Fischer, Starr lift Clippers to soccer win

Anna Fischer scored a pair of goals and Madison Starr added a goal to lift Sturgeon Bay to a 3-1 win over Sevastopol/Gibraltar in a Packerland Conference girls soccer match Thursday.

After a scoreless first half Fischer scored in the 65th minute on an assist from Miranda Olson. Fischer scored again in the 70th minute and Starr finished off the scoring in the 80th minute. McKenna Gibson made 10 saves.

Sevastopol/ Gibraltar sophomore Chilina Cuellar scored on an assist from senior Kayla Copiskey.

“The Coaching Staff was very proud of the team’s resiliency and determination today,” Sturgeon Bay coach Bob Desotelle said. “[Sevastopol/Gibrlatar] coach Andreae 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.”

Sturgeon Bay hosts Green Bay NEW Lutheran Thursday.


Sturgeon Bay swept Green Bay NEW Lutheran 15-4 and 16-1 in Packerland Conference softball action Thursday.

Gracee Abeyta had two hits and three RBIs in the first game.  Alexis McCarthy drove in five runs and Katie Frank added three RBIs. Winning pitcher Erin Haese allowed six hits and struck out five batters.

In the second game Abeyta was 4 for 4 with four RBIs. Frank had a pair of hits and four RBIs and Koko Hartzell and Jaiden Adams each had two RBIs. Haese allowed one earned run and two hits.

In other Packerland Conference action Algoma stopped Sevastopol 10-0 in six innings.

Sevastopol’s Abby Hocevar and Sasha Laaksonen both went 1 for 2. Allison Daubner allowed four earned runs.


Sturgeon Bay split a Packerland Conference baseball doubleheader against Green Bay NEW Lutheran Thursday, losing the first game 6-4 and winning the second game 16-1.

In the completion of a suspended game in the opener, Max Bordeau hit a two-run home run and Andrew Barbajal added a pair of hits for the Clippers.

Multiple hit performances from Trent Ehlers, Bordeau and Reece Nellis highlighted the second game. Jake Schneider pitched three scoreless innings and Anthony Jannerjohn pitched the final two innings.