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Algoma athletic department undergoes changes

There have been plenty of changes going on with the Algoma athletic department over the summer.


Former athletic director and current Middle and High School Principal David Robertson briefly spoke about the new changes that occurred at Algoma, including mentioning that they named some new staff members, and even added in collaboration with their Wellness and Fitness Center.



Whitney Ebert has stepped into the new role of Athletic Director, taking over the spot that Robertson previously had. Algoma’s new collaboration is open to not just the athletes of Algoma, Robertson said, but like everything they do, they want to involve as much of the school district as they can.


Robertson offered some very in depth insight on each sport and how he sees great potential for each athlete that competes at Algoma High School.



Sports though, is not all about competing and trying to win the match or game that you are in, sports can have an impact like no other on how it can help teens and adolescents that want to get involved in something.



As the ever so loved fall sports season will be upon us quickly, there will be no doubt that he will be in the stands or along the path cheering on his Wolves no matter what.


Algoma still out of playoff picture as WIAA announces football alignments

There was not much movement among the area's football teams among the WIAA's different divisions, which continues to be bad news for Algoma.


For eight-man football, you must have a three-year enrollment average of less than 200 students to be eligible. Even though the school's declining enrollment did reach 198 heading into this year, they are still averaging 203 students over the last three years. Gibraltar stayed steady at 185, and Sevastopol's enrollment went down compared to their three-year average of 182.


Sturgeon Bay may have had the biggest jump among local schools mostly because they switched back to 11-man football after three years of eight-man. They will play in Division 5 along with Packerland Conference rivals Kewaunee and Southern Door. Division 5 schools had to have an enrollment between 294 and 417, both a couple of ticks below the levels they were at last year.


Luxemburg-Casco will remain at Division 3 as of the smaller schools with an enrollment of 601. Division 3 schools are between 595 and 999 students.

Algoma places seven on All-Packerland teams

Seven Algoma athletes earned All-Packerland Conference selections when teams were announced last week.



Second Team

Rylee Fenendael                        Algoma                                     Senior

Ryley Zimmerman                      Algoma                                     Sophomore

Sierra Slaby                              Algoma                                     Freshman


Honorable Mention

Teagen Luedke                          Algoma                                     Junior



Second Team

Chase Romdenne                      Algoma                                     Freshman

Grant Vandervest                      Algoma                                     Sophomore


Honorable Mention

Carson Leist                              Algoma                                     Freshman


Borths medals at state track meet

 Algoma wheelchair athlete Logan Borths became the area's first medalist at this year's WIAA State Track Meet Friday morning.


His throw of just over 14 feet was good enough for sixth place in the wheelchair shot put division. Josh Jundt from the Indian Trail Academy won with a throw of over 25 feet. 



Algoma softball can't hold on against Iola-Scandinavia

A three-run lead in the first inning slipped away from the Algoma softball team as they lost to Iola-Scandinavia in Waupaca Thursday.


All of the Wolves' runs and four of their six hits came in the first inning as their hosts chipped away from there, scoring once in the first, taking the lead with three in the third, and adding an insurance run in the fourth. 

Borths qualifies for state as wheelchair athlete

The road continues to state for Algoma wheelchair track athlete Logan Borths.


Competing at the Division 3 Sectional meet in Rosholt, Thursday, Borths set personal records in the 100m, 400m, 800m, and shot put to qualify for the state meet with two first-place finishes and two second-place finishes. 


For the boys, Carter Dachelet just missed out on a trip to state with a fifth place finish in shotput. Sydnee Guilette and Emily Kirchman also missed out on an appearance at state for the girls, but still finished in the top 10 in shotput. 



