Sports

Thu
31
Jan

Mat Cats Place Second at Conference

The Mat Cats represented Madill well on Friday, Jan. 25, and Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Midwestern Conference in Shawnee. The Mat Cats fought hard for Second Place with a total of 196.5 points. Bridge Creek took First Place with a total of 220.5 points, and Harrah took Third Place with a total of 181.0 points. Senior, Colt Crowson, at 152 pounds, was the Champion, winning First Place. The other wrestlers who placed were:

Junior, Dylan McCullough, 138 pounds, Second Place;

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Thu
31
Jan

Two Mat Cats Make an Impact on the Mat

Two Mat Cats Make an Impact on the Mat

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Thu
31
Jan

Madill Powerlifting Teams Compete at Dickson

The Wildcats and Lady ‘Cats traveled to Dickson on Friday, Jan. 25, to compete in their first powerlifting competition of the season.

The Powerlifting Teams are under the instruction of Coaches Todd Vargas and Shawn McClellan.

Coach Shawn McClellan said, “Coach Vargas preaches falling in love with the process daily, and these kids do that by showing up at 7 a.m. to grind and embrace and attack the weight room everyday.”

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Thu
18
Apr

MHS Soccer Team to Host Senior Night

The MHS Soccer Teams were hosts to Senior Night against Dove Science Academy. Coach Cortes said, “All the seniors will be missed for their actions on and off the field. It has been an honor to have coached them for the last four years. I wish them all success on their future endeavors.” The boys and girls games brought excitement to the air, as the boys were fighting for first or second in their District. The boys won 1-0, and took First in the District, with Dove Science Academy taking Second in the District. Cole Weiberg had 2 saves, and Ulises Camacho had 7 saves. The team took 13 shots on the goal. Francisco Perez scored the only goal with an assist by Isaac Martinez. The Wildcats will play against Oklahoma Centennial on Friday, April 19.

 

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Wildcat Baseball Team Takes One Win

The Wildcat Baseball Team played three games last week and ended up winning one out of the three games.

Madill v. Tishomingo

The Wildcat Baseball Team started play in Tishomingo on Monday, April 8, against the Tishomingo Indians.

The first inning had the Indians leading 2 to 1. The Wildcats scored one run in the second inning, with the Indians going scoreless.

Both Madill and Tishomingo scored a run in the third, tying the score at 3-all.

The Indians caught fire in the fourth and fifth innings, scoring 3 runs in each, while leaving the Wildcats scoreless in both.

 

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Kingston Takes First Place

The Kingston Redskin Golf Team competed at the Lake Murray Golf Tournament on March 21 and finished as a team in First Place. The Individual scores were as follows: Matthew O’Steen, First; Jesse Rouse, Second;Trey Keatts, Fifth; R.J. Weeks, Sixth; Connor Short, Ninth. Also competing at the tournament were Drew Capps and Tanner Carr.

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Wildcats Tee Off Twice

The Madill Boys Golf Team teed off against the Plainview Indians at Lakeview on April 8. The team received Second Place Overall, with a 365 total score.

Britton Goss shot an 85 – a Top Ten score; Casey Jones finished with an 86 – also a Top Ten score. Riggin Melton and Braelin Bridenstine each shot a 94; Ezekiel Fuentes and Jacob Massey both finished with a 97; and Ian Zang scored a 107.

On April 11, the Wildcats played against Lone Grove at Lake Murray, and took First Place with a 375 total score.

Britton Goss shot a 92; Jacob Massey scored a 93; Casey Jokes finished with a 94; Ezekiel Fuentes shot a 96; Gavin Anderson took a 98; Braelin Bridenstine scored a 103; Ian Zang a 110; Asa Robertson a 111; and Riggin Melton finished with a 117.

 

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Wildcat Track Teams Compete

On Tuesday, April 9, the Lady ‘Cats Track Team competed at OBU. The stats of that competition are as follows:

100m dash: Lala Flores, Fourth Place,14.19.

100m hurdles: Gracie Jaggars, Eighth Place, 18.17.

800m run: Joslyn Stumblingbear,Fourth Place, 2:35.27; Emilie Vann, 2:54.77; Alyssa Maldonado, 2:56.75; Daisy Rosas, 3:06.97; Nathali Ibarra,3:12.95;Kaylynn Green, 3:57.95.

3200 run: ValeriaCalderon,SecondPlace, 12:50.62; Fatima Duenez,Tenth Place,13:52.63; Isabel Sanchez, 14:53.73; Carol Moreno, 15:37.87; Emilie Vann,15:46.01; Lydia Wiese, 16:17.68; Fernanda Hernandez, 16:30.26.

 

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Madill Football Team Receives Donation

The Wildcat Football Team received a $2,500 donation from Lauren’s Legacy Foundation.

The donation was given to purchase 60 Guardian caps. The caps reduce 30 percent of the impact from a collision to the head.

Lauren’s Legacy Foundation was founded in 2015 after Lauren (a seventh grader at Dickson who had ties to Madill) was killed in an ATV accident in 2014.

According to the foundation, “Lauren had strong ties to the Madill area, her Great Grandparents, Roy and Ruth McAdoo, were prominent citizens for many years before passing away. Roy was an Elementary Principal and assistantsuperintendent in Madill from 1969-1975. Lauren’s great-uncle, Randy McAdoo, owns Pharmacy Plus.”

Lauren’s parents wanted to honor their daughter’s memory by helping athletic programs.

 

 

Thu
11
Apr

MHS Track Competes at Sulphur

The Madill Wildcats and Lady ‘Cats Track Teams headed to Sulphur on April 5 to participate in the Rock Creek Invitational Track Meet.

Lady ‘Cats: 4x800m relay: Joslyn Stumblingbear, Valeria Calderon, Destiney Adams, and Fatima Duenez; Third Place (11:00.55).

110m hurdles: Gracie Jaggars, Sixth Place (18.78).

 

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