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Algoma High School Archives for 2020-04

Algoma's Dier advances to Phoenix women's basketball lip sync finals

They say it takes a village to raise a child and that phrase can be used for the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball lip-sync championship as well.


Former Algoma standout Anna Dier performance of "Lean on Me" with teammates and places around the peninsula captured the win over Luxemburg-Casco alum Cassie Schiltz in the semifinal matchup. Schiltz performed “Old Town Road”  by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus for her entry. Dier now heads to the championship round to face guard Hailey Oskey.


Screenshot from Green Bay women's basketball



Former Wolves star Dier lip syncs her way to Green Bay elite eight

Former Algoma Wolves standout Anna Dier is showing her lip-syncing skills are just as good as her basketball skills were as the Green Bay Phoenix women's team has some offseason fun.


Dier defeated Frankie Wurtz in their Sweet 16 matchup of the 2020 Green Bay Women's Basketball Lip Sync Battle. Her performance of "Joy to World" proved to be too much for Wurtz's rendition of "Do Wah Diddy Diddy." Dier will now face teammate Lyndsey Robson for a chance at an all Kewaunee County semifinal against Luxemburg-Casco alum Cassie Schiltz. People looking to support Dier can head to the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball social media feeds.


Screenshot courtesy of Green Bay Athletics's Champion of Champions Series: 1983 Algoma Baseball

Algoma's girls sports teams have carried the torch in recent years, but in 1983 its was the boys' baseball team that gave the school its state championship.


The Wolves beat Waunakee and then Big Foot to claim its first and only state championship not just for baseball but for boys in general. A little luck went a long way to help the Wolves get into the championship game when they battled Waunakee. Pitchers and defense got themselves out of jams, forcing Waunakee to leave 13 people on base. The Wolves were also able to take advantage of three errors by Waunakee's Tim Price, which is in WIAA record books for second-most errors by one player in a game. Algoma's John Jones is also in the record books, recording two of his three sacrifices in the tournament against Waunakee to help the Wolves face Big Foot in the championship game. 


The Wolves won their title game against Big Foot 9-3 thanks in part to their work on the base paths. They hit two triples and stole six bases in the game that clinched the title for Gerald Guth's team in Division B.