100 Meters Varsity - Finals
1. 11 Logan Borths   19.00a PR Algoma  
400 Meters Varsity - Finals
1. 11 Logan Borths   1:11.44a PR Algoma  
800 Meters Varsity - Finals
2. 11 Logan Borths   2:34.84a PR Algoma  
Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals
5. 12 Carter Dachelet   44-02.00 Algoma  
2. 11 Logan Borths   13-08.00 PR Algoma  
Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals
16. 12 Carter Dachelet   104-03 Algoma  
High Jump Varsity - Finals
15. 10 Dane Preston   5-04.00 Algoma  
Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
9. 11 Austin Miller   11-06.00 PR Algoma  



Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals
6. 12 Sydnee Guilette   35-06.50 Algoma  
7. 11 Emily Kirchman   34-04.00 Algoma  




Algoma faces Iola-Scandinavia for regional title-- UPDATE: Game moved to Waupaca

The road keeps winding on for the Algoma softball team as they face Iola-Scandinavia for the regional title.  The game has been moved to Waupaca 


The Wolves beat Coleman 10-4 to advance to the title game, winning their second game in a row.


Iola-Scandinavia earned their spot with a 5-1 win over Shiocton, their second victory in a row.


First pitch is set for 4:30 p.m from Waupaca High School.

LOCATION CHANGE: Algoma baseball begins WIAA Tournament at home against Reedsville

The Algoma Wolves will get to stay home after all for their WIAA Tournament opener against Reedsville Thursday.


The Wolves had been on an eight-game losing streak before taking its final two contests against Sevastopol by 5-0 and 6-5 scores. 


Reedsville has been a little better, losing seven of their last 10 games. That includes a 2-1 win in their final matchup against Random Lake.


With the game being moved now to Algoma, the first pitch is now scheduled for 6 p.m. at Perry Field.

Algoma sends several to Rosholt sectional

Logan Borths will be accompanied by several of his teammates at this week's Rosholt Sectional representing Algoma.


Borth won all four of his wheelchair events unopposed to advance to Thursday's sectional. Joining him will be Carter Dachelet (shot put and discus), Austin Miller (pole vault), shot put throws Emily Kirchman and Sydney Guilette, and Dane Preston (high jump).


Full Results

Wolves open tournament play with road game at Coleman

The road to Madison begins Tuesday afternoon when the Algoma Wolves travel to Coleman to face the Cougars.


The Wolves split their last games of the regular season, but needed a 10-9 win against Oconto last week to snap a four-game losing streak heading into the tournament. 


The Cougars had an eight game winning streak in the middle of the season to finish the year 13-4. They have split their last four matchups including a 4-0 loss to Peshtigo in the finale.


First pitch is 4:30 p.m.

Borths, Mattson, Kirchman lead way at Packerlands for Algoma

The Algoma track teams had plenty of strong performances on Monday at the Packerland Conference Track Championships hosted by Southern Door.


On the girls' side, Emily Kirchman took second in the shootout, and Morgan Mattson did the same in the 100m to lead the Wolves to an eighth-place finish. 


For the boys, Logan Borths won every wheelchair event, each one with a personal record. Kaden Vardon's personal record in the 100m was good enough for third place to help lead the Wolves to an eighth place finish.



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

2.12Morgan Mattson13.41aAlgoma

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

3.12Morgan Mattson13.59aAlgoma

15.11Emma Strandell15.13a PRAlgoma

19.10Kayleigh Woelfel17.49aAlgoma

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

14.12Julia Vandervest33.33a SRAlgoma

16.9Vivika Meverden33.58a PRAlgoma

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

14.12Julia Vandervest1:17.77a PRAlgoma

12Veronica RamirezDNSAlgoma

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

9.11Savanna Daul3:09.42a PRAlgoma

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.11Savanna Daul6:45.19a PRAlgoma

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

3.12Morgan Mattson52.10a PRAlgoma

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

2.11Emily Kirchman34-08.50Algoma

4.12Sydnee Guilette34-00.00Algoma

6.10Faith Gerdmann32-06.50 PRAlgoma

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Prelims

2.11Emily Kirchman34-08.50Algoma

4.12Sydnee Guilette33-10.50Algoma

6.10Faith Gerdmann32-06.50Algoma

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

4.11Emily Kirchman95-01Algoma

9.12Sydnee Guilette79-06Algoma

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Prelims

5.12Sydnee Guilette79-06Algoma

9.11Emily Kirchman74-10Algoma

10.10Faith Gerdmann72-09 PRAlgoma

High Jump Varsity - Finals

10.9Vivika Meverden4-06.00 PRAlgoma

10Kayleigh WoelfelNHAlgoma

10Faith GerdmannNHAlgoma

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

7.12Veronica Ramirez6-00.00Algoma

10.11Emma Strandell5-06.00Algoma

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

7.12Morgan Mattson13-05.00Algoma

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

6.12Morgan Mattson13-05.00Algoma

18.12Julia Vandervest11-07.00Algoma

22.11Emma Strandell10-01.50Algoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

