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Cougs To Host No. 4 Bethany
09/21/17 -

Jeff Cali (Sports Editor)

The Ada High football team will get a huge District 4A-2 test Friday night when No. 4 Bethany visits Norris Field.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Bethany enters the game with a perfect 3-0 mark that includes victories over Marlow (27-23), Pauls Valley (28-7) and Kingfisher (30-13). The Cougars are coming off their first victory of the 2017 season, a 56-21 road win over Durant.

It should be a great way to get district play under way.

“They’re 3-0 and have beat some good opponents. They’ve figured out how to win,” said Ada head coach Chris Berus. “It’s going to be a great matchup for us Week 1 of district. It’s kind of going to set the tone for what the rest of district play is going to look like.”

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Ada Coasts Past Durant 56-21
09/19/17 -

DURANT — The theme of practice last week for the Ada High football team was “press forward.” The Cougars did just that while leaving Durant far behind in a 56-21 victory over the Lions Friday night at Paul Laird field.

The Cougars notched their first win of the 2017 season and seemed to put a pair of losses to Class 5A powerhouses No. 1 Carl Albert and No. 3 Ardmore in the past.

“There’s a whole lot of preparation that goes into a victory like this. We executed extremely well. We moved the ball well and played great defense,” said Ada head coach Chris Berus. “I’m so proud of our kids and our staff.”

Ada quarterback Jackson McFarlane led the Cougar romp. He completed 11-of-15 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns and also led the Ada ground game with nine rushes for 134 yards and another TD.

The Cougars scored eight touchdowns and 356 yards of total offense.

“We expected to do this. I know that sounds kind of cocky, but we expected to put up big numbers,” McFarlane said after the game. “We had a really bad taste in our mouth.”

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Seminole Defeats The Lady Cougars
09/19/17 -

Before the start of the Ada High softball team’s matchup with host Seminole Saturday afternoon at the Seminole Quad Softball Complex, I approached head coach Pete Benes and told him I had a feeling about that contest.

However, that feeling didn’t pan out.

The Lady Cougars have knocked on the door of victory a number of times, but for the most part, errors and slammed the door shut.

It happened again Saturday as the Lady Chieftains took advantage of seven Ada errors and defeated the locals 9-1.

Ada head coach Pete Benes entered the 2017 season with a defensive lineup that he and his coaching staff thought would be solid this fall. But he lost a couple of key cogs in that defensive unit early in the campaign, and the Lady Cougars have been shuffled around to find the right mix ever since. And for most days, it hasn’t worked out.

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Tish Takes Down Lady Cougs
09/16/17 -

If it weren’t for bad luck, the Ada High softball team wouldn’t have very much at all.

Tishomingo, ranked No. 17 in Class 3A, took advantage of nine Ada errors and shut out the Lady Cougars 8-0 Thursday evening at the Ada High Softball Complex.

The Lady Indians improved to 22-6, while the Lady Cougars dropped to 0-17.

Tish ace Grace Anderson overpowered the AHS lineup. She struck out 12, scattered three hits and didn’t allow a walk in the impressive complete-game shutout.

Madison Wilson (2-for-3) had two of the Lady Cougars’ hits. She reached on an infield single in the bottom of the first inning and hit a line drive to right field for a base hit in the bottom of the seventh.

In the first inning, Wilson stole second and third but couldn’t get home. She was thrown out stealing in the seventh.

Ada’s other hit came on a sharp single to right field by pinch-hitter Makenzi Marion in the bottom of the sixth.

Zoie Graham had a strong outing at Ada’s catcher, throwing out three different Tishomingo runners.

Anderson helped her own cause as the plate, going a perfect 4-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored. Laney Rogers went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in Tishomingo’s nine-hit attack. Cheyanne Arkansas had a base hit and scored twice for the visitors.

AHS pitcher Alyssa Colungo absorbed the loss. She struck out two, walked five and allowed four earned runs.

The Lady Cougars travel to Seminole at noon today and head to Sulphur at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

There’s been one change in the Ada High schedule. Head coach Pete Benes has added a varsity home game at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 26 against Seminole. That new contest will be Senior Night at the Ada High Softball Complex.

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Plainview Sweeps Lady Cougars
09/15/17 -

Visiting Plainview pounded out 11 hits and was helped by five Ada errors in registering a 15-5 victory over the Lady Cougars in six innings Tuesday at the Ada High Softball Complex.

Plainview, now 12-16, defeated Ada 13-8 on Monday.

The Lady Indians jumped out to an 8-0 advantage before Ada finally got on the board in the third inning with four runs.

Avery Brown’s RBI single led to the Lady Cougars’ first run. The other three scores in the inning came off a pair of errors, as Plainview had three for the game.

Madison Wilson drew a bases-loaded walk in the fourth inning for Ada’s final tally.

The Lady Indians scored in every inning.

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