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Algoma High School

Wolves baseball advances with win over Indians

The Algoma Wolves' season will continue thanks to a 7-3 win over Weyauwega-Fremont in Thursday's opening round of the WIAA Baseball Tournament.

 

Algoma got on the board early with two runs in the first with a 2 RBI single by Jordan Fenendael. In the 2nd, Chase Romdenne got on an error, stole 2nd, and Carson Leist singled to left, scoring Romdenne. The Warhawks scratched across 1 in the third on an unearned run. 

 

Algoma countered with 3 in the 3rd. Braeden Leist singled to lead off the bottom of the 4th, stole 2nd, and advanced to third on an error. Fenendael's hard-hit ball scored Leist from third. Algoma would load the bases, scoring two on a walk and a past ball. Grant Vandervest finished the scoring by drawing a bases-loaded walk, scoring Fenendael.

 

Prokash struck out the side on the 4th, 3 of his ten on the day

 

The bottom of the fourth was similar to the third. Braeden Leist singled, stole second, and advanced to third on a play. Fenendael struck out swinging, but the passed ball scored Leist from third. The team was leading 7-1 after 5.

 

W-F would add single tallies in the 6th and 7th but a strikeout looking by pinch hitter Jason Hansen with the bases loaded in the top of the 7th, securing the win for the Wolves.

 

Algoma advances to play the 5th-seeded Brillion Lions, who advanced by beating 13th-seeded Manawa 12-2 on Tuesday in Brillion. 

 

Also, with a win by the Gibraltar Vikings over Kewaunee, Algoma shares the Packerland Conference Championship for the 1st time since 2009

Algoma track athletes earn personal records in season finale

You will not see Algoma represented at next week's state track meet, but you will still find plenty of good performances from their afternoon at the Rosholt sectional.

 

Brennan Buckman (pole vault) and Alex Kirchman (3200m) each posted their personal bests in their respective events, with Buckman coming in fifth place. On the girls side, Gerdmann placed outside of the top four but still registered points in the shot put and discus.

 

Mens Results

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

14.11Alex Kirchman11:24.43aPRAlgoma

 

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

16.9

Jack Meverden

10

Aiden Moen

11

Wyatt Fay

10

Brennan Buckman

3:50.82a

Algoma

 

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals

15.11John Kirchman106-05Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

5.10Brennan Buckman11-06.00PRAlgoma

 

Womens Results

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

15.9

Ellie Reif

11

Emily Reif

11

Vivika Meverden

9

Estella Marrero

4:54.08a

Algoma

 

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

6.12Faith Gerdmann34-03.00Algoma

 

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

8.12Faith Gerdmann107-03Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

13.9Estella Marrero7-06.00Algoma

Wolves edge St. Mary's Springs for regional championship on 104.1 WRLU

The #1 Algoma Wolves capitalized on an error in the fifth inning to comeback and beat the #4 St. Mary's Springs Ledgers 2-1 in the Division 4 Regional championship on Thursday at Peterson Park.

 

The Wolves fell behind 1-0 in the second inning on a RBI single by Gracie Konkel for the Ledgers.

 

St. Mary’s Springs carried the lead into the bottom of the fourth inning when Ryley Zimmerman led off with a single and advanced to second on a fielder's choice.  That set the stage for Nora Krause who delivered an RBI single to score Ryley tying the game 1-1.

 

The top of the fifth inning saw the Ledgers score the potential lead run on a tag up at second base and score by Konkel on a deep fly ball to right field.  But Konkel was called out after an appeal by Algoma that she left too early from second base.

 

The Wolves would then take the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning when Jayden Nellis scored from second base on a ground ball throw that was dropped at first base for an error with two outs.

 

Macie Zimmerman took over from there for the Wolves, retiring the final eight batters and striking out the side in the seventh to end the game.

 

 

 

Zimmerman struck out nine batters while only allowing one run on four hits in going the distance for the complete game win. 

 

St. Mary’s Springs finishes the season at 11-13. 

 

The Wolves (23-3) will now head to the sectionals to play #2 Random Lake who defeated St. Mary’s Catholic, on Tuesday in Algoma.  

