space
space
Peshtigo Times
space
space
space
Perspectives
* Country Cousin
space
space
Sports Shorts
* Cougars Cruise to Northwoods Conference Crown
* Niagara & Oconto Win Conference Championships
* Marinette Soccer Ends Regular Season with Win
* Know Your Target So You Don't Accidentally Shoot Elk, Moose
* DNR Increased Prescribed Burns During Late Summer

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

Talented M&O Conference Up For Grabs

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

Crivitz Takes Home

Triangular Against

Wausaukee and Gillett

The Crivitz Wolverines were the victors in their Thursday night home triangular which saw them defeat Wausaukee 24-26, 25-11, 25-21, and 27-25. The Wolverines also defeated the Gillett Tigers in three 25-7, 25-13, and 25-15.

Wausaukee defeated the Gillett girls in a long five-set bout 21-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, and 15-7.

The Wolverines saw some great net play from stalwart hitter Kylie Chilcote who fired out 24 kills along with her eight blocks and one assist. Lexi Franzmeier was a sniper from the serving position with her seven aces. She also scooped up 15 digs while getting one assist. Haile Gyger helped her team out plenty during the night's competitions with 45 assists, nine digs, five kills, and three aces. Taylah Werner added up 11 kills, seven digs, two assists, and one block.

"I feel like I've aged five years after these matches," said Crivitz head coach Molly Meyers. "We were super aggressive at the net tonight which I was really excited to see. Sometimes we are good at the net and sometimes we get too aggressive but tonight we were exactly where we needed to be. These girls had from the beginning of this season have been stepping up when we need them to. We are just getting better and better as the season goes. Lexi Franzmeier is so great at the service line and she really lifted us up with those serves. Halle is such a great setter too and tonight she had knee issues which she fought through it."

For the Rangers, Rachel Schlies was a quick-hitting asset that kept the Rangers attack in gear with her 17 kills and two digs. Natalie Grutza posted seven kills, three digs, three aces, and one assist.

"I knew we were a little off in the first set against Gillett," said Wausaukee head coach Mandy Allman. "They came back and didn't let it affect them too much. I knew we had that adrenaline rush, especially coming out and winning that first set with Crivitz. That first game was mentally and physically tiring, it always is when you play five sets. This season is different in that last year in a situation like this, this team would have rolled over and said we're done but not this year's squad. They fight to the end."

Autumn Schroeder added up seven kills, two blocks, and one dig while Mackenzie Truesdell finished with five kills, seven digs, three aces, and two assists.

"Amber is our senior setter and she does a phenomenal job leading this team," said Allman. "She just communicates so well. Rachel Schlies was great tonight too. She hit so hard tonight."

"Some of the save we had tonight were really impressive," said Gillett head coach Jill Halla. "After Thursday we adjusted a little bit and I think it worked. I think in game five we got down and from that point, we were done but they played well tonight. They did up their game tonight and that's all a coach can ask for."



Coleman, Niagara

and STAA meet for

Triangular in Coleman

The Niagara Badgers were the victors in their triangular in Coleman which saw them take down the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers and the home court Cougars.

Against the Badgers, the Cougars were unable to quell a fast-hitting attack that saw the Badgers dig in for a 25-12, 25-15, and 25-12 victory. The Badgers also defeated the STAA Cavvies by way of a three-set jaunt 25-5, 25-15, and 25-5.

Coleman defeated the Cavvies easily with their three-set effort 25-7, 25-7, and 25-3.

Niagara's winning night was keyed in by multiple players including Bailey Peterson who posted 11 kills, one block, four assists, two digs, and five aces. Morgan Borchardt was deadly at the net as well with her 10 kills, three blocks, 22 assists, eight digs, and seven aces. teammate Erin Lukowicz was on fire from the service line during the triangular with a whopping 18 aces. She also hit on five kills, one block, three assists, and 11 digs.

