Sunday, April 22, 2018
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  • LIMA — The Ohio Northern women's tennis team battled into the late hours of the evening before pulling out a come-from-behind 5-4 victory over Otterbein in a battle of league unbeatens Wednesday evening at the Westwood Tennis & Fitness Center.
  • ADA — The Ada boys and girls track teams each finished second in a three-team home meet Wednesday evening at War Memorial Stadium.
  • CONVOY — The visiting Ada baseball team lost 12-0 at league-leading Crestview Thursday evening in a shortened Northwest Conference contest.
  • CONVOY — The visiting Ada softball team lost 8-2 at Crestview in a key Northwest Conference softball contest Thursday evening.
  • DOLA — The visiting Ada softball team rallied from an early deficit to blast county rival Hardin Northern 17-4 Wednesday evening in a non-league makeup game.
  • LIMA — The Ada boys tennis team won its closest match of the spring so far 3-2 over Elida indoors at Westwood Monday night.
  • Sumner signs with Pitt
    ADA — Ada senior Chase Sumner signed a letter of intent to wrestle at the University of Pittsburgh Monday morning at the high school gym.
  • McGUFFEY — The visiting Ada baseball team outslugged backyard arch-rival USV 20-16 in a game originally suspended by darkness in the seventh inning on an unseasonably warm Friday evening.
  • DELAWARE — Senior Matt Molinaro (Sterling Heights, Mich./DeLaSalle) posted the lone first place finish to lead the Ohio Northern men's outdoor track and field team as it competed at the All-Ohio Championships at Gauthier Track on Saturday.
  • DELAWARE — Junior Maddy Reed (Piketon) tied her own All-Ohio meet record in the pole vault and won the event, while sophomore Taylor Lavey (New Baltimore, Mich./Findlay) broke her own school record in the 100-meter dash to lead the No. 10-ranked Ohio Northern women's outdoor track and field team at the 2018 All-Ohio Championships at Gauthier Track.
  • BEREA — The Ohio Northern men's lacrosse team moved into sole possession of first place in the Ohio Athletic Conference with an impressive 16-4 victory at Baldwin Wallace in a battle of league unbeatens on Saturday afternoon at Finnie Stadium.
  • ADA — Freshman Sydney Skelding (Dublin, Calif.) scored her fourth consecutive hat trick to lead the Ohio Northern women's lacrosse team in an 18-9 loss to Baldwin Wallace on a rainy Saturday afternoon at Dial-Roberson Stadium.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — The Ada boys track team finished fifth and the purple and gold girls came in ninth at the annual 12-team Columbus Grove Bulldog Invitational Friday evening.
  • Bulldog netmen stay unbeaten, sweep Harding
    ADA — The Ada boys tennis team swept visiting Marion Harding 5-0 in a battle of previously unbeaten teams on a warm and windy Friday evening.
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