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Algoma High School

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.

Algoma's softball season ends in heartbreaker

The Algoma Wolves took to extra innings to decide a winner in their WIAA playoff game on Wednesday. However, the Wolves fell to Lola-Scandinavia by a final score of 4-3. With the loss, Algoma’s season is now complete. Their season ended with a 10-11 overall record. 

 

Algoma throwers in comfortable position at sectionals

Shot put and discus rings at sectionals have been a home away from home for Algoma track and field athletes in recent years.

 

Thursday's sectional in Rosholt will be no exception thanks to Bobbi Blahnik. She bested the discus field by 10 feet (108 ft) and the shot put field by more than two feet (40 ft 11 inches) to win a pair of regional titles in Hilbert on Tuesday. 

 

She will be the lone member of the Wolves competing on Thursday when the first events in Rosholt begin at 3:30 p.m.

Algoma hosts Crandon in regional opener

The Algoma Wolves softball team looks to keep their season alive at home when they host Crandon in the WIAA Regional opener.

 

The Wolves come into the matchup 9-10 overall on the season, ending the regular season campaign going 4-1 in their last five matchups. Hannah Wiese led the way offensively this season for the Wolves, compiling a .429 battering average and driving in 16 runs. The Cardinals have won three of its last eight games, including an 8-6 victory over Manawa in its season finale.

 

The two teams meet in Algoma at 4:30 p.m. 

 

 

Baseball: Wolves drop regular season finale

The Algoma baseball regular season ended with a non-conference home loss to Hilbert/Stockbridge on Monday. Algoma put up seven runs, which was a season-high, but could not slow down Hilbert/Stockbridge’s hitting attack. The final score was 17-7. Algoma went the regular season without being able to get in the win column but has a chance to change that on Thursday. The Wolves play Kewaunee in the WIAA Playoffs on Thursday at 5:00 PM. The teams played on May 8th, and Kewaunee won 14-0. 

 

Blahnik captures shot put title at Packerlands

Bobbi Blahnik won the shot put and discus titles on Monday's Packerland Conference meet to lead the Algoma Wolves in Peshtigo.

 

Her throws of 41-01 in the shot put and 109-03 in the discus were both season records.  

 

BOYS

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Carter Dachelet35-10.00PRAlgoma

11.9Mason Melohn33-02.00PRAlgoma

14.10Zack Kirchman30-05.00PRAlgoma

 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

6.9Mason Melohn103-04PRAlgoma

13.11Carter Dachelet89-07Algoma

14.10Zack Kirchman88-10Algoma

 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

11.10Austin Miller5-00.00PRAlgoma

 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

6.10Austin Miller10-00.00PRAlgoma

 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

15.9Nathan Guinn11-10.50Algoma

 

GIRLS

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Morgan Mattson13.87aPRAlgoma

 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

9.10Savanna Daul1:15.77aPRAlgoma

 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Morgan Mattson57.47aPRAlgoma

 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Bobbi Blahnik41-01.00SRAlgoma

4.11Sydnee Guilette35-08.50PRAlgoma

6.10Emily Kirchman33-11.00PRAlgoma

 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Bobbi Blahnik109-03SRAlgoma

6.11Sydnee Guilette86-06Algoma

10.10Emily Kirchman66-11Algoma

 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Veronica Ramirez6-00.00PRAlgoma

 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

10.11Juilia Vandervest12-05.25PRAlgoma

 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Morgan Mattson28-07.50PRAlgoma

12.11Juilia Vandervest24-00.00Algoma

Softball: Algoma dominates in road win

The Algoma Wolves softball team has been on opposite ends of shutouts in their last two games. On Tuesday, they were on the right side, beating Green Bay NEW Lutheran 16-0. Algoma is now 5-4 in conference play, and guaranteed to finish at least .500. Algoma has a chance to end their regular season on a winning streak, when they take on Sevastopol on Friday. The game is scheduled to begin at 5:00 PM. 

 

Baseball: Wolves outlasted in pitching duel

Algoma fell just short of their first win of the season on Tuesday. They took a 3-0 loss at Green Bay NEW Lutheran. A trio of runs scored by the Blazers in the bottom of the fifth inning would be the backbreaker for Algoma. Algoma gets another shot for their first win on Thursday and Friday when they have a homestand against Oconto and then Sevastopol. 

 

Baseball: Wolves hunt for first win over Blazers

On Tuesday, Algoma baseball will have a chance to avenge a three run loss from two weeks ago. Algoma, still in the hunt for their first win, face Green Bay NEW Lutheran on Tuesday. NEW Lutheran’s lone win of the season was a 6-3 victory over the Wolves on May 14th. First pitch for Tuesday’s game with the Wolves and Blazers will start at 5:00 PM with the Blazers hosting.

