|05/19/15 - By JOE CLAXTON For The Ada News |
ADA — Monday, May 18, 2015, will serve as well as any date to mark the kickoff of a new era of Ada Cougar football.
New head coach Wade Standley hopes to end his daily trips from Norman to Ada soon and go “fuller” time with the “All In” spring football camp.
|Lady Cougar Tennis|
|05/18/15 - |
Back to Back!!!!!
By BRIAN JOHNSON For The Ada News
The Ada Lady Cougars successfully defended their Class 4A state tennis title Thursday as their two doubles teams were crowned champions at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
Ada registered a team score of 27, followed by Byng at 16, Regent at 13, Perry at 12 and Henryetta at 12.
It was the eighth state team title for the Lady Cougars and the second in as many seasons. It was Ada’s 18th overall Tennis State Championship (girls and boys).
|05/14/15 - |
Behind a championship from the No. 2 doubles team of Tanner Stone and Brandon Todd, the Ada High School boys’ tennis team captured a Class 4A regional crown Monday at The Grand Racquet Club in Tulsa.
Stone and Todd won two straight matches on their way to the title, including a 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 decision over the Riverfield team of Anderson and Gore in the finals.
|Ada Cougar Golf|
|05/14/15 - |
Cougar Golfers Finish Strong!
"I was very proud of the way the kids finished the season. Ben, Tim, Jacob, and Ross all had single round career low scores at some point in the tournament and Sam tied his career low round as well. The final two rounds were our two best rounds of the season. We were able to better what we shot last year at the state tournament by 53 strokes and that was with having lost the two players that shot the lowest scores at the tournament last year. We gained some valuable experience and more importantly we gained the confidence that we can shoot scores to be contenders in the future."
Robbie Powell - Ada High School Head Golf Coach
|Lady Cougar Golf|
|05/12/15 - By Brian Johnson For The Ada News|
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Ada High School girls’ golf team shaved off 33 strokes Thursday from their previous round and settled for 10th place in the Class 4A state golf championships at the Lake Hefner South Course.
The 33-shot drop, from the first round to the second, was the best improvement of any team in the tournament. Dryer conditions in the second round led to better scores for most of the players.
|Ada Cougar Athletics|