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Algoma girls can't break Peshtigo defense

The Algoma girls' basketball team simply could not get their offense going Friday night as they lost to Peshtigo 52-24. 


The Wolves could only muster 12 points a half in the contest and fell behind by 21 in the first half. They were able to get to the line 12 more times than the Bulldogs, but both teams finished shooting 50 percent from the charity stripe (Algoma 10-20, Peshtigo 4-8).  No Wolves players broke the double-figures mark, but they were led by Emily Kirchman who scored seven points. 

Sydney Lund led all scorers with 14 points for the Bulldogs while Grace Wickman chipped in another 12.




Algoma girls hopes to start winning streak at Peshtigo

The Algoma Wolves' girls basketball team hope to pick up where they left off earlier this week when they head to Peshtigo to face the Bulldogs.


COVID protocols called off its last scheduled game against Gibraltar and the Wolves have been looking to get back on the court after falling to Sevastopol 50-37 on Monday. Halle Panger and Julia Vandervest combined for 16 points in the loss.


The Bulldogs beat Oconto its last time out 52-44. Sydney Lund continued her strong season, scoring 16 points in the win. The Bulldogs are currently in fourth place in the Packerland Conference as they look up at Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Kewaunee.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Algoma/Gibraltar girls' basketball postponed

A game between the Algoma Wolves and Gibraltar Vikings' girls' basketball teams will not take place as scheduled due to COVID-19 protocols.


According to Shawn Duncan from the Algoma School District, the game was called off due to Gibraltar athletes being in quarantine. No make-up date has been set.

Algoma boys host Sturgeon Bay Thursday

The Algoma Wolves boys' basketball team is looking for its first win of the season when the Sturgeon Bay Clippers come to town on Thursday.


The Wolves are coming off a team shutdown that saw a few of its games get postponed over the last week, including its previously scheduled game with the Clippers on Monday. In their last game, Carter Zimmerman scored 14 points and Kaden Vardon added 13 in a 70-47 loss to conference-leading Southern Door on December 22nd.


The Clippers has also seen a number of its games get canceled or postponed in recent days, including a matchup against NEW Lutheran on Tuesday. Anthony Jennerjohn leads the team in scoring with 11.5 points per game, but it was Jack Schmelzer's 21 points that helped the Clippers get their first win last week against Sevastopol.


Tip is set for 6 p.m.

Algoma girls nip Sturgeon Bay

The Algoma Wolves hit four big-three pointers on their way to a 34-33 victory over Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night.  The Lady Wolves were led by Halle Panger and Ryley Zimmerman who scored eight points apiece.  Zimmerman knocked down two three-pointers to pace Algoma.  The Clippers were led by Jaiden Adams and Morgan Reinhardt who had eight points each as well. 

Algoma girls host Clippers Tuesday

The Algoma Wolves girls basketball team hopes to take advantage of a possibly tired Sturgeon Bay Clippers squad when the two tangle on Tuesday night.


The Wolves have played a limited schedule under Mark Zastrow, losing all three of their matchups so far this season. They last played on December 22nd when the Wolves fell into an 18 point hole after the first half on their way to a 68-40 loss to Southern Door. Emily Kirchman led the way with 15 points and 11 rebounds.


The Clippers are coming off a 53-41 loss to Oconto on Monday night. Carley Wodack scored 19 points in the defeat.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Algoma boys pause team activities

There will not be an Algoma boys' basketball for at least three more days.


According to Shawn Duncan from Algoma, boys' basketball is on pause for at least the next three days.  Games on 1/11 and 1/12 will be postponed.  There will also be no practice until further notice.

Algoma looks take down first place Southern Door

The Algoma Wolves boy’s basketball team will look to take down the Southern Door Eagles on Tuesday night.


The Wolves enter the matchup winless in conference and non-conference play. Southern Door enters this matchup at the top of the Packerland Conference standings at 4-0 while the Wolves sit tied in last place at 0-3. Eagles senior Nate Everard and company will look to improve to 5-0, but Algoma’s leading scorer Trevor Nell will look to put a stop to Southern Doors conference win streak. The first whistle will sound at 7:30pm.

Algoma takes a doozy to Southern Door

The Algoma Wolves girls’ basketball team suffered a loss to the Southern Door Eagles on Monday evening, 68-40.


