Sports

Thu
14
Feb

Madill Soccer Teams Preparing for 2019 Season

The Madill Soccer Teams are focused and preparing for their upcoming season. They have been practicing hard each day.

Although the Lady ‘Cats only have five returning starters, coach Jose Cortes believes this will be a good season.

Cortes said, “We have five returning starters. These five returning starters will need to step up since we lost some good defenders and lost our main attacking player.”

Eunice Martinez is the captain for the Lady ‘Cats and Daisy Rosas and Elizabeth Ibarra are co-captains.

Eunice Martinez said, “As a captain, I encourage my team not only to be better, but also to never give up. I lead the team by setting examples on the field, like giving effort, demonstrating good sportsmanship, and respecting my team.” There are a total of seven seniors, four juniors, and 12 freshmen returning this season, and coach Jim Love is the girls’ assistant coach.

Thu
07
Feb

Madill Lady ‘Cats Track Team Take Home Championship

The Wildcats and Lady ‘Cats attended the Enid Indoor Meet on Saturday, Feb. 2.

The Lady ‘Cats brought home the Championship, and the Wildcats placed Seventh.

Coach Eidson and coach Jaggers both said,“These indoor meets help the kids prepare for the track season. We are proud of the kids, what each one accomplished on the track and in the classroom.”

 

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Thu
07
Feb

Two More Wins for the Kingston Basketball Teams

The Lady Redskins of coach Chad Rumer were anxious to get back on the floor after a disappointing loss at the hands of the Lady Tigers of Ardmore.

They would be, however, without Kassie Bailey for this one The junior guard has not been cleared to play following a concussion in the Ardmore game.

She reported “ I am much better now” before game time. Coach Rumer explained that with a concussion injury the OSSAA guidelines call for two weeks off the court and practice. “She will see her doctor on Tuesday morning and will need their approval to be able to return,” he stated.

 

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Thu
24
Jan

Homecoming Win for the Mat Cats

Wrestling Homecoming filled the air in the Madill Middle School gym on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The Mat Cats wrestled Newcastle, with not an empty seat in the gym.

Before the Madill High School Team wrestled, Homecoming Festivities took place.

 

 

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Thu
24
Jan

Tough Competition For Mat Cats

Madill students had free admission on Thursday, Jan. 17, for the dual against Cache. This said, the students and community came out as there was not a seat to spare in the Madill Middle School gym.

Senior Colt Crowson said, “I did not wrestle at all last year after suffering an injury. My goal this year is to win State. We know Cache is a tough school to go against. Our practices have been hard core. I lead by example–keep a level head and be encouraging to the team.”

 

 

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Thu
24
Jan

Mat Cats Win

The Mat Cats were loud and proud in Frisco, Texas, at the Wolverine Invitational.

The Mat Cats won First Place with 183 points. Frisco Centennial High School took Second Place, and Burleson Centennial High School took Third Place.

 

 

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Thu
17
Jan

All-District Honor

Seth Coleman earned the Football All-District title of First Team Defensive Back for 2018 Class 4A.

 

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Thu
17
Jan

2019 Kingston Invitational New Year’s Classic

The Tournament began Thursday, Jan. 10, at 11 a.m. with the Talihina and Silo girls facing off.

Thursday went well for the girls of Kingston, Dale, Silo, and Howe, who moved one day closer to the Championship Game.

Moving closer to First Place for the boys’ teams were Kingston, Atoka, Dale, and Rock Creek.

 

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Thu
10
Jan

Kingston’s Annual New Year’s Classic

It is that time again. It seems like yesterday. It was 2018, and the ‘Classic” was over and the teams from Hopefully, 2019 will bring similar results.

The Tournament, which starts tomorrow (Jan. 9, 2019) will be jam-packed with talent and ranked teams. On the boys’ side of the bracket, four ranked teams open the first round.

 

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Thu
10
Jan

Clash on the Court

The Lady Redskins and the Redskins Basketball Teams were hosts to the Madill Lady ‘Cats and the Wildcats on Tuesday, Jan. 4, at the KMAC.

This was the second time Kingston and Madill had met on the court this basketball season.

All four teams met in the gym with an outpouring of community support. The stands were filled with Wildcat and Redskin fans.

 

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