Sports

Thu
15
Feb

Parnacher Places in Top 10 at Tough OU Indoor Track Meet

By Molly Raley The Madill Recordickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer.

 

The Madill Wildcats had six events or individuals place in the Top 20 of a tough indoor track meet at the University of Oklahoma. Dylan Parnacher earned 10th Place in the 400-meter dash with a time of 52.85 seconds, running against top competitors from around the state. Trevor Goff and Costa Chambers each placed in the

Top 20 of the 400-meter dash behind Parnacher. Goff ran the race in 53.98 seconds, while Chambers finished in 56.24 seconds. Three other Wildcats also competed in the 400-meter dash. They were: Ruben Rivera (56.24 seconds), Andres Guevara (57.53), and Jerod Fields (1:04.65). Parnacher, Goff, and Chambers teamed up with Brandon Serrano to claim 11th Place in the 880-meter relay (4x220). Together they ran a time of 1:37.16.

 

Thu
15
Feb

Redskins Earn Win over Comanche, Lady Redskins Fall Short in Contest

By Molly Raley The Madill Recordickson, Shane Long, Kyliegh Dickerson, and Tucker Rumer.

 

The Kingston Redskins earned a road win over Comanche on Friday night, 67-42. The Lady Redskins didn’t fair as well, taking a tough 51-38 loss to No. 4 ranked Comanche. Both the Redskins and the Lady Redskins ended the 2018 season on Tuesday, Feb. 13, ranked in Class 3A

. The Lady Redskins remained at No. 11, while the Redskins will begin the Class 3A playoffs with a 19-2 overall record and ranked No. 1. Kingston will begin District play on Saturday, Feb. 17, at home when they play Lindsay. The Lady Redskins will take to the court at 6:30 p.m. with the Redskins to follow.

 

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Thu
08
Feb

Kingston Sweeps Indians On the Road Friday Night

By Molly Raley
 

The Kingsotn Redskins and Lady Redskins each took a win over the Tishomingo Indians on Friday night on the road.

Kingston Lady Redskins 56, Tishomingo Lady Indians 43

The Lady Redskins jumped out early, taking a 12-9 lead over Tishomingo at the end of the first quarter.

Kingston’s Kes Reeves earned six points in the period, draining four of four at the free-throw line.

 

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Thu
08
Feb

Wildcats Down Comets Friday

By Molly Raley

Just a few short weeks ago, the Wildcats got beat by one point to Dickson to seal their fate in the Tishomingo Tournament’s Consolation Championship game. However, the ending to this matchup was slightly different with the Wildcats finishing on top of the Comets by more than 10 points.

Madill Wildcats 66, Dickson Comets 52

It was a tie game at the end of the first quarter with both teams earning 15 points. Madill’s Miguel Duran sank three jump shots to claim six points in the first period for the Wildcats.

 

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Thu
01
Feb

Insure Yourself against Super Bowl Party Mishaps

Whether watching for the game or for the commercials, many Oklahomans will enjoy the Super Bowl at a party. If you’re having an event this year, there are several insurance implications to consider before the celebration begins.

First, it’s a good idea to review the liability section of your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policy. It’s important to understand your coverage in case you are sued or deemed liable for an accident involving one of your guests.

If you need help understanding your policy, call your insurance agent or insurance company.

 

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Thu
01
Feb

Blue, Channel Catfish Biting at Lake Texoma

According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Lake Texoma’s elevation was reported normal on Sunday, Jan. 21, with water clear.

Game Warden Trey Hale stated striped bass are biting fair on jigs, live shad, plastic baits, Sassy Shad, and slabs along channels, in the main lake, around points, and in the river channel.

 

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Thu
01
Feb

Wildcats Defeat Lone Grove in OT

By Molly Raley

After trailing Lone Grove by 10 points at halftime, the Wildcats started the second half on fire, but it was in the fourth quarter that Madill really took control of the game, forcing the contest into overtime and eventually taking the “W” over the Longhorns, 62-59, on Tuesday, Jan. 23.

Earlier in the evening, the Lady ’Cats took a tough loss to Lone Grove, 70-40.

Madill Wildcats 62, Lone Grove Longhorns 59

With less than 10 seconds remaining in a tie game, the Wildcats came out of a timeout with a chance to score and win the game.

Madill took the ball down the court, finding an open Isai Castaneda who took the shot and missed, giving Seth Coleman an opportunity for a rebound.

 

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Thu
25
Jan

Kingston Powerlifters Win Dickson Meet

THE KINGSTON Powerlifting Team recently won the Small School Division at the Dickson Meet with a score of 184. Tanner Blanchard (132-pound weight division) and Zak Bradley (heavyweight division) each won their respective weight classes. Blanchard lifted a total of 875 pounds, while Bradley lifted 1,340 total pounds.

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Thu
25
Jan

Wildcats Lose Close One in Consolation Championship

By Molly Raley

The Tishomingo Invitational Tournament saw a host of schools, but Marshall County was well represented as the Kingston Lady Redskins and the Madill Wildcats each fought their way to a Saturday Championship game.

Although the Lady Redskins lost in the semifinals to a tough Latta squad, they were able to get a big win over Dickson to claim the Third Place crown.

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Thu
18
Jan

McCullough Places Fourth at Tuttle, Wildcats Prepare for Cache, Elgin

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Madill Wildcats recently traveled to Tuttle to compete in the tough Tuttle Tournament. During the event, Madill’s Dylan McCullough placed Fourth in the 132-weight division.

McCullough lost to Koby Kizarr, of Marlow, in the Third Place match to earn the Fourth Place spot. He now moves to 17-2 on the season. The Wildcats finished in 16th Place overall as a team.

 

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