to Chilton Thursday.

Sturgeon Bay 17 Kewaunee 0 (6 innings)

In their first Packerland Conference game of the year, Sturgeon Bay clubbed Kewaunee 17-0. What had been a competitive 4-0 game after 4 innings turned ugly when Sturgeon Bay plated 4 runs in the 5th inning, followed by a 9-run 6th inning, with the benefit of only 4 hits. Swinging the big bats for the Clippers were Mitchell Jackson 4-5 (all singles, 6 RBI), Isaac Berkley 3-5 (2 singles and a double, 2 RBI), and Trent Ehlers 2-4 (both singles, 2 RBI). Trent Ehlers was superb on the mound for Sturgeon Bay. Ehlers pitched 5 hitless innings, striking out 6 and issuing a single walk. Jake Schneider pitched the 6th inning for the Clippers, allowing Kewaunee's only hit of the game while striking out 2. Sturgeon Bay goes to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the Packerland conference.


The Clippers are scheduled to host Oconto on Friday, but field conditions at Memorial Field may result in the game being moved to Oconto. Information will be shared when available.

Clipper baseball defeats Marinette 16-9

In a game played at NEW Lutheran in Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay defeated Marinette 16-9. Leading 4-3 after 3 innings, the Clippers took control with 5 runs in the top of the 4th inning, allowing them to maintain at least a 4-run lead for the
balance of the contest. The Clipper attack was led by Andrew Carbajal 3-4 (all
singles, 2 RBI), Jake Schneider 3-5 (2 singles and a double, 4 RBI), Trent Ehlers 3-5 (2 doubles and a single, 4 RBI), Max Bordeau 2-4 (single and double, 2 RBI), Abram Abeyta 2-4 (both singles, 1 RBI). The pitching duties were shared by Max Bordeau, Anthony Jennerjohn and Chris Lodl, all making their first varsity pitching appearance. 
Sturgeon Bay now travels to Kewaunee tomorrow for a 5 pm start in their first Packerland Conference game of the season.

Sturgeon Bay girls soccer should get an earlier start to the season

If the Sturgeon Bay girls soccer team is able to play their scheduled game on Tuesday, they will be happy to start the season on time, unlike last season. April 26th was the first time the Clippers could get on the field for a real game last year. It was the start of a very successful season as Sturgeon Bay finished at 8-2-3 overall and 6-0 in the Packerland to win the conference title. When the Clippers finally got on the field for their first game, they knocked off Kewaunee by a final score of 5-0.


Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to play their opening game on Tuesday when they travel to Sheboygan Lutheran with the match starting at 4:30 PM. The Clippers are scheduled to begin the season with five straight road games before finally playing their home debut on April 22nd against Green Bay East. 


Kewaunee was the answer to Sunday's trivia question which asked who Sturgeon Bay beat in their opening game of the 2018 season. Congratulations to Paul DeWitt who answered the question correctly!

Clippers Softball 2019 home schedule

Sturgeon Bay High School Varsity Softball will host their first home game of the season Friday night. Here is a look at the Clippers home game schedule for the season. All games will start at 5:00 PM.

Varsity Girls Softball Home Games      JV 1 Softball Games

4-5                                                                    4-23

4-11                                                                   5-3








Registration now open for Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball

Sturgeon Bay summer baseball is back!  Formerly known as Cal Ripken, the now Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball program has joined forces with the Sturgeon Bay Girls Little League® Softball program.  The softball program has graciously allowed the baseball program to join their website and online registration at .  


The previous Cal Ripken board members have been helping to ease the transition to the new league. There will be few, if any, noticeable changes for the players who formerly participated in Cal Ripken.


Sturgeon Bay Boys Little League® Baseball is open to ages 7-8 (Rookies), 9-10 (Minors), and 11-12 (Majors).  Bats, helmets, catcher's gear, and team jerseys will be provided.  All players need their own glove and grey pants.  Plastic/rubber cleats are recommended, particularly for players in the Minors and Majors.  All games are played on weekday evenings at the Sturgeon Bay Sunset Park baseball fields.


Registration is now open and the deadline is April 15th!


Families with girls in the softball program will use the same account to register their boys for baseball.  New families will create an account, which can be used every year.


The deadline to register is April 15th.  Late entries will not be accepted.  The direct registration link is:

When you register your child, make sure to choose the Boys Little League® option and the correct Age Group.


You will receive a verification email from the Sturgeon Bay Girls Little League® – Don’t worry, this is the correct registration.


There will be 2 forms (medical release, and concussion agreement) that need to be filled out and emailed to the Boys Little League® email address: before they will be allowed to participate.


The tryout date for the Majors, and the league start dates will be coming soon.  We will send out emails with updates.  If you have any questions, our email address is We hope to see you on the field,


Travis Grooters, President          

Jason Krueger, Vice President

Gina Totaro, Co-Treasurer

Sondra Asher, Co-Treasurer

Heidi Kratcha, Co-Secretary

Kristen Kratcha, Co-Secretary

Sturgeon Bay baseball schedule announcements

Sturgeon Bay Baseball is scheduled to get underway with a home game this week. Here is a look at the schedule for home game dates for the Clippers Baseball program with their start times all at 5:00 PM. (Some baseball games might start at 4:30). Tuesday's home JV1 baseball game against Marinette has been canceled.



Boys Varsity Baseball   JV 1 Baseball

4-05                                   4-2 (canceled)

4-11                                   4-18

4-15                                   4-22

4-16                                   4-30

4-26                                   5-11

5-2                                     5-21