Sturgeon Bay’s boys soccer team will host a WIAA Division 4 regional championship game Saturday at 7 pm after winning its semifinal game.
The No. 2-seeded Clippers opened tournament play at home Thursday when they shut out No. 15-seeded St. Lawrence Seminary, 5-0.
Benjamin Hooker scored four of Sturgeon Bay’s goals, with the only goal coming from Isaac Schulz. Aldo Rangel, Porter Gigstead and Gavin Fernandez were credited with assists.
The Clippers will play for the regional title against No. 7-seeded Wrightstown, which won its semifinal game 2-0 on Thursday against No. 10-seeded Algoma. The regional champion advances to the sectional semifinals on Oct. 27.
Door County’s other boys soccer team, No. 12-seeded Gibraltar/Sevastopol, saw its season come to an end Thursday when the Vikineers lost 2-0 in the regional semifinals to No. 5-seeded Winnebago Lutheran Academy.