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Noble Bears Coming To Ada
09/14/19 -

The Ada High football team did it with defense in a season-opening 7-0 win over Ardmore in Week 1. That unit will be put to the test again Friday night, when the Cougars host Noble at 7:30 p.m. at Norris Field.

Noble also enters the game after a victory. The Bears rolled past Newcastle 41-12 in a Week 2 home game.

It will also be Homecoming night for the Ada Cougars.

Noble head coach Greg George will bring a team to town that isn’t afraid to throw the ball around the field in a spread offense.

“Coach George is a class man. He does things the right way,” Ada head coach Chris Berus told The Ada News Wednesday morning. “Offensively, they’re going to be a spread RPO (run-pass option) team.”

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Senior Jake Shannon Was All Over The Field Friday
09/14/19 -

By my count — and I could have missed one because it seemed like he was all over the field all the time —  senior Jake Shannon played in six different spots for the Ada High School football team during the Cougars’ sweet Week 1 win over old rival Ardmore.

After the game, I caught up with Shannon and asked him about being Mr. Versatile. The first thing that he talked about was his surprise appearance as the team’s punter early in the second quarter.

That’s about the only thing he did that didn’t work out like he had planned.

“I kicked a 6-yard punt, and I never went back to punt again,” Shannon reminded fans who may have missed it.

All joking aside, Shannon was a warrior for the Cougars against Ardmore. He lined up at receiver, where he hauled in three catches for 70 yards. He played well in the secondary as a cornerback.

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Ada Cougars Shut Out Ardmore
09/14/19 -

Ada’s defense had its back against the wall over and over and over against old rival Ardmore in the season opener for both teams Friday night at Norris Field. And Ada’s defense made stop after stop after stop.

The Cougars shut out the Tigers 7-0 before a vocal Ada crowd in a game that saw a little bit of everything, a whole lot of players cramping and the home team using four different players at quarterback.

An Ada win in this series was a long time coming. It was the Cougars’ first victory over the Tigers since Ada came away with a 35-14 decision in 2012. Ada hadn’t shut out its rivals from the south since a 10-0 win in 1998. Ardmore failed to score in a regular-season game for the first time since October 2008 against Guthrie.

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Lady Cougars Fall To Lady Lions
09/14/19 -

Things got away from the Ada High softball team in a hurry against Durant in a District 5A-4 matchup at home Tuesday night.

The Lady Lions scored four runs in the second inning and six more in the third and ran away with a 13-0 victory.

Durant improved to 15-7 overall and 8-1 in district play, while Ada slipped to 4-9 and 2-3. The Lady Cougars are still in the hunt for a Top 4 finish in 5A-4. Durant and Tahlequah will claim the top two spots, while Ada is locked in a close battle with McAlester and Glenpool for third and fourth place.

Durant piled up 13 hits and took advantage of five Ada errors and that proved to be a bad combination for the home team.

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Hamburger Fry On Homecoming Night
09/08/19 -  
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