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Algoma High School Archives for 2021-10

Algoma places several on All-Conference teams

The Algoma Wolves were well represented on the various All-Conference teams announced this weekend.


The Wolves play in the MONLPC-8 East for football, the Packerland for volleyball, and the EWC/Packerland for soccer. Below are the selections.



Carter Zimmerman 2nd team QB, LB

Leyton Haegele 2nd team RB

Kaden Vardon 1st team WR, DB

Grant Vandervest 1st team WR

Carter Dachelet 1st team OL, DL

CA Ritchie 2nd Team OL

Noah Lukes 1st team LB



Owen Robertson- Honorable Mention Midfielder

Ryley Robinson- Honorable Mention Defender



Ryley Robinson- Honorable Mention All-Around

Rylee Fenendael- Honorable Mention Front Row


Algoma runners complete season at Manitowoc

Algoma's small cross country team ran large at Saturday's WIAA Sectional Meet hosted by Manitowoc Lutheran.


Savanna Daul was the top finisher, covering the 5K course in 25:22, which was good for 79th place overall.


79 Savanna Daul 11 Algoma 25:22.1 

90 Morgan Mattson 12 Algoma 26:40.5

91 Veronica Ramirez 12 Algoma 26:43.9

Algoma soccer season ends with shutout

The Algoma Wolves were only able to extend their season by one game after falling to Sheboygan Christian/Sheboygan Lutheran 5-0.


Their season ends with a 3-12 mark including 1-7 record in the Packerland Conference.

Algoma volleyball's season end in Manitowoc

The Algoma Wolves could not find enough firepower to outlast Manitowoc Lutheran Thursday, falling 3-0 to the host team. 


The Wolves fell by scores of 25-21, 25-20, and 25-19. Their season ends with 7-16 mark including 2-6 in the Packerland Conference.

Wolves volleyball not done yet

The Algoma Wolves will look for their second straight upset win with the WIAA Tournament when they travel to face Manitowoc Lutheran.


The Wolves entered the tournament on a six-match losing streak, which included a 3-1 loss to Southern Door. They would answer the bell when the season was on the line, sweeping the Eagles on Tuesday. Manitowoc Lutheran enters the evening winners of five of their last six matches. They bounced back after losing their conference tournament finale with a 3-0 win over Roncalli Tuesday.


Match time is set for 7 p.m. 

Algoma soccer continues tournament run vs. Sheboygan Christian/Sheboygan Lutheran

The Algoma Wolves soccer team hopes Tuesday''s win is a part of a bigger tournament run as they travel to Sheboygan on Thursday. 


The Wolves captured their first win in nearly a month after beating Kewaunee earlier this week 5-1. Toppling Gibraltar/Sevastopol at the beginning of October and Berlin in September were the squad's only other victories. Sheboygan Lutheran/Sheboygan Christian has won three of their last four matches, including their last two by a combined score of 8-1.

The opening touch is set for 4 p.m. 

Algoma sweeps Southern Door in volleyball regional

The #10 Algoma Wolves upset the #7Southern Door Eagles in regional volleyball on Tuesday evening.  The Wolves won in a close match, sweeping the Eagles with scores of 25-23, 25-23, and 25-20.  Amelia Robinson led the way for Algoma with16 Assists, while Ryley Zimmerman added 11 Kills, 3 Aces, and 11 Digs for the Wolves.  MyLee Jones contributed 10 Kills, 1 Ace and 17 Digs, while Isabella McCoskey chipped in with15 Receptions and 9 Digs. 


Algoma will now play #2 Manitowoc Lutheran on Thursday.

Kewaunee and Algoma meet to advance in soccer playoffs

A match between two close rivals will help fill out Thursday's WIAA Regional Semifinal slate for boys soccer on Tuesday.


The Storm is looking for its first win since its opening afternoon victory against Green Bay West on August 31st. It scored three goals that game and they have only scored six in the 13 games since. The Wolves have fared slightly better, keeping matches close despite only picking up on more victory than the Storm so far this season.

The game is scheduled for 4:00 p.m.

Daul paces Wolves at Packerlands

Algoma's Savanna Daul set a season best at Thursday's Packerland Conference Cross Country Championships in Fish Creek to set the stage for the upcoming sectionals meet.


Daul ran a 25:34 on the 5K course to lead the Wolves.



1.30.11Savanna Daul25:34.57 SRAlgoma

2.34.12Morgan Mattson27:03.85Algoma

3.36.12Julia Vandervest27:53.10Algoma

Wolves run past Tigers in football finale

Algoma finished out its successful 2021 campaign at home Friday night with a decisive 58-14 victory.


