Algoma High School

Ahnapee knocks off Denmark in Legion Baseball action

Jake Schneider led Ahnapee with a dominant pitching performance to a win over Denmark in Legion Baseball action on Thursday. He threw 6 innings and struck out 10 while only allowing 3 hits. Ahnapee's offense was led by Adam Gutschow and Max Bordeau who each homered. Tyler Kroll added two hits and Mitch Jackson went 3-4 with two doubles. 


Ahnapee is now 8-4 and they next play a doubleheader vs Mishicot at home Friday with game one beginning at 5:30 PM.

Legion Baseball - Ahnapee picks up a victory

Ahnapee knocked off Green Bay on Tuesday by a final score of 5-4. Charlie Neinas was the winning pitcher as he went 5 innings and Isaac Berkley picked up the save pitching the final two. Max Bordeau and Adam Gutschow hit home runs for Ahanpee. Gutschow's was a go-ahead two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth. Tanner Degrave also had two RBI's. Ahnapee is now 5-2 on the season.

Jake Schneider leads Ahnapee over Gibraltar in Legion Baseball

Jake Schneider's dominant pitching performance helped lead Ahnapee to a 4-1 victory over Gibraltar in Legion Baseball action. He struck out 10 Vikings in the game. Adam Gutschow was the hitting star of the game reaching base four times and scoring a run in the fifth inning. The fifth was when Ahnapee really took control of the game scoring three runs in the frame.

Bobbi Blahnik medals in Shot Put at state

Bobbi Blahnik launched a career-best shot put throw to gain a medal in LaCrosse on Saturday. Her throw of 41-6.5 moved her into third place in Division 3. It was also the third-best throw in Algoma High School history.

State brings back fond memories for Algoma

A team state track championship may be out of reach but Algoma still has high hopes for its three state qualifiers. Thursday was a travel day for local athletes as they compete in 20 different events this weekend at the WIAA State Track Meet in LaCrosse. Most of the athletes will begin their day at 9:30 a.m. when preliminary heats of the sprints and field events kick off. You can find heat sheets below for the events featuring local athletes.

Event 82  Girls Discus Throw Division 3
     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
Flight 1  Finals
  1  Sasha Wrege                   SR Belmont              107-04 
  2  Amanda Piotrowski             SR Pittsville           108-03 
  3  Julia Cederberg               SR Siren                108-10 
  4  Cecelia Rodriguez             JR St Mary's Srings     109-03 
  5  Emalee Johnsen                JR Crivitz              109-10 
  6  Jen Wendler                   SR Owen-Withee          112-03 
  7  Bobbi Blahnik                 SO Algoma               112-04 
  8  Isabelle Ostrem               SR Cochrane-FC          112-07 
Event 90  Girls Pole Vault Division 3
     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
Flight 1  Finals
  1  Jenny Farley                  JR Algoma              8-09.00 
  2  Courtney Quist                SO Rio                 8-09.00 
  3  Orianna Lebal                 SR Lake Holcombe       9-00.00 
  4  Madi Russell                  SO Benton Co-Op        9-00.00 
  5  Jeni Petersen                 JR Webster             9-03.00 
  6  Anastasia Klein               SR Pittsville          9-09.00 
  7  Jenna Aschbrenner             FR Marathon            9-09.00 
  8  Dalaney Eichman               JR Spencer             9-09.00 
  9  Lila Tully                    SR De Soto             9-09.00 
 10  Ayden Fleeharty               SR Kickapoo/LaFarge    9-09.00 
 11  Annabelle Abbe                SR McDonell Central    9-09.00 
 12  Addie Soda                    SR Princeton/GL       10-00.00 
 13  Hannah Zastrow                JR Spencer            10-00.00 
 14  Skylar White                  JR River Ridge        10-00.00 
 15  Raegan Sorensen               SO Unity              10-00.00 
 16  Miranda Firari                FR Dodgeland          10-03.00 
Event 94  Boys Shot Put Division 3
     Name                        Year School            Seed Mark           
Flight 1  Finals
  1  Dilan Schneider               SR Rib Lake           45-06.25 
  2  Blake Laufenberg              JR River Ridge        45-07.00 
  3  Leif Bredeson                 JR Darlington         45-08.00 
  4  Devon Lino                    SR Hurley             45-08.50 
  5  Jake Konvicka                 SR Chetek-Weyer       46-07.75 
  6  Finn Shields                  JR Elkhart Lake       46-08.00 
  7  Max Schoening                 SR Algoma             47-01.75 
  8  Garrison Treankler            JR Marathon           47-06.75 

