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Brown wins high school district hurdles title

By Cort Reynolds

ADA __ The Ada High School boys track and field team finished a solid eighth at the district Div. III meet Saturday, May 18, at War Memorial Stadium.

Bulldog senior Jackson Brown won the 110-meter high hurdles to qualify for the regional meet in Fostoria.

A top-four finish in an event at districts qualifies an athlete to regionals.

Columbus Grove won the boys team title with 118 points, followed by Bluffton with 99. Ada tallied 43 points.

The Ada boys 4 x 100 relay team of Logan Jolliff, Trevor McGue, Brown and Gavin Oldfield finished a strong second to make it to Fostoria.

The Lady Bulldogs came in seventh with 18 points. Grove was second with 123.

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Four Bulldogs named to All-NWC softball teams and HM

Bassitt 3-repeats as 1st team All-NWC; Wagner 1st team; McClain, Griffith make 2nd team; Preston, Robinson HM

By Cort Reynolds

Ada junior Jenna Bassitt was named first team All-Northwest Conference in softball for the third straight year in voting conducted recently by the league coaches.

Williams finishes tennis season at districts

By Cort Reynolds

PORT CLINTON – Ada junior Nathan Williams competed hard but lost in the first round of the Div. II district tournament Thursday at Port Clinton.

AHS softball beats Grove, sets record for wins

Above) The 2023-2024 AHS softball team celebrates its record season

Ada Bulldogs finish 2nd in final NWC season

By Cort Reynolds

COLUMBUS GROVE __  In its season finale on May 16, the Ada High School girls softball team won decisively 7-1 at Columbus Grove to set the program single-season record for victories and also finish 7-1 for the second straight year in Northwest Conference play.

Ohio Northern women win OAC All-Sports Trophy

Cole Zaferakis, Grace Honigford win Clyde Lamb Awards; Wilson named Female Administrator of the Year

By Tim Glon
www.onusports.com

The Ohio Northern women won the 2023-24 Ohio Athletic Conference All-Sports Trophy, while the ONU men finished third, the league office announced Monday night at the 40th annual Clyde Lamb Awards banquet at Otterbein.

Bulldog baseball edged by Rockets in sectionals

By Cort Reynolds

PANDORA __ The visiting Ada High School baseball team lost a 3-1 pitcher’s duel to Pandora-Gilboa in the Div. IV sectional semifinals Wednesday evening, May 15.

The game was postponed from Tuesday.

P-G scored first in the bottom of the second, but Ada tied it one-all by plating its lone run in the top of the third.

Junior shortstop Levi Green tallied the Bulldog run that knotted it up, 1-1. 

The Rockets regained the lead with a run in the home third, then added an insurance run in the fifth to go ahead 3-1. The hosts held Ada scoreless over the final four innings despite being out-hit, 9-6.

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