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Sturgeon Bay High School Archives for 2019-05

Riechers hopes to represent Clippers track well at state meet

Jumper Haley Riechers is Sturgeon Bay's lone participant in this weekend's WIAA State Track meet. Thursday was a travel day for local athletes as they compete in 20 different events this weekend at the WIAA State Track Meet in LaCrosse. Most of the athletes will begin their day at 9:30 a.m. when preliminary heats of the sprints and field events kick off. You can find heat sheets below for the events featuring local athletes.



Event 7  Girls High Jump Division 2
     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
Flight 1  Finals
  1  Ariana Hahn                   JR Cudahy              5-00.00 
  2  Iyana Simmons                 JR Dominican           5-00.00 
  3  Kaitlyn Tetzlaff              SR Xavier              5-01.00 
  4  Kayla Wigley                  FR Wisconsin Luther    5-01.00 
  5  Ashley Carlson                SR Wisconsin Luther    5-01.00 
  6  Nicole Johnson                JR Dodgeville/MP      X5-02.00 
  7  Rebecca Lawrence              SO Rhinelander        X5-02.00 
  8  Rachel Amoth                  SO G-E-T               5-02.00 
  9  Faith Koester                 SR Monroe              5-02.00 
 10  Elise Goetzinger              JR Mount Horeb         5-02.00 
 11  Jasmine Mlejnek               SR Rice Lake           5-02.00 
 12  Maddy Weisensel               SR Wautoma             5-02.00 
 13  Haley Riechers                JR Sturgeon Bay        5-02.00 
 14  Annika Opichka                SO Wrightstown         5-02.00 
 15  Jacqueline Smith              JR Northland Pines     5-03.00 
 16  Presley Hasse                 SO Turner              5-03.00 
 17  Charlie Halvorsen             SR Arcadia             5-04.00 
 18  Megan Reddeman                SO Poynette            5-04.00 


Clippers fall in regional semis

Sturgeon Bay lost to host Kiel 1-2. Scoring for Kiel were Kaiya Saeger and Kylie Henkel. Scoring for Sturgeon Bay was Claire Tellstrom on a direct kick. 


“We came to this game with both of our starting forwards unable to play so we had a tag team of younger players making big time starts. This game was close and Sturgeon Bay actually had more shots on goal (11-6), but we could not find the equalizer tonight.”


Sturgeon Bay repeated as Packerland Conference Champions for a second consecutive year. “A regional Win is definitely something we are working hard to achieve, but it will have to wait one more year. We had terrific fan support and were competitive all year. The coaches thank parents, school staff and the team managers for a fantastic year.”

Clipper Alum Stevenson looks forward to playing close to home this summer

Former Sturgeon Bay standout soccer player Jaden Stevenson will have lots of opportunities to play in front of friends and family this summer. Stevenson was signed by USL League Two’s Green Bay Voyageurs just before their first game in Des Moines earlier this month. After playing on two Clipper teams that made the state finals, Stevenson continued his career at Northern Illinois University this past year. Stevenson says there was a learning curve making the jump from high school to college soccer and expects a similar adjustment in the USL League Two.

The Green Bay Voyageurs will make their home debut at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon this Friday night at 7 against WSA Winnipeg. Stevenson will contribute to this summer as rehashes his season with the Voyageurs.

Sturgeon Bay Claims Regional Title With 5-0 Shut Out Of Valders

Sturgeon Bay advanced to the Random Lake Sectional with a convincing 5-0 Regional Championship win over Valders on Wednesday. A Jake Schneider RBI single put the Clippers on top 1-0 in the 1st inning. The 4th inning saw that lead expand to 4-0, as runs scored on an Anthony Jennerjohn ground out, and singles from Andrew Carbajal and Ryan Jacobson. The final run scored on a Valders throwing error in the 5th inning. Jake Schneider and Isaac Berkley combined on a 3-hit shut out, with Schneider going the first 5 and Berkley tossing the final 2. The Clippers 11-hit attack was led by Jacobson with 3-4, Carbajal with 2-5 and Mitchell Jackson with 2-4. Sturgeon Bay's 20th win of the season sends them to Random Lake for a Sectional Semi-Final with Winnebago Lutheran at 12:30pm on Tuesday, June 4th.

Clippers Advance To Regional Championship

Sturgeon Bay edged Mishicot 3-2 in an outstanding pitching duel on Tuesday. The Indians took a 1-0 lead in the top of the 3rd on a Joe Destolle RBI single. The game became knotted at 1-1 when the Clippers plated an unearned run on a 2-out infield error in the 4th. Sturgeon Bay repaid the favor by handing Mishicot a 2-1 lead in the 5th inning, behind 2 walks and 2 passed balls. The bottom of the 5th saw Andrew Carbajal reach on an error and steal second. With 2-outs Max Bordeau was walked intentionally. After the runners advanced on a wild pitch, Jake Schneider delivered a 2-run RBI double which proved to be the game-winning hit. The pitchers dominated as each side managed only 4 hits. The hard-luck loser was Max Hrubecky, while Trent Ehlers got the win, with still another superb relief performance by Isaac Berkley. Sturgeon Bay goes to (19-7) for the year, and now travels to Valders for a Regional Championship game at 4:30 pm on Wednesday.