Second inning dooms Wolves softball season

The Algoma Wolves softball team was just one bad inning away from potentially seeing a magical season continue, but instead saw it end after a 5-2 loss to Mishicot Tuesday.


The Wolves struck first with two runs in the opening frame thanks to Emersyn Wallace's RBI double and Makayla Guillette's RBI triple. 


Mishicot would answer one inning later with five run second inning spurred by a double by Taylor Weger, an error, and a single by Katie Koeppelin.


Maddie Prokash saw her Packerland Conference Player of the Year season close with a loss, surrendering five runs on six hits over six innings, striking out six.

Algoma softball with eight all-conference players

The Algoma softball team had eight players make Packerland All-Conference teams for the 2019 season led by conference player of the year Maddy Prokash. She made the first team as a pitcher. Prokash was joined on the first team by catcher Makayla Giulette and outfielder Miss Srnka. Chlole Spitzer and Emersyn Wallace were named second teamers as infielders and Hanna Weise as an outfielder. Brooklyn Hoffmann (IF) and Breanne Schmidt (OF) were named Honorable Mention players.


Zach Schmidt was the only Wolf on the baseball team to be named to an all-conference team. He made second team as a pitcher.

Maddie Prokash named Packerland Conference Player of the Year

Algoma's Maddie Prokash had a dominant year in the circle for the Wolves. She has earned the Packerland Conference Player of the Year for softball. Prokash threw seven shutouts and helped lead the Wolves to be co-conference champions. Algoma won the regional championship on Thursday shutting out Roncalli 3-0 and will take on Mishicot on the road in the sectionals on Tuesday at 5 PM. 

Prokash, Wolves earn shutout win in softball playoff opener

Maddie Prokash threw a gem on Tuesday for Algoma Wolves Varsity, allowing zero runs and besting Hilbert/Stockbridge by a score of 5-0.


Algoma Wolves Varsity opened up scoring in the first inning, when Chloie Spitzer grounded out, scoring one run.


A single by R Cole in the first inning was a positive for Hilbert/Stockbridge.


Prokash was credited with the victory for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She lasted seven innings, allowing three hits and zero runs while striking out 14 and walking one.


G Vandehey took the loss for Hilbert/Stockbridge. She surrendered five runs on seven hits over three innings, striking out one and walking one.


Brooklyn Hoffman went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity in hits.


Hilbert/Stockbridge didn't commit a single error in the field. B Ecker had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

Algoma splits doubleheader

Algoma's baseball bats were working well in its double header split against North Fond du Lac.


Algoma split its doubleheader against North Fond du Lac, losing the first game 7-6 but rebounding to take game two by a 6-1 tally. 


In the first game, the Wolves answered 2-0 early lead three runs scored over the next three inings. After both teams scored three runs in the fourth inning, North Fond du Lac scored two more to put the game out of reach.


The second game saw the bats come alive again for the Wolves, including a four-run outburst in the third inning.

Algoma qualifies 13 for sectionals

The Algoma Wolves were able to use their home track to its advantage as they were able to qualify 13 for the sectional meet on Thursday.


On the 4th place boys team, Dane Johnson, Brett Benesh, Max Schoening, the 4 x 200 meter relay, and Jordan Deringer all qualified, with Johnson and Benesh doing so in multiple events.


