The Archbold girls basketball team remains undefeated in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League at 3-0 after defeating Evergreen 47-40, Friday, Dec. 18 in The Thunderdome. The Streaks opened the week at the Defiance Clinic Classic. AHS defeated Ayersville 68-50 in the semifi nal, Monday, Dec. 14, but fell 50-41 to Tinora in the Tuesday, Dec. 15 championship game. Archbold is […]
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Archbold 8th Grade Girls Basketball The Streaks had their first home game when Pettisville visited, Tuesday, Dec. 15. The Streaks took a commanding 29-12 halftime lead and won 40-16. Jesse Fidler led the way with 18 points and 7 rebounds. Other scoring: Cassidy Wyse, 6; Krista Leupp, Jen Gerken, 4 each; Lexi Ramirez, Kayla Leaser, 3 each; Bailey Short, […]
Pettisville jumped out to an 18-7 first-quarter lead and scored in double digits in every quarter on its way to a 66-36 Buckeye Border Conference girls basketball victory at Hilltop, Friday, Dec. 18. The Birds (4-2) led 33-18 at the half and outscored the Cadets 33-18 in the second half for the 30-point victory. “Our pressure was the difference tonight, […]
Drew Ginn, 16, Archbold, told police a pair of blue and white athletic shoes, valued at $65, was stolen from the Archbold Laundromat sometime between 7:30 and 8:15 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 16. Ginn said he washed the shoes. The shoes were taken while he was away from the laundromat. —— The anti-malarial drug quinine comes from the bark of the […]
Brian Becher, Archbold head wrestling coach, has his squad running in full gear. Just three weeks into the season, the Streaks have wrestled 22 matches as of Sunday, Dec. 19. Archbold kicked off the league season opener, Thursday, Dec. 17, hosting Delta, Wauseon and Bryan. The Blue and Gold picked up a 49-24 win over Delta and 50-24 over Bryan […]
An adolescent male from Henry County died Wednesday, Dec. 9, as a result of complications from H1N1 influenza. Ann Goon, Henry County health commissioner, said the victim tested positive for the H1N1 virus. While she did not give details of the boy’s death, she said the most common cause of H1N1-related death is for the victim to develop pneumonia. Pneumonia […]
The Pettisville boys basketball team won two games last week to improve its record to 3-2, 2-0 in the Buckeye Border Conference. The Birds hosted Hilltop, Thursday, Dec. 17. Pettisville outscored the Cadets in every quarter to win 73-46. The Blackbirds hosted Liberty Center for a non-league matchup, Saturday, Dec. 19. Pettisville was down 24-12 at halftime but came back […]