Smiles of summer found in youth sports

  • A player prepares to throw the ball during a Kingston Youth Association T-ball game on May 21. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
    A player prepares to throw the ball during a Kingston Youth Association T-ball game on May 21. Matt Caban • The Madill Record
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Photos by Matt Caban • The Madill Record
    Photos by Matt Caban • The Madill Record
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
  • Smiles of summer found in youth sports
    Smiles of summer found in youth sports
There are probably two athletic fields in Marshall County where the rivalry between Kingston and Madill is nonexistent. The T-ball and softball fields of the Kingston Youth Association (KYA) are situated behind Tycoon Motorsports on Highway 70 in Kingston. Instead of Wildcat and Redskin, there are children as young as three years old hitting off a tee and parents cheering each other’s children…

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