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Cougars And Tuttle Meet In Big District Contest
10/12/17 -

The 10th-ranked Ada Cougars have a BIG game with tradition-rich Tuttle Friday night in more ways that one.

Kickoff for that contest is set for 7:30 p.m. at Bill Hinkle Field.

The outcome of the game will have huge implications on what currently looks like a four-way race to the District 4A-2 crown among the Cougars, Tigers, No. 4 Blanchard and No. 8 Bethany. Coincidentally, Blanchard and Bethany also tangle Friday night.

Ada is 4-2 overall and 3-0 in the district. Tuttle is 3-3 and 2-1, Blanchard is 6-0 and 3-0 and Bethany is 5-1 and 2-1.

“We’re going to know a lot about our district after Friday night. It’s what makes Oklahoma football special in October — playing games like this,” said Ada head coach Chris Berus. “It’s going to be a great environment.”

The other big thing about Friday’s matchup in Tuttle is the Tigers’ massive offensive line. They’re really big, anchored by senior Oklahoma State commit Hunter Anthony, who is listed at 6-7, 325 but, according to some folks, looks even bigger than that in person.

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Cougars Move To 3-0 In District Play!
10/10/17 -

Quarterback Jackson McFarlane made sure the Ada Cougars and their fans had a happy Homecoming.

McFarlane threw for three touchdowns and rushed for three more to lead Ada to a dominant 47-19 win over Tecumseh Friday night at Norris Field.

Ada improved to 4-2 overall with its fourth straight win and is off to a 3-0 start in District 4A-2 play. Tecumseh fell to 3-3 and 1-2.

McFarlane’s impressive numbers were as follows: 10 rushes for 152 yards and 10-of-15 through the air for 163 more yards.

He set the tone when the ever-improving Ada offensive line parted the Red Sea on the Cougars’ first offensive play. McFarlane darted through the gap and bolted 54 yards untouched to the end zone. His PAT kick made it 7-0 at the 9:52 point of the first quarter.

“It was a great hole with great execution of the fake. He saw that seam and hit it like a champ,” said Ada head coach Chris Berus.

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Welcome Back Alumni!
10/06/17 - The administration, faculty, staff, and students welcome back all of our alumni. Thank you for sharing your time with us! Please join in all of the fun activities planned for tonight.
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Homecoming Is Here!
10/05/17 -

The Ada Cougars, at times, weren’t very pretty during a 16-4 road win over Cleveland last weekend.

Head coach Chris Berus hopes his 10th-ranked Cougars put on a better show during their District 4A-2 battle with Tecumseh before what is expected to be a big Homecoming crowd. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday at Norris Field.

Tecumseh carries a 3-2 overall record into the Week 6 matchup and is 1-1 in the district. In their three victories — over Bethel, McLoud and Tulsa Central — the Savages have run wild, scoring a combined 151 points.

“They’re in the (playoff) mix. They’re coming here to continue their journey to set themselves up to go to the playoffs. You can tell they have a passion and zeal about them that comes from their head coach,” Berus said. “Their quarterback is a really good runner, and he throws the ball effectively when they want to. They just want to ground and pound it. They just want to run the football.”

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Cougs Win 16-4 Over Cleveland
10/03/17 -

CLEVELAND — The Ada High football team survived well over a football field’s worth of penalties and a sputtering offense for an odd 16-4 win over host Cleveland Friday night at Billy Vessels Memorial Stadium.

The win moved Ada over the .500 mark for the first time this season at 3-2, while Cleveland dropped to an identical 3-2. Ada is now 2-0 in District 4A-2 play, while the Tigers stand at 1-1.

“An ugly win’s always better than a pretty loss. There was nothing really pretty about it, but we figured it out,” Ada head coach Chris Berus told The Ada News following the victory. “We did what we had to do to make the plays to go win. At times (Cleveland) got in the red zone, and the kids were making plays when they needed to make plays.”

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