7.12Morgan Mattson27-09.50Algoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

5.12Morgan Mattson27-09.00Algoma



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

3.11Kaden Vardon11.70a PRAlgoma

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

2.11Kaden Vardon11.79aAlgoma

14.11Austin Miller12.62aAlgoma

19.10Colton Feld14.57aAlgoma

100 Meters Wheelchair - Finals

1.11Logan Borths19.01a PRAlgoma

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

20.9John Kirchman30.28a PRAlgoma

22.9Mark Vera-Barron32.97a PRAlgoma

11Austin MillerDNSAlgoma

400 Meters Wheelchair - Finals

1.11Logan Borths1:16.32a PRAlgoma

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.9Alex Kirchman2:36.66aAlgoma

16.10Nathan Guinn3:04.38aAlgoma

800 Meters Wheelchair - Finals

1.11Logan Borths2:44.65a PRAlgoma

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.9Alex Kirchman5:37.04a PRAlgoma

13.10Nathan Guinn6:46.45a PRAlgoma

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.9Alex Kirchman13:13.04a PRAlgoma

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals

8.9Tyler Challis28.18aAlgoma

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims

7.9Tyler Challis21.01a PRAlgoma

300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals

11Kaden VardonDNSAlgoma

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

10Dane Preston

9Tyler Challis

9Hunter O'Hern

9Isaac Yunk

DQAlgoma - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


9Isaac Yunk

9Tyler Challis

9John Kirchman

9Hunter O'Hern

4:38.23aAlgoma - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals

7.10Mason Melohn36-08.50Algoma

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Prelims

7.10Mason Melohn36-08.25Algoma

10.12Carter Dachelet35-01.25Algoma

11.11Kade Preston35-00.25Algoma

Shot Put - 12lb Wheelchair - Finals

1.11Logan Borths12-10.25 PRAlgoma

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals

5.12Carter Dachelet119-11 PRAlgoma

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Prelims

3.12Carter Dachelet119-11Algoma

10.11Cole Younk99-10Algoma

13.11Zack Kirchman92-06Algoma

High Jump Varsity - Finals

6.10Dane Preston5-06.00 PRAlgoma

9Tyler ChallisNHAlgoma

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

7.11Austin Miller10-06.00Algoma

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

10.11Kaden Vardon16-05.50 PRAlgoma

18.9Hunter O'Hern12-06.75Algoma

10Dane PrestonSCRAlgoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

9.10Dane Preston34-05.00Algoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

9.10Dane Preston34-05.00Algoma

11Kaden VardonSCRAlgoma

Wolves baseball make up game against Kohler

The Algoma Wolves will make their way south Monday afternoon for game against Kohler.


The Wolves could only muster two runs in a pair of games last Thursday, losing both contests to Oconto by 11-1 and 8-1 scores.


Kohler has lost its last four games, including a 13-2 contest to Howards Grove last Thursday.


Game time is set for 4:30 p.m.

Mattson paces Algoma at Seymour Invite

Algoma's Morgan Mattson led the way for the girls' track team at Thursday's Seymour Invite.


She won her preliminary 100 m race before taking second in the finals. She also took second in the 300m hurdles and third in the triple jump and long jump events. Emily Kirchman posted top five performances in the shot put and discus events.


Alex Kirchman took ninth in the 1600m, and Carter Dachelet took sixth as the leaders for the boys' team.


Full results

Algoma hitters face Oconto

The Algoma baseball and softball teams stay at home Thursday to face Oconto.


The Wolves baseball team stymied Gibraltar earlier this week with a 2-0 victory. Javen Charles went the distance while scattering five hits in the shutout. Carson Leist delivered the win with a two-RBI single. The Blue Devils have responded after a two-game losing streak with a three winning streak with a two game sweep of Sevastopol and a win over Bonduel.


