space
space
Peshtigo Times
space
space
space
Perspectives
* Country Cousin
space
space
Sports Shorts
* Bucs Go 2-1 During Busy Week Before Break
* Bulldogs, Cougars, Marines Claim Dual Victories
* Niagara and Crivitz Share M&O Penthouse
* Marinette Sinks Denmark in NEC Showdown
* Conference Play Begins for Area Squads

space
Peshtigo Fire
space
e-Edition
Now Available
For more information
click here
dot
THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
space
dot
space

Crivitz Claims M&O Title with Win Over STAA

Tuesday evening the Crivitz Wolverines traveled to Marinette to take on the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Cavaliers with a chance to win sole possession of the M&O Conference title. After a slow start in game one, the Wolverines found their stride, en route to a 3-0 sweep by scores of 25-12, 25-12 and 25-9.

STAA's Millie Benson got the Cavaliers off to a hot start on senior night. Benson's tough jump serves gave the Cavs a 5-0 lead. Crivitz's Taylor Kaldenberg recorded a tip kill to bring them back within 8-5, and the Wolverines found their stride. Morgan Gyger, Chloe Gruszynski and Emalee Johnsen all found the floor on the STAA side with kills to go up 9-8. Benson evened the score again with a hard shot for the Cavs and a 9-9 score, but a 7-0 run by the Wolverines proved to be too much to come back from. Following the 7-0 run, Crivitz put together another 9-3 run to end game one with a 25-12 score.

The Wolverines continued their hot streak into game two with precise serving from Kaldenberg and Annabelle Kosmecki to a 6-2 advantage. After a hit out of bounds, Cavalier Beth Paul brought STAA to within three, 7-4. Johnsen answered back for Crivitz with a laser spike and a 10-6 lead. Livia Benson once again brought the Cavaliers within striking distance with a well-placed bump to the back-left corner of the Wolverine defense. A tip kill from Crivitz got them the momentum they needed. The Wolverines reeled off a 4-0 for a 15-8 lead, stopped only by STAA's Benson with an accurate tip kill. Crivitz finished game two with a 10-4 run thanks to solid net attacks from Gruszynski and Gyger, on their way to a 25-12 win.

Game three looked to be a barn-burner as the teams struck back-and-forth. Gruszynski perfectly placed a tip kill just over STAA's Alexa Pristelski to tie the game at 4-4. Crivitz used the momentum for a 6-4 lead, but Benson again found a soft-spot in the defense to narrow the gap to 6-5. From there, it was all Crivitz. A 15-0 run put the final game away as the Wolverines opened a 21-5 lead. Gruszynski drilled the final point for Crivitz with a piercing spike to the back line and a 25-9 Wolverine win.

Gruszynski finished with five kills on the night, to go along with four digs and a block for Crivitz. Bemis led the team with 10 assists, Abby Barley paced the defense with 12 digs and added five aces.

STAA was led by Millie Benson with five aces, five kills, five assists and seven digs. Beth Paul pitched in with an ace, a kill and a dig, while Halle Beranek finished with five digs and two assists.



Peshtigo Takes Loss To Oconto

The Peshtigo Bulldog volleyball team suffered a three set loss to the visiting Oconto Blue Devils Thursday night 25-19, 25-19 and 27-25.

For the Bulldogs, Shae Tonn amassed nine kills, 15 digs and one ace. Madi Martin posted nine kills, five digs, four blocks and one assist. Emma Frederickson slapped down eight kills along with getting three digs and one ace. Danielle Lemke put up 27 assists while getting 12 digs and an ace.



Wausaukee Keeps Wins Cominguad took the trip south to Coleman to take on the Cougars, who they tore down for a three set win, 25-10, 25-19 and 25-18.

For the Rangers Kaelyn Schlies posted nine kills and two digs while Kylee Smith got six kills, six digs and three aces. Sirina Tyler had four aces and 16 digs.

Coleman was led by Annabelle Kotecki with seven kills and five digs. Brooklyn Seals posted four kills and eight digs while Kailey Klimek had three kills, two aces, two blocks and one assist.



Tigers Survive Cat Fight with Wildcats

The Gillett Tigers came out of Lena Thursday night with a five set win over the Wildcats. Gillett took that win by way of five hard fought sets, 22-25, 25-18, 20-25, 25-17 and 15-9.

The Tigers Faith Sorlie made the Wildcats pay with 10 kills, three assists, three blocks and 27 digs. Willow Pecha got nine kills, one ace and 14 digs while Grace Wickman posted seven kills and two blocks.

Lena was led by Ally Demmith with 10 kills, two blocks, four aces and eight digs. Brianna Sylvester got seven kills and one dig while Alyana Peterson posted five kills and one dig.



Three Lakes Wins In Three Over

Goodman/Pembine

The Three Lakes high school volleyball squad took a three set win over the Goodman/Pembine Patriots Thursday night, 25-10, 25-12 and 25-16.

