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Cougars Rally For Runner Up Finish
05/11/17 -

The Ada High boys golf team used a dramatic finish in the final round to vault from fifth place to second place at the 2017 Class 4A State Tournament Tuesday at the Lake Hefner North Golf Course.

After the first two rounds on Monday, the Cougars found themselves in fifth place with a score of 621 and were 18 strokes out of second place. Poteau was second at 603, followed by Elk City at 606 and Newcastle at 620.

There was no catching eventual champ and preseason favorite Heritage Hall after the first two rounds. The Chargers had a two-day score of 571 and finished atop the leaderboard with an overall score of 867.

Ada shot a tournament-best 291 in round three, five strokes better than even the champion Chargers.

“I was so proud of the way the kids performed over both days, but especially the way they came out and played on Tuesday during round three,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “They could have easily said fifth place is pretty good, but they didn’t. They told me they wanted to go get at least a top-three finish, and they did one better than that.”

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Cougars Finish Strong At Golf Regionals
05/05/17 -

SEMINOLE – The Ada High School boys golf team struggled through the first round but battled back strong in the second to finish runner-up in a Class 4A Regional earlier this week at the Jimmie Austin Golf Course.

Heritage Hall overwhelmed the field by posting a team score of 607. The Cougars were second at 661 after registering a 338 on the first 18 holes. But Ada responded with a 323 in the final round, cutting 15 strokes off the opening 18 holes. Blanchard was third at 675.

“The day turned out to be a good one, but we really did not start off very good. I thought the kids rallied really well in the afternoon,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “We were 15 shots better in the afternoon than we did in the morning, and I was happy to see that. They could have gotten their heads down and started feeling sorry for themselves, but they decided they wanted to pass Blanchard and get into second place, and that is what they did.”

Reed Townsend fueled the Cougar effort with a final, round 77, after starting off with a 82. Teammates Ben Pruitt and Sam Brown were tied for second on the squad as Pruitt shot an 82 and 81, while Brown recorded an 83 and 80. Ryan Hagar posted a 91 and 85 for Ada, and Matthew Brown had a 93 and 89.


“I thought Reed and Sam played pretty well and I was very proud of Ben, who gutted out all 36 holes. He is still struggling with an injury and was in a lot of pain for the last 27 holes,” Powell said. “We will keep treating him and hopefully continue to make progress toward feeling better for the state tournament next Monday and Tuesday at Lake Hefner.”

Heritage Hall’s William McDonald captured medalist honors after firing rounds of 72 and 74, which were four shots better than second-place Don Franklin, of Anadarko. Franklin shot back-to-back rounds of 75 each. Blanchard’s Kaden Upton was third after a 77 and 74.

“We are still making too many mistakes, and that is why Heritage Hall is getting away from us,” said Powell. “Hopefully, we can correct those mistakes and be a little more competitive.”

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Ada Golfers At 4A Preview
04/26/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Ada High School boys golf team struggled to a 13th-place finish Monday at the Class 4A State Preview at the Lake Hefner Golf Course.

The Cougars, who once again saw their top golfer, Ben Pruitt, withdraw while batting a lingering injury, couldn’t overcome 30 mile-per-hour wind gusts and the absence of their talented senior.

“This was a very difficult day for us,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “The conditions were very difficult with the wind blowing at about 30 miles per hour the entire day, and on top of that, we just did not play very well.”

Heritage Hall captured the team title with a 302, followed by Hilldale at 322 and Putnam City North at 324. There were 24 teams in the field.

Ada recorded a team score of 350.

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Cougars Place Third
04/22/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY – Ada High School’s Sam Brown fired a 74 and took fifth individually Thursday as the Cougars finished third in the team standings of the Del City Invitational Golf Tournament at the Trosper Park Course.

Carl Albert won the event with a score of 302, followed by Piedmont at 307, Ada at 317 and Enid and Crossings Christian each with a 318. There were 25 teams in the tournament.

“I was really happy with the way we played today, especially Sam Brown. He had the best round of the year and should have gained a lot of confidence,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “I was also very encouraged about Ben (Pruitt). He shows as a withdrawal, but it was not due to pain. We had a cold front move in with rain after about 13 holes and he started to tighten up a little, so we decided to not let him finish. He was playing very well at the time, so I think he is going into the last two weeks of the season looking like he is going to be able to compete, which will help us a great deal.”

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Ada Boy's Golf Team Finishes Second At Ardmore
04/13/17 -

Team Standings

Duncan 334-317-651

ADA 323-335-658

Plainview 337-335-672

Edmond Santa Fe 1 336-344-680

Noble 338-345-683

Mustang 376-378-754

Lawton McArthur 384-380-764

Durant 386-387-773

Edmond Santa Fe 2 395-398-793

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