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BHS grad at ONU on women's lacrosse squad

By Monty Siekerman
Kylee Barnett stands ready to play lacrosse Saturday afternoon at Dial-Roberson Stadium, but she did not score, nor did any member of either team because the officials did not show up.

The game against Olivet was postponed to another day. This was to be the inaugural game for women's intercollegiate lacrosse at ONU. The next home game is scheduled for 1 p.m., March 6, against Keuka, N.Y.

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Pirates earn shot at LCC in Thursday's district opener

Bluffton High School boys’ basketball team roared out of the Division III sectional with two impressive wins.
 
6th seed - Bluffton 99
9th seed – Carey 34
 
6th seed – Bluffton 60
3rd seed – Coldwater 59
 
Here’s a summary of this week’s district tournament:
 
Playing at Lima Senior, Thursday, March 3, 6:15 p.m.
2nd seed – Spencerville vs. 5th seed Wayne Trace
 
8 p.m. contest

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Bluffton Pirates advance to districts after shocking Coldwater 60-59

Bluffton High School boys’ avenged a history of tournament losses to Coldwater tonight (Feb. 25).
 
Playing in the underdog role, the Pirates defeated Coldwater 60-59 on a game-winning 3-pointer by Joel Siefker. The game was at the Elida Fieldhouse.
 
The win moves Bluffton to the district tournament next week. Watch the Icon for more game details.
 

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Five Pirates receive all-NWC honors

Five Bluffton High School boys' senior basketball players received honorable mention listing on the all-Northwest Conference team announced earlier this week.

Honored were:
• Mitchell Ault
• Nick Friesen
• Joel Siefker
• Joe Schriner
• Brett Rumer

An attachment lists final NWC standings and first and second player players.

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Koenig and Parkins all-NWC girls' first team

Two Bluffton High School girls' basketball player, both underclassmen, were named first team all-Northwest Conference, as voting was recently completed by league coaches.

Alivia Koenig, freshman, and Abbie Parkins, junior, were named to the first team. In addition, another underclassman, Andie Schmutz, junior, was named honorable mention.

Bluffton finished third in the NWC with a 6-2 record. The team, loaded with underclassmen, went 15-6 overall.

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Kylee Barnett on ONU women's lacrosse team

Kylee Barnett, Bluffton High School graduate, is a member of the Ohio Northern University women’s lacrosse team this spring.
 
Barnett is a junior at ONU majoring in exercise physiology. She will play defense on the team.
 
This is the inaugural season for women’s lacrosse at ONU. The first game is in Ada, at 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 27. ONU takes o.n Olivet
 

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Bluffton boys' face Carey in tourney opener at Elida

Bluffton High School boys' basketball team are in the Division III Lima Senior District tournament. Here's their sectional pairings:

At Elida
Wednesday, Feb. 24
(10) Parkway vs. (11) Riverdale, 6:15 p.m.
(9) Carey vs. (6) Bluffton, 8 p.m.

Sectional Finals
Friday, Feb. 26
(1) Lima Central Catholic vs. Parkway/Riverdale winner, 6:15 p.m.
(3) Coldwater vs. Carey/Bluffton winner, 8 p.m.

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Pirate wrestlers runner-up in NWC event; BHS has four individual champs

Bluffton High School wrestlers finished second in the Northwest Conference wrestling championship held this past weekend at Paulding. BHS scored 243 points behind champ Dephos Jefferson with 271 points.

The Pirates led the way with four individual champions and three are underclassmen. Jefferson and Allen East each had three.

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Beavers compete at Joe Banks Invitational

Karen Brandt, Bluffton University track and field coach, and Jason Fisher, a Bluffton grad and now throwing coach, advise team members during the Joe Banks Invitational held at Ohio Northern on Saturday. (Monty Siekerman photo for Ada Icon)

 

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Girls' bball: Bluffton pulls away from Ada in second half

Bluffton girls' basketball team stopped Ada 48 to 35 at home tonight. The Pirates are 14-5 (6-1). Ada moves to 12-7 (4-3).

Box score in the attachment.

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