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January 29, 2020
 

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Calling all Ada youth soccer players

Online registration for spring play now open

Online registration is now open through Monday, Feb. 10, for sign-up to participate in the Ada spring soccer season.

Here’s what you need to know:

14 players score in ONU women's win

It's an 84-56 victory over Marietta

he Ohio Northern women's basketball team had 14 student-athletes register points in its 84-56 win against Marietta in front of nearly 900 fans in the first game of Saturday's Cystic Fibrosis doubleheader at the ONU Sports Center.

Sophomore Jaidyn Hale's (Lima/Bath) 11 points led the Polar Bears' (11-4 overall, 5-3 OAC) balanced scoring attack. Junior Sydney Ward (Columbus/Arlington) and senior Abby Weeks (West Chester/Mount Notre Dame) each scored 10 points.

Additionally, freshman Brynn Serbin (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny) chipped in eight points, five assists, and three rebounds. Serbin had a game-best +/- of 23.

2020 Ada event dates announced

Starting with sweet treats on Feb. 14 at Liberty National Bank

Many 2020 event dates for Ada were announced at the January Ada Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast. Those dates and other business announcements made at the meeting follow:

Heather Cox, Liberty Bank, said that sweet treats will be offered to the public on Friday, Feb. 14, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 

Jamie Hall, village of Ada, said that the village has received certification for the new municipal building elevator. 

Jesse Purcell, director of Chamber and Tourism with the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, announced the alliance’s annual meeting and award dinner is Thursday, Feb. 27, at McIntosh Center. Watch the Icon for ticket information.

Lady Bulldogs victimized by early Gopher spurt    

Ada travels to Crestview on Thursday

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - Visiting Ridgemont raced to an 11-0 lead and went on to post a 60-36 win over Hardin County rival Ada in non-league girls basketball action on a rare Monday night game.

The Bulldog girls dropped to 5-11 after the defeat, while the Lady Gophers improved to 5-9 with the surprisingly lopsided victory.

"It was super disappointing; we came out super flat," admitted Ada second-year head coach Morgan Bass. "We talked about effort and attitude, two things we can control, at halftime.

"The second half was better but there is no excuse for the start," she continued. "It's frustrating."

Marietta stops ONU men

Ohio Northern suffered through a cold-shooting afternoon in a 78-55 men's basketball loss to No. 8-ranked Marietta on Saturday at the ONU Sports Center.

The Polar Bears (6-9 overall, 2-6 Ohio Athletic Conference) were just 20-of-70 from the floor for 28.6 percent, which included a 10-of-37 effort (27.0) from beyond the 3-point arc.

Junior Thomas Phillips ((Kenton) led three ONU players in double figures in scoring with 15 points, tying his career-high with five made 3-pointers. Freshman C.J. Napier (Miamisburg/Bishop Fenwick) added 13 points and sophomore Brandon Waugh (Columbus/Northland) had 11 points.

Around the world wine sampling coming Feb. 1 to The Inn

The Inn at ONU, 401 W. College Ave., Ada, holds its annual Around the World Wine Sampling evening next month.

The event is Saturday, February 1 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. In addition to wine, the evening includes food and live entertainment.

Tickets are $32 per guest, which includes an extensive selection of appetizers, five unique wine samples, wine commentary provided by wine industry expert Diana Kerr Brown, live entertainment, and a relaxing atmosphere.

This year, participants can upgrade to the deluxe package for $45 per guest and receive eight wine samples and a commemorative wine glass. 

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