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September 26, 2020

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Slade Gossman, Melia Santillanez junior fair winners

Two members of the Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H Club were winners in the Hardin County Junior Fair judging.

• Slade Gossman received best of show poultry champion
• Melia Santillanez received best of show reserve champion 

Ada 4-H leaders may submit list of winners to info@adaicon.com.

Bulldog runners take significant time off previous season-best

AHS harriers run at Grove Invitational

By Cort Reynolds
COLUMBUS GROVE - The Ada cross country teams competed at the annual 45-team Columbus Grove Invitational last Saturday at Clymer Stadium. 

All six Bulldog runners took significant time off their previous season-best times.

Ada junior Riley Ferguson finished 55th out of 86 runners to pace the Bulldog boys in the red division race. He covered 3.1 miles in a season-best 20:59.15.

Bulldog sophomore Robby Waters ended up 70th in a time of 22:35.73. Classmate Connor Daugherty came in 77th in 23:57.01.

Jacob Poling scores 4 times; Carter Conley scores 2 times in win

Ada soccer boys crush Paulding 6-1

By Cort Reynolds
ADA - The Ada boys soccer team whipped visiting Paulding 6-1 in a conference mismatch on a warm Tuesday evening at the park field.

The lopsided victory upped the Bulldog boys record to 3-2 overall and 2-0 in the Northwest Conference. Paulding fell to 0-4 and 0-1 in the NWC with the defeat.

Ada senior forward Jacob Poling scored four goals to pace the Bulldog attack. Sophomore Carter Conley netted a pair of goals. 

The Bulldogs led 6-1 at intermission following the high-scoring first half of play.

Poling and freshmen Carson Gossard, Drew Long and Colton Long each dished out one assist.

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U.S. 68 reopens in Arlington

The opening of U.S. 68 within the village of Arlington occurred quietly Saturday morning, Sept. 5, ending the four-month closure to complete the two remaining phases the roadway reconstruction project.

The project includes curb and gutter, drainage and storm sewer from the south corporation limit to Liberty Street; and from Buck Run to just north of Wardwell Street.

The village and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) completed phase 1 in 2018 when the roadway between Liberty Street and Buck Run was reconstructed.

Fog closes Ada schools

An early-morning fog initially caused Ada schools with a two-hour delay. Then at 8:42 a.m. the schools announced that classes were cancelled for the day (Wednesday, Sept. 9). The announcement was made on Ohio Alerts.