Finishing in 6th place overall, the Wolves girls will see Bobby Blahnik, Jenny Farley, Liberty Ansorge, and Coleen Dachlet move on to Thursday's meet.


You can find full results below.



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.11Jordon Deringer12.22aAlgoma 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Dane Johnson24.33aPRAlgoma 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

12.10Blake Coleson1:01.39aAlgoma17.12Sebastian Schmiling1:06.44aAlgoma18.12Austin Schroepfer1:13.52aPRAlgoma 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Brevin Robertson2:17.19aAlgoma 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

18.11Ben Fahrenkrug5:52.45aSRAlgoma 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Brett Benesh17.38aPRAlgoma 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Brett Benesh44.77aAlgoma6.11Chase Peronto45.14aPRAlgoma 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

3.Chase Peronto
Brett Benesh
Oliver Robertson
Dane Johnson1:38.08aAlgoma 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Brevin Robertson
Dane Johnson
Chase Peronto
Oliver Robertson3:45.15aAlgoma 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

4.12Max Schoening43-07.50Algoma6.11Elijah Ritchie41-07.50PRAlgoma9.10Jarod Huettl39-07.50PRAlgoma 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

5.12Max Schoening143-09Algoma6.11Elijah Ritchie132-11PRAlgoma12.10Jarod Huettl115-09Algoma 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Jordon Deringer5-06.00Algoma 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

2.12Dane Johnson11-00.00Algoma4.12Noah Paszczak11-00.00PRAlgoma 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

7.11Brett Benesh17-04.00Algoma13.11Oliver Robertson15-06.25Algoma 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

14.11Oliver Robertson33-08.50SRAlgoma14.11Chase Peronto33-08.50Algoma 



400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

15.11Arissa Kirchman1:30.41aAlgoma 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

13.9Veronica Ramirez3:12.79aPRAlgoma14.12Faith Fenendael3:15.69aPRAlgoma 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Colleen Dachelet5:56.65aAlgoma 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Sydney Zimmerman18.34aAlgoma 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Liberty Ansorge51.36aAlgoma 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

8.Veronica Ramirez
Julia Vandervest
Sydnee Guilette
Morgan Mattson59.00aAlgoma 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

5.Liberty Ansorge
Morgan Mattson
Jenny Farley
Colleen Dachelet4:29.43aAlgoma 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.10Bobbi Blahnik38-08.50Algoma5.9Sydnee Guilette32-10.50Algoma6.12Hannah Wessel32-00.00Algoma 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.10Bobbi Blahnik109-07Algoma4.12Hannah Wessel99-04PRAlgoma6.10Payge Panger96-06PRAlgoma 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Ericka Berger4-06.00SRAlgoma 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Jenny Farley9-00.00Algoma8.11Marie Prodell7-00.00Algoma 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

16.9Julia Vandervest11-09.25PRAlgoma 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Sydney Zimmerman29-11.00PRAlgoma14.9Morgan Mattson27-05.00PRAlgoma 

Schmidt leads Algoma to shutout over NEW

Zach Schmidt threw a dominant game for Algoma on Friday to lead the Wolves to an 8-0 win at Green Bay NEW Lutheran. Schmidt struck out 10 Blazers and pitched the complete game. Tristan Copet had two hits to lead the Wolves on offense.


Algoma will play their final regular season games on Monday when they host North Fond du Lac in a doubleheader. Game one begins at 5 PM.

Algoma softball shares conference crown with win over Oconto

Maddie Prokash didn't allow a single run against Oconto, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Algoma to a 4-0 victory on Tuesday.


The Wolves opened up scoring in the first inning.  Emersyn Wallace doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.


Algoma tallied three runs in the fourth inning.  Wallace, Makayla Guillette, and Prokash all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.


Prokash was the winning pitcher for Algoma. She lasted seven innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out 11.


