Sunday, September 21, 2014
  • ADA - Missed opportunities and a few costly turnovers hurt Ada in a 35-21 shootout loss to visiting Fort Loramie in a non-league grid battle Friday night. 
  • ADA — Ohio Northern University will dedicate its newly renovated track and field and soccer complex as “Kerscher Stadium” prior to the ONU men’s soccer game against Case Western University on Saturday, Sept. 20, at approximately 6:45 p.m.

  • ADA - Ada junior Cole East scored a school-record six goals to lead the Bulldogs past visiting Tiffin Calvert 12-2 Thursday evening. 
  • HARROD - The Allen East boys golf team finished second to Bluffton as the Northwest Conference golf tournament was held Thursday. 
  • HARROD - The Ada volleyball team remained unbeaten and first in the Northwest Conference race with a 25-7, 25-16, 25-13 sweep at local rival Allen East Thursday night. 
  • KENTON - For the second time this season, the Kenton girls tennis team nipped county rival Ada by a 3-2 score Wednesday evening. 
  • RAWSON - Host Cory-Rawson broke open a scoreless halftime tie with three goals to defeat Ada 3-0 in girls soccer action Wednesday evening. 
  • ADA - Cole East netted three goals to lead the Ada boys soccer team to a 6-2 win over visiting Lincolnview Tuesday evening. 
  • DELPHOS - The Ada girls volleyball team stayed undefeated atop the Northwest Conference standings with a sweep at Delphos Jefferson Tuesday night. 
  • ADA - The Ada girls tennis team defeated visiting St. Marys 3-2 Tuesday evening. 
  • DELPHOS - Host Delphos Jefferson broke away from a tie by scoring four of the last five goals to beat spunky Ada 5-2 in a girls soccer match Monday evening. 
  • DELPHOS — The Allen East golf team finished fifth at the Delphos Country Club Invitational Saturday. 
  • GALION - Colonel Crawford won the 23-team Galion Festival boys team title Saturday, defeating Liberty Center 58-77. 
  • ADA - Visiting Columbus Grove broke a fourth period tie on a kickoff return for a touchdown, then added another score on a long run to pull away late and defeat Ada 31-17 in a Northwest Conference grid battle played on an unseasonably cool Friday night. 
  • ADA — The Ohio Northern women's tennis team opened up its season with a 8-1 victory over St. Francis (Ind.) Thursday evening at the University Courts.


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