 

 

 

Wolves host St. Mary's Springs in regional final on 104.1 WRLU

The #1 Algoma Wolves (22-3) will now play host to the #4 St. Mary's Springs Ledgers (11-12) in the Division 4 Regional championship on Thursday at Peterson Park.

The Wolves took care of business on Tuesday defeating the #8 Roncalli Jets 8-1 and the #4 Ledgers defeated the Reedsville Panthers 10-0 in five innings.

Macie Zimmerman delivered a stellar performance striking out 17 batters while only allowing one run on three hits in going the distance for the complete game win.  She along with Brooke Mattson and Nora Krause had three hits to power the Wolves offense. 

St. Mary’s Springs finished fourth in the Flyway Conference with an 8-6 record.  The only common opponent between the two teams is Reedsville, whom Algoma beat 11-1 at home in the first game of the season back in March.   

The pregame will start at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  Paul Schmitt will have the call of the game which will also be streamed on NewRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Wolves ground Jets in Regional Semis on 104.1 WRLU

The #1 seeded Algoma Wolves took care of business on Tuesday by downing the #8 Roncalli Jets in a Division 4 WIAA Softball Regional semi-final at Peterson Park.

Algoma jumped out in the first inning with two runs and never looked back.  Macie Zimmerman delivered a stellar performance striking out 17 while only allowing one run on three hits in going the distance for the complete game winWatch the final strikeout by Zimmerman here. 

At the plate, Zimmerman helped her cause going 3x3 with two doubles and two RBIs.  Brooke Mattson and Nora Krause added three hits apiece for the Wolves attack.

Roncalli’s Gretchen Kapic took the loss allowing 11 hits and seven earned runs in six innings.

Algoma (22-3) will now play host to #4 St. Mary's Springs in the Division 4 regional championship on Thursday at Peterson Park.

The pregame will start at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  Paul Schmitt will have the call of the game which will also be streamed on NewRadioSportsNetwork.com.

 

 

Gerdmann sweeps throws at Hilbert Regional

A strong season for Algoma's track and field athletes will continue on Thursday after great showings at Monday's WIAA Regional Meet in Hilbert.

 

Of note was thrower Faith Gerdmann, who won the shot put by two feet and the discus by four feet. You can find a full list of sectional qualifiers from Algoma below.

 

Boys Discus: John Kirchman

Boys Pole Vault: Brennan Buckman

Girls Shot Put: Faith Gerdmann

Boys 100m hurdles: Aiden Moen

Girls 4x400m Relay

Boys 4x400m Relay

Girls Discus: Faith Gerdmann

Girls Pole Vault: Estella Marrero

Boys 3200m Run: Alex Kirchman

 

Full results can be found here

Wolves host Jets as the road to Madison begins on 104.1 WRLU

The #1 seeded Algoma Wolves (21-3) will host the #8 Roncalli Jets (3-15) in a Division 4 WIAA Softball Regional semi-final in Algoma.

 

Roncalli beat #9 Gibraltar/Washington Island last Thursday 11-6 in the regional quarter-final in Manitowoc.

 

Algoma, champions of the Packerland Conference, is coming off a big non-conference 4-2 win over Bay Port 4-2 last Thursday.  Macie Zimmerman delivered the game's big blow, registering a two-run double in the third inning to spearhead the Wolves’ offense. Zimmerman was the winning pitcher, allowing one earned run on five hits while striking out seven Pirates in going the distance.

 

Roncalli finished 0-12 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference and looks to pull off a big upset against the Wolves who made it to the sectional finals last season in Division 4, before bowing out to Iola-Scandinavia 3-2.

 

The pregame will start at 4:15 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on 104.1 WRLU.  Paul Schmitt and Shelly Lau will have the call from Peterson Park in Algoma.  The game will also be streamed on NewRadioSportsNetwork.com. 

Big third inning holds for Wolves softball against Bay Port

On Thursday, the Algoma Wolves softball team beat Bay Port 4-2 on their home turf in Suamico, thanks to a three-run third inning.

