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April 22, 2018
 

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Bulldog track boys 4th at HN Invite; Dellifield wins PV

By Cort Reynolds

 

DOLA - The Ada boys and girls track teams competed in the annual, 11-team Hardin Northern Invitational Saturday in Dola.

 

The Ada boys finished in a fourth-place tie while the Lady Bulldogs came in seventh. Tiffin Calvert took the boys team crown and Leipsic captured the girls title.

 

Ada sophomore Nora Dellifield won the girls pole vault to lead the Lady Bulldogs, clearing 9-6.

 

Junior Miguel Jordan took second in the 800 meter run to post the top Bulldog boys finish. The boys 3200 relay quartet also finished second.

 

Boys team standings

1 Tiffin Calvert 82 points     

Devils sweep Bulldog boys

By Cort Reynolds

ARLINGTON - The visiting Ada baseball team lost 6-0 and 10-4 at Arlington in a non-conference twinbill Saturday.

 

The Bulldogs fell to 3-8 overall with the defeats.

 

In the opener, Arlington broke up a scoreless game with two runs in the fourth. The Red Devils then put the game away with four more in the fifth.

 

The Devils out-hit Ada in the lidlifter, 10-5. Colten Shaffer, Aaron Everhart and Phillip Coulson each singled at the top of the Ada lineup.

 

Jaylin Burkhart and Bryce Paul added the other Bulldog singles. Everhart and Coulson each stole a base as well.

 

Multicultural fair

300 attend fun, flags and flavor event

Photos and story by Monty Siekerman
An ONU multicultural fair provided fun, flags and flavors for the 300 people who attended the event in King-Horn on Friday night.

There was music, dancing, a cacophony of sounds plus flags from the many nations represented in the student body as well as foods made with recipes from around the world.
Students from 25 nation’s are represented in the student body this year.

Gator swim season almost upon us

Team signups planned in May

Sign-ups for the Ada Summer Swim Team will be held Wednesday, May 9, and Monday, May 14, from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 301 N. Main St.

Swimmers from ages 5 to 18 are invited to join the Ada Gators. The cost is $55/child, with a $5 credit for each additional family member. The fee gives one a pass to swim at the pool only during team practices. This cost includes one ad per family in the championship heat sheet. A $10 late fee will be assessed for those who register after May 28.

A representative from Poco Loco Swim Shop will be available at the first sign-up on May 9 for swim suit orders, caps and/or goggles. This is a new swim suit year.  

Here's the Ada art at the Kewpee

Jonathan Rettig’s “The Hand” won first place in printmaking in the Kewpee High School Art Invitational that was held at Art Space in Lima. Seven other AHS students had art work accepted. Their photos follow:

Kylie Gaugenti, linocut, “Reflective.” She won second place in printmaking.

Sumaya Tasnim. She has two pieces; a butterfly painting and a small mixed media piece.

Keli Trudeau, watercolor.

Callee Young, mixed media cardboard piece, “Maximum Ride.”

Klava Katayama, drawing, “Fish Bliss.”

Kendal Guagenti, colored pencil drawing, “Mingos.”

Women’s lacrosse loses 26-2

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — The Ohio Northern women's lacrosse team dropped a 26-2 decision at John Carroll on Saturdayafternoon at Don Shula Stadium.

The Polar Bears fall to 6-8 overall and are 3-3 in Ohio Athletic Conference play, while the Blue Streaks improve to 12-2, 5-1.

JCU controlled play from the onset, scoring the game's first nine goals in the first ten minutes.

Senior Chelsea Cousins (Lewis Center/Olentangy) and sophomore Maggie Fuller (Naples, Fla.) scored goals for ONU.

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