Pioneers Can’t Overcome Turnovers
The Sevastopol football team dropped to 0-2 as they lost to Suring Thursday night at Sturgeon Bay, 34-6. The Pioneers lost four fumbles and threw three interceptions and saw the Eagles score 34 unanswered points. Sevastopol led 6-0 with 5:11 to play in the opening quarter as Jack de Young threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Frankie Ash. Suring tied the game on a 4-yard … Continue reading
Pioneers Play Tonight On WDOR
Sevastopol will take on Suring in 8-player football tonight on 93.9 FM WDOR and online at wdor.com. Due to construction at Sevastopol’s football field, tonight’s game will be played at Memorial Field in Sturgeon Bay. Both teams fell in their season opener as the Pioneers lost last Friday at Wausaukee 30-6 while Suring lost to Lena / Saint Thomas Aquinas, 32-6. Coverage begins with the … Continue reading
Southern Door Eliminated
Fifth seeded Mishicot upset top seeded Southern Door in a WIAA Division 3 Regional semifinal Tuesday, 2-0. Mishicot (7-12) used a pair of walks and a two-out error in both the third and fifth innings to score their runs. Kolton Tesarik tossed seven shutout innings for the win. The senior right hander has now tossed 14 scoreless innings in two postseason outings. Tesarik scattered five … Continue reading
Luxemburg-Casco Moves On
The WIAA Baseball Tournament opened Thursday and Luxemburg-Casco beat Sturgeon Bay in a Division 2 Regional, 9-0. After four scoreless innings, the Spartans scored three times in the bottom of the fifth. Ryan Routhieaux led off with a bunt single. After a stolen base and a sacrifice bunt, Tanner Alsteen had an RBI single. Jack Kinnard followed with a bloop double to score Alsteen and … Continue reading
Thursday Sports Results
The Sevastopol boys and girls teams won a cross country triangular on Thursday. Pioneer runners Olivia Stenzel and Jolene Luedtke finished frist and second in the girls race while Southern Door’s Brooke Strege and Sonya Wienke placed 5th and 6th. Bailey Hendrickson of Sevastopol won the boys race with teammates Scott Andreae and Noah Tomazsewski finishing fifth and sixth while Southern Door’s top runners were … Continue reading
Pioneers Move Volleyball Season
Sevastopol is moving their volleyball season to the spring as Athletic Director Brooke Tanck explains…. As of Friday morning, Southern Door and Algoma have also moved to the Alternate Spring Season. Practice for a six week regular season can begin on February 22nd.
Packerland Conference Approves Alternate Competition Metric
The Packerland Conference Principals approved an Alternate Competition Metric on Friday with each school district reserving the right to postpone or suspend competition. This new competition matrix using a green, yellow, red current quarantine rating for athletic program participants and high school population to determine if competition and/or spectators will be allowed. This decision is expected to allow games to begin next week for those … Continue reading
Good News for Sports Teams?
There seemed to be a bit of good news for high school sports teams in Door County on Wednesday. The risk level set by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is now listed at “Medium.” Southern Door athletic and activities director Korey Mallien says that means that games could be allowed….. The Packerland Conference has a rule that schools can only play league opponents from … Continue reading
Reopening of Sports?
Principals from all nine Packerland Conference schools have been holding meetings recently and have released their plan regarding the reopening of school sports and youth athletic opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Algoma Superintendent and Principal Nick Cochart is the current President of the Packerland Conference, and he talks about what they are trying to accomplish…. Cochart says that the communication between coaches, students, parents and … Continue reading
Scholar Athlete Award Winners
The Packerland Conference has announced the 2019-20 scholar athlete awards. League principals may nominate 4 (2 boys/2 girls) student athletes, cheerleaders, pom/dance squad members, student trainers and managers. Each nominee must be a second semester senior, have earned at least four varsity letters and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 compiled in accordance with the WIAA Scholar Athlete formula. Sturgeon BayAdison … Continue reading