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'Cats Outlasted by Outlaws Thursday Night

posted Oct 16, 2014, 10:04 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 17, 2014, 5:30 PM ]

Madill cut the Marlow lead to 28-21 with 33 seconds left in the first half when Colton Clement sailed in the end zone on a seven-yard run. However,  the Outlaws outscored the 'Cats 9-0 in the second half for a 37-21 win Thursday night.
Marlow jumped ahead quickly in the contest as Braden O'Dell ran 55 yards for the opening score of the game with 9:50 to go in the opening frame. Madill answered as Sage Salyer came up with an Outlaw fumble at the 39-yard line. Then, Clement found Corbin Larason on a perfectly timed pass play and score from 39 yards away with 5:06 in the first period. Carlos Torres booted the extra point and the score was knotted, 7-7. Clement capped off a drive with a three-yard run with 2:08 left in the first. Clement intercepted a pass and returned it to set up the 'Cats with a first-and-goal situation. O'Dell tied the game, 14-14, on a one-yard run with 10:02 remaining in the second quarter. The Outlaws struck again on a 47-yard scoring pass from O'Dell to Logan Knox at the 6:54 mark of the second period. The Marlow club held a 21-14 edge. The Outlaws stretched the lead to 28-14 with 4:39 left before halftime on the strength of a 34-yard run by Colt Mitchell. That's when the 'Cats clawed back on a quick drive mixing in the pass to Taber Bagley and the ground combo of Larason, Clement and Micah Cooper. Clement's run chopped the Outlaws lead in half just before the first half horn.
A 25-yard touchdown run by Outlaw tailback Wyatt Butner pushed Marlow's cushion to 35-21 with 47 ticks showing in the third quarter. Marlow's defense added a safety with 3:34 left in the contest. Anthony Charles dug out a fumble recovery for the 'Cats.  Senior Wildcats' cornerback Rio Zamora picked up a fumble that closed a Marlow drive in the second half. Madill comes home to Alumni Field for senior night Oct. 24 when Sulphur comes to town. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Marlow 37, Madill 21

1 QT
Mar-Odell 55 run (Odell kick), 9:50
Mad Larason 39 pass from Clement (Torres kick), 5:06
Mad-Clement 3 run (Torres kick), 2:08
2 QT
Mar-Odell 1 run (Odell kick), 10:02
Mar- Knox 47 pass from Odell (Odell kick), 6:54
Mar- Mitchell 34 run (Odell kick), 4:39
Mad-Clement 7 run (Torres kick) :33
3 QT
Mar- Butner 25 run (Odell kick), :47
4 QT
Mar- Safety, 3:34

Madill                    Marlow
93        rush            314
143        pass          100
236        total           414

Madill individual rush: Clement 19-33, Cooper 9-32, Larason 6-32, Zamora 1-(-2)
receiving: Weaver 5-71, Bagley 5-42, Zamora 2-30
passing: Clement 12-15-143

Madill FFA Group Takes Second in Durant Tuesday, Headed to State Competition

posted Oct 14, 2014, 6:50 PM by Brandon Jacks

The Madill FFA opening ceremonies junior team of Caleb Huffstutlar, JB Bell, Jesse Saxon, Mackenzie Hargrove, Showna Cooper and Abby Alