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Algoma High School

Late season run halted in championship

Algoma’s improbable run would also fall short in the championship match. To begin sectionals, they beat Gresham Community in four sets. They took the first two sets 25-20 and 25-19 before Gresham got on the board with a 25-21 victory to stay alive. It would be all Algoma in set four as they rolled for a 25-6 win. 

 

In the title, Algoma would fall to Washburn 25-11, 25-15, and 25-6. Algoma would go from a struggling regular season to a mighty postseason run. The Wolves are recognized as sectional runner-ups.

 

Volleyball: Algoma looks to continue run

After being the surprise team of their region, going from a winless regular season to a regional championship, the Algoma Wolves will get a crack at Gresham Community on Tuesday. After wins over Kewaunee and Oneida Nation to secure a sectional bid, the Wolves are 2-7 on the season and the three seed in their sectional bracket. Gresham Community comes into the tournament with a 9-2 record. Their common opponent is Sevastopol, who has beat both in three sets. The game is set to begin at 4:00 PM. in Elcho.

Wolves looking for first win, battle Storm

Algoma will hit the road in pursuit of the first win on their alternative Spring volleyball season Thursday in Kewaunee. The Wolves have played sets close but are yet to take home a match win. This will be the first meeting between the Packerland foes. Algoma lost to Gibraltar the last time they took the court. Kewaunee on the other hand handed Algoma a loss in five sets their last time out. The game is set to begin in Kewaunee at 6:00 PM.

Algoma volleyball set to host Sturgeon Bay

The Algoma Wolves volleyball team will look for their first conference win of the season when they host Sturgeon Bay on Monday night.

 

The Wolves have nine of its ten sets so far this season, including being swept by Sevastopol its last time out 25-16,25-14,25-21. The Clippers rebounded from its first loss of the season to Southern Door with a 3-1 win over Sevastopol last Thursday 25-10, 21-25, 25-23, 26-24.

 

The opening serve is set for 7 p.m.

Algoma ready for early season rematch

The Algoma Wolves have played just one volleyball game this season, and it was against the Southern Door Eagles. In game two on Thursday, they will already get their rematch. Algoma will get to be the home team for Thursday’s matchup. The Eagles took down the Wolves in three sets on March 4th, winning the sets 25-14, 25-16, and 25-23. Algoma will try and build confidence from that last set where they lost narrowly and try to win the rebuttal. Southern Door is coming off of a win versus Ashwaubenon in four sets. The Eagles are 2-0 and will try to pull off the early sweep in this alternative season series. The game is set for Thursday evening at 7:00 P.M. 

 

Zimmerman, Wiese named to All-Conference teams

The Algoma Wolves had two players named to the All Packerland Conference teams on Monday.

 

Carter Zimmerman was named to the First Team All-Packerland Conference after leading the Wolves with 16.5 ppg and the league in rebounding at 9.6 boards per game. Hannah Wiese was named to the second team, averaging just under eight points a game while leading the Wolves in rebounding and assists per game. 

Wolves nip Pioneers

The Algoma Wolves got another come-from-behind win on Thursday night, beating the Sevastopol Pioneers 58-56.

 

The two teams played in Institute for an exhibition contest after both teams saw their seasons officially end earlier in the week in the WIAA Division 4 playoffs. The Pioneers once again held the advantage at the break, leading 33-28. The Wolves for a second straight game showed second-half grit, outscoring the Pioneers 30-23 in the final frame to nip the Pioneers.

 

Trevor Nell scored 17 points and Carter Zimmerman added 15 points in the win. Jack DeYoung led all scorers with 21 points in the loss for the Pioneers.

Wolves fall short against Bulldogs

Neither team scored more than 20 points in a single half as Algoma lost to Peshtigo Thursday night 38-33.

 

The Bulldogs won the battle at the line as they went 11-16 from the line compared to just 2-6 for the Wolves. Trevor Nell led the Wolves with 14 points with Jackson Schoening contributing nine points in the loss. Landon Lemke and Collin Engman paced the Bulldogs with 10 points apiece.

 

The Wolves' next game will be at Gibraltar for their WIAA playoff opener.

Wolves boys prepare for dogfight in Peshtigo

The Algoma Wolves look to end their regular season on a high note when they travel to Peshtigo to face the Bulldogs on Thursday.

 

The Wolves captured their only Packerland win of the season last Saturday when it exploded for 51 second-half points to beat Sevastopol 75-67. Trevor Nell and Carter Zimmerman combined for 45 points to help lead the Wolves from 12 point halftime deficit. 

