October 12, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Div. III, IV Sectional Volleyball Matchups

Matchups for the Division III and IV sectional volleyball tournaments have been drawn. Defiance hosts the Div. III sectional tournament, where Evergreen (16-2) received the number one seed. Archbold (15-6) is seeded second. More...

Blue Streak Boys Soccer Ups Win Streak To Five

The Archbold boys soccer team capped a busy week with a 4-1 win over Wauseon, a 5-0 victory over Continental, and a 3-1 defeat of Pettisville, to improve to 10-2. AHS 4, Wauseon 1 The Streaks traveled to Wauseon, Monday, Oct. 3, to make up an Oct. More...

AHS Girls Soccer Wins Three, Raises Record To 13-1-1

The Archbold girls soccer team raised its record to 13-1-1 with three victories last week. The Streaks hosted Napoleon, Monday, Oct. 3. Scoring all four of its goals in the second half, Archbold defeated the Wildcats 4-2. More...

Blue Streaks Top Panthers 58-13

After a scoreless first quarter, Archbold scored five touchdowns in the second and dominated Delta 58-13, Friday, Oct. 7, in a Northwest Ohio Athletic League contest at Delta. The Streaks upped their record to 6-1, 4-1 in the NWOAL. More...

Birds Set For BBC Showdown With Edon

For the second straight year, Pettisville and Edon will battle each other for the Buckeye Border Conference volleyball title in the last league match of the season. More...

PHS Soccer Drops Three

The Pettisville boys soccer team dropped to 5-10 on the season with three losses last week. The Birds were defeated by Swanton 2-0, Tuesday, Oct. 4. Lenawee Christian visited Pettisville, Friday, Oct. 7, and took home a 3-1 victory. More...

Div. II, III Sectional Soccer Pairings

Tournament sites and pairings for Division II and III soccer tournaments have been announced. Archbold (13-1-1) received the top seed in the Div. III girls sectional tournament at Swanton High School. Swanton is seeded second. More...

AHS, PHS Cross Country To Run At Spencerville

Archbold and Pettisville run in the Division III district cross country meet at Spencerville High School, Saturday, Oct. 22. The Archbold boys team runs in the District 3 race at 3:20 p.m. More...

Short Plays In Golf Tourney

Olley Short, an Archbold High School senior, finished his season at the Division II district boys golf tournament, Thursday, Oct. 6, at Sycamore Springs Golf Course, Arlington. Short shot an 81, which did not qualify him for the state tournament. More...

AHS Clinches Share Of NWOAL Title

Archbold clinched at least a share of its 21st Northwest Ohio Athletic League title with victories over Montpelier and Swanton last week. The Streaks lead the NWOAL with a 7-0 record. More...

Archbold Boys Win Antwerp Invitational

The Archbold boys team improved on last year’s second place finish at the Antwerp Cross Country Invitational, winning the 2011 championship, Saturday, Oct. 8. Blue Streak runners captured three of the top seven spots and won with 45 points. More...

Blackbird Boys Fifth At Fostoria Invitational

The Pettisville boys cross country team finished fifth at the 18-team Fostoria Booster Invitational, Saturday, Oct. 8. PHS finished 15th in the 16-team girls race. Boys More...

Pettisville Boys Win Second BBC Jamboree

The Pettisville boys cross country team won the second Buckeye Border Conference Jamboree of the season, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Stryker. The Birds also won the first Jamboree, Tuesday, Sept. 20 at Edon. The PHS girls team finished fourth at Stryker. More...

PHS Golf Falls To Edon

The Pettisville golf team finished its season winless as the Birds lost a makeup match to Edon, 203-269, at Windwood Hollow Golf Course, Monday, Oct. 3. More...

JR. HIGH SPORTS DIGEST

Archbold Cross Country Napoleon Invitational, Saturday, Oct. 1 Girls 11. Emily Roth 16:05; 35. Sydney Cobb 16:57. Boys Bryan 61, Bowling Green 77, Defiance 80, Archbold 81, Napoleon 90, Maumee 133, St. Paul 155 More...

COLLEGIATE CONNECTION

Jenni Beck, AHS ‘10, had a pair of saves in her second straight shutout as Eastern Mennonite picked up their second straight win, a 4-0 victory over Harrisonburg, Tuesday, Oct. 4. More...