Rachel Braaten had 4 aces, 6 kills and 2 blocks for there Patriots.

"The girls had a tough night tonight with some of them playing their last home game in Goodman," said John Swick. "Three Lakes is a good team and the did a great job mixing up their hitting angles with well placed tips. We struggled in our serving and serve receive and that kept us from getting anything going.

We will watch some film tomorrow and work to correct some issues and get ready to finish the season strong.

Heather Geib, Brandi Bousley and Katelyn Nelson all had solid performances as well."



Patriots Go the Distance with Cardinals

Tuesday evening the Goodman-Pembine Patriots traveled to Crandon to face the Cardinals in a Northern Lakes Conference showdown. The Patriots fell in game one 25-18, but took the next two games by scores of 25-16 and 25-22. Crandon edged Goodman-Pembine in game four 27-25 to force a decisive game five. Game five went right to the end as well, with the Patriots coming out on top 15-13.

"It was another slow start tonight with some serve receive issues that kept us out of system. I was proud of my girls for fighting back and continuing to bring pressure and extend points." Patriot coach John Swick added, "Crandon did a great job on their side of bring some tough balls back as well. Overall, we were able to fix some things with regard to positioning and communication that will help us moving forward."

Rachel Braaten paced the Patriots with solid net play, on her way to 15 blocks and 12 kills. Katelyn Nelson smashed 15 kills while Mackenna Hirte recorded nine blocks and three kills. Kirstyn Garner chipped in with five kils and Brandi Bousley had four kills and three aces.



Wausaukee Comes Away with Sweep of Suring

In one of their final conference matches of the season, the Wausaukee Rangers hosted the Suring Eagles Tuesday. Wausaukee ran away with game one by a score of 25-14, before sealing the deal in games two and three, 25-19 and 25-21.

Bella Manske and Courtney Messar raced to lead the Rangers in kills as Manske finished with 11 and Messar with 10. Messar took the crown in digs with 15 while Sirina Tyler was second with 14. Callie Orlando recorded 27 assists in the contest. Once again it was Messar leading the Rangers with four ace serves.

For Suring, Wylee VanBellinger and Steph Huth's four kills each led the team. Jazmine Chesterfield served up four aces and VanBellinger paced the Eagle defense with 18 digs. Jadyn Stuart recorded eight assits for Suring, tops on the team.



Bulldogs Sweep Blazers in Straight Sets

The Peshtigo Bulldogs struck early and often Tuesday evening as they traveled to take on the Green Bay NEW Lutheran Blazers in a Packerland Conference matchup. Peshtigo easily took game one by a score of 25-13, before NEW Lutheran made it close in game two, but the Bulldogs prevailed 25-22. In the final game of the night, Peshtigo closed out the Blazers by a score of 25-19 for a sweep.

Shae Tonn paced Peshtigo with 10 kills, Grace Wickman and Emma Frederickson each followed with five and Madi Martin added four. Danielle Lemke set up 24 assists, while Tonn again led the way with 14 digs. Wickman served up three aces and middle hitters Frederickson and Martin each recorded a block.



Wildcats Win Over Badgers

In a battle of two M&O Conference squads Tuesday night, the Lena Wildcats played host to the Niagara Badgers. Lena claimed the first two games with ease, 25-18 and 25-11, before Niagara clapped back and took game three, 25-18. The Wildcats regained their stride and finished the night with a game four win, 25-16.

Kaylee Huberty led the Lena net attack with eight kills, while it was Meckenna Portier who shut down the Badgers' offense with five block kills. Huberty also paced Lena with seven assists and Makayla Bushmaker added five. Kaitlyn Hodkiewicz's seven digs were tops on the Wildcats.

Niagara's Allison Wells and Jasmine Racine led the team in kills with ten and nine respectively. Cassie Gill walled off the net with four blocks. Abigail McCarthy set up the Badger hitters, on her way to 17 assists. Faith Borchert paced the defense with 20 digs.


Recent stories, opinions and photos

Issue Date Department Headline
12-15-2017Front Page
Identify Victim, Officers In Marinette Shooting Death