Kalista Susa was in the pitcher's circle for Oconto. She surrendered four runs on five hits over four innings, striking out one and walking zero.  NevaehBrill threw two innings out of the bullpen.


Wallace led the Wolves with two hits in three at bats.

Schoening, Farley, Blahnik, Ansorge claim track titles

Algoma claimed four individual titles en route to a pair of fourth-place finishes at the Packerland Conference Track Championships Monday afternoon in Kewaunee.


Max Schoening threw 136'11" in the discus to claim the only title on the boys' side. For the girls, Liberty Ansorge paced the field in the 300M hurdles in a time of just over 51 seconds while Bobbi Blahnik (shot put) and Jenny Farley (pole vault) cleaned up things for the Wolves in the field events.


Below are the full results for Algoma's track teams


100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Jordon Deringer12.70aAlgoma 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.12Dane Johnson24.59aAlgoma 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

15.10Blake Coleson1:02.15aAlgoma17.12Sebastian Schmiling1:05.03aSRAlgoma21.12Austin Schroepfer1:16.74aAlgoma 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Brevin Robertson2:14.54aPRAlgoma15.12Sebastian Schmiling2:45.88aSRAlgoma 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

16.11Ben Fahrenkrug5:54.92aAlgoma 

3200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

15.11Ben Fahrenkrug12:54.21aAlgoma 

110m Hurdles - 39"  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Brett Benesh17.47aAlgoma 

300m Hurdles - 36"  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Brett Benesh44.18aPRAlgoma9.11Chase Peronto47.89aAlgoma 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Joe Haegele
Anthony Naze
Noah Paszczak
Brevin Robertson52.06aAlgoma 

4x200 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Brett Benesh
Dane Johnson
Chase Peronto
Oliver Robertson1:39.38aAlgoma 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

4.Brevin Robertson
Dane Johnson
Chase Peronto
Oliver Robertson3:48.45aAlgoma 

Shot Put - 12lb  Varsity - Finals x

5.12Max Schoening43-01.00Algoma9.11Elijah Ritchie40-00.00Algoma11.10Jarod Huettl37-02.00Algoma 

Discus - 1.6kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Max Schoening136-11Algoma5.11Elijah Ritchie123-03PRAlgoma7.10Jarod Huettl115-10PRAlgoma 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

2.11Jordon Deringer5-10.00SRAlgoma 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

3.12Dane Johnson10-06.00Algoma7.12Noah Paszczak10-00.00Algoma 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

4.11Brett Benesh18-05.50SRAlgoma9.11Oliver Robertson16-08.50PRAlgoma 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

14.11Chase Peronto32-11.50Algoma15.11Oliver Robertson32-11.00SRAlgoma 



100 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

6.9Morgan Mattson14.18aAlgoma 

200 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Jenny Farley28.34aAlgoma 

400 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

14.11Arissa Kirchman1:35.66aAlgoma 

800 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

12Faith FenendaelDNSAlgoma 

1600 Meters  Varsity - Finals x

3.11Colleen Dachelet5:56.20aPRAlgoma 

100m Hurdles - 33"  Varsity - Finals x

5.11Sydney Zimmerman18.56aAlgoma 

300m Hurdles - 30"  Varsity - Finals x

1.12Liberty Ansorge51.12aPRAlgoma8.11Sydney Zimmerman57.33aSRAlgoma 

4x100 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Sydnee Guilette
Morgan Mattson
Veronica Ramirez
Julia Vandervest58.67aAlgoma 

4x400 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

2.Liberty Ansorge
Colleen Dachelet
Morgan Mattson
Sydney Zimmerman4:27.76aAlgoma 

4x800 Relay  Varsity - Finals x

6.Liberty Ansorge
Colleen Dachelet
Faith Fenendael
Veronica Ramirez12:29.02aAlgoma 

Shot Put - 4kg  Varsity - Finals x

1.10Bobbi Blahnik39-03.00SRAlgoma3.9Sydnee Guilette33-01.75PRAlgoma4.12Hannah Wessel33-00.50Algoma 

