Wolves, Clippers Win Again

Algoma and Sturgeon Bay won Packerland Conference volleyball matches on Tuesday.

Wolves beat Gibraltar 25-19, 17-25, 25-16, 25-22
*MyLee Jones 19 kills/18 digs/3 aces; Rylee Zimmerman 28 digs/16 kills; Hannah Nell 35 assists/2 aces; Dallas Thompson 6 digs/5 aces; Olivia Cabino 26 digs/29 receptions

Clippers beat Kewaunee 9-25, 25-21, 25-12, 25-18

NEW Lutheran beat Southern Door 25-20, 25-19, 25-20
*Sophia Counard 12 digs; Bella Price 12 digs/6 kills; Ashlyn Delfosse 8 assists; Paige Olson 4 aces

Luxemburg-Casco beat Freedom 25-20, 25-14, 25-16
*Payton Kaminski 21 digs/3 aces; Aubrey Frey 10 kills/10 digs; Jacinda Bennett 9 kills/3 blocks; Miranda Schmidt 8 kills; Alayna Deprez 37 assists/15 digs

Packerland Conference Standings
Sturgeon Bay 4-0
Algoma 4-0
Sevastopol 2-0
Southern Door 2-2
NEW Lutheran 2-2
Kewaunee 1-2
Gibraltar 0-3
Oconto 0-3
Peshtigo 0-3

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Clippers, United Win

Sturgeon Bay beat Kewaunee, 8-0, in a Packerland Conference soccer match on Monday. Aldo Rangel scored 4 goals for the the Clippers, while Ben Stephens, Kayden Klotz, Will Estes and Taylor Laughlin all added goals in the win.

Gibraltar/Sevastopol 3
Algoma 1
*Goals by Damian Lardinois, Zaul Valdivia, Christian Ruiz

The DCU girls high school swim beat Marinette on Thursday and took second at the Plymouth Panther Invite on Saturday. The team continues to remain undefeated in the Bay Conference for the season. Dancia Neville took 1st place in the 100 yard breaststroke and had a 4th place finish in the 200 yard individual medley and Cassie Rankin finished 1st overall at the Panther Invite in the 200 yard freestyle and 3rd overall in the 500 yard freestyle. The remaining seniors on the team also had success including Natalia Michalski’s finishes in the 50 yard freestyle and 100 yard freestyle.

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Clippers Win on Homecoming Night

Sturgeon Bay beat Oconto, 20-6, in a Packerland Conference football game at Memorial Field. The Clippers (3-1, 4-2) led 13-0 at the half as Danny Lodl threw first half touchdowns to Kordell Anderson and Bryce Plzak. The Blue Devils (2-2, 3-3) scored on their first series of the second half but Lodl found Plzak with a 71 yard td pass to take a 20-6 lead with 7:56 to play. Sturgeon Bay will play at unbeaten Kewaunee next Friday.

Here’s the WDOR Playback…

Southern Door 56
Peshtigo 0

Kewaunee 47
Mishicot 6

Bonduel 28
Marinette 7

Luxemburg-Casco 24
Freedom 14

8 Player
Gibraltar 48
Gillett 19

Wausaukee 38
Sevastopol 30

Lena/St Thomas Aquinas 48
Algoma 20

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Football Week 6

Sturgeon Bay will host Oconto in a critical Packerland Conference matchup at Memorial Field. The Blue Devils (2-1, 3-2) are led by running backs Kyle Bowman (408 yards/6 td) and Dominic Caylor (400 yards/6 td) and are coming off of a win over Mishicot. The Clippers have relied heavily on the passing game as Danny Lodl (1,290 yards/15 td) found receivers Bryce Plzak (34/475 yards/9 td) Patrick Haese (24/373 yards/3 td) and Kordell Anderson (15/318/3 td) for first half scores in their win over Peshtigo. Our coverage begins with the Jorns Chevrolet of Kewaunee pregame show on 93.9FM / wdor.com

Southern Door at Peshtigo
Kewaunee at Mishicot
Marinette at Bonduel
Luxemburg-Casco at Freedom

Gibraltar at Gillett
Wausaukee at Sevastopol
Algoma at Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas

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Clippers Blank Bulldogs

The Sturgeon Bay soccer team beat Peshtigo, 3-0, at Clark Field on Thursday. Ethan DeNamur and Carter Schultz scored first half goals while Zach Olson added a second half goal for the conference leading Clippers.

NEW Lutheran 2
Gibraltar/Sevastopol 1
*Tino Valdivia

Cross Country at Mishicot
Sevastopol finished 12 points behind Cedar Grove-Belgium in the Small School Division at the Jim Bremser Invite on Thursday. Bea Dramm and Naomi Rikkola finished 5th and 6th to lead the Pioneers while Shylee Asher, Libby Ash and Katie Spude finished in the top 27. Hannah Miller (Kewaunee) won the race with Emma Bousley (Southern Door) in 5th place. In the Large School Division, Sturgeon Bay’s Julia Kurek finished in 3rd place and Claire DuChateau (Lux Casco) placed 10th.

In the boys Small School Division, Christopher Cullen (Kewaunee) was second and Ben Grota (Southern Door) was 4th.

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Volleyball Results

Sturgeon Bay, Algoma and Sevastopol stayed undefeated in the Packerland Conference after matches played on Thursday.

