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October 23, 2019
 

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Bulldogs boys whip Hornets, win 7th straight

Senior Isaac Spar scored a goal and dished out two assists to lead the winners

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada boys soccer team beat visiting Cory-Rawson 5-0 in a
match Thursday evening.

The Bulldogs improved to 7-2-1 with their seventh consecutive victory.

Senior Isaac Spar scored a goal and dished out two assists to lead the winners.

Jacob Poling, Kyler Stoll, Ian Dellifield and Skyler Williams each netted one goal. Wyatt Rettig added one assist.

Grant Preston made four saves in goal for Ada.

First-place Ada (3-0 NWC) hosts NWC power Bluffton (8-1-1, 3-0 NWC) Tuesday, September 24 in a showdown of league co-leaders.

Sizemore, Morgan earn All-NWC golf honors

At NWC meet Sizemore led Ada with a 47-48=95 day

By Cort Reynolds
BLUFFTON - The Ada golf team finished  seventh in the eight-team Northwest Conference championship meet Thursday at the Bluffton Golf Course.

Bluffton, which went 14-0 in regular season league play, took first with an 18-hole team total of 340 strokes. The first-place tournament finish also clinched the overall 2019 conference golf championship for the Pirates.

Delphos Jefferson (358) finished second in the tournament with Allen East (366) finishing third. Paulding finished fourth (372), Columbus Grove fifth (374), Lincolnview sixth (395), Ada seventh (404) and Crestview last (414).

Lady Bulldogs rally to down Wildcats

Megan Light led the Bulldogs with 22 kills, 17 digs, three blocks and one ace

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The host Ada volleyball team won its first Northwest Conference match in four tough sets over Delphos Jefferson Thursday evening.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 5-7 and 1-3 in the NWC with the come-from-behind 18-25, 25-20, 25-20, 25-19 victory. DJ fell to 4-8 and 1-2 in NWC play with the defeat.

"I am proud that we finished off the match strong," said Bulldog second-year head coach Kyleigh Tabor. "We stressed eliminating errors after the first set."

DJ took set one 25-18 as low-energy Ada committed 13 errors.

Men's soccer win streak at 4 games

The winning streak continues. The Ohio Northern men's soccer team made it four victories in a row Wednesday night, downing Hanover (Ind.) 2-0 at Kerscher Stadium behind a pair of second half goals.

"We take a lot of pride in getting shut outs," interim head coach Chris Matejka said. "Team defense is a big part of what we do. It feels good to get four, and we just want to keep it going."

A big part of that team defense is sophomore goaltender John Lombardo (Solon). He logged two saves Wednesday to earn his fifth shut out of the season and fourth in a row. It has been four years since ONU has shut out four straight opponents. 

Here’s the ONU weekly sports round up

Here is a report of Ohio Northern University fall sport events since Saturday.

Men's soccer
Junior Zach Yoder (Goshen, Ind./Northridge) scored in the 71st minute to lead the Ohio Northern men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory at NAIA foe Huntington (Ind.) on Monday afternoon at King Stadium.

The Polar Bears improve to 4-2-1 with their third consecutive win.

The Foresters, who received votes in the latest NAIA poll, fall to 5-2-1 after seeing their 4-match win streak snapped.

Bulldog kickers run win streak to 6; Poling scores 3

Williams netted a pair of goals and Conley added the other score

By Cort Reynolds
NEW KNOXVILLE - Despite an eight-day layoff, the Ada boys soccer team stayed hot on a warm Tuesday evening at New Knoxville.

The visiting Bulldog boys crushed the non-conference foe Rangers 6-1 to earn their sixth straight victory. Ada has not lost since August 21 at Kenton.

With the win, the Bulldog record improved to 6-2-1.

Junior Jacob Poling tallied another hat trick to pace the onslaught. Senior Skyler Williams netted a pair of goals and Carter Conley added the other score.     

Senior Isaac Spar dished out three assists. Isaac Williams and Andrew Rush each passed out one assist.

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