Sports

Thu
28
Mar

Kingston Baseball Host to 3-Way

The Kingston Redskins were host to a 3-wayon Monday, March 25, against the Dickson Comets, and the Atoka Wampus Cats. Kingston and Dickson played first in the afternoon, with the game going well into the night before Kingston and Atoka finally faced off.

Kingston v. Dickson (14-3)

The Kingston Redskins easily did away with the Dickson Comets, winning 14-3.

Kingston fired up the offense in the first inning when Rylee Holmes doubled on a 2-0 pitch, scoring two RBIs.

 

 

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Thu
28
Mar

Wildcats Played Baseball during Spring Break

The Madill Wildcat Baseball Team played three games during spring break. The first game was on March 18, when the Wildcats traveled to Byng to play the Byng Pirates. The Pirates were too much to stop for the Wildcats. Both teams were scoreless in the first inning, but the Pirates scored eight runs in the second inning, while holding the Wildcats scoreless. In the third inning, the Pirates scored three more runs, with the Wildcats still scoreless. The fourth inning was no better with the Wildcats still scoreless and the Pirates adding three more runs. Both teams were scoreless in the fourth. The Wildcats were still not on the board at the end of the fifth inning, with the Pirates taking the win, 14 to 0. Senior, Ethan Nixon, pitched five innings, allowing 18 hits, and had five strikeouts. Sophomore, Wylbe Roberts, and Junior, Isaac Eades, had one hit each.

 

 

Thu
28
Mar

MHS All-Conference Basketball Players Named

One Lady Wildcat, Kristen Chapa, was named All-Conference Honorable Mention. Three Wildcats were also named All-Conference Honorable Mention: Luke Magness, Miguel Duran, and Diego Flores. Junior, Kristen Chapa, had a total of 228 points for the season. She averaged 9.12 points per game, with an average of six rebounds. Coach Shawn Runyan said, “Kristen is a good athlete, great student, and an all- around great person!!” Senior, Luke Magness, played in 24 games. He was 50 percent on 2-point shots; 11.1 percent on 3-point shots; 26.3 percent on free throws; and averaged 20 points per game. Coach Weiberg said,“Luke was the heart and soul of our defense. He played so hard, and he was a high level defender. He was great, both on the ball and off the ball. He took great shots on offense, and his shooting percentage reflects that.” Senior, Diego Flores, played in 23 games.

Thu
28
Mar

KHS All-Conference Basketball Players Named

The Kingston Redskins made up the majority of the Lake Country Conference – First Team All-Conference – this year. In light of the fact that the Kingston Redskins were this year’s Class 3A State Champions, that seems very fitting. Also, due to the fact that the Redskins were making their third straight State Tournament appearance, and also fitting because no team in Class 3A Basketball has had more wins in the last four years than the Redskins. It is also fitting that the MVP of the LCC, R. J. Weeks, would be from the Redskins. R. J. played at the point guard position for most of the season. He was moving to the middle from the wing position that he had played earlier in his career. His ball handling, execution of the offense, and often overlooked defense (in the form of shot blocking and rebounding), impressed everyone who saw him play.

Thu
21
Mar

Wildcat Baseball Team Plays Several Games

The Wildcat Baseball Team took the field against the Ada Cougars on Tuesday, March 5.

The Wildcats struggled to keep up with the Cougars, losing the game 11 to 1. Junior, Aron Vann scored the Wildcats’ only run (RBI). Sophomore, Case Coble, pitched three innings, had nine first-pitch strikes (FPS), and eight strikeouts.

 

 

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Thu
21
Mar

MHS Soccer Teams Get Wins against Atoka

Madill @ Atoka

The Lady ‘Cats Soccer Team played the Atoka Lady Wampus Cats on Tuesday, March 5, at Atoka, and took the win, 2-0. Carina Castaneda and Elizabeth Ibarra each scored one goal. Goalie, Jimena Guevara, had three saves. The Lady Cats took 12 shots at the goal.

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Thu
21
Mar

MHS’ First Outdoor Track Meet

The MHS Track Teams headed to Duncan on Saturday, March 9, for the season opener of the Outdoor Track Season. Coach Jaggars and coach Eidson are proud of both the girls and the boys for their competitiveness, “There are always improvements to be made. We will work on improving each day.”

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Thu
21
Mar

Laffita, Anderson Take First in State Powerlifting

The Wildcats traveled to El Reno on March 15 for their State Meet, and the Lady ‘Cats traveled to Dickson on March 11.

Five athletes from Madill managed to qualify for State after competing in the Regional Meet.

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Thu
14
Mar

2019 State Champions

The Kingston High School Redskin Basketball Team traveled to the OSSAA State Basketball Tournament last Thursday, March 7, with a goal to bring home the “Gold Ball.” After three, hard-fought games, the Kingston Redskins claimed victory and achieved their goal. The Redskins faced-off against Christian Heritage on Thursday and won 58-48. Then they played Spiro in the Semifinals and won 55-45. On Saturday night Kingston, the No. 1 Class 3A team, met Millwood, the No. 2 team, on the court for the Championship Game. Kingston took the win over the Millwood Falcons and the State Championship, 60-30, and brought home the long-awaited and well-deserved “Gold Ball.”

 

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Thu
14
Mar

Lady Redskins Make It to State Playoffs

This crazy season is over for the Lady Redskins of Kingston High School. And, needless to say, the entire season has been a roller coaster. If it were easy, everyone would be doing it.

What these girls give physically to play this type of game (full court, pressing defense) is nothing short of amazing. They must know how much their fans appreciate the effort they give each and every night.

Every time they play someone is talking about how much they love to watch them.

 

 

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