The Wolves softball team have lost their last two games, falling to Kewaunee and Neenah. The Blue Devils have won their last two games, including a 13-3 victory over Little Chute. 


The games begin at 4:30 p.m.

Algoma baseball welcomes Gibraltar

The Algoma baseball team continues Packerland play on Tuesday with a matchup against Gibraltar.


Jack Cole's run in the seventh inning was all Algoma could muster in a 6-1 loss to Hilbert last Friday night.

It was a mixed bag for Gibraltar's baseball team in last Thursday's doubleheader against Peshtigo, dropping their first game 3-0 before storming back in the second matchup 15-4.
The first pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.

Neenah doubles up Wolves softball

The Algoma Wolves' softball team found themselves in a deep hole early in its 6-3 loss to Neenah.


Rylee Fenendael was the pitcher of record, giving up five of the six runs in the first two innings before allowing a single tally in the fourth inning. 


Down 6-0 in the fifth inning, the Wolves staged a rally with Olivia Cabino starting things off with a RBI single. Her stolen base allowed Kennedy Neuzil to swipe home before Brooke Mattson's own RBI single scored Cabino.


The loss ended the Wolves' day at the Pulaski Invitational. 

Spartans golf finish 11th in Valders

Matt Zellner broke 100 as Luxemburg-Casco's golf team came in 11th place at Valders Par 3 Invitational.


The Spartans took 11th place with a score of 443. The winner was Sheboygan Falls with a score of 272. The low score belonged to Roncalli's John Oberbroeckling with a 64.


Luxemburg-Casco: Matt Zellner 99, Cole Anderson 108, Caleb Derenne 108, Dom Lemens 128.


Results reported to the Green Bay Press-Gazette

Wolves baseball lose to Hilbert

Jack Cole's run in the seventh inning was all Algoma could muster in a 6-1 loss to Hilbert Friday night.


Hilbert's Sam Bradley, Parker Kleppen, and Coltin Casper all had two hits as they scored in four of their six offensive innings. Carson Grenzer stumped the Wolves over six innings, striking out nine while just giving up three hits.  

Mattson, Borths pace Algoma track teams at Oconto Falls

The Algoma Wolves track team had two event winners at Thursday's track invite hosted by Oconto Falls.


Algoma's Morgan Mattson won the 100m dash and took third in 300m hurdles. Emily Kirchman just missed out on gold with a second and third place finish in the shot put and discus events. Logan Borths spun his way to wins in the 100m, 400m, and 800m events as a wheelchair athlete.



100 Meters Varsity - Finals
4. 11 Kaden Vardon   12.05a Algoma  
1. 11 Logan Borths   24.25a PR Algoma  
100 Meters Varsity - Prelims
6. 11 Kaden Vardon   11.88a PR Algoma  
12. 11 Austin Miller   12.37a PR Algoma  
31. 9 Mark Vera-Barron   15.80a PR Algoma  
200 Meters Varsity - Prelims
15. 11 Austin Miller   26.15a PR Algoma  
29. 9 Hunter O'Hern   30.11a PR Algoma  
31. 9 Mark Vera-Barron   33.64a PR Algoma  
400 Meters Varsity - Finals
1. 11 Logan Borths   1:21.52a PR Algoma  
800 Meters Varsity - Finals
16. 9 Alex Kirchman   2:43.18a PR Algoma  
1. 11 Logan Borths   2:55.36a PR Algoma  
21. 10 Nathan Guinn   3:17.53a Algoma  
1600 Meters Varsity - Finals
13. 9 Alex Kirchman   5:50.59a PR Algoma  
17. 10 Nathan Guinn   7:25.47a PR Algoma  
110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims
  9 Tyler Challis   NT Algoma  
300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals
5. 11 Kaden Vardon   49.61a PR Algoma  
4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals
10 Dane Preston
9 Tyler Challis
9 Hunter O'Hern
9 Isaac Yunk
  DNS Algoma - A  
4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals
9 Isaac Yunk
9 Tyler Challis
9 John Kirchman
9 Hunter O'Hern
  1:59.41a Algoma - A  
Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals
4. 12 Carter Dachelet   41-07.25 PR Algoma  
11. 10 Mason Melohn   39-00.50 PR Algoma  
19. 11 Zack Kirchman   35-07.25 Algoma  
1. 11 Logan Borths   12-11.00 PR Algoma  
Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Finals
12. 11 Zack Kirchman   107-08 PR Algoma  
13. 10 Mason Melohn   102-06 Algoma  
22. 12 Carter Dachelet   84-01 Algoma  
High Jump Varsity - Finals
9. 10 Dane Preston   5-04.00 PR Algoma  
12. 11 Kaden Vardon   5-00.00 PR Algoma  
  9 Tyler Challis   NH Algoma  
Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
  11 Austin Miller   NH Algoma  
Long Jump Varsity - Finals
14. 10 Dane Preston   16-07.75 PR Algoma  
16. 11 Kaden Vardon   16-02.75 PR Algoma  
25. 9 Isaac Yunk   12-05.25 Algoma  
Triple Jump Varsity - Finals
9. 10 Dane Preston   34-09.00 PR Algoma



