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Ada vs. Bristow

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On Friday, October 23, the Ada High Cougar football team battled against the Bristow Pirates.  Bristow fell to the Cougars leaving Ada with a season record of 4-3 overall and 3-1 in district play.

The Ada Cougar football team charges onto the field for their match up against Bristow.

Photo by Wil Rowe
The Ada Cougar football team charges onto the field for their match up against Bristow.

The Bristow ball carrier attempts to break free from a Cougar tackle. Pictured are Jackson McFarlane (7), Levi Grimes (20), and Christian Maloy (2).

Photo by Wil Rowe
The Bristow ball carrier attempts to break free from a Cougar tackle. Pictured are Jackson McFarlane (7), Levi Grimes (20), and Christian Maloy (2).

The Ada Cougar defense brings down the Bristow ball carrier. Pictured are Reed Townsend (28), Levi Grimes (20), Jonathan Cook (53), Michah Hutchins (65), Christian Maloy (2) and Gage Langley (50).

Photo by Wil Rowe
The Ada Cougar defense brings down the Bristow ball carrier. Pictured are Reed Townsend (28), Levi Grimes (20), Jonathan Cook (53), Michah Hutchins (65), Christian Maloy (2) and Gage Langley (50).

Reed Townsend (28), Vaughn Appleman (8) and Johnathan Cook (53) line up again the Bristow offense.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Reed Townsend (28), Vaughn Appleman (8) and Johnathan Cook (53) line up again the Bristow offense.

Grant Bellard (4) steps up to the line for the Ada Cougars.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Kylen Cooper (4) steps up to the line for the Ada Cougars.

 

Jake Martinez (22) readies for the play.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Jake Martinez (22) readies for the play.

The Ada Cougars line up in diamond formation for a run play up the middle.

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The Ada Cougars line up in diamond formation for a run play up the middle.

Ada quarterback, Gabe Simons (11), runs the ball, dodging the Bristow defense.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Ada quarterback, Gabe Simons (11), runs the ball, dodging the Bristow defense.

Jake Martinez (22) catches a pass and runs it in for a touchdown.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Jake Martinez (22) catches a pass and runs it in for a touchdown.

Jake Martinez runs the ball for an Ada touchdown.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Jake Martinez runs the ball for an Ada touchdown.

Jackson McFarlane (7) attempts the point-after-touchdown.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Jackson McFarlane (7) attempts the point-after-touchdown.

Vaughn Appleman (8) drags down a Bristow player while Christian Maloy (2) makes the tackle.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Vaughn Appleman (8) drags down a Bristow player while Christian Maloy (2) makes the tackle.

A host of Ada Cougars, including Vaughn Appleman (8), Reed Townsend (28), Levi Grimes (20) and Christian Maloy (2), make the tackle for a Bristow loss.

Photo by Wil Rowe
A host of Ada Cougars, including Vaughn Appleman (8), Reed Townsend (28), Levi Grimes (20) and Christian Maloy (2), make the tackle for a Bristow loss.

Grant Bellard (10) and Vaughn Appleman (8) bring down the Bristow ball carrier while Christian Maloy (2) holds off an additional Bristow offensive player.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Grant Bellard (10) and Vaughn Appleman (8) bring down the Bristow ball carrier while Christian Maloy (2) holds off an additional Bristow offensive player.

Kane Moore readies for the play.

Photo by Wil Rowe
Kane Moore readies for the play.

The Ada Cougars line up to defend against Bristow. Pictured: Vaughn Appleman (8), Reed Townsend (28), Grant Bellard (10), Christian Maloy (2), Jackson McFarlane (7) and Kylen Cooper (4).

Photo By Wil Rowe
The Ada Cougars line up to defend against Bristow. Pictured: Vaughn Appleman (8), Reed Townsend (28), Grant Bellard (10), Christian Maloy (2), Jackson McFarlane (7) and Kylen Cooper (4).

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3 Responses to “Footballs and Flashbulbs”

  1. Landry Robinson on November 2nd, 2015 1:23 pm

    This is really cool because it’s fun to look back at these games and have a different angle

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  2. Vaughn appleman on December 4th, 2015 1:25 pm

    Love to see the action from the sidelines it’s a way different pov

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  3. mackenzee on December 8th, 2015 11:51 am

    Wil does really well at his job. Love getting a closer view than we have in the stands!

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