"Today, we played a young STAA team," said Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld. "My girls maintained their level of play and showed some improvement on our serves. We have had a busy first couple of weeks and we are all looking forward to a few days off.  My team has a lot of potential and when they play up to their potential, they are fun to watch."



Oconto Defeats Peshtigo

for First Place in

Shawano Invite

The Peshtigo Bulldogs came up short at the Shawano invite, winning all their matches except for their contest with the Oconto Falls Panthers who bagged the third-place spot. Peshtigo took a close second to the Oconto Blue Devils.

Oconto was 6-0 on the day with Peshtigo going 4-2 for that second-place spot. Accent Falls added up a 4-2 finish as well for third place while Shawnoo finished in fourth with a tier 4-2 record on the night.

In the day's matches, Oconto Falls defeated Clintonville 25-14 and 25-14 but were defeated by the eventual winner the Blue Devils 25-18 and 25-20. The Panthers defeated Wausau 24-26, 26-16, and 15-13.

"Today was a great day for Panther volleyball," said Oconto Falls head coach Rochell Otto. "We battled some things out there. We battled three different teams and came out on top against two of them. We just kept fighting. Overall we are getting better and better with every game we play. Today going to a seven-team round-robin, is a lot of volleyball to play and I'm proud of tough they stayed over all these matches."

Peshtigo added up wins that accounted for a section place finish at the talent-rich invite. Their only losses came from Oconto who defeated them 25-19 and 25-8 and accent Falls who won 25-14 and 25-19. Peshtigo won their matches with Brillon 25-17, 18-25, and 15-10 while defeating Clintonville 25-18, 25-23 and Wausau West 25-21, 18-25, and 15-7. Peshtigo also defeated Shawano 25-15 and 28-26.

"It was a rollercoaster of a day," said Peshtigo head coach Robin Gilligan. "We were up and had our lows but that's a bit expected with how much volleyball we played today. I'm very proud of my girls for taking second place. It was a good end to a long day of volleyball. In one of the timeouts, I used the line its deja vu all over again. Here we are again seven points behind so let's get it together and get it done and they did. We did shoot ourselves in the foot a few times today. We have a few things to clean up yet and hopefully the girls learn from the few mistakes they made tonight."

Peshtigo's night was keyed in by Allison Peters who hit her way to 27 kills, one block, two assists, 53 digs, and three aces while Sam Kodric added up 24 kills, three blocks, 15 digs, and a whopping 13 aces. Jaci Tonn finished the night with 23 kills, one block, 46 assists, 26 digs, and four aces. Emma Gilligan got three kills, 50 assists, 35 digs, and seven aces.

Oconto's Hannah Moe finished the night with 45 kills, 14 aces, and 39 digs. Lianna Baxter posted 39 kills and 23 blocks while Kate Bahrke got an amazing amount of assists during the day's competition, adding up 92 while getting 32 digs. McKenna Seidl finished with 49 digs, six aces while Leah Allan got 28 kills.

"We came out after a break due to covid," said Oconto head coach Adrian De la Cruz. "It was great to see these teams here and get an idea of what we are capable of. Wausau reminded us after lunch that you can't take a game off. These teams were just such a high caliber today. It looked like we were having fun out there tonight. These girls work together very well and this team is always doing extra things to help bond them closer. They played great today. Hannah went on a terror today at the service line. And it was always team first and not individual first."



Oconto Falls Takes

Loss to Lux-Casco

The Oconto Falls Panthers were the winners in their dual with the visiting Luxemburg-Casco Spartans Monday night, dropping the match 25-17, 25-7, and 25-22.

The Panthers were led by Emmie Magnin with six kills and a dig while Brailyn St. Louis posted four kills seven aces.



Gillett

Defeats STAA

The Gillett Tiger volleyball team posted a three-set win over the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night 25-20, 25-6, and 25-17.



Badgers Win

Over Cougars

The Niagara Badgers defeated the Coleman Cougars Tuesday night by way of three sets 25-15, 29-27, and 25-15.

