The Archbold volleyball team went on a tear last week, winning all four of their matches to raise their record to 7-1, 4-0 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League.
The Streaks opened the week with a 25-23, 25-19, 25- 11 league victory at Patrick Henry, Tuesday, Sept. 9. They followed with a 25-6, 25-14, 25- 18 NWOAL victory over Bryan, Thursday, Sept. 11.
In a Saturday, Sept. 13 trimatch at Napoleon with the Wildcats and Fairview, the Streaks beat the Apaches 25- 19, 25-13 before disposing of the host 25-13, 25-21.
AHS Def. PH
25-23, 25-19, 25-11
Lauren Kern led AHS in the serving department. She was 10/10 with an ace. Devin Newman was 9/9 with an ace; Deena Cowell was 15/17 with two aces; Alyssa Schaub was 9/9. As a team AHS was 68/72 for 94%.
Schaub had 24 digs; Andrea Allan had 14. Allan was 14/15 in serve reception; Newman was 10/10.
Wyse was 20/23 in attacks with nine kills; Melinda Sauder was 14/16 with six kills; Hailey Galvan was 15/18 with six kills.
Newman had three solo blocks. Wyse was 44/44 in setting; Kern was 28/28.
AHS Def. Bryan
25-6, 25-14, 25-18
“We had a very nice night against Bryan,” said Julie Nofziger, AHS head coach. “I felt we controlled the net and played more consistent.”
Kern was 15/17 in serving with four aces; Schaub was 14/14 with two aces. Allan and Cowell each had an ace.
Newman and Schaub each had 12 digs; Wyse had 11 and was 36/36 in setting. Kern was 33/33 in setting.
Schaub was 10/12 in attacks with seven kills. Wyse was 16/19 with six kills; Sauder was 21/23 with five kills; Emily Snyder was 12/12 with five kills.
Schaub had three solo blocks. Galvan and Snyder each had two; Newman had one.
AHS Def. Fairview
Kern was 13/13 in serving. Snyder had five kills while Newman, Schaub, and Galvan each had four; Wyse, three; and Sauder, one.
AHS Def. Napoleon
The Streaks had five aces served by Jenna Nofziger, Cowell, Wyse, Schaub, and Kern. As a team, the Streaks were 47/50 in serving.
Schaub had 18 digs and three kills. Galvan led the team in kills, with six. Wyse had five; Sauder, four; Snyder, two; and Newman, one.
Wyse was 34/36 in setting.