Discus - 1kg  Varsity - Finals x

2.10Bobbi Blahnik103-01Algoma4.12Hannah Wessel96-01Algoma5.10Payge Panger91-02PRAlgoma 

High Jump  Varsity - Finals x

8.11Ericka Berger4-02.00Algoma 

Pole Vault  Varsity - Finals x

1.11Jenny Farley8-00.00Algoma4.11Marie Prodell7-00.00PRAlgoma12Liberty AnsorgeSCRAlgoma 

Long Jump  Varsity - Finals x

13.11Marie Prodell11-10.75Algoma15.9Julia Vandervest11-04.00PRAlgoma 

Triple Jump  Varsity - Finals x

9.11Sydney Zimmerman27-09.00Algoma11.9Morgan Mattson7-05.00Algoma9Julia VandervestNDAlgoma 

Algoma baseball edged in War on the Shore

Algoma baseball couldn't quite get over the hump on their home field against Kewaunee. The Wolves lost the "War on the Shore" game 4-3.


Algoma heads to Oconto on Tuesday for a 5 PM first pitch.

Algoma softball wins War on the Shore in dramatic fashion

Algoma took their game in dramatic walk-off fashion, thanks to a walk-off single at the end of the game to topple Kewaunee.  The game was tied at one with Algoma Wolves Varsity batting in the bottom of the seventh when Maddie Prokash singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.


The pitching was strong on both sides. Prokash struck out 11, while Hailey Gaedtke sat down three.


Algoma got things moving in the first inning, when Hanna Wiese hit a solo homer


Kewaunee evened things up at one in the top of the fifth inning when Mykenzi Uhlers hit a solo homer.


Prokash was the winning pitcher for the Wolves. She surrendered one run on four hits over seven innings, striking out 11 and walking one.


Gaedtke was on the rubber for Kewaunee. She allowed six hits and two runs over six and a third innings, striking out three and walking one.


Algoma smacked one home run on the day. Wiese went for the long ball in the first inning.


Missy Srnka went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead the Wolves in hits.

Maddie Prokash throws dominant performance

Sturgeon Bay's hitters had trouble getting the bat on the ball on Friday against Maddie Prokash. She struck out 14 batters leading Algoma to a 3-1 victory on the road. Prokash only allowed five hits in the complete game win.


The game was tied at 1 going to the sixth inning when Algoma was able to pull ahead with two runs. Missy Srnka had two hits and scored twice in the game.


Algoma will host the "War on the Shore" against Kewaunee on Saturday at noon.

Algoma baseball drops a pair in Sturgeon Bay

Algoma traveled to Sturgeon Bay for a doubleheader on Friday and the road was not kind to the Wolves. One game Algoma was able to keep close and the other was a blowout. Sturgeon Bay won game one 15-1. Algoma was able to pitch and defend much better in game two but just couldn't get any offense going. The final score was 2-0.


The Wolves will host the "War on the Shore" on Saturday against Kewaunee. First pitch is at noon.

Algoma baseball shut out by Peshtigo

Algoma Wolves fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 12-0 loss to Peshtigo on Monday. Peshtigo scored on a single by Brody Heroux and a double by Mitch Peters in the first inning.


The Algoma Wolves Varsity struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Peshtigo, giving up 12 runs.


Peshtigo got on the board in the first inning. Heroux singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.


A single by Zach Schmidt in the first inning was a positive for Algoma Wolves Varsity.


Heroux was on the hill for Peshtigo. He surrendered zero runs on four hits over five innings, striking out 11.


Schmidt led things off on the mound for Algoma Wolves. He surrendered 12 runs on 15 hits over four and a third innings, striking out three and walking one. Jackson Schoening threw two-thirds of an inning out of the bullpen.