100 Meters Varsity - Finals

1.12Morgan Mattson13.79a PRAlgoma


100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

5.12Morgan Mattson13.79aAlgoma22.10Xadria Duffeck15.52a PRAlgoma26.9Vivika Meverden16.09a PRAlgoma


200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

9Vivika MeverdenSCRAlgoma


400 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.12Veronica Ramirez1:21.47a PRAlgoma9Vivika MeverdenDNSAlgoma


800 Meters Varsity - Finals

12.12Julia Vandervest3:15.54a PRAlgoma15.12Veronica Ramirez3:19.42a SRAlgoma16.11Savanna Daul3:19.48a PRAlgoma


1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

11.11Savanna Daul7:18.80a PRAlgoma

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims

11.12Morgan Mattson20.81a PRAlgoma

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

3.12Morgan Mattson55.93a PRAlgoma


Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

2.11Emily Kirchman35-02.00 PRAlgoma4.12Sydnee Guilette33-02.50 SRAlgoma7.10Faith Gerdmann31-03.00 PRAlgoma


Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

3.11Emily Kirchman102-03 PRAlgoma13.12Sydnee Guilette75-02Algoma16.10Faith Gerdmann64-04 PRAlgoma


High Jump Varsity - Finals

9.10Xadria Duffeck4-04.00Algoma12.9Vivika Meverden4-02.00Algoma


Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

12Veronica RamirezNHAlgoma


Long Jump Varsity - Finals

8.10Xadria Duffeck12-08.00Algoma12Julia VandervestNDAlgoma


Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

4.12Morgan Mattson28-11.50Algoma

Track athletes take advantage of sunny skies in Algoma

The Packerland Conference Relays meet at Algoma featured the best weather the teams have experienced all season long.


The unique meet saw the field events add up their scores and races on the track only seen once a year. Below are the winners with the full results available here.


Girls 3x1600m: Peshtigo 19:49.95

Boys 3x1600m: Peshtigo 21:44.60

Girls 100m hurdles relay: Reisen, McKailey Gibraltar 17.84

Boys 110m hurdles relay: Brissette, Ethan Peshtigo 17.42 1

Girls Distance Medley: Sevastopol 15:10.94

Boys Distance Medley: Kewaunee 'A' 11:53.32

Girls 4x100m: Southern Door 'A' 56.54

Boys 4x100m: Southern Door 'A' 47.11

Girls 4x800m: Sturgeon Bay 'A' 12:11.01

Boys 4x800m: Kewaunee 'A' 9:41.33

Girls 300m Hurdles Relay: Zukauskaite, Nida Gibraltar 56.55

Boys 300m Hurdles Relay: Schlies, Isaac Kewaunee 44.33 1

Girls 4x200m: Oconto 'A' 2:00.04

Boys 4x200m: Kewaunee 'A' 1:40.79 

Girls Sprint Medley: Southern Door 'A' 4:54.26

Boys Sprint Medley: Kewaunee 'A' 4:00.71

Girls 4x400m: Sturgeon Bay 'A' 4:41.79

Boys 4x400m: Kewaunee 'A' 3:47.68

Girls 3x100m Throwers Relay: Gibraltar 'A' 45.85 1

Boys 3x100m Throwers Relay: Kewaunee 'A' 38.12

Girls 4 x100m Freshman: Oconto 'A' 1:01.06

Boys 4x100m Freshman: Algoma 'A' 58.97

Girls High Jump Relay: Reisen, McKailey Gibraltar 4-08.00 2, Werkheiser, Danica Sevastopol 4-08.00 2

