Sports

Weeks signs on for years of tradition

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On November 11, 2020, Avri Weeks, a Kingston Lady Redskin, signed here letter of intent to join the women’s basketball program at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in the fall 2021 semester. As a future Savage Storm, she joins her brother RJ who will be a red-shirt freshman on the boy’s squad this season.

Redskins are ready to tear up the court

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Basketball is in the air at KHS. Yes, even though football is still being played, Athletic director and Boys Head Coach Taylor Weibner and Girls Head Coach Chad Rumer are ready to get it started. With 2020 winding down, both coaches are anxious to see this season start with no school closures, quarantines , or positive tests. The summer of 2020 was a summer where no one was al lowed to have camps; team or individual. So, the rust from not playing is a little deeper than normal.

COVID forces new protocol for 2020 Basketball Season

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Due to COVID-19, the following protocol will be followed during the 2020-2021 Basketball season for all games played at Kingston. We are taking these precautions to help keep everyone safe, and to increase the likelihood of our Basketball teams getting to play their season. We appreciate your cooperation and thank you in advance for your efforts to help keep our staff, students, and fans as safe as possible.

Kingston Completes Perfect Regular Season With Win Over Comets

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Thursday night, the Kingston Redskins went on the road for their final game of the regular season to face the Dickson Comets. The one-win Comets, devastated by injuries, were hoping to improve their playoff position as they prepared to make a playoff run only possible in 2020. The Redskins, on the other hand, had already clinched their third-straight district title, and were just trying to finish their first undefeated regular season in over thirty years. As it turned out, the Redskins made history, finishing their first Class 3A regular season undefeated with a 48-0 victory.

Wildcats go out with a bang; end season with a win

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On November 5, 2020, the Wildcats (3-7) traveled to Little Axe to play the Indians (0-9) for the last game of the season. Even though the team opted out of the playoffs, Madill Coach Chad Speer said he was happy with how the season ended.

Kingston School Board deciding fate of Basketball Season

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The Kingston Public School Board held their monthly meeting on Monday, November 9, 2020. The first order of business for the meeting was the discussion of the consent agenda which was passed with no issues. It included two resignations from the faculty and the finances. The next item that was handled was the current increase in the pandemic outbreak causing schools to close and sports to be canceled.

Hope for the future

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Some of the Madill football players and a trainer helped Hope for Marshall County hand out boxes and gallons of milk to the community. They worked hard from noon to 3:00 p.m. The players were Chance Mattly, Esequiel Rodriguez, Adan Yanez, Ty Rushing, Stephen Sisco, RJ Morris, Nick Northcut, Griffon Williams, Aaron Wilson, Axzel Mendoza, Holden McGahey, Marcus Johnson, Coby Sandefur, Trey Gammill, Autumn Bryant, and Kendal Robertson.