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Cougar Basketball
02/25/15 -

By Jeff Cali Sports Editor

ADA — The ninth-ranked Ada boys basketball team killed two birds with one big stone Saturday night during its Class 4A District championship matchup with Checotah inside the Cougar Activity Center.

First and foremost, the Cougars used a stingy defense to hold Checotah to 12 second-half points en route to a convincing 55-31 win to claim the district crown.

In the process, star senior Cory Kilby scored a game-high 24 points — just enough to pass Bo Overton on the alltime Ada High boys scoring list.

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Lady Cougar Basketball
02/25/15 -

When the playoffs start and records are thrown out, style points do not matter. A win is a win.

On the surface, Ada's 29-point win over Checotah for a Class 4A District championship Saturday night inside the Cougar Activity Center would appear to have gained many style points.

But there were a few not-so-pretty moments during Ada’s 68-39 victory. It was the third straight district title for the Lady Cougars.

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Cougar Wrestling
02/25/15 -

By Brian Johnson For The Ada News

CATOOSA — The Ada High School wrestling crowned two champions – Marwin Dickerson at heavyweight and Levi Grimes at 182 pounds — and two others qualified for the state tournament in the Class 4A East Regional Saturday at Catoosa High School.

The Cougars finished fifth in the team standings as host Catoosa won the regional title, followed by Vinita, Cascia Hall and Ft. Gibson.

Dickerson and Grimes each won their championship matches by 3-2 decisions. Dickerson edged Vinita’s Dylan Enyart and Grimes topped Catoosa’s Tristan Hassett.

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Lady Cougar Basketball
02/25/15 -

By Brian Johnson For The Ada News

A field-goal shooting clinic it was not for the Ada Lady Cougars Thursday night, but as far as defense and rebounding were concerned it might be considered a work of art.

Ada, behind balanced and double-figure scoring from three players, closed out the 2014-15 regular season with a 46-40 victory over Class 5A seventh-ranked Shawnee at the Ada Cougar Activity Center.

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Cougar Basketball
02/25/15 -

By Brian Johnson For The Ada News

ADA — Riding a 58.5 percent shooting effort from the floor and overcoming 18 turnovers, the Class 4A ninth-ranked Ada Cougars closed out the 2014-15 regular season with a 61-48 win over Class 5A 14thranked Shawnee Thursday night at the Ada Cougar Activity Center.

Ada improved to 17-6 on the season, heading into a Class 4A home district playoff game with Checotah Saturday night.

The Cougars received three double-figure scoring efforts from Jamal Henderson with 20 points, Cory Kilby with 18 and Ben Pruitt with 16 in knocking down 24-of-41 shots from the field overall. Ada was also 5-of-13 from 3-point territory (38.5 percent) and 8-of-13 (62 percent) from the free-throw line.
 

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