Carter Zimmerman only rushed the ball eight times, but they were effective as he covered 201 yards for four scores. Grant Vandervest was effective in the kicking game, returning a punt in the first quarter and a kickoff in the third quarter for touchdowns. Carson Lischka had a second-quarter pick-six while Kaden Vardon threw the team's only touchdown pass to Vandervest in the second quarter and registered the only points for the Wolves in the fourth quarter on a 75-yard kickoff return touchdown. 

Algoma football battles Gillett in season finale

Algoma will have pride on the line Friday night when they take to the football field to play Gillett.


The Wolves toppled Sevastopol last week 40-18 after letting them get back into the game a little bit in the third quarter. Conference-leading Lena/STAA remains the Wolves only loss of the season, but WIAA rules on enrollment will keep Algoma out of the playoffs. The Tigers received a forfeit against Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran last week, but lost to Athens 60-14 in a make-up game. They have given up at least 60 in four of their seven losses.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Algoma volleyball falls to Bonduel

Algoma Wolves volleyball battled but was not able to overcome the Bonduel Bears on Thursday night at home.  Falling in all three games, 17-25, 25-27, and 23-25, the Wolves were led by Emily Kirchman with three solo blocks, MyLee Jones with six kills and one serving ace.  Ryley Zimmerman contributed six kills while Hannah Nell contributed seven assists and one ace.  

Algoma welcomes Bonduel for final regular season match

The Algoma Wolves volleyball team hopes to enter tournament play on a happy note when they host Bonduel on Thursday.


The Wolves were swept by Sevastopol earlier this week and have now lost nine of their last 10 sets spanning three different conference matches. The Bears snapped a two-match losing streak last week with a 3-0 road sweep at Rosholt.


Match time is set for 7 p.m.



Algoma volleyball hosts Sevastopol Tuesday

The Algoma Wolves volleyball team will take its turn trying to slow down the Sevastopol Pioneers. 


The Wolves dropped six of its seven sets last week when it lost to Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door.  They have won four of their last seven matches after losing six in a row.


The Pioneers have won nine of their last 10 matches with their last defeat against state-ranked and the #1 seed in the Division 3 volleyball Oconto. The Pioneers didn't drop a set last week, sweeping Kewaunee and Gibraltar.


Match begins at 7 p.m.

Algoma captures homecoming win over Sevastopol

Carter Zimmerman scored four touchdowns en route to a 40-18 homecoming win over Sevastopol on Friday night.


Zimmerman ran for the first score and found Kaden Vardon from 57 yards out to stake the Wolves to the early lead. The Pioneers could only muster a safety in the first half while the Wolves would add another touchdown before the half thanks to the legs of Leyton Haegele.


The Pioneers would score two touchdowns in the third quarter including a pass from Jack de Young that got the score to 28-18 entering the fourth quarter.


Zimmerman shut the door on the Pioneers, finding Vardon for two long touchdown passes to put the game on ice for the Wolves.

Algoma looks to stay in 8-man football hunt against Sevastopol

The Algoma football controls its own destiny when it comes to qualifying for the eight-man football playoffs starting Friday night when it hosts Sevastopol.


Their conference title hopes took a hit last Thursday when it lost to Lena/STAA on the road 36-14. Carter Zimmermann was largely kept in check despite scoring two touchdowns, gaining a season low 86 yards on the ground and only 79 yards through the air.


The Pioneers picked up their second conference win of the season with a 54-14 win over Gillett. Jack de Young scored five total touchdowns while gaining over 200 yards of total offense on the night.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Algoma soccer prepares for New Holstein/Elkhart Lake

The Algoma Wolves soccer team hopes their winning ways stay alive Tuesday when they host New Holstein/Elkhart Lake.


The Wolves won their last match on Saturday when they played Gibraltar/Sevastopol to a 1-0 victory. New Holstein/Elkhart Lake is in the middle of a seven-game winless streak (0-6-1), having last won on September 16th against Kewaunee 11-1.


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

Algoma football fall off the pace against Lena/STAA

The Algoma Wolves football team could not keep its status as the alpha dog in the MONLPC-8 East on Thursday night as they fell to Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 36-14.


The two sides traded scores in the first quarter with a Carter Zimmerman touchdown run from 16 yards out sandwiched between a pair of Sam Marquardt scores for the Tigers. The Wolves' visits to the endzone would stop after Zimmerman scored from 12 yards away in the opening moments of the second quarter. Josh Kristof would score a touchdown for the Tigers a minute later and Lane Whiting would add touchdowns in the second and third quarters to put the game away.


The Wolves return to action next week for homecoming when they face Sevastopol.