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Lady Cougars Snap Streak
08/14/18 -

 One of the things new Ada High softball coach Taylor Canida-Henry wanted her team to do this season was put the past behind it.

Last Friday in Stratford, the Lady Cougars made sure a 28-game losing streak was history.

Ada erased an early 4-0 deficit by scoring eight runs in the top of the third inning and went on to secure a 12-4 run-rule victory over the Lady Bulldogs.

The Lady Cougars improved to 1-4 on the year, while Stratford slipped to 1-3.

“We played very well,” said an excited Canida-Henry. “We played great defense. They refused to lose. Saying I’m so proud of them is not doing it justice. They are fighting and playing tough.”

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Roff Slips Past Lady Cougars
08/13/18 -

The Ada High softball team missed out on its first win of the season thanks to a number of missed opportunities.

Ada managed to get seven runners in scoring position, but could only get one across home plate in a tough 2-1 loss to host Roff Thursday night.

Roff is off to a 3-0 start after starting the season with a 19-5 win over Wapanucka and a 5-1 victory over Paoli. The Lady Tigers hosted Tupelo on Friday.

Meanwhile, the Lady Cougars fell to 0-4 heading into a Friday contest at Stratford.

“We had plenty of opportunities and shot ourselves in the foot a couple of times,” said new Ada head coach Taylor Canida-Henry.

Ada’s biggest opportunity came in the top of the first inning when the Lady Cougars loaded the bases with one out via two walks and a hit batter. Roff head coach Jason Trimmer then elected to make a pitching change and reliever Maggie Sawyers got the Lady Tigers out of that jam with back-to-back ground ball outs.

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Lady Cougars Lose Close One To Pauls Valley
08/08/18 -

New Ada head softball coach Taylor Canida-Henry saw plenty of silver linings in the dark cloud of a tough 9-7 loss to Pauls Valley in Monday’s season-opener at the Ada High Softball Complex.

The Lady Panthers scored two unearned runs in the top of the seventh and then held off Ada for a final time to secure the victory in the back-and-forth affair.

“I’m so proud of them. When we got down 3-0 ... it would have been easy for them to say ‘Well, it’s just like last year,’ and fold. But what I’m most proud of is they dug deep and fought the whole time,” Canida-Henry said.

Pauls Valley struck first with three unearned runs in the top of the second inning, but Ada hurler Alyssa Colungo settled in and kept the visitors in check through the first five frames.

“I’m proud of Colungo. I ride her tail, but she kept hitting her spots and kept us in it,” Canida-Henry said.

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Taylor Canida Hired As New Softball Coach
03/17/18 -

Former Roff High School All-Stater Taylor Canida is looking forward to her first-ever head-coaching gig.

The Ada Board of Education officially hired Canida as the new Ada High School softball coach at a meeting earlier this week.

“I’m very excited. I have great respect for (Ada athletic director Bryan Harwell). We plan to get the softball program up and running,” Canida said. “I see all the other sports right now at Ada doing well ... and we want to get Ada softball up there as well.”

Canida met with a group of Ada’s returning softball players on Wednesday.

“It went really good. We have a good number,” she said.

Her message to the Lady Cougars was loud and clear.

“We’re going to work our tails off. I’m going to love them and I’m going to do whatever I can for them, but we’re going to work really hard and do things the right way,” Canida said. “But we’re going to have fun while we do it.”

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Sr. Night For Lady Cougars
09/29/17 -

The Seminole Lady Chieftains took advantage of seven Ada errors and used back-to-back five-run innings to pull away from the Lady Cougars 12-0 on Senior Night Tuesday at the Ada High Softball Complex.

During a postgame ceremony, Ada fans said goodbyes to seniors Colbi Hargus and Presley Hayes.

“We’re going to miss those girls a lot next year,” said Ada head coach Pete Benes. “Colbi’s been a good leader for us. Presley’s  came back to help us last week and will help us in the playoffs too.”

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