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Trimming the Lions’ Claws

Trimming the Lions’ Claws

Darren Hawkins, Sports Editor
January 27, 2015 • 413 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The journey was close to home as the Cougars went to Durant.  As the game began, the Cougars set off to try to get the upper hand on the Lions.  The intensity of the game was high through out the whole game as the two teams battled for the win. The Cougars' offense came out a little rocky, but soon...

Let’s Blue Out Diabetes

Let’s Blue Out Diabetes

Tiyanna Melendez, reporter
January 23, 2015 • 368 views
Filed under Sports

Friday, January 16th, Ada High's Varsity boys and girls played Duncan at home at 8:00pm. Wearing blue to the game on Friday was a great opportunity to show support for diabetes awareness. Coach Anderson said, "Blue-out is important to me personally because my father was diagnosed with diabetes...

Bending it like Beckham: Soccer

Bending it like Beckham: Soccer

Jacob Faulkenberry, Writer
January 14, 2015 • 574 views
Filed under News, Sports, Student Life

Ada Cougar Soccer Season has began. They got the ball rolling on Jan. 5th with their season's long practices, early morning weightlifting, and everything else that comes with soccer season. They have a full schedule and good teams in their district. The first soccer scrimmage of the 2015 season is...

Couganns Kick Their Way To Another State Title

Couganns Kick Their Way To Another State Title

Tiyanna Melendez and Jacob Faulkenberry
January 14, 2015 • 796 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Ada High School Couganns recently won their 10th consecutive state championship. After putting in over 200 hours of practice during and after school, as well as on weekends, they reached their goal. The Couganns' coach, Cara Waters, was pleased with the results. "It was a moment that all of...

A Close Shave With the Savages

A Close Shave With the Savages

Darren Hawkins, Sports Editor
January 14, 2015 • 364 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

As the lights dimmed and the howl of the crowd decreased, the jump of the game happened.  The Cougars had been practicing to face the Savages all break and all the hard work was paying off in the first quarter.  The game was going to be a close and competitive  but the Cougars were in it to win it. The...

Hackey Sack at Ada High School

Hackey Sack at Ada High School

Aaron Compton
January 14, 2015 • 543 views
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Sports, Student Life

At Ada High School hackey sack is a popular past time. Hackey sack is a game that allows players to build better sportsmanship and coordination. Hackey sack is a game where you try to keep the sack off the ground using only your head, feet, knees, and chest. Hackey sack can be played solo or in...

Ada’s in for New Coaching

Ada’s in for New Coaching

Ashley Worth and Darren Hawkins
January 9, 2015 • 562 views
Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

The latest football season was a great disappointment as the Ada Cougars lost in the first round of playoffs to Weatherford.  The community was devastated with the loss as the Cougars loaded back on the bus. The coaches and the players alike were heartbroken. Later after the game, the head coach, Matt...

Colliding With the Comets

Colliding With the Comets

Darren Hawkins, Sports Editor
December 17, 2014 • 449 views
Filed under Sports

The crowds' roars were dulled to an anticipating silence as the game started.  The Ada Cougars first basketball game of the regular season was up against the Dickson Comets. As the score continued to rise, so did the the fire inside the student section.  As soon as the eighth point was scored for the...

Dunking Over the Competition

Darren Hawkins, Sports Editor
December 11, 2014 • 401 views
Filed under Sports

As the music softened to a quite hum, the tournament in OBU started to begin.  Ada was faced up against Chandler in the first round.  The Cougars came out with such fire, that they took an early lead.  As the game went on, Chandler tried to make a comeback.  The Cougars wouldn't give in to the Lions...

Let the Duels Begin: Tennis

Let the Duels Begin: Tennis

Jacob Faulkenberry, Writer
December 10, 2014 • 391 views
Filed under Sports, Student Life

Tennis season is right around the corner.  As the 2014-2015 season begins, people begin to wonder, what is going to happen this year in tennis? Ada's tennis coach, Skip Griese, was named 2013 Boys Tennis Coach of The Year by the National Federation of High School Coaches. Griese has coached the...

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