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
New AD at Sevastopol
Sevastopol will have a new Athletic Director as Brooke Tanck has been hired by the district. Navigating through the Covid-19 pandemic tops the list of year one concerns for all Athletic Directors as Tanck explains….. Sevastopol is planning for a full sports schedule beginning in August for football, cross country, volleyball and soccer, but Tanck realizes that there are no guarantees….. Brooke Tanck is a … Continue reading
Eagles Hire Vandenbush
Southern Door has announced that Josh Vandenbush has been hired as boys varsity basketball coach. Vandenbush has been an assistant in the Eagles program for the last six years and has seen the program have plenty of success…. Vandenbush, a graduate of Luxemburg-Casco, is an elementary physical education teacher at Southern Door.
Greisen hired at West De Pere
Chris Greisen has been hired as the head football coach at West De Pere. Greisen, who has been an assistant at Notre Dame Academy and Freedom most recently, says that he is excited for the opportunity…. The Phantoms have a combined record of (24-2) the last two years and rushed for over 4,000 yards as a team in 2019—but Greisen, a former quarterback, says he … Continue reading
Spring Sports Facing Uncertain Future
Practice for the high school baseball season was scheduled to begin Monday. Unfortunately, every prep spring sport in Wisconsin is in a holding pattern as we try and limit the spread of the coronavirus. Sturgeon Bay varsity baseball coach John Burns said that Packerland Conference Commissioner Mike Holtz has made sure that team abide by the current rules… In accordance with Governor Tony Evers “Safer … Continue reading