|Ada Boys Win Tournament|
|03/14/18 - |
The Ada High School boys tennis team placed three in the finals and won two championships as it secured the team title of its own tournament on Friday.
Ada posted a team score of 57, followed by Norman North at 54, Deer Creek at 52 and Duncan at 50.
Harrison Boggs and Reese Siegle were champions at No. 1 doubles, while Ryan McCortney and Lane Taylor combined to claim the No. 2 doubles crown for the Cougars.
Boggs and Siegle knocked off Norman North’s Miller and Sonne, 6-4, 6-2 in their title match while McCortney and Taylor were 6-3, 6-7, 10-7 winners in their finals match over Norman North’s Fusser and Chibanbaram.
At No. 2 singles, Ada’s Landon Swopes rolled to the finals but fell to Deer Creek’s Cooper Thomas in the finals as Cooper won 6-2, 6-1.
Christian Siegle claimed fifth place at No. 1 singles with a 6-2, 6-0 victory over Durant’s Blake Barron in his final match of the tournament.
The next action for the Cougars will be March 26 at the Duncan West Tournament, to be held in Oklahoma City.
| Cougar Tennis Team Finishes Second At Carl Albert|
KLAHOMA CITY – The Ada High School boys and girls tennis teams opened the 2018 season with second-place finishes in the Carl Albert Tournament on Friday.
The Ada boys, who registered a score of 55, finished three points behind Deer Creek (58). Norman was third at 51, host Carl Albert ended up fourth at 50 and Yukon took fifth at 43.
The Cougars crowned one champion – the No. 2 doubles combination of Harrison Boggs and Ryan McCortney. Ada’s No. 1 Doubles team of Landon Swopes and Lane Taylor settled for second place. Ada’s No. 2 singles entrant Christian Siegle claimed third, and Reese Siegle, at No. 1 singles, ended up fourth.
Boggs and McCortney rolled to an easy 6-1, 6-0 victory over the Norman duo of Hopper and Meton at No. 2 doubles for the championship. Deer Creek’s Doh and Ivestor downed Swopes and Taylor by a 6-7, 6-2, (10-7) count in the No. 1 doubles title match.
Christian Siegle earned a 6-0, 6-1 rout of Norman’s Zech Heisey in the No. 2 singles third-place matchup, and Reese Siegel dropped his final match of the day to Deer Creek’s Kyler Melton. The final score was 6-2, 6-2.
|Ada Boys Win 12th State Title|
OKLAHOMA CITY – Runner-up finishes at No. 2 Singles, No. 1 Doubles and No. 2 Doubles and a consolation title (fifth place) at No. 1 Singles fueled the Ada High School boys’ tennis team to a share of the Class 4A State Tennis Championship Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
The Cougars tied Bishop McGuinness for the crown with 25 points. Holland Hall was just one point back in third place at 24.
It was the 12th state tennis championship for the Ada boys and the 21st state championship in tennis overall (boys and girls).
Finishing runner-up in the state at No. 2 Singles for Ada was freshman Christian Siegle. The freshmen combination of Reese Siegle and Landon Swopes were runners-up No. 1 Doubles, while juniors Ethan Clark and Lane Taylor combined for a second-place finish at No. 2 Doubles at state.
|Cougars Win Guthrie Tournament|
GUTHRIE – Sparked by a championship effort at No. 2 Doubles and a runner-up finish at No. 1 Singles, the Ada High School boys tennis captured first place in the Guthrie Tournament on Wednesday.
Ada’s No. 1 Doubles combination of Ethan Clark and Lane Taylor registered a 6-4, 6-1 victory over the Ardmore team of Drew Battice and Trader Johnston for the crown.
At No. 1 Singles, Oklahoma Bible Academy’s Logan Orr posted a 6-0, 6-1 win over the Cougars’ Harrison Boggs for the title.
Reese Siegle and Landon Swopes, of Ada, earned third place at No. 2 Doubles with a 7-6, 6-4 decision over Duncan’s Anderson and Carson Villalon.
The Cougars’ Christian Siegle took seventh place at No. 2 singles with a 7-6, 6-4 win over Carl Albert’s Lane Youngblood.
Ada is at the Duncan Tournament Saturday.
|05/18/16 - |
BRIAN JOHNSON For The Ada News
efforts at No. 2 Singles by Harrison Boggs and No. 2 Doubles from Hunter
Frazier and Lane Taylor enabled the Ada Cougars to capture a share of the Class
4A state tennis championship Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
and Riverfield tied for first with a 26, followed by McGuiness (20), Oklahoma
Bible (15) and Christian Heritage to round out the top five.
the 20th state title for the Ada tennis programs after the Lady Cougars
captured the 19th state crown last weekend. It was the 11th boys state title
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