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March 22, 2019
 

Chambr after-hours

Ada Area Chamber of Commerce members met in an after-hours mix and mingle on March 20 at The Inn at ONU. Jim Boedicker, local musician, entertained with background music. Several door prizes were drawn, provided by Liberty National Bank, Quest Federal Credit Union and US Bank. The Ada Icon, celebrating its 7th year in existence in March, sponsored the event.

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A catering showcase

Flavours by Sodexo at ONU sets the table

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What a table Flavours by Sodexo at ONU set!

Raspberry brie, Spanakopita, poached eggs, winter cheese board, macarons, hot apple cider and donuts … just for starters.

The table set, many tables, in fact, filled the McIntosh Ballroom as Flavours showcased its wide-range of food catering choices on March 15 to invited guests to promote its catering program.

Elaine Adams, catering director, said the Sodexo catering service handles hundreds of events year-around, and it want to expand its catering.

Here's the forecast for Ada track and field teams

Several letter winners, a state qualifier and two league champions return

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada track and field team features several letter winners, a state qualifier and two league champions back on its 43-athlete roster under head coach Tyler Craig.

BOYS' TEAM

Paced by solid returning talent, the Bulldog boys squad looks to be very competitive in the league and big meets this spring.

The purple and gold boys came in a strong fourth at the 2018 Northwest Conference championships behind league individual champions Noah Mattson (shot put) and Miguel Jordan (800 meters).

History lesson

From a 1989 photo - The oldest man and woman attending ONU's alumni weekend were Dr. Calvin Jackson of...

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Most recent AHS and ONU sports stories

Senior Max Weese (Hilliard/Darby) became the first Ohio Northern men's lacrosse player to score 100 career goals, leading ONU to a 15-8 victory over Wittenberg on Tuesday night at Dial-Roberson Stadium.

The Polar Bears end their non-conference schedule with a solid 6-1 record, while the Tigers fall to 1-5.

Weese scored twice in the first 11:11 of the game to reach the 100-goal plateau in 50 career games.

Senior Anthony Pavone (Bainbridge/Kenston) picked up his seventh career hat trick with a team-high three goals for ONU.

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada track and field team features several letter winners, a state qualifier and two league champions back on its 43-athlete roster under head coach Tyler Craig.

BOYS' TEAM

Paced by solid returning talent, the Bulldog boys squad looks to be very competitive in the league and big meets this spring.

The purple and gold boys came in a strong fourth at the 2018 Northwest Conference championships behind league individual champions Noah Mattson (shot put) and Miguel Jordan (800 meters).

• New coach, 4 starters to carry on momentum
for district champion softball squad

• Ada baseball squad looks to continue upward rise

By Cort Reynolds
Baseball
(Softball preview is below baseball preview)

ADA - The Ada varsity baseball team looks to continue improving with the return of 15 lettermen and several starters among its deep 29-player roster.

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada tennis team won a scrimmage match tune-up handily over visiting Toledo Whitmer 5-1 at the Ohio Northern University Marmon courts on Tuesday evening.

Ada swept all four singles matches in straight sets by a combined total of 48 games to five, and also won the first doubles match.

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - Former Ohio Northern University tennis player Cody Hurley assumes the reins of the Ada tennis program this spring with plenty of returning and new talent comprising the roster.

The fifth season of Bulldog varsity spring tennis follows on the heels of a team-best 11-2 dual record last spring.

Ada repeated as Northern Buckeye Tennis League champions, winning the title outright in 2018 after sharing it with three other schools in 2017. The Bulldogs edged Bryan 13-10 to win the conference crown last spring.

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Senior Max Weese (Hilliard/Darby) became the first Ohio Northern men's lacrosse player to score 100 career goals, leading ONU to a 15-8 victory over Wittenberg on Tuesday night at Dial-Roberson Stadium.

Ada McDonald’s Restaurant is the Ada school Bulldog Business of the month for March. Dan Lee, Ada High School principal, made the presentation to Tina Perrine, McDonald’s manager, earlier this week.

Earlier this week Dominick Sara and Carah Porter from Ohio Northern University updated Ada Kiwanis members best about the 4 Paws for Ability program involving ONU student training service dogs

Yesterday's Top Story

3 Brothers Pizza now open for lunch

New menu attached with this story

New menu printed below story -

3 Brothers Pizza, 105 S. Main St., Ada, is now open for lunch seven days a week, according to Brian Clum, owner.

New hours follow:
• Mondays through Thursdays –
   11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
• Fridays and Saturdays –
   11 a.m. to midnight
• Sundays –
   Noon to 8 p.m.

The pizza shop also has a new six-page menu. A copy is printed at the bottom of this story as an attachment.

Brian and Kelly Clum purchased 3 Brothers Pizza from Rod and Linda Dysert at the beginning of the year.

The phone number remains 419-634-0100.

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ONU's Polar Express
New Leaf decorated for Christmas 2018
New Leaf decorated for Christmas 2018
Meet the 2018 Harvest and Herb queen candidates

Upcoming events

March 23

March 24

  • Gospel Praise Gathering, Church of Christ, 5 p.m.

March 25

Poetic License

This license plate, spotted at the ONU Sports Center, reflects the model of the car, a Chrysler SRT8.