Sturgeon Bay softball has seven all-conference players

The Clipper softball team ended up with seven players being named to Packerland All-Conference Teams for the 2019 season. This included two making the first team. Those two were catcher Koko Hartzell and outfielder Grace Abeyta. Katie Frank was named to the second team as an outfielder. Sarah Bridenhagen (IF), Autumn Hacht (IF), Melissa Moxon (IF) and Alexis McCarthy (OF) were all named honorable mentions.

Sturgeon Bay baseball has six all-conference players

Sturgeon Bay baseball was a co-conference champion in the Packerland and they have six players on the all-conference teams. The three first-teamers were Jake Schneider as a pitch along with Trent Ehlers and Ryan Jacobson as outfielders. The second team included a pair of Clipper infielders Isaac Berkley and Max Bordeau along with utility/designated hitter Reece Nellis.

Sturgeon Bay Baseball Championship Attire Now Available Online

The Sturgeon Bay baseball program is proud to announce engaging the services of RBS Activewear to create a clothing line to commemorate a 3rd consecutive Packerland Conference baseball championship. This apparel celebrates the accomplishments of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Clipper baseball teams. All items are available for purchase by going to the following site:
This online store will remain open through Sunday, June 2nd.

Clippers Blank Wolves In Regional Opener

In an opening-round tournament game, Sturgeon Bay shut out Algoma 9-0 behind a Jake Schneider 5-hitter. Jake's steady performance saw him whiff 13, while only issuing 2 free passes. The Clippers opened the scoring with a 4-run 3rd inning, with the only hit being a Ryan Jacobson single. A walk, hit batter, and 3 Algoma errors aided the rally. The lead went to 7-0 in the 5th inning with hits from Jacobson, Isaac Berkley and Mitchell Jackson doing the most damage. The final 2 runs were scored in the 6th inning on sacrifice flies from Trent Ehlers and Max Bordeau. The Clippers were led by Ryan Jacobson's 2-4, while Trevor Nell led the Wolves with 2-3. Algoma starting pitcher Zach Schmidt took the loss in 5 innings of work, with 6th inning relief from Mitch Zimmer. Sturgeon Bay goes to (18-7) on the year, and will now host Mishicot in a Regional Semi-Final at 4:30pm on Tuesday, May 28th.

Clippers tie Sevastopol/Gibraltar

A back and forth game ended in a tie for a pair of Door County rivals as Sturgeon Bay tied Sevastopol/Gibraltar 2-2. Anna Fischer scored in the 30th minute for Sturgeon Bay and Chilina Cuellar redirected a direct kick for Sevastopol in the 40th minute to tie the score at 1-1 going into halftime.  In the second half, Sturgeon Bay’s Allison Hobbs netted a cross by Miranda Olson to put Sturgeon Bay up 2-1.  Sevastopol’s was awarded a PK in the 86th minute and Reetika Jandu scored to tie the game at 2-2. 

Culver's Door County Student-Athlete of the Week: Sturgeon Bay baseball's Trent Ehlers

By the slimmest of margins, Trent Ehlers and his Sturgeon Bay baseball teammates were able to keep their conference championship streak alive. Thanks to Southern Door’s defeating Peshtigo, the Clippers claimed a share of its third straight Packerland Conference championship. It was important for the senior and the Packerland Conference Player of the Year candidate to keep the positive momentum going. After all, Ehlers says his relationship with some of his teammates go well beyond their time in high school.

This week’s Culver’s Door County Student-Athlete of the Week, Ehlers is currently looking at some junior colleges and Wisconsin schools to continue to his baseball career after high school. His Clippers team still has a lot more to accomplish this season beginning with a home game against Algoma Thursday afternoon.



Sturgeon Bay soccer falls 5-0 to Wrightstown

The Wrightstown Tigers blanked the Sturgeon Bay Clippers 5-0 in girls soccer at Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday.  Alexa Leick and Ashley Hansen each scored twice and Lindsey Kugler once to lead Wrightstown.  McKenna Gibson had 11 saves in goal for the Clippers.  Wrightstown is ranked at #9 in D3 for a good reason.  The Clipper coaching staff was pleased with the team's effort and performance tonight despite the score.  Sturgeon Bay will now prepare for their conference final and first regional game."

Sturgeon Bay track athletes qualify in 13 events

Congratulations to the Girls and Boys Track & Field team for an outstanding performance at the WIAA Division II Regional at Wrightstown. The Sturgeon Bay Girls Track and Field team placed fourth, highest among Packerland teams, and the the boys finished sixth. There were many Personal and Season records set against very good competition.



