The Archbold girls soccer team assured itself of at least a tie for its second straight Northwest Ohio Athletic League title with a win over Delta last week.
The Streaks are 4-0-0 in the league with one game left. Wauseon is 3-1-0 with one game left. If the Streaks, who are 12-3 overall, defeat Liberty Center tomorrow, Thursday, they’ll win the league title outright.
“Winning the league championship is priority number one when the season starts,” said James Kidder, AHS head coach.
“It is great to be able to check that box and look forward to the upcoming tournament games.
The girls battled in an exciting game with Wauseon and had good games with Delta, Swanton and Bryan.
“It is a relief to know that we have at least a portion of the league championship locked up with one final league game left.”
AHS 4, Napoleon 1
The Streaks were on the road to Napoleon, Monday, Oct. 1, and came home with a 4-1 victory.
Cassidy Wyse scored Archbold’s first goal with 33:24 left in the first half. Lauren Kindinger scored the second goal with 18:13 left in the first half.
Jesse Fidler scored Archbold’s two second-half goals, at the 16:44 and 13:53 marks.
Alicia Hernandez and Wyse each recorded assists.
AHS 6, Delta 0
Archbold blanked Delta 6-0, Thursday, Oct. 4, at Delta.
Meggie Yoder gave AHS its first goal with 36:38 left in the first half. Wyse scored Archbold’s next two goals, with 35:23 and 25:50 on the clock, for a 3-0 halftime lead.
Hernandez scored the next two goals, with 33:46 and 33:21 left in the second half.
Wyse finished the scoring with 18:33 remaining.
AHS 3, Cory-Rawson 0
The Streaks blanked their opponents for the eighth time this season, beating Cory-Rawson 3-0 at Spengler Field, Saturday, Oct. 6.
Archbold led 1-0 at halftime after Kassidy Garrow scored with 37:16 on the clock.
Jensyn Garrow widened the lead to 2-0 in the second half with a goal at the 33:19 mark, and Fidler finished the scoring with a goal and 5:57 left on the clock.
Yoder recorded an assist in the contest.