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Algoma High School Archives for 2019-04

Algoma baseball loses conference road game

Algoma traveled to Peshtigo on Saturday and lost 11-1 to the Bulldogs. The Wolves struggled to get anything going offensively while Nick Nielson and Zack Wallin each had two doubles for Peshtigo.


Algoma's next game will be at home against Southern Door on Tuesday with the first pitch at 4:30 PM.

Algoma gets road conference win

Algoma Wolves Varsity defeated Peshtigo 7-1 on Saturday thanks to four runs in the third inning.  Makayla Guillette, Brooklyn Hoffman, and Breanne Schmidt all drove in runs in the frame.


Maddie Prokash pitched Algoma Wolves Varsity to victory. She went seven innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out 11.


G Meyers took the loss for Peshtigo. She surrendered six runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out nine.


Algoma Wolves Varsity collected nine hits on the day.  Missy Srnka and Guillette all had multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Guillette and Srnka each managed two hits to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity.

Algoma baseball holds on to lead against Sevastopol

Algoma Wolves Varsity took home a 4-2 victory over Sevastopol on Thursday.


Algoma got on the board in the first inning. Mitchell Zimmer singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.


Trevor Nell was on the pitcher's mound for Algoma. He went six innings, allowing two runs on four hits and striking out three.


Jack De Young was on the hill for Sevastopol. He surrendered three runs on three hits over five innings, striking out one. Jacob Pflieger and Arthur Hocevar entered the game from the bullpen, throwing one inning and one inning respectively.


Max Panger led Algoma with two hits in four at bats. Noah Lukes and Justin Dragosh also had hits

Robby Pollman went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Sevastopol in hits. 

Algoma track boasts five individual champions at Oconto Falls

They finished behind their Packerland Conference rivals in the final scores at the Oconto Falls Track Invitational Thursday, but no team brought home more gold from the area than Algoma.


On the girls' side, Bobby Blahnik swept the shot put and discus titles with impressive throws in each event. It was the field events that paced the boys' team as well with Max Schoening winning discus, Jordan Deringer coming in first the high jump, and Dane Johnson topping the field in pole vault. 


Below are the complete results for Algoma



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

9.11Jordon Deringer12.51aAlgoma


100 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

7.11Jordon Deringer12.28aSRAlgoma

17.10Joe Haegele13.53aPRAlgoma

21.10Blake Coleson14.10aAlgoma


200 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

12.12Dane Johnson25.26aAlgoma

13.11Jordon Deringer25.41aAlgoma


400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

16.12Sebastian Schmiling1:07.80aAlgoma

11Brevin RobertsonDNSAlgoma


800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

11Brevin RobertsonDNSAlgoma


1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

11.11Ben Fahrenkrug5:58.81aAlgoma


3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

10.11Ben Fahrenkrug12:52.24aPRAlgoma


110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Brett Benesh18.28aAlgoma


110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Prelims x

5.11Brett Benesh18.17aPRAlgoma

11.11Chase Peronto21.04aAlgoma


300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Chase Peronto46.88aAlgoma

5.11Brett Benesh47.25aAlgoma


4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

8.Blake Coleson
Joe Haegele
Anthony Naze
Noah Paszczak53.52aAlgoma


4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

4.Brett Benesh
Chase Peronto
Oliver Robertson
Dane Johnson1:42.37aAlgoma


4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

7.-Sebastian Schmiling
Oliver Robertson
Brevin Robertson
Dane Johnson4:16.42aAlgoma


Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Max Schoening45-01.00Algoma

9.11Elijah Ritchie39-08.00Algoma

13.10Jarod Huettl37-08.00Algoma


Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Max Schoening146-00PRAlgoma

12.10Jarod Huettl111-09PRAlgoma

14.11Elijah Ritchie109-10Algoma


High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Jordon Deringer5-08.00SRAlgoma


Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Dane Johnson11-00.00PRAlgoma