Regional First Place Champions include:

Alysha Nelson in the 100

Brenna Zuehlke in the Discus with a PR of 109’ 9”

DJ Lenius in the 110 Hurdles

Nathaniel Greenlaw in the Triple Jump with a PR of 41’ 9.75”


Other Sectional qualifiers include:


         Alexa Nelson 2nd in the 100 Hurdles with a PR of 17.70

         Alyssa Brendemuehl 4th in the 100 Hurdles

         Kenzie Blau 3th in the 400 with a PR of 1:04.69 & 4th in the 200 with a PR of 28.81

         Hailey Riechers 3rd in the High Jump

         Relay team of Emily Tess, Kasia Klotz, Elena LeRoy, and Alysha Nelson 3rd in the 4x100


        Fletcher Hubbard 2nd in the 100 Hurdles, 3rd in the 300 Hurdles

        DJ Reichel 2nd in the 400

        DJ Lenius 2rd in the 300 Hurdles

        Relay team of Amir Hansen, Carson Dvorak, DJ Lenius, and DJ Reichel 3rd in the 4x400

        Calvin Meacham 3rd in the Shot Put with a PR of 47’ 4”


Point Winners include:


Emily Ulberg 6th in the High Jump with a PR of 4’8”

Maggie Richard 7th in the High Jump with a PR of 4’8”

Hailey Reichers 7th in the 100

Delaney Shortreed 8th in the Discus Shot Put

Kenzye Hasenjager 7th in the 200 & 6th in the Long Jump with a PR of 14’ 10”

Relay team of Kenzye Hasenjager, Ashley Hansen, Kasia Klotz, and Alexa Nelson 5th in the 4x200

Alexa Nelson 5th in the 300 Hurdles with a PR of 51.83

Hannah Sternard 6th in the Triple Jump

Nalani Bicoy 6th in the 1600

Hailey DeGrave 5th in the 800 with a PR of 2:36.35”

Relay team of Hailey DeGrave, Kenzye Hasenjaeger, Hailey Riechers, and Kenzie Blau 5th in the 4x400

Relay team of Hailey DeGrave, Morgan Reinhardt, Sophie Patton, and Ashley Alberts 6th in the 4x800


On the Boys side:


Gordon Hodges 8th in the Pole Vault

Fletcher Hubbard 5th in the Triple Jump, 6th in the Long Jump

Kellen Hacht 7th in the 300 Hurdles

Amir Hansen 7th in the 100

Evian Torres 8th in the 1600

Relay team of Storm Adams, Ian Johanski, CJ Fairchild, and Amir Hansen 6th in the 4x100

Relay team of Ian Bartz, Henry Pudlo, Evian Torres, and Spencer Hubbard 8th in the 4x800




Great Job Track Team! Sectionals are this Thursday at Freedom


Full Results


100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

7.10Amir Hansen12.19aSturgeon Bay 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12DJ Reichel53.33aSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

12.9Spencer Hubbard2:23.02aPRSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Evian Torres5:34.70aSturgeon Bay9.11David Condra5:42.87aPRSturgeon Bay11.12Adrian Rodriguez5:43.34aPRSturgeon Bay 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

1.11DJ Lenius15.83aSturgeon Bay2.11Fletcher Hubbard16.50aSturgeon Bay7.10Kellen Hacht19.11aSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

2.11DJ Lenius42.54aSturgeon Bay3.11Fletcher Hubbard43.34aSturgeon Bay10.10Kellen Hacht46.63aSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Storm Adams
Ian Johanski
CJ Fairchild
Amir Hansen47.48aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.DJ Lenius
Amir Hansen
Carson Dvorak
DJ Reichel3:40.43aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

8.Ian Bartz
Evian Torres
Frank Pudlo
Spencer Hubbard10:11.93aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Calvin Meacham47-04.00PRSturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

15.12Carson Talbert103-11PRSturgeon Bay 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

8.10Gordon Hodges10-06.00Sturgeon Bay---12Frank PudloNHSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Fletcher Hubbard19-04.75PRSturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Nathaniel Greenlaw41-09.75PRSturgeon Bay5.11Fletcher Hubbard40-09.00Sturgeon Bay16.9Spencer Hubbard32-04.50PRSturgeon Bay 

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Alysha Nelson13.44aSturgeon Bay 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Kenzie Blau28.81aPRSturgeon Bay6.12Kenzye Hasenjager29.18aSturgeon Bay 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Hailey DeGrave2:36.35aPRSturgeon Bay 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Nalani Bicoy5:54.92aPRSturgeon Bay 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

10.11Nalani Bicoy13:03.04aPRSturgeon Bay13.12Emily Pinkert16:38.07aSturgeon Bay 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

2.9Alexa Nelson17.87aSturgeon Bay4.9Alyssa Brendemuehl18.46aSturgeon Bay 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

5.9Alexa Nelson51.83aPRSturgeon Bay10.9Alyssa Brendemuehl53.87aSturgeon Bay 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.-Emily Tess
Kasia Klotz
Elena LeRoy
Alysha Nelson54.20aSturgeon Bay 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Elena LeRoy
Kasia Klotz
Ashley Hansen
Alexa Nelson1:56.68aSturgeon Bay 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Hailey DeGrave
Hailey Riechers
Kenzye Hasenjager
Kenzie Blau4:35.75aSturgeon Bay 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Ashley Alberts
Morgan Reinhardt
Hailey DeGrave
Sophie Patton11:28.34aSturgeon Bay 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Delaney Shortreed31-06.50Sturgeon Bay9.12Brenna Zuehlke30-06.00Sturgeon Bay 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Brenna Zuehlke109-09PRSturgeon Bay8.11Delaney Shortreed84-07Sturgeon Bay12.10Cabria Zuehlke77-05Sturgeon Bay 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Hailey Riechers4-11.00Sturgeon Bay6.9Emily Ulberg4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay7.10Maggie Richard4-08.00PRSturgeon Bay 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.12Kenzye Hasenjager14-10.00PRSturgeon Bay9.9Hannah Sternard14-03.75Sturgeon Bay13.9Mckenzie Fish13-06.50PRSturgeon Bay 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

