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Algoma-Kewaunee: It hasn't always been 'War on the Shore'

12:00 PM, Feb. 7, 2013
Kewaunee Storm's Kelsey Stangel eyes up a shot as Algoma Wolves defense close in, late in the fourth quarter of the second meeting of the two teams on Feb. 1.
Kewaunee Storm's Kelsey Stangel eyes up a shot as Algoma Wolves defense close in, late in the fourth quarter of the second meeting of the two teams on Feb. 1.
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The Algoma-Kewaunee girls basketball series has become one of the state's greatest rivalries. Lately the games have consistently featured top-ranked teams, great athletes, and gyms filled to the rafters with spirited fans. At no point in the rivalry have the stakes been higher and the competition fiercer than the last few seasons.

It seems like an appropriate time to look back and see how a rivalry with humble beginnings has grown into one of the area's must-see set of games.

It's hard to pinpoint when exactly the Algoma-Kewaunee girls basketball series officially started. According to ...

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