6.11Brevin Robertson9-06.00PRAlgoma

12Noah PaszczakSCRAlgoma


Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

12.11Brett Benesh16-05.25Algoma

14.11Chase Peronto16-00.00Algoma

11Oliver RobertsonSCRAlgoma



100 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

17. 11 Marie Prodell   15.48a Algoma
18. 9 Julia Vandervest   15.97a Algoma
20. 9 Veronica Ramirez   16.25a Algoma

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6. 11 Jenny Farley   29.54a Algoma
8. 9 Morgan Mattson   30.67a Algoma

200 Meters  Varsity - Prelims x

6. 11 Jenny Farley   29.18a Algoma
9. 9 Morgan Mattson   29.91aPR Algoma

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5. 12 Liberty Ansorge   1:07.78aSR Algoma

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5. 12 Liberty Ansorge   2:48.58aSR Algoma
13. 12 Faith Fenendael   3:20.53a Algoma

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

7. 11 Colleen Dachelet   6:17.66aSR Algoma
12. 12 Faith Fenendael   7:23.52aPR Algoma

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6. 11 Colleen Dachelet   14:17.10aSR Algoma

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

8. 11 Sydney Zimmerman   18.89a Algoma

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Prelims x

7. 11 Sydney Zimmerman   19.07a Algoma

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

13. 11 Sydney Zimmerman   1:01.05a Algoma
15. 10 Payton Panger   1:05.84a Algoma

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

7.   Sydnee Guilette
Julia Vandervest
Veronica Ramirez
Morgan Mattson
  59.82a Algoma

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

7.   Liberty Ansorge
Sydney Zimmerman
Payton Panger
Morgan Mattson
  5:00.49a Algoma

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1. 10 Bobbi Blahnik   36-03.25 Algoma
2. 12 Hannah Wessel   33-03.00PR Algoma
8. 9 Sydnee Guilette   30-04.50 Algoma

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

1. 10 Bobbi Blahnik   117-10PR Algoma
4. 12 Hannah Wessel   98-10PR Algoma
11. 10 Payge Panger   82-02PR Algoma

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

10. 11 Ericka Berger   4-02.00 Algoma

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

2. 11 Jenny Farley   8-00.00 Algoma
  11 Marie Prodell   SCR Algoma

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

11. 11 Marie Prodell   12-06.00SR Algoma
17. 9 Julia Vandervest   10-11.00 Algoma
  9 Veronica Ramirez   ND Algoma

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

9. 11 Sydney Zimmerman   27-08.50PR Algoma
14. 10 Payton Panger   25-03.75SR Algoma

Algoma's track and field teams come in third in Peshtigo

Both and boys and girls track and field teams finished in third place in a Packerland Conference meet in Peshtigo on Tuesday. The boys picked up 49 points while the girls racked up 77.


Max Schoening took first place in the Discus Throw (133-10).


Jenny Farley was the fastest in the 200M Dash (28.29a). She also won the Pole Vault (9-00.00). Sydney Zimmerman took first the 100M Hurdles (18.63a). Bobbi Blahnik won the Shot Put (36-01.50) and Discus (99-09). 

Algoma bats come alive against Sevastopol

Emersyn Wallace was an RBI machine on Tuesday, driving in six on three hits to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity past Sevastopol 19-8 on Tuesday.  Wallace drove in runs in the first, with a single in the second, a single in the fourth, and a double in the fifth.


Sevastopol scored six runs in the third inning, but Algoma Wolves Varsity still managed to pull out the victory.  Samantha Differt, Karley Schram, and Abigail Hoevar all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.


Algoma Wolves Varsity got on the board in the first inning.


Algoma Wolves Varsity scored seven runs in the second inning.  The big inning was thanks to singles by Maddie Prokash, Hanna Wiese, Chloie Spitzer, and Wallace and a groundout by Brooklyn Hoffman.


Prokash led things off in the pitcher's circle for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She went three and a third innings, allowing zero runs on zero hits and striking out six.