6.9Hannah Sternard31-03.50Sturgeon Bay10.11Kasia Klotz29-11.75Sturgeon Bay 

Baseball captures share of crown on off day

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers were written off by most people about two weeks ago in their quest for a 3rd straight Packerland Conference Baseball Championship. However, with a number of never-say-die performances, the Clippers finished league play with a solid (13-3) record after their thrilling 4-3 nine-inning victory over Peshtigo last Friday. Peshtigo still held the inside track to an outright championship with a (13-2) record, needing a victory at Southern Door Monday to clinch the outright title. But, our neighbors to the south took care of business on Monday by dumping the Bulldogs 5-1 behind a Derik LeCaptain no-hitter. For the second consecutive year, Sturgeon Bay and Peshtigo will share the Packerland Conference baseball title. Seeing that all Clippers/Bulldogs games in the last two years have been decided by one run, it seems appropriate that an exciting 2019 baseball season has resulted in another co-championship for these Packerland baseball powers. Sturgeon Bay now travels to Bonduel for a 4:30pm Tuesday non-conference game, before hosting Algoma at 4:30pm on Thursday in the opening round of the Regional Tournament. See you at the ball park.


Sturgeon Bay hosted soccer tournament on Saturday

Sturgeon Bay was able to get in three soccer games on Saturday as they hosted the Door County Cup. Ashwaubenon, Pius XI and Wrightstown were the other teams in the tournament. Wrightstown won all three of their games including a 3-0 victory over the Clippers. Sturgeon Bay will play host to Wrightstown again on Tuesday at 4:30 PM.

Sturgeon Bay keeps championship hopes alive

In a thrilling game between the top two teams in the conference standings, Sturgeon Bay edged Peshtigo in a classic struggle at Memorial Field on Friday. The Clippers took a 1-0 lead in the 1st inning on a Max Bordeau double, but Peshtigo tied the game at 1 in the 2nd inning on a botched rundown by Sturgeon Bay.


The Clippers took a 2-1 lead with an unearned run in the 3rd, only to see Peshtigo take their only lead of the day when a Nick Neilson double followed by a 2-run Brandon Eick HR gave the Bulldogs a 3-2 lead in the top of the 5th.


The Clippers answered immediately in the bottom of the inning when a Trent Ehlers triple was followed by an RBI ground out from Jake Schneider. Although both teams had a number of late game scoring opportunities, the score remained tied at 3 until the bottom of the 9th.


Ryan Jacobson started the winning rally by fouling off numerous 2-strike pitches, eventually drawing a lead-off walk. After Jacobson stole 2nd, Trent Ehlers was walked intentionally. When a Max Bordeau fly ball to right field was dropped the Clippers had the bases loaded with nobody
out. Jake Schneider then put an end to the proceedings with a fly ball to left field which easily scored Jacobson from 3rd.


The Clippers had kept their hopes of a Packerland Conference co-championship alive with their 8th consecutive win, finishing their conference season with a (13-3) record. Peshtigo drops to (13-2) in the league, with a make-up game at Southern Door looming on Monday afternoon at 5:00 pm. 


Abram Abeyta led theClippers with 2 hits, while Travis Plym, Nick Neilson and Jake Gordon all had 2 hits for the Bulldogs. Sturgeon Bay starting pitcher Jake Schneider struck out 10, walked 1 and hit 2 batters in his solid 6.1 innings of work. Isaac Berkley earned the victory in relief by striking out 2, walking 1 and hitting 1 in his 2.2 innings of relief. Another great relief
performance by Berkley brings his eye-popping season pitching totals to 20
strikeouts, with a mere 2 walks being issued.


Darren Dionne took the loss in relief of Nielson, who pitched the 1st 5.1 innings for the Bulldogs. If the weatherman cooperates, Sturgeon Bay is scheduled to host Mishicot at 11:00 am Saturday morning.

Clippers softball moves on in regionals

Sturgeon Bay softball advanced with a convincing 9-2 at Lourdes Academy in the opening round of the Division 3 Regionals on Thursday. The big blow of the game came on a three-run home run from Katie Frank. Autumn Hacht had three hits and Melissa Moxon added two to power the Clippers. Erin Haese was the winning pitcher.


The ninth-seeded Clippers will take on number one seed Chilton on Tuesday.

Sturgeon Bay Wins 1-0 at host Kewaunee

Sturgeon Bay's Anna Fischer scored in the 39th minute to give Sturgeon Bay it's 4th win in the Packerland Conference (4-0-1).  McKenna Gibson had 3 saves in goal for the Clippers.  Sturgeon Bay will finish its season at Sevastopol/Gibraltar next Thursday and attempt to win Conference for the second year in a row.