Niagara was led by Morgan Borchardt with eight kills, 13 assists, five digs, and 11 aces. Bailey Peterson added up seven kills, one block, two assists, five digs, and two aces. Emma Brasure finished with two kills, three digs, and four aces.

Coleman's Kylee Tadisch posted eight kills and one ace. Madelyn Hinther got two kills, five assists, and one dig while Aubrey Blintz posted two kills and two aces.



Wildcats Upset

Wolverines in Five Sets

The Lean Wildcats went the distance with the Crivitz Wolverines Tuesday night in Lena as they took the first two sets of the five-set match 25-20 and 25-12 before the Wolverines came back with two wins 25-10 and 25-12. But the Wildcats hung on for the win in the final set 15-12.

Leading Lena was Peyton Dorow-Wagner with her nine kills and one ace. Makynna Herald added up 16 assists, two digs, and one ace while Mel Cops posted four kills and three blocks.

The heartbreaking loss for the Wolverines saw some tough play from all the girls with Kylie Chilcote leading the way at the net with 12 kills, one assist, and two blocks. Maddy Welty posted seven kills, one dig, two blocks, and three aces while McKenna Sellen added six kills and four digs. Tayah Werner finished the night with four kills, nine digs, one assist, and six aces while Hailee Gyger did her part with 25 assists, eight digs, three kills, and one ace.



Suring Goes the

Distance with

Undefeated Wausaukee,

Falls in Fifth Set

The Suring Eagles almost left their mark on the undefeated Wausaukee rangers Tuesday night as they faced off in Suring for a five-set battle.

Suring took set one 25-18 and the second set 25-20 before Wausaukee returned fire for a 25-19 and 25-21 win. The Rangers took the fifth set 17-15.

Suring's effort was keyed in by Christine Sleeter with eight kills, seven assists, three digs, and two blocks while Makenzie Chesterfield posted six kills, seven digs, and five aces. Trinity Remic got seven digs and two aces.


Recent stories, opinions and photos

Issue Date Department Headline
10-21-2021Front Page


10-21-2021Front Page
Wayne and Mary Staidl Honored with Century Farm

10-21-2021Front Page
Middle Inlet Board Seeks To Exceed State Levy Limit

10-21-2021Front Page
City Personnel Committee Discusses Pay Increases

10-21-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Discusses Road Issue

10-21-2021Community - Coleman
Logan Shallow is Student of the Month

10-21-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Area Restaurants Honor Veterans With Meals

10-21-2021Community - Coleman
Ghost Hunters Present Findings at Equity Oct. 23

10-21-2021Community - Coleman
Fire Prevention Week at Coleman Schools

10-21-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Is Considering Police Chief Offer For Troy Ugoretz

10-21-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz VFW Post Receives AED

10-21-2021Community - Crivitz
Town Of Lake Fire Dept. Pancake Breakfast Oct. 24

10-21-2021Community - Crivitz
VFW Knife, Gun Show Nov. 13th

10-21-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Town Budget Hearing Set For Nov. 9.

10-21-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wagner Sets New Recycling Hours, Oct. 31 Trunk Or Treat

10-21-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Juniors Host Halloween Bucket Raffle 

10-21-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Lists Trick or Treat Hours, Trunk-or-Treat Details

10-21-2021Sports
Cougars Cruise to Northwoods Conference Crown

10-21-2021Sports
Niagara & Oconto Win Conference Championships

10-21-2021Sports
Marinette Soccer Ends Regular Season with Win

10-21-2021Sports
Know Your Target So You Don't Accidentally Shoot Elk, Moose

10-21-2021Sports
DNR Increased Prescribed Burns During Late Summer

10-21-2021Sports
Area Runners Compete for Conference Titles

10-21-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

10-21-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

10-21-2021Perspectives
From My Window

10-21-2021Obituaries
Jeanne E. Amory

10-21-2021Obituaries
Edward C. Brodbeck

10-21-2021Obituaries
Elizabeth R. Caine

10-21-2021Obituaries
Lloyd C. Clark

10-21-2021Obituaries
James R. Connell

10-21-2021Obituaries
Charles R. Dieckman

10-21-2021Obituaries
Nancy J. Ecker

10-21-2021Obituaries
Harris J. Eickmeyer

10-21-2021Obituaries
Auralia Buscher Feifarek

10-21-2021Obituaries
Joseph Gerlach Jr.

