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Thu
12
Apr

College ‘Ball Future

Kes Reeves, of Kingston High School, signed her intent to play Basketball as a Lady Aggie on April 4, 2018. Reeves said, “I’ve always wanted to play college ball.”

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Thu
12
Apr

Kingston Redskins Champions of LCC

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins were recently named the Lake Country Conference Champions for the 2017- 2018 basketball season.

With the success of the team, the LCC also named Kingston senior Stoney Lowe as the Most Valuable Player. Lowe was also one of 10 players from across the state of Oklahoma to be named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association Small School East All-State Basketball Team.

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Thu
05
Apr

Madill, Kingston Take Gold at Madill Meet Fridayr

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

 

The Madill Wildcats and the Kingston Redskins competed in the Madill Track Meet on Friday, March 30, when several Marshall County athletes earned Gold. The Kingston Lady Redskins placed Second as a team, scoring 80 points. Denison, Texas, earned First Place as a team with 171 points.

The Madill Lady Wildcats finished in Fifth Place with 63 points. The Madill Wildcats earned Third Place as a team, scoring 97 points. The Kingston Redskins scored 37 points to finish in Sixth Place as a team. On the girls’ side, Molly Fulgham, of Madill, took First Place in the 200-meter dash, running a time of 28.074 seconds.

 

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Thu
05
Apr

Kingston Takes Down Sulphur

The Kingston Lady Redskins earned a 20-12 win over Sulphur on Tuesday, April 10. The Lady Redskins will be playing in the Sulphur Tournament, starting today (Thursday) through Saturday. Pictured is Kingston’s Taylor Spence

 

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Thu
29
Mar

Wildcats Defeat Plainview Monday

By Molly Raley

The Madill Wildcats took to the diamond on Monday, March 26, for a doubleheader against Plainview.

In game one, the Wildcats held Plainview scoreless through the first four innings behind senior Jake McHatton on the mound.

 

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Thu
29
Mar

Idleman’s Arm, Flesher’s Bat Lead Kingston to Run-Rule Victory

By Molly Raley

Jake Idleman was on the mound for just four innings for the Redskins, but that’s all it took to shut Lone Grove down on Monday, March 26.

In those innings, Idleman gave up just one walk, while striking out six batters. He didn’t allow a hit in the four innings against the Longhorns.

 

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Thu
22
Mar

McHatton, Madill Qualify for National Archery Meet

Madill senior Jake McHatton was one of 10 Oklahoma students to qualify for the National Archery Tournament after scoring a 288 at the State Tournament. Madill Archery also qualified for Nationals as a team, scoring 3,184. They are one of 17 schools in the state to qualify.

 

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Thu
22
Mar

Kingston Baseball Falls Short against Plainview, Marlow

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins have officially started the 2018 baseball season, and they have faced several opponents already.

On Tuesday, March 13, the Redskins traveled to Plainview where Kingston took an 11-3 loss before losing 12-4 to Marlow on Monday, March 19.

 

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Thu
15
Mar

THE KINGSTON

Redskins’ head coach Taylor Wiebener (left) was awarded with the Coach’s Award after the Class 3A Boys Basketball Championship Game. Wiebener is pictured with Kingston Schools Superintendent Brian Brister.

 

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Thu
15
Mar

Redskin’s at Bat, Ready for the Spring Season

By Tina Firquain

The Kingston Redskin baseball season has just started. They played their first game on the baseball field Tuesday, March 13, against Plainview.

Coach Darron Henson said they are going to have a short season, but he is expecting great things from his players.

Henson said, “I feel really good about this season. We had a good summer with a few new and young faces, and I think that will help us out during the spring.”

 

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