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March 6, 2021
 

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Big Green out-muscles Ada boys 

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada boys basketball team fell behind big early and lost 56-23 to visiting powerhouse Ottoville in the Bulldog home opener Saturday night.

The purple and gold dropped to 0-4 with the loss, while the Big Green improved to 3-0 with the lopsided victory.

Ottoville scored the first eight points of the game, with four each by big men Ryan Suever and Josh Thorbahn, and was never threatened.

"We knew they would press hard and be physical but it is hard to simulate that in practice," said Ada head coach Jon Cook. "Our kids competed with as much effort as they can give."

Meet the cheerleaders

The Ada High School varsity basketball cheerleaders, from left: Madison Park, Tori Green, Barrette Jones, Molly Zimmerman and Madison Deatherage-Nau. (Cort Reynolds photo)
 

Ada matmen open at Cory duals

Bulldogs defeat Cory-Rawson and Lima Senior

By Cort Reynolds
RAWSON - The Ada wrestling team opened its season at the annual Cory-Rawson Duals Saturday.

The Bulldogs finished fourth out of six teams with a 2-3 dual meet record at the competition. 

Archbold won the team title with a 5-0 dual record, followed by Van Buren (4-1), Delphos Jefferson (3-2), Ada, Cory-Rawson (1-4) and Lima Senior (0-5).

Carson Meyer, a 182-pounder from Archbold, was voted the Most Valuable Wrestler at the meet.

Ada beat host C-R 36-30; lost to Archbold 36-21; lost to Delphos Jefferson 36-30; defeated Lima Senior 36-18; and lost to Van Buren 54-30.

Bulldog boys downed at Bath

By Cort Reynolds
BATH - The visiting Ada boys basketball team lost 69-37 to Bath in a Friday night non-league hoop contest.

The Bulldogs dropped to 0-3 with the loss, while Bath improved to 2-1 with the victory.

The Wildcats were ahead 23-16 behind nine points from Andrew Stahr in a high-scoring first period. Bulldog Ethan Murphy scored all seven of his points in the opening stanza to help Ada stay within striking distance.

Bath extended the margin to 12 in the second period before Ada rallied to within 29-22.

Ada girls sink Commodores by 20

"Our defensive effort won the game," said Bulldog third-year head coach Morgan Bass

By Cort Reynolds
CRIDERSVILLE - The visiting Ada girls basketball team dominated the middle quarters to beat Perry 55-35 Saturday afternoon in a non-league tilt.

The Lady Bulldogs outscored the Commodores 36-19 over the seocnd and third periods to earn their first win this season.

Junior guard Kirsten Poling and sophomore playmaker Courtney Sumner each scored 14 points to lead Ada. Senior Alexis Waugh also tallied 11 points ot give the Bulldogs three teams in double figures.

The purple and gold improved to 1-2 with the victory. Perry fell to 1-1 with the defeat. 

Ada girls swamped in NWC opener

'Dogs visit Perry in its first road game early Saturday afternoon

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The host Ada girls basketball team fell behind big out of the gate and lost convincingly 54-15 to Columbus Grove in the Northwest Conference opener Thursday night.

The purple and gold dropped to 0-2 (0-1 NWC) after the defeat. Defending league champion Grove improved to 2-2 (1-0 NWC) with their second straight victory.

CG used a sticky fullcourt zone press to help force eight Ada turnovers on their first nine possessions. The visitors capitalized on the miscues to race to a 16-0 lead, and were never threatened.

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