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AHS girls basketball bests Perry by 10

Courtney Sumner poured in a season-high 26 points

By Cort Reynolds

The visiting Ada High School girls basketball team defeated Perry 56-46 in a non-conference game Saturday afternoon, December 3.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 2-3 overall with the win. The Commodore girls fell to 2-2 with the defeat.

State qualifiers Baumgartner, Oldfield to pace Ada swim team

Bulldogs dive into competition December 10

By Cort Reynolds

The Ada varsity swim team boasts two standout state qualifiers and five experienced letter winners back this winter for a new coach.

Former Ada district 500 freestyler swimmer Ashley Robey takes over the head coaching reins, with help from her mother Angela and fellow assistant coach Lorna Spar. 

A total of 11 swimmers, including seven girls and four boys, comprise the team roster this winter. 

AHS boys basketball delivers lopsided win vs McComb

Ada boys start 3-0

By Cort Reynolds

Playing at home, the Ada High School boys basketball team soundly defeated McComb 66-45 in their non-conference home opener Saturday night, December 3, to continue a strong start.

Ada improved to 3-0, their best record out of the gate in over a decade, with the one-sided win. The Panthers dropped to 1-1 with the decisive defeat.

Bulldog senior Carter Conley drove and shot his way to a game-high 21 points to pace the rout. Sixth man Jayden Bankston contributed 16 big points off the bench.

AHS girls basketball has rough start vs. Lancers

By Cort Reynolds

Bulldog girls play on the road Saturday and Tuesday

Visiting Lincolnview raced to a 24-0 lead and defeated the Ada High School girls basketball team 51-33 in the Northwest Conference opener Thursday night, December 1.

ONU sports recap, November 26-29

Women’s Basketball wins 53-50 at #8 Trine (Ind.)

ANGOLA, Ind.—Clutch shots from sophomore Abi Akamine (Lahaina, Hawaii/Lahainaluna) and freshman Mackenzie Suprano (Cutler/Waterford) helped the Ohio Northern women's basketball team secure a 53-50 victory over No. 8 Trine (Ind.) on Saturday at the MTI Center.

Bulldog wrestlers seek continued improvement; two girls on roster

Season opens December 3 at Cory-Rawson Duals

By Cort Reynolds

The Ada varsity wrestling program looks to be improved behind a deep sophomore class under veteran head coach/co-athletic director Eric Perkins.

Eight grapplers on the relatively youthful roster are returning lettermen. That experienced group will combine with several newcomers, including two girls, to form a potentially solid squad. 

Ten of the 19 wrestlers on the roster are sophomores, with just one senior on the squad. Five juniors and three freshmen complete the roster.

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