Sports

Thu
12
Oct

Pre-State Challenge Accepted: Cross-Country Runners Unleashed

By Tina Firquain

The Madill and Kingston Cross-Country teams both ran in a meet at Oklahoma Baptist University on Oct. 5 for a pre-state challenge.

Kingston’s Lady Redskins ran in a 3,200-meter event for 3A. Ellie Nickell was the top finisher for the girls. She placed 27th, with a time of 14:50.28.

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Thu
05
Oct

Kingston Returns to Action this Week

Garrette Voyles and the rest of the Redskins will be returning to football action tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 6) when they travel to Tishomingo.

 

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Thu
05
Oct

Lady Redskins End Season At Regional Tournament

By Molly Raley The Madill Record

The Kingston Lady Redskins lost a first-round, extra-inning battle to Marlow, but two consecutive wins put them in the Regional Finals to face No. 3 ranked Washington.

Scoring run after run, the Lady Redskins put up a hard fought game, but the Lady Warriors overtook Kingston to advance to the Class 3A State Tournament. Marlow 6, Kingston 2 In a first-round matchup, both Kingston and Marlow were neck-andneck throughout the contest, taking a 0-0 ballgame into the eighth inning.

The Lady Redskins had two runners make it to third base, but they were unable to capitalize on the advantage.

 

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Thu
28
Sep

Kingston Conquers Bulldogs in First District Matchup

By Molly Raley

Kingston (4-1, 1-0) scored on the opening kickoff to take a lead over Stratford (0-5, 0-1), and the Redskins never looked back, scoring 42 points while holding the Bulldogs scoreless throughout the contest.

The victory gave Kingston their first District win of the season.

“I was very pleased with our efforts,” head coach John Caraway said. “We cleaned up the penalty problems we had been having, and we did a lot better job of knowing the assignments. Overall, it was a great effort.”

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Thu
28
Sep

Lady Redskins Triumphant over Valliant in District Matchup

By Molly Raley

Outscoring their opponent 14-4 in two games, the Kingston Lady Redskins earned the District Championship over Valliant in a best of three series on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

“We hit well. We pitched well, but we weren’t as sharp on defense as I would like for us to be,” head coach Darron Henson said. “We are going to have to be cleaner this week, but overall I thought they played well.”

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Thu
21
Sep

2017 Madill Football Homecoming

The Madill High School football homecoming has been scheduled for 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 22, prior to the Wildcats’ football game with the Sulphur Bulldogs.

The school system has announced that a “Decades Theme” has been selected for the floats that will be featured in a parade at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, in downtown Madill. A vote by students in their English classes will determine exact displays.

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Thu
21
Sep

Madill Wins Nail-Biter Over Kingston Friday

By Molly Raley

In what looked like a runaway by Madill, the Kingston Redskins managed to score 14 points in less than a minute to give themselves a chance to win in the last Marshall County Super Bowl.

The Wildcat defense, however, held Kingston to a fourth down, but the Redskins couldn’t convert, giving Madill the 23-17 win in a nail-biter.

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Thu
14
Sep

Four Teams, Two Meets, One Week

by Tina Firquain The Madill Record

Madill and Kingston’s Cross-Country runners competed at a meet at East Central University on Sept. 7, and in the Lake Country Conference Championships on Sept. 9.

Lake Country Conference

The Madill Lady ‘Cats and the madill Wildcats placed Third and Fourth, respectively, at the Lake Country Conference Championships.

Miguel Duran of the Madill Wildcats ran a time of 17:30. He placed Fourth Overall out of 110 runners and also beat his time from last week (18:02).

 

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Thu
14
Sep

Heritage Hall Defeats Madill in Friday-Night Matchup

by Molly Raley 

A tough matchup for the Madill Wildcats found a 43-0 halftime score against No. 2 team in Class 4A.

The Wildcats did eventuall get on the board, but Heritage Hall managed to control the game defeating Madill 49-14.

Heritage Hall led Madill 14-0 early, when a pass from the Charger quarterback was intercepted by Madill’s Vanderburg. Banderburg ran the ball back to inside the 5-yard line when the Charger quarterback knocked the ball out of the bands of Vanderburg and the ball landed in the back of the end zone just out of bounds for a touchback, giving the ball back to Heritage Hall - a lost opportunity.

 

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Thu
07
Sep

Madill Takes Big Win Over Tishomingo

By Molly Raley

The Madill Wildcats scored two quick touchdowns in the Friday-night contest against Tishomingo and never looked back, taking a 34-14 win over the Indians.

Madill’s Dekevis Jordan had an impressive game, scoring four of Madill’s touchdowns with the longest being 62 yards.

At the end of the first quarter, the Wildcats held a 20-6 lead over Tishomingo.

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