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Cougars Finish Sweep Of McAlester
12/05/18 -

Sophomore Jaxson Robinson got cooking early and the Ada High boys basketball team — ranked No. 8 in Class 5A — cruised to a 55-45 victory over McAlester in a game that wasn’t nearly as close as the score might indicate.

Robinson scored 16 of his team-high 18 points in the first half to help Ada rush out to leads of 18-7 and 31-12.

The Cougars sank 7-of-11 field goals to start the game and after Cody Smith drained a 3-pointer and Trey Havens hit a long two-point shot, Ada had forged a 20-9 advantage late in the first quarter.

Robinson hit one of his four first-half, 3-point shots at the 3:13 mark of the second quarter to give Ada a 17-point lead.

The Cougars went to halftime on top 33-21.

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Lady Cougars Lead Sweep Of McAlester
12/05/18 -

The new-look youthful Ada High girls basketball team had some things that didn’t go their way in a season-opening matchup with old rival McAlester Friday night inside the Cougar Activity Center.

• Ada had three freshmen start their first varsity game.

• The Lady Cougars committed 21 turnovers.

• The team missed 14 free throws.

• Tatum Havens, one of the Ada freshman starters, banked in a 3-pointer for the first bucket of the game, got into quick foul trouble and spent a ton of time on the bench.

• Senior Kaley Watkins — who head coach Christie Jennings hadn’t planned to play to give a preseason ankle injury more time to heal — was inserted into the game in the third quarter for her leadership skills.

However, despite it all, the 15th-ranked Lady Cougars defeated No. 20 McAlester 50-41.

“I thought we beat a pretty good McAlester team in a pretty physical game,” Jennings said. “I think any win this year is something we’re really going to celebrate just because of our age. Every one of these experiences is going to be new to most of these kids. It’s going to be a learning process.”


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Collinsville Ends Cougar Season
11/13/18 -

COLLINSVILLE — It was anybody’s game at halftime of the Class 5A playoff battle between host and unbeaten Collinsville and the Ada Cougars Friday night at Sallee Field.

The Cardinals headed to halftime, clinging to a slim 13-7 lead.

Then an avalanche of mistakes and big plays by Collinsville rained down on the Cougars over the final two quarters.

The Cardinals outscored Ada 28-0 in the second half and pulled away for a 41-7 victory. No. 3 Collinsville improved to 11-0 on the year — it was their first undefeated regular season since 1979 — and will be back at home Friday night to host No. 6 Duncan in a second-round game.

Ada finishes up its season at 5-6.

“We played hard and had our shots,” said head coach Chris Berus.

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Cougars Battle Collinsville In First Round
11/09/18 -

It’s the most wonderful time, of the year.

Ada head football coach Chris Berus isn’t necessarily thinking Christmas when he hears those words. That’s because it’s high school playoff football time in Oklahoma.

“It’s the best time of the year. I’m proud of our kids for putting us in the position to continue to go play,” he said.

The Cougars ended up being the fourth seed in District 5A-3 and have the daunting task of traveling to Collinsville Friday night to battle the third-ranked and undefeated Cardinals (10-0). Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Sallee Field.

Ada’s seesaw season has left the Cougars at 5-5 heading into Class 5A’s version of the Sweet 16.

“We play a great Collinsville squad that has celebrated a lot of fo success this year,” Berus said.

“They’re very good. It’s a great first-round matchup,” he continued. “They’re probably a Top 3 or Top 4 in the state. But there are 16 teams left and you want to win and advance. It doesn’t have to be flashy. It doesn’t have to be pretty. You just want to win and move right on the bracket and that’s our goal. We’re excited for the opportunity.”

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Edison Runs Over Cougars
11/09/18 -

TULSA — The Ada Cougars nearly overcame an amazing performance by Tulsa Edison tailback Sevion Morrison during an epic Week 10 battle with the Eagles Friday night at Lafortune Stadium.

However, Ada’s final three drives of the game ended with interceptions — including one on a fake punt attempt and the final one on a desperation pass with time running out — helping the Eagles rally and hang on for a 37-27 win.

Ada ended the regular season at 5-5 overall and 4-3 in District 5A-3 play, while Thomas Edison Preparatory High School finished 6-4 and 6-1.

The Eagles ended up second in the district and will host Claremore Friday night in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. Meanwhile, Ada will make the 156-mile trek to Collinsville to battle the third-ranked Cardinals.

Kickoff for that contest is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Sallee Field

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