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Door County Advocate Preview of the four county teams, written by Korey Mallien:

Door Co. teams expect better seasons

Door County?s four high school volleyball teams all have the same objective this season ? finish much higher in the Packerland Conference standings.

Southern Door placed fourth, Sturgeon Bay sixth, Sevastopol seventh and Gibraltar eighth in the eight-team league last season.

All four teams have several nonconference matches beginning this week before opening the Packerland dual-meet season Sept. 6. Here?s a preview of those teams in order of how they finished last season.

Southern Door

Coach Melissa Schley has high hopes for the Eagles, who finished 4-3 in conference duals last season behind Kewaunee (7-0), Oconto (6-1) and Algoma (5-2).

?There wasn?t a big difference between the top four teams last year,? she said. ?We were right up there, but we lost a couple of close matches. I expect us to be in the same spot as last year, competing for the conference championship.?

Southern Door returns only two starters: seniors Cora Baudhuin and LaRae Bagnall. Baudhuin will play an all-around position after earning first-team all-conference honors at hitter last year, and Bagnall returns to setter.

?We?ll definitely look to Cora and LaRae for leadership with their varsity experience,? said Schley.

Seniors Brittany Hallet (hitter) and Rachel Andres (libero) played on the varsity team last season, and Sam Paider (hitter) and Hannah Schley (hitter) split time between junior varsity and varsity.

New prospects include seniors Courtney Weis, Morgan Jandrin and Jenny Walker, juniors Megan Hawkey and Courtney VanHout, and sophomores Alyssa Dantoin and Acacia Tupa.

?A lot of these players had a solid season last year at the JV level, and some of them have experience playing club volleyball,? said Schley. ?I think we?ll compete every time we take the court.?

Sturgeon Bay

The Clippers finished 2-5 in conference duals last season, but with seven returning players coach Kim Herlache expects a major turnaround.

?I think we can contend for the conference title,? she said. ?Just knowing the talent we have returning and the effort I?ve seen at practice, I have high expectations for this team. We had some close matches last year, and hopefully we can pull them off this year.?

Varsity returnees include seniors Linnea Schmelzer (hitter), Natalie Rose (hitter) and Ali Sommerfeldt (setter), juniors Caroline Miller (hitter), Bailey Zak (hitter) and Jackie Herlache (libero), and sophomore Emilie Schartner (hitter).

Coach Herlache said her high hopes stem from what she?s seen so far from her returning letterwinners.

?Everybody?s had at least two years of varsity experience, and the way they play as a team on the court,? said coach Herlache. ?I think that chemistry has a lot to do with it.?

New prospects include juniors Marielle Abeyta, Caralyn Mickey and Monica Depies, and sophomores Leah McCormick and Sophia Braschnewitz.


Second-year coach Mary Volkmann is looking for the Pioneers to be much improved after finishing 1-6 in conference duals last season.

?I have pretty high expectations,? said Volkmann. ?We have some experience and good senior leadership. I would definitely like us to be in the top half of the conference.?

The Pioneers return six players: seniors Lucy Bley (all-around), Cassie Borkovetz (hitter/all-around), Miranda Brandt (hitter) and Gabby Giblin (hitter), and sophomores Carli Tebo (hitter) and Jessica Wagner (hitter/defensive specialist).

Volkmann said the Pioneers have some talented front-row players, led by Bley, who led the conference in blocks last season, and Tebo, who plays club volleyball.

?The key for us is passing,? said Volkmann. ?If we can get the ball to our hitters, I think they?re going to be tough to beat, tough to block.?

New prospects include seniors Holly LaPlant and Terre Felhofer, juniors Monica Salmeri and Autumn Schartner, and sophomores Samantha Spohn and Madi Jilot.


The Vikings literally have nowhere to go but up after finishing 0-7 in conference duals last year.

?There are some really outstanding teams in our conference and our goal is to be competitive,? said coach Lauren Bremer. ?It would be lovely to be in the top half of the conference, especially where we finished last year. We had a less than stellar season, so I know the girls are really hungry for some victories.?

Bremer coached Gibraltar to its first regional championship in 2010, but took last year off following the birth of her child. She?s excited about the prospects for this year?s team, which features eight returning players.

That group includes seniors Ashley Caldecott (hitter), Ashley Hockers (hitter), Ella Jacobs (setter), Andrea Nelson (setter) and Megan Swain (hitter), juniors Jasmine Haslep (defensive specialist) and Anissa Olson (hitter), and sophomore Helen Hecht (hitter).

New prospects include senior Leah Zielke, juniors Courtney Demmin, Ingrid Kissel and Emma Kunstman, and freshman Aleah Bauldry and Lauren Kita.

