- Ada, Oklahoma


April 16, 2013

Ada Junior High Tennis Tournament Results

Ada — Saturday, April 13


At Ada Junior High Tennis Tournament

Team Standings

1. Heritage Hall    62

2. Ada    52

3. Edmond Sequoyah    49

4. Edmond Cimmaron    45

5. Durant    40

6. Edmond Memorial    36

(tie) McAlester    36

8. Duncan    35

9. Byng    27

10. Ardmore    26

11. Shawnee    17


Ada Individual Results


1. Jordan Michael (Durant) def. Chad Whittington (Ada) 6-1, 6-0 (3rd Place).

2. Harrison Boggs (Ada) def. Ben Domingue (McAlester) 6-4, 6-2 (3rd Place).

2. Juan Oseguera (Ada II) def. Trader Johnston (Ardmore) 8-1 (11th Place).


1. Cohlimia/Kaiser (Heritage Hall) def. Daniel Carpenter-Hunter Frazier (Ada) 6-4, 1-6, 10-6 (1st Place).

2. Will Rowe-Brandon Todd (Ada) def. Baldridge-Multani (Edmond Cimmaron) 7-5, 7-5 (3rd Place).

2. Ethan Clark-Chris Spain (Ada II) def. Logan-Roark (Shawnee) 8-1 (11th Place).

 NOTEWORTHY: The Ada boy’s team qualified for the Junior High Tennis Team State Championships in Tulsa on May 17.

Up Next: Ada boys at Ardmore Junior High Tennis Tournament  Thursday.

Friday, April 12


Ada Junior High Tennis Tournament

Team Standings

1. Edmond Sequoyah    58

(tie) Duncan    58

3. Edmond Cimmaron    50

4. Heritage Hall    47

5. Ada    45

6. Byng    35

7. McAlester    33

8. Edmond Memorial    28

(tie) Shawnee    28

10. Durant    24

11. Ardmore    19

(tie) Pauls Valley    19


Ada Individual Results


1. Karsen Sheffield (Ada) def. Molly Ervin (McAlester) 6-3, 7-5 (5th Place).

2. Cydney Linehan (McAlester) def. Maggie Summers (Ada) 6-0, 6-0 (7th Place).

2. Maci McCoy (Durant) def. Savannah Cloar (Ada II) 8-5 (13th Place).


1. Lauren Burden-Morganne Freeman (Ada) def. Acuna-Rose (Edmond Cimmaron) 6-4, 7-5 (3rd Place).

1. Bratcher-Dobbins (Pauls Valley) def. Lauryn Hawkins-Maggie Johnson (Ada II) 8-1 (13th Place).

2. McKenzie Dean-Kendal Johnson (Ada) def. Byrne-McCoy (Edmond Cimmaron) 6-2, 6-2 (3rd Place).

2. Koch-Koch (Heritage Hall II) def. Alyson Hawkins-Cadey Netherton (Ada II) 8-1 (13th Place).

2. Johnson-Namuhmuh (McAlester) def. Gillian Cloar-Madyson Mitchell (Ada III) 8-0 (15th Place).

Up Next: Ada at Ardmore Junior High Tournament Thursday.


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