 

Macie Zimmerman delivered the game's big blow, registering a two-run double in the inning that was preceded by a run-scoring error on the Pirates. The host Pirates got one of those runs back in the fourth, but the Wolves answered in the fifth with another run scored off an error. 

 

Brooke Mattson, Ryley Zimmerman, Jadyn Nellis, and Megan Zimmer also got hits in the game for the Wolves, while Macie Zimmerman held things down in the circle, along with two runs (1 ER) on five across seven innings while striking out seven Pirates. HaIley Montie and Ava Plumley had two hits a piece, with Montie and Sydney Rau driving in the lone runs for the Pirates in the loss.

 

The Wolves will face Roncalli in their WIAA Tournament opener on Tuesday. The game will be carried on 104.1 WRLU.

Wolves' errors lead to loss to Mishicot

The Algoma Wolves suffered a complete letdown on defense Tuesday, as nine errors led to six unearned runs in a 10-5 home loss to the Mishicot Indians.

Starting Wolves pitcher Parker Lischka took the brunt of the poor defense, as only three of his seven runs allowed were earned in his two innings of work. Lischka did hit a long homer, his third of the season.

Charlie Prokash went 1-3 with two RBIs, and Grant Vendervest had two hits for the Wolves, but it was not enough.

Algoma travels to Marinette on Thursday in another non-conference matchup.  

Field events lead the way for Algoma at Packerlands

The Algoma track and field teams posted several top-five finishes at Monday's Packerland Conference track meet.

 

Faith Gerdmann was the closest to winning her events, taking second place in the shot put and discus. Estella Marrero was also on the doorstep of a win, earning a personal record and a second-place finish in the pole vault. For the boys, Brennan Buckman had his own personal record in the pole vault to lead the Wolves with a third-place finish.

 

Mens Results

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.11Hunter O'Hern26.76aAlgoma

 

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.11Alex Kirchman2:20.69aSRAlgoma

10.9Brayden Brumm2:52.36aPRAlgoma

11.10Chris Wolf2:56.74aPRAlgoma

 

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.11Alex Kirchman5:16.31aAlgoma

 

110m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

4.10Aiden Moen18.58aPRAlgoma

 

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.10Aiden Moen45.70aAlgoma

5.10Brennan Buckman46.68aPRAlgoma

 

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

4.11

Hunter O'Hern

11

Wyatt Fay

9

Jack Meverden

10

Brennan Buckman

47.88a

Algoma - A

 

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals

6.11

Hunter O'Hern

9

Cooper Fay

11

John Kirchman

10

Lane Cochart

1:48.66a

Algoma - A

 

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

4.9

Jack Meverden

10

Aiden Moen

10

Brennan Buckman

9

Cooper Fay

4:06.70a

Algoma - A

 

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals

5.11

Alex Kirchman

11

Tyler Challis

9

Brayden Brumm

9

Cooper Fay

10:07.13a

Algoma - A

 

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

4.12Mason Melohn44-05.50PRAlgoma

 

Discus Varsity - Finals

4.11John Kirchman127-09Algoma

6.10Lane Cochart115-11PRAlgoma

 

High Jump Varsity - Finals

6.10Braden Crewe5-06.00Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

3.10Brennan Buckman11-00.00PRAlgoma

4.11Wyatt Fay10-06.00Algoma

7.9Cooper Fay9-06.00PRAlgoma

 

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

5.11Tyler Challis37-11.00Algoma

9.11Hunter O'Hern32-06.00Algoma

 

Womens Results

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

9.9Ellie Reif33.00aPRAlgoma

14.12Kayleigh Woelfel36.45aAlgoma

 

100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

7.11Emily Reif20.73aPRAlgoma

8.12Zoey Stuth20.83aAlgoma

 

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

9.12Zoey Stuth1:00.70aAlgoma

10.11Emily Reif1:05.53aAlgoma

 

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

9.10

Tessa LeBotte

10

Sylvia Toebe

10

Madelyn Borths

12

Kayleigh Woelfel

1:02.67a

Algoma - A

 

