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Cougar Golf Team Finishes Second
04/17/19 -

The Ada High School boys golf team fell just short of the tournament championship Friday at the Duncan Invitational.

Ada finished with an impressive two-round total of 645 but was three strokes behind tournament champion Elk City, which shot a 642. Host Duncan was third at 651, followed by Bethany at 670 and Big Pastyre at 695.

“I was really happy with the way we played today. It was a very difficult day with the weather, and the kids handled it pretty well,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell.

The Cougars faced some adversity at the Duncan Golf and Tennis Club.

First, sophomore Mack Weems battled through the two rounds with a hand injury that forced him to miss Monday’s trip to the Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore for the Class 4A State Preview Tournament. Weems still had a strong round, finishing fourth in the medalist race with a score of 80-76—156.

Ada also had to deal with the loss of sophomore Michael Huff to a strange disqualification.

Powell explained the situation.

“Michael was disqualified because a player who was playing in another group hit his golf ball by mistake, causing Michael to have a lost ball. He consequently dropped another ball to finish the hole; however, it was determined he dropped the ball in the wrong place, which resulted in his disqualification,” Powell said. “I feel really bad for Michael, but we learned a good lesson today which will make us better in the future.”

Max Roberts shot a blazing 72-74—146 to capture the medalist championship. He was four strokes better than runner-up Tres Hill of Elk City, who ended with a 77-73—150. Conner Boydston of Big Pasture was third with a 79-72—151.

“Max was outstanding today and is continuing to get better,” Powell said.

Rounding out the Ada scoring were Matthew Brown with an 83-87—170 and Aiden Plumlee at 93-83—176.

“Matthew and Aiden both put up good rounds as well,” Powell said.

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Cougar Golf Team Earns Second Place Finish
04/12/19 - The Cougar Golf team competed in the Duncan Invitational on Thursday. The Cougars finished second in the 11 team event. Max Roberts was the top individual by four shots with rounds of 72 and 74. Mack Weems finished fourth individually with a 80 and 76.
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Cougars Finish Runner Up At Tournament Of Champion
04/02/19 -

The Ada Cougar golf team hosted the prestigious Tournament of Champions at the Oak Hills Country Club. Led by senior Max Roberts and junior Mack Weems the team finished runner up with a team score of 306.

Ada Cougar Golf coach Robbie Powell said "I thought we played very solid today. Max was steady shooting even par and finishing 2nd in the individual competition. I was really proud of Mack Weems. He played really well and finished tied for 3rd. We made another big gain in our total score from our first two tournaments.

 

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Cougar Golfers Win Wewoka Title
03/19/19 -

WEWOKA — Even though the Ada High boys golf team wasn’t at its best Friday at the Wewoka Invitational, it was still pretty good.

The Cougars posted a score of 345 to easily win the championship despite cold, windy conditions at the Gil Morgan Municipal Golf Course.

“It was nice to win, but we really struggled with the conditions today,” said Ada head coach Robbie Powell. “We played well in spurts but struggled to finish the round. We have a lot to improve on before our next tournament.”

The Cougars easily outdistanced second-place and host Wewoka, which posted a 387 team score. Seminole was next in the 10-team field at 392. Rounding out the top five were Stroud (421) and Community Christian (434).

Evan Stafford of Wewoka won the medalist race with a score of 79, while Ada’s Max Roberts finished second with an 81. J.D. Lankford of Stroud was third at 84.

Mack Weems scored an 85 for Ada, while Michael Huff followed with an 87. Matthew Brown carded a 92, and David Anderson scored 100 for the Cougars.  

Ada is now off until a March 25 trip to the Carl Albert Invitational, hosted by the John Conrad Golf Course in Midwest City.

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Cougar Boys Golf Finishes Seventh At State
05/10/18 -

CUSHING — The phrase “Too hot to handle” is usually associated with baseball, referring to a ball hit so hard a defender can’t catch it.

It was the perfect way to describe the Heritage Hall Chargers during the Class 4A State golf tournament, held Monday at the Buffalo Rock Golf Course.

The private school powerhouse blistered the course with an opening round of 281 and never eclipsed the 300 mark en route to claiming a Class 4A state championship. The Chargers finished with a three-round total of 281-294-293—868 and were 27 strokes ahead of second-place Plainview that scored a 309-305-281—895.

The Ada Cougars settled for seventh place with a three-round score of 310-317-330—957. The Cougars challenged Heritage Hall April 17 at the Cushing Invitational on the same course. Heritage Hall won that tournament with a score of 314, while Ada finished a stroke back at 315.

The Chargers were too good at the state tournament.

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