The Wolves pulled ahead for an early 3-0 lead but could not hold on for long as the Eagles gathered a 15-5 scoring run led by senior Nicole Norton who had 14 points in the first half. After consecutive defensive stops by Southern Door, the Wolves were unable to gather a scoring rhythm and finished the first half down 29-11. Junior Ella Madden of the Wolves started out the second half with a swish jumper but within a matter of seconds the Eagles stopped the momentum with a basket of their own. The Eagles applied a half-court press midway through the second half to the Wolves and that was all she wrote. Norton led all scorers, finishing with 30 points on the day while Algoma was led by sophomore Emily Kirchman with 15 points. The Eagles improved to 4-0 in conference and head back home tomorrow to face the undefeated Brillion Lions at 7pm. The Wolves remained winless and are set to play next on January 4th, 2021 against Sevastopol.


New Radio Sports Network caught up with Southern Door's head coach for an exclusive postgame interview: 


Wolves look for first conference win

The Algoma Wolves girls’ basketball team will see another conference win opportunity this Friday night against the Peshtigo Bulldogs. Hannah Wiese and Emily Kirchman are among the Wolves top scorers and will look to lead their pack to their first victory of the season and help tally a win to their conference record as well. Peshtigo presents a 2-1 record entering this matchup and are riding back-to-back wins. The Wolves will travel to Peshtigo for a 7:30pm start time.

Algoma suffers painful loss

The Algoma Wolves boys’ basketball team suffered a vicious loss to the Oconto Blue Devils on Thursday night, 74-30.


 The Wolves found no help offensively and could not contain the Blue Devils. Oconto jumped out to a 18-point halftime lead and proceeded with a dominant offensive performance. Trevor Nell led the Wolves with 16 points, which accounted for over half of Algoma’s points. Josh Woller led the way for Oconto with 15 points. The Wolves move to 0-2 and will face Gibraltar on Saturday at home for a 7:30pm tip-off.

Algoma travels across the bay

The Algoma Wolves boys’ basketball team will face the Oconto Blue Devils for a Packerland feature on Thursday night. The Wolves will travel to Oconto in hopes of another opportunity to take a conference win. Oconto is 3-1 in conference and sits at the top of the conference standings while the Wolves are in the bottom half. Algoma will travel to Oconto for a 7:30pm tip-off.

Wolves come up short handed

The Algoma Wolves girls’ basketball team took a harsh conference loss to the Oconto Blue Devils on Tuesday evening, 54-43. The Wolves came into the matchup with limited game time experience under their belt. Both squads entered the matchup with zero wins but that changed for Oconto who prevailed for a win even though Algoma showed promising play. The Wolves started the night off ahead 3-0 which did not hold for long due to an 11 point scoring run by Oconto. The Wolves found themselves down at halftime 29-16. Oconto did start the second half well until Algoma strained some buckets together to bring the game within two possessions, 40-36. After the Wolves narrowed the lead, the Blue Devils pulled away for an 11 point victory. Algoma will visit Peshtigo on Friday night for a 7pm conference match.

Algoma, Oconto hit the paint for conference play

The Algoma Wolves girls’ basketball team will host the Oconto Blue Devils on Tuesday night for a conference battle. The Wolves enter their second game of the year 0-1 while the Blue Devils are 0-2 on the season with one of their losses coming in conference. Hannah Wiese and Emily Kirchman are among the Wolves top scorers and will look to lead their pack to their first victory of the season and help tally a win to their conference record as well. The battle tips-off at 7:30pm.

Algoma girls' basketball looks for first win

The Algoma Wolves girls’ basketball team is traveling to the east side of Green Bay for a conference matchup with the NEW Lutheran Blazers. Algoma enters this contest 0-1 on the season and is coming off a nine day rest period due to a COVID-19 cancelation game that was slated for December 4th. The Wolves head coach Mark Zastrow will have his team prepared for an 0-1 Blazers squad. The first whistle sounds at 7:30pm. 

Algoma falls short against Gibraltar

The Algoma Wolves girls' basketball team outscored the Gibraltar Vikings in the second half but it was not enough as they fell 44-43 in the first game of their regular season.


Down four at the break, the Wolves outscored the Vikings 22-19 in the second half and held the lead heading to the final moments. A Sage Krause three in the final moments of the game spoiled the effort for the Wolves team. Hannah Wiese led all Wolves players with 16 points while Emily Kirchman scored another 13 points in the loss. Krause led all scorers with 17 points.


The Wolves will look to even their record at 1-1 when they play Sevastopol on December 7th.