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals

6.9

Ellie Reif

10

Sylvia Toebe

11

Vivika Meverden

10

Tessa LeBotte

2:08.68a

Algoma - A

 

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

5.11

Emily Reif

11

Vivika Meverden

9

Estella Marrero

12

Zoey Stuth

5:14.77a

Algoma - A

 

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

2.12Faith Gerdmann34-03.00Algoma

 

Discus Varsity - Finals

2.12Faith Gerdmann105-08Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

2.9Estella Marrero8-00.00PRAlgoma

10.9Ellie Reif5-06.00Algoma

--10Vicky LiuNHAlgoma

 

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

8.12Zoey Stuth13-09.75Algoma

 

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

9.11Emily Reif27-00.00Algoma

Algoma hosts Packerland Conference Track Championships

The best track athletes in the Packerland Conference will be crowned on Monday at the conference track meet hosted by Algoma.

 

The Wolves will welcome Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay for the meet that will settle the All-Packerland Conference teams and give athletes a tune-up before next Monday's WIAA Regional meets.

 

The first events are scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

Wolves softball hangs 12 on Tigers

The Algoma Wolves scored at least two runs in four of the five innings they played on Friday in their 12-2 win over Wrightstown.

 

Seven Wolves players had at least two hits in the win with Hannah Nell leading the way with three RBI followed by two more from Nora Krause. Brooke Mattson, Ryley Zimmerman, Macie Zimmerman, Natalie Ray, Sierra Slaby, and Jadyn Nellis also knocked in runs in the win. Macie Zimmerman mowed down 11 Tigers from the circle as she picked up the win, allowing two runs (0 ER) and three hits across five innings.

Wolves softball sink Marines on the road

The Algoma softball team capped their afternoon with two-run rallies in the first and seventh innings to beat host Marinette 5-1 on Thursday.

 

Macie Zimmerman did the bulk of the damage for the Wolves, going 4-4 at the plate with two RBI thanks to a double and a home run. She also did it from the circle as well, striking out 11 Marines while allowing one run (1 ER) and three hits across seven innings of work. Hannah Nell went 2-3 including a two-RBI single in the first inning while Nora Krause drove in the other run on a single in the fifth inning.

 

Kaya Bodam drove in the lone run for the Marines.

 

The Wolves will stay in the NEC for their next opponent when they play Wrightstown at 4:30 p.m.

Moen dodges raindrops to pace Wolves at home invite

Algoma's Aiden Moen and Faith Gerdmann led his team at the school's rain-shortened track invitational on Tuesday.

 

Moen posted a fourth-place finish in the boys' 110m hurdles while Gerdmann was the runner-up in the girls' shot put to lead the team before the skies opened up.

 

Full results can be found here.

Algoma softball reschedules doubleheader with Sevastopol for May 14

The regularly scheduled doubleheader between the two top softball teams in the Packerland Conference was washed out on Tuesday, but they won't have to wait too long to settle the score on the diamond.  The Algoma Wolves will now host the twin bill against the Sevastopol Pioneers next Tuesday, May 14.   First Pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. 

Algoma hosts track meet Tuesday

Ten teams, including five from the area, will converge on Algoma on Tuesday for the school's annual track invitational.

 

Algoma, Kewaunee, Sevastopol, Gibraltar, and Sturgeon Bay will join Seymour, NEWCHAA, NEW Lutheran, Little Chute, and Denmark for the invitational, which begins at 3 p.m. with the field events. The boys and girls teams from Little Chute posted double-digit wins over second-place Sturgeon Bay (girls) and Kewaunee (boys) in the meet last year.  

 

In other local track action, Luxemburg-Casco will compete against Bay Port, De Pere, Denmark, Freedom, and Hortonville at West De Pere at the Phantoms' home invite. The first events there begin at 4 p.m.

Wolves softball gets split

The Algoma Wolves' softball team was on either side of one-run decisions on Saturday, losing to Denmark 2-1 and beating Shawano 5-4.

