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Blanchard Defeats The Lady Cougs
02/20/18 -

No. 15 Blanchard hit eight 3-pointers, including five in the second half, and shot past upset-minded Ada 47-35 in a Class 4A District championship game Friday night inside the Cougar Activity Center.

The Lady Lions improved to 18-6 on the year, while Ada fell to 8-15.

Blanchard hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter — including back-to-back triples by Brittney Garrett — to rally from a 9-5 deficit and take a 14-11 lead.

Ada responded by amping up its defensive pressure and limiting the Lady Lions to just two second-quarter field goals.

Alex Hamilton’s steal and layup with 2:43 left in the period ended the score and put Ada ahead 19-18 at halftime.

However, Ada committed 11 of its 19 turnovers in the second half, and Blanchard outscored the hosts by a combined 29-16 count over the final two quarters.

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Lady Cougars Lose To Harrah
02/15/18 -

Harrah 51, Ada 27

The Class 4A second-ranked Harrah Lady Panthers jumped out to a 14-6 lead through one quarter and led 30-13 at halftime in cruising to the 24-point win.

Landyn Owens led Ada with 11 points, Kaley Watkins followed with six off a pair of 3-point baskets and Mikayla Emarthle tacked on five. Alex Hamilton had seven rebounds off the bench for Ada.

The Lady Cougars committed nine turnovers in the first quarter and had 20 by halftime.

Kiara Lovings scored 17 points for Harrah, while Katie King and Ali Brzozowski added 15 points each.

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Ada Girls Lose To McAlester
02/01/18 -

MCALESTER — The Ada Lady Cougars stayed within striking distance of rival McAlester the entire contest but could never pull ahead in a 47-40 loss to the Lady Buffaloes Tuesday night inside the Bob Brumley Gymnasium.

Ada fell to 6-12 on the year, while McAlester (No. 20 in Class 5A) improved to 9-10. The Lady Buffaloes won the season series 2-1. Ada defeated McAlester 44-38 at the East Central Oklahoma Classic and dropped a 42-37 overtime decision to the Lady Buffs in a regular-season game earlier this month inside the Cougar Activity Center.

Ada fell into an early 9-3 hole and still trailed 13-6 after a putback by McAlester post player Bren Cable at the 4:01 mark of the second period.

The Lady Cougars rallied with an 8-2 run to end the second quarter and get within 15-14 at halftime.

During that stretch, Ada got five points from Kaley Watkins — who returned to the AHS starting lineup after missing several games with illness — and a 3-pointer from Kortni McNutt and two late free shots by Madalyn Jaques.

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Cache Defeats The Lady Cougars
01/24/18 -

NEWCASTLE — The Ada Lady Cougars held Cache to just two points during the first 10 minutes of their consolation championship contest at the 2018 “Sweet Pea” Tournament in Newcastle Saturday afternoon.

However, the Lady Bulldogs closed the gap to 10-8 at halftime and overwhelmed Ada in the second half en route to a 40-30 win over the Lady Cougars.

Cache outscored Ada 18-10 in a pivotal third-quarter run and closed out the game with a 14-10 fourth quarter.

Ada dropped to 6-10 on the season, with a showdown looming with Class 6A No. 17 Shawnee coming to town tonight. Cache improved to 6-11.

Ada led 8-2 midway through the second quarter. Mikayla Emarthle had four points during that stretch, which also included buckets from Landyn Owens and Taylor Porter. After Cache tied the game at 8-8 on three straight layups, Owens hit a jumper to give Ada its slim 10-8 halftime advantage.

Emarthle finished with 13 points to pace the Ada effort, while Owens followed with 7. Madalyn Jaques, who suffered a sprained ankle in the game, still scored four points for the Lady Cougars, while Alex Hamilton drilled a 3-pointer.

In a previous matchup at the Duncan Tournament this year, Cache edged Ada 39-36. The Lady Bulldogs sank eight 3-pointers in that win but made just two triples on Saturday.

Ashley Turner led the CHS offense with a game-high 22 points.

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Lady Cougars Win At Newcastle Tournament
01/21/18 -

NEWCASTLE — Ada’s bench players helped the Lady Cougars build a double-digit halftime lead, and they cruised from there in a decisive 58-32 win over Chickasha Friday morning at the 2018 “Sweet Pea” Tournament in Newcastle.

Ada improved to 6-9 with the victory and will play for the consolation championship at 1 p.m. today. Chickasha slumped to 2-14.

Ada head coach Christie Jennings said it was nice to see her team rebound from a 27-point, first-round loss to Class 4A No. 17 Blanchard.

“It was a good bounce-back game. We had a lot of scoring, and everybody got to play,” Jennings said following the game.

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