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Lady Cougars Season Comes To An End
03/11/20 -

MIDWEST CITY — The Ada High girls basketball team played well for three of the four quarters against No. 9 Tuttle in a Class 4A Area Tournament consolation title game Saturday night in Midwest City.

Unfortunately, for the Lady Cougars, every quarter counts.

The Lady Tigers outscored Ada 16-5 in a decisive third-quarter run, then held off a late AHS comeback bid in a 49-43 win.

Tuttle advances to this week’s Class 4A State Tournament at 23-5, while Ada’s season comes to a close at 23-6.

“At times tonight, we showed our youth. We got our heads down and showed some frustration,” said Ada head coach Christie Jennings. “But just like we have all season, we fought and clawed our way back in it.

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Lady Cougars Defeat Sulphur In Area Playoff Game
03/08/20 -

MIDWEST CITY — Ada sophomore Jaeden Ward stepped to the line for the two biggest free throws of her life against Sulphur in an epic Class 4A Area Tournament rematch Friday afternoon inside the J.E. Sutton Field House in Midwest City.

She calmly swished them both.

Ward’s free throws with 22.5 seconds left in the game helped No. 15 Ada hold off the 13th-ranked Lady Bulldogs 46-41 and hand Sulphur both of its playoff losses.

Ada improved to 22-4 and advanced to a Class 4A Area Tournament consolation championship contest at 6:30 p.m. today back in Midwest City. The Lady Cougars will face the winner of an area championship battle between No. 1 Anadarko and No. 9 Tuttle,with a berth in next week’s state tournament on the line.

Sulphur saw its season end at 23-4. The Lady Cougars topped the Lady Bulldogs 45-41 in Class 4A Regional Tournament play last week.

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Lady Cougars Slid Past Harding Prep
03/08/20 -

MIDWEST CITY — The Ada High girls basketball team used a big fourth quarter to push past Harding Prep Charter 49-39 Thursday night in a Class 4A Area Tournament consolation game in Midwest City.

The 15th-ranked Lady Cougars improved to 22-5 on the year and were scheduled to battle No. 13 Sulphur in a rematch from last week’s regional tournament Friday afternoon in an elimination game. Harding Prep is done at 22-8.

“When you’re finding ways to win in March, it’s always a good thing,” said Ada head coach Christie Jennings. “We found a way to get it done tonight — survive and advance.”

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Anadarko Hits 13 Threes in Win Over Lady Cougars
03/03/20 -

No. 1 Anadarko played the part to a T against No. 15 Ada Saturday night in a Class 4A Regional Tournament championship game inside the Cougar Activity Center.

The Lady Warriors knocked down 14 3-pointers, forced 24 turnovers, had 16 steals and raced past the Lady Cougars 77-37.

Anadarko improved to 25-1 on the year and extended its winning streak to 23 games. The Lady Warriors lone loss was to Tulsa Union back in December. In overtime.

Meanwhile, Ada — now 21-5 — was sent into the Class 4A Area Tournament consolation bracket and will meet Harding Charter at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Midwest City.

Anadarko has now defeated three straight playoff opponents by a combined score of 211-82. That’s an average of 70.3 points per game to 27.3 points per game.

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Lady Cougars Defeat Blanchard To Win District
02/25/20 -

The Ada High girls basketball team wasn’t razor-sharp against Blanchard during a Class 4A District championship contest Saturday night inside the Cougar Activity Center.

Coach Christie Jennings’ club was still plenty good enough to surge past the scrappy Lady Lions, 47-34.

The 15th-ranked Lady Cougars improved to 20-4 on the year and set up an epic Class 4A Regional Tournament showdown with No. 13 Sulphur (21-3). That contest is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Ada. Blanchard fell to 13-11.

“We found a way to get it done. I’m telling you right now, Blanchard is a good basketball team and probably shouldn’t have been put in this position,” said Ada head coach Christie Jennings. “I wouldn’t be surprised if we see them over in the area tournament at some point.”

Jennings said nerves played a role in the Lady Cougars not getting much separation until late. Ada led just 26-20 at halftime and when Lauren Coffman scored early in the fourth period, the Lady Lions trailed 34-28.

This was the first playoff victory for all but two players on the Ada High roster.

“After the game, I was bragging on them for finishing. I told them to stand up if you just won your first playoff game, and three-fourths of the locker room stood up,” she said. “I think we were more nervous than we realized we were going to be. We let the moment be bigger than it needed to be, and our kids kind of played tight. They were tense at times. They forgot for a little while that it was supposed to be fun and to play relaxed.”

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