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Cougar Tennis Captures Fourth Title This Spring
04/17/19 -

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Ada High School boys tennis team continues to roll right along this spring.

The Cougars captured first place at the Guthrie Tournament Monday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Tournament and won their fourth team title so far this season.

Ada also won team championships at Carl Albert, Duncan and Yukon and were runners-up in their own rugged tournament.

The Cougars piled up 62 team points while Crossing Christian was next at 55. Duncan was third with 50 points, Christian Heritage was fourth at 48 and the Byng Pirates settled in at the fifth spot with 44.

Ada won three individual championships at the tournament.

In No. 2 Singles, Jonathan Cloar won the title after Christian Heritage’s Eli Thomas had to withdraw due to injury.

The Ada team of Reese Siegle and Landon Swopes rallied past Braden Lewis and Taylor Rains of Duncan 4-6, 6-2, 12-10 to claim the No. 1 Doubles crown.

In No. 2 Doubles, Ada’s Ryan McCortney and Noah Watkins rolled past the Crossing Christian pair of Glark and Dillon 6-1, 6-2 in the championship match.

Ada’s Christian Siegle advanced to the finals in No. 1 Singles before he dropped a 6-2, 6-3 decision to Daniel Haley of Crossings Christian.

The Lady Cougars compete in the Guthrie Tournament today, while the Ada boys are off until an April 26 trip to the Heritage Hall Braver Tournament.

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Ada Cougar Baseball Defeats McCloud
04/17/19 -

McLOUD – Bo Charboneau and Zac Carroll cranked out back-to-back home runs to highlight a four-run second inning Thursday as the Ada Cougars rolled to a 9-4 victory over the host McLoud Redkins as part of the Central Oklahoma 4A Festival.

Chaboneau’s three-run blast, which scored John David Muse and Dillin Brown, was followed by Carroll’s solo shot as Ada, 14-10 on the season, built a 5-1 advantage.

McLoud did pull within 5-4, but the Cougars put the game away with a single run in the fifth and three more scores in the sixth.

Carroll went 2-for-3 from the plate with his homer and a double, as he scored three times and drew a walk. Brown was 1-for-1 with a run scored and a walk, and Muse finished 1-for-3 with a run scored and a walk.

The Cougars picked up their first run in the first inning. Carroll doubled to right field with one out, advanced to third on an error and scored off a balk.

Then came the four-run second.

Muse walked with one out and moved up to second on Brown’s single to left. Ryan Hagar’s groundout then pushed Muse and Brown into scoring position at third and second, respectively. That set the stage for Charboneau’s three-run homer to left and Carroll’s solo shot to make it 5-1.

McLoud picked up two runs in the bottom of the second to close the gap to 5-1 and then pulled within 5-4 with a single score in the fourth.

Ada then went up 6-4 in the fifth when Caden Sliger walked, ultimately advanced to third on an error and scored on another miscue.

The three-run uprising by the Cougars in the sixth came after Sliger was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, and the other two scores came off another Redskin error. McLoud had five miscues in the game, while Ada had three.

Starting pitcher Tovan Thomsen was credited with the win after getting relief help from Hunter Condon. Thomsen struck out nine, walked five and surrendered just two earned runs in three innings. Condon struck out three and walked two in four scoreless innings of relief.

The Cougars host district foe Plainview at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

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Cougars Shut Out Centennial
04/17/19 -

Senior Jagger Pedigo’s hat trick vaulted the Ada High School boys soccer team to a 7-0 home rout of Oklahoma Centennial on Thursday night.

Besides Pedigo’s three goals, Gavin Owens tallied two while Joseph Feezel and Salvador Vallin had one apiece.

“We played hard and started to put away all of the chances we got,” said Ada head coach Cole Jones. “Landen Underwood stepped up in the midfield which helped us with several (scoring) chances. I’m proud of how these kids keep coming to practice, wanting to get better.”

The next action for the Cougars will be at 7 p.m. Monday at home against Community Christian School for Senior Night.

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Cougar Tennis Wins At Yukon
04/17/19 -

YUKON — The Ada High School boys tennis team used a pair of first-place finishes to win the team championship Friday at the Yukon Invitational.

Ada piled up 32 points to sit atop the team standings. The rest of the team scores were not available.

In No. 2 Singles action, Johnathan Cloar rolled to the championship. He lost just seven games in three matches. Cloar bested Luke Epperson of Bartlesville 6-3, 6-0 in the title match.

The team of Ryan McCortney Noah Watkins turned back Preston Callahan and Joshua Garner of Muskogee 6-2, 6-4 to win the No. 2 Doubles championship.

The Cougars settled for a pair of second-place finishes in No. 1 Singles and No. 1 Doubles.

Ada’s Christian Siegle dropped a 6-2, 6-2 decision to Westmoore’s Ben Richmond in the No. 1 Singles final.

In No. 2 Doubles the Ada duo of Landon Swopes and Reese Siegle were on the wrong end of a 6-4, 6-1 decision to the Edmond Santa Fe combo of Matt Ford and Omar Hassan in the championship match.

The Ada boys competed in the Guthrie Tournament Monday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center, and the Ada girls team will participate in the Guthrie Tournament today.

The Lady Cougars wrap up play at the Regent Prep Classic April 23 at The LaFortune Park Tennis Center in Tulsa.

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Cougars Lose To Tecumseh In The Seventh
04/17/19 -

TECUMSEH – A walk-off double by Jayden Shafer in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted the Tecumseh Savages to a 3-2 victory over the Ada Cougars on Friday at the Central Oklahoma 4A Festival.

Ada, which fell to 14-11 on the season, tied the game in the fifth on Manny LaValley’s single to right-center.

The Cougars jumped out to a 1-0 advantage in the first as Bo Charboneau drew a leadoff walk, advanced to third on Zac Carroll’s double and scored off an error.

But Tecumseh tallied two runs in the second on a two-out, two-RBI base hit by Caleb Kelsey to put the hosts on top 2-1.

The Savages maintained that edge until LaValley’s single scored Cade Sliger in the fifth.

Carroll was the hard-luck losing pitcher, as he scattered seven hits, walked two and struck out five. Only two of the three runs he gave up were earned.

Carson Fletcher earned the mound win in relief for Tecumseh. He had one strikeout and didn’t give up a hit or a walk in one scoreless inning. THS starter Tyler Thompson struck out six, waked four and allowed two earned runs in six innings.

LaValley, Charboneau, Carroll and John David Muse each went 1-for-3, accounting for Ada’s four total hits.

Kelsey finished with two hits and two RBIs for the Savages, while Gage Boatman also contributed two hits from the top of the Tecumseh lineup.

The Cougars hosted Plainview on Monday and travel to Plainview at 5 p.m. tonight.

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