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Covid-19 quarantine ends Ada boys' soccer season

Bulldogs were slated to play Bluffton in a Division III district semi-final tournament game

The covid-19 quarantine bug put a disappointing end to Ada High School’s boys’ soccer season this week.

Ada was scheduled to play Bluffton tonight (Oct. 28) in Tiffin at the Division III district semi-finals. Eric Perkins, Ada HS athletic director, told the Icon that the game was cancelled. Ada had to quarantine a few players and forfeited the game.

A message to the Ada community posted on the school website on Tuesday stated: "We were notified today that a second student in the high school tested positive for covid-19. Contact tracing has been completed and all families of students who need to quarantine have been notified."

 Click here to read the entire message.

The Bulldogs finished second in the Northwest Conference, losing only to Bluffton, NWC champs, 7-0.

Ada won its first two tournament games, first beating Otsego 4-0 and then Mansfield Christian 3-1. At that point, Ada stood 10-8 on the season. 

Bluffton advances to the district finals on Saturday facing either Riverdale or Van Buren.