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Plainview Pulls Away From Lady Cougars
09/19/18 -

The Ada High softball team had a hard time slowing the Plainview offense down.

The Lady Indians outscored Ada 6-1 over the final four innings to break open a tight game and outslugged the Lady Cougars 16-10 Monday at the Ada High Softball Complex.

Plainview improved to 13-12 on the year and 6-4 in District 4A-3 play, while Ada dropped to 10-14.

“We fought the whole game,” said Ada head coach Taylor Canida-Henry.

It was Senior Night for the Lady Cougars, who honored Makenzi Marion, Madison Wilson, Dixie Redman and Kaley Watkins after the game.

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Duncan Defeats Cougars
09/18/18 -

Just a week after putting 45 points on the board in a win over a talented Noble club, the Ada High football team couldn’t find the end zone in a disappointing 17-3 loss to No. 10 Duncan Friday night at Norris Field.

The Demons stayed unbeaten at 3-0 on the year and have allowed just one touchdown so far. Ada stumbled to 1-2.

The Cougars had three untimely turnovers and had eight penalties (and a few more that were declined) for 80 yards. Those too seemed to come at the worst of times for the Ada offense.

“Turnovers and penalties (were the difference). We have to clean up our mistakes to put points on the board,” said Ada head coach Chris Berus when asked to compare the Cougar offense from Week 2 to Week 3.

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Lady Cougars Defeat Pauls Valley For 10th Win
09/15/18 -

PAULS VALLEY — It’s been good to have junior Torri Bray back in the Ada High softball lineup.

Bray and teammate Avery Brown had RBI hits in the bottom of the sixth inning, and Ada hung on to a 2-1 win over host Pauls Valley in a Thursday night festival.

The Lady Cougars also dropped an 8-5 loss to Lindsay during the three-way action. However, first-year head coach Taylor Canida-Henry saw her team reach double-digit victories and improve to 10-13 on the season.

“That was a huge milestone this year for the program,” Canida-Henry said.

“My kids have learned how to fight and finish games this year,” she continued. “They have learned how to win again. I’m so proud I can hardly stand it. They’ve bought into what I’m teaching and work their tails off.”

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Ada Cougars Prepare To Battle No. 7 Noble
09/09/18 -

The Ada High football team had to forget about its subpar showing during a Week 1 loss at Ardmore in a hurry.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

The Bears broke a nine-year playoff drought by making the playoffs in 2016, but then they went a step further, beating Bishop Kelley and Ardmore on the road to advance to a somewhat surprising state semifinals berth last fall.

“When the kids showed up Monday, we finished a couple of corrections and started on Noble,” Chris Berus said Wednesday morning.

Noble senior gunslinger Hayden Lingle makes the Bears tick. During the Bears’ 42-21 win over Newcastle last week, Lingle — a preseason All-State candidate — threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns, all in the first half.

“He’s very slick in what he does offensively,” Berus said. “He’s very smooth in the RPO (run-pass option) game. They didn’t run him much in their first ballgame against Newcastle because they didn’t have to. But I think he’s got the ability in their RPO game to hand it off, to keep it and run it or throw the ball.”

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Lone Grove Sweeps Lady Cougars
09/09/18 -

LONE GROVE — Sophomore stud pitcher Emmy Guthrie tossed a five-inning no-hitter to help the host Lone Grove Lady Longhorns shut out Ada 11-0 in the first game of a District 4A-3 doubleheader Tuesday night.

The Lady Longhorns used a repeat performance and also defeated Ada 11-0 in Game 2 to improve to 14-4 on the season. Lone Grove sits atop the district standings with an 8-1 record. Ada fell to 8-14 and 2-7.

“We didn’t even play bad, Lone Grove is just really good,” said Ada head coach Taylor Canida-Henry.

Ada was scheduled to play a makeup game Wednesday at Pauls Valley, but that contest was rained out. The Lady Cougars are now off until a Sept. 11 trip to Holdenville.

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