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  • Eagles’ Head Football Coach Leaving for Preble

    Southern Door’s head football coach and athletic/activities is leaving the district after two years. The district’s school board on Monday accepted the resignation of Mark Jonas, effective at the start of the 2024-25 school year. Jonas, a longtime football coach who was inducted in 2022 into the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame, confirmed […]

  • Viking Boys Seeded No. 12, Pioneers No. 14 in D5

    Both the Gibraltar and Sevastopol boys basketball teams will be on the road Feb. 27 when they open their respective WIAA Division 5 regional tournaments with quarterfinal games. The No. 12-seeded Vikings play at No. 5-seeded Florence. The winner will advance to the March 1 semifinal game against the winner between No. 4-seeded Niagara and […]

  • Boys Basketball: Pioneers Beaten by Blazers

    Sevastopol’s boys basketball team trailed 44-15 at halftime Friday and ended up losing at home in Packerland Conference action to NEW Lutheran, 79-51. Oliver Mathews led the Pioneers with 20 points, which included six threes. Norman Luedtke added 11 points. Sevastopol, which dropped to 0-14 in the conference and 2-19 overall, closes out the regular […]

  • Boys Basketball: Eagles Seeded No. 2 in D3

    Southern Door’s boys basketball team has received a No. 2 seed and an opening-round bye in its WIAA Division 3 regional tournament. The Eagles will open the tournament at home with a semifinal game March 1 against the winner of the Feb. 27 quarterfinal game between No. 7-seeded Peshtigo and No. 10 seeded Oconto Falls.  […]

  • Boys Basketball: Clippers Sail Past Vikings

    Sturgeon Bay’s boys basketball team jumped out to a 40-29 halftime lead Friday and went on to win in Packerland Conference action at Gibraltar, 87-68. The Clippers had four players score in double figures led by Garrett Ulberg with 23 points. Calvin Richard added 19 points, Jackson Starr scored 11 and Hayden Tracy put in […]

  • SB/S’s Tiani LeMieux Qualifies for State

    Sturgeon Bay/Sevastopol sophomore girls wrestler Tiani LeMieux is returning to the WIAA state wrestling tournament for the second year in a row. At Saturday’s Division 2 sectional at Oconto Falls, LeMieux placed first at 138 pounds to advance to the individual state meet that begins Thursday at the Kohl Center in Madison. She enters the […]

  • Eagle Wrestlers Qualify 3 Girls, 1 Boy for State

    Southern Door has qualified four wrestlers – three girls and one boy – for the WIAA state wrestling tournament following Saturday’s Division 3 sectional at Shawano. Nora LeFevre (114), Sydney Turner (126) and Hailey Veeser (152) won their respectively weight divisions for the girls, while Mason Motquin (132) finished third in the boys division to […]

  • DCU’s Jack Monfils in Top 10 at State

    Door County United (DCU) sophomore boys swimmer Jack Monfils recorded the team’s only top-10 finish at Friday’s WIAA Division 2 state meet at Waukesha South High School.  Monfils placed ninth in the 200-yard individual medley (2:00.86) and 11th in the 100 breaststroke (1:02.17). He also joined seniors Ezra Linnan and Logan Filar and freshman Luke […]

  • Boys Basketball: Eagles Clinch Packerland Title

    Southern Door’s boys basketball team clinched the top spot in the Packerland Conference at home Friday night on the power of its outside shooting. The Eagles sank 16 three-pointers as they defeated the league’s second-place team, Kewaunee, 82-61. Unlike when the two teams faced each other for their first matchup of the season Jan. 18 […]

  • Girls Hoops: Eagles End Up Sixth in Packerland

    Southern Door’s girls basketball team closed out its regular-season schedule Thursday by losing at home to Oconto, 58-40. Sophia Counard led the Eagles with 12 points. Ashlyn Delfosse added nine points, with Payton Gilbertson scoring eight more. Southern Door, which placed sixth in the Packerland Conference at 6-10 and is 8-16 overall, opens the WIAA […]

