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Jaxson Robinson Named Area's Top Freshman
04/15/18 -

It’s rare these days for a freshman to crack the starting lineup for a Class 4A basketball team, and even more uncommon for a player that age to make a big impact.

Then again, Ada’s Jaxson Robinson isn’t your normal freshman.

Robinson averaged 9.2 points per game, second on the team behind scoring leader Kobe Burgess. The 6-4 playmaker also averaged just over four rebounds per outing, tops on the AHS squad, and is the 2018 Ada News All-Area Boys Freshman of the Year.

“Jaxson has unlimited potential. He struggled a little early in the year, as most freshmen do, but continued to improve throughout the season,” said Ada head coach Garland Parks. “After settling in, he did an outstanding job in every aspect of the game. He has ice in his veins as he’s not afraid of, and wants to take, the big shot.”

Robinson shot a team-leading 41.8 percent from the 3-point stripe and handed out 57 assists.

The talented athlete gave fans a sign of things to come when he scored 50 points in a game as an eighth-grader.

He and Burgess are expected to give the Cougars a tough 1-2 punch next season.

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No. 1 Kingfisher Holds Off Ada
03/10/18 -

EDMOND — The 19th-ranked Ada boys basketball team had juggernaut Kingfisher wobbly for most of their Class 4A State Tournament showdown Thursday night at Deer Creek High School.

However, the Yellowjackets absorbed some of Ada’s best shots and held the Cougars scoreless over the final 4:16 of the game to rally for a 50-45 win.

No. 1 Kingfisher has now won 33 straight games dating back to last year’s state championship run, and its quest for a repeat marches on at 27-0. The Cougars end their season at 21-8.

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Cougars Cook The Elks
03/06/18 -

WASHINGTON — The 19th-ranked Ada Cougars shot a sizzling 75.9 percent from the field and scorched No. 17 Elk City 54-39 Friday in a Class 4A Area Tournament consolation contest hosted by Washington High School.

The Cougars led just 31-28 at halftime and still led just 33-32 after Trent Lewallen drove to the basket and scored with just over six minutes remaining in the third quarter.

However, Ada would follow with a game-changing 15-0 surge that carried into the fourth period to put the game out of reach.

Cody Smith hit a 3-pointer and two layups during the stretch Jake Shannon knocked down a triple, Sam Godwin scored a basket in the paint and Tanner Gilliam capped the run with a conventional three-point play to start the fourth quarter that pushed the AHS lead to 48-32 with 6:02 left.

“We’ve been preaching exercising patience on offense, and we were today. When we do that, we can get good shots. We have a lot of guys that can do things offensively if we’re patient enough to let that happen,” said Ada head coach Garland Parks.

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Ada Boys Coast Past Clinton
03/04/18 -

WASHINGTON — The 19th-ranked Ada High boys basketball team raced to a double-digit halftime lead and coasted past football rival Clinton 53-43 Thursday night at the Class 4A Area Tournament hosted by Washington High School.

It was a game that probably wasn’t as close as the final score might indicate.

Ada improved to 19-7 on the year and had a Class A Area date with No. 17 Elk City Friday at Washington. Clinton saw its season come to an end at 15-13.

The Cougars held Clinton without a field goal in the first quarter in bolting to a 12-6 lead. The Red Tornadoes were 6-of-9 from the free-throw line in the opening frame.

Cody Smith hit a pair of 3-pointers and Jake Shannon added a triple of his own during an 18-13 AHS second-quarter surge to put the locals on top 30-19 at halftime.

Kobe Burgess hit a 3-pointer to open the third period and put Ada on top 33-19. His triple with 1:04 left in the period kept the Cougars on top by 13 at 38-25. Ada carried a 40-30 lead into the final frame.

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Ada Boys Win District
02/20/18 -

The 19th-ranked Ada Cougars got in early foul trouble, had to play a freshman who hadn’t played a minute of varsity basketball before, were without the services of two reserve post players and committed 22 turnovers in their matchup with Blanchard during a Class 4A District championship game Friday night inside the Cougar Activity Center.

Ada still won, 44-35.

“It certainly wasn’t pretty. We didn’t take care of the ball. We didn’t execute offensively or defensively,” said Ada head coach Garland Parks. “It was a struggle for us all around, yet the kids hung tough and made some plays when it counted late in the game, and we were able to come out with a win.”

It was the turnovers that seemed to bother Parks the most.

“We were being really careless with the basketball, which we can’t do at this time of the year,” he said.

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