Sports

Thu
09
May

REDSKINS BLAST OFF TO STATE

An offensive explosion and strong pitching at the Class 3A Regionals means the Kingston Redskins are heading to the state tournament beginning Thursday, May 9 at Edmond Memorial High School Field.

Over the course of three games, the Redskins offense overwhelmed their opponents by a combined score of 46 to 5.

The first day of regional games were moved to Madill’s baseball stadium following a round of intense rain that hit the area.

 

 

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Thu
02
May

Wildcat Soccer Wins 1st Round of Districts

The Wildcat Soccer Team was host to the first round of District play on Thursday, April 25, against Kingfisher.

The Wildcats took the win 3 to 1.

Diego Ibarra, Fransisco Perez, and E.J. Holliday each scored one goal. Goalie, Ulises Camacho,had seven saves; Isaac Martinez had two assists; and they had 15 shots at the goal.

 

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Thu
02
May

Wildcats Lose to Redskins, End Season in Bi-District Play

The Madill Wildcat Baseball Team was host to the Kingston Redskins for Senior Night on Tuesday, April 23.

Madill v. Kingston

The Redskins jumped to a big lead in the first inning, scoring 7 runs, while leaving the Wildcats scoreless. In the second inning both teams were scoreless.

The Redskins scored two runs in the third inning, leading the Wildcats 9 to 0. Neither team could make a score in the fourth.

The Wildcats came alive in the fifth inning scoring 3 runs, with the Redskins scoring 2. At the end of five, the Redskins were leading 11 to 3, taking the win over the Wildcats.

 

 

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Thu
02
May

Madill High School Host to Regional Track Meet

On April 27 Madill High School was host to the Regional Track Meet at Blake Smiley Stadium. The Lady ‘Cats competed at the Regional Track Meet at Blake Smiley Stadium. They took Fourth Place as a team with 63 total points. The Wildcats took Second Place with a total of 126 points. The results of the athletes who will be participating at the State Track Meet beginning on Friday, May 3, in Catoosa, are listed below:

Lady ‘Cats:

4x800 relay: Fourth Place, 10:34.10.

100m dash: Lala Flore, Fourth Place, 13.41. 4x200m relay: Fourth Place, 1:52.46.

3200m run: Valeria Calderon, First Place, 12:36.70; and Fatima Duenez, Fifth Place, 13:27.07; and Alejandro Orozco, Sixth Place, 13:41.38.

 

 

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Thu
02
May

Redskin Basketball Camp May 20-23

We would like to invite you who are interested in athletics to attend a Basketball Fundamentals Camp for both boys and girls. The camp will include four days of basketball instruction.

Forms need to be turned in by Friday, May 3. The camp will take place at the new facility (the KMAC), and there will be attachment goals for the younger players.

The camp will be for students entering Kindergarten through the Eighth Grade. Times for each grade are listed below:

5th - 8th – 12:30-3:30 p.m.

K - 4th – 8:30-11:30 a.m.

 

 

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Thu
02
May

Redskins Brister, Weeks Sign with SOSU

Today, Wednesday, April 24, was another great day for the Redskin Basketball Team. Here in the KMAC, Conner Brister and R.J. Weeks both signed to play next year at Southeastern. It is fitting they should be moving on to play together.

They are best friends and have been teammates since the fourth grade.

“I’ve never played a game without R.J,”Conner said. Well, until this season, when Weeks was rested a couple of games due to a nagging injury.

When asked how being a State Champion compared to signing a college scholarship, he replied, “This is great, but I really wanted that State Championship”.

They will be separated from Jacob Germany who will be moving on to the Division 1, NCAA, University of Texas, San Antonio. They are all a part of a team who had the most wins in Class 3A for the last four years.

 

 

Thu
25
Apr

Wildcat and Lady ‘Cat Golfers Play in LCC at Falconhead

The Wildcat Golfers traveled to Dornick Hills on April 15 to play Elgin. They finished with a total score of 408.

Casey Jones shot a 90; Britton Goss shot a 97; Ezekiel Fuentes a 110; Ian Zang a 111; and Jacob Massey finished with 112.

On Wednesday, April 17, both the Wildcats and the Lady ‘Cats teed off at the LCC (Lake Country Conference) at Falconhead.

Bethany Phillips shot a 118; Bethany Effinger a 119; Belen Moreno a 120; Molly Coleman a 125; and Maddison Grant a 139. The Wildcats had a Fifth Place finisher with Casey Jones who shot an 84.

 

 

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Thu
25
Apr

MHS Baseball Headed to Bi-Districts Today

The Wildcat Baseball Team started the week on Tuesday, April 15, against the Ardmore Tigers.

The Tigers took a big lead in the first inning, scoring 5 runs, and leaving the Wildcats scoreless. In the second inning the Wildcats got on the board with 1 run, trailing the Tigers by 4.

The third and fourth innings left both teams scoreless.

The fifth inning had both teams scoring 2 runs apiece, leaving Ardmore in the lead, 7 to 3.

The Tigers scored 1 run in the sixth inning and ended up taking the win 8 to 3.

Wildcats, Dakota Vanderburg and Isaac Eades, had 1 run each; Jayson Queen had 1RBI; Aron Vann had 1 run and allowed 5 runs; Case Coble had 2 RBIs, allowed 1 run, and pitched one strikeout; and Ethan Nixon allowed 2 runs and struck out five batters.

 

 

Thu
25
Apr

Weeks Voted ‘Class 3A Player of the Year’

The accolades keep coming for R.J. Weeks. You could say he is having a good week. First, the news came that he was voted the “Class 3A Player of the Year” by the Basketball Coaches Association. Quite an accomplishment for the young man who constantly gives credit to his teammates.

I sat down with him on

Thursday morning for a conversation about his senior

year. Not once did he say “I.”

Not even after I asked him about the Tournament of Champions, where he made the All-Tournament Team, not after I mentioned the OBU All-Tournament Team, or the Lake Country Conference First Team All-Conference. Nor did he mention the State Tournament All-Star Team, or the Daily Oklahoman All-State First Team, or the Tulsa World, All-State. You see, I had to bring those up to him. He would shake his head and say, “Yes sir.”

 

 

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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