Friday, May 27, 2016
  • Bulldogs Marshall, Archer compete at regionals
    TIFFIN — Ada senior Carlee Marshall competed in three events on the first day of competition at the Div. III regional track and field meet in Tiffin Wednesday.
  • DELPHOS — Ada sophomore Teyah Sautter was voted first team All-Northwest Conference for softball in voting by league coaches Monday night.
  • BOWLING GREEN — Ada sophomore Zachary Beaschler became just the second Bulldog male to advance to the Div. II state tennis tournament by winning the district title at Bowling Green Saturday.
  • FINDLAY — Talented Ada senior Carlee Marshall captured first in two field event finals and finished second in two sprint races at the 19-team Div. III district track and field meet in Findlay Thursday and Saturday.
  • ADA — The Ada athletic department released a short statement late Friday afternoon announcing the resignation of boys basketball varsity head coach Chris Sautter after 14 seasons at the helm of the program.
  • Marshall wins two events at districts
    FINDLAY — Versatile Ada senior Carlee Marshall captured first in two field event finals and finished at or near the top in two preliminary races at the Div. III district track and field meet in Findlay Thursday.
  • Beaschler advances to district semis
    BOWLING GREEN — Ada sophomore Zachary Beaschler advanced to the Div. II district boys tennis semifinals at Bowling Green with two impressive straight-sets wins Wednesday.
  • DEFIANCE — Ada sophomore Zachary Beaschler made it all the way to the sectional finals at the Div. II boys tennis tournament in Defiance Saturday.
  • ADA — Lady Bulldog senior Carlee Marshall was named Northwest Conference track and field female Athlete of the Year at the league meet held in Ada War Memorial Stadium on a cold and windy Saturday.
  • ADA — Ada hosted perennial power Crestview Saturday with a chance to share the Northwest Conference softball championship for the first time in program history.
  • ADA — Visiting Crestview beat Ada 17-5 in a run-rule shortened makeup baseball game on a cold, windy Saturday to finish the Bulldog Northwest Conference slate and regular season.
  • ADA — Host Ada plated six runs in the sixth inning to pull off a 7-5 comeback win over Columbus Grove in a Northwest Conference baseball contest Friday evening.
  • DEFIANCE - Ada sophomore Zachary Beaschler officially advanced to the Div. III tennis district tournament by winning his quarterfinal match against Derek Zimmerman of Wauseon 6-0, 6-0 Thursday in sectional action at Defiance.
  • Ada senior to play tennis at ONU
    ADA — Ada senior Mackenzie Wills announced Wednesday, May 11 she will attend Ohio Northern University and play tennis for her father, Scott Wills.

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