12-14-2017Obituaries
Mary K. Andrist-Sjoquist

12-14-2017Obituaries
James Bins

12-14-2017Obituaries
Charles W. Boshan

12-14-2017Obituaries
Paul Cherovsky

12-14-2017Obituaries
Ralph Emmes

12-14-2017Obituaries
John R. England

12-14-2017Obituaries
Clarence A. Herbst

12-14-2017Obituaries
Stanley J. Horak

12-14-2017Obituaries
Norbert S. Kabacinski

12-14-2017Obituaries
Donald F. Loberger

12-14-2017Obituaries
Florence G. Mikkola

12-14-2017Obituaries
Arlene A. Motto

12-14-2017Obituaries
Evangeline Orlando

12-14-2017Obituaries
Donald C. Reiter

12-14-2017Obituaries
Frances E. Smith

12-14-2017Obituaries
James Ahrens

12-14-2017Obituaries
Mark S. Erickson

12-14-2017Obituaries
Tony Frigo

12-14-2017Obituaries
Leonard E. Graef

12-14-2017Obituaries
Carl W. Greene

12-14-2017Obituaries
Arthur Grenke

12-14-2017Obituaries
Eleanor V. Johnson

12-14-2017Obituaries
Jerrold Keel

12-14-2017Obituaries
Warren L. Nelson

12-14-2017Obituaries
William "Bill" Perry

12-14-2017Obituaries
Harlen H. Patz

12-14-2017Obituaries
Nancy L. Sotka

12-14-2017Obituaries
Agnes Thomson

12-14-2017Obituaries
Thomas M. Zeitler

12-14-2017Sports
Bucs Go 2-1 During Busy Week Before Break

12-14-2017Sports
Bulldogs, Cougars, Marines Claim Dual Victories

12-14-2017Sports
Niagara and Crivitz Share M&O Penthouse

12-14-2017Sports
Marinette Sinks Denmark in NEC Showdown

12-14-2017Perspectives
Country Cousin

12-14-2017Perspectives
From our readers

12-14-2017Perspectives
From My Window

12-14-2017Community - Wausaukee
Beecher Town Board Gets Recycling Changes

12-14-2017Community - Wausaukee
Country Gospel Jam is Dec. 15

12-14-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Blood Drive Big Success

12-14-2017Community - Wausaukee
Ranger Booster Club Fundraiser is Feb. 10

12-14-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Wolverine Sports Boosters Erect New Building

12-14-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Schools Holiday Break

12-14-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Church Services, Free Dinner Dec. 24

12-14-2017Community - Crivitz
Village Crivitz To Rezone for Food Pantry

12-14-2017Community - Coleman
North Kickers Have Christmas Dance Dec. 16

12-14-2017Community - Coleman
Dylan Garrigan Named Lena J.H. Wrestling Coach

12-14-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Okays Amending Ordinance on Judge Salary

12-14-2017Community - Coleman
Founders of Coleman Cancer Event Raise Over $75,000

12-14-2017Front Page
Two More Graduate From Marinette Co. Drug Court

12-14-2017Front Page
Agencies Address Marinette Water Contamination Issues

12-14-2017Front Page
County Board Again Asked To Consider Committee Revamp

12-14-2017Front Page
Pound Agrees On Insurance, Not Raises, For Employees

12-06-2017Sports
Conference Play Begins for Area Squads

12-06-2017Sports
Badgers Claim Early Supremecy in M&O Play

12-06-2017Sports
Area Grapplers Take to the Mats

12-06-2017Sports
Peshtigo Bowlers Off to Good Start

12-06-2017Obituaries
Carleton H. Warnecke

12-06-2017Obituaries
Sandra Rust

12-06-2017Obituaries
Laurie A. O'Connor

12-06-2017Obituaries
Mel L. Last II

12-06-2017Obituaries
David M. Kostreva

12-06-2017Obituaries
Mary Koehne

12-06-2017Obituaries
Karen J. Deau

12-06-2017Obituaries
Theresa Boettcher

12-06-2017Obituaries
Kathleen M. Wood

12-06-2017Obituaries
Mildred H. Winkler

12-06-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee School Holiday Concerts

12-06-2017Obituaries
John A. Wilson

12-06-2017Obituaries
Donald C. Reiter

12-06-2017Obituaries
Gary Keller

12-06-2017Obituaries
Kim M. Jones

12-06-2017Obituaries
William C. Holmes

12-06-2017Obituaries
Dorothy M. Butler

12-06-2017Obituaries
Peter C. Brown

12-06-2017Obituaries
Charles W. Boshan

12-06-2017Obituaries
Nancy Palenica

12-06-2017
Neil J. Ondracek

12-06-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Church Free Dinner, Movie

12-06-2017Obituaries
Gerald Lesperance, Jr.

