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Lady Cougars Continue To Be Honored
04/19/17 - The awards keep rolling in for Ada-area players and coaches.

At the recent Oklahoma Coaches Association Region 6 meeting in McAlester, six coaches in the area won Coach of the Year awards.

Ada’s Christie Jennings was named the Girls Basketball Coach of the Year; Ada’s Kyle Bohannon was named the Wrestling Coach of the Year

Ada’s Dean, Jessepe and Payton Taylor were all listed on the Class 4A All Star by Class team while Ada’s Ben Pruitt was named to the OCA Class 4A All Star by Class squad.

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Four Cougars Make College Choices
04/15/17 -

Four Ada seniors will continue their basketball careers at the college level after signing letters of intent earlier this week.

McKenzie Dean and Aneli Thomsen both signed with Northwestern Oklahoma State in Alva. Payton Taylor is headed to Oklahoma City University and Madalyn Jessepe has signed with Murray State College in Tishomingo.

“This is an exciting day,” Ada girls basketball coach Christie Jennins said at the college signing ceremony Thursday afternoon at the high school student center. “It was a little chaotic ... because we’ve never had four do this all at the same time. It’s pretty impressive to have four from the same team go play college ball.”

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Lady Cougars Lose In Semi-Finals
03/13/17 -

The Ada Lady Cougars were eliminated from state championship contention Friday in the Class 4A tournament in Oklahoma City, losing to rival Harrah 44-31. 

Watch for additional coverage of this event in The Ada News and at theadanews.com.

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Lady Cougars Clip Classen, 47-45
03/11/17 -

OKLAHOMA CITY — It all came down to one final play.

Kaity Redman took an inbounds pass from McKenzie Dean with 5.5 seconds left and then passed it back to her open teammate, who headed straight toward the basket and hit a layup to break a tie and help No. 4 Ada clip No. 3 Classen SAS 47-45 in the first round of the Class 4A State Tournament Thursday night inside the State Fair Arena.

Ada improved to 22-4 on the year and played Harrah Friday evening in a semifinal contest. The Lady Comets’ season came to an end at 28-3.

“It was crazy, crazy, crazy. I guess that’s the way it’s supposed to be up here,” said Ada head coach Christie Jennings.

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No. 4 Ada To Meet No. 3 Classen
03/08/17 -

When pairings for the Class 4A girls state tournament were unveiled Sunday, the fourth-ranked Ada’s path to a gold ball couldn’t have been any tougher — at least on paper.

If the higher-ranked teams continue to win, the Lady Cougars would have to defeat the No. 3 Classen SAS, No. 2 Harrah and No. 1 Fort Gibson, in that order, to bring home the gold.

“It’s crazy. Classen getting upset (by Anadarko) messed the whole bracket up,” said Ada head coach Christie Jennings.

“When you go up there, you have to beat the best anyway. It’s going to be tough, but it will definitely be worth it in the end if we can get it done,” she continued. “We’re just going to take it one day at a time. We’re just going to concentrate on Classen and try to get to Friday.”

Ada meets the Lady Comets at 7 p.m. Thursday at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City.

Jennings and company are no strangers to Classen SAS and superstar guard Taylor Robert. The Lady Comets eliminated Ada from the playoffs last season. Classen SAS defeated Ada 78-46 last March in an area tournament contest behind 39 points from Roberts.

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