AHS Clinches Share Of NWOAL Title
The Streaks lead the NWOAL with a 7-0 record. They could claim the crown outright with a win over Patrick Henry in the regular season finale, last night, Tuesday.
Evergreen, whom the Streaks defeated in the first match of the season, is 6-1. The Vikings played Liberty Center last night, Tuesday, to finish their league season.
Arch Def. Swanton 25-14, 25-9, 25-10
The Streaks traveled to Swanton, Tuesday, Oct. 4, and dropped the Bulldogs to 4-9, 2-5 NWOAL with a three-game victory.
Becca Gerig led AHS with 10 kills and two aces. Jenny Lehman had seven kills, while Abby Short and Rachel Brader each had three. Tori Williams had two solo blocks.
Sami Wyse and Desi Newman each had two aces. Newman was 36-37 in setting, while Taylor Coressel was 17-17.
As a team, Archbold was 64-68 in serving, 16-19 in serve reception, 74-75 in setting, and 67-81 in attacks.
The AHS junior varsity won 25-12, 23-25, 25-22.
AHS Def. Montpelier 25-9, 25-11, 25-11
The Streaks were back on the road, Thursday, Oct. 6, to Montpelier. The Locos fell to 4-15, 0-7 NWOAL after losing to AHS in three games.
Gerig again had 10 kills and two aces to lead the Streaks. Darian Oberlin had eight kills, while Short had six.
Newman was 41-41 in setting and Coressel was 25-28.
As a team, Archbold was 56-59 in serving with four aces, 22-25 in serve reception, 80-83 in setting, and 76- 84 in attacks with 36 kills.
The AHS JV also won 25- 11, 25-3.
AHS Def. Rossford 22-25, 25-21, 25-13
AHS Def. Start 25-14, 25-12
The Streaks took their third road trip of the week, Saturday, Oct. 8, to Rossford for a tri-match with the Bulldogs and Start.
After losing the first game to Rossford, the Streaks won the next two. Gerig had 13 kills and two solo blocks, while Lehman had 10 kills and three aces.
Newman was 35-35 in setting while Coressel was 38- 38.
As a team, AHS was 65-73 in serving with four aces, 43- 49 in serve reception, 96-96 in setting, and 84-101 in attacks with 41 kills.
The JV won 28-26, 25-15.
Archbold defeated the Spartans in two games to finish its day. Short led the Streaks with 11 kills and two solo blocks, while Oberlin had three solo blocks. Lehman served six of the team’s nine aces.
The Streaks were 45-49 in serving, 18-20 in serve reception, 46-46 in setting, and 39-47 in attacks.
The JV won 25-8, 25-11.