Sports

Thu
19
May

Eric Kim Goes from Seoul, South Korea, To Protecting the Net for the Wildcats

By Marshall Scott
 
Thu
19
May

Kingston Golf Competes at State

The Kingston boys’ golf team placed Sixth Overall at the State Golf Tournament on Tuesday, May 10. Ryan Capps and Matthew O’Steen led the Redskins, shooting a 54-hole total of 233 each. R.J. Weeks shot a 234, and Noah Hodges followed with a 258. Trey Keatts shot a 273, bringing the team total to 958.
 
Thu
19
May

Redskins’ Season Comes to an End with Loss in Semifinal

By Marshall Scott
 
The Kingston Baseball Team participated in the State Tournament this past weekend where the Redskins defeated Beggs in the quarterfinals before falling to Metro Christian (Tulsa) in the semis, ending Kingston’s season a game before the State Final. Kingston vs. Beggs Hunter Goodson had been working on the mound all day, but one of the biggest plays of the game would come from his bat.
 
Thu
12
May

Sanders, Redskins’ Relay State Runners-Up

By Molly Raley
 
A photo finish in the Class 3A Boys 1600-Meter Relay left a diving Skye Lowe .03 seconds behind Chisholm to finish as State Runner-Up for Kingston, along with teammates Keelan Price, Tyler Stovall and Dylan Mathews. The team ran a time of 3:30.54 to seal their Second Place finish.
 
Thu
12
May

Kingston Redskins Headed to State Tourney

By Marshall Scott
 
The Kingston baseball team was host to the Regional Tournament Thursday through Saturday. The Redskins notched a spot in the State Tournament, despite having some controversy in the Championship Game against Holdenville after a Wolverine pitcher went over the limit of legal innings pitched.
 
Thu
05
May

Lone Grove Defeats Madill in District Title Game

By Molly Raley
 
One run in the seventh inning for Lone Grove sealed their District Title win over Madill on Thursday, April 28. The Wildcats lost the first of two 5-3 and the second 3-2. In game one, Madill held a 1-0 lead after the first inning. The frame started with Corbin Larason getting hit by the pitch to put him on first base. A fielder’s choice by Raygan Dodd sent Larason to second, and a single by Tanner Barnes helped Larason get to third. A defensive throw allowed Larason to score the first run of the game, giving the Wildcats a 1-0 lead.
 
Thu
05
May

Wildcats Compete in Round One of Playoffs

The Madill Wildcats opened the playoffs with a Wildcard game on Thursday, April 28. They traveled to Crooked Oak where they picked up a 2-1 win, sending them into the first round of the state playoffs. “They only had one loss, so we knew it was going to be a battle,” coach Jose Cortes said. “Their only loss came to the defending state champions.”
 
Thu
05
May

Several Marshall County Athletes to Represent at State Meet

By Molly Raley
 
Last weekend, several Marshall County athletes competed at the Regional Track Meet. With that competion there are now 26 events for both Madill and Kingston being represented at the State Meet this weekend. Madill competes in Class 4A, while Kingston is one below in Class 3A. Madill’s J.J. Sanders finished the Regional Meet as Champion in both the 400-meter dash and the 200-meter dash. He ran times of 51.30 seconds and 23.20 seconds.
 
Thu
28
Apr

Kingston Earns Third at LCC Track Meet

By Molly Raley
 
The Kingston Lady Redskins finished third as a team in the Lake Country Conference track meet in Tishomingo on Saturday, April 23. The Lady Redskins earned a total of 61 points while the winners from Plainview held 252.
 
Thu
28
Apr

Redskins Defeat Tishomingo for District Title

By Molly Raley
 
The Kingston Redskins dominated in their district performance against the Tishomingo Indians on Tuesday, April 26. The Redskins picked up a 14-4 win in game one for the best of three series and then took a 10-0 victory in game two to seal the District title.
 

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