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Ada Soccer Association signups underway

New website and Facebook will share additional information

Fall youth soccer registration opened online on June 1 and will continue through June 30, according to the Ada Soccer Association. Late registration will run from July 1 - 9, and a non-refundable fee will also be added at that time.

To register, you must have a certified copy of your child's birth certificate at the time of registration if this is their first time playing. Copies can be purchased at the county health department in which the child was born.

Coaches can also register when they register a child. Click the link that says "Register Team Staff/Volunteer."

Bulldog Grose 7th in regional hurdles

By Cort Reynolds

Several Ada track and field team members competed in the Div. III region 10 meet Wednesday and Friday at Port Clinton.

Sophomore Julian Grose finished seventh in the boys 300-meter hurdle finals to post the top Ada finish after coming in sixth in preliminary heats Wednesday.

Grose tallied the two points Ada scored in the meet.

Lady Bulldog junior Courtney Sumner ended up 12th in the girls long jump finals Friday with a best leap of 14-11.25.

Ada High School baseball special awards

Coach Campbell: Our young team learned how to compete

By Cort Reynolds

The Ada High School varsity baseball team recently handed out its 2022 post-season awards.

The special award winners are:

Captain's award - Kadin Phipps and Tyler Jameson

Pitcher of the Year - Kadin Phipps

Offensive Player of the Year - Roman Snyder

Rookie of the Year - Levi Green

Bulldog award - Tyler Jameson

"The 2022 season was a season of big ups and downs," said veteran Ada head coach Jason Campbell. "This was a young team, and we learned how to compete.   

Bulldog Sumner, Grose and 2 Ada relays qualify for regionals

CORRECTION: The original version of this article did not include information about Julian Grose qualifying for regionals in the 300 hurdles.

By Cort Reynolds

The Ada High School track and field teams hosted the Div. III district meet on warm days Thursday, May 19, and Saturday, May 21, at War Memorial Stadium.

The Ada girls finished 10th of 18 teams, while the Bulldog boys ended up 12th out of 15 squads. 

Columbus Grove won the boys team title with Bluffton coming in second. Kalida captured the girls crown in a close battle with Van Buren.

Bassitt is 1st team All-NWC softball; honors to Sizemore, Robinson, Sndyer, Southerly

By Cort Reynolds

SOFTBALL

Ada freshman standout Jenna Bassitt was voted first team All-Northwest Conference in softball at the league meeting by the coaches in Delphos Monday evening, May 16.

Leadoff hitter Bassitt led Ada in batting average (.519). She also topped the team in on-base percentage (.576), runs scored (19), stolen bases (15) and hits (27). She added five doubles, two triples and one home run. 

Bassitt won all five games pitching that Ada (5-14, 2-6 NWC) captured. She also led the team in strikeouts, innings pitched and complete games.

Chance to cheer on Ada Soccer at Bluffton tournament, May 20-21-22

The Ada Soccer Association issued a reminder that there are U12 and U15 tournament games at Bluffton University on May 20 and 21:

"All of our teams in those ages have had good seasons and could potentially do very well at the tournament. Support from the Ada fans would be appreciated. As of right now, these are the games [we] know about:

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