  • Clipper Girls Fall in Regular-season Finale

    Sturgeon Bay’s girls basketball team trailed 19-12 at halftime Thursday and ended up losing its regular-season finale at home to NEW Lutheran, 41-28. Dasha Yeltysheva led the Clippers with 16 points. The Blazers were led by Ingrid Beaumont with 16 points. Sturgeon Bay, which finished eighth in the Packerland Conference at 2-14 and is 4-18 […]

  • Girls Basketball: Pioneers Share Packerland Title

    Sevastopol’s girls basketball team has won a Packerland Conference title for the second season in a row, but this year the team is sharing the top spot. The Pioneers closed out their regular-season schedule Thursday with a 53-29 home victory over the league’s cellar dweller, Peshtigo.  Kayla Ranly led Sevastopol with a game-high 21 points, […]

  • Boys Basketball: Pioneers Pounded by Storm

    Sevastopol’s boys basketball team remained winless in the Packerland Conference after losing at home Tuesday to the league’s second-place team, Kewaunee, 82-34. Frankie de Young led the Pioneers with eight points. The Storm was led by Thomas Stangel with 24 points. Sevastopol, which dropped to 0-13 in the conference and 3-18 overall, next plays a […]

  • Boys Basketball: Clippers Down Wolves

    Sturgeon Bay’s boys basketball team won at home Tuesday in Packerland Conference action against Algoma, 54-43. Jackson Starr led three Clipper players in double figures with 17 points, followed by Gannon Evers with 13 points and Danny Lodl with 10 more. The Wolves were led by Parker Lischka with a game-high 21 points. Sturgeon Bay, […]

  • Boys Basketball: Eagles Fly Past Vikings

    Southern Door’s boys basketball team remained undefeated in the Packerland Conference after winning at home Tuesday over Gibraltar, 79-51. The Eagles, who led 53-22 at halftime, had four players end up scoring in double figures. Drew Daoust recorded a game-high 27 points. Caden Pierre and Lauden Berg added 14 points apiece. Matthew Malvitz scored 10 […]

  • Girls Basketball: Vikings Devoured by Wolves

    After falling behind by nine points at halftime Monday, Gibraltar’s girls basketball team ended up losing at home in Packerland Conference action against Algoma 55-33. Andie Schar led the Vikings with 11 points. Mikala Gorham added nine points. The Wolves were led by Ryley Zimmerman with 18 points, which included four threes. Therese Gerdman added […]

  • Girls Basketball: Clippers Swamped by Storm

    Sturgeon Bay’s girls basketball team scored only five first-half points Monday and ended up losing in Packerland Conference action at Kewaunee, 53-14. Dasha Yeltysheva led the Clippers with six points. The Storm was led by Jade Kroll with 20 points. Brianna Demmin added 18 points. Sturgeon Bay, which dropped to 2-13 in the conference and […]

  • Pioneers Down Blue Devils, Stay Atop Packerland

    Sevastopol’s girls basketball team pulled within one win of repeating as the Packerland Conference champion on Monday after defeating one of the two teams it was tied with for the league lead.  Trailing 12-5 with 12:28 left in the first half, the Pioneers called timeout to regroup and then in nearly a seven-minute span outscored […]

  • Boys Basketball: Pioneers Beat Wabeno/Laona

    Sevastopol’s boys basketball team snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday afternoon in Oshkosh with a 60-49 non-conference victory over Wabeno/Laona. The Pioneers, who led 26-19 at halftime, had three players end up in double figures. Damien Lardinois scored 14 points, followed by Frankie de Young with 12 points and Chase Haberli scoring 11 more. Sevastopol, […]

  • Pioneer Girls Beat Blazers, Wabeno/Laona

    Sevastopol’s girls basketball team is now on a six-game winning streak after recording a pair of victories over the weekend. The Pioneers won their Packerland Conference game at home Friday against NEW Lutheran 53-32. Kayla Ranly led Sevastopol with 15 points. Libby Ash added 11 points.  Both players made three three-pointers.  On Saturday afternoon, the […]