Clippers beat NEW Lutheran 25-18, 25-10, 25-23
*Nida Zukauskaite 10 kills/5 digs/4 aces; Stevie Routhieaux 7 kills/6 digs/6 aces; Milan Eliyha 18 assists/3 digs; Chloe Maccoux 10 digs/5 assists; Ellie Starr 6 kills

Algoma beat Kewaunee 25-15, 25-22, 25-13
*Rylee Zimmerman 12 Kills/12 Digs/3 Aces; MyLee Jones 11 Kills/14 Digs/3 Aces; Chloe Robertson 4 Kills/5 Digs; Hannah Nell 27 Assists/3 Kills/2 Aces; Olivia Cabino 9 Digs/14 Receptions

Southern Door beat Oconto 15-25, 29-27; 28-26; 25-20
*Bella Price 9 kills/18 digs; Paige Olson 11 kills; Alanah Kaye 4 aces/5 kills/12 digs; Ashlyn Delfosse 20 assists/4 aces; Audrey Plzak 10 assists; Sophia Coundard: 13 digs

Pioneers beat Peshtigo 16-25, 25-11, 25-8, 25-20

Luxemburg-Casco beat Wrightstown 25-8, 22-25, 25-21, 25-12
*Alayna Deprez 39 assists/19 digs; Jillian Jorgensen 11 kills; Isabel Baudhuin11 kills; Jacinda Bennett 11 kills; Payton Kaminski 25 digs

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“Muse” Groundbreaking Ceremony

Wednesday morning a large crowd witnessed the groundbreaking ceremony for the “Muse” building in downtown Sturgeon Bay. This building will house the “Muse” music school and performance venue, while also adding more affordable housing opportunity in the downtown area. Executive Director Kaira Rouer commented on how it will meet multiple needs in the community…………..

Building Contractor Craig Cornell spoke about the special cooperation of community members and project coordinators helping to bring this important new addition to 3rd Avenue. Mayor David Ward spoke about the value this project will bring to the city and how a tax incremental financing district helped revitalize the property. Then Artistic Director Dave Utzinger shared how “Muse” will benefit the community………..

The “Muse” organizers and project managers then collectively broke ground with their shovels to the applause of the crowd. Construction on that site will continue through the winter and their goal is to have the building completed by this coming May.

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First Steel Cutting at Fincantieri Bay Ship

This last January, Fincantieri Marine Group secured a contract with a company called “Crest Wind” to build a 288-foot service operation vessel (or “SOV”) To support and maintain offshore wind farms in virginia. Wednesday morning was the “first steel cutting” ceremony at Bay Shipbuilding, the first tangible step of the construction process. This moment marks the transition from drawings and plans to creating the actual ship with steel, and it celebrates the hard work that has gone into the design of the ship. Bay Ship Vice President & General Manager Jan Allman shared the importance of the forthcoming vessel…………

Crest Wind Project Manager Raymond Martus then expressed his thanks to all the Bay Ship workers who will now build this ship which will help bring us into the future of sustainable energy sources………..

Then Josh Bennett of the Dominion Energry wind farm spoke about the wind turbines the ship will service, and he shared his excitement to put the vessel to work………….

The project managers then stood at the control panel for the steel cutting machine, pressed the start button, and the cutting commenced. The “HAV – 832” service operation vessel is scheduled to go into service in 2026.

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Clippers pass past Bulldogs

Sturgeon Bay threw five touchdown passes in a 36-2 win over Bonduel on Friday Night at Memorial Field. The Clippers (2-1, 3-2) led 22-0 at the half as Danny Lodl threw first half touchdowns to Bryce Plzak, Kordell Anderson and Patrick Haese. Caleb Plzak threw second half touchdown passes to Dominic Robertson and Bryce Plzak as the Clippers won on senior night.

Here’s the WDOR Playback…

Southern Door 54
Marinette 14

Kewaunee 42
Bonduel 7

Oconto 32
Mishicot 20

Luxemburg-Casco 35
Little Chute 14

Gibraltar 53
Wausaukee 22

Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran 39
Sevastopol 6

Algoma 54
Gillett 37

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Volleyball Results

Southern Door and Algoma were winners of Packerland Conference volleyball matches on Thursday.

Eagles beat Peshtigo 26-24, 25-22, 25-27, 26-24
*Bella Price 14 kills/13 digs; Paige Olson 12 kills; Ashlyn Delfosse 23 assists; Audrey Plzak 14 assists/6 aces; Sophia Counard 27 digs

Wolves beat NEW Lutheran 25-21, 19-25, 25-19, 20-25, 15-12
*Ryley Zimmerman 14 kills/6 aces/13 digs/27 receptions; MyLee Jones 13 kills/2 aces/13 digs, 8 receptions; Hannah Nell  27 assists, 5 aces, 2 kills; Olivia Cabino 11 digs/1 aces/15 receptions

Kewaunee beat Gibraltar 25-19, 25-17, 25-21

Sturgeon Bay 5
Gibraltar/Sevastopol 0
*goals by Jackson Starr, Zach Olson, Kemal Weinke, Zone Weinke, Ben Stephens

Cross Country
Sturgeon Bay’s Julia Kurek and Claire DuChateau (Lux-Casco) finished first and second at the Bob Burzynski Invite at Valders. Plymouth won the team title followed by Luxemburg-Casco while the Clippers were 7th. The L-C boys were third with Kyan Lynts finishing 5th overall.

The DCU girls swim team remains undefeated in conference matchups with their win over Clintonville, 126-27 on Thursday. Caitlyn Hasenjager was 1st overall in the 100 yard fly with a time of 1:11.71 and 2nd in the 50 yard freestyle. Isabella Jimenez Seyfer won the 100 yard freestyle with a time of 1:00.69. DCU finished 1st and 2nd in the 200 yard freestyle relay with the A relay (Isabella Jimenez Seyfer, Chloe Bissen, Aurora Breci and Cassie Rankin finishing in 1:54.78 and the B relay (Caitlyn Hasenjager, Hannah Schley, Natalia Michalski and Danica Neville finishing in 2:00.10. The team will travel to Sheboygan North for an invitational on Saturday..

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