Archbold Bluestreaks vs The edgerton lady bulldogs 12-09-16

In a night that saw the Archbold Lady Bluestreaks move to 5-0 on the season the Edgerton Lady Bulldogs were no match for the Streaks in a 87-37 defeat. The game began with Morgan Miller scoring 8 first-quarter points and the swish of the net with three-point shots by Kierstyn Repp. The game was all but over after the first quarter as the Streaks were up 25-4 when it came to an end.

Archbold's Morgan Miller (#30) was the early spark for the Streaks at both ends of the court as she contributed with eight first-quarter points. (Photo by BILL BRAY/THE VILLAGE REPORTER).

The second quarter saw the one-sided offensive game continue. The Streaks offense was on fire led by Repp, who calmly scored most of her 25 points during the time. The Streaks built their lead to 55-13 as the half came to an end with continued strong defensive play that forced many Lady Bulldog. 27 by the time the game came to a bitter end.

Alyssa Ziegler was able to get herself set to take the offensive charge. This was just one example of the nearly perfect defense that the Bluestreaks played throughout the first half. (Photo by BILL BRAY/THE VILLAGE REPORTER.)
Whether it was from beyond the 3-point line or driving to the hoop, Kierstyn Repp (#32) was the dominate force for Archbold as the senior post player/wing player two 2-point shots, six 3-points shots and 3/3 from the foul line for 25 points.
Kamryn Hosteter (#23) helped the Bluestreaks continue their domination in the third quarter. The 5'2" junior finished with nine points. (Photo by BILL BRAY/THE VILLAGE REPORTER).
As the second half wore on Brooke Kohler (#20) was another to help the defensive dominance of the Streaks during the non-league game. (Photo by BILL BRAY/THE VILLAGE REPORTER.)

The Streaks are back in action Monday and Tuesday in the Defiance Tournament.

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