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Elk City Edges Lady Cougars
04/30/19 -

ELK CITY — The Ada High School girls soccer team saw its season come to an end Friday with a 2-0 loss at Elk City in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs.

The Lady Cougars finished the season at 7-8, while the Lady Elks advanced with a 14-3 record.

“We played one of our best games, if not the best game of the season,” said Ada head coach Hannah McCullough.

Despite the loss, McCullough praised the play of goalkeeper Madi Wilson, who was credited with some amazing saves, including one off a penalty kick.

McCullough was also pleased with the play of Andrea Underwood and Dixie Redman on the back line and Audrey Faulkenberry in the midfield.

“Underwood and Redman played so well on defense and even helped create some offensive plays off their big passes,” McCullough said. “Faulkenberry has been one of my girls that had great footwork but doesn’t get as physical as needed sometimes. But against Elk City, she was as physical and scrappy as she needed to be in the midfield.”

Amanda Shorman was singled out by McCullough for her play as a forward and midfielder.

“While Shorman is a forward, she helped us out in the midfield a lot during the game,” said McCullough. “I am very proud of my girls and their hard work this season. I look forward to seeing my seniors go on to succeed in college, and I can’t wait to see my young girls progress into next year’s season.”

Host Woodward shut out the Ada High boys team 4-0 in a Class 4A first-round contest. The Cougars finished the season at 10-5, while the Boomers advanced at 14-2. Woodward has shut out five of its past six opponents.

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Lady Cougar Soccer Falls To Bridge Creek
04/17/19 -

The Ada High School girls soccer team dropped a 4-2 decision to host Bridge Creek Friday night.

The Lady Cougars fell to 5-6 overall and 2-2 in District 4A-3 play.

“We started off strong but couldn’t pull off the victory,” said first-year Ada head coach Hannah McCullough. “We played tough, but it seemed as though we were playing in quicksand.”

Junior Angelina Hernadez scored both of Ada’s goals.

“She played very well,” McCullough said.

Ada hosted Community Christian School Monday night, and both the girls and boys squads travel to Dove Science to wrap up the regular season Friday night.

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Lady Cougar Down Atoka
03/14/19 -

 The Ada High girls soccer team got a pair of goals from Amanda Shoreman in a 5-0 road win over Atoka on a rainy Tuesday night.

Ada evened its record at 2-2 on the season, while the Lady Wampus Cats fell to 0-3.

“It was a good team effort, and all of our girls brought their best game,” said new head coach Hannah McCullough. “I’m proud of this group of girls. We are continuing to progress as the season goes.”

Ada scored two goals early in the game to jump out to a quick 2-0 lead.

“The weather had no effect on our performance,” McCullough said.

Ada also got goals from Angelina Hernandez, Kyla Mitchell and Klaudia Soetelo.

Goalkeeper Madison Wilson recorded the shutout in the net for the Lady Cougars.

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Lady Cougars Drop Road Opener
03/06/19 -

A first-half goal by Amanda Shorman tied the match up around 15 minutes in, but it wasn’t enough as Noble went on to a 2-1 halftime lead and added a late second-half goal.

“Amanda played hard the entire game, and we had several great shots on goal. We just couldn’t finish. Despite the outcome, my girls played very hard and I’m proud of them,” said Ada head coach Hannah McCullough. “My backline of Dixie Redman, Colee Rogers, Hunter Martinez and Indy Hughes played tough and kept the ball on Noble’s half (of the field) most of the game.”

Rogers on the back line, Kyla Mitchell in the midfield and Shorman out front played well, according to McCullough.

“All of them who played extremely well and are my more experienced girls, on whom we will rely on as the season progresses,” McCullough said. “We have things to work on to get better, but I am proud of this bunch of girls and their dedication to the game.”

The Lady Cougars, 0-1 on the season, will visit McLoud at 5:30 tonight.

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Lady Cougar Soccer Opens Under New Coach
03/02/19 -

Hannah McCullough expects some growing pains but some excitement along the way as she takes over as the new head coach of the Ada High School girls soccer program.

“We have about 12 freshmen and five returning starters,” said McCullough. “We have a lot of good returning players and a lot of freshmen who have never played before. Obviously, we’re going to have some growing pains. But I’m excited to see who is going to stand out as we have some battling through injuries.”

McCullough is in her first year of teaching and coaching after graduating from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Her husband, Kris McCullough, is the quarterbacks coach for the East Central University football team.

The Lady Cougars are coming off a 9-7 season in 2018 and are expected to employ a 4-4-2 formation in 2019.

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