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ADA, OK -  The Ada Cougars lost one of their teammates to a motorcycle accident.  Friday Night the team dedicated their season to #56 Cody Johnson who lost his life in a wreck Wednesday night after troopers say he hit something in the road while riding his motorcycle on Highway 3 a mile north of Ada. Tonight students and players remember Johnson by dawning his number on their helmets and wearing t-shirts that say "#56 Angel in the Endzone."   His friends say Cody always brightened their day.  The Cougars wore green Friday night in honor of Cody. They say it was his favorite color.