?We have a lot of girls returning from last year and a lot of new kids who are very talented,? said Bremer. ?We have a lot of growing to do, but the girls are very optimistic.?

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With the Door County teams previewed above, and hopefully previews of Kewaunee, Algoma, and Oconto coming soon in their respective local newspapers, I figured I will try to put together as unbiased as possible preview of N.E.W. Lutheran?s volleyball team for the upcoming season.

History: N.E.W. Lutheran has won five of the past eight Packerland Conference Championships, has had two trips to state in 2006 and 2007, yet last year was the first year since 2007 that they won a regional championship. This came at the end of quite possibly the weakest regular season the Blazers have had under head coach Paul Steinhaus, as they won just nine regular season matches and finished 5th in conference.

Players Lost to Graduation: One, middle Rebecca Schoenwalder was the only player on an extremely young team last year to receive All-Conference recognition, garnering 2nd Team honors.

Preseason outlook: Much brighter than last season, if for no other reason that all but Shoenwalder returns. On top of that, many players did extra volleyball activities over the course of the offseason, whether it be club, individual volleyball lessons, or summer camps. While this team is not going to blow anybody away with its height (tallest players maybe 5?8?) or athleticism, the overall knowledge of the sport and technique as well as being very comfortable playing with each other will keep them competitive and hopefully winning a lot more games and matches.

Potential Starters/Lineups: With only losing one starter from last year?s team, you would think many of the starters would stay in place, and that still may be the case. However, there should be more of a push from a group of talented sophomores for playing time as Coach Steinhaus says, ?There should be a lot more competition for playing time this year. Last year it was almost like a starter had to be on their death bed not to be in the lineup.? The couple positions that should be all but locks are at the libero position, where senior Morgen Kleiman returns, and at the outside positions, which should be held down by two of the team?s best hitters and passers, junior Ivy VanBeaver and sophomore Keifer Zimmerman. Vertically challenged senior Bekah McClellan will most likely set half of a rotation from the back row, with sophomore Abby Benz possibly moving from middle to setter to set the other half of the rotation, utilizing her intelligence and quickness. After setting last season, athletic junior Sadie Nier will most likely move to the middle, to provide a little more net play for the Blazers. Senior Elisebeth Hovland played front row right side last season, and is probably a frontrunner to retain that spot. Talented sophomores Maddy Sabel, Maddie Knetzger, and Amanda Baneck will all challange for playing time as the season goes on.

Schedule Outlook: As with previous years, the Blazers pride themselves on playing one of the toughest D4 schedules in the state, and this year will be no different. The Blazers will play 48 matches before regional play begins, and of those 48 matches, as few as three will be against other D4 schools. As for regional play, the Blazers have been moved to the southeast sectional, where they are in the same half bracket as potentially quality teams such as Hilbert, Sheboygan Area Lutheran, Lake Country Lutheran, and Living Word Lutheran. After finishing fifth in conference last season, I don?t see any reason why the Blazers can?t at least crack the top half of the conference, potentially being in the top two or three.
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Although the first round of dual matches don?t happen until September 6th, with matches starting tomorrow I figured I better get in some completely blind predictions before any results come in.

Predicted Order to Finish
1.         Kewaunee
2.         Oconto
3.         N.E.W. Lutheran
4.         Sturgeon Bay
5.         Sevastopol
6.         Southern Door
7.         Algoma
8.         Gibraltar

Pre-Season All-Conference
All-Around/Front Row: Kelsey Stangel, Kewaunee; Laken James, Oconto; Cora Buadhium, Southern Door; Sara DePouw, Oconto; Keifer Zimmerman, N.E.W. Lutheran, and Lucy Bley, Sevastopol
Setter: Hannah Miller, Oconto and Kiley Heim, Kewaunee
Libero/DS: Jill Kleiman, Kewaunee
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From Press Gazette, August 23rd:

Girls volleyball roundup: Seymour wins title of Southern Door Invitational

BRUSSELS ? Seymour beat Southern Door 25-20, 27-25 in the championship match of the Southern Door Invitational volleyball tournament Wednesday.

Seymour went 3-0 in pool play, then beat Hilbert 27-25, 25-17 in the semifinals.

Megan Nagel had 32 kills and 40 digs; Kristina Herman had 37 kills, 26 digs and 12 aces; Brianna VerVoort had 93 assists; and Qinn Van De Hei had 45 digs for the Thunder.

Sturgeon Bay went 2-3 at the tournament. Jackie Herlache recorded a team-high 10 aces and 36 digs, Natalie Rose added eight aces, six kills and 12 assists and Emilie Schartner had 11 kills, eight blocks, and 21 digs.

