ADA, OK -- Non-district play is over for most schools in Oklahoma and it's no exception for the red hot Ada Cougars.
Coach Matt Weber's squad has scorched out to a 3-0 record, outscoring opponents by an average of 28 points a game, and rocketing to fourth overall in Class 4A.
Despite dropping from Class 5A to 4, the cougars still had two 5A a schools on their non-district schedule.
No sweat for them as Wyatt Robson picked apart three separate defenses with his experienced weapons at receiver and new spread offense.
Weber says the first three games are just a warm up and they're now focused on cleaning up some basic fundamentals of football, but at 3-0 the City of Ada is starting to take notice.
"We feel like we can get better in every area, I mean that's sense of urgency. It's also exciting though because our kids realize we're nowhere where we need to be to, hopefully, attain our goal," Weber said.
"The whole school and community is really behind us and supporting us well this year and you hear all the talk around the community about us being undefeated and about winning a state championship, so we're really happy about that," Robson concluded.
Ada will kick against Mannford at 7:30 Friday night.