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Morgan, Woods, Rush card 54s at NWC opener

By Cort Reynolds
DEFIANCE - The Ada golf team played its first Northwest Conference match of the season Tuesday at the Auglaize Golf Club in Defiance.

Allen East won the four-team league event with 161 strokes. Host Paulding was a close second with 165 strokes, followed by Delphos Jefferson (203) and Ada (225).

Jacob Morgan, Dexter Woods and Andrew Rush each carded a round of 54 to pace Ada. Kamron Wilkerson, Geddes Klingler and Jack Baumgartner all tallied rounds of 63 to round out the Bulldog links scores. 

Cort Reynolds column now on Basketball Intelligence website

Ada Icon sports writer Cort Reynolds, recently had a column posted on Basketball Intelligence.

CLICK HERE to read the column.

The column's focus is on how and why Utah never won an NBA title despite constantly contending for over a decade.

 

Bulldog golf season underway

Photo by Carl Wilkerson
Story by Cort Reynolds

The Ada High School golf season is underway. From left, Dexter Woods, Jack Baumgartner, Geddes Klingler, Jacob Morgan, Drew Rush and Kamron Wilkerson.

MINSTER - The Ada golf team played a tri-match to tee off its season at the Arrowhead Golf Club in Minster.

Riverside won the event with a total of 211 strokes. New Bremen shot 217, while Ada tallied a 233 score. 

2020 high school football season takes an end run

A decision on spectators at contact sports has not yet been made, however the OHSAA believes that at a minimum parents should be permitted to attend

Following a recommendation this week from the Governor’s Office to shorten the season due to concerns that COVID-19 may spike in early winter, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Friday that if high school football games are approved by the Governor, all teams will enter the playoffs beginning Oct. 9 and the state championship games will be played no later than Nov. 21.

The OHSAA Board of Directors, which assisted OHSAA staff to create the proposal and approved it by a 9-0 vote, considers this a win-win situation for all schools since it will not matter how many games each team has played leading up to the playoffs.

OHSAA fall sports practices begin Saturday

All fall sports can begin practice, while golf, tennis and volleyball have been approved by the Governor to have contests between schools

The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s fall sports of girls tennis, girls and boys golf, field hockey, girls and boys soccer, girls and boys cross country, volleyball and football officially begin practice Saturday, Aug. 1.

Earlier Friday, the OHSAA Board of Directors reaffirmed their position that the OHSAA fall sports seasons will go forward as planned. While all fall sports can practice, contests between schools in the sports of golf, tennis and volleyball have been approved by Governor Mike DeWine. The OHSAA continues to work with the Governor’s Office toward approval of contests in cross country, field hockey, soccer and football.

ONU's national champ Emily Richards named assistant coach

For Polar Bear cross country and track and field teams

By Tim Glon
Ohio Northern national champion Emily Richards is returning to her alma mater as an assistant coach for the cross country and track and field teams.

Richards will assist with cross country and coach the middle distance runners in the track and field program.

Richards is beginning her third season under contract with Hoka One One. She will continue her primary responsibility of being a professional athlete and to pursue her goals of competing at the Olympic Trials and beyond.

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