Eagles Blank Bulldogs for Homecoming

Southern Door had a happy Homecoming on the football field Friday when the Eagles shut out the Peshtigo Bulldogs, 40-0.

Zack Lynch, who ran for four touchdowns, accounted for 147 of Southern Door’s 202 rushing yards.

Eagles quarterback Drew Daoust completed five of 14 passes for 85 yards, with his two scoring strikes going to Jared Hawkey and Jack Peterson for 11 and 35 yards, respectively.

Southern Door, which led 21-0 after two quarters, also had penalties nullifying a pair of apparent touchdowns before halftime.

The Eagles, who remain undefeated at 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the Packerland Conference, return to action Sept. 30 at Oconto.

Southern Door’s Zack Lynch (23) runs with the football in Friday’s Homecoming game against Peshtigo. Photo by Kevin Boneske.

Clippers Clobber Oconto

Sturgeon Bay surpassed the half-century mark on the scoreboard Friday when the Clippers won at Oconto, 51-31.

Of Sturgeon Bay’s seven touchdowns, Danny Lodl threw for three of them, completing 14 of 18 passes for 257 yards, with two scoring strikes going to Bryce Plzak and another to Kaden Lettie. Plzak caught eight passes for 156 yards.

The Clippers added rushing touchdowns from David Zuehlke, Braylon LaRoche and Dominic Tristani, while Kordell Anderson ran a kickoff back for a score.

Up next for Sturgeon Bay (4-2, 3-1) is a home game Sept. 30 against Packerland co-leader Kewaunee.

Vikings Trounce Tigers

Gibraltar scored early and often Friday when the Vikings remained undefeated in eight-player football with a 62-8 home victory over the Gillett Tigers.

Brady Kita had his hand in six of Gibraltar’s nine touchdowns by running for three scores from 54, 53 and 50 yards away and completing three touchdown passes, two going to Will Friedenfels for 70 and 61 yards and another 30-yard scoring strike caught by William Lecy.

The Vikings, who led 48-0 at halftime, got their other three touchdowns on runs by Hayden Reetz from a yard out and Giuseppe
Mercier from three yards away, along with Braden Sitte intercepting a pass for a score.

Gibraltar outgained Gillett in total offense, 473-152 yards.

The Vikings, who improved to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the Peninsula Conference, next play for sole possession of first in the league with a road game against conference co-leader Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas.

Pioneers Downed by Rangers

Sevastopol was the only Door County high football team to taste defeat Friday when the Pioneers lost at Wausaukee, 54-14.

Atlee Manson, who led Sevastopol in rushing with 110 yards on 14 carries, got almost half of that yardage running 53 yards for a second-quarter touchdown.

The Pioneers, who trailed 32-8 at halftime, recorded their only other touchdown in the fourth quarter on an 11-yard pass from Logan Schuh to Aiden Isaksen.

Sevastopol quarterback Frankie de Young completed 11 of 24 passes for 97 yards with an interception. 

Logan Retzlaff led the Pioneers in receiving with eight catches for 71 yards.

Sevastopol (2-3, 2-2) next hosts Suring on Sept. 30 for Homecoming.


Kewaunee 4-0

Southern Door 4-0

Sturgeon Bay 3-1

Bonduel 2-2

Mishicot 2-2

Oconto 1-3

Marinette 0-4

Peshtigo 0-4


Gibraltar 4-0

Lena/St.Thomas Aquinas 4-0

Algoma 2-2

Sevastopol 2-2

Suring 2-2

Wausaukee 2-2

Gillett 0-4

Oneida/NEW Lutheran 0-4