Archbold 8th Grade Football
The Streaks traveled to Bryan to open the season, Thursday, Aug. 30.
Having 15 players willing to work hard, the “Fightin’ 15” were ready to begin the season but came home on the short end, 24-0.
Archbold moved the ball on its first possession, but had to punt. The Bears moved the ball to midfield, but pressure from Austin Wilson forced a quick pass and Bryce Huber came up with an interception.
The Streaks couldn’t move against the much-larger Bryan team and punted again.
Bryan moved inside the 20-yard line, but the Streaks stopped them, and again it was Huber with an interception.
Midway through the second quarter with the score still tied at 0, Bryan threw to its tall receiver, who won the jump ball and took it into the end zone for a touchdown. The point-after-touchdown attempt failed and Bryan led 6-0.
Again unable to move the ball, Archbold punted late in the first half. Bryan used its size to throw another touchdown pass. The twopoint conversion was good for a 14-0 lead at halftime.
Archbold’s defense remained strong and kept the team close, but Bryan scored a fourth quarter TD to go up 22-0. Late in the game, Archbold stopped two of the Bears’ drives as Elijah Alvarado came up with the third interception of the game, and Toby Walker caused and recovered a fumble.
As the game was coming to a close, the Streaks did not execute a punt and took a safety for the 24-0 final.
Pettisville 8th Grade Volleyball
Pettisville (1-0) def. Wauseon 25- 12, 25-10, Monday, Aug. 27.
The Blackbirds got into the win column with a 2-0 victory over visiting Maumee Valley Country Day, Monday, Aug. 27.
Landon Roth scored the first goal midway through the first period off of a nice through pass from Levi Nofziger. In the final period, Nofziger pushed the second goal across, taking a pass from Caleb Rychener.
The defense, led by Nate Hartzler in the goal and Gabe Beck at sweeper, played well to ensure the shutout.
Archbold and Pettisville Cross Country
Thursday, Aug. 30
Pettisville 19, Bryan 51, Archbold 54, Stryker no team score
1. Alexa Leppelmeier (P) 14:01; 2. Elizabeth Sauder (P) 14:24; 3. Kamryn Hostetler (P) 14:44; 4. Nichole Foor (P) 15:31; Emily Roth (A) 15:38; 6. Brooke Kohler (A) 16:16; 9. Sarah Herring (P) 16:43; 10. Sydney Cobb (A) 16:48; 16. Krystine Davis (P) 17:32; 17. Caitlin Flickinger (A) 17:43; 19. Rosalyn Flores (A) 18:04; 27. Kendi Nofziger (P) 20:08; 28. Gretchen Lee (P) 20:49; 29. Katie Hauter (P) 22:36.
Bryan 37, Archbold 38, Pettisville 52, Stryker no team score
1. Aaron Bontrager (P) 12:26; 2. Logan Garrow (A) 12:31; 5. Eli Miller (A) 13:19; 6. Gavin Riegsecker (P) 14:02; 7. Michael Short (A) 14:05; 9. Jaret Rychener (P) 14:33; 11. Lucas Yoder (A) 14:44; 14. Adam Kinsman (A) 15:03; 16. Luke McQuade (A) 15:04; 17. Lucas Rupp (A) 15:15; 18. Denver Beck (A) 15:23; 19. Evan Warner (P) 16:22; 25. Seth Brakefield (P) 18:35; 26. Kendall Lovejoy (A0 17:37; 32. Ryan Gallup (A) 20:24; 33. Eli Wyse (A) 20:43.
Pettisville Cross Country
Tuesday, Aug. 28
Pettisville 27, Liberty Center 28
1. Alexa Leppelmeier 13:46; 3. Elizabeth Sauder 14:39; 4. Kamryn Hostetler 14:41; 9. Nichole Foor 16:21; 10. Sarah Herring 16:45; 11. Krystine Davis 18:22; 12. Kendi Nofziger 20:43; 13. Gretchen Lee 20:58; 14. Katie Hauter 21:48.
Pettisville 19, Liberty Center not enough runners for team score
1. Aaron Bontrager 12:39; 2. Jaret Rychener 14:06; 3. Gavin Riegsecker 14:24; 5. Noah Rocha 14:38; 8. Evan Warner 17:35; 9. Seth Brakefield 19:13.
Archbold 8th Grade Volleyball
Archbold defeated Tinora 25-17, 25-13, in its season opener, Monday, Aug. 27.
“I was pleased with the season starter performance,” said Dina Gladieux, coach. “The girls were able to run the offense well. Alyssa Ziegler did a nice job setting her teammates up for the kill.
“Delanie Driver and Peyton Dickman had two kills each, while Sydney Baynes, Jillian Schweitzer and Morgan Miller each had one. Schweitzer and Savannah Short had a double block kill, which was a highlight because we haven’t really worked on blocking that much yet this season.”
Archbold defeated Fairview 25-11, 25-12, Thursday, Aug. 30.
“Baynes and Dickman each had two ace serves and did an overall nice job serving,” said Gladieux. “Schweitzer and Alyssa Ziegler did a nice job setting.”
Top hitters were Ziegler, Baynes, Malinda Lugbill, Driver, Itzy Gaona and Dickman.”