Sports

Thu
01
Nov

Kingston Downs Comanche to Continue District Domination

By Michael Haggerty

 

Last Wednesday, Mother Nature dumped another batch of rain on the already-saturated soils of Oklahoma. Friday night, the Kingston Redskins traveled to Comanche to face the Indians on a field that resembled an enormous, dimly-lit quagmire by the end of the contest. Undeterred by either the mud or the darkness, the Redskins lit up the scoreboard in their ongoing quest for a District crown and blew out Comanche 50-12. Comanche’s spread offense turned out to be no match for Kingston’s tenacious defense. Comanche’s first drive ended with a thud when a third-down pitch to junior Noah Henderson was blown up in the backfield by Kingston sophomore linebacker,

Thu
25
Oct

Marshall County Cross-Country Well Represented at State Meet

By Janlee Hoppers

Miguel Duran, Madill High School sophomore, took home the title of Cross-County State Champion in Class 4A.

On Saturday, Oct. 20, Duran, along with several of his fellow Wildcats and Lady ‘Cats traveled to Gordon Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee to compete in the State Meet.

 

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Thu
25
Oct

Thursday Night Win for the Wildcats

By Janlee Hoppers

Thursday night lights at Blake Smiley Stadium turned into a tennis match before the (3-4) Madill Wildcats sealed a win against the (2-5) McCloud Redskins.

The Redskins held the Wildcats to a scoreless first quarter, with McCloud leading 14-0. In the second quarter, junior quarterback Asa Robertson, who led the Wildcats with 245 rushing yards and 47 receiving yards, had his first of five touchdowns, trailing the Redskins 14-7.

 

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Thu
18
Oct

Three Kingston Teams Take Home Third Place

By Tina Firquain

The Kingston Fourth and Fifth Grade Basketball Teams travelld to Colbert last week (Oct. 8-12) to compete in their Elementary Tournament.

The Fourth Grade Girls’ and Boys’ Teams both managed to earn Third Place in the tournament.

 

 

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Thu
18
Oct

Going The DISTANCE

By Janlee Hoppers

On Saturday, Oct. 13, the Cross- Country Wildcats and Lady ‘Cats traveled to Velma for Regional competition.

Coach Cale Eidson said, “the Velma course was one of the muddiest courses I’ve seen.”

The Wildcats ran a 3.1 course. Crossing the finish line in First Place out of 76 total runners was Madill’s own, sophomore Miguel Duran, with a time of 17:46. The Byng runner behind him did not cross the finish line until 18:14.5.

Coach Eidson said, “I watched him his last mile, and he was in control of the race. He knew what he wanted to do, and went out and did it.”

 

 

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Thu
18
Oct

Kingston Redskins Roll over Marietta Indians

By Michael Haggerty

Friday night, the Kingston Redskins played host to the Marietta Indians in a District game at Harold “Bulldog” Henry Field. The Indians left Marietta wishing they had declined the Redskins’ hospitality after Kingston posted its first shutout of the season, crushing Marietta 0-48.

The two teams met trending in sharply different directions. Kingston came into the game with only a single loss, and was undefeated in District play, creeping ever closer to re-entry into the Associated Press rankings, losing out to 10th-ranked Heritage Hall by only a single vote. Marietta, after starting the season with two nonconference wins, has since lost four straight, coming off two straight shutouts at the hands of Dickson and Lindsay.

Thu
11
Oct

Buncombe Creek Golf – Hole-In-One Randy Tate made his first hole-in-one at Buncombe Creek

Randy Tate made his first hole-in-one at Buncombe Creek Golf Course Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, during the weekly Senior Scramble. Tate made the ace on Hole No. 3, a 146 yard Par 3. He was using an eight iron and a Callaway golf ball. He failed to see the ball actually go in the hole, but his teammate, Jack Akins, did. He told Randy that the ball went in and Randy unbelieving said, “No, Way!” Ron Jones and Jeral Petty also witnessed the ace.

 

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Thu
04
Oct

STATE BOUND

From Sept. 27 - 28, the Kingston Lady Redskins competed and won the 2018 Regional Tournamet for Region 2.

The Lady Redskins won three out of the four games they played and earned a spot at the 2018 Fast-Pitch State Championship Tournament.

They will face Washington on Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. at the Firelake ballfields in Shawnee.

 

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Thu
04
Oct

Redskins Celebrate Homecoming with Romp over Tishomingo

By Michael Haggerty

Friday night the Kingston Redskins celebrated Homecoming with a big crowd for a district game against the Tishomingo Indians. The Redskins gave their fans plenty to celebrate in a game that was never really in doubt from the opening drive.

Tishomingo went three-and-out on their first drive, losing five yards to retreat to the Indians’ own 9 yard line. On fourth down, the Indians brought out freshman Nick Northcutt to punt. To start off what would be a long night for him, Northcutt shanked the punt to the left, kicking the ball out of bounds at the Tishomingo 16, putting the Redskins in business early.

 

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Thu
27
Sep

REDSKINS DOMINATE DAVIS IN DISTRICT OPENER

By Michael Haggerty

Total domination. For years, those two words have described the series between district rivals Kingston and Davis, with Davis delivering an annual thrashing to the Redskins. Thursday night, in a game moved up a day because of the heavy rains predicted to start Friday, the Redskins took Davis out to the woodshed instead 48-21.

The fireworks began with Davis’ first drive. The Wolves went threeand- out, and lined up to punt. However, Kingston sophomore Matthew Hawkins crashed the formation and blocked the ball as it came off the foot of Davis senior Devon Gregg, and sophomore Bryant Watts recovered the ball for the Redskins at the Davis 3. Davis gave up more yards on an offsides penalty, and senior Rylee Holmes punched it in on a quarterback sneak to give Kingston a 7-0 lead.

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