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Algoma football earns fourth straight win convincingly

The Algoma Wolves earned their fourth straight win on Friday when they rolled on to a 54-6 victory over Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Algoma has now scored 50 or more points in two straight games. The 4-1 Wolves take on Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas on Friday, October 1st, and Lena-STA will be coming off of a short week, as they play Saturday against Sevastopol. That game will begin at 7:00 PM in Lena. 

Algoma football returns home to face Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran

The Algoma Wolves ride a three-game winning into Perry Field on Friday night when they host Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran.


The Wolves have not lost since their opening week defeat at Florence. Last week they got off to a strong start but had to fend off a pesky Gibraltar squad for a 50-42 victory. Carter Zimmerman scored a total of six touchdowns while passing for 115 yards and rushing for another 280 in the win. 


The United are winless in the fall season as they look to replace the production of Marshal Bukowski. Caleb Gosse scored the only touchdown of the game for the United in last week's 32-8 loss to Sevastopol.


Kick off is set for 7 p.m.

Wolves cross country runs as a pack in Mishicot

All three girls cross country runners finished close together during Thursday's Jim Bremser Invitational held in Mishicot on Thursday. 


The trio of Morgan Mattson, Savanna Daul, and Julia Vandervest finished with 11 places and 90 seconds of each other. At three runners, they did not have enough to qualify as a full team. 



64102Morgan MattsonAlgomaF000:26:05.77

69101Savanna DaulAlgomaF000:26:55.09

75104Julia VandervestAlgomaF000:27:36.43


Wolves volleyball wins close sets to defeat Storm

In a Kewaunee County special, Algoma defeated Kewaunee in volleyball in three sets, two of which were very close. Algoma won their sets by scores of 25-22, 25-12, and 26-24. In the match for Algoma, Emily Kirchman had 5 kills and 5 blocks, MyLee Jones had 6 kills, Ryley Zimmerman reached 4 aces and 14 digs, while Amelia Robinson had 10 assists and Hannah Nell had 9 assists and 4 kills. 


According to, Algoma now has a 2-7 overall record and will face Gibraltar on Tuesday. With the loss, Kewaunee’s record is now 4-3 overall and they host Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday. 

Storm set to visit Wolves for volleyball match

Kewaunee and Algoma will have their first and possibly only showdown of the season on Thursday in Algoma. The Wolves are looking to over the one-win mark and get their first non-tournament win of the season. Algoma's win this season came against Mishicot at the Reedsville Invite. Kewaunee has gone back and forth with wins and losses since their third game of the season. The Storm will try and win back-to-back games for the first time since the beginning of September when they won their first two games of the year. Kewaunee won the match between the two teams in the spring by a 3-0 score. First serve of Thursday’s match is at 7:00 PM at Algoma High School. 


(Photo from Kewaunee PR Committee)

Wolves volleyball making way to West De Pere

The Algoma Wolves volleyball team will get a tune-up match on Tuesday when they head to West De Pere. The Wolves will try for better fortunes than their last time out, when they went five sets but ended up falling to Valley Christian. The Wolves come into the game with a 1-7 overall record. Their opponent, West De Pere, has also had their fair share of struggles, as they have a 2-7 record on the season. First serve for Tuesday’s matchup is scheduled for 7:00 PM. 

Algoma holds off Gibraltar in conference football opener

It was a tale of two halves that saw Algoma escape Fish Creek with a 50-42 win over Gibraltar Friday night in the MONLPC-East opener.


The decisive quarter proved to be the second for the Wolves, which outscored the Wolves 22-6 to go into halftime with a 36-12 lead.  They would need every one of those points as the Vikings would shutout out the Wolves in the third quarter before going on a 24-14 run in the fourth.


Carter Zimmerman continued to make his case for conference player of the year with six total touchdowns on the game. He found Kaden Vardon for all three of his passing touchdowns and rushed for three of his own. Zimmerman put up 364 offensive yards, including 269 yards on 40 carries.


Sam Lindenberg did his best to match Zimmermann, throwing for 184 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 148 yards and two scores. Braden Sitte led all receivers with 114 yards receiving on four catches for two touchdowns. 


The Wolves look to stay perfect in conference play when they host NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation. The Vikings will look to break their three-game slide at Gillett. Both games will kickoff at 7 p.m.

Wolves soccer held scoreless against Green Bay NEW Lutheran

The Algoma Wolves boys soccer team was unable to get on the board in their Thursday loss to Green Bay NEW Lutheran. The loss drops the Wolves record to 0-5 so far this season. The Wolves went into the half down 3-0, and the momentum continued for GB NEW Lutheran in the second half. GB NEW Lutheran’s Lucas Dhein had four goals. The Wolves will play against Gibraltar/Sevastopol on Thursday in their next matchup. The Wolves will be the host. 