Sturgeon Bay softball picks up win over Gibraltar

The Sturgeon Bay softball team didn't have as dramatic a victory as their baseball counterparts on Tuesday but they'll take the win nonetheless. They handed Gibraltar a 10-3 loss at home on Senior Night.


Up next for the Clippers are the playoffs where they'll travel to Lourdes on Thursday for a 5 PM first pitch in the regionals.

Abeyta's Walk-off Gives Sturgeon Bay Baseball Victory Over Gibraltar

An amazing 6-run rally in the bottom of the 7th inning propelled Sturgeon Bay to an improbable 9-8 victory over Gibraltar. The Clippers crawled off the floor after falling behind 8-0 in the top of the 3rd inning. A 3-run HR from Max Bordeau in the bottom of the 3rd inning cut the Vikings lead to 8-3. That score held until the bottom of the 7th when the magic struck. A lead off walk to Andrew Carbajal was followed by singles from Ryan Jacobson and Trent Ehlers. Bordeau reached on an error, and Jake Schneider's double sliced the lead to 8-6. Isaac Berkley walked to load the bases, and a clutch single from Reece Nellis knotted the game at 8. After an intentional walk to Mitchell Jackson reloaded the bases, Abram Abeyta dropped the game-winning hit deep into the left-field corner. The Clippers had plated 6 runs on 5 hits without a single batter being retired.


Ryan Jacobson led the Clippers with 2-4, while the Vikings were led by a 3-4 night from Sam Lindenburg. Mitchell Jackson earned the win on the mound by tossing 3 shutout innings of 1-hit ball.


A 7th straight win puts Sturgeon Bay at (16-6) for the year and 12-3 in the Packerland Conference.


The Clippers will continue their 4-game home stand with a 5:00pm game against Peshtigo on Friday, followed by an 11:00am Saturday non-conference game with Mishicot on Saturday.

Clippers girls track win first conference title since 2009

The Sturgeon Bay girls track team partied like it was 2009 after claiming the Packerland Conference crown at its championships meet Monday in Kewaunee.


The Clippers girls team only had one individual event champion in 100 m hurdler Alexa Nelson, but consistent high performers catapulted Sturgeon Bay to a team title with 146 points, outscoring Kewaunee by nearly 19 points. It was their first conference championship in 10 years.


The boys took third in the meet behind champion Kewaunee and runner-up Peshtigo thanks to nine athletes finishing in the top three.


Below are Sturgeon Bay's results from the Packerland Conference championships



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.10Amir Hansen12.16aSturgeon Bay

7.9Ian Johanski12.47aSturgeon Bay


400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.12DJ Reichel52.88aPRSturgeon Bay

10Carson DvorakDNSSturgeon Bay


1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

13.11Evian Torres5:30.81aSturgeon Bay

10Ben DenamerDNSSturgeon Bay


3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

9.11Evian Torres11:53.21aPRSturgeon Bay

11.10Ben Denamer12:09.39aSturgeon Bay

14.11David Condra12:50.04aPRSturgeon Bay


110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

3.11DJ Lenius15.70aSRSturgeon Bay

4.11Fletcher Hubbard16.39aPRSturgeon Bay

6.10Kellen Hacht19.63aSturgeon Bay


300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

3.11DJ Lenius41.93aPRSturgeon Bay

4.11Fletcher Hubbard42.39aPRSturgeon Bay

7.10Kellen Hacht46.34aPRSturgeon Bay


4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Storm Adams
Ian Johanski
CJ Fairchild
Amir Hansen47.05aSturgeon Bay


4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

4.Storm Adams
Caleb Mallette
CJ Fairchild
Andre Williams1:41.79aSturgeon Bay


4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.Amir Hansen
Carson Dvorak
Kellen Hacht
DJ Reichel3:39.29aSturgeon Bay


4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

4.Ian Bartz
Ben Denamer
Spencer Hubbard
Henry Pudlo9:57.09aSturgeon Bay


Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Calvin Meacham43-04.75Sturgeon Bay

14.10Alex Marsh31-10.25Sturgeon Bay


Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Calvin Meacham123-04Sturgeon Bay

14.12Carson Talbert84-09Sturgeon Bay


High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

10Storm AdamsNHSturgeon Bay

9Ian JohanskiNHSturgeon Bay


Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Frank Pudlo10-06.00Sturgeon Bay

5.10Gordon Hodges10-06.00Sturgeon Bay


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Fletcher Hubbard19-02.50Sturgeon Bay

8.9Ian Johanski17-04.25PRSturgeon Bay

10.10Storm Adams16-01.50SRSturgeon Bay


Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Fletcher Hubbard41-05.00PRSturgeon Bay