? Kewaunee swept Gibraltar and Mishicot in a triangular on Tuesday night. Kelsey Stangel had 17 assists, Kiley Heim made 17 assists and Jill Kleiman tallied 12 digs to lead the Storm.

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NEW Lutheran went 0-5 at the Sheboygan South Invitational yesterday. They lost to GB Southwest (1-2), Wisconsin Rapids (1-2), Kenosha St. Joe (1-2), Brown Deer (0-2), and Port Washington (1-2)
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8/23 Press Gazette:

? REEDSVILLE ? Sturgeon Bay won a pair of matches at the Reedsville Season Opener, defeating host Reedsville 25-20, 25-20, 21-25 and topping Freedom 17-25, 25-17, 25-12. Emilie Schartner led the Clippers with 20 points on the night.
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Volleyball: Sturgeon Bay wins Reedsville triangular
Sevastopol sweeps Marinette

Sturgeon Bay went 2-0 in a nonconference high school volleyball triangular Thursday night in Reedsville.

The Clippers beat Reedsville, 25-20, 25-20, 21-25, and then came back to defeat Freedom, 17-25, 25-17, 25-12.

?In my three years of coaching, this is the first time we?ve beat Freedom, so that was a plus for us,? said Clippers coach Kim Herlache. ?I?m really glad with the start of our season.?

No individual statistics were available.

? AT INSTITUTE: Sevastopol swept Marinette in a nonconference dual meet Thursday night by scores of 25-23, 25-18, 25-23.

?It was exciting to see the team stay so well composed in close games,? said Pioneers coach Mary Volkmann. ?They remained focused, never gave up and were able to finish the games strong.?

Lucy Bley had 14 digs, seven kills and four blocks; and Cassie Borkovetz 19 digs and four ace serves for the Pioneers.

? AT SOUTHERN DOOR: Southern Door went 4-1 and placed second in its eight-team tournament Wednesday.

The Eagles beat Hilbert (25-20, 25-21), Marinette (25-11, 25-12) and Wausaukee (25-12, 25-15) in pool play. In the playoff round, they defeated Sturgeon Bay (16-25, 25-21, 15-11) before losing to Seymour (20-25, 25-27) in the championship match.

The Eagles? Cora Baudhuin had 44 kills and 12 blocks, Rachel Andres 10 service aces, and LaRae Bagnall 62 set assists for the tournament.

Sturgeon Bay finished 2-3. The Clippers beat Green Bay West (25-8, 25-10) and Iowa-Grant (20-25, 26-24, 15-12) and lost to Seymour (12-25, 20-25) in pool play, then lost in the playoff round to Southern Door and Hilbert (4-25, 10-25).

The Clippers? Natalie Rose had 26 service points and 12 set assists, Jackie Herlache 21 points and 36 digs, and Emilie Schartner 11 spike kills and eight blocks for the tournament.

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Kewaunee County volleyball results, via the Kewaunee Star News:

Algoma volleyball takes second place
The Algoma volleyball team went 8-4 at the Crivitz Tournament on Aug. 21. The Wolves fell to Wabeno in the championship round.

?I was happy with how we looked for our opener, but we still have much to work on until we are playing to our potential,? Coach Cindy Koss said.

Karissa Koss (32 kills, 12 serving aces, 19 digs, 5 blocks, 8 saves) and McKenzie Mueller (72 assists, 6 saves, 12 serving aces) stood out for Algoma.

Storm volleyball sweeps Brillion
The Kewaunee volleyball squad beat Brillion three games to none on Aug. 28. Kewaunee won the first game 25-12 and the other two by identical 25-15 margins.

To lead the Storm, Kelsey Stangel had 12 kills and 4 aces, Taelor Allen had 16 assists, Jill Kleiman had 8 digs, and Amanda Bultman had 4 blocks.

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results and write ups from last nights game via the gb press gazette

ALGOMA ? Karley Wery had 11 kills, McKenzie Muller totaled 16 assists and Karissa Koss added 14 digs as Algoma swept Sturgeon Bay 25-10, 25-18, 25-22.

Natalie Rose had five aces and Jackie Herlache had nine digs for the Clippers.

? Ivy Van Beaver had 13 digs and seven kills to lead the host N.E.W. Blazers past Gibraltar in straight sets 25-14, 25-23, 25-21.

?KEWAUNEE ? Kelsey Stangel had a team-high 13 kills and Kiley Heim added 15 assists as Kewaunee beat Southern Door 25-23, 25-22, 25-11.

