Sports

Fri
26
Feb

Redskins Defeat Idabel for District Championship

By Glenn Price
The Madill Record 
 
The Lady Redskins got off to a horrendous start in the first quarter against the Idabel Lady Warriors Friday night, as they dropped a 58- 45 decision to Idabel as Idabel took the District title. The Kingston boys took control of their game from the opening tip and won 51-29 over the Idabel Warriors.

 

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Wed
17
Feb

Redskin Lifters Win at Allen

Kingston took First Place team honors for the second consecutive meet, as they won the Powerlifting Meet at Allen last week. They competed against 17 other teams for the First Place Award. Thirteen of the 18 participants for Kingston got ribbons to add to the team total of 120 points. Chris Salas at 157 pounds and Adam Wild at 132 pounds took First Place in their weight class.

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Wed
17
Feb

Madill Archery Places Fifth At State, Chapa Third Overall

By Molly Raley

Madill’s archery team traveled to the State Archery Shootout in Oklahoma City on Thursday, Feb.11, where they placed fifth overall, with Devon Chapa leading the way individually with a third place finish. As a team, the Wildcats racked up 3,255 points to finish in fifth place, just short of Fairview’s 3,261 points earning them a fourth place finish. Placing in front of Madill was Chickasha, Chandler, Healdton and Fairview.

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Thu
11
Feb

‘National Signing Day’ Claims Four County Athletes

SENIOR, KEELAN Price, signed a letter of intent to play football at Southeastern Oklahoma State University on Friday, Feb. 5. Pictured with Price are coaches Jason Hightower, John Caraway and Gary Pewitt, Athletic Director Brian Brister, and High School Principal Brenda Foster, as well as family and friends.

 

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Thu
11
Feb

Lady ’Cats Return More Experienced in 2016

By Molly Raley
The Madill Record 
 
Coming off a season with little experience behind the ball and several missed opportunities, the Madill Lady Wildcats look to return in 2016 with nothing less than a playoff appearance. “What I see when I watch film from last year is – in one game against Durant we lost 10-0 – but what people don’t remember is that we have seven shots on goal that were missed completely,” head coach Jose Cortes said. “There were several games like that. So, for me it wasn’t a complete loss. It left me with hope, because of those missed shots we got to their half. Now, we just have to finish.”

 

Thu
04
Feb

’Skins, Lady ’Skins Win Big in Last County Battle

By Molly Raley
 
Thu
04
Feb

JH Wildcats Win Midwestern Conference

For the first time in the 50 year existence of the Midwestern Conference both the high school and the junior high Madill wrestling teams have won the title. The junior high Wildcats competed in the conference tournament this last weekend where they took first as a team with three individual champions in Dylan McCollough, Colt Crowson and Hunter Cambron.
 
Thu
28
Jan

Redskins Named Class All-Stars

Kingston’s Tyler Stovall and Skye Lowe were named to the Class 2A East All-Star Football Team by the Oklahoma Coaches Association on Monday, Jan. 25. Stovall was named as All-Star defensive back for the East defense. Lowe was given the position of wide receiver for the East offense.
 
Thu
28
Jan

Two-and-Out for Madill at Checotah

By Molly Raley 
 
Thu
28
Jan

Wildcats Open Powerlifting Season with Third-Place Win

By Brandon Jack
 
The Madill powerlifting team took the first step of the competitive season Friday (Jan. 22) in Temple by earning third place as a team. Anatolio Ibarra won his division at 157 pounds. Traven Bagley secured second in the 132-pound class.
 

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