Allison Daubner was in the pitcher's circle for Sevastopol. She allowed 15 hits and 19 runs over four and a third innings, striking out four.


Algoma Wolves Varsity totaled 15 hits in the game.  Wallace, Prokash, Spitzer, and Breanne Schmidt all had multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Prokash and Wallace each collected three hits to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Algoma Wolves Varsity didn't commit a single error in the field. Makayla Guillette had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.


Sevastopol tallied seven hits on the day.  Schram and Differt each had multiple hits for Sevastopol.


Algoma no-hit by Sevastopol

Algoma didn't have much of a chance on Tuesday night against Sevastopol's Robby Pollman on Tuesday. Pollman no-hit the Wolves on Algoma's home field. The final score was 12-0 in five innings. This game was originally scheduled to be played on March 30th.


The two teams will meet again on Thursday, this time at Sevastopol with the first pitch coming at 5 PM.

Wolves clobber Blazers in softball

Algoma Wolves Varsity defeated Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 15-0 on Monday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Rylee Fenendael induced a groundout from H Suski to finish off the game.


Algoma Wolves Varsity got things moving in the first inning.  Chloie Spitzer drove in two when she tripled.


Algoma Wolves Varsity scored seven runs in the fourth inning.  The offensive firepower by Algoma Wolves Varsity was led by Breanne Schmidt, Fenendael, Missy Srnka, and Emersyn Wallace, who each had RBIs in the inning.


A single by M Torres in the first inning was a positive for Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran.


Maddie Prokash was the winning pitcher for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She allowed two hits and zero runs over two innings, striking out six and walking zero.  Fenendael threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.


J Nelson took the loss for Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran. She lasted three and two-thirds innings, allowing five hits and 15 runs while striking out five.


Hannah Lee, Payton Jandrin, Srnka, Spitzer, and Wallace all had one hit to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Algoma Wolves Varsity was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Makayla Guillette made the most plays with six.


M Zimmer went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran in hits.


Baseball, softball hope to beat rain

Rain is in the forecast, but teams across Door and Kewaunee Counties hope they squeeze in their games this evening. 


Northeastern Conference softball has Luxemburg-Casco making up its April 11th matchup against rival Denmark beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Packerland Conference matchups for baseball and softball include Gibraltar hosting Kewaunee, Algoma playing at home against NEW Lutheran and Southern Door heading to Oconto for 5 p.m. starts. Sturgeon Bay's games in Peshtigo have been moved up to 4 p.m.


A look at the conference standings for softball has the Spartans leading the Northeastern Conference by a half-game over Denmark while Southern Door and Oconto are tied for the lead in the Packerland. In baseball, Luxemburg-Casco is a game out of first place in the Northeastern Conference while Sturgeon Bay is leading the pack in the Packerland. 

Wolves baseball fall to Blue Devils 11-0

The hits came fast and furious for Oconto as they beat Algoma 11-0 in five innings Thursday.


Oconto was efficient on offense, scoring their 11 runs on 12 hits. Four different Blue Devil batters registered two hits in the game. Trevor Nell took the loss for the Wolves, surrendering all the hits and runs by Oconto while striking out three and walking two.


Max Panger got two of Algoma's three hits in the loss. 

Wolves pounce on Blue Devils in softball action

The Algoma Wolves softball team beat Oconto Thursday,  6-1.


The Wolves got things started in the first inning when they scored one run on an Emersyn Wallace single. They put up three runs in the sixth inning thanks to Hanna Wiese and Chloie Spitzer, who each had RBIs in the inning.


Maddie Prokash led the Algoma Wolves Varsity to victory in the circle. She allowed four hits and one run over seven innings, striking out 11 and walking zero. K Susa took the loss for Oconto. She allowed nine hits and six runs over seven innings, striking out four.


Breanne Schmidt went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Wolves in hits.


H Wusterbarth led Oconto with two hits in three at-bats.