12-06-2017Obituaries
James D. Kohn

12-06-2017Obituaries
Rick G. Klimek

12-06-2017Obituaries
Terrance R. Ingram

12-06-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wagner Board Meeting Dec. 13

12-06-2017Community - Wausaukee
Ranger Booster Club Fundraiser is Feb. 10

12-06-2017Community - Crivitz
21 Crivitz Students at Education Fair

12-06-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Church Services, Free Dinner Dec. 24

12-06-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Christmas Float Made by Those with Disabilities

12-06-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Legion Christmas Dinner

12-06-2017Community - Coleman
Founders of Coleman Cancer Event Raise Over $75,000

12-06-2017Community - Coleman
Swede Town Shed Damaged by Fire

12-06-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Hosts Senior Citizens

12-06-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Board to Discuss Two Overnight Student Trips

12-06-2017Front Page
Open House at New PCM Credit Union

12-06-2017Front Page
Lock, Gryzwa Will Not Seek Re-Election to Peshtigo Council

12-06-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Okays $925,412 Budget

12-06-2017Front Page
Marinette Firemen To Expand EMS Coverage

12-06-2017Front Page
Pound Parade Dec. 9, Special Meet Dec. 11

11-29-2017Sports
Bighead Carp Caught on Lower Wisconsin River

11-29-2017Obituaries
Frances T. Weimer

11-29-2017Obituaries
Donald Simonet

11-29-2017Obituaries
Bernard Pranica

11-29-2017Obituaries
John E. Pardee

11-29-2017Obituaries
Joan Paque

11-29-2017Sports
WIAA & Kwik Trip Resumes "Road Team of the Week"

11-29-2017Obituaries
Thomas Maye

11-29-2017Obituaries
Gerald Lesperance, Jr.

11-29-2017Obituaries
Deanna D. Koller

11-29-2017Obituaries
Ross F. Kies

11-29-2017Obituaries
Norman Jensen

11-29-2017Sports
Badgers Beat Rangers in OT

11-29-2017Obituaries
Paul G. Hoffman

11-29-2017Obituaries
Floyd W. Herson

11-29-2017Obituaries
Rose P. Hein

11-29-2017Obituaries
Connie A. Gustafson

11-29-2017Obituaries
Nancy I. Grun

11-29-2017Obituaries
Carl Francis

11-29-2017Obituaries
Rita R. Fitt

11-29-2017Obituaries
Elizabeth L. Felix

11-29-2017Obituaries
Lawrence Eichhorn

11-29-2017Obituaries
Larry P. Eatherton

11-29-2017Obituaries
William Doyen, Sr.

11-29-2017Obituaries
Robert E. Brown

11-29-2017Obituaries
Daniel W. Cloutier

11-29-2017Obituaries
William Caley

11-29-2017Obituaries
Helen M Bezio

11-29-2017Obituaries
Cheryl L. Aldrich

11-29-2017Sports
Marines Hold on for Tight Win in Peshtigo

11-29-2017Perspectives
Country Cousin

11-29-2017Perspectives
From My Window

11-29-2017Community - Wausaukee
Ranger Booster Club Fundraiser is Feb. 10

11-29-2017Community - Wausaukee
Athelstane Board Hears Wausaukee School Report

11-29-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Church Free Dinner, Movie

11-29-2017Community - Wausaukee
796 Shoebox Gifts Collected for OCC

11-29-2017Community - Crivitz
Special Olympics in Crivitz Starts Dec. 3

11-29-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Village Board Approves Upgrades

11-29-2017Community - Crivitz
Middle Inlet Hosts Vintage Snomo Show

11-29-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Continues Discussions To Update Zoning Ordinance

11-29-2017Community - Coleman
Gift Baskets Topic at Library Dec. 6

11-29-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Youth Wrestling Sign Up

11-29-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Village Board Dec. 4

11-29-2017Community - Coleman
Senior Club To Meet on Dec. 4

11-29-2017Front Page
The Wall That Heals Coming to Crivitz Aug. 30 - Sept. 2

11-29-2017Front Page
Airplane Tampering Allegations Draw Objections, Responses

11-29-2017Front Page
Committee Recommends Keep Chicago Court Name

11-29-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Tax Rate Unchanged From 2017

11-29-2017Front Page
Marinette City Budget Public Hearing Nov. 30

11-22-2017Obituaries
Dolores Behringer

11-22-2017Obituaries
Mildred J. Berman

11-22-2017Obituaries
Mason S. Ermis


space
Peshtigo Times
WEB Poll!
Should President Trump cut back on the amount of tweets he makes?
space Yes
No
Undecided
space
TO VOTE CLICK
YES, NO or UNDECIDED

Suggest a Question
space .
space
FRONT
space
.
space
CLASSIFIEDS
space
.
space
COMMUNITY
space
.
space
GUEST BOOK
space
.
space
NEWS
space
.
space
OBITS
space
.
space
PERSPECTIVES
space
.
space
SPORTS
space
.
space
SUBSCRIBE
space
.
space
.
space
PESHTIGO FIRE
space
.
space
CUSTOM PRINTING
space
.
space
TIMES' SAVER
space
.
space
Click for Peshtigo, Wisconsin Forecast
FORECAST
space
Quick...
News or Ad Search
Enter News key words.
Enter Ad key words.



Peshtigo Times
841 Maple St
PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
Email:
News@
PeshtigoTimes.com

space
Fax: 715-582-4662
© 2000-2017
All right reserved
space
Powered by
WEB Media
Interactive
COMMUNITY
WEB sites