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Berus Likes What He Sees In Spring Ball
05/28/17 -

After a whirlwind four days of rigorous spring workouts, new Ada head coach Chris Berus is feeling good about his Cougar football team.

“We had a great week of getting to know each other,” he said. “I think if anything was accomplished this week, it was everybody gaining the understanding of the expectation of how we’re going about our business daily. That was the biggest and most important characteristic that we accomplished, and my assistant coaches helped really set that tone.”

The Cougars will now get a break until summer workouts begin June 12. High school players will meet from 6:30-8:30 a.m. Monday through Thursday at the Craig McBroom Football Complex, and junior high players will work out from 6:30-8 a.m. at the Ada Junior High

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Ada Boys Win 12th State Title
05/17/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY – Runner-up finishes at No. 2 Singles, No. 1 Doubles and No. 2 Doubles and a consolation title (fifth place) at No. 1 Singles fueled the Ada High School boys’ tennis team to a share of the Class 4A State Tennis Championship Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.

The Cougars tied Bishop McGuinness for the crown with 25 points. Holland Hall was just one point back in third place at 24.

It was the 12th state tennis championship for the Ada boys and the 21st state championship in tennis overall (boys and girls).

Finishing runner-up in the state at No. 2 Singles for Ada was freshman Christian Siegle. The freshmen combination of Reese Siegle and Landon Swopes were runners-up No. 1 Doubles, while juniors Ethan Clark and Lane Taylor combined for a second-place finish at No. 2 Doubles at state.

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Taylor Finishes Fifth In 5A Track
05/17/17 -

YUKON — Payton Taylor capped off her senior track season with a fifth-place finish in the High Jump at the Class 5A State meet last weekend in Yukon.

Taylor matched her regional jump of 5 feet even. Selena McDonald of Elgin won the state title with an impressive jump of 5 feet, 8 inches.

 
Kylen Cooper finished 11th in the long jump with a mark of 20 feet, 9.25 inches.

Ada’s 4x200 Relay team (Cooper, Dominick Lowry, Damion Jackson and Sheldon Hysten) finished 14th in a time of 1:34.38. The Cougar 4x100 Relay team was also 14th with a time of 44.48. That group included Mannie Hammond, Jackson, Hysten and Cooper.

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Cougars Rally For Runner Up Finish
05/11/17 -

The Ada High boys golf team used a dramatic finish in the final round to vault from fifth place to second place at the 2017 Class 4A State Tournament Tuesday at the Lake Hefner North Golf Course.

After the first two rounds on Monday, the Cougars found themselves in fifth place with a score of 621 and were 18 strokes out of second place. Poteau was second at 603, followed by Elk City at 606 and Newcastle at 620.

There was no catching eventual champ and preseason favorite Heritage Hall after the first two rounds. The Chargers had a two-day score of 571 and finished atop the leaderboard with an overall score of 867.

Ada shot a tournament-best 291 in round three, five strokes better than even the champion Chargers.

“I was so proud of the way the kids performed over both days, but especially the way they came out and played on Tuesday during round three,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “They could have easily said fifth place is pretty good, but they didn’t. They told me they wanted to go get at least a top-three finish, and they did one better than that.”

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Parks Joins Ada As Basketball Coach
05/11/17 -

The hunt for a new Ada High School boys basketball coach is over.

Ada City Schools introduced Garland Parks Jr. as the new Cougar coach Tuesday moring at the Board of education office. Parks spent the last nine years coaching at Northeast Academy in Oklahoma City.

Parks told The Ada News it was an easy choice for him to fill the boys basketball job at Ada High that was left when veteran coach Ron Anderson stepped down last month.

“It was a no-brainer for me. It’s an honor and a privilege for me to be here. I’m excited,” he said.

What made Ada so attractive?

“The biggest thing was the commitment to the overall athletic program. Everyone I’ve talked to seems so supportive and focused on the overall athletic program having success,” he said.

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