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Madill athletes return for Summer Pride after long layoff due to virus

  • Madill athletes perform a stretching drill on the fi rst day of Madll Summer Pride June 1 at Blake Smiley Field. It was their fi rst session under new strength and conditioning coach Alex Rainwater, who was hired to join the staff of first-year head football coach Chad Speer. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
    Madill athletes perform a stretching drill on the fi rst day of Madll Summer Pride June 1 at Blake Smiley Field. It was their fi rst session under new strength and conditioning coach Alex Rainwater, who was hired to join the staff of first-year head football coach Chad Speer. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
  • New Madill strength and condtioning coach Alex Rainwater (center with whistle) leads athletes in a stretching drill on the first day of Madll Summer Pride June 1 at Blake Smiley Field as fellow coaches Jose Cortes (center left) and Chad Speer (right) look on. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
    New Madill strength and condtioning coach Alex Rainwater (center with whistle) leads athletes in a stretching drill on the first day of Madll Summer Pride June 1 at Blake Smiley Field as fellow coaches Jose Cortes (center left) and Chad Speer (right) look on. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
Nearly three months without sports came crashing down on Monday as Oklahoma athletes were allowed to return to school facilities. In Madill, that meant the beginning of Summer Pride; the traditional start of offseason training and conditioning. The early June training program had the added distinction of being the first time athletes interacted face to face with new head football coach Chad…

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