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Algoma High School Archives for 2022-03

Algoma track boasts strong performances at Oconto Falls, Oshkosh

The Algoma Wolves track teams look to be anchored by their field events once again this season.


Carter Dachelet threw a personal best distance in his 1st place performance in Monday's meet at Oconto Falls. Emily Kirchman won both the Oconto Falls and the UW-Oshkosh meets on consecutive days. Kirchman won the UWO meet thanks to a new personal best of 35-10. Morgan Mattson medaled in three events, but her best finish was third in the triple jump. You can find more details from the Algoma Track team below:



Wolves Track Round-Up: Girls start strong

The Algoma Track teams got to business last week with a pair of meets in Algoma and Ripon.


For the boys in Oshkosh, Austin Miller's 60 meet dash was the only one to record a time.


60 Meter Dash Varsity - D3 - Prelims

30.11Austin Miller8.77a PRAlgoma

--9Isaac YunkDNSAlgoma

4x200 Relay Varsity - D3 - Finals


10Dane Preston

11Kaden Vardon

9Isaac Yunk

11Austin Miller

DNSAlgoma - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - D3 - Finals

--12Carter DacheletFOULAlgoma

--11Zack KirchmanFOULAlgoma

--10Mason MelohnFOULAlgoma

Long Jump Varsity - D3 - Finals

--11Kaden VardonDNSAlgoma


Both teams competed in Ripon the following day. Dane Preston posted the best result for the boys with a jump of 5"04 for a seventh place finish. Emily Kirchman took third in the shot put and Morgan Mattson took third in the triple jump to pace the Wolves girls.



60 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals

6.12Morgan Mattson8.64a PRAlgoma

20.11Emma Strandell9.53a PRAlgoma

22.12Juilia Vandervest9.60a PRAlgoma

26.9Vivika Meverden9.88a PRAlgoma

36.10Kayleigh Woelfel10.89a PRAlgoma

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

17.12Juilia Vandervest33.24a PRAlgoma

30.11Savanna Daul36.22a PRAlgoma

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

16.12Veronica Ramirez3:33.12a PRAlgoma

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

13.11Savanna Daul8:03.78a PRAlgoma

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

5:21.79aAlgoma - A

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Finals

3.11Emily Kirchman34-09.25 PRAlgoma

9.10Faith Gerdmann26-03.00 PRAlgoma

High Jump Varsity - Finals

11.9Vivika Meverden4-00.00 PRAlgoma

13.10Xadria Duffeck3-10.00 PRAlgoma

13.10Faith Gerdmann3-10.00 PRAlgoma

--10Kayleigh WoelfelNHAlgoma

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

13.12Juilia Vandervest11-06.50 SRAlgoma

17.11Emma Strandell10-02.00 PRAlgoma

--10Xadria DuffeckSCRAlgoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

3.12Morgan Mattson29-05.25 PRAlgoma



60 Meter Dash Varsity - Finals

49.9Hunter O'Hern8.88a PRAlgoma51.9Isaac Yunk9.02a PRAlgoma

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

20.11Austin Miller27.06a PRAlgoma

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.9Alex Kirchman2:45.98a PRAlgoma--10Nathan GuinnDNSAlgoma

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

15.9Alex Kirchman6:11.52a PRAlgoma20.10Nathan Guinn8:11.87a PRAlgoma

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

1:58.37aAlgoma - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals


--Relay Team

DNSAlgoma - A

Shot Put - 12lb Varsity - Finals

14.12Carter Dachelet33-11.00 PRAlgoma15.11Chris-Alan Ritchie33-08.00 PRAlgoma16.11Zack Kirchman33-05.00 PRAlgoma22.11Kade Preston31-01.00 PRAlgoma30.9John Kirchman29-02.00 PRAlgoma39.11Cole Younk26-01.00 PRAlgoma

High Jump Varsity - Finals

7.10Dane Preston5-04.00 PRAlgoma

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

25.9Isaac Yunk13-06.00 PRAlgoma27.9Hunter O'Hern11-02.50 PRAlgoma--9Tyler ChallisNDAlgoma

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

--10Dane PrestonSCRAlgoma

Wolves fall to Shiocton in regionals

The Algoma Wolves boys battled but came up short against the Shiocton Chiefs 68-55 in Shiocton Tuesday night in Division 4 regional quarterfinal action.  The Chiefs doubled up the Wolves in the first half 32-16 and cruised to the victory.  Algoma was led by Kaden Vardon with 22 points and Carter Zimmerman added 15 more in the loss.  Shiocton was led by Dawson Schmidt who tallied 27 points.  Shiocton will now advance to the regional semi-final on Friday night against Coleman.  

Algoma boys face Shiocton on the road

The Algoma Wolves look to extend their season by a few days Tuesday when they travel to face Shiocton in the opening round of the WIAA Division 4 playoffs.


The Wolves ended their regular season splitting their last six games. Led by Carter Zimmerman and his 21.3 points and 11.1 rebounds per game, the Wolves toppled Gresham 76-51 before falling to Gibraltar 76-41 in the regular-season finale.


Shiocton finished their season 8-16 overall with a 4-8 conference mark. Behind the prowess of Dawson Schmidt (26.5 ppg, 8.8 RPG, 3.8 apg), Shiocton has lost seven straight games including a 78-64 loss to Wittenberg-Birnamwood in their regular season finale.


Tip is set for 7 p.m.