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March 6, 2021
 

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Update on Polar Bear athletics

Men's basketball • Women's basketball • Men's lacrosse

Here's an update on recent ONU athletic contests.

Sophomore C.J. Napier (Miamisburg/Bishop Fenwick) recorded his fifth double-double of the season as the Ohio Northern Men's Basketball team fell 90-77 against No.9 Marietta Friday night at the ONU Sports Center.

ONU drops to 3-5 overall and 3-5 in the Ohio Athletic Conference, while MC improves to 8-1, 8-1.

The Polar Bears were led by Napier with 25 points and 11 rebounds. 

Sophomore Landen Long (Mason) added 13 points and freshman Carson Conley (Newark/Licking Valley) scored 11 points off the bench.

Ada HS standout Chase Sumner named to All-OAC wrestling squad

Sumner is ranked No. 5 nationally at 149 pounds and finished the abbreviated 2021 season with a perfect 4-0 record

Ada High School graduate Chase Sumner, an Ohio Northern sophomore, along with teammate Ben DePrest (Louisville, Ky./Saint Xavier) were named All-Ohio Athletic Conference in wrestling for the 2020-21 season in voting conducted by the league's eight head coaches.

Sumner is ranked No. 5 nationally at 149 pounds and finished the abbreviated 2021 season with a perfect 4-0 record. He also had two pins and a tech fall in those four victories.

He is 41-6 with 13 pins and 4 tech falls in his two seasons as a Polar Bear.

DePrest had a breakout year in 2021, going 3-1 with one pin and a major decision at heavyweight after wrestling at 184 and 197 as a freshman a year ago.

Hardin County 4-H season includes in-person club meetings

Note to Ada area 4-H leaders: Please send 4-H information to info@adaicon.com We have a page devoted to 4-H and want to provide as much information as we can.

Hardin County 4-H is ready to kick off the 2021 season with in-person club meetings. 

Ohio State University Extension has released that 4-H clubs may meet in person in 2021 if they follow all the health guidelines from both OSU and their local county health department. 

These guidelines include:
• All members, volunteers, and guests wear masks at all times (indoors and outdoors)

OhioHealth vaccine clinic Saturday

Call for an appointment now

Due to increased vaccine supply within the state of Ohio, OhioHealth will hold a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, March 6 with over 250 vaccine appointments available. 

The clinic will be held at the OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care office in Kenton at 75 Washington Blvd,, Suite 103, in the medical building. This clinic is being held in addition to the weekday appointments. 

People 65 and older, or with qualifying medical conditions, can schedule by calling the OhioHealth COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline weekdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at (614) 533.6999 or through OhioHealth MyChart if they have been notified.

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Edward Jones: Resilience key to meeting financial goals

What is your specific goal? What obstacle do you face in achieving this goal? How can you overcome this obstacle?

By Ryan DeMarco
Edward Jones financial advisor
567-226-4506, 111 N. Main St., Bluffton

You can demonstrate this resilience by answering these questions: What is your specific goal? What obstacle do you face in achieving this goal? How can you overcome this obstacle?

Here are some examples of how this resiliency process works:

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