Sports

Thu
16
Aug

Madill Lady Wildcats Win Two Games at Calera Tourney

By Tina Firquain

The Madill Lady ‘Cats faced five teams last week (Aug. 9-11) at the Calera Fast-Pitch Tournament: Atoka, Calera, Coalgate, Coleman, and Bennington.

MADILL v. ATOKA (0-9)

Atoka’s powerful offense kept the Lady ‘Cats from scoring throughout all four innings of the game. In the first inning, Emilie Johnson doubled on a fly ball to left field.

 

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Thu
16
Aug

Lady Redskins Take Second in Rock Creek Tournament

The Kingston Lady Redskins took home a hard-earned second place after facing seven teams last week (Aug. 9-11) at the Rock Creek Tournament.

The teams they faced were: Soper, Tushka, Antlers, Wister, Rattan, Caddo, and Silo.

 

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Thu
09
Aug

Taylor Spence Took the Mound, Kingston Took the Win

By Tina Firquain

The Kingston Lady Redskins are off to a great start to their 2018 Fast Pitch Softball season after they defeated the Dickson Lady Comets (4-0) on Monday, Aug. 6.

Neither team scored until the top of the fourth when Kingston took 3 runs.

 

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Thu
09
Aug

Madill Took Two Losses in District Games

By Tina Firquain

The Madill Lady ‘Cats faced the Lone Grove Longhorns in back-to-back games Tuesday, Aug. 7, and lost both games (21-0) and (7-1).

Madill Softball coach Randy Rushing said, “The first game was ugly. We made a lot of mistakes that we shouldn’t have, and Lone Grove took advantage of that.”

 

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Thu
02
Aug

The Season Looks Tough, But Lady ‘Cats Hopeful for 2018 Fastpitch Season

By Tina Firquain

The Madill Lady ‘Cats will return to the diamond on Monday, Aug. 6. They will travel to Hugo and play the Lady Buffaloes.

The Lady ‘Cats are starting their fastpitch season with a young team. The past season the Lady ‘Cats graduated five seniors, and this year, there will be just three seniors in the ranks.

 

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Thu
02
Aug

Lady Redskins Return Eight Starting Players for 2018 Season

By Tina Firquain

The Kingston Softball Team is returning almost all of it’s starters and even has filled it’s bench with a few fresh faces.

Last year the Lady Redskins graduated one player, Kes Reeves, and this year their field is going to be filled with six Seniors.

 

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Thu
26
Jul

Soccer Clinic for Youth to be Held Aug. 6-7

The Chickasaw Nation will be host to a soccer clinic Monday, Aug. 6, through Tuesday, Aug. 7. Chickasaw youth and Chickasaw Nation employees’ children, aged 4-12, are eligible to apply.

 

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Thu
26
Jul

Stonewall Graduate Scores Scholarship at International Basketball Tourney

The summer after graduating from Stonewall High School, 19-year-old Chickasaw citizen Cayman Watkins found himself competing in an international basketball tournament in Arizona, alongside his Oklahoma Tushka teammates.

Watkins was well-prepared for the challenge.

He was a four-year starter on both the varsity basketball and varsity baseball teams for Stonewall. He was named to both the Native American All-State Basketball and Baseball Teams. He holds the all-time scoring record for Stonewall High School and was named All-Conference for four years.

 

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Thu
19
Jul

Pee Wee Football Sign-ups Announced

Madill Lions Club Pee Wee Football sign-ups will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Madill First Baptist Church.

Children in grades four, five, and six can participate. A fee of $50 is required, but does not have to be paid at sign-up.

A parent or guardian, however, must be present at sign-up. For any questions or for additional information, contact Kyle Kennedy at 580-795-4355.

 

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Thu
12
Jul

Living Life on a Diamond

Several athletes from Marshall County have been competing on the Ardmore Cardinals Baseball Team this summer, traveling to different tournaments. Most recently, the Cardinals were invited to participate in a festival held in Albuquerque, N.M. The Pathway Games Albuquerque delivered four days of nonstop college recruiting and championship baseball from the beautiful, all-turf Albuquerque Regional Sports Complex from June 20 through June 23. Twenty-four teams from around the country (including California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma

 

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