- Ada, Oklahoma

Ada City Schools News

April 12, 2012

Ada students score high at ECU Interscholastic Meet

Ada —  

Ada High School amassed 10 first places in the East Central University 2012 Interscholastic Meet and backed that up with a cluster of seconds and thirds to win the large school division. 

Sophomore counselor Martha Nelson, the scholastic team sponor, was elated at the first ECU win in several years.

Though AHS has long enjoyed success at the other two scholastic meets entered by the school, Southeastern and Seminole State, ECU has been the toughest with several larger schools entered each year.

Division 2 was won by New Lima and the small schools division by Preston.


Division 1

Ada Placers


2-Jeremy Bray


3-Jeremy Bray


1-Trista Oberle

3-Jordan Abernathy


3-Delana Cochran

Music Theory

1-Zach Garcia

Russian 1st Year

3-Robert Frazier


3-Stephen Gammill

Algebra 1st Year

2-James Stenson

Physical Science

1-Jason Draper

Creative Writing

3-Tanner Sheffield

Shakespearean Verse Monolog

1-Cole Townsend

Family Relations

1-Cara Atkeson




1-Jason Draper

Computer Programming

1-Ryan Bond


2-Stephen Gammill


2-Colin Earle

Flash Essay

1-Caroline Lawson


1-Allison Stafford

Spanish 1st Year

1-Amelia Stevens


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