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AHS Girls Fall To Eastwood, Wauseon

Springfield’s Kendall Carruthers (2) tries to steal a pass to Archbold’s Leah McQuade in their non-league contest, Saturday, Nov. 21. The Streaks lost two games last week to fall to 1-2.– photo by Mario Gomez

Springfield’s Kendall Carruthers (2) tries to steal a pass to Archbold’s Leah McQuade in their non-league contest, Saturday, Nov. 21. The Streaks lost two games last week to fall to 1-2.– photo by Mario Gomez

Eastwood outscored Archbold in every quarter on its way to a 60-35 non-league girls basketball victory, Tuesday, Nov. 24, at Eastwood.

“Too many turnovers was the theme of this night,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach.

“Eastwood brought the pressure all night and had more intensity than we did.

“Not too many positives to take away from this, except for things to keep working on.

The Eagles led 14-5 after one, 25-12 at the half, and 40-25 after three.

Addi Ziegler was the only Blue Streak in double figures, with 12 points.

B. Moenter led Eastwood with 16 points, and A. Haas scored 14.

The Eagles won the rebounding battle 33-25, and the Streaks committed 31 turnovers to 24 for Eastwood.

Archbold was 5-15 at the foul line, while Eastwood was 11-21.

Wauseon 40, AHS 39

Archbold led 28-27 after three quarters, but Wauseon outscored the Blue Streaks 13-11 in the last eight minutes to squeak out a 40-39 non-league victory, Saturday, Nov. 28, at Wauseon.

Letterwinners on the AHS girls basketball team are, front row from left: Addison Moyer, Harley Phillips, Delaney Garrow, Kylie Sauder, Leah McQuade. Back row: Karsyn Hostetler, Kiera Gensler, Addi Ziegler, Sophie Rupp.– photo courtesy Brian Becher

Letterwinners on the AHS girls basketball team are, front row from left: Addison Moyer, Harley Phillips, Delaney Garrow, Kylie Sauder, Leah McQuade. Back row: Karsyn Hostetler, Kiera Gensler, Addi Ziegler, Sophie Rupp.– photo courtesy Brian Becher

“Defensively we played well enough to win, but offensively we didn’t deserve to win,” said B. Ziegler.

“Wauseon deserved to win and made plays in crunch time when they needed it. We didn’t.”

A. Ziegler again led Archbold, with 15 points. Harley Phillips added 11.

Marisa Seiler led Wauseon, with 10 points.

Both teams grabbed 21 rebounds. Kylie Sauder and A. Ziegler each had five for AHS.

The Indians committed 13 turnovers to nine for the Streaks.

BOX SCORES
ARCHBOLD (35) – Gensler 2,
McQuade 3, Sauder 5, Garrow 2,
Ziegler 12, Phillips 6, Rupp 4, Moyer
1. Totals 12-5-35.
EASTWOOD (60) – Buehler 2,
Ameling 5, Haas 14, Sheets 4, King
2, Gedert 2, Luidhardt 9, Moenter
16, M. Souder 4, J. Souder 2. Totals
24-11-60.
AHS 571310-35
EHS 14 11 15 20 – 60
JV: Eastwood, 33-26.

ARCHBOLD (39) – McQuade 4,
Sauder 4, Ziegler 15, Phillips 11,
Moyer 5. Totals 13-9-39.
WAUSEON (40) – Case 2, Pelok
6, Vasvery 4, Raabe 9, Seiler 10,
Carroll 3, Meyer 6. Totals 16-5-40.
AHS 7 14 7 11 – 39
WHS 11 10 6 13 – 40
JV: Archbold, 15-11 (2 quarters).