10-21-2021Obituaries
Francis E. Gudowicz

10-21-2021Obituaries
Ronald E. Haduch

10-21-2021Obituaries
Brandon M. Hanna

10-21-2021Obituaries
Derek D. Hockin

10-21-2021Obituaries
Robert A. Jagielski

10-21-2021Obituaries
Jeffrey E. Knopik

10-21-2021Obituaries
Frederick J. Lewis

10-21-2021Obituaries
Patricia L. Madsen

10-21-2021Obituaries
Brad Martin, Jr.

10-21-2021Obituaries
Jeffery R. Miller Sr.

10-21-2021Obituaries
Robert J. Paris

10-21-2021Obituaries
Helen M. Peterson

10-21-2021Obituaries
Elaine M. Ray

10-21-2021Obituaries
Joseph F. Richards

10-21-2021Obituaries
Viola Rondeau

10-21-2021Obituaries
Michael J. Sullivan

10-21-2021Obituaries
Douglas L. Vargo

10-21-2021Obituaries
Edwin Vasquez

10-21-2021Obituaries
Loretta C. Verhasselt

10-21-2021Obituaries
Fredrick A. Warnecke

10-21-2021Obituaries
David T. Wolfe

10-21-2021Obituaries
Robert K. Zahorik

10-14-2021Front Page
Over 200 Attend Historical Commemoration Service

10-14-2021Front Page
Warns About New Gift Card Scheme

10-14-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Working To Balance Budget For 2022

10-14-2021Front Page
Filing Deadline For $17 Million PFAS Settlement Is Oct. 22

10-14-2021Community - Coleman
Trunk or Treat at St. Matthew Church

10-14-2021Community - Coleman
Joins Wisconsin Pay Specialists

10-14-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Cleanup Day Is Sat., Oct. 23

10-14-2021Community - Coleman
Evangelist To Speak At Hillside North

10-14-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Legion Aux. To Meet Oct. 20th

10-14-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Lists September Students of the Month

10-14-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz School Board Reschedules Meeting

10-14-2021Community - Crivitz
Fundraiser for NEWCAP, Crivitz Music Dept. Nov. 20

10-14-2021Community - Wausaukee
PJammin for Kids with Cancer

10-14-2021Community - Wausaukee
Northwoods Traditions Closes For Season

10-14-2021Sports
Marines Fall One Point Short In Loss to Mustangs

10-14-2021Sports
Niagara Holds M&O Lead; Oconto Atop Packerland

10-14-2021Sports
Bulldogs/Marines Compete at Seymour Invitational

10-14-2021Sports
Bulldogs Blitz Blazers to End Regular Season

10-14-2021Sports
WIAA Approves Spring Sport Rule Changes

10-14-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

10-14-2021Perspectives
From My Window

10-14-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

10-14-2021Obituaries
Marie M. Alswager

10-14-2021Obituaries
John Beno Jr.

10-14-2021Obituaries
Ed (Billy) DeMeuse

10-14-2021Obituaries
Carol Jean Hucko

10-14-2021Obituaries
Lillian Irene Diaz/Howard

10-14-2021Obituaries
Betty Lou Johnson

10-14-2021Obituaries
Francis "Butz" Keller

10-14-2021Obituaries
Daniel C. Kienitz

10-14-2021Obituaries
Frank Joseph Lauerman III

10-14-2021Obituaries
John F. Limanowski, Jr.