 

In their loss to Denmark, Nora Krause's RBI single tied the game up in the third inning where it would stay before the Vikings took advantage of a Wolves error to drive in the winning run. In addition to Krause's single, Macie Zimmerman and Hannah Nell collected the only other hits for the Wolves. Zimmerman took the loss, going seven innings allowing four hits and two runs (1ER) while striking out three.

 

The Wolves were on the other side of a walk-off against Shawano when Megan Zimmer singled in the winning run. The Hawks jumped out to a 4-1 run lead before the Wolves scored the game's final four runs, including two in the sixth inning to tie the game. Seven different players had hits, but six Hawks errors allowed Krause to register the team's only two RBI.

Wolves' Marrero, Gerdmann earn Seymour Invitational

The Algoma track team continues to post big invitational wins in field events, this time in Seymour on Thursday.

 

For the girls, Estella Marrero won the pole vault with a final height of seven feet while Faith Gerdmann topped the discus ledger by two feet and the shot put by over four feet.

 

For the boys, Aiden Moen posted a second-place finish in the 300m and Mason Melohn finished in third in the shot put.

 

You can find the full results from the meet here.

Algoma softball's offense booms against Oconto

The Algoma Wolves' softball team put up double digit run totals in both ends of their doubleheader sweep of Oconto on Tuesday, beating them 10-3 and 19-6.

 

In game one, the Wolves had a 3-2 lead when Algoma posted five runs in the fourth inning to put the game on ice. Nora Krause dealt the game's biggest blow with a home run, one of her two hits on a four-RBI day. Hannah Nell and Brooke Mattson also posted two hits and drove in a run. Macie Zimmerman went the distance for the Wolves, striking out 12 batters across seven innings while allowing three runs (2 ER) on four hits.

 

In game two, it was a seesaw battle until the end when the Wolves posted 12 runs in the seventh inning. All nine batters registered at least one hit and eight of the nine collected at least one RBI. Nora Krause had the biggest hit of them all with a home run en route to a 3-6, three RBI game. Natalie Ray went 2-4 with four RBI, while Megan Zimmer and Brooke Mattson had three RBI games. Nell took the win as she struck out 13 across seven innings, giving up six runs on 12 hits.

Wolves baseball splits with Blue Devils

The Algoma Wolves played the Oconto Blue Devils to a split on Tuesday in baseball action, losing game one 9-4 before winning game two 8-5.

 

In game one, the Blue Devils jumped out to a 4-0 lead before the Wolves scratched across a run in the second inning on a Parker Lischka single. The Blue Devils would add two more runs in the fourth inning before the two teams traded runs in the sixth and seventh innings. Jack Cole drove in two runs and Charlie Prokash brought home the other run. Carson Leist took the loss, allowing six runs (6 ER) on seven hits in 3 2/3 innings.

 

In game two, the Wolves put up five runs in the third inning to put themselves in the driver's seat the rest of the game. The Blue Devils made a charge in the seventh inning with two runs, but the Wolves held off their rally to secure the split. Lischka, Cole, and Jordan Fenendael combined seven hits with Fenendael doing the heaviest lifting as he went 3-4 and an RBI thanks to a double. Grant Vandervest, Chase Romdenne, and Prokash also tallied RBI in the win. Lischka earned the win, going five innings as he allowed three runs (2 ER) on one hit while striking out six.

 

The Wolves play two against NEW Lutheran on Friday.

Wolves softball sweeps away Storm

The Algoma Wolves softball team swept their Kewaunee County rivals in a pair of matchups on Saturday, beating Kewaunee 5-0 and 13-3.

 

In game one, Macie Zimmerman struck out 12 batters and allowed just three hits in the win. Four Storm errors provided the Wolves' offense a spark as they registered five hits. Brooke Mattson went 2-3 with two RBI. For the Storm, Jenna Rohr suffered the loss, giving up all five runs (2 ER) on five hits across seven innings. Rohr also collected one of Kewaunee's three hits.