Algoma football looks to keep momentum rolling against Gibraltar

Looking at how the regular season has gone, it is hard to believe the Algoma football team ever took a year off.


COVID is to blame for the Wolves never taking to the gridiron for a game last school year with the virus' uncertainty forcing the team to do only intrasquad work in the fall and numbers impacting any attempt at playing in the spring. Algoma head coach Wade Vandervest says they tried to take advantage of the time to install some new things and to get a young team stronger. 

Carter Zimmerman has been key to the Wolves' 2-1 start, especially in last week's 26-6 win over Suring where he threw for 147 yards and one touchdown and rushed for 120 yards and two scores. Vandervest says there are plenty of other players contributing as well.

The Vikings fell to Laona-Wabeno last Saturday 38-22. Sam Lindenberg and Giuseppe Mercier scored rushing touchdowns and Braden Sitte registered one through the air to put points up for the Vikings. 


Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Broadcast coverage of Gibraltar football on 105.1 The GOAT will return next week when the Vikings travel to Gillett. 


You can listen to our full interviews with Gibraltar head coach Mike Peck and Algoma head coach Wade Vandervest by clicking on the links. 

Wolves volleyball trying to end losing streak on Thursday

The Algoma Wolves will try to get their first win since their early season win in the Reedsville Invite, when they visit Green Bay-NEW Lutheran-Providence Academy on Thursday. Overall, Algoma is 1-5 coming into the matchup, nearly matching GB NEW Lutheran’s 1-4 record. First serve on Thursday is scheduled for 7:00 PM. 


Algoma soccer hosting Green Bay/NEW Lutheran

The Algoma Wolves boys soccer team will have home field advantage when they go for their first win of the season against Green Bay NEW/Lutheran on Thursday. Algoma comes into the game with an 0-5 record, and GB-New Lutheran is 1-7-1 overall. In games with familiar opponents, GB-New Lutheran lost 7-0 to Sturgeon Bay and 2-1 to Gibraltar/Sevastopol. Thursday’s game will take place in Algoma at 4:30 PM. 

Algoma soccer blanked by Roncalli-Two Rivers

The Algoma Wolves boys soccer team gave up two goals in each half of their 4-0 loss to Roncalli-Two Rivers on Tuesday. With the loss to the Jets, the Wolves are now 0-5 and have a shot at the first win on Thursday when they take on Green Bay/NEW Lutheran, who has a 1-7-1 record. The two teams have familiar opponents, as Green Bay/NEW Lutheran fell 7-0 to Sturgeon Bay and 2-1 to Gibraltar/Sevastopol earlier this season. That game will begin at 4:30 PM in Algoma. 

Wolves soccer traveling to go for first win

The Algoma boys soccer team will visit Roncalli-Two Rivers on Tuesday and try to get over the winning hurdle for the first time this season. The Wolves are 0-3 overall to this point with their last loss being a 2-1 defeat to Mayville. According to wissports, Roncalli-Two Rivers is 4-1 this season, but hasn’t played since their September 2nd victory over Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Tuesday’s contest will begin at 4:30 PM at Roncalli HIgh School. 


Wolves football travels to Suring

The Algoma football team hopes to extend their winning streak to two with a trip to Suring on deck for Friday night.


The Wolves outscored the Wausaukee Rangers 22-6 in the fourth quarter en route to a 44-28 victory after trailing at halftime. Quarterback Carter Zimmerman trails only Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg on the conference leaderboard for passing (267 yards) and rushing (233 yards) through two games.


The Eagles scored 34 unanswered points in its 34-6 win over Sevastopol last week after dropping its season opener. 


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Algoma volleyball stays home to face Oconto

The Algoma volleyball team looks for a bounceback performance in front of its home crowd on Thursday. 


The Wolves lost its last match 3-1 to Peshtigo, capturing the second set in that contest. It captured its first win two weeks ago with 2-1 victory over Chilton in its tournament held at Reedsville. 


The Blue Devils swept all four matches of its invite earlier this year, including a 2-0 win over the Wolves.  No results were posted from their last scheduled match against Gibraltar.


First serve is set for 7 p.m.

Wolves cross country hold their own at home meet

The Algoma Wolves cross country team welcomed teams from northeast Wisconsin on Tuesday for a home meet at Peterson Park.


The school did not field any boys and did not have enough runners to qualify as a complete team. Veronica Ramirez posted a top 25 performance with a time of 28:57 on the hilly 5K course.



1.25.12Veronica Ramirez28:57.50Algoma

2.27.11Savanna Daul29:09.30Algoma

3.32.12Morgan Mattson30:17.60Algoma

Algoma hosts cross country meet Thursday

The Algoma cross country team will have home course advantage when it hosts several teams for an invite Tuesday afternoon. 


