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Sturgeon Bay High School Archives for 2020-03

Sturgeon Bay's Tebon commits to Ripon for basketball

Sturgeon Bay Clipper Gunnar Tebon has committed to Ripon College.  The 6'1" senior guard led the Clippers in scoring this year with a 22.2 average.  He also dished out 4.6 assists and was second on the team with 6.3 rebound.  The Division 3 Ripon Redhawks play in the Midwest Conference.  Tebon led a Sturgeon Bay Clipper team that went 15-9 overall and finished in third place in the Packerland Conference with a 13-3 record. 


(Tebon, second from left in picture)

Culver's Student-Athlete of the Game: Sarah Bridenhagen

Sturgeon Bay's Sarah Bridenhagen hopes February 25th was not the last time she gets to wear the red and white of the Clippers.


That's when the All-Packerland Conference selection saw her basketball season end, a 61-53 loss to Campbellsport. Bridenhagen led the Clippers in scoring that night with 21 points, which was seven points more than her season average. Bridenhagen was also standout golfer for the Clippers, post several under-par performances. The highlight of the basketball season for Bridenhagen actually started with a loss.

The Culver's Student-Athlete of the Week hopes to play softball sometime this spring. If she does not get the opportunity, she will be hitting the hardwood and possibly the links again for Wisconsin Lutheran this fall.


You can listen to the full interview with Sarah online with this story.



Packerland Conference cancels first three weeks of its season

For the second time in three seasons, the Packerland Conference slate will be slashed for reason outside of their control.


According to Sturgeon Bay Athletic Director Todd  Meikle, the Packerland Conference will

postpone all high school scheduled games at the end of April and cancel the first 3 weeks of the conference season. The schedule change is because the coronavirus outbreak forced Governor Tony Evers to issue a Safer at Home order which closed schools until at least the end of April. It is likely the most competitions wiped out since an early spring blizzard postponed or canceled the bulk of the seasons for track, boys golf, girls soccer, baseball, and softball.

Clippers' skiing past lost to history

Without an old yearbook, the stories of the WIAA's skiing history involving Sturgeon Bay is lost to the ages.


Skiing was added to the WIAA in the 1950s, but has since gone the way of curling, boys gymnastics, and summer baseball. Skiing in particular only lasted until 1975 with only eight different schools winning state titles since the sport was officially recognized in 1958. Wausau won the first four championships, but it was Sturgeon Bay winning titles in 1968 and 1971. 


Searches online do not register this brief time in history, but please email us pictures and stories from this time to

Sturgeon Bay football looks to fill out schedule

The Sturgeon Bay football team is looking for a few more games to make its schedule complete.


A late audible forced the Clippers to make a late switch to eight-man football and were only able to schedule four games. The Clippers went winless in 2019, but did outscore their opponents in the fourth quarter 32-15. The preliminary schedule still has the Clippers short a few games for a complete season.


Friday, Aug 21, 2020

Scrimmage 11:00AM Away vs. Sevastopol Sevastopol High School     

Friday, Aug 28, 2020

Non-Conference 7:00PM Away vs. Oakfield Oakfield High School     

Friday, Sep 4, 2020

Non-Conference 7:00PM St. Mary Catholic Sturgeon Bay High School
Memorial Field     

Friday, Sep 11, 2020

Non-Conference 7:00PM Williams Bay Sturgeon Bay High School
Memorial Field     

Friday, Oct 2, 2020

Non-Conference 7:00PM Away vs. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School     

Friday, Oct 9, 2020

Game 7:00PM Away vs. Belmont Belmont High School     

Friday, Oct 16, 2020

Non-Conference 5:30PM Away vs. Wisconsin Heights MS/HS Wisconsin Heights High School     

Sturgeon Bay edges New Holstein to advance

The Sturgeon Bay High School boys’ basketball team won a tight contest Tuesday night against New Holstein, 69-61. Gunnar Tebon led the way with 24 points, scoring consistently in both halves. The Clippers led by a mere point at halftime, though, and Tebon needed help to secure the win. Jake Schneider netted 14 second half points to provide that support. Alex Baackes led New Holstein with 22 points. The difference in the game came at the free throw line. Sturgeon Bay got to the charity stripe 33 times, converting 25 of those attempts. New Holstein finished 12-15 in free throws.

The Clippers are the sixth seed and will face off against (3) Chilton in the second round Friday at 7 PM.