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Streak Girls Beat Rossford, Fairview; Fall To Evergreen



The Archbold girls basketball team won two nonleague contests last week but lost to Evergreen in a Northwest Ohio Athletic League game.

The Streaks hosted Rossford, Monday, Dec. 6, and sent the Bulldogs home with a 41-35 loss.

Archbold played the Apaches at Fairview, Tuesday, Dec. 7, and came home with a 58-26 victory.

AHS was back on the road to Evergreen, Friday, Dec. 10. The Vikings jumped out to a 33-12 halftime lead on their way to a 55-40 NWOAL victory.

Archbold is 5-1, 1-1 NWOAL.

EHS 55, AHS 40

“Evergreen did a nice job the first two quarters finding the open man and hitting their shots to open a big lead,” said Brian Ziegler.

“We dug ourselves a huge hole, but I’m proud of our girls and the effort they gave in the second half. Twentyone points is a big hole to dig out of. We got it down to single digits but ran out of gas at the end.”

The Vikings (3-1, 1-1 NWOAL) led 16-6 after one period behind the scoring of Ingrid Oswald and Taylor Babcock, who scored six points each. They outscored the Streaks 17-6 in the second period for a 21-point lead at the half.

Archbold came out of the locker room and outscored the Vikings 13-6 in the third for a 39-25 difference going into the final quarter.

The difference was down to eight, 41-33, halfway through the fourth, but the Vikings got the lead back to double digits and won by 15.

Lauren Langenderfer paced Evergreen with 26 points. Also in double digits was Babcock, with 12.

Alicia Drewes led AHS with nine.

Archbold was 16-45 from the field for 36% and 5-7 from the foul line for 71%. The Streaks won the rebounding battle, 25-22.

Evergreen was 17-29 at the foul line for 59%, and was 11-17 in the fourth quarter.

AHS 41, Rossford 35

The Streaks led 12-7 after one period, 28-22 at halftime, and 36-31 after three.

“This was a nice win against a very scrappy and aggressive Rossford team,” said Ziegler. “Taylor Coressel came off the bench and had a very good second quarter and did a nice job handling the ball against their pressure.

“We still need to work on taking care of the ball and finishing the game at the free-throw line.”

Coressel and Nicole Hurst led AHS with eight points each. Alaina Mitchell led the Bulldogs with eight.

Archbold won the rebounding battle 30-27, with Hurst grabbing eight.

The Streaks were 18-44 from the field for 41% and 5-12 from the foul line for 42%. Rossford (2-2) was 5-13 at the foul line for 38%.

AHS 58, Fairview 26

Archbold jumped out to a 20-8 lead and never looked back.

Drewes led the Streaks with 20 points. AHS was 27-64 from the field for 42% and 4-7 from the foul line for 57%.

Abby Grinnell led the Apaches with 15 points. Fairview was 8-30 from the foul line for 27%.

The Streaks out-rebounded the Apaches 32-23, and were led by Mindy Rupp and Morgan Cody with five each. The Apaches (0-3) committed 47 turnovers to Archbold’s 19.

BOX SCORES
ARCHBOLD (40)
– Cody 2, Goebel
6, Coressel 3, S. Wyse 2, Drewes
9, Hurst 4, Fidler 6, Rupp 3, C. Wyse
1, Short 4. Totals 16-5-40.
EVERGREEN (55)
– Langenderfer
26, Robertson 2, Oswald 6, Meyer
8, Babcock 12, Marvin 1. Totals
18-17-55.
AHS
6 6 13 15 40
EHS
16 17 6 16 55
Reserve score:
Archbold won,
17-8.
ARCHBOLD (41)
– Cody 1, Goebel
7, Coressel 8, S. Wyse 2, Drewes
4, Hurst 8, Fidler 4, C. Wyse 7.
Totals 18-5-41.
ROSSFORD (35)
Genaghty
7, Trenchide 6, Hotz 6, Kanery 2,
Mitchell 8, Caraghty 6 . Totals 15-
5-35.
AHS
12 16 8 5 41
RHS
7 15 9 4 35
Reserve score:
Archbold won,
36-18.
ARCHBOLD (58)
– Cody 2, Goebel
1, Coressel 4, S. Wyse 4, Drewes
20, Hurst 6, Fidler 8, Rupp 8, C.
Wyse 2, Short 3. Totals 27-4-58.
FAIRVIEW (26)
– Meyer 6, Conkey
1, Vance 2, Clinker 2, Grinnell
15. Totals 9-8-26.
AHS
20 17 8 13 58
FHS
8 9 3 6 26
Reserve score:
Archbold won,
36-16.




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