Alyssa Dantoin had eight kills for the Eagles.

?OCONTO ? Hannah Miller had 25 assists and seven digs and Dani Schilawski had 15 digs and four aces as Oconto (7-1, 1-0) swept Sevastopol 25-8, 25-11, 25-8.
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Door County Advocate Article:

Volleyball: Suring storms back to beat Pioneers

The Sevastopol High School volleyball team got off to a fast start, but then dropped three straight games and lost to Suring, 25-8, 16-25, 20-25, 18-25, in a nonconference match Tuesday night in Institute.

?The first game was a total team effort,? Pioneers coach Mary Volkmann said. ?We gelled as a team and played very well. The other games, we lacked confidence, beat ourselves ? instead of us being aggressive, playing our game, we let them back in. And they didn?t make the mistakes we did.?

Lucy Bley set the tone in the first game for the Pioneers with her strong play. Bley ended up with 10 kills, four blocks and 12 digs for the night.

?Lucy had a fantastic night. In that first game, she was definitely on,? Volkmann said. ?We were passing the ball, and the setters were able to get the ball to her.?

Also for Sevastopol, Cassie Borkovetz had eight kills and Maddi Jilot had seven service aces.

The Pioneers open Packerland Conference play Thursday at Oconto. Other conference openers include Sturgeon Bay at Algoma, Gibraltar at Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran and Southern Door at Kewaunee.

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Door County Advocate Recap of Thursday's games:

Volleyball: Conference season opens with four sweeps

Defending champion Kewaunee swept Southern Door, 25-23, 25-22, 25-11, Thursday night to open the Packerland Conference high school volleyball season.

It was a three-and-out night throughout the league, with Algoma defeating Sturgeon Bay, 25-10, 25-18, 25-22; Oconto beating Sevastopol, 25-8, 25-11, 25-9; and Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran dropping Gibraltar, 25-14, 25-23, 25-21.

? AT KEWAUNEE: The Storm picked up right where it left off last season, when it went undefeated in Packerland Conference duals.

?Kewaunee is a very solid team,? said Southern Door coach Melissa Schley. ?They cover the court extremely well, and they have very strong hitters and blockers. We had missed opportunities in the first and second sets where we didn?t execute, but overall I was happy with the effort the girls gave (in those games). They really got after it and wouldn?t let the ball drop.?

Kelsey Stangel had 13 kills to lead the Storm.

Alyssa Dantoin had eight kills, Cora Baudhuin seven kills and two blocks, and LaRae Bagnall 12 set assists for the Eagles.

? AT ALGOMA: The Wolves won the first game by 15 points and then pulled out two closer sets to finish off Sturgeon Bay.

?Algoma served very well, and we had at least 12 missed serves in the three sets,? said Sturgeon Bay coach Kim Herlache. ?We had a rough go with our serving and serve-receive.?

For the Clippers, Natalie Rose had 15 service points, including five aces, Emilie Schartner six blocks and four kills, Jackie Herlache nine digs, and Caroline Miller seven set assists.

? AT OCONTO: The Blue Devils opened the match with a 17-point win and didn?t let up against Sevastopol.

?Oconto has an excellent team and they play at a very high level,? said Sevastopol coach Mary Volkmann. ?Despite the scores, I was pleased with our team play. We have had issues with serving, missing anywhere from 10 to 20 per match. (This match), we only missed two. I am optimistic that if we continue to clean things up on our side of the net, good things will come.?

Lucy Bley had seven kills and four blocks, and Carli Tebo had six digs and five kills for the Pioneers.

? AT GREEN BAY: Gibraltar gave N.E.W. Lutheran two close games after a slow start, but couldn?t get over the hump.

?We made a lot of errors at the net, and that?s really what it came down to,? said Vikings coach Lauren Bremer. ?The first game we did not come out to play. We were neck and neck and they got a run and that was it. The second and third games were closer and we fought back, but not enough.?

For the Vikings, Andrea Nelson had 14 set assists, Ella Jacobs four kills and two blocks, Helen Hecht five digs and three kills, and Megan Swain four kills.


        W         L
Algoma         1         0
Kewaunee         1         0
N.E.W. Lutheran         1         0
Oconto         1         0
Gibraltar         0         1
Sevastopol         0         1
Southern Door         0         1
Sturgeon Bay         0         1

Tuesday's matches: Oconto at Gibraltar; Kewaunee at Sevastopol; Algoma at Southern Door; Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran at Sturgeon Bay.