5.11DJ Lenius38-07.50Sturgeon Bay


100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x2. 12 Alysha Nelson 13.70a Sturgeon Bay4. 11 Hailey Riechers 13.85a Sturgeon Bay 200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x7. 12 Kenzye Hasenjager 29.56a Sturgeon Bay 400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x5. 11 Kenzie Blau 1:06.66a Sturgeon Bay 800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x3. 11 Hailey DeGrave 2:39.32aSR Sturgeon Bay 1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x4. 11 Nalani Bicoy 6:15.88a Sturgeon Bay5. 10 Ashley Alberts 6:27.03a Sturgeon Bay 3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x3. 11 Nalani Bicoy 13:34.87aPR Sturgeon Bay7. 12 Sophie Patton 14:37.18aPR Sturgeon Bay 100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x1. 9 Alexa Nelson 17.90aPR Sturgeon Bay2. 10 Lauren Alger 17.90aSR Sturgeon Bay3. 9 Alyssa Brendemuehl 18.27aPR Sturgeon Bay 300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x3. 9 Alexa Nelson 52.68aPR Sturgeon Bay4. 9 Alyssa Brendemuehl 53.84aPR Sturgeon Bay10. 10 Lauren Alger 1:01.82a Sturgeon Bay 4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x2. - Emily TessKasia KlotzElena LeRoyAlysha Nelson 54.84a Sturgeon Bay 4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x4. Lauren AlgerAshley HansenKasia KlotzElena LeRoy 1:59.37a Sturgeon Bay 4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x3. Hailey DeGraveHailey RiechersKenzie BlauKenzye Hasenjager 4:36.27a Sturgeon Bay 4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x3. Ashley AlbertsHailey DeGraveSophie PattonMorgan Reinhardt 11:11.99a Sturgeon Bay Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x5. 11 Delaney Shortreed 31-09.50 Sturgeon Bay7. 12 Brenna Zuehlke 30-08.50SR Sturgeon Bay Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x3. 12 Brenna Zuehlke 100-11 Sturgeon Bay8. 11 Delaney Shortreed 79-08 Sturgeon Bay High Jump  Varsity - Finals x2. 11 Hailey Riechers 5-00.00PR Sturgeon Bay6. 9 Emily Ulberg 4-06.00 Sturgeon Bay Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x4. 9 Hannah Sternard 14-05.50 Sturgeon Bay5. 12 Kenzye Hasenjager 14-05.00 Sturgeon Bay7. 11 Kenzie Blau 13-10.50 Sturgeon Bay Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x4. 11 Kasia Klotz 29-11.50 Sturgeon Bay6. 9 Hannah Sternard 29-10.00 Sturgeon Bay8. 12 Kenzye Hasenjager 28-09.00 Sturgeon Bay 



Clippers Win 6th Straight With Late Comeback Against Oshkosh Lourdes

In an exciting game with numerous lead changes, Sturgeon Bay edged Oshkosh Lourdes in a Monday game at Memorial Field.


The Clippers led 4-1 after 3 innings, but a 4-run 4th for Lourdes fueled by a 3-run Joshua Bauer HR gave the Knights a 5-4 lead. Sturgeon Bay regained the lead with 2 runs in the bottom of the 4th, only to see Lourdes plate 3 in the 5th for an 8-6 advantage. A 4-run 6th inning highlighted by a 2-run HR off the bat of Trent Ehlers to tie the contest, and a 2-run RBI single by Isaac Berkley for the lead gave the Clippers enough of a margin for a 10-9 victory when the Knights could only score once in the 7th.


Sturgeon Bay was led by Ryan Jacobson's 3-4 night, with Trent Ehlers and Jake Schneider each contributing 2 hits. Max Bordeau blasted a solo HR in the 3rd inning, his 3rd HR in the last 2 games. The victory puts Sturgeon Bay at (15-6) for the year and (11-3) in the Packerland. Freshman, Jace Johnson earned his 1st varsity pitching victory, with Isaac Berkley earning the 7th inning save.


The Clippers now host Gibraltar on Tuesday at 5:00pm.

Former Clipper finds soccer home for summer

Former Clippers soccer standout Jaden Stevenson will be playing close to home this summer in the new second tier of the United Soccer League. Prior to the franchise's first game, the Green Bay Voyageurs signed the former Sturgeon Bay forward after playing his freshman year at Northern Illinois. Stevenson recorded two shots in five games for the Huskies after scoring 39 goals and tallying 24 assists in his years as a Clipper. Hometown fans of Stevenson can catch his first home game with his new team on May 31st. 



Clippers Throttle Eagles 15-3

In a game shortened to 6-innings by the 10-run rule, Sturgeon Bay hammered Southern Door 15-3 on Saturday at Brussels in a Packerland Conference game.

The Eagles jumped to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st inning, but Max Bordeau's 2-run HR in the top of the 3rd cut the lead to 3-2, and the Clippers took control with a 6-run 4th, followed by 3 runs in the 5th and a final 4-run rally in the 6th. Sturgeon Bay was led by a pair of 2-run home runs from Bordeau. Other players with 2 hits each for the winners included Ryan Jacobson, Trent
Ehlers and winning pitcher Jake Schneider. Schneider retired the last 15 batters he faced, allowing 4 hits, while striking out 7 and walking 1 to earn the mound win. Sturgeon Bay goes to 14-6 for the season and 11-3 in the Packerland. 

