Sports

Thu
07
Dec

Kingston Dominates Madill in First Cross-County Meeting

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins showed up in dominate fashion for the first cross-county meeting with Madill.

The Lady Redskins jumped ahead of Madill early and never looked back, earning a 30-point victory, 65-35.

On the boys’ side, the Redskins won the third quarter 22-8 to eventually seal a big 70-36 win over the Wildcats.

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Thu
07
Dec

Madill Blows 30-9 Lead, Takes Close Loss to Plainview

By Molly Raley

The Madill Wildcats suffered a close 39-36 loss to Plainview in the first dual match up of the wrestling season.

According to head coach Jim Love, it was a night of let downs, as the Wildcats blew a 30-9 lead, allowing the Indians to come back and win the contest.

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Thu
30
Nov

Madill Wrestlers Place in Preseason Open

The Madill Wildcats traveled to the Southmoore Open on Saturday, Nov. 18, where four Mat Cats placed in their weight divisions. Dylan McCullough placed First in the 132-pound division. Damian Ramirez wrestled to a Third Place finish in the 126-pound division.

Dakotah Gruver (138 pounds) and Coty Tweedy (182 pounds) each earned Fourth Place in their respective divisions. On Wednesday, Nov. 22, the Wildcats had seven wrestlers place in the top four of their respective divisions. Chris Bennett (106) placed Second, Ramirez (126) placed Second, Gruver (138) placed Second, Zane Crisp (220) placed Second, Tweedy (182) placed Third, Jacob Massey (132) placed Fourth, and Rio Bonham placed Fourth. The Wildcats will officially open their season on Tuesday, Dec. 5, when they wrestle at home against Plainview.

 

Thu
30
Nov

Redskins Earn 20-Point Victory over Caddo in Season Opener

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

 

On Tuesday night, the Kingston Redskins began the 2017-2018 season, traveling to Caddo to face the Bruins. The Lady Redskins started the night with a 50-26 victory over Caddo, while the Redskins followed with a 20-point sweep of the Bruins

Girls.

It took the first quarter for the Lady Redskins to warm up in the season opener as Kingston scored just nine points in the opening period. Caddo managed a three-point shot and a made free throw to give them four points, putting them just behind Kingston after the first quarter. In the second, however, the Lady Redskins’ pressure defense took control, as Kingston scored 22 points in the quarter while holding Caddo to just nine points.

 

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Wed
22
Nov

The Madill Lady Wildcats’

PLAYERS FOR the Madill Lady Wildcats’ 2017-2018 season are: (front, l to r) Brooklyn Erwin, Rylee Ruff, Madison Jowers, Cloe Austin, Kortlyn Yow, (back) Maria Flores, Kelsie Lambertsen, Caitlyn Gillis, Leslie Smith, Kristen Chapa, and Ashlynn Arnold.

 

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Wed
22
Nov

The Madill Wildcats’ 2017-2018 season

PLAYERS FOR the Madill Wildcats’ 2017-2018 season are: (front, l to r) Oscar Rodriguez, Isai Castenada, Luke Magness, Tanner Barnes, Diego Flores, Wyatt Gray, Justin Gillis, Trey Hughes, Asa Robertson, Casey Jones, Abel Ortega, Cole Selvy, (back) Brodie Tull, Miguel Duran, Mateo Fajardo, Lolo Ortega, John Melton, Colton Jones, Austin Maxey, Aron Vann, Tahlan Hamilton, Gaul Salinas, and Brian Herrana. Seth Coleman, Eric Kemp, and Eric Gray are not pictured.

 

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Thu
16
Nov

Dibble Defense Holds Redskins Scoreless in Season-Ending Loss

By Molly Raley

For the first time all season, the Kingston Redskins were held scoreless in a football contest. Their opponent, the Dibble Demons, outscored Kingston 27-0 to take the victory in the first round of the Class 2A State Playoffs.

The game started just as everyone thought it might with a 0-0 tie game. Both teams battled throughout the first quarter, taking the close game into the second frame with a tied score.

That score would last until late in the second when Dibble’s Ty Sparks broke free for 21 yards and the first Demon touchdown. Jorge Velasco made the extra-point kick, and Dibble took a 7-0 lead over Kingston with 2:46 remaining until halftime. Just before halftime, the Redskins were threatening to score by moving the ball up the field by several good runs by Garrette Voyles and a firstdown pass from quarterback Rylee Holmes to Jase Hayes.

 

Thu
16
Nov

Duran Competes in Oklahoma/Arkansas CC Dual

This past weekend Miguel Duran competed in the annual Oklahoma/Arkansas Cross-Country Dual held in Rogers, Ark. Duran finished 29th, with a time of 17:14.17.

In order to qualify for this meet, Duran competed at the Oklahoma Meet of Champions in Norman on Nov. 4, running against the top cross-country athletes in the state of Oklahoma.

All-staters and all-stars from each of the state’s five classes ran for the top 25 spots to qualify for the dual.

 

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Thu
09
Nov

Madill Wrestling Begins Season

The Madill Wrestling Team will begin its season on Nov. 18 when they travel to Moore to compete in the South Moore Open. The Wildcats return three state qualifiers from last season

 

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Thu
09
Nov

Wildcats End 2017 Season on Road with Loss to Plainview

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Madill Wildcats (3-8, 0-6) ended its season on Friday night when they traveled to No. 8 ranked Plainview. The Wildcats played a hard-fought game that ended with the Indians on top 41-14. Plainview managed to score 28 unanswered points in the first half to take an early 28-0 lead over Madill. Plainview’s CJ Jefferson scored the Indians’ first touchdown with 2:31 remaining in the first quarter after a defensive interception gave the ball back to the Indian offense. Damon Landis made the extra-point kick, giving the Indians a 7-0 lead over Madill.

 

That score stuck throughout the first quarter and until the 8:51 mark in the second quarter when Plainview quarterback Spencer Somerville connected with Lane Ross to add six for the Indians. The extra-point kick was good, giving Plainview a 14-0 lead over the Wildcats.

 

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