 

Softball: Algoma comes off a weeks rest against Blazers

Since their Thursday matchup with Oconto was postponed, the Algoma Wolves will have their first game in eight days when they meet up with Green Bay NEW Lutheran on Tuesday evening. It is the second meeting between the two teams who also played on May 13th, with the Wolves getting the 15-0 victory. Algoma has an overall record of 6-9, most recently getting downed 10-0 at Kewaunee. NEW Lutheran continues to play for their first win of the season. The Blazers will host the game on Tuesday with first pitch scheduled for 5:00 PM. 

 

Algoma baseball has rough go against North Fond du Lac

The Algoma  Wolves baseball could not get a hold of the North Fond du Lac Orioles's offense in a pair of losses on Saturday.

 

In game one, Algoma fell behind 5-0 early on its way to a 9-1 loss. Noah Lukes drove in the lone run for the Wolves. Grant Vandervest and Carson Lischka each had a hit.

 

In game  2, the Wolves jumped out to a three run lead only to see an 11 run inning by the Orioles put the game well out of reach in a 15-3 loss. Javen Charles gave up four runs in his three innings of work to lead the Wolves pitching staff.

Softball: Wolves try to awaken bats against Oconto

Algoma will attempt to revive their game at the plate when they face Oconto on Thursday. Algoma is coming off a loss to the Packerland’s top team, Kewaunee, in which they lost 10-0. In contrast, Oconto beat Sevastopol 13-3 in their last game on Monday. Oconto and Algoma met up on May 11th and Oconto downed the Wolves, 8-5. First pitch for Thursday’s showdown in Algoma is scheduled for 5:00 PM. 

 

Baseball: Wolves trying to knock off Oconto

Algoma will be on the hunt for their first win of the year when they play Oconto at home on Thursday. They will try to halt a strong second half of the season from Oconto. It is the second time this season the teams will square off, with the first game going to Oconto, 14-2. First pitch for the Thursday game is scheduled for 5:00 PM. 

 

Algoma softball visits Kewaunee

The Algoma softball team will try to take down the conference champion Kewaunee Storm in a Monday evening matchup.

 

The Wolves were able to hang on against Sevastopol in their 4-3 win on Saturday while the Storm clinched their Packerland crown with its own close win against Peshtigo last Friday 10-9. 

 

First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.

Algoma throwers lead the way at relays meet

No one hit the track but Algoma made their presence known in the field events at Tuesday's Packerland Conference Track Relays meet.

 

Bobbi Blahnik was the only event winner for the Wolves, capturing the top spot with Sydnee Guilette and Emily Kirchman also finishing in the top four.

 

BOYS

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - x

10.9Mason Melohn31'04.00PRAlgoma

12.10Zack Kirchman29'00.50PRAlgoma

15.11Carter Dachelet28'07.50Algoma

 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - x

4.9Mason Melohn98'07.50PRAlgoma

12.11Carter Dachelet78'04.00Algoma

13.10Zack Kirchman77'01.00Algoma

 

GIRLS

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - x

1.12Bobbi Blahnik36'06.75Algoma

3.11Sydnee Guilette32'07.50Algoma

4.10Emily Kirchman30'03.00PRAlgoma

 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - x

2.12Bobbi Blahnik100'11.00Algoma

6.11Sydnee Guilette80'10.00Algoma

10.10Emily Kirchman70'02.50PRAlgoma

 

Picture courtesy of Algoma Track and Field Facebook page

 

 

Baseball: Algoma unable to cash in on late runs

In a battle of teams looking for their first victory of 2021, Algoma would score too little too late against Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Algoma would muster just two hits in the game, and score three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning. 

 

NEW Lutheran scored the games first run in the top of the third inning and would pack in four more in the top of the fifth. For extra comfort they would score another in seventh, securing a 6-3 win. The Blazers would get their first win of the season and Algoma’s next chance will be next Friday against Sevastopol. 

Softball: Algoma looking to turn around against NEW Lutheran

Algoma will look to gain traction in the Packerland conference on Thursday after a 2-4 start in the Packerland Conference and 5-7 overall. They will host Green Bay NEW Lutheran, who is looking for their first victory of the season. This is the first time the teams will meet, and the second will be on the first of June. First pitch for Thursday’s game is scheduled for 5 PM in Algoma.

