Shawnee defense slows Cougars down
Ada boys coach Ron Anderson had to like the way the game started out against Class 5A No. 13 Shawnee Monday night inside the Cougar Activity Center.
Boys and Girls Basketball Roundup
Feb. 18, 2014
East Central splits pair in Alva
The East Central University women’s basketball team bounced back from a Thursday night loss to Southwestern and earned a 62-50 win over Northwestern Oklahoma State in Great American Conference action Saturday inside the Percefull Fieldhouse.
Vanoss girls bury Waurika
The Vanoss Lady Wolves, behind a relentless defensive effort, limited Waurika to single-digit scoring in each quarter and coasted to a 40-22 victory in a Class A first-round district encounter on Friday.
Latta boys turn back Lindsay
The Class 2A second-ranked Latta Panthers went on a 19-10 fourth-quarter run and registered a 42-35 come-from-behind home victory over the Class 3A 17th-ranked Lindsay Leopards on Thursday night.
Byng boys clip Konawa
The Byng Pirates got off to a quick start with 24 first-quarter points and cruised to a 72-60 victory over the visiting Konawa Tigers on Friday night at Bill Koller Fieldhouse.
Stonewall boys edge Mustangs in district dogfight
Way back when small-school playoff pairings were announced, Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland told everyone who asked that the Class A District Tournament matchup against old rival Allen was a disservice to both teams.
Roff girls push past Stonewall in district matchup
The Stonewall offense was stymied by Roff during a critical stretch that began in the second quarter and carried over into the third, and that lull proved to be the difference in the game.
Camron Large follows in grandfather's footsteps
Following in the foot(ball)steps.
Ada girls upset No. 3 Harrah
Two weeks ago in the Cougar Activity Center, Ada girls coach Christie Jennings watched her team squander a fourth-quarter lead and drop a 39-34 decision to third-ranked Harrah.
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