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Cougar Football
03/29/16 -

Ada Football Spring/Summer Schedule:

Save the Date

May 16-May 20th: First week of Varsity Spring Football

May 23-24: 2nd week of Varsity Spring Football

May 25-26: Varsity Football Team Camp at Noble High School

May 27-June 12th: Off

June 13-14,16-17: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

June 15,16,17: Cougar Football Camp 7th-9th grade at the Linda & Archie Dunham Indoor.

June 20-21,23-24: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

June 27-28,30,July 1: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

July 4-8: Off

July 11-12,14-15: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

July 13,14,15: Cougar Football Camp 3rd-6th grade at the Linda & Archie Dunham Indoor.

July 18-19,21-22: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

July 25-26,28-29: Cougar Country Club grades 7-12 at the Craig McBroom complex.

August 1-5: Cougar Country Club grades 9-12 only at the Craig McBroom complex

August 4:Team Meeting and Parent Meeting

August 8: 2016 Football Practice Starts!!!

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Cougar Football
11/10/15 -

By Jeff Cali - Sports Editor - Ada News


Ada sophomore Jackson McFarlane split the uprights with a 20-yard field goal as time expired as the eighth-ranked Cougars rallied from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to stun No. 7 Harrah 36-33 in a Week 10 thriller Friday night at Norris Field.

 

Ada improved to 6-3 overall, but more importantly, 5-1 in District 4A-2 play. The Panthers are also now 6-3, but finished 4-2 in league play. Ada finished second in the district behind champion and second-ranked Tuttle and earned the right to host Clinton — who beat Elk City Friday.

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Cougar Football
11/06/15 -

By Jeff Cali - Sports Editor - Ada News

 

No. 8 Ada will host No. 7 Harrah with a home playoff game on the line during a highly-anticipated Week 10 match-up Friday night at Norris Field.

 

Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

 

The Panthers enter the game at 6-2 overall, while Ada is 5-3. Both teams are 4-1 in District 4A-2 play. Tuttle has already sewed up the 4A-2 title. The Ada-Harrah winner will be second and the loser third. Either Bristow and Tecumseh will earn the fourth playoff spot from 4A-2.

 

The winner will host the victor between Clinton and Elk City, while the loser will head to Cache for a first-round playoff contest.

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Cougar Football
11/03/15 -

By Jeff Cali - Sports Editor - Ada News

 

The Ada High rushing game was scary good against Tecumseh during a rain-soaked road game Friday night.

 

Senior tailback Shiloh Windsor rushed for 276 yards and three scores, while quarterback Gabe Simons added 103 yards as the Cougar splashed and dashed past Tecumseh 42-27.

 

It was pouring rain nearly the entire first half and the field was muddy mess the remainder of the game.

 

Ada improved to 5-3 overall and 3-1 in District 4A-2 play while Tecumseh sank to 2-7 and 1-4.

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Cougar Football
10/27/15 -

By Jeff Cali - Sports Editor - Ada News

 

The Ada Cougars had trouble slowing down Bristow’s option attack at times during their Week 8 matchup Friday night at Norris Field. But the Ada defense got two huge stops late in the fourth quarter to preserve a nail-biting 21-13 win.

 

Ada defensive lineman Micah Hutchins brought down elusive Bristow quarterback Ira Hurst for no gain on a huge fourth down play at the Ada 38, with 2:03 left on the clock. The Purple Pirates had moved the ball from their own 26.

 

Bristow had one last gasp. A 47-yard Gabe Simons punt that skipped through a Bristow return man’s hands left the Purple Pirates starting a drive at their own 15 with just 38 seconds left. Hurst managed to move his offense to the Ada 43 — scampering 19 yards on Bristow’s next-to-last play. But his desperation pass with five seconds left in the game was intercepted by Jackson McFarlane as time expired. 

 

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