Sports

Thu
03
Aug

Young, Experienced Lady Redskins Return for New Season

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Kingston Lady Redskins will start the 2017 softball campaign on Monday, Aug. 7, when they travel to Antlers.

The Lady Redskins advanced to the Regional Tournament last season where they fell just short, losing to Comanche and Marlow. Kingston made an impressive run with a young team and look to take advantage of that experience.

 

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Thu
03
Aug

Lady ’Cats Return Seven to Diamond for 2017 Season

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Madill Lady Wildcats will return to the diamond on Monday, Aug. 7, when they travel to Hugo to take on the Lady Buffaloes at 5 p.m.

The Lady ’Cats are coming off a 2016 season that ended with Madill coming just short of making the playoffs. Madill will look for their experience to help push them further as the season progresses.

 

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Thu
13
Jul

Three Athletes Represent Madill on Ardmore Cardinals Baseball Team

American Legion Baseball is a national institution, having thrived through a world war, several national tragedies, and times of great prosperity as well as great despair. The Legion still stands behind the traditional values upon which it was founded in 1925.

 

American Legion Baseball has taught hundreds of thousands of young Americans the importance of sportsmanship, good health, and active citizenship. The program is also a promoter of equality, making teammates out of young athletes regardless of their income levels or social standings. American Legion Baseball has been, and continues to be, a stepping stone to manhood for millions of young men who have gone on to serve their country or community, raise families, or play the sport at the highest level.

 

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Thu
13
Jul

Wins Fishing Derby for Girls

Madison Zaber, 8, won First Place in the girls’ division of the 12th Annual Mickey Brown Memorial Fishing Derby held at the Buncombe Creek area of Lake Texoma. There were 102 kids registered in the derby aged 1 to 14. Zaber also won the Overall Biggest Catch with a 3-pound catfish.

 

Ron Baldwin (right), of Twin Ponds Baldwin Properties, presents Zaber (left) with a First Place trophy and a hover board.

 

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Thu
29
Jun

McGahey Signs with SOSU

Eli McGahey, of Kingston, recently signed a Letter of Intent to ride broncs for the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team. McGahey is a 2017 graduate of Kingston High School and will attend SOSU in the fall. Pictured are: Terri McGahey, Erin Williams, Christie Braudrick, Kenzlie Hargis, Kash Mabry, Tara Mabry, Klayten Whitthorne, Eli McGahey, Chubby McGahey, Alicia Williams, and Kyler Joe Mabry

 

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Thu
29
Jun

Kingston Cheer Participates in Camp

The Kingston High School Cheer Team attended the UCA Camp June 5 through June 8 at the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, June 5 through June 8. They brought home three trophies – First Place for Sideline Chants, Second Place for their Cheer, and Third Place Overall. They also received all gold and blue Superior ribbons and brought home the Spirit Stick (after being awarded the Spirit Stick twice).

The girls attending were: Patricia Alvarez, Kayli Bolay, Allison Boone, Alyssa Castillo, Lizzy Cheairs, Shelby Clay, Faith Cornett, MaKenna Daniels, Tatum Davis, Caroline Dowdy, Jenna French, Jillian Hatfield, Alea Hewitt, Kiera Pinnich, Kaylyn Rose, and Aspen Thompson. Castillo won the distinction of All-American Cheerleader. Coaches were Nancy Flowers and Macy Watts. According to Flowers, Watts, a former KHS Cheerleader, was a tremendous help to the team. KHS Cheer learned new cheers, chants, and dances.

 

Thu
15
Jun

Local Men Win 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

Bobby McAdoo, Aaron Cherry, Craig Cavitt, and Garrett Slaughter teamed up on Saturday, June 10, to play in the National Sand Bass Festival’s 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament where they won First Place. The men received a tournament T-shirt and a tumbler with the tournament logo. The tournament was sponsored by First United Bank.

 

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Thu
15
Jun

Little Athletes Participate in Kingston Basketball Camp

The Kingston High School Basketball Program held a four-day Fundamentals Basketball Camp for athletes from kindergarten through fifth-grade. Pictured are the camp participants, along with varsity basketball players and coaches.

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Thu
01
Jun

2017 Madill Soccer League

Avengers - 6 and under

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Thu
25
May

Striped Bass Biting at Lake Texoma, Murray

According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Lake Texoma’s elevation was reported below average on May 16, with water 67 degrees and stained.

Game Warden Bob Wingo stated striped bass and white bass are biting fair on live shad in the main lake. Blue, channel, and flathead catfish are biting fair on cut bait and live shad in river channels and river mouth.

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