Home
It's where Ada gets its news!
May 26, 2020
 

You are here

Sports

Here come the 2013-14 Ada Bulldogs - camps that is

School is out this week. That means summer sports camps are next on the calendar for Ada High School athletes. Here’s the summer sports camp schedule:

Ada Bulldog Football Camp
June 3-5
9 a.m. to noon
Open to students in grades 9-12 starting fall of 2013.
Coordinated by Ada HS football staff

Football 7-on-7
July 5 – Lineman challenge, 9 a.m.
July 9 – ONU, 10 a.m.
July 17 – At Defiance, 6:30 p.m.
July 19 – Liberty Benton tourney, 5 p.m.

Football Two-a-days
Aug. 5-14

Cody Lovejoy named Capital One Academic All-District

By Andrew Korba

Sophomore wrestler Cody Lovejoy has been named Capital One At-Large Academic All-District 7, as voted on by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Lovejoy, a pharmacy major, will now move on to the national ballot, with All-Americans due to be announced later in the month.

Earlier this year, Lovejoy was honored at the NCAA III Championships with the Elite 89 award, which is given to the student-athlete with the highest GPA at the championships site.

He went 32-13 on the season and led the team with 17 pins.

Lovejoy also qualified for the NCAA III Wrestling Championships at 285 pounds.

Proposed OHSAA tournament division changes vote fails

Seven of the nine proposed Ohio High School Athletic Association constitution and bylaw revisions passed as voted upon by OHSAA member schools, Commissioner Daniel B. Ross, Ph.D., has announced. Highlighting the voting was approval of a significant change to the transfer bylaw, but a proposal to change how schools are placed into their tournament divisions for team sports failed for the third consecutive year. Overall, changes were approved to two constitution items and five bylaw items.
                  

Tuma and Corbean lead six Polar Bears named All-OAC in Women's Tennis

By Andrew Korba

Junior Michelle Tuma and freshmanChristina Corbean were named First Team All-OAC in women's tennis, in voting conducted by the league's 10 head coaches.

In addition, freshman Meghan Letizia and sophomore Brittany Miller were named Second Team All-OAC and freshmanRachael Miller and Taryn Stromback both earned Honorable Mention All-OAC accolades.

Tuma earns her third consecutive First Team All-OAC honor.

This season, she posted 43 wins and won her 100th career victory on April 13 against Mount Union.

Corbean posted 17 singles wins this season and also 32 overall victories.

Five named All-OAC in Men's Tennis; Rohan named OAC Coach of the Year

 

By Andrew Korba

Five member of the Ohio Northern men's tennis team were named All-OAC in voting done by the league's head coaches.

Senior Joey Frank and junior Do Thaiearned First Team All-OAC status, juniorJosh Saunders was named Second Team All-OAC and freshman John Mostowy and junior Blake Troller both earned Honorable Mention All-OAC status.

In addition, head coach Bob Rohan was named OAC Coach of the Year for the third time.

Frank earns his fourth straight First Team All-OAC honor, after going 37-17 on the season, including a 15-3 mark in OAC play.

Football rolls to 43-0 victory over University College Dublin All-Star team in International Friendly

By Tim Glon

Ohio Northern rolled to a 43-0 victory in an "American Football International Friendly" over the Univerisity College Dublin All-Stars on Wednesday evening on the UCD campus.

The Polar Bears improve to 3-0 in international competition after winning 77-0 in Germany in 2007 and 63-6 in Italy in 2010.

The UCD squad consisted of a composition of players from several area teams from the major american football league in Ireland, NFL-Ireland. The teams played 12 miniutes quarters and the offense could opt for a 40-yard automatic punt on fourth down, if desired.

Pages