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Archbold Softball Goes 3-2 On Week

Reagan Kohler fields the ball after a Swanton hit, April 11.– photo by Mario Gomez

Reagan Kohler fields the ball after a Swanton hit, April 11.– photo by Mario Gomez

The Archbold softball team recorded victories over Bryan, Swanton, and Lima Bath and losses to Springfield and Findlay in action last week to stand 9-5, 2-0 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League.

AHS 9, Bryan 7

Down 5-4 after two innings, Archbold scored five runs in the third and fourth innings on its way to a 9-7 NWOAL win over Bryan (1- 5, 0-1 NWOAL), Monday, April 8, at Memorial Park.

Both teams had seven hits. Faith Wyse and Chloe Schramm each hit a home run, and Schramm had an additional base hit, while Madison Roth hit a double and Kylie Sauder had two singles. Gabby Nafziger had a single.

Andee Grime got the win on the mound. Pitching in relief, she allowed one run on four hits in four innings.

Springfield 10, AHS 2

Springfield remained undefeated at 7-0 with a 10- 2 non-league win over the Streaks, Tuesday, April 9, at Archbold.

Grime was the losing pitcher. In four innings she allowed seven runs on 11 hits, struck out one, and walked one.

The Streaks had four hits. Cassidy Baden had a double; Schramm, Roth, and Sauder each had a base hit.

AHS 9, Swanton 4

Archbold improved to 2- 0 in the NWOAL with a 9-4 win over Swanton, Thursday, April 11, at Memorial Park.

The Streaks led 1-0 after one and scored eight runs in the third and fourth innings.

The Bulldogs (8-4, 0-2 NWOAL) scored two runs each in the fifth and seventh innings.

Schramm pitched a complete game. In seven innings she allowed four runs on 10 hits, struck out two, and walked one.

Archbold had seven hits. Schramm and Roth each had two doubles. Alexa Wilson, Baden, and Sauder each had singles.

AHS 12, Lima Bath 11

Findlay 12, AHS 6

The Streaks traveled to Lima Bath High School for a double header with Bath and Findlay, Saturday, April 13.

Archbold came back from a 6-1 deficit after one inning and then held on for a 12-11 victory over Lima Bath.

The Streaks scored four runs in the second and one in the top of the third to tie the score at 6, but the Wildkittens scored twice in the bottom of the inning for an 8-6 lead.

AHS took a 10-8 lead with four runs in the fourth.

Each team scored a run in the fifth for an 11-9 score. Archbold scored once in the sixth to lead 12-9, but Bath scored two runs to close within one, 12-11.

Neither team scored in the seventh.

Schramm got the win. In six innings she allowed 11 runs on nine hits, struck out four, and walked one.

Archbold had 12 hits. Sauder had a home run and a single. Schramm had two doubles and a base hit; Wilson hit a double and a single.

Alyssa McCoy had two singles. Nafziger, Wyse, and Reagan Kohler each had a single.

Findlay scored five runs in the sixth inning to turn a 7-6 lead into a 12-6 win in Archbold’s second contest.

The Streaks had seven hits. Schramm hit a home run and had four runs batted in. Nafziger had a triple and a single.

Roth, Wilson, Emma Hall, and Carsyn Hagans each had a single.

Schramm took the loss. In three innings she allowed five runs on four hits, struck out one, and walked two.