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AHS Girls Beat Stryker, Fall To Patrick Henry




Blue Streak senior Andi Peterson takes a shot over Holgate defender Madilyn Hohenberger, Tuesday, Jan. 8. Peterson scored 11 points last week against both Stryker and Patrick Henry.– photo by Mary Huber

Blue Streak senior Andi Peterson takes a shot over Holgate defender Madilyn Hohenberger, Tuesday, Jan. 8. Peterson scored 11 points last week against both Stryker and Patrick Henry.– photo by Mary Huber

The Archbold girls basketball team stands 9-5, 2-1 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League after splitting a pair of contests on the road last week.

The Streaks traveled to Stryker, Tuesday, Jan. 15, and came home with a 55-39 non-league victory.

AHS was back on the road, Thursday, Jan. 17, to Patrick Henry, for an NWOAL game. The Patriots used an 18-11 advantage in the third quarter to defeat AHS 56-51.

“Tonight we lacked the intensity to win a league game on the road,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach.

“We dug ourselves a hole in the third quarter, but couldn’t make enough plays when we got the game in a position to win.”

AHS 55, Stryker 39

Leading 13-11 after one, AHS outscored the Panthers (10-2) 12-5 in the second for a 25-16 advantage at the break.

The Streaks widened the gap to 42-26 after three before both teams scored 13 points in the final eight minutes.

“I thought we competed for four quarters,” said Ziegler. “That’s what it takes to beat good teams.

“Everyone played important minutes. The spurt at the end of the third quarter was huge, capped off by Naomi Rodriguez’s steal and layup at the buzzer.

“We did a nice job on their guards for most of the game. This is a good win to build on.”

Lily Krieger led Archbold with 13 points. Andi Peterson added 11 and Rodriguez, 10.

Courtney Stewart led the Panthers, with 11 points.

The Streaks grabbed 26 rebounds to 15 for Stryker. Both teams committed 12 turnovers.

PHHS 56, AHS 51

The Patriots (7-7, 2-1 NWOAL) led 16-15 after one and 24-22 at the half, but an 18-11 third quarter gave them a 42-33 advantage going into the fourth.

Archbold outscored PH 18- 14 in the final eight minutes, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the difference.

The Streaks had the rebounding advantage, 27-19, led by Krieger with nine.

Peterson was the only Archbold player in double figures, with 11 points, as 10 players got in the scorebook.

MacKenzie Vance led PH with 14 points, while Olivia Thompson contributed 13.

BOX SCORES
ARCHBOLD (55) – Hubby 3,
Rodriguez 10, Boettger 2, Nafziger
5, Moyer 8, Peterson 11, Wyse 3,
Krieger 13. Totals 20-12-55.
STRYKER (39) – Haines 9,
Cadwell 2, Stewart 11, Stuckey 4,
Grime 9, Blevins 4. Totals 13-9-39.
AHS 13 12 17 13 – 55
SHS 11 5 10 13 – 39
JV: Archbold won 40-26.

ARCHBOLD (51) – Hubby 3, Galvan 4, Rodriguez 6, Boettger 6, Nafziger
5, Sauder 2, Moyer 3, Peterson 11,
Krieger 9, Phillips 2. Totals 18-10-51.
PATRICK HENRY (56) – Sonnenberg 5, Nelson 3, Nickels 2, Prigge
8, Thompson 13, Seedorf 5, Fintel 4,
Vance 14, Bostelman 2. Totals 18-17-
56.
AHS 15 7 11 18 – 51
PHHS 16 8 18 14 – 56
JV: Archbold won 44-16.


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