 

The Bulldogs are looking to end a three-game losing streak after falling to Sturgeon Bay on Monday 41-38. Landon Lemke leads the Bulldogs with just under 13 points per game and is second in rebounding with around five a contest.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Lady Wolves fall hard to Lancers in regional basketball

The Algoma Wolves’ season came to an end Tuesday with a 68-39 loss to the Manitowoc Lutheran Lancers in a WIAA regional in Manitowoc.  The Lancers turned a close 24-19 game at halftime into a lopsided affair with a 44 point explosion in the second half. Halle Panger led the Wolves with ten points and was the only Algoma player who scored in double digits.  Algoma ends the season with a 2-11 record.

Wolves girls hit the road for playoff opener

The Algoma Wolves girls' basketball team will be on the road for the entirety of their postseason run as they open play at Manitowoc Lutheran on Tuesday night. 

 

The Wolves' only two wins this year come from a home-and-home series against Sturgeon Bay in January. Despite the current losing streak, the Wolves have been competitive with a pair of single-digit losses to NEW Lutheran and Oconto. Halle Panger, Hanna Wiese, and Emily Kirchman all hover around eight points per game.

 

Manitowoc Lutheran is an even 10-10 on the season and have won their last two games. Paige Zirbel leads her team in scoring and assists and second on the squad in rebounding. 

 

Tip is set for 7 p.m.

 

 

Wolves boys stun Pioneers

The Algoma Wolves boys' basketball team came all the way back from 12 down to beat the Sevastopol Pioneers 75-67.

 

The Wolves were able to claw back into the game by making it count at the free-throw line, making 28 of its 37 attempts. Trevor Nell's five three-pointers did not hurt either as he led the Wolves with 25 points. Carter Zimmerman added 20 points.

 

The Pioneers were led by Logan Beyer with 15 points and Jack DeYoung with 14.

Algoma boys fall to NEW Lutheran

The Algoma Wolves could not respond to a 45 point first-half performance by  NEW Lutheran in its 77-47 loss Friday night. 

 

The Blazers were buoyed by Marshal Bukowski, who scored 17 of his game-high 26 points in the first half. Lucas Dhein hit four threes in the opening stanza and two more in the second half on his way to an 18 point evening. The Wolves were led by Carter Zimmerman with 15 points and Jackson Schoening with 12. 

Lady Wolves make trip to Peshtigo

The Algoma Wolves are looking for Packerland win number three Thursday when they travel to face Peshtigo.

 

The rare down season for the Wolves is starting to trend upward after they were narrowly defeated by Oconto 42-38 on Tuesday. Ryley Zimmerman and Halle Panger each scored 14 in the game as the Wolves look to snap a six-game losing streak. The Bulldogs counter with Sydney Lund, who leads the team in points, rebounds, and assists. They beat Sturgeon Bay 59-31 behind a 16 point effort from Allison Dudka.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m. 

Oconto scoring attack dooms Wolves boys

Four different players scored in double figures for Oconto as the Wolves fell in Tuesday's game 76-38.

 

Aided by a pair of threes, Josh Woller led the Blue Devils with 18 points. He scored 11 of those 18 points in a 40 point first half for the Blue Devils, who also got nine points from Caleb Moe in the opening period. The Wolves' top scorer was Carter Zimmerman who got 21 points thanks to four three-pointers. 

Lady Wolves fight hard in loss to Oconto

The Algoma Wolves came up just short in its 42-38 loss to the Oconto Blue Devils on Tuesday night.

 

After being down by eight points heading into the break, the Wolves outscored the Blue Devils 22-18 in the second half. That was spurred by Ryley Zimmerman, who scored 12 of her team-high 14 points in the second half. Halle Panger also scored 14 points in the loss for the Wolves. The Blue Devils were led by Hannah Moe and Lianna Baxter who both scored 15 points in the victory.

 

The Wolves play again Thursday at home against Peshtigo.  

Lady Wolves fall again to Blazers

The Algoma Wolves could not close their eight-point first-half deficit, falling to NEW Lutheran Friday night 61-56.

 

The Wolves were able to get to the line but were unable to convert on the opportunity as they only hit 13 of their 21 attempts. Three Wolves scored in double figures in the defeat led by Hanna Wiese's 17 points, followed by 12 points for Halle Panger and Ryley Zimmerman adding 10 points. Bailey Scholz scored 26 of the Blazers 61 points to lead them past the Pioneers. 

Lady Wolves look to break out against Sevastopol

The Algoma Wolves look to snap a two-game skid Thursday night when they play the Sevastopol Pioneers at home. 

 

The Wolves struggled against conference-leading Kewaunee earlier this week, scoring only seven first-half points in a 69-19 rout. The Wolves last won when it played a home-and-home against winless Sturgeon Bay in the middle of January. 

 

The Pioneers have lost three straight since beating Algoma on January 18th, including a heartbreaking 39-37 defeat at the hands of Oconto. In their 50-37 win over the Wolves, Zoe Kuehn scored 18 points and Grace Brauer added 10 for the Pioneers while preventing an Algoma player to crack double-figures in scoring.

 

Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

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.