Jamal Henderson also reached double figures with 10 points.
The Wildcats got 12 points from Samuel Bond, while Colton Clements hit double figures with 10 points. Madill committed 27 turnovers in the contest.
“Not taking anything away from Madill, but we’re not going to see many teams like that the rest of the way,” Anderson said.
Next up for Ada is a battle with Harrah, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, at home Friday night.
Anderson and his club are looking forward to the showdown inside the Cougar Activity Center.
“I think we have everything to gain and nothing to lose,” he said. “This is a game we’re supposed to lose. It’s against a Top 3 team in the state. I don’t feel we’re supposed to lose it, but the consensus is around the state is we probably will.”
A win could give Ada a last-minute boost in the rankings.
“If we lose, it probably won’t affect us much. If we win, it can really benefit us,” Anderson said. “It could make a difference come playoff time as far as who we play and where we play. If we play like we played in the first half (against Madill), we certainly have a chance.”