 

The bats came out for game two as the Wolves scored nine of their 13 runs in the first two innings as they ended the game by mercy rule after five frames. Nora Krause and Natalie Ray each drove in three runs while Hannah Nell and Macie Zimmerman each had two RBI games. Four Wolves players had multi-hit games. Rohr, Breanna Riha, and Lexi Hanrahan provided the offense for the Storm with RBI. Nell earned the win game two as he struck out five and allowed three runs across five innings. 

Algoma baseball sweeps Kewaunee in offensive oddity

It was a tale of two games for the Algoma and Kewaunee baseball teams on Saturday with the Wolves taking both games by 20-19 and 2-1 margins.

 

In game one, Jack Cole ended the frenzy when he drove in Braden Leist in the bottom of the eighth inning. The two teams combined for 14 runs in the seventh inning to force the extra frame, including six by the host Wolves. Chase Romdenne led the assault going 3-5 with five RBI and a home run. Parker Lischka and Grant Vandervest had three RBI while three others had at least two RBI. The Storm piled up their own impressive statlines in the game with the top of their order all having multi-RBI games. Brady Pribek had five RBI and Waylon Delain had four RBI as they combined for four hits. Ethan Paplham had three RBI and two others drove in a pair.

 

The bats were tired from game one that Grant Vandervest's single in eighth proved to be the difference. Carson Leist drove in the only other run for the Wolves. Leist also had the lone multi-hit game for the Wolves. Ethan Paplham had two hits in the loss for the Storm as Kewaunee scored their only run on an error in the third inning. 

Algoma track holds own at Oconto Falls Invite

The Algoma track team was among the dozen squads at Thursday's Oconto Falls Invitational.

 

Wyatt Fay (3rd, pole vault) and Faith Gerdmann (1st, shot put; 3rd, discus) posted top-three finishes for the Wolves as they finished in the top 10 for both the boys and the girls.

 

You can find the full results here.

 

 

Gerdmann wins shot put at Kewaunee Pent

Faith Gerdmann captured the lone win for the Algoma Track Team at the Kewaunee Pent on Tuesday that was delay for over an hour due to storms in the area.

 

Gerdmann cracked 33 feet for first place in the shot put while she threw over 96 feet in the discus to take second place. Brennan Buckman was the top-performing boy place-wise in the meet, coming in second place in the pole vault. Several members posted personal and season bests in the meet, including Mason Melohn (shot put), Isaac Yunk (discus), Aiden Moen (300m hurdles), Zoey Stuth (100m hurdles), and Emily Reif (300m hurdles) to come in the top three. 
 

Mens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10Brennan Buckman11.990aPRAlgoma

17.11Isaac Yunk12.860aPRAlgoma

18.9Jack Meverden13.013aAlgoma

26.11Mark Vera-Barron14.451aPRAlgoma

27.9Brayden Brumm14.720aAlgoma

28.9Jordan Dukish14.879aPRAlgoma

30.9Preston Borths16.934aPRAlgoma

 

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.11Hunter O'Hern27.173aSRAlgoma

9.11John Kirchman28.440aSRAlgoma

15.11Mark Vera-Barron31.075aSRAlgoma

 

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.9Jack Meverden1:01.340aPRAlgoma

16.9Brayden Brumm1:13.690aAlgoma

110m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.10Aiden MoenNTAlgoma

 

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.10Aiden Moen47.176aPRAlgoma

5.10Brennan Buckman49.459aAlgoma

 

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

5.

--Relay Team

51.513a

Algoma

 

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

3.

--Relay Team

4:36.977a

Algoma

 

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals

4.

--Relay Team

10:46.010a

Algoma

 

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

3.12Mason Melohn43'08.50PRAlgoma

6.12Colton Feld34'02.00Algoma

7.11John Kirchman33'00.25Algoma

9.10Josh Bennett32'02.75Algoma

11.10Lane Cochart29'04.25Algoma

13.9Jordan Dukish27'09.75Algoma

20.10Chris Wolf24'04.00Algoma

23.11Aiden Tweedy21'10.50Algoma

24.9Preston Borths21'10.25PRAlgoma

---11Isaac YunkNMAlgoma

 

