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Algoma High School Archives for 2019-12

Algoma-Reedsville basketball game postponed tonight (Monday)

The Algoma Wolves boys basketball team will have to wait until the New Year to play another game.  The game at Reedsville scheduled for Monday night has been postponed due to the predicted bad weather and icy road conditions.  No makeup date has been announced at this time.  The Wolves' next scheduled game is Friday night at Peshtigo.

Algoma boys still looking for first victory

The Algoma High School boys basketball team hosted Oconto Thursday night. The Wolves entered the game without a victory and Oconto had dropped their previous two contests. A losing streak was going to be snapped. Unfortunately for Algoma, it was the Blue Devils who will head into Christmas on a high note. Oconto won 65-47. Algoma’s next game is December 30th against Reedsville.

Algoma girls roll against Oconto

For the first time this season, the Algoma High School girls basketball team hit 50 points on Tuesday and it helped them to pick up their second victory of the season at Oconto. The Blue Devils had only one scorer get into double figures, Aubree Bucheger notched 13 of her team’s 29 total points. Oconto put up 13 points in the first half and was smothered again in the second, managing 16. 


Algoma had a balanced attack with three players scoring 10 or more points including Chloe Spitzer, Hanna Wiese, and Ericka Berger.

Wolves fall to Wildcats

The first win is still proving to be elusive for the Algoma boys' basketball after its setback Monday to Green Bay West. 


The Wolves lost the Wildcats 72-53, giving up 36 points in each half of play. 

Algoma boys basketball looks for first win

The Algoma Wolves boys basketball team hopes its first win of the season comes at home against Green Bay West on Monday night.


The Wolves have opened the season 0-4, including a 74-52 loss to NEW Lutheran last week. The Wildcats haven't fared much better since their season opening win against Bonduel, dropping their last three including a heartbreaking 49-48 decision to cross city rival Green Bay East last week.  The Wolves will have to lean on the scoring abilities of Carter Zimmerman (16.7 ppg) and Trevor Nell (11.7 ppg) as the Wildcats have been averaging nearly 60 points a game compared to around 46 for the Wolves.


Monday's tip time is 7:30 p.m.

Algoma boys still looking for first win

The Algoma High School boys basketball team is still searching for the right formula for a win after dropping Friday’s game at NEW Lutheran, 74-52. That comes in spite of a phenomenal 28-point effort from Carter Zimmerman. NEW Lutheran was more balanced, getting 24 from Marshal Bukowski and 15 from Tristian Lynch.


Algoma has a good chance of dialing up a victory in their next contest on Monday. Green Bay West will be coming to town with a three-game losing streak in tow. The Wildcats have given up as many as 95 points in a game during that stretch. The Wolves offense looks to get on track for the first time this year against West.

Algoma boys basketball nearly doubled up

The Algoma High School boys basketball team played their first game of the season Saturday against an opponent with game action under their belt already, and it showed. The Wolves fell to the Two Rivers Purple Raiders 73-38. Two Rivers played this past Tuesday beating Kewaunee by four. 

Against the Storm, Two Rivers had three players in double figures with Cam Daffner pacing the team at 25 points. Saturday it was Alex Klein netting 23 leading a trio of double-digit point efforts. Like plugging a leak with your finger, bottling up one gives opportunities to another. 

Algoma got off to a particularly slow start, managing 15 points in the first half. Algoma's next game is Thursday night at Gibraltar with tip at 7:30 PM.


Algoma girls rally late against Green Bay West

After struggling offensively throughout the season opener, the Algoma High School girls basketball team finally found a spark late to rally past Green Bay West. With 4:10 to go in the fourth quarter, the Wolves trailed 41-35 before going on an 11-2 run keyed by an "and one" free throw for a traditional three-point play plus two jumpers from behind the arc. 

Forward Hanna Wiese led the team with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Sydney Zimmerman had seven points. Algoma evens their record at 1-1 while Green Bay West falls to 0-3 on the season. The next game for the Wolves is against Gibraltar on Tuesday night with the tip at 7:30 PM in Algoma.