After three years as head football coach at Sturgeon Bay, Greg Freiherr has resigned. The Clippers made the WIAA playoffs after the 2012 season and picked up a playoff win over then defending State Champion Wrightstown. But the win over the Tigers would be the last for Sturgeon Bay as the Clippers currently have a 19 game losing streak. We asked Coach Freiherr on what he … Continue reading
The 2015 Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship is scheduled for September 17-20 in Sturgeon Bay. Dave Precht, VP of communications with B.A.S.S., says that the tournament is only open to the top 50 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers at the end of the 2015 season. Todd Trimberger, local coordinator for the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center, says that the fishermen will launch at Sawyer Park but … Continue reading
Southern Door’s Acacia Tupa signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball at UW-Green Bay on Wednesday. We asked her why she chose Green Bay… Tupa becomes the first softball player from Southern Door to earn a Division 1 scholarship. Eagles coach Pat Delcore said that “on an individual basis this is about as big as it gets” and added they Tupa is always … Continue reading
Sturgeon Bay’s Reid Stevenson has been named to the Horizon League All-Freshman team. In his first season at UW-Milwaukee, Stevenson had 5 goals and an assist. The Panthers lost to Wright State 1-0 in the first round of the Horizon League Tournament in Dayton, Ohio on Monday and finished the season with a (6-10-3) record.
DNR District Wildlife Director Jeff Pritzl was our guest on Door County Outdoors on Saturday. He talked about the deer herd in Door County and some of the rule changes for the 2014 season. Pritzl says that the DNR would like to see the antlerless harvest numbers increase in Door County… He added that the opportunity to procure a year’s worth of red meat supply … Continue reading
Sturgeon Bay’s Katie Kaminski has qualified for the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships in two individual events. The sophomore placed 3rd in the 500 yard freestyle and 4th in the 200 yard individual medley. The Clippers finished in 5th place at the Plymouth Sectional. The Division 2 Finals are Friday Night (6:30) at the UW Natatorium in Madison.
Ben Sealey of Algoma has been selected as the defensive player of the year in the Olympian/Packerland Small Conference while Elliot Ebert of Reedsville is the offensive player of the year. Algoma coach Wade Vandervest is the coach of the year. 1st team Offense Quarterback- Alex Dellis, Algoma Running Back- Andrew Gorz, Algoma*, Elliott Ebert, Reedsville*; Adam Mader, Hilbert Split End- Eliot Prokash, Algoma*; Tanner … Continue reading