Sturgeon Bay plays at Kewaunee Friday night in a key Olympian/Packerland Large Conference football game. Both teams share identical (3-2) records. While it appears that the Storms’ reign at the top of the league will end this year because of losses to Brillion and Wrightstown, Kewaunee has shown that it can still run and pass the ball equally well on offense. But Sturgeon Bay coach Gary Rabach thinks his team has to focus on one thing tonight….
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Like Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay needs two wins in the last four games to become playoff eligible. After some early season struggles, the Clippers have won three straight games. Coach Rabach and his players feel good about the game tonight….
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We’ll have more from coach Rabach and Kewaunee’s Kurt Flaten tonight….coverage begins at 6:40 with the Witt Ford Lincoln pregame coaches corner show, kickoff is 7:00 tonight on WDOR.
O/P Large Schedule O/P Small
Chilton at Southern Door Sevastopol at Hilbert
Valders at Oconto SMC at Gibraltar
Wrightstown (5-0) at Brillion (5-0) Algoma at NEW Lutheran
Mishicot at Roncalli (Saturday) Reedsville at Manitowoc Lutheran
Bay Conference– Marinette at Luxemburg-Casco