Sports

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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Thu
25
May

Gallegos, Ortiz Named to All-State Soccer Team

The Madill Soccer teams ended their 2017 season with a loss in the playoffs, but with the sadness of defeat, the Wildcats were also given good news as two Madill soccer players were named to the All-State West team.

Senior goalkeeper Marithza Ortiz and senior midfielder Cristian Gallegos were named to the All-State West Soccer Team for the 2017 season.

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Thu
25
May

Four County Baseball Players Named to All-Conference Team

Four athletes from Marshall County were named to the Lake Country All-Conference Team on Wednesday, May 17.

From Madill, senior Raygan Dodd and junior Tanner Barnes were listed on the All-Conference Team.

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Thu
18
May

Savages Take Second at Spring Spectacular Soccer Tournament

The Savages, an eight-and-under soccer team, from Madill, recently competed in the Midwest City 25th Annual Spring Spectacular Soccer Tournament, where they claimed Second Place after losing to Real Madrid (also from Madill) in the Championship game.

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Thu
18
May

Kingston Golf Competes at State

The Kingston High School Boys Golf Team recently competed at the State Golf Tournament, where they finished Fifth Overall.

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Thu
18
May

KHS Athlete Playing For Team Griffin

By Makayla Little

Jacob Germany, a 6-foot-10-inch sophomore at Kingston High School, not only plays basketball for Kingston, but he also plays for a team out of Oklahoma City called Team Griffin.

His team travels all over the United States to play ball. They have played in Arkansas, New Mexico and will soon be playing in Indiana and Nevada where he will meet Blake Griffin for the first time.

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Thu
11
May

Madill, Kingston Mile Relays Fourth at State

By Molly Raley

The Madill boys and the Kingston girls walked away with Fourth Place at the Class 3A and 4A State Track Meet on Saturday, May 6.

The Madill Wildcats’ 1600-Meter Relay Team (including Dylan Parnacher, Asa Robertson, Costa Chambers, and J.J. Sanders) ran a time of 3:27.66 to claim their Fourth Place state medal. The Kingston Lady Redskins’ 1600-Meter Relay Team team (including Kes Reeves, Aspen Thompson, Ellie Nickell, and Kylie Jones) ran a time of 4:08.79 for their Fourth Place finish.

Kingston had three Fifth Place finishers with a relay team, Gracye Werth’s two-mile run, and Mason Rose’s 110-meter hurdle race.

The 800-Meter Relay Team for the Kingston girls (including Saylor Lowe, Torin Brown, Jones, and Thompson) ran a time of 1:49.79 to finish in Fifth Place.

Werth ran the 3200-meter run in 12:29.80 to claim the Fifth Place spot. Rose finished Fifth in the hurdles, running a time of 15.82 seconds.

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