Algoma shows up big as track and field host

Algoma hosted Southern Door, Gibraltar and Oconto in a track meet on Tuesday. The girls won the meet with 94 and the boys came in second with 87.


Colleen Dachelet, Sydney Zimmerman, Bobbi Blahnik and Marie Prodell all won events for the girls.


Dane Johnson, Oliver Robertson, Brevin Robertson, Chase Peronto, Max Schoening, Brett Benesh and the 4x200 Relay Team all picked up victories. 

Maddie Prokash shut down Kewaunee

Maddie Prokash shut down Kewaunee, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Algoma Wolves Varsity to a 4-0 victory on Tuesday


A double by Cierra Brann in the fifth inning was a positive for Kewaunee.


Prokash earned the victory in the circle for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She lasted seven innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out 12.


Hiley Gaedtke took the loss for Kewaunee. She went six innings, allowing two runs on six hits, striking out five and walking zero.


Algoma Wolves Varsity tallied ten hits.  Chloie Spitzer, Makayla Guillette, and Hanna Wiese each racked up multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Wiese, Guillette, and Spitzer all had two hits to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity.


Kewaunee was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. C Kohnle made the most plays with  13.

Algoma blows out Green Bay NEW Lutheran

Algoma softball picked up their first win of the season with relative ease on Tuesday. The Wolves knocked off Green Bay NEW Lutheran 15-1. Algoma was very patient at the dish drawing nine walks on the day. The Wolves will try to keep it going on Thursday when they travel to Peshtigo for a 5 PM first pitch.

Algoma baseball drops one to Wausaukee

Algoma baseball is now 0-2 on the season after falling in Wausaukee 14-5 on Tuesday. It was a close game in the fourth inning when Wausaukee got the lead for good with a three-run single from Cole Caylor. The Rangers would then add on 6 runs in the fifth.


Max Panger had a fine game for the Wolves tallying three hits in three at-bats.


Algoma will try for their first win on Thursday when they'll travel to Peshtigo for a conference matchup.


The Wolves have been competitive this season even though they are 0-2. Their first game of the season was a 1-0 loss to Southern Door. They are trying to stay competitive and get better this season. If Algoma can, they'll have a chance at their first conference championship since 2009. That was the answer to Tuesday's trivia question. Congratulations to Sue Haegele who answered the question correctly!

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the Day 4-9-19

Tuesday's trivia question is, "When is the last time Algoma baseball won a conference championship?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a prize.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Wednesday.

Algoma softball looks to rebound

The Algoma softball team hopes to get a bad taste out of their mouth when they face Gibraltar Monday afternoon.


The Wolves did not play a full seven innings last Thursday when the Southern Door Eagles jumped all over their pitching, scoring 12 runs in the shutout rout. It's the first of four games for the Wolves this week, which will travel to Green Bay Tuesday and Peshtigo Thursday before returning home Friday to face Sturgeon Bay.


Monday's game begins at 5 p.m.

Algoma softball preparing for first game

The Algoma softball can't wait to get back on the diamond for some real game action and they'll get that opportunity on Thursday. The Wolves will travel to Southern Door with the first pitch coming at 5 PM. It'll be a matchup of the best and third best team in the conference from a year ago with the Eagles being the conference champs. From 2012 to 2015 Algoma won the Packerland Conference championship in each of those years. The pinnacle of their success came in 2013 when the Wolves won the state championship, beating Newman Catholic 5-4 in the title game. 


Newman Catholic was the correct answer to Tuesday's trivia question which asked who Algoma softball beat in the 2013 state championship game. Congratulations to Brad Klatt for answering the question correctly!

High School Sports Trivia Contest Question of the Day 4-2-19

Tuesday's trivia question is, "Who did Algoma softball beat in the 2013 state championship game?"


You can find this question in the E-paper. If you answer correctly through the E-paper, you have an opportunity to win a prize.


The answer will be posted at 7 AM on Wednesday.