Discus Varsity - Finals

3.11Isaac Yunk112'08PRAlgoma

4.11John Kirchman109'05PRAlgoma

5.12Mason Melohn106'05Algoma

8.10Lane Cochart98'04Algoma

10.12Colton Feld97'02SRAlgoma

14.10Chris Wolf80'09PRAlgoma

16.10Josh Bennett75'04Algoma

17.11Aiden Tweedy75'03PRAlgoma

19.9Jordan Dukish74'07Algoma

27.9Preston Borths57'11PRAlgoma

 

High Jump Varsity - Finals

5.10Braden Crewe5'0.00Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

2.10Brennan Buckman9'6.00Algoma

6.9Cooper Fay7'0.00Algoma

 

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

4.11Tyler Challis16'08.50PRAlgoma

8.11Hunter O'Hern15'07.50SRAlgoma

20.9Preston Borths10'03.00PRAlgoma

---9Cooper FayNMAlgoma

---11Isaac YunkNMAlgoma

---9Jack MeverdenNMAlgoma

---11Mark Vera-BarronNMAlgoma

 

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

7.11Tyler Challis34'11.00Algoma

11.11Hunter O'Hern32'10.00PRAlgoma

 

Womens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

12.9Ellie Reif15.982aAlgoma

17.12Kayleigh Woelfel16.897aSRAlgoma

24.10Vicky Liu18.537aPRAlgoma

 

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10Sylvia Toebe33.719aPRAlgoma

8.10Mia Barragan34.045aAlgoma

9.10Tessa LeBotte34.308aPRAlgoma

15.12Kayleigh Woelfel37.067aAlgoma

16.10Madelyn Borths38.829aAlgoma

18.10Vicky Liu40.834aPRAlgoma

 

100m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.12Zoey Stuth20.042aPRAlgoma

4.11Emily Reif20.902aPRAlgoma

8.10Tessa LeBotte23.703aPRAlgoma

 

300m Hurdles Varsity - Finals

3.11Emily Reif1:01.236aSRAlgoma

4.11Vivika Meverden1:02.868aAlgoma

6.12Zoey Stuth1:04.369aAlgoma

 

Shot Put Varsity - Finals

1.12Faith Gerdmann33'08.00Algoma

6.10Madelyn Borths22'04.25PRAlgoma

9.10Mackenzie Stewart20'06.50PRAlgoma

11.10Sylvia Toebe13'06.75Algoma

 

Discus Varsity - Finals

2.12Faith Gerdmann96'03.00Algoma

6.11Vivika Meverden65'08.00PRAlgoma

9.10Sylvia Toebe49'03.50PRAlgoma

11.10Madelyn Borths47'01.00Algoma

13.10Mackenzie Stewart26'03.00Algoma

 

High Jump Varsity - Finals

5.10Sylvia Toebe3'10.00PRAlgoma

6.12Kayleigh Woelfel3'10.00Algoma

 

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

3.9Estella Marrero7'0.00Algoma

8.9Ellie Reif5'0.00Algoma

---10Vicky LiuNHAlgoma

 

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

4.9Estella Marrero13'08.50PRAlgoma

5.12Zoey Stuth13'06.00PRAlgoma

---11Emily ReifNMAlgoma

 

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

2.11Emily Reif27'05.50Algoma

4.10Tessa LeBotte25'05.50PRAlgoma

5.10Mia Barragan25'03.00PRAlgoma

Wolves sweep doubleheader from Clippers

The Algoma Wolves cruised to a home sweep against the Sturgeon Bay Clippers. The Wolves shutout the Clippers 13-0 in the first game and hammered Sturgeon Bay 17-1 in the second game of the double bill in Packerland Conference play.

 

In the opener, Nora Krause and Hannah Nell scored three runs, while

Jaydn Nellis homered and tripled in scoring two runs to pace the Wolves.

Macie Zimmerman threw ten strikeouts, picking up the win in the opener.

 

In game two, Ryley Zimmerman and Brooke Mattson each scored three runs,  while Megan Zimmer added a home run.

 

Algoma improves to 7-1 and first place in the conference, while Sturgeon Bay falls to 0-8.