The Archbold softball team played five non-league games last week, winning two and losing three to stand 6-3 on the season.
AHS 14, Stryker 2
Leading 8-0 after three innings, Archbold scored six runs in the fourth on its way to a 14-2 five-inning win at Stryker (0-3), Monday, April 1.
Chloe Schramm was the winning pitcher. In four innings she allowed two runs on three hits, struck out seven, and walked one.
AHS had seven hits, led by Schramm with a triple and a single.
Gabby Nafziger, Kylie Sauder, Alyssa McCoy, Reagan Kohler, and Emma Hall each had a base hit.
Edgerton 5, Archbold 4
Edgerton (3-4) handed Archbold its first loss of the season with a 5-4 victory, Tuesday, April 2, at Edgerton.
The Bulldogs led 5-1 after two. The Streaks scored twice in the fourth and once in the top of the seventh, but couldn’t push the tying run across the plate.
Andee Grime was the loser on the mound. In 1 2/3 innings she allowed five runs on six hits, struck out one, and walked two.
The Streaks had five hits to six for Edgerton.
Kohler hit a double and a single. Nafziger, Faith Wyse, and Grace Mayer each had singles.
Anthony Wayne 3, AHS 1
With the score tied at 2 going into the seventh inning, the Generals scored twice and the Streaks failed to answer as Anthony Wayne defeated Archbold 3-1, Friday, April 5, at Memorial Park.
Schramm was the losing pitcher. In seven innings she allowed three runs on eight hits, struck out three, and walked four.
The Streaks had five hits. Hall had two singles, while Nafziger, Wyse, and Madison Roth each had one.
Otsego 3, AHS 2 AHS 7, Otsego 1
With the score tied at 2 after seven, Otsego (2-1) scored the winning run in the top of the eighth inning to defeat Archbold 3-2 in the first game of a doubleheader, Saturday, April 6, at Archbold.
Schramm was the hardluck loser. In eight innings she allowed three runs on five hits, struck out three, and walked two.
The Streaks had six base hits. Wyse hit three, Nafziger had two, and McCoy had one.
In the second game, the Streaks scored four runs in the second inning and two in the fourth on their way to a 7-1 victory.
Grime pitched a complete game. In seven innings she allowed one run on seven hits, struck out one, and walked none.
AHS had six hits. Schramm had a home run and a double with three runs batted in. Nafziger, McCoy, Jadyn Fenstermaker, and Mayer each had base hits.