Boys High Jump Relay: Lamack, Jordan Kewaunee 5-10.00 1

Girls Pole Vault Relay: Neville, Danica Southern Door 7-06.00, Wilke, Andrea Sturgeon Bay 7-06.00

Boys Pole Vault Relay: Kleikamp, Kavin Peshtigo 11-00.00, Pawlitzky, Cole Kewaunee 11-00.00

Girls Long Jump Relay: Rusch, Samantha Green Bay NE 15-00.00

Boys Long Jump Relay: Borkovetz, Kaden Southern Door 19-06.50

Girls Triple Jump Relay: Sternard, Hannah Sturgeon Bay 30-02.50

Boys Triple Jump Relay: Mueller, Maddix Kewaunee 39-06.00

Girls Discus Relay: Reinke, Lisa Kewaunee 103-05 2

Boys Discus Relay: Overbeck, Brodie Southern Door 128-08 1

Girls shot put relay: Reinke, Lisa Kewaunee 35-08.75 2

Boys shot put relay: Evers, Gannon Sturgeon Bay 40-10.75 2



Wolves softball shuts out Clippers

The Algoma softball team put up crooked numbers in three different innings to cruise past Sturgeon Bay 7-0.


The Wolves scored twice in both the third and fourth innings and three times in the sixth inning while Rylee Fenendal allowed just three hits and struck out 15 to shut down the Clippers. Rylee Zimmermann and Sierra Slaby recorded the RBI for the Wolves in the win.

Algoma baseball, softball battles Sturgeon Bay

The Algoma Wolves' baseball and softball teams will stay close to home on Thursday when they host Sturgeon Bay Thursday.


Carson Leist had 10 strikeouts while Spencer Haack, Javen Charles, Carson Lischka, Jordan Fenendael, and Chase Romdenne all drove in runs in Tuesday's 6-5 Wolves' baseball win over Peshtigo on Tuesday. The Clippers' game against NEW Lutheran had to be suspended with the score 1-1.


in Softball, the Wolves lost their first game of the season to Peshtigo 4-3 while the Clippers dropped their game to NEW Lutheran 11-4.


The doubleheader begins at 4:30 p.m.

Algoma hosts conference relays meet

It is relays only Thursday afternoon when Algoma hosts the entire Packerland Conference for the annual meet.


The meet featuring Algoma, Gibraltar, Kewaunee, NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy, Oconto, Peshtigo, Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Sturgeon Bay begins at 3:30 p.m. with the field events and the track action at 4 p.m. 


The meet features some unique events that you will only see at relay meets such as the 3x1600m, sprint medley featuring three different distances, and the 3x100m throwers relay.

Algoma baseball, softball head to Peshtigo

The Algoma Wolves baseball and sofftball teams head to Peshtigo for their first games of the season.


The baseball team has had its first two games either postponed or canceled while the softball team has had it happened three times so far this season.


The Bulldogs' softball team is in the same boat as Algoma's teams, but the baseball team has been able to get three games in, including a 9-4 win last week against Sevastopol.


Games begin at 5 p.m. with the softball matchup consisting of a doubleheader. 

Zimmerman steps down as Algoma basketball coach

For the first time since the 2017-2018 season, Algoma will have to look for a new basketball coach.


Mark Miller from the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook shared on Twitter Wednesday afternoon that Corie Zimmerman was stepping down from the position of head basketball coach. He had a career record of 19-89 in his five seasons at the helm. the move times out with the graduation of his son Carter, who set the all-time scoring record in Algoma High School history this season.