After a busy week which saw the Clippers post a perfect 5-0 week, Sturgeon Baywill host 4 games this week as follows:

Monday, May 13th - Oshkosh Lourdes     4:30pm
Tuesday, May 14th - Gibraltar                  5:00pm
Friday,    May 17th - Peshtigo                   5:00pm
Saturday, May 18th - Mishicot                 11:00am

Erin Haese has nice outing in loss to Algoma

Erin Haese only allowed three runs in throwing all seven innings for Sturgeon Bay on Friday. She struck out five Algoma batters but the Clipper offense couldn't get much of anything going. Sturgeon Bay struck out 14 times against Maddie Prokash. Melissa Moxon had two of the five hits in the game for the Clippers. 


Sturgeon Bay will play their final game of the regular season on Tuesday when they host Gibraltar. First pitch is scheduled for 5 PM. 

Sturgeon Bay baseball sweeps doubleheader against Algoma

Sturgeon Bay hosted a doubleheader against Algoma on Friday and picked up a pair of victories. The Clippers took game one 15-1 and game two 2-0.


Sturgeon Bay has a quick turnaround as they will travel to Southern Door for an 11 AM start on Saturday.

Sturgeon Bay 2-1 over NEW

Claire Tellstrom scored directly on a corner kick to give Sturgeon Bay a 1-0 lead going into halftime.  NEW made it a tie game early in the second half, but a nasty cross by Sturgeon Bay’s Miranda Olson was driven into the goal by Madison Starr and the Clippers held on for a 2-1 win.  “In close games, defense keeps you in the game, but sometimes your offense has to respond.  Ours did tonight and we keep our hopes for a second Conference Championship alive”.  McKenna Gibson had four saves in goal.

Sturgeon Bay Takes Two from Sevastopol in Varsity Baseball Action

The Sturgeon Bay Clippers scored two runs in the seventh inning to force extra innings and one in the eighth to defeat Sevastopol by the score of 4-3 in the first game of a double header. Sturgeon Bay was only able to muster five hits against Sevastopol due to the strong performance by Pioneer starting pitcher Robby Pollman. Trent Ehlers and Hunter Moore provided clutch hits for the Clippers. Ehlers delivered a two RBI single in the 7th inning to tie the score and Moore drove in Isaac Berkley with a two out RBI single in the 8th to give the Clippers the lead. Winning pitcher Isaac Berkley retired all four batters he faced and had to escape a bases loaded jam in the bottom of the seventh to gain the victory. The Clippers pounded out 13 hits in coasting to a 14-4 victory in the nightcap. Reece Nellis led the way for the Clippers with three hits and four RBI. Nellis’ efforts were supported by Ryan Jacobson, Jake Schneider and Isaac Berkley who all had multiple hits. Trent Ehlers was the winning pitcher with his complete game effort.

Packerland Conference Girls Soccer Standings

Sturgeon Bay is tied for first place in Packerland Conference girls soccer after three games. Tied with N.E.W. Lutheran, the Clippers have a one-game lead over Sevastopol-Gibraltar. Here is a look at current standings as provided by Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz: 


SCHOOL                                                       WON              LOST             TIED               POINTS

NEW Lutheran-Providence  Academy           2                      1                     0                        4

Sturgeon Bay                                                  2                      1                     0                        4    

Sevastopol-Gibraltar                                      1                      1                     0                        2

Kewaunee                                                       0                      2                     0                        0

Sturgeon Bay baseball drops a pair in Chilton

Sturgeon Bay was able to score some runs in their two games at Chilton on Saturday but they allowed big numbers in the first inning they couldn't overcome. In game one the Clippers faced off with Chilton who scored four runs in the first inning and 9 in the first three innings. Sturgeon Bay ended up falling 10-3.


In game two, Sturgeon Bay played Hilbert/Stockbridge. Again their opponent put up a big number in the first inning with 6 runs. The Clippers would make it close in the end thanks to a 3-4 day from Trent Ehlers. He had 2 doubles and 2 RBIs. Isaac Berkley also chipped in with a double. The final score was 10-6.


Sturgeon Bay will play another two games on Monday when they travel to Sevastopol for a doubleheader. Game one is scheduled for 4 PM.

Katie Frank hits a grand slam for Sturgeon Bay

There was one bright spot for Sturgeon Bay in their 16-4 loss to Algoma on Saturday. Katie Frank hit a grand slam in the fourth inning. Unfortunately for Sturgeon Bay, Algoma's offense could not be stopped on their home field.


Sturgeon Bay will head to Sevastopol for a doubleheader on Monday. Game one is scheduled for 4 PM. 

Sturgeon Bay softball loses non-conference game

Sarah Bridenhagen had two hits and drove in three runs for the Clippers on Friday against Two Rivers at home. It wasn't enough however as Sturgeon Bay fell 7-4. Two Rivers scored 4 runs in the first inning and Sturgeon Bay couldn't fully recover. The Clippers have an immediate turnaround as they host Algoma on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. 

DJ Lenius wins Hurdles races

Sturgeon Bay's DJ Lenius could not be caught in both of the hurdles races in Two Rivers on Friday. He won the 110M and 300M Hurdles barely edging Kewaunee's Nick Baumgartner in both events. Lenius led the Clipper boys to 72 team points. The girls picked up 77 points.


