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Volleyball: Ada crushes Rams

Megan Light 11 kills, 6 digs, 6 aces • Miranda Wills 11 kills, 7 digs, 3 blocks, 3 aces • Kirsten Poling 22 assists, 10 digs, 3 kills, 3 blocks

By Cort Reynolds
McGUFFEY - The visiting Ada volleyball team swept local arch-rival Upper Scioto Valley in a non-conference volleyball match to end the regular season Thursday night on an up note.

Ada won 25-13, 25-16, 25-16 to end the regular season 9-11.  

USV fell to 1-14 with the defeat.
         
Senior middle Megan Light led Ada with 11 kills, six digs and  six aces. Versatile senior Miranda Wills compiled 11 kills, seven digs, three blocks and served three aces. 

Junior setter Kirsten Poling doled out 22 assists and also came up with 10 digs, three kills and three blocks.

OAC announces spring tennis league schedules

The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced its league schedules for men's and women's tennis for the 2021 seasons.

League play will begin against Marietta on March 27, with the regular season ending on May 1.

The OAC Tournament semifinals and finals are slated for May 7-8 at the Lindner Tennis Center in Mason.

As of now, all teams are expected to add non-conference games to their schedules. Those will be posted as they become available.

Times and dates for all competitions are subject to further change due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Check back to ONUSports.com for more details as they become available.

Volleyball: Ada season finale Thursday at USV

NWC leader Lincolnview stops 'Dogs in 3

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada volleyball team played an inspired match but still lost to visiting Northwest Conference power Lincolnview Tuesday on Volley for the Cure night in the Bulldog home season finale.

Ada battled hard but lost 25-14, 25-22, 25-13 to drop the Lady Bulldog overall record to 8-11 overall. They finished 2-6 in NWC play.  

First-place Lincolnview improved to 17-2 and 7-0 in the NWC with the three-set victory.         

Erin Robinson, mother of Ada freshman spiker Daicy Robinson, was recognized as she endures her ongoing battle with breast cancer. A total of $3,822.26 was raised for the cause.

Brenna Hissong first team All-North Central Ohio Soccer Association

HM to girls: Ella Marshall, Lauren Mullins • HM to boys: Jacob Poling, Tyler Jameson, Isaac Williams, Brendan Jamesson

By Cort Reynolds
FINDLAY - Ada senior Brenna Hissong was named first team All-North Central Ohio Soccer Association in voting conducted by the league coaches this week.

The strong-legged center-back is a repeat selection on the first team.

Freshman center-midfielder Ella Marshall and junior wide midfielder Lauren Mullins earned honorable mention NCOSA honors.

Senior Alexis Rickenbacker of 5-0 league champion Liberty-Benton was voted NCOSA female Player of the Year.

The Ada girls finished 1-4 in league play, last in the six-team NCOSA standings.

Ada Youth Wrestling Club sign-ups begin soon

Oct. 20 - Oct. 22 - Oct. 25 • K to 6th grade • Girls and boys

The Ada Youth Wrestling Club will hold wrestling sign-ups on the following evenings:
Tuesday, Oct. 20 - 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 22 - 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 25 - 6:30 -8 p.m

Sign-up in is the Ada wrestling Bbuilding, located in brown building in front of school bus garage.

John McClain, head coach, provided addition details that follow:

This is for children in Kindergarten through 6th grade. All experience levels, from beginner to advanced, are welcome to participate The club accepts boys and girls from Ada and all surrounding communities.

Ella Marshall scores of an assist from Kylie Shafer

Ada beats Delphos Jefferson in girls' soccer 1-0

Bulldog girls blank Jefferson
By Cort Reynolds
DELPHOS - The visiting Ada girls soccer team defeated Delphos Jefferson 1-0 in a defensive Northwest Conference battle Monday evening.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 4-11 overall and 2-4 in the NWC with the regular-season ending win. The Lady Wildcats dropped to 4-9-1 (2-3-1 NWC) with the defeat.

Bulldog Ella Marshall scored the game's lone goal off a long throw-in during the first half. After the in-bounds pass came into play, the ball bounced around and Marshall tapped it into the goal off an assist from Kylie Shafer.

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