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Premium Sale Reset for Tonight at William Ray Memorial Park March 5

posted by Brandon Jacks

The Marshall County Junior Livestock Show is slated to hold its premium sale tonight (March 5) at 6 p.m. at the William Ray Memorial Park. The donors dinner begins at 6 p.m. with the premium sale to start at 7 p.m..
The premium sale allows students to receive reimbursement for investing in and caring for the animal exhibits. Normally, grand champions and reserve grand champion exhibits garner the most money. A certain percentage of all livestock exhibits make the premium sale.

Wildcats Competing This Weekend in Several Venues

posted by Brandon Jacks

The Madill baseball team is set to open the 2015 season tomorrow (March 6) at home by hosting Tishomingo. They then welcome the Sulphur Bulldogs to town on Saturday (March 7). The girls soccer team is scheduled to go to play a match at Bridge Creek tomorrow (March 6). The power lifting team has a regional competition in Antlers on March 7 (Saturday). 

Madill Baseball Team 1916

Madill Soccer Boys Squad Will Not Play Match at John Marshall March 5

posted by Brandon Jacks

The Madill boys soccer team will not play match at John Marshall tomorrow (March 5).

Konawa Band Contest Reset for March 6; Cheer Parent Meeting Moves to March 11

posted by Brandon Jacks   [ updated ]

The band contest at Konawa has been rescheduled for Friday (March 6). Also, the parent meeting for cheer tryouts has been moved to March 11.

Madill Cancels School for March 4; Band Not Traveling to Konawa Contest Wednesday; Madill Track Relays Move to March 10

posted Mar 3, 2015, 9:36 PM by Brandon Jacks

Officials have canceled all classes for Madill Schools for tomorrow (March 4). The Madill band will not be participating in the contest scheduled at Konawa March 4. The Madill track Wildcat Relays scheduled for March 5 have been postponed until March 10.

Madill Voters Approve Both Bond Issues Proposed on March 3 Ballot

posted Mar 3, 2015, 9:31 PM by Brandon Jacks

Madill School District voters approved both school bond propositions on the ballot Tuesday (March 3).
Proposition 1: $9,930,000 building bonds issued in a series
Yes-408 (64.86%)
No-221 (35.14%)
Proposition 2: $345,000  transportation to purchase four buses
Yes-434 (67.6%)
No-208 (32.4%)

Soccer Boys Suffer Heartbreaking Loss to Lions on Penalty Kicks, Girls Fall to Lady Lions

posted Mar 3, 2015, 9:21 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated ]

The Madill boys soccer squad played Durant as close as the fog was to Alumni Field Tuesday night. Nonetheless, the Wildcats suffered a 4-3 loss on penalty kicks. Arturo Guevara turned away every shot kicked his way through the entire 80 minutes of regulation play. The score was 0-0 at the end of the second half.
Luis Villegas' kick hit the back of the net to give Madill a 1-0 edge. The Lions next kick knotted the game, 1-1. The Wildcats Carlos Torres succeeded in getting his penalty kick by the Lion goalie to put Madill up, 2-1, after Guevara made a save of a Durant kick. The Lions tied the match, 2-2. Gerardo Valles' penalty kick tightened the twine to again tie the score, 3-3. The Lions goalie blocked a Wildcats kick. The Lions next kick found the back of the net for a 4-3 advantage. Then a Madill kick caromed off of the goal's crossbar and the match was over.
The Lady Wildcats lost to Durant by mercy rule in the second half. Madill boys play at John Marshall March 5 and the girls play at Bridge Creek March 6.

Murray State Postpones Wednesday's Scholastic Contest Due to Pending Inclement Weather; Now Slated March 25

posted Mar 3, 2015, 6:25 AM by Brandon Jacks

The Murray State College Scholastic Contest scheduled for Wednesday (March 4) has been rescheduled for March 25. 
"The #MSCOK Scholastic Contest (originally Wed.,3/4) has been rescheduled for Wednesday 3/25 due to the possibility of inclement weather," was posted on the Murray State College Twitter timeline.

Polls Open Today for Madill School District Voters to Cast Ballot in March 3 Bond Election

posted Mar 3, 2015, 5:49 AM by Brandon Jacks

Polls opened this morning at 7 and remain open until 7 this evening for voters in the Madill School District to cast a ballot in today's (March 3) bond election.
There are two propositions: 1. $9,930,000 in building bonds to be issued in a series; 2. $345,000 in transportation to purchase four buses.
Those wishing to vote will need to take a photo ID with them to the regular polling place.

Madill School District Voters Deciding Tuesday on Bond Issues

posted Mar 2, 2015, 8:32 AM by Brandon Jacks

Madill School District voters will decide on the bond issues in an election tomorrow (March 3). Polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Those wishing to cast a ballot Tuesday will need to take a photo ID with them to their regular polling place.
There are two propositions: 1. $9,930,000 in building bonds to be issued in a series and 2. $345,000 for transportation to purchase four buses.

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