Sports

Thu
11
Aug

Marshall County 4-H Represents At Summer Roundup

Thu
04
Aug

Confidence is Key for the Lady ‘Cats in 2016

By Marshall Scott

Thu
04
Aug

Kingston Looks to Use Youth during 2016 Season

By Marshall Scott

Wed
27
Jul

‘Water Wings of Texoma’ Now at Little Glasses

On Saturday, July 16, at the Little Glasses Marina, “Water Wings of Texoma” had a fly-in. Hunter Verlander from Austin, Texas, the World Champion in Hydro Flying, put on an amazing demonstration. “Water Wings of Texoma” is a new business operating out of the Little Glasses Marina, enabling you to fly over the water like superman. This is a sport anyone can do. People from ages eight to 72 flew Saturday. You can call “Water Wings of Texoma” at 580-235-7667 and reserve your time to fly. Master Instructor Kevin Beam and his crew of instructors will help you through the basics and have you flying in no time.  

 

Wed
27
Jul

Madill, Kingston Tie In Tish Summer League

By Marshall Scott

The game’s lone umpire was stranded behind the pitcher’s circle after a ball was hit over first base. After some time, he pronounced the ball fair on a play that tied Madill and Kingston’s softball game at 4-4 in the Tishomingo Summer League. Madill started the game hot, scoring three runs in the first inning. The Lady ‘Cats took advantage of a defensive lapse from Kingston after Madill’s Kayli Sweet bunted a ball to the left of the plate. 

 

Thu
21
Jul

EMILY O’STEEN

EMILY O’STEEN behind the plate during the Lady Redskins’ softball game against Pauls Valley on July 11.
 

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Thu
21
Jul

Madill Softball Holds Camp

Coach Randy Rushing and the Madill High School fastpitch softball players held a three-day “Fundamentals Camp” last week for third through eighth graders. The camp was deemed a great success by Rushing. Rushing was very pleased with the potential he saw on the field. He said thank you to the volunteers and assistant coaches that helped make this camp a success. 

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Thu
14
Jul

Oklahoma Rage Wins Nationals

Student athletes from Kingston, Silo, Dale, Rock Creek, McLoud and Caney together form the Oklahoma Rage Baseball Team. They recently competed in and won the 14-and-under 2016 Youth Baseball Nationals held in Carrollton, Texas. Approximately 125 teams from all over the United States competed in the seven-day tournament. The Oklahoma Rage faced an undefeated team from New Orleans, La., where they won the Championship by one run. Seven out of the 10 players were chosen to compete in the All-Star Game.
 
Thu
14
Jul

Capps Wins Open

Ryan Capps, of Kingston, recently won the Native American Junior Open held at Winstar Golf Course in Thackerville. Capps shot a two under par, 70, to claim First Place in his division.
 
Thu
14
Jul

Madill Elementary Cross-Country Starting Monday

The Madill Elementary Cross-Country Team will be starting practice on Monday, July 18. Practices will be held from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at City Lake. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are encouraged to attend and participate. Each child will need running shoes and shorts.
 

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