|01/14/13 - Easton Pingleton was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Football Team. |
“It is a great honor for me, and for my teammates who worked so hard all season, all through our careers at Ada,” Pingleton said.
“He’s as good as there is. He gives 100 percent and helps himself with his jumping ability and his 4.4 speed,” said Ada head coach Matt Weber. “He made all three lists, the OCA, Oklahoman and the Tulsa World.”
The OCA teams are the official representatives and meet in the All-State game in August.
The squads are composed of 36-member East and West teams with the dividing line roughly along I-35. Ada is grouped with the East.
Pingleton was also selected as a kick returner on The Oklahoman’s 100th All-State team. He was also honored a year ago by that publication as a By Class 5A All-Stater.
Runningmates QB Wyatt Robson and Mason Girdley both received honorable mention in The Oklahoman.
For the OCA team, Pingleton was named with three other wide receivers for the East.
The game will be played at 8 p.m. Aug. 2 at a venue to be announced in the Tulsa area. Though many selections have chosen not to participate in the game in recent years, Pingleton is excited and plans to be there.
“I wouldn’t miss it for anything. It is an honor to represent my school and to meet all the other All-Staters,” Pingleton said.
The 36-member squads will be helmed by head coaches Greg Wermer, Poteau, for the East and Dale Brown, Mount St. Mary, for the West.
The OCA also selects All-Star teams for each class. Robson and Girdley are on the Class 4A East list.
“Robson and Girdley made the All-Star by Class and could be picked up for the game. Wyatt will most likely already be there for All-State golf,” Weber said.
|11/29/12 - |
Cougars Dominate the 4A-2 All-District Team
Player of the Year:
Wyatt Robson, Ada
Christopher High, Douglass
Offensive Player of the Year:
Easton Pingleton, Ada
Defensive Player of the Year:
Harris, Terry, Douglass
Special Teams Player of the Year:
Dakota Jordan, McLoud
Receiver of the Year:
Stout, John Ada
Rickey, Tanner Tecumseh
Mahtapene, Zaylon McLoud
Offensive Lineman of the Year:
Wolf, Brad Tecumseh
Stanford, Cade Ada
Salgado, Rodrigo SFS
Quarterback of the Year:
Owen, Colton Tecumseh
Offensive Back of the Year:
Girdley, Mason Ada
Wyatt, Chavez Douglass
Tramble, Julian Tecumseh
Tight End of the Year:
Abbott, Kyle McLoud
Defensive End of the Year:
Johnson, Cody Ada
Givens, Brandon McLoud
Colvin, Jordan Tecumseh
Defensive Tackle of the Year:
Hurst, Curtis Harrah
Frazier, Lee Douglass
Inside Linebacker of the Year:
Clark, Nathan McLoud
Thompson Dalton, Ada
Outside Linebacker of the Year:
Dunn, D’angelo Ada
Trahan, Gage Tecumseh
Leach, Andrew DE
Blackwell, Dakota CB
Read, Bradley LB
Billy, Ryan OL
Covington, Ryan DL
Bailey, Jordan TE
Godwin, Ben CB
|11/20/12 - |
On To The Semi-finals!
The Ada Cougars continued their impressive play-off run with a huge win over Cleveland High School last Friday night. This week's opponent will be the Clinton Red Tornadoes. The Class 4A Semi-final game will be played at Putnam City High School.
Classc 4A Semi-final - Friday, November 23:
- Ada vs. Clinton
- Putnam City High School - 5300 NW 50th, OKC
- 7:30 PM
- Tickets will go on sale at the West ticket booth at 5:30 PM. All other gates will open at 6 PM.
- Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $5 for students
Ada fans will sit on the south side of the Stadium.
|11/11/12 - |
The Ada Cougars took care of business by beating Woodward High School in the first round of the Class 4A Football Playoffs. Now it's on to Round 2 this Friday night against Cleveland High School.
The second round play-off game will be:
Ada vs. Cleveland
Friday, November 16, 2012
Norris Field – Ada, OK
Second round ticket prices will be:
$5 for adults
$5 for students
Tickets will be available for pre-sale at Ada High School and the Board of Education Office starting Wednesday morning through 1:00 PM Friday afternoon.
The OSSAA Play-off Pass is the only pass that will admit the holder to a play-off game.
|11/09/12 - The Ada Cougars' mission to win a Class 4A District championship has now been accomplished. Now it's on to bigger and better things.|
The fourth-ranked Cougars will have at least one eye on a 20th state championship when they open their 2012 playoff schedule in the form of a first-round date with Woodward Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Norris Field.
Ada will face a Woodward team that enters the playoffs with a 4-6 record and finished fourth in District 4A-1 behind Anadarko, Clinton and Weatherford.
While the Cougars — who have yet to taste defeat this season — will be heavy favorites on paper, Weber said his team won't take anything for granted in the playoffs.
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