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Oconto County Reporter's Oconto Blue Devils Preview, written by Kent Tempus:

Volleyball preview: Coach excited about Blue Devils' prospects
DePouw leads experienced lineup

When Oconto volleyball coach Nancee Bucheger is running a hitting drill, she watches out when Sara DePouw comes to the head of the line.

DePouw, last year?s Packerland Conference Co-Player of the Year, is one of the few players during Bucheger?s long coaching tenure to make her wince from the power of a spike.

?I haven?t done that for a long time,? Bucheger said.

Not that Bucheger or the rest of the Blue Devils team are concerned about DePouw not hitting where she?s aiming. Everyone tends to pause when DePouw takes her turn.

?We end up watching because it?s so fun,? Bucheger said. ?It?s exciting when an athlete can learn to place their kills.?

DePouw, a 6-1 senior, has honed her court skills for years with club play and hard off-season training. Bucheger said she?s showing increased confidence on the court.

With three other seniors, four juniors and two freshmen for good measure, Bucheger is excited about the team?s prospects in 2012.

?Hopefully, we?ll be competing for conference championship and making a run at state,? she said.

Standing in their way will again be Kewaunee. Two seasons ago, the Blue Devils topped the Storm twice during the regular season and then in the sectional semifinal. Kewaunee returned the favor last year, closing out Oconto?s season at 28-9.

Joining DePouw for this year?s campaign will be senior Hannah Miller and junior Laken James, both second team all-conference selections last year as well as seniors Danielle Schilawski and Selena Clark. They are the team?s returning letter winners.

James, Bucheger said, is ?swinging very hard at the ball.? Schilawski, she added, is doing an exceptional job as libero.

?She really has matured defensively,? she said.

Bucheger also noted the efforts of freshman Kelly Stewart, who plays all-around.

?Her athleticism does a lot of things for our team,? Bucheger said. ?She makes some young mistakes, but will be a big help.?

Other members of the team are freshman Carlee Behnke, sophomores Emily Shallow, Marly Thomson and Mykala Moes, and juniors Amber Westphal and Guinna Dickinson. Brian Garrigan and Heather Thomson are the assistant coaches.

The Blue Devils, who won their Oconto Invite on Aug. 21, 4-0, are showing solid team chemistry, Bucheger noted.

?It should be a fun season,? she said. ?I encourage everyone to come out and watch us play. They?re just that fun.?

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write ups from the gb press gazette on some of this weekend tourneys and games

SHAWANO ? Oconto edged Oconto Falls 25-23, 25-22 on Saturday in the championship match of the Shawano Invitational girls volleyball tournament.

Sara DePouw had 59 kills, 10 blocks and 36 digs to pace the Blue Devils (12-1). Laken James chipped in with 41 kills and 46 digs, and Hannah Miller dished out 89 assists.

For Oconto Falls, Mckenna Larsen had 10 aces, 69 kills, 67 digs, 57 assists; Carly Lemke added 34 kills and eight blocks; and Liz Watzka had 58 assists.

Franklin finished third, followed by Shawano, Kewaunee, Valders, Peshtigo and Clintonville.

Kelsey Stangel had 36 kills to lead Kewaunee, as they finished in fifth place.

? ALGOMA ? Karley Wery had 21 kills and nine aces to lead Algoma to the title of the Algoma Tournament.

The Wolves finished 8-0, followed by Two Rivers at 5-3, Tri-County and Wausaukee at 3-5 and Gillett at 1-7.

Anna Dier added 18 kills and 17 blocks, and McKenzie Mueller had 47 assists for Algoma (9-2-1). Lauren Edlbeck and Sara Wickman combined for 41 kills for Wausaukee.

OSHKOSH ? Southern Door won the Oshkosh Lourdes Tournament, going 13-1 in sets. Cora Baudhuin had 59 kills and Larae Bagnall had 73 assists for Southern Door

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? FISH CREEK ? Oconto swept Gibraltar 25-15, 25-14, 25-8.

Sara DePouw led the way with 15 kills and 15 digs, Laken James added 10 kills and a team-high 16 digs and Hannah Miller dished out 31 assists to lead Oconto (13-1, 2-0).

STURGEON BAY ? Abby Benz had 11 assists as N.E.W. Lutheran defeated Sturgeon Bay 25-21, 25-20, 25-22.

Emily Schartner had 10 kills to lead the Clippers.

? INSTITUTE ? Kelsey Stangel had 22 kills and Kiley Heim dished out 29 assists as Kewaunee defeated Sevastopol in straight sets (25-20, 25-10, 25-12).

? BRUSSELS ? Cora Baudhuin and Alyssa Dantoin each had seven kills as Southern Door defeated Algoma 25-16, 25-8, 21-25, 25-7.
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