+++ Good luck, Klava, at the Division II state swim meet!

        

+++ Good luck, Klava, at the Division II state swim meet!

        
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Kewpee High School Art Invitational

ArtSpace/Lima will host the 30th annual Kewpee High School Art Invitational from Feb. 23 to April 7. Eight Ada students have had 9 pieces selected.

Sumaya Tasnim had two pieces selected while Calle Young, Johnathan Rettig, Keli Trudeau, Klava Katayama, Kendal Guagenti, Kylie Guagenti, and Noah Mattson each had one piece selected.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, Feb. 23 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Kewpee hamburgers and cheeseburgers will be served at the reception, as well as Februcherry pie.  Awards will be presented at 7:15 p.m.

Ada's Gossard HM All-NWC

By Cort Reynolds

DELPHOS - Ada senior Maddie Gossard was named honorable mention All-Northwest Conference in girls basketball by the league coaches in voting recently conducted at the annual selection meeting in Delphos.

 

Gossard led the Bulldogs in scoring, rebounds and three-point field goals made. The 5-8 wing will attend Heidelberg University next fall and play softball.

 

Senior Paige Motycka of second-place Crestview repeated as a first team all-league selection and was named NWC Player of the Year.

 

The Lady Knights finished in a three-way tie for second with Bluffton and Spencerville at 6-2, a game behind Columbus Grove.

ONU women next tourney game at home Thursday

The ONU women’s team will play their next OAC tourney game at home at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Ohio Northern enters Thursday evening's semifinal matchup after a 76-60 victory over Wilmington. 

The Polar Bears are making their league-best 32nd appearance in the OAC Tournament. The Polar Bears have won the OAC Tournament title four times, most recently in 2016-17. ONU is 25-27 all-time in the tournament.

High hopes for women’s lacrosse

The Ohio Northern women's lacrosse team has high expectations entering the 2018 season.

Third-year head coach Beth Hemminger welcomes back nine starters and 12 letterwinners from last year's injury-plagued squad that went 3-13 overall and 2-6 in the Ohio Athletic Conference.

The Polar Bears played games with as many as six starters sidelined by injury last year, but Hemminger believes the added experience for the younger players will pay off this season.

Number 5 will continue football career at ONU

Seth Conley threw for over 10,000 yards at Ada HS QB

By Grant Pepper
For the last four years, fans and community members have filled the stands at War Memorial Park on fall Friday nights, eager to watch not only their hometown team, but also one of northwest Ohio’s hidden gems.

As the air got cool and the leaves turned red, they gathered to watch one of the state’s most entertaining offenses -- one that passed the ball on nearly every down. They gathered to watch a team that consistently fought for Northwest Conference championships. And in large part, they gathered to watch the six-foot-nothing, gunslinging quarterback that led the way.

Ada chamber names Hays Insurance business of the year

During Wednesday's annual chamber luncheon

Hays Insurance was honored as Ada Area Chamber of Commerce business of the year during the Chamber’s annual meeting today (Feb. 21) during a luncheon in McIntosh Center.

Rebecca Hunt, a representative from Secretary of State John Husted’s office, also presented Chad with a certificate of commendation.

Chad Hays purchased Hays Insurance Agencies from Bruce Hays in January 2017. Hays Insurance features independent agents. The business was started by Bruce and Brad Hays in 1983. Chad entered the business after graduating from ONU in 1999 and was a partner with Bruce for 18 years.

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