It appears the Ada High football team got things going in the right direction just in time.
The Cougars will follow a 33-12 road win over Tecumseh with a showdown against No. 4 Tuttle Friday night at Norris Field. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
Ada used a dominant ground game in the win over the Savages, rushing for 308 yards.
“I felt like we had a lot of improvement with our offensive line. We were able to run the football,” said Ada head coach Wade Standley.
Ada’s quarterback had his best game of the season. He finished with 173 rushing yards and three touchdowns and threw for 115 yards and another score. Running back Adam Anderson also eclipsed the century mark, finishing with 127 yards on 19 carries.
“Jackson McFarlane did a really good job of running the football as did Adam Anderson. When you rush the ball like that, you typically win football games,” Standley said