Seiler Leads Wauseon Over Archbold 65-50 to Open League Play
Wauseon senior Marisa Seiler scored a game high 29 points, 19 in the second half, as the Lady Indians used a big second quarter to defeat the Archbold Lady Blue Streaks 65-50 to open the NWOAL girls’ basketball season.
The game was tight after the first quarter with the Streaks holding a slim 17-16 lead. However, the Indians broke the game open in the second quarter, outscoring Archbold 20-8, despite losing starting center Hayley Meyer for the rest of the contest to an injury early in the frame.
Wauseon maintained a double-digit advantage throughout the second half and pushed the lead to 22 points in the fourth quarter before settling for 15-point victory.
Backing up Seiler offensively for the Lady Indians was Autumn Pelok with 13 points and Kadence Carroll with 10. Meyer had nine points before leaving the game.
Addie Ziegler and Harley Phillips each scored 11 points for the Lady Blue Streaks and Leah McQuade added 10.
The win keeps Wauseon undefeated with a 6-0 overall record while Archbold falls to 4-5 with the loss.
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