Algoma, Gibraltar tip-off conference play

The Algoma Wolves will be visiting the Gibraltar Vikings for a conference debut matchup. Both squads come into this season with a clean record for the 2020-21 season. The Wolves finished sixth in Packerland Conference last season with an overall record of 11-14. Gibraltar comes into this matchup with a sense of confidence due to a second place conference finish last season. The Vikings compiled eight home victories last season while Algoma won three games on the road during last year's campaign. Tip-off is set for Tuesday at 7:30pm.

Algoma says no to WIAA postseason

You will see them on the field competing, but you will not see any of Algoma's sports teams compete in WIAA postseason events.


Algoma Athletic Director David Robertson said in an email that the school has opted out of WIAA events this fall due to COVID-19. The school's soccer team has been competing this fall, including a recent 2-1 loss to Peshtigo. Its cross country team and football teams never got going this fall, but Robertson says as of now the volleyball team is the only one committed to playing during the alternate fall season. That team should have plenty of matches as all Packerland schools in Door and Kewaunee counties opted for the alternate fall season for their volleyball squads. 


The soccer team's games against Sheboygan Falls on Thursday and Kiel on Friday have been canceled, but they are scheduled to play NEW Lutheran on Saturday beginning at 2 p.m. 

Alternate spring season filling up with local teams

If teams are able to be filled this February, there will be plenty of local schools involved in the alternate spring season.


Last Saturday was the deadline for teams to apply for the alternate fall season which was created for schools who could not play at least 50 percent of their schedule by this point or did not allow for athletics at this time. Luxemburg-Casco is the only school that will not have a team participate in the alternate fall season. Some teams like Sevastopol football, Algoma soccer, and Southern Door volleyball were able to start their seasons but opted to switch later. Due to virtual learning, Gibraltar did not have a team compete at all this fall. Below is a listing of the teams that are holding off until the alternate fall season if they are able to field a roster.



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Sturgeon Bay



Algoma Soccer looks to Avenge Earlier Loss

The Algoma soccer team will be hosting Pesthtigo at home on Saturday afternoon. It will be a tough task for the Wolves as they recently lost to Peshtigo on Monday 6-0. The Bulldogs were able to score three goals in the first ten minutes of action. Peshtigo is coming into the game with a three-game winning streak. 


First touch is 2:00 p.m. at Algoma High School. 


Wolves volleyball swept by Oconto volleyball

The Algoma Wolves volleyball ran into the conference's best team Monday, losing to Oconto 3-0.


The Wolves were outscored 25-6, 25-16, 25-10. The Blue Devils ran their record to 15-1 with a perfect 3-0 mark in the Packerland Conference and did so from the service line. Kate Bahrke and Cora Behnke each had six aces while Maggie Sohrweide scored 15 service points.



Algoma Soccer Travels to Peshtigo

The Algoma boys soccer team will play at Peshtigo on Monday. The Wolves finished the 2019 season with a 5-6-1 conference record. That was good for fifth in the Packerland. Meanwhile, Peshtigo finished second with a 6-2-3 conference record. Peshtigo is currently 2-0 on the season with victories over New Holstein and Lourdes Academy. 


First touch is at 4:00 p.m.


Algoma volleyball takes on Oconto

The Algoma volleyball team will be traveling to Oconto on Monday to take on a tough task. The Wolves are looking to upset the Blue Devils who look great. Oconto comes into the match with a 14-1 record and a 13 match winning streak. Since losing to Howards Grove, the Blue Devils have been dominant. They have won 29 of their last 31 sets. The two sets they lost were in a 3-2 against Kaukauna. 


The match is set to start at 7:00 p.m.


Algoma calls off football season

The Algoma Wolves football team will not be taking the field this fall after all.


Both schools' administrations made the decision to call off the home-and-home series due to rising COVID-19 numbers in both counties. Those were Algoma's only two games on the schedule this year.


This puts Algoma's football conversation as Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay, two other schools that may see their football seasons begin during the alternative spring season. Those circumstances could change however depending on what kind of hold the pandemic still has on the region.


The football team may still hold an intrasquad scrimmage or two under the Perry Field lights in October.

Wolves Soccer Season Opener

The Algoma boys soccer team will open their season at Peshtigo on Monday. The Wolves finished the 2019 season with a 5-6-1 conference record. That was good for fifth in the Packerland. Meanwhile, Peshtigo finished second with a 6-2-3 conference record. 


First touch is at 4:30 p.m.