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07
Apr

THE MARSHALL

Thu
31
Mar

Slow Start Plagues Lady Redskins, Look to Come Back in 2016

By Molly Raley

The Lady Redskins will have six returning starters on the field in 2016 as they look to contend for a District Title. Kingston has started their campaign and has a current record of 2-4 but, according to head coach Bruce Keatts, the losses were close ones that shows the competitiveness of the Lady Redskins this season. “We lost to Madill 11-9 and Dickson  4-3, so we are very comparable to them,” Keatts said. “We will play a lot of teams that are comparable to us this season.”  

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Thu
31
Mar

Pitching will be Key for Redskins As They Return to the Diamond

By Molly Raley

 After starting the 2016 season, Kingston head coach Darren Henson said that pitching has been and will be key as they move forward in the season. “Pitching is definitely going to be key for us,” Henson said. “We have some guys that can really throw the ball well and we want to utilize them as much as possible.”  

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Thu
24
Mar

Madill Welcomes Heavy Hitters in Return to Softball Field

By Molly Raley
 
Thu
24
Mar

Big Group Returns for Wildcats in 2016 Baseball Season

By Molly Raley
 
Thu
24
Mar

Madill Starts Season with Wins

Thu
17
Mar

Lady ’Cats Finish Fifth at Duncan Meet Friday

By Molly Raley
 
Thu
17
Mar

Redskins Crowned LCC Champions, Wiebener Coach of the Year, Hayes MVP

By Molly Raley
 
Thu
17
Mar

Madill, Kingston Compete At State Powerlifting

Madill’s Andrew Neese tied for First Place in the 3A, 145-pound class at the State Powerlifting Meet at Norman North Friday, March 11. The Kingston Redskins also competed at the State Powerlifting Meet on Saturday, March 12. Kingston’s William Jackson (HWT) lifted a total of 1,235 pounds to lead the Redskins and earn Eighth Place for Kingston. 
Wed
09
Mar

Cartels Fame Rises to Occasion

Cartels Fame did it again. The horse and rider earned the second fastest qualifier for the “Shootout of America” held in Dallas, Texas. The owner of Cartels Fame is Angela Ganter; rider was Jackie Ganter; Breeders were Kenneth and Joyce Waggoner of Madill.
 
 

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