Sunday, April 26, 2015
  • ADA - The Ada girls softball team lost a pair of 3-1 decisions to visiting Van Buren Saturday. 
  • DOLA - Ada speedster Anney Archer won the 400 meter dash and the Lady Bulldog foursome of Libbie Milks, Katey Stuart, Gabby Linnon and Terra Hunter captured the 1,600 relay to lead the Ada girls to third at the annual 12-team Hardin Northern Invitational Saturday. 
  • DOLA — Hardin Northern pitcher Addy Bame had a masterful game Friday afternoon as the Polar Bears moved to 7-0 in Northwest Central Conference action with a 2-0 win over Ridgemont. 
  • ADA - Host Ada lost a run-rule non-league baseball game to Arlington Friday evening, 11-0. 
  • Myers, Arlington down Lady Bulldogs
    ADA - Visiting Arlington knocked out seven extra base hits, four by Laura Myers, to beat Ada 14-5 in a non-league softball contest Friday evening. 
  • KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Junior Devin Carrand freshman D.J. Gotz had solid pitching outings to lead No. 22-ranked Ohio Northern to a 11-2, 2-0 double header baseball sweep at Kalamazoo (Mich.) Thursday afternoon at Woodworth Field. 
  • MCGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley scored at least a run in every inning Thursday as the Rams claimed a 14-4 win over Lehman Catholic in Northwest Central Catholic softball action. 
  • ARCADIA — Arcadia scored runs in their final two at-bats Thursday to defeat Hardin Northern 2-1 in non-league softball action. 
  • COLUMBUS GROVE - Host Columbus Grove won their baseball battle of the Bulldogs Thursday evening by a 9-2 count in Northwest Conference action. 
  • ADA — Ada Herald Writer Cort Reynolds wrote a piece on the history of the Boston and Cleveland past playoff series. 
  • ONU women's tennis wins OAC regular season title
    COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Northern women's tennis team defeated Capital 8-1 Wednesday afternoon at the Capital University Tennis Courts to win the Ohio Athletic Conference regular season crown. 
  • RIDGEWAY — Hardin Northern’s Brooklyn Watts and Holly Wilson combined to drive in 10 runs Tuesday evening in a 16-4 Northwest Central Conference win over Ridgemont. 
  • ADA - Host Ada came back from an early 6-1 deficit on the strength of two big innings to whip Leipsic 16-6 in varsity softball on a very windy Tuesday evening. 
  • BLUFFTON - Visiting Ada battled hard but dropped a 4-1  boys varsity tennis decision on a windy Tuesday at Bluffton. 

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