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Thu
03
May

Kingston Defeats LG To Claim District Win

By Molly Raley
The Madill Record

The Kingston Redskins took game one of the District Championship in style, beating Lone Grove 15-5. But, a 13 inning game two gave both teams a challenge.

Fighting fatigue, the Redskins weren’t able to keep the Longhorns from scoring a single run in the bottom of the 13th inning to take a 4-3 loss in game two.

With a 1-1 tied series, Kingston and Lone Grove met again on Friday, April 27, for a win-or-go-home game three. The Redskins took full advantage of the home field advantage, earning a win over Lone Grove and claiming the District Championship.

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Thu
03
May

Wildcats Take District Title In Style, Defeating Seminole

By Molly Raley
The Madill Record

In a must win situation, the Madill Wildcats defeated Seminole in two games to earn the Bi-District Championship.

Madill took game one in impressive style, scoring 22 runs while holding the Chieftains to just one run.

The Wildcats managed to score five runs in the first inning to take a 5-0 lead over Seminole.

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Thu
26
Apr

Kingston Best in LCC

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins were crowned as the Lake Country Conference Champions on Friday, April 20, after defeating Plainview 13-4.

The Redskins beat Comanche, 7-3, and Tishomingo, 12-4, earlier in the bracket to advance to the Championship Game on Friday night.

The Madill Wildcats made a strong showing in the tournament defeating Lone Grove 7-0 to make a semifinal run before losing to Plainview, 6-3.

 

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Thu
26
Apr

Madill, Kingston End Softball Season at District Tourney

THE KINGSTON Lady Redskins celebrate as Jewel Henry comes to home plate after hitting a home run during District play on Wednesday, April 18. The Lady Redskins defeated Madill, but lost to Sulphur to end the 2018 season.

 

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Thu
19
Apr

Wildcats Take First at Atoka Meet

Marshall County Athletes Compete in Marietta

By Molly Raley

The Madill Wildcats finished First as a team at Atoka’s inaugural track meet on Tuesday, April 10. The Wildcats scored a total of 117 points to take the title.

The Kingston Lady Redskins came in Second Place as a team, scoring 106 points. Durant took First with 169 points.

The Redskins Placed Third as a team with 80 points, while the Lady Wildcats finished in Sixth Place as a team with 53 points.

 

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Thu
19
Apr

Lady ’Cats Take Win over Byng, Lose to Sulphur

By Molly Raley

The Madill Lady Wildcats recently defeated Byng on the slow-pitch diamond, 15- 5. The Lady ’Cats then lost to Sulphur, 15-7. Madill Lady Wildcats 15, Byng Lady

Pirates 5

The Lady ’Cats jumped out ahead of Byng in the top of the first inning, scoring five runs on three hits, two defensive errors, and a walk.

 

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Thu
12
Apr

KHS Golf’n Girls

Emi O’Steen and Caroline Dowdy are the 2018 Lady Redskins Golf Team. The Lady ‘Skins are about halfway through their season.

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Thu
12
Apr

College ‘Ball Future

Kes Reeves, of Kingston High School, signed her intent to play Basketball as a Lady Aggie on April 4, 2018. Reeves said, “I’ve always wanted to play college ball.”

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Thu
12
Apr

Kingston Redskins Champions of LCC

By Molly Raley

The Kingston Redskins were recently named the Lake Country Conference Champions for the 2017- 2018 basketball season.

With the success of the team, the LCC also named Kingston senior Stoney Lowe as the Most Valuable Player. Lowe was also one of 10 players from across the state of Oklahoma to be named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association Small School East All-State Basketball Team.

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Thu
05
Apr

Madill, Kingston Take Gold at Madill Meet Fridayr

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

 

The Madill Wildcats and the Kingston Redskins competed in the Madill Track Meet on Friday, March 30, when several Marshall County athletes earned Gold. The Kingston Lady Redskins placed Second as a team, scoring 80 points. Denison, Texas, earned First Place as a team with 171 points.

The Madill Lady Wildcats finished in Fifth Place with 63 points. The Madill Wildcats earned Third Place as a team, scoring 97 points. The Kingston Redskins scored 37 points to finish in Sixth Place as a team. On the girls’ side, Molly Fulgham, of Madill, took First Place in the 200-meter dash, running a time of 28.074 seconds.

 

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