 

Wolves' Blahnik, Guilette go 1-2 in shot put

The Algoma girls' track team did their damage in the field events again on Tuesday when it hosted the quad meet.

 

Bobbi Blahnik won the shot put with Sydnee Guilette right behind in second place to help the Wolves score 36 points for a fourth place finish.

 

The Wolves boys came up empty in their events, scoring just three points as a team with an undermanned roster.

 

BOYS

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

9.9Nathan Guinn14.38aPRAlgoma

10.9Colton Feld14.44aPRAlgoma

 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.10Zack Kirchman28.77aPRAlgoma

7.9Nathan Guinn29.88aPRAlgoma

 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Carter Dachelet31-01.00Algoma

8.10Zack Kirchman28-08.50PRAlgoma

10.9Colton Feld26-09.50PRAlgoma

11.10Kade Preston24-05.00Algoma

 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

4.10Zack Kirchman87-04PRAlgoma

6.11Carter Dachelet82-07Algoma

9.9Colton Feld63-09PRAlgoma

10.10Kade Preston59-03Algoma

 

GIRLS

100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Sydnee Guilette14.81aPRAlgoma

5.10Emma Strandell15.42aAlgoma

10.11Veronica Ramirez16.80hSRAlgoma

 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.10Emma Strandell36.07aAlgoma

9.10Savanna Daul37.93aAlgoma

 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Morgan Mattson1:14.57aSRAlgoma

3.11Juilia Vandervest1:18.73aPRAlgoma

4.10Savanna Daul1:20.59aPRAlgoma

 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Bobbi Blahnik38-03.00SRAlgoma

2.11Sydnee Guilette33-11.50PRAlgoma

5.10Emily Kirchman29-00.00Algoma

 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Bobbi Blahnik102-03SRAlgoma

4.11Sydnee Guilette81-03Algoma

6.10Emily Kirchman66-05PRAlgoma

 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

5.10Isabella McCosky3-10.00PRAlgoma

 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Juilia Vandervest11-01.00PRAlgoma

7.10Savanna Daul9-10.50Algoma

8.10Isabella McCosky9-10.00Algoma

 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Morgan Mattson26-01.50SRAlgoma

6.11Juilia Vandervest24-00.50PRAlgoma

Softball: Algoma falls short of upset

The Algoma Wolves up and down start to their softball season start continued with a loss to Oconto on Tuesday. The Wolves fell 8-5 to Oconto, who has just one loss this season. With the loss, Algoma’s record is now 2-4 in Packerland play and are 5-7 overall. Algoma will look to build consistency on Thursday when they face a struggling NEW Lutheran team. 

 

Baseball: Algoma downed by Oconto

The Algoma Wolves are still trying to piece together their first win of the season after Tuesday’s 15-2 loss to Oconto. Algoma and NEW Lutheran are the two Packerland teams still looking for a win after Tuesday. The two teams will square off on Friday for a chance at their first win. Algoma is currently 0-6, and NEW Lutheran is 0-1. First pitch for Friday’s game is 5 PM.

Softball: Wolves looking to get to .500

The Algoma softball team will try to get their Packerland conference record to 3-3 on Tuesday when they take on Oconto. It will be the first of two times they play Oconto this regular season. Oconto is 3-1 in conference play this season. Algoma has been up and down on the season, beating Sturgeon Bay in their last outing. Tuesday’s game is scheduled to begin in Oconto at 5 PM.

 

Baseball: Wolves hunting for first win

Algoma will be in Oconto at 5:00 PM on Tuesday looking for their first victory of the season. The Wolves have lost their first handful of games, onto an 0-5 record to start the 2021 campaign. Oconto is 1-2 in conference, and just two spots above Algoma in the Packerland standings. This is the first of two meetings between the two teams this year.

 

Softball: Wolves cruise past Clippers

The Algoma softball team worked their way back to a .500 record after defeating Sturgeon Bay on Thursday, by a score of 17-7. The productive day at the plate for Algoma brought their record to 5-5. For Sturgeon Bay, the loss keeps them winless as they are now 0-5 on the season. Algoma will look to keep their momentum when they play Kewaunee on Saturday. For the Clippers, they will take the diamond against Green Bay NEW Lutheran on Monday. 

 

Softball: Wolves, Clippers scheduled for Packerland matchup

The Sturgeon Bay Clipper softball team will be going for their first victory of the season when they play host to Algoma on thursday. The Clippers have lost their first five games to begin the season. For Algoma, they will be looking to get above .500 in the doubleheader, as they come in with a 4-5 record. The games will begin in Sturgeon Bay at 4:30 PM.