Door County Snowmobile Trails Closed

Effective today (March 9), the Northern Section and the Southeast Section of the Door County Snowmobile Trails are now closed.  Central and Southwest Sections were already closed. Further details can be found online at http://map.co.door.wi.us/parks  

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Red Raiders Control Wolves

The Algoma girls basketball team had hopes of advancing to the State Tournament for the third straight year but that came to an end after losing to Marathon, 48-32, on Saturday afternoon in Antigo.  The Red Raiders (25-1) open the game on a 12-1 burst before the Wolves (20-5) closed to within 14-9 and the end of the quarter.  Marathon again stretched the lead to … Continue reading

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Brillion Pulls Away From Wolves

Brillion beat Algoma, 57-38, in a WIAA boys Division 4 regional final at Brillion on Saturday Night.  The Lions (20-4) led 22-16 at the half and went on a 13-1 run to start the second half to pull away.  Eliot Prokash led the Wolves (19-5) with 10 points.  Tyler Lemke scored 17 and Jacob Mathiebe added 11 for Brillion. The Lions will play Amherst at … Continue reading

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Wolves in Sectional Final

The Algoma girls basketball team will play Marathon at 1:00 in Antigo on Saturday afternoon with the winner advancing to the WIAA Girls State Basketball championships at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  The Wolves (20-4) are coming off of a thrilling 36-33 win over Shiocton on Thursday Night while the Red Raiders (24-1) cruised past Crandon 63-24.  Algoma has advanced to the State Tournament … Continue reading

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Wolves Advance to Regional Final

Algoma beat Manitowoc Lutheran, 67-48, in a WIAA boys Division 4 Regional Semi-final on Friday Night.  The Wolves (19-4) led 30-24 at the half but pulled away with a 28-12 third quarter.  Algoma was led by Andrew Gorz with 17 points while Austen Dart and Devin Kostichka added 12 each.  Brillion beat Gibraltar 74-29 in the other half of the bracket meaning the Wolves play … Continue reading

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Eagles Knocked Out of Tournament

Wrightstown beat Southern Door, 55-53, in a WIAA Division 3 Regional on Friday Night.  The Eagles led by as many as 12 points in the first half but the Tigers ended the first half on an 11-2 run to close to within 28-25 at the break and it was 43-43 after the third quarter.  After five lead changes in the fourth quarter Wrightstown led 53-51 … Continue reading

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Wolves Advance as Pierre Hits Game Winner

Algoma slipped past Shiocton, 36-33, in a girls WIAA Division 4 Sectional Semi-Final at Seymour on Thursday Night.  Linsey Pierre hit the game winning three pointer as time expired sending the Wolves to Saturday’s Sectional Final at Antigo.  Algoma (20-4) led by a game high 13 points, 29-16, at the end of the third quarter only to see the Chiefs (14-11) go on a furious fourth … Continue reading

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Eagles Host Tigers in Regional Semi-Final

Wrightstown will play at Southern Door in a WIAA boys Division 3 regional semi-final on Friday Night.  The Tigers (13-10) beat Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday while the top seeded Eagles (19-3) had a first round bye.  Southern Door beat Wrightstown 66-60 in the season opener for both teams in November.  Our coverage begins with the Jorns Chevrolet of Kewaunee pregame show at 6:45 on 93.9FM … Continue reading

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Schmidt Named All-WIAC, Selner and Richard Honored Too

Taylor Schmidt (Algoma), a sophmore guard at UW-Oshkosh, has been selected to the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball team by the league coaches.  In 16 WIAC games, Schmidt averaged 11.9 points per game. Marissa Selner (Kewaunee), a junior forward at UW-Oshkosh and Alex Richard (Kewaunee), a sophomore forward for the Titans, were Honorable Mention selections.  Selner averaged 8.9 ppg/6.4 rppg and Richard 10.1ppg/6.5rpg. UW-Oshkosh … Continue reading

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Overbeck and Kelsey are Co-MVP

Mitchell Overbeck of Southern Door and Elton Kelsey of Oconto were selected as the Packerland Conference Wrestliing Most Valuable Players.  Overbeck (45-6) finished 4th at the State Meet while Kelsey (41-4) finished in 5th place. 106- Aiden Wusterbarth, Oconto 113- Logan Walker, Southern Door 120- Cameron Hanrahan, Kewaunee 126- River Pawelski, Southern Door 132- Elton Kelsey, Oconto 138- Michael Bertrand, Southern Door 145- Brain Ozak, Oconto … Continue reading

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