The Wolves will take on Crivitz, Denmark, Lena, Mishicot, N.E.W. Lutheran - Green Bay, NEWCHAA  (Northeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschoolers Athletic Associaton), Oconto, Providence Academy (Green Bay), Southern Door, Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, Wausaukee, and Wolf River Lutheran.


The Wolves have not raced since it competed at the Chief K Invitational at Gibraltar late last month.


The first race is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Algoma volleyball downed by Peshtigo

Despite a victory in the first set, Algoma couldn’t get past Peshtigo on Thursday night. Algoma won set one 25-19, but then lost the next three by scores of 25-20, 25-17, and 25-12. In the contest, Makayline Buck had 20 digs, Amelia Robinson had 6 assists, Ryley Zimmerman had 6 kills, Emily Kirchman had 5 blocks, and Hannah Nell grabbed 3 aces. The Wolves are now 1-4 on the season and they face Oconto on Thursday. 

Algoma hosts Wausaukee in MONLPC crossover

East meets West for a second straight week as Algoma welcomes Wausaukee to Perry Field Thursday night.


The Wolves found themselves down 14 early last week against Florence but stood tall the rest of the way even in its 14-6 defeat. Carter Zimmermann struggled at quarterback with three interceptions but registered the Wolves' only touchdown in the third quarter as a part of a 77-yard night. 


The Rangers were led by a four-touchdown night by quarterback Kaden Stumbris en route to a 30-6 storm shortened game against Sevastopol last week.


The kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Wolves fall to Florence in football opener

The Algoma football team shook off the rust in its first game in two years Friday, losing to Florence 14-6.


Florence did all of its scoring in the first half, finding the endzone on a pair of running plays. The Wolves finally got on the scoreboard in the third quarter on a one-yard touchdown carry by Carter Zimmerman. He finished the day with 77 yards rushing and 85 yards passing. Three players had double-digit tackles on the night, including 15 from Kaden Vardon. 

Algoma volleyball opens season with Reedsville Tournament

The Algoma volleyball team will play matches for breakfast when they open their season in Reedsville Friday morning.


The Wolves lost their only All-Packerland player Hannah Wiese to graduation last season.


Chilton, Kiel, Mishicot, Ozaukee, Roncalli, Two Rivers, and Winnebago Lutheran Academy are also scheduled to participate when play opens at 8:30 a.m. 

Daul leads Wolves in Chief K Invite

The Algoma Wolves girls' cross country team opened their season on Thursday at the Chief Kahquados Invitational.


The Wolves did not field a boys squad, so the five-member girls' team had to figure out the course on their own without feedback from the previous race. Savanna Daul ran a 27:30 5K time, which was good enough to lead the Wolves and take 68th overall. The Wolves finished in 11th place with a team score of 260.


1.  68.  11  Savanna Daul  27:30.11

2.  73.  12  Veronica Ramirez  27:58.46

3.  75.  12  Julia Vandervest  28:10.36

4.  83.  12  Morgan Mattson  28:55.67

5.  88.  11  Megan Stoller  29:40.66


Blahnik adds more hardware in discus

Algoma's Bobbi Blahnik found herself on the medal stand a second time on Thursday at the Division 3 State Meet in LaCrosse.


Her best throw of the day was her first one, netting her a toss of 110-0 feet. That was good for second place after the first toss. Blahnik would go on to scratch three times while trying to best that distance, getting as far as 107-10 feet. Blahnik earlier in the day won second place in shot put.


It was the second time she double-medaled at the state meet, having taken 3rd place and 8th place in the shot put and discus respectively in 2019. 


Picture Courtesy of Algoma School District

Blahnik earns silver at state

Algoma will be leaving Lacrosse this weekend with a thrower on the podium as Bobbi Blahnik came away with second place in the Division 3 girls shot put on Thursday. Blahnik out-threw her rank, coming in the third seed. She got the second place mark with a throw of 39-8.00. Blahnik was just under four feet shy of the championship mark. 


Blahnik also competed in the discus on Thursday, and placed sixth. She came into that event ranked third as well. With the double-event performance at the state meet including being near the top in shot put, Blahnik’s season comes to an end.



Algoma's Blahnik carries tradition to state

The Blahnik family name is already well known before Bobbi ever picks up a discus or a shotput at the Division 3 State Track Meet on Thursday.


Blahnik is ranked third in both the shot put (38-06.00) and the discus (115-05). She'll be pushed not just by the best throwers in the state during second flight, but also by history. Her big sister Kennedy holds the state record in both events (49-01.50 shot put, 161-00.50 discus)  and her dad Dean has been coaching track for decades.


The field events begin at 11 a.m. Thursday.