Sports

Thu
14
Mar

Kingston Redskins Make History

The 2018-2018 Kingston Redskin Basketball Team has made history and will forever be remembered. On March 9, 2019, the Kingston Redskins played to win and took home the coveted “Gold Ball.”

Since last year, they had the taste of the State Championship in their mouths. When they stepped back on the court for the first time this year, they had one goal in mind – to get back to State and win.

They did just that, and everyone in and around the town of Kingston is beaming with pride.

 

 

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Thu
07
Mar

Hitting the Ground Running : KHS Track & Field

Kingston High School is gearing up for track season, and this year the teams have several returning team membersfrom last year, which the two head coaches believe will help make this a great season.

Head coach Bruce Keatts (Redskins) and head coach Dewayne Taylor (LadyRedskins) both believe thattheir athletes will go further than last year and will continue to see success in Kingston sports.

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Thu
07
Mar

Redskins on to State Tournament

Redskins calmly take care of unranked Purcell Dragons on Friday night to win the Area Tournament and punched their ticket for the State Tournament in OKC next week.

Purcell was somewhat of a surprise as they upset their rival,Washington, to stake a claim in the Winner’s Bracket. The Redskins had no intention of losing and taking the extra steps in the Loser’s Bracket to get to their destination.

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Thu
07
Mar

State Bound Once Again

When the activity bus from Kingston pulls out on Thursday, the Lady Redskins will be on it. Not to be forgotten, these girls are making their second consecutive trip to OKC. It wasn’t easy, but it never has been for these girls. If it wasn’t a hard fought, difficult, physical battle, these girls would not know how to act.

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Thu
28
Feb

Lady ‘Cats End Season at Bethel

The Lady ‘Cats advanced to the second round of Regionals, playing the Bethel Wildcats (at Bethel) on Friday, Feb. 22. Bethel brought strong, fast basketball to the court, not allowing the Lady ‘Cats to score in the first quarter of play,with Bethel in the lead at the end of one, 8 to 0.

 

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Thu
28
Feb

2019 Basketball Regional Champions

The Kingston Lady Redskins and the Kingston Redskins Basketball teams won their Regional basketball games and have moved onto the Area Brackets.

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Thu
28
Feb

Mat Cats End Season at State

With police escorts through town, and a community with signs, balloons, and cheers, Madill sent five wrestlers to Oklahoma City for the State Wrestling Tournament.

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Thu
21
Feb

Lady ‘Cats End Regular Season with a Win

Marietta came to town on Monday, Feb. 11, to play the Wildcats and the Lady ‘Cats in the last regular season basketball games. Before the start of the games, senior Cole Weiberg honored America by playing the “National Anthem” on his electric guitar, and electricity filled the air. The girls took the court first in what was a tied ballgame at the end of the first period of play, 12-all. By halftime, the Lady ‘Cats led the Lady Indians 22 to 16. The Lady ‘Cats opened the third period with better control of the ball and running solid plays. The end of the third found the Lady ‘Cats with an increased lead, 37 to 22. The fourth period brought even more competition from the Lady ‘Cats, and at the final buzzer they took the win, 49 to 27. The top scorers for the Lady ‘Cats were: junior, Kristen Chapa, with 11 points; freshman, Abbie Lambertsen, with 10 points; and freshman, Jayden Weiberg, with 7 points.

Thu
21
Feb

Redskins Rock the Court

Don’t step on Superman’s cape, or RJ Weeks’s cape for that matter. The video of the nasty dunk was going viral on social media by Sunday night. The dunk happened in the first period, and it was already over for the Comets. To show that he is not just a dunker, Weeks added a 3-pointer to go with it. Conner Brister came out firing as well, with two, 3-pointers and a field goal of his own. Jacob Germany had 4 and Rylee Holmes added

2. The score at the end of the first, 19 to 2, Kingston.

In second period action, the bench players were in and contributing. Kaden Johnson had a 3-pointer and Brady Brister had 2. At the half the Redskins were up, 40 to 13.

 

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Thu
21
Feb

Kingston Wins District

The Lady Redskins returned to the court to start the march thru the playoffs. The road began against the Lady Comets of Dickson whom they had defeated earlier in the season by 30 points. The result was the same this time, but the margin was smaller.

In the first period, the action was tightly contested. The Lady Redskins were spreading it out as far as scoring goes. Kassie Bailey had a great period by scoring 8 of her teams’ 19 points. This was significant considering she was just returning to the lineup after missing the final regular season game against Sulphur due to an illness.

The second period was a 21-point affair with Brit Henderson hitting one of her two, 3-pointers on the night. Avri Weeks made herself known with a field goal and three free throws.

 

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