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Archbold Girls Soccer Splits First Two Games

    The Archbold soccer team opened its season with a 3-2 loss to Springfield, Tuesday, Aug. 25 at AHS. The Streaks traveled to Rossford, Saturday, Aug. 29 and came home with a 3-1 victory. Full Story

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Bree Gobrogge earned a hardfought 6-3, 5-7, 6-6 (7-2) victory over her Ottawa-Glandorf opponent in Archbold's first team victory of the season, Tuesday, Aug. 25. AHS won 3-2.- photo by Scott Schultz 038p1_xlg.jpg
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Jenni Beck, Blue Streak goalkeeper, kicks the soccer ball to her teammates in Archbold's season opener with Springfield, Tuesday, Aug. 25.- photo by Scott Schultz 037p1_xlg.jpg
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Blue Streaks Down Pilots 35-6

    It was a night of firsts, Friday, Aug. 28. It was the first football game of the 2009 season. It was the debut of Bryan Miller, new Archbold head coach. It was the first victory of the season. Full Story

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PHS Soccer Letterwinners

   Letterwinners on the Pettisville soccer team are, front row from left: Zane Miller, Jacob Nofziger, Brian Plank, Zach Waidelich. Full Story

COLLEGIATE CONNECTION

    Haley Nofziger, PHS '09, posted a team-high five blocks as Mount Vernon Nazarene University swept Roberts Wesleyan (N.Y.) College 25-18, 25- 20, 25-21, Friday, Aug. 21. The match was MVNU's second in the Daemen (N.Y.) College Tournament. Full Story

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Archbold's Trey Westrick (27) and Jarett Wyse (67) get ready to tackle Ayersville's Jordan Wakeham (21) as the Pilot runs up the middle. Garrett Morton, AHS quarterback, passed for 177 yards and rushed for 101 as the Streaks used a 21-0 first half to propel them to a 35-6 non-league victory.- photo by Scott Schultz 036p1_xlg.jpg
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Pettisville Volleyball Letterwinners

   The Pettisville volleyball team has seven letterwinners back for the season. Front row, from left: Tessa Yoder, Stephanie Yoder, Stacey King. Full Story

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Numbers A Plus For PHS Cross Country

   Tom Wagner, Pettisville cross country coach, is excited about the season with more than 30 runners out for the squad. "We have very good numbers this year, 20 on the boys side and 12 on the girls team," said Wagner. Full Story