Sports

Thu
19
Oct

Try to Keep Up With Them

By Tina Firquain

Madill and Kingston Cross-Country will be represented in the State Meet Oct. 21, after placing well enough in the Regional Meet on Saturday, Oct. 14.

The Madill Lady ‘Cats placed Third as a team, and the Wildcats placed Fourth as a team.

The Kingston Redskins finished in Seventh Place. Ellie Nickell ran for the Lady ’Skins and placed 12th as an Individual.

The Lady ‘Cats ran an impressive average time of 14:04.41, right behind Plainview and Pauls Valley.

 

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Thu
19
Oct

Wolves Land Vicious Bite on Redskins

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins (5-2, 2-1) suffered their first District loss on Friday night against the ranked Davis Bulldogs (5-2, 4-0). Despite an early 7-7 tie, the Wolves broke free late in the first quarter and scored 42 additional points to give them a 49-17 victory over Kingston. Davis’ run game was fierce as the Wolves racked up 470 total rushing yards.

Davis scored their first touchdown on a 50-yard run by quarterback Payton Weber on just the third play of the game. Noah Goodin made the extra-point kick to give the Wolves an early 7-0 lead over Kingston.

The Redskins, however, answered two plays later with a 64-yard run by Dalton Williams, giving Kingston a touchdown. Trey Keatts was successful on the extra-point kick, tying the game at 7-7 with 9:50 remaining in the first quarter.

 

Thu
12
Oct

Seminole Commands Field In District Win at Madill

By Molly Raley

The Chieftains held Madill (3-4, 0-3) scoreless until the end of the third quarter, scoring 44 unanswered points. Seminole (5-1, 2-0) eventually claimed a 44-7 victory over the Wildcats.

Seminole scored its first touchdown of the night on a 30-yard run by Jamon Dennis with 9:48 remaining in the first quarter. Cameron Gunville ran into the end zone for a successful two-point conversion, putting the Chieftains in the lead over Madill 8-0.

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Thu
12
Oct

Redskins Claim Shutout Victory over Tishomingo

By Molly Raley

Scoring 21 points in the third quarter sealed the Redskins’ (5-1, 2-0) 31-0 shutout victory over District rival Tishomingo (0-7, 0-3) on Friday night.

The game was close in the first quarter after Kingston’s Trey Keatts made a 29-yard field goal to put the Redskins on the board with a 3-0 lead over the Indians. That lead stuck and Kingston added to it later in the first quarter when Rylee Holmes connected with Tyler Blanchard for a 51-yard touchdown pass. Keatts made the extra-point kick, giving Kingston a 10-0 lead over Tishomingo.

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Thu
12
Oct

Pre-State Challenge Accepted: Cross-Country Runners Unleashed

By Tina Firquain

The Madill and Kingston Cross-Country teams both ran in a meet at Oklahoma Baptist University on Oct. 5 for a pre-state challenge.

Kingston’s Lady Redskins ran in a 3,200-meter event for 3A. Ellie Nickell was the top finisher for the girls. She placed 27th, with a time of 14:50.28.

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Thu
05
Oct

Kingston Returns to Action this Week

Garrette Voyles and the rest of the Redskins will be returning to football action tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 6) when they travel to Tishomingo.

 

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Thu
05
Oct

Lady Redskins End Season At Regional Tournament

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Kingston Lady Redskins lost a first-round, extra-inning battle to Marlow, but two consecutive wins put them in the Regional Finals to face No. 3 ranked Washington.

Scoring run after run, the Lady Redskins put up a hard fought game, but the Lady Warriors overtook Kingston to advance to the Class 3A State Tournament. Marlow 6, Kingston 2 In a first-round matchup, both Kingston and Marlow were neck-andneck throughout the contest, taking a 0-0 ballgame into the eighth inning.

The Lady Redskins had two runners make it to third base, but they were unable to capitalize on the advantage.

 

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Thu
28
Sep

Kingston Conquers Bulldogs in First District Matchup

By Molly Raley

Kingston (4-1, 1-0) scored on the opening kickoff to take a lead over Stratford (0-5, 0-1), and the Redskins never looked back, scoring 42 points while holding the Bulldogs scoreless throughout the contest.

The victory gave Kingston their first District win of the season.

“I was very pleased with our efforts,” head coach John Caraway said. “We cleaned up the penalty problems we had been having, and we did a lot better job of knowing the assignments. Overall, it was a great effort.”

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Thu
28
Sep

Lady Redskins Triumphant over Valliant in District Matchup

By Molly Raley

Outscoring their opponent 14-4 in two games, the Kingston Lady Redskins earned the District Championship over Valliant in a best of three series on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

“We hit well. We pitched well, but we weren’t as sharp on defense as I would like for us to be,” head coach Darron Henson said. “We are going to have to be cleaner this week, but overall I thought they played well.”

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Thu
21
Sep

2017 Madill Football Homecoming

The Madill High School football homecoming has been scheduled for 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 22, prior to the Wildcats’ football game with the Sulphur Bulldogs.

The school system has announced that a “Decades Theme” has been selected for the floats that will be featured in a parade at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, in downtown Madill. A vote by students in their English classes will determine exact displays.

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