- Ada, Oklahoma


December 3, 2012

Ada girls ready to rumble

Ada — Christie Jennings finally learned who her first-ever opponent would be as the head coach of the Ada Lady Cougars last week during a coaches meeting to determine the seedings of this week's Oklahoma Baptist University Bison Invitational that kicks off Thursday in Shawnee.

Ada, ranked No. 12 in Class 4A, will meet Tecumseh in a first-round matchup at 1:30 p.m.

"I know coach (Amy) Shelby has been there a while and does a good job," Jennings said. "But we're really just more worried about ourselves than any of our opponents right now."

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