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Blue Streak JV Girls Raise Record To 11-3




The Archbold junior varsity girls basketball team had three games over Christmas break.

The Streaks traveled to Evergreen, Friday, Dec. 19. In a lowscoring game, the Streaks held on to win 25-20.

Nicole Hurst led the way with nine points. Alicia Drewes had six; Chelsea Goebel, Carley Wyse, Sarah Wyse, Tori Williams and Abby Short each had two.

Hurst dominated the boards with eight rebounds while Drewes and Hurst each had three assists.

Next was a Monday, Dec. 22 road trip to Bowling Green. In a game marked by too many turnovers, Archbold came up short 50-42.

Short netted nine points, followed by Drewes and S. Wyse with eight each and Hurst with five. Also scoring were Goebel, Mindy Rupp, Ruthie Beck, Williams and Morgan Cody.

Goebel grabbed six rebounds and Cody had two assists.

The last game of 2008 was played Monday, Dec. 29 when Holgate came to AHS. Archbold led most of the way and won 31-20.

Drewes led the scoring with 11 points, followed by Cody and S. Wyse with five each, and Goebel, C. Wyse, Rupp, Hurst and Amy Christman all with two.

Drewes also had seven rebounds and two assists.

The Streaks traveled to Napoleon, Saturday, Jan. 3 for a rare afternoon game. Turnovers once again hurt the Streak effort and Archbold lost 47-20.

Drewes, Goebel, S. Wyse, Hurst, and Cody all scored. Rupp, Drewes and S. Wyse had four rebounds each.

Northwest Ohio Athletic League foe Montpelier visited Friday, Jan. 16. After an almost two-week layoff, the Streaks took control right away. They led 28-13 at halftime and cruised to a 53-24 win.

Scoring leaders were Short, Drewes and Hurst with 10 each, and S. Wyse with eight. Also scoring were Goebel, Rupp, C. Wyse, Christman, Beck and Megan Arend.

Hurst grabbed five rebounds and Goebel and Drewes had three assists.

Undefeated Pettisville came to AHS, Saturday, Jan. 17. In a close, hard-fought game, Archbold (11-3) handed the Blackbirds their first loss, 37-34.

Chelsea Goebel led the scoring with 13 points, followed by Drewes with nine; Cody, eight; S. Wyse, four; Hurst, two; and Rupp, one.

Hurst had five rebounds; Goebel and Rupp each had four. Hurst also dished out four assists.


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