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Algoma High School Archives for 2023-08

Algoma volleyball heads to West De Pere

Algoma will leave town and go out of conference for their match against West De Pere with the opening serve set for 7 p.m.


The Wolves lost their two matches in the Reedsville Invite, falling 2-1 to Winnebago Lutheran and 2-0 to Kiel.


The Phantoms went 2-4 in their Beast of the Northeast Invite action last week, beating Pulaski and Randolph while losing to Holmen, Green Bay Southwest, and twice to Little Chute.

Wolves football set for debut redux at Wausaukee

The Algoma football team will try to kick off its 2023 campaign for the second time when they travel to Wausaukee on Thursday.


A week ago, the athletic department alerted people that its Friday night matchup against Green Lake/Princeton had been canceled due to a lack of eligible players for their opponents. Last year, the Wolves went 5-2 and despite their positive record, their enrollment was too big to make them eligible for the eight-player playoffs. Grant Vandervest (running back, defensive back) and Mason Melohn (offensive lineman, defensive lineman)  represent their two All-Peninsula Conference performers returning for the season.


The Rangers could not muster its offense against playoff participant Lena/STAA last week, losing the game 34-0. They return no All-Peninsula Conference performers from last year's 4-5 (3-4 conference) squad.


Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Algoma cross country runners make their season debuts

Two athletes relatively new to the sport of cross country made their season debut at the Chief Kahquados Invitational Thursday for the Algoma Wolves.


Emily Reif set a personal record of 32:46 while Vivika Meverden with a time of 33:12, set a season-best.

Algoma volleyball travels to Reedsville for invite

Algoma heads to Reedsville for some of its first matches of the season, facing Kiel, Mishicot, Roncalli, Sheboygan South, Two Rivers, and Winnebago Lutheran Academy beginning at 8:30 a.m.


Friday's matches represent the first ones of the year for the Wolves, which returns All-Packerland performers MyLee Jones, Hannah Nell, and Ryley Zimmerman to the squad. 

Algoma football's season debut postponed

You will have to wait another week for Algoma football to take Perry Field.


The athletic department alerted people in the middle of the afternoon on Thursday that its Friday night matchup against Green Lake/Princeton had been canceled due to a lack of eligible players for their opponents. 


The Wolves will try again next Thursday when they travel to Wausaukee to face the Rangers.

Algoma soccer faces Gibraltar/Sevastopol in season opener

The Algoma soccer team will open their season on Thursday with a familiar foe in Gibraltar/Sevastopol.


The Wolves went 10-5-3 last season, including a 4-4-3 mark in the Packerland Conference. They saw their season end in the WIAA Regionals with a 2-0 loss to Wrightstown. The team will have to rely on some new faces to get some of the same success they had last year, losing all five of its All-Packerland selections to graduation.


The United got off to a rough start earlier this week, falling to Kiel 5-0 on Tuesday. 


Kickoff is slated for 4:30 p.m.

Eight-Player Football begins Tuesday

The wait is over for the area's three Eight-Player football teams as Tuesday marks the first day of practice.


Algoma, Gibraltar, and Sevastopol will all lace up for the first time on Tuesday with their first games coming up in just under three weeks. The three teams will come together in Institute for a day of scrimmages on August 18th before opening the season the following week. Sevastopol will open the year on August 24th at home against Valley Christian with Gibraltar following suit two days later in Fish Creek against Montello. Algoma will start their campaign on August 31st at Wausaukee.