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AHS Girls Split Week

Archbold’s Naomi Rodriguez (10) brings the ball up the court against Eastwood, Tuesday, Nov. 26.– photo by Mario Gomez

Archbold’s Naomi Rodriguez (10) brings the ball up the court against Eastwood, Tuesday, Nov. 26.– photo by Mario Gomez

Archbold (2-3) lost to Fairview but defeated Edgerton in non-league girls basketball action last week.

Fairview 63, AHS 55

Fairview (2-1) jumped out to a 14-7 first-quarter lead on its way to a 63-55 victory, Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Fairview.

The Streaks closed the gap to 27-23 at the half and 45-43 after three, but the Apaches outscored the Streaks 18-12 in the final eight minutes for the eight-point victory.

“I thought we improved playing against pressure and rebounding, two areas we have struggled at so far this season,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach.

“If we keep working hard, we’ll see results. It was still a loss, but Fairview made plays and made free throws in the win.”

Archbold was 19-30 at the foul line but hit only nine deuces; Fairview was 17-23 at the foul line and hit 20 deuces. The Streaks hit six three-pointers; the Apaches hit only two.

AHS won the rebounding battle, 23-21, with Addi Ziegler grabbing seven.

Kylie Sauder led the Streaks with 20 points. Abi Borojevich was also in double figures, with 18.

A trio of Apaches scored in double figures, led by Riley Mealer with 16 points. Carrie Zeedyk had 12 and Karrie Smith, 11.

AHS 64, Edgerton 29

Archbold stopped its threegame losing streak with a 64-29 victory at Edgerton, Friday, Dec. 6.

“We’ve had a couple tough losses, so it’s nice to see the team bounce back and play together,” said B. Ziegler.

“We did a nice job defensively and did a much better job rebounding. We played unselfishly, which led to nice assists.”

Sauder and Borojevich again led AHS, with 16 and 14 points, respectively. Sauder had four of the team’s seven treys.

Archbold was 17-23 at the foul line; Edgerton was 3-7.

Ally Cape led the Bulldogs (1-3), with eight points.

The Streaks grabbed 29 rebounds, led by Sauder with five, to 19 for Edgerton.

The Bulldogs committed 24 turnovers to 15 for AHS.

BOX SCORES
ARCHBOLD (55) – Rodriguez 7,
Hostetler 3, Gensler 5, Borojevich 18,
Sauder 20, Phillips 2. Totals 15-19-55.
FAIRVIEW (63) – Zeedyk 12, King
2, Mavis 8, Smith 11, Cline 9, Marshall
5, Mealer 16. Totals 22-17-63.
AHS 7 16 20 12 – 55
FHS 14 13 18 18 – 63
JV: Fairview won 38-21.

ARCHBOLD (64) – Rodriguez 6,
Hostetler 4, Gensler 5, McQuade 2,
Borojevich 14, Sauder 16, Ziegler 7,
Phillips 4, Rupp 6. Totals 20-17-64.
EDGERTON (29) – Siebenaler
5, Cape 8, McNalley 2, Leppelmeier
2, Smith 2, Herman 6, Moreno 4.
Totals 11-3-29.
AHS 14 12 17 21 – 64
EHS 5699-29
JV: Archbold won 25-11.