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Tigers Claw Past Cougars
01/12/21 -

Ada sophomore Jack Morris scored a game-high 20 points but it wasn\'t enough as the Cougars dropped a 64-57 to old rival Ardmore Saturday in the third-place contest at the East Central Oklahoma Classic.

The Cougars, ranked No. 4 in Class 4A, lost two games in a row for the first time all season, falling to 7-3. Ardmore, the No. 19 team in Class 5A, improved to 3-4.

Ardmore jumped out to leads of 21-16 after the first quarter and 41-34 by halftime.

Ada closed within 51-46 heading into the fourth period but couldn\'t complete the comeback.

Morris hit a trio of 3-pointers for Ada. David Johnson also hit double figures with 14, while Kaden Cooper, Camryn Reed and Josh Hughes all chipped in seven points apiece.

The Tigers got 19 points from Dagaryan Coleman and 17 from Jordyn Brown.

Both Ada teams are now off until Seminole visits the Cougar Activity Center on Friday.

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Ada Win Chickasaw Nation ECOC Championship
01/12/21 -

The Ada High girls basketball team dug in defensively Saturday night against Westmoore in the finals of the 2021 East Central Oklahoma Classic.

The Lady Cougars limited Westmoore to single-digit scoring in each of the first three quarters en route to a 38-29 victory over the Lady Jaguars.

Coach Christie Jennings, ranked No. 12 in Class 4A, saw her squad improve to 8-5 while Class 6A Westmoore dropped to 3-6. Westmoore had defeated Ada 53-47 in overtime in last month\'s 2020 Cougar Christmas Classic.

"It was a great three days of basketball for us. We faced some adversity going into this tournament," Jennings said.

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OKC Storm Thunders Past Cougars
01/12/21 -

The Ada High boys basketball team couldn’t overcome a cold third quarter in a 48-40 loss to the Oklahoma City Storm in a semifinal game Friday at the East Central Oklahoma Classic.

Ada led 26-22 at halftime, but the Storm used a 15-2 run to start the third period and storm to a 37-28 lead.

“I thought we fought hard throughout the game. We had some really good open shots and just did not get them to go down, especially in the third quarter,” said Ada first-year head coach Kyle Caufield. “You have to give the Storm credit. They competed hard and made some big shots and plays down the stretch to win the game.”

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Free Throws Push Lady Cougars Past Ardmore
01/12/21 -

Ada High girls basketball head coach Christie Jennings couldn’t have stressed more that her team needed to get to the free-throw line more — especially during home games.

Message received.

The Lady Cougars sank 28-of-33 free throws to make up for a cold-shooting night from the floor in a 63-47 win over old rival Ardmore Friday night in a semifinal matchup at the 2021 East Central Oklahoma Classic.

“We told our kids at the beginning of the week there were three things we needed to get better at this week. We wanted to quit giving up so many offensive rebounds. We’re going to quit having stupid turnovers. And the biggest thing was we’re going to get to the free-throw line because we’re great free-throw shooters,” Jennings said.

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Cougars Soar Past Harrah
01/12/21 -

The Ada High boys basketball team put together a strong defensive performance in a 60-33 win over Harrah in the first round of the East Central Oklahoma Class boys bracket.

The Cougars, ranked No. 4 in Class 4A, improved to 7-1 on the year, while Harrah stumbled to 1-5.

“Last night was one of the best defensive performances of the season for our club from start to finish,” said Ada boys head coach Kyle Caufield. “I thought we did a great job of rebounding and playing with great energy all night. Offensively, I thought we had good movement and attacked the paint area well.”

Ada led just 14-8 after the first quarter but outscored Harrah 23-8 in the second period to race to a 37-16 halftime edge.

Kaden Cooper hit a pair of 3-pointers and led the Ada charge with 24 points. Jack Morris added 15 points for Ada, while Camryn Reed followed with eight.

Garrett Revene led the Panthers with 10 points and Kade Jackson followed with eight.

Ada played the Oklahoma City Storm in a late Friday night semifinal contest.

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