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Ada boys end season at district tournament

Ada boy’s end season at district tournament

About the Writer Abby Machetta, Photo Editor
March 4, 2021
My good-bye to basketball

My good-bye to basketball

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Photo Editor
February 20, 2020
“As a new student at Ada High School I am really enjoying the new teachers. They are very helpful. I really like the off campus lunch, and I’m not really used to starting school so early or the different bell schedules and Im not really used to that. I’m mostly excited about playing basketball and getting to be a part of a team. -Carizma Nelson

Humans of Ada

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Photo Editor
February 10, 2020
The Ada Cougar Activities Center holds the home court of the Cougar basketball team.

December 10, 2018
Head coach Christie Jennings huddles with her team during a pre-season scrimmage.

Lady Cougar basketball back in action

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Staff writer
December 11, 2017
Basketball is going well. Im working really hard. I struggled at the beginning of it. I struggled because I tore my ACL last year, my junior year. I am a senior this year, [and] Im trying to finish out the year strong. Ive  proven myself for everything. Im very fast, very strong and very aggressive. When it comes to the court, if Im making a mistake, I always fix it right then and there. DezMonty Wright

Humans of Ada

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Staff Writer/Photographer
October 5, 2017
Court is in session for the royalty of Ada High. The 2017 Homecoming King and Queen candidates fund raise to see who will reign supreme.

Ada High prepares to crown new homecoming king, queen

About the Writer Tyler Mitchell, Senior Staff Writer/Photo Editor
September 27, 2017
The grudge match between the OKC Thunder and former leader, Kevin Durant, continues to escalate both online and on the court.

Thunder vs Durant

About the Writer Nik Newby, Sports Writer
March 24, 2017
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