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Pruitt Named 2017 Player Of The Year
04/22/17 -

One could say Ben Pruitt is going out on top on various levels.

The standout, who finished his career with 1,364 points (fourth on Ada High Schools all-time list), has concluded a magnificent career with the Cougars and has been named The Ada News All-Area Boys Player of the Year for the second straight time.

This not only signals the end of a prep basketball career for Pruitt, but a basketball career, period. Pruitt, also a star golfer, will continue his athletic career on the links in college. He is undecided where that will be.

Im really proud of what Ben has accomplished, said recently resigned Ada head coach Ron Anderson. Hes one of the hardest-working and most dedicated players I ever had. He broke the mold. Like Ive said before, Ive had to kick him out of the gym. But thats what he does. Whether its on the golf course or on the basketball floor, hes going to work on what may have gone wrong and hell figure it out for himself. Thats what separates him from the rest.

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Cougars Place Third
04/22/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY Ada High Schools Sam Brown fired a 74 and took fifth individually Thursday as the Cougars finished third in the team standings of the Del City Invitational Golf Tournament at the Trosper Park Course.

Carl Albert won the event with a score of 302, followed by Piedmont at 307, Ada at 317 and Enid and Crossings Christian each with a 318. There were 25 teams in the tournament.

I was really happy with the way we played today, especially Sam Brown. He had the best round of the year and should have gained a lot of confidence, said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. I was also very encouraged about Ben (Pruitt). He shows as a withdrawal, but it was not due to pain. We had a cold front move in with rain after about 13 holes and he started to tighten up a little, so we decided to not let him finish. He was playing very well at the time, so I think he is going into the last two weeks of the season looking like he is going to be able to compete, which will help us a great deal.

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Cougar Baseball In Northeast Optimist Tournament
04/19/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY The Ada Cougars fell victim to a one-hit shutout Saturday as Norman North registered a 10-0 victory in 3 innings in the Northwest Optimist Tournament.

Ada fell to 10-14 on the year, while the Class 6A Timberwolves improved to 21-5.

Adas only hit, a single, came from Manny LaValley.

Starting pitcher Tovan Thomsen suffered the loss after getting relief help from Jayson Ellis.

Norman North totaled six hits, including a home run by Jalen Smith. Landon McClellan and Peyton Vinyard each finished 2-for-2 and combined for three RBIs.

Norman North pitcher Tyler Cullison not only allowed just one hit, but he gave up no walks and struck out seven.

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Lady Cougars Continue To Be Honored
04/19/17 - The awards keep rolling in for Ada-area players and coaches.

At the recent Oklahoma Coaches Association Region 6 meeting in McAlester, six coaches in the area won Coach of the Year awards.

Adas Christie Jennings was named the Girls Basketball Coach of the Year; Adas Kyle Bohannon was named the Wrestling Coach of the Year

Adas Dean, Jessepe and Payton Taylor were all listed on the Class 4A All Star by Class team while Adas Ben Pruitt was named to the OCA Class 4A All Star by Class squad.

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Lady Cougars Repeat As Atoka Champions
04/19/17 -

The Ada High School girls golf team followed a third-place showing at the Turner Invitational by repeating as champion at the Atoka Invitational.

Atoka Invitational

The Lady Cougars shot a team score of 387 to claim the Atoka title and become back-to-back champions. The tournament was hosted by the Atoka Trails Golf Course, which Ada lead coach Ron Anderson said was in tip-top shape.

Im really happy for the girls to take home the first-place trophy, said Anderson. (Tournament director) Darrell Cochran does an outstanding job with running the tournament and keeping the course in good shape.

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