Lenius also finished fourth in 200M Dash and fourth in the Triple Jump. DJ Reichel was third in the 1600M Run. Calvin Meacham showed his strength by placing second in both the Shot Put and Discus. 


For the girls, Alysha Nelson and Kenzie Blau each finished in the top-five in running events. Lauren Alger and Alexa Nelson finished second and third respectively in the 100M Hurdles. Brenna Zuehlke was second in the Discus while Delaney Shortreed was fourth with her personal-best distance. Hannah Sternard placed fifth in the Triple Jump.

Sturgeon Bay scores 31 runs in softball doubleheader sweep

Runs came fast and furious for the Sturgeon Bay softball team as they swept a doubleheader from NEW Lutheran by scores of 15-4 and 16-1 Thursday.


Grace Abeyta paced the Clippers offensively in both games, going 2 for 3 with three RBI in game one and 4-4 and four RBI in the second game. Katie Frank matched her teammate, driving in seven runs across the two games. 


Erin Haese took the win for the Clippers in both games. 

Clippers split baseball doubleheader

After dropping game one of a doubleheader 6-4, the Sturgeon Bay Clippers cruised to a 16-1 victory over NEW Lutheran in the second matchup Thursday.


The Blazers were able to finish off their 3-1 advantage in a postponed game to capture the win thanks to a four-RBI day for Sam Meerstein.


The Clippers more than evened the score game two thanks to a six-run second inning and a nine-run fourth inning. Max Bordeau, Jake Schneider, and Trent Ehlers all had two RBI in the second game while Issac Berkley turned in three quality at-bats while collecting a pair of walks. Schneider also added four strikeouts in his three innings pitched.

Sturgeon Bay captures Door County Derby

It was finally a perfect day for a soccer match.  The sun was shining, the pitch was in spectacular condition and 150 fans came to watch a classic spring match-up between the Sturgeon Bay and Sevastopol/Gibraltar Girls Soccer Teams.  This match was a thriller in the first half with Sturgeon Bay (SB) opening quickly with some nice passing combinations and getting a few early looks at goal, but Sevastopol/ (S/G) countered with physical play and speed.  As the half progressed, S/G  gained momentum and found some quality shots on goal, but the SB defenders managed to keep the score tied at half 0-0.  The second half was a different story with SB finding its offensive grove resulting in several deep offensive attacks.  Captain Anna Fischer connected with mid fielder Miranda Olson’s hard cross for the first score in the 65th minute.  In the 70th minute, Captain Fischer again found a deflected shot and buried it into the goal for a 2-0 lead.  In the 80th minute, a long ball forward to Captain Madison Starr led to the final Clipper goal and a 3-0 lead.  S/G finally broke through with a direct kick in the 88th minute and avoided the shut out.


“The Coaching Staff was very proud of the team’s resiliency and determination today.  We struggled later in the first half with passing and winning 50/50 balls.  Coach Andrea had his team ready to play today and our challenge was to pick up our pace and stay committed to our offensive strategy.  We had a good half time, made a few adjustments and punched in to work for the last 45 minutes.  The offense began to mount organized attacks and the defense continued their strong, reliable performance.  Our first goal energized the entire team.  We played with more confidence and played together.  S/G is a very solid team and we will not underestimate their speed and determination in future games.  All of our Captains, Anna Fischer, Madison Starr, Georgia Feldman and Claire Tellstrom played well tonight.  Freshmen Rachel Allen and Emma Riechel got their first starting assignments of the year and played impressively.  Keeper McKenna Gibson had 10 saves.  This win keeps SB in the mix for a second Conference Title.  Next for SB, NEW at Sturgeon Bay on Thursday, May 9th.”



Sturgeon Bay doubleheader highlights baseball slate

Sturgeon Bay will complete one game and start another one in baseball action on the Door peninsula Thursday.


The Clippers were losing to NEW Lutheran 3-2 almost a month ago in the third inning when rain forced its postponement. That game start up again at 4 p.m. and will be completed before the Clippers and the Blazers play a second game.


Other area games this afternoon include Luxemburg-Casco heading to Denmark and Southern Door traveling to Mishicot for 4:30 starts.

Clipper softball falls at Oconto

Sturgeon Bay had trouble stopping Oconto from scoring on Tuesday in a 13-6 loss on the road. Sarah Bridenhagen led the Clippers at the plate, driving in 2 runs.


Sturgeon Bay has a very busy stretch of games coming up. After being off on Wednesday, the Clippers will play 7 games in 6 six days starting with a doubleheader on Thursday hosting Green Bay NEW Lutheran.

Sturgeon Bay baseball takes care of Oconto

Sturgeon Bay got a good home conference home victory on Tuesday defeating Oconto 8-3. Trent Ehlers pitched five strong innings to get the win. Ryan Jacobson picked up four hits while Max Bordeau drove in four for the Clippers.


Sturgeon Bay will take on Green Bay NEW Lutheran at home on Thursday with the first pitch coming at 5 PM.