Trevor NellTristan CopetSchmidt, and Carter Zimmer each collected one hit to lead Algoma Wolves.


Peshtigo tallied 17 hits in the game. Zack WallinHerouxBrandon EirkN Lemke, and Jake Gordon each had multiple hits for Peshtigo. 

Srnka leads Algoma softball rout

Missy Srnka didn't feel much like getting out on Monday, tallying four hits and leading Algoma Wolves Varsity to a 11-1 win over Peshtigo.  Srnka singled in the third, singled in the fourth, doubled in the sixth, and singled in the sixth.


Algoma Wolves Varsity fired up the offense in the first inning.  An error scored one run for Algoma Wolves Varsity.


Algoma Wolves Varsity put up five runs in the sixth inning.  Chloie Spitzer, Makayla Guillette, Breanne Schmidt, and Srnka each drove in runs during the inning.


Maddie Prokash earned the win for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She surrendered one run on five hits over six innings, striking out eight and walking one.


G Meyers took the loss for Peshtigo. She surrendered eight runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out four.


Algoma Wolves Varsity tallied 11 hits in the game.  Srnka and Spitzer all managed multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Srnka led Algoma Wolves Varsity with four hits in five at bats.


K Cahill went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Peshtigo in hits.

Algoma picks up home conference win

Five runs batted in from Missy Srnka helped lead Algoma past Sturgeon Bay 16-4 on Saturday.  Srnka drove in runs on a single in the first, a double in the second, a walk in the third, and a single in the fourth.


Algoma earned the victory despite allowing Sturgeon Bay to score four runs in the fourth inning.  Sturgeon Bay scored its runs on a grand slam by Katie Frank.


The Wolves got things moving in the first inning, when Srnka singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.


Algoma put up seven runs in the third inning.  The Wolves offense in the inning was led by Hanna Wiese, Srnka, Chloie Spitzer, Emersyn Wallace, and Makayla Guillette, all knocking in runs in the inning.


Maddie Prokash was credited with the victory for Algoma. She went five innings, allowing four runs on three hits, striking out eight and walking one.


Algoma tallied 13 hits in the game.  Srnka, Guillette, Wallace, and Wiese each collected multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Guillette and Srnka each collected three hits to lead the Wolves.  Algoma stole five bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Lindsey Jennerjohn led the way with two.

Algoma softball dominates at Gibraltar

Algoma softball easily handled Gibraltar on Friday on the road. The final score was 10-0. The Wolves hope to keep that momentum going as they have a very quick turnaround. Algoma will face Sturgeon Bay at 11 AM on Saturday on the road.

Algoma's offense struggles in baseball against Gibraltar

Algoma's offense couldn't get anything going in Fish Creek on Friday. Gibraltar beat the Wolves 10-0 in six innings behind a no-hitter from Eric Hoyerman. The Wolves only two baserunners came on a walk and an error. Algoma will try to get back on track on Monday when they host Peshtigo at 5 PM.

Algoma shuts out Sevastopol

Maddie Prokash didn't allow a single run against Sevastopol, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Algoma Wolves Varsity to a 10-0 victory on Thursday


Algoma Wolves Varsity got things started in the first inning when.


Algoma Wolves Varsity notched four runs in the sixth inning.  Chloie Spitzer, Emersyn Wallace, and Breanne Schmidt each drove in runs during the inning.


One bright spot for Sevastopol was a single by S Differt in the first inning.


Prokash took the win for Algoma Wolves Varsity. She surrendered zero runs on four hits over six innings, striking out 14 and walking one.


A Daubner took the loss for Sevastopol. She lasted six innings, allowing 12 hits and ten runs while striking out three.


Algoma Wolves Varsity collected 12 hits on the day.  Spitzer, Missy Srnka, Hanna Wiese, and Wallace all had multiple hits for Algoma Wolves Varsity.  Wallace, Wiese, Srnka, and Spitzer each collected two hits to lead Algoma Wolves Varsity.


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