Monday, May 04, 2015
 
  • MASON -- Senior Michelle Tuma clinched the match with a win at No. 1 singles as Ohio Northern defeated John Carroll 5-2 in the championship match of the 2015 Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Tournament on Saturday afternoon at the Lindner Tennis Center. 
  • TIFFIN — Ohio Northern softball, led by freshman pitcher Kirsten Lightel, defeated top-seeded Heidelberg in the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament 6-3 Saturday afternoon at Frann's Field to continue its tournament run. 
  • TIFFIN — The No. 20-ranked Ohio Northern baseball team concluded its regular season with a double header split at No. 6-ranked Heidelberg Saturday afternoon falling in Game 1, 8-1 and winning Game 2, 5-4 at Peaceful Valley. 
  • Lancers edge Ada boys
    ADA - Visiting Lincolnview scored two runs in the top of the seventh to rally and nip Ada 9-8 in a Northwest Conference makeup baseball battle Friday evening. 
  • McGUFFEY - The Ada girls track and field team finished a strong second at the nine-school USV Invitational in McGuffey Thursday. 
  • MIDDLE POINT — Allen East jumped out to a 9-0 lead during Thursday Northwest Conference game at Lincolnview, but then had to hold on for dear life as the Lancers stormed back before eventually settling on a 12-11 Mustang win.

     
  • MIDDLE POINT — In the Northwest Conference softball race, Crestview got a little help from its cross-county rivals on Thursday, as Lincolnview knocked Allen East from the ranks of the unbeatens in conference play with a 3-2 win.

     
  • CONVOY - Northwest Conference leader Crestview shut out visiting Ada 15-0 in a baseball outing Thursday evening. 
  • CONVOY - The Ada girls softball team battled well but ended up on the short end of a 9-6 score at perennial Northwest Conference power Crestview Thursday evening. 
  • LIMA — Hardin Northern's Michaela Curtis scattered six hits Wednesday in leading the Polar Bears to a 16-0 non-league win at Lima Central Catholic. 
  • ADA — Senior Dan Belliveau and junior Nick Eltzroth each reached individual milestones and the No. 20-ranked Ohio Northern baseball team picked up a big win for its program with a 3-1 victory over No. 7-ranked Wooster on Tuesday at Wander Field. 
  • Ada boy netters fall to Bath
    ADA - The Ada boys tennis team hosted its first and only home match of the season since re-starting the program vs. Bath Wednesday evening at the park courts. 
  • ADA - Host Ada suffered only its second shutout this season 6-0 at the hands of county foe Kenton Wednesday evening in a non-league softball match. 
  • ADA - Visiting Kenton defeated Ada 12-5 in a Hardin County rivalry baseball non-league game Wednesday evening. 
  • VANLUE — Allean East scored three times in the top of the seventh Tuesday as they rallied for a 6-4 non-league win at Vanlue. 

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