10-14-2021Obituaries
Dr. Alexander Mamonov

10-14-2021Obituaries
Frederick Homer Naud

10-14-2021Obituaries
Loretta M. Patz

10-14-2021Obituaries
Lloyd "Pete" Peterson

10-14-2021Obituaries
Robert E. Reese

10-14-2021Obituaries
Donald Wayne Smith

10-14-2021Obituaries
Roger Younk

10-06-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Historical Society To Dedicate New Memorial Fri.

10-06-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Council OKs Land Sale To Tri-Tec

10-06-2021Front Page
Coleman School Has "Awesome" Open House, Adopts Covid Rules

10-06-2021Front Page
Two Traffic Fatalities Recorded Oconto Co.

10-06-2021Front Page
Some Object To Proposed Porterfield Road Closings

10-06-2021Community - Coleman
Hauntings at Equity and Kyle's Furkees

10-06-2021Community - Coleman
Centennial Bowling Tourney Set for Oct. 16th in Lena

10-06-2021Community - Coleman
ZZ Top Tribute to Play at Equity Hall

10-06-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Water Utility to Meet Oct. 11th

10-06-2021Community - Crivitz
Slates Hearing On Tower Variance

10-06-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Legion Post To Celebrate Birth of Navy

10-06-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Board Hosts Meet For Day Care Startup Info

10-06-2021Community - Crivitz
Village of Crivitz To Meet Oct. 11th

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
WHS Junior Class Holds Bake Sale

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Fall Fest Big Success

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Annual Chili Fest Competition a Success

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Fire & Rescue Picnic Very Successful

10-06-2021Sports
Titans Defeat Wolves to Grab MONLPC East Lead

10-06-2021Sports
Oconto Stays On Top of Packerland; Defeats Peshtigo

10-06-2021Sports
Coleman Boys/Suring Girls Pick Up Wins at Lena Invite

10-06-2021Sports
Eight New Members Inducted into Marinette Hall of Fame

10-06-2021Sports
Marines & Blue Devils Advance to D2 Golf Sectional

10-06-2021Perspectives
Country Cousin

10-06-2021Perspectives
From My Window

10-06-2021Perspectives
From Our Readers...

10-06-2021Obituaries
Ralph S. Anderson

10-06-2021Obituaries
Robert C. Axtell

10-06-2021Obituaries
Bernard Barribeau

10-06-2021Obituaries
Stacy L. Canne

10-06-2021Obituaries
Richard Carroll

10-06-2021Obituaries
Peggy E. Cummings

10-06-2021Obituaries
Derald Demmith

10-06-2021Obituaries
Florence G. Durocher

10-06-2021Obituaries
Gloria L. Goffin

10-06-2021Obituaries
Jacqueline A. Jozwiak

10-06-2021Obituaries
Timothy C. Leffler

10-06-2021Obituaries
Marye L. Mathieu

10-06-2021Obituaries
Michael M. Peot

10-06-2021Obituaries
Linda K. Peters

10-06-2021Obituaries
Bobbie Jo Rondeau-Porter

10-06-2021Obituaries
Kenneth E. Rettshlag

10-06-2021Obituaries
Mary L. Sampson

10-06-2021Obituaries
Jonathan L. Smith, Jr.

10-06-2021Obituaries
Matthew J. Story

10-06-2021Obituaries
Edward K. Streeter

10-06-2021Obituaries
Joyce A. Swoboda

10-06-2021Obituaries
Sister Mary Thetreau

10-06-2021Obituaries
Thomas J. Utecht

10-06-2021Obituaries
Caroline R. Walters

09-30-2021Front Page
Sesquicentennial Fun

09-30-2021Front Page
Aquila Air Quality Permit Now Void

09-30-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Hires Two Employees

09-30-2021Front Page
Marinette County Offers Three Fall Color Tours


space
Peshtigo Times
WEB Poll!
Are you pleased that Aaron Rodgers will be playing for the Green Bay Packers in the 2021-22 season?
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
© 2000-2021
All right reserved
space
Powered by
WEB Media
Interactive
COMMUNITY
WEB sites