|No. 3 Tuttle Defeats Cougars|
|10/27/20 - |
The 10th-ranked Ada High football team went toe-to-toe with No. 3 Tuttle most of the game before the Tigers finally secured a 14-0 victory over the Cougars Friday night at Bill Hinkle Stadium.
Tuttle remained unbeaten at 8-0 overall and 4-0 in District 4A-2 action, while the Cougars left town at 4-3, and 3-2.
It was a contest where a play or two could have affected the outcome.
“We played hard but have to play better. There’s not much margin for error when you play a team like Tuttle,” Ada head coach Chris Berus told The Ada News. “We have got to take advantage of opportunities to be able to beat teams like that.”\r\n\r\n
|Ada softball team picks up postseason honors|
|10/26/20 - |\r\n\r\n
The Ada High School softball team was well-represented on the All-District 5A-4 postseason awards list released earlier this week.
Ada\'s Taylor Henry was named the 5A-4 All-District Coach of the Year, junior Amaya Frizell was named the 5A-4 All-District shortstop, freshman Jakobi Williams was named the 5A-4 All-District first baseman and freshman Abbey Strong was named one of six 5A-4 All-District Utility players.
Three other Lady Cougars — freshman Rylynn Truett, freshman Trenity Duvall and sophomore Chardoney Stick — were named to the 5A-4 All-District honorable mention list.
|Ada Prepares For Third Ranked Tuttle|
|10/22/20 - |
The Ada High football team appears to be trending in the right direction. And that’s a good thing heading into their Week 8 showdown at No. 3 Tuttle Friday night.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Bill Hinkle Field.
After a rough 33-0 loss to Blanchard, the Ada Cougars reeled off back-to-back quality wins — a 7-6 overtime win over John Marshall and a 49-7 victory over Harrah on fall break.
Ada is sitting in the No. 10 spot in Class 4A with a 4-2 record.\r\n\r\n
|Cougars Run Away From Harrah|
|10/22/20 - |
It all came together for the 13th-ranked Ada High School football team against Harrah in a Thursday night fall break matchup at Norris Field. And that meant bad news for the Panthers.
The Ada offense was clicking and the Ada defense turned in another strong performance and that combination resulted in the Cougars running past Harrah 49-7 before a Pink Out crowd inside Koi Ishto Stadium.
Ada improved to 4-2 overall and 3-1 in District 4A-2 play, while the Panthers left town at 2-4 and 0-3.\r\n\r\n
|Cougar Game To Be Streamed|
|10/22/20 - \r\nFriday night\'s game between the No. 10 ranked Ada Cougars and the No. 3 ranked Tuttle Tigers will be streamed on adacougar.tv. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 pm.|
If you are not able to attend the game please tune in to an entertaining broadcast directed by David Anderson, Mack Weems (color commentary), Aiden Plumlee (statistician and commentary), and Ryan McCortney (play by play).
If you interested in a supporting our streaming service throughout this year, please contact Bryan Harwell at email@example.com or 580-310-7215.\r\n
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