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Algoma High School Archives for 2022-08

Algoma volleyball travels for season opener

Algoma continues its tournament action in Reedsville at 8:30 a.m. against teams such as Chilton, Kiel, Mishicot, Ozaukee, Roncalli, and Winnebago Lutheran Academy.


No results have been shared from the previous day's action.

Algoma run past NEW Lutheran Co-op in football opener

The power running game of Algoma is still in full force as they picked up a conference win over NEW Lutheran/Oneida Nation/Providence Academy 48-12 Thursday night.


According to Kevin Naze, Kaden Vardon and Grant Vandervest got the Wolves off to a strong start and 24-6 halftime lead. The pair each had a rushing touchdown and the two connected on a passing score to set the tone for the rest of the game. 


The Wolves are back in action next Thursday when they host Wausaukee at 7 p.m.

Algoma football begins season hosting conference foe

After watching teams from around Northeast Wisconsin get their first games underway, 8-Player team Algoma will finally get to feel that way as well, as they open up their season tonight against Oneida/NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy. 


A 6-2 record is what the Wolves finished with last season, and with a lot of talent coming back besides a few select seniors, the Peninsula conference title is something the team should be shooting for. With not being eligible for the playoffs once again this season, the team will begin its 8 game season against the team that finished last in the conference last season. Oneida/NEW Lutheran/Providence Academy finished 0-8, averaging a total of 3.8 Points Per Game. 


Carter Zimmerman was the Wolves offense last year though, scoring 30 total touchdowns on the year. Algoma will have to find a way to fill his shoes due to losing him to graduation, as a quarterback and a runner. 


Kickoff is set for 7:00 P.M. at Perry Field. 

Wolves begin fall sports seasons

Algoma High School has officially seen all of their sports get underway with their practices. Algoma fall sports has a mixture of everything from 8-Man Football to Girls Volleyball. 


The Cross Country team began getting underway with a full practice schedule monday, with their first meet being the Chief K Invitational hosted by Gibraltar on the 25th. The team is looking to improve off of last season's times, and hoping to make postseason success. 


The football team will be playing 8-Player football once again this season. The Wolves will still be ineligible to play in the postseason due to a three year enrollment average being above the number to be eligible. The team is hoping to continue the success they had last season though, as they finished at 6-2 and second in the Peninsula Conference. 


Opening up the season at Gibraltar/Sevastopol will be a test for the Wolves Boys Soccer team on the 25th of August. After a difficult 3-12 season last year, Algoma will hope to turn it around and make it a successful 2022 season. 


After upsetting Southern Door and ending their season in the playoffs last year, Algoma’s girls volleyball team hopes to ride that momentum into this next season. There is not much turnover from last season, and the Wolves could be poised for an unexpected season to many. Their first chance to compete will be at a Scrimmage on August 20th at Shawano.