Pioneers Stay in First

The Sevastopol volleyball team remains undefeated in the Packerland Conference conference with a win over Peshtigo. Sturgeon Bay, Algoma and Oconto also won their matches on Thursday Night.

Pioneers beat Peshtigo 25-12, 25-19, 21-25, 25-20
*Madi Volkman 15 kills, Alaina Schopf 10 kills, Emma Steuber 35 assists, Bailey Rikkola 34 digs

Clippers beat NEW Lutheran 25-18, 25-19, 25-10
*Hannah Sternard 27 assists/17 service points, Emma Reichel 20 digs, Cate Anderson 11 kills, Syndey Jeanquart 6 kills

Wolves beat Kewaunee 25-22, 25-12, 26-24
*Amelia Robinson 10 assists/2 aces, Ryley Zimmerman 14 digs/4 aces/2 kills, Emily Kirchman 5 blocks/5 kills, Hannah Nell 9 assists/4 kills/2 aces, MyLee Jones 6 kills/2 aces

Blue Devils beat Southern Door 25-14, 25-10, 25-17
*Bella Price 16 digs/6 kills, Kendra Shimon 8 kills, Alaina Shimon 20 assists

Luxemburg-Casco beat Clintonville 25-9, 25-11, 25-15
*Autumn Flynn 13 kills/4 aces, Campbell Onell 11 kills, Brooke Vande Hei 16 digs, Emma Johnson 34 assists

Sturgeon Bay 7
Kiel 2
*Gavin Fernandez/Robert Alas- 2 goals, Porter Gigstead/Ben Luders- goal. Alex Reeths- first career goal

Cross Country
The Sevastopol girls placed fourth in the small school division at the Bremser Invite at Mishicot on Thursday. Bea Dramm placed third and Jolene Luedtke finished 10th for the Pioneers. Hannah Morton of Kewaunee was 17th and Gibraltar’s Betsy Lecy finished 24th. In the large school division, Julia Kurek finished in 10th place and Madilyn Bevins of Lux.-Casco was 31st.

Cameron Cullen of Kewaunee won the small school boys race in a time of 16:51.96 while Christopher Cullen finished in 16th place. L-C’s Gabe Havel was 10th in the large school boys race and Jace Johnson of Sturgeon Bay was the Clippers top runner.

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