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Algoma High School Archives for 2021-01

Lady Wolves fall again to Blazers

The Algoma Wolves could not close their eight-point first-half deficit, falling to NEW Lutheran Friday night 61-56.


The Wolves were able to get to the line but were unable to convert on the opportunity as they only hit 13 of their 21 attempts. Three Wolves scored in double figures in the defeat led by Hanna Wiese's 17 points, followed by 12 points for Halle Panger and Ryley Zimmerman adding 10 points. Bailey Scholz scored 26 of the Blazers 61 points to lead them past the Pioneers. 

Lady Wolves look to break out against Sevastopol

The Algoma Wolves look to snap a two-game skid Thursday night when they play the Sevastopol Pioneers at home. 


The Wolves struggled against conference-leading Kewaunee earlier this week, scoring only seven first-half points in a 69-19 rout. The Wolves last won when it played a home-and-home against winless Sturgeon Bay in the middle of January. 


The Pioneers have lost three straight since beating Algoma on January 18th, including a heartbreaking 39-37 defeat at the hands of Oconto. In their 50-37 win over the Wolves, Zoe Kuehn scored 18 points and Grace Brauer added 10 for the Pioneers while preventing an Algoma player to crack double-figures in scoring.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Algoma girls can't break Peshtigo defense

The Algoma girls' basketball team simply could not get their offense going Friday night as they lost to Peshtigo 52-24. 


The Wolves could only muster 12 points a half in the contest and fell behind by 21 in the first half. They were able to get to the line 12 more times than the Bulldogs, but both teams finished shooting 50 percent from the charity stripe (Algoma 10-20, Peshtigo 4-8).  No Wolves players broke the double-figures mark, but they were led by Emily Kirchman who scored seven points. 

Sydney Lund led all scorers with 14 points for the Bulldogs while Grace Wickman chipped in another 12.




Algoma girls hopes to start winning streak at Peshtigo

The Algoma Wolves' girls basketball team hope to pick up where they left off earlier this week when they head to Peshtigo to face the Bulldogs.


COVID protocols called off its last scheduled game against Gibraltar and the Wolves have been looking to get back on the court after falling to Sevastopol 50-37 on Monday. Halle Panger and Julia Vandervest combined for 16 points in the loss.


The Bulldogs beat Oconto its last time out 52-44. Sydney Lund continued her strong season, scoring 16 points in the win. The Bulldogs are currently in fourth place in the Packerland Conference as they look up at Sevastopol, Southern Door, and Kewaunee.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Algoma/Gibraltar girls' basketball postponed

A game between the Algoma Wolves and Gibraltar Vikings' girls' basketball teams will not take place as scheduled due to COVID-19 protocols.


According to Shawn Duncan from the Algoma School District, the game was called off due to Gibraltar athletes being in quarantine. No make-up date has been set.

Algoma boys host Sturgeon Bay Thursday

The Algoma Wolves boys' basketball team is looking for its first win of the season when the Sturgeon Bay Clippers come to town on Thursday.


The Wolves are coming off a team shutdown that saw a few of its games get postponed over the last week, including its previously scheduled game with the Clippers on Monday. In their last game, Carter Zimmerman scored 14 points and Kaden Vardon added 13 in a 70-47 loss to conference-leading Southern Door on December 22nd.


The Clippers has also seen a number of its games get canceled or postponed in recent days, including a matchup against NEW Lutheran on Tuesday. Anthony Jennerjohn leads the team in scoring with 11.5 points per game, but it was Jack Schmelzer's 21 points that helped the Clippers get their first win last week against Sevastopol.


Tip is set for 6 p.m.

Algoma girls nip Sturgeon Bay

The Algoma Wolves hit four big-three pointers on their way to a 34-33 victory over Sturgeon Bay Tuesday night.  The Lady Wolves were led by Halle Panger and Ryley Zimmerman who scored eight points apiece.  Zimmerman knocked down two three-pointers to pace Algoma.  The Clippers were led by Jaiden Adams and Morgan Reinhardt who had eight points each as well. 

Algoma girls host Clippers Tuesday

The Algoma Wolves girls basketball team hopes to take advantage of a possibly tired Sturgeon Bay Clippers squad when the two tangle on Tuesday night.


The Wolves have played a limited schedule under Mark Zastrow, losing all three of their matchups so far this season. They last played on December 22nd when the Wolves fell into an 18 point hole after the first half on their way to a 68-40 loss to Southern Door. Emily Kirchman led the way with 15 points and 11 rebounds.


The Clippers are coming off a 53-41 loss to Oconto on Monday night. Carley Wodack scored 19 points in the defeat.


Tip is set for 7:30 p.m.

Algoma boys pause team activities

There will not be an Algoma boys' basketball for at least three more days.


According to Shawn Duncan from Algoma, boys' basketball is on pause for at least the next three days.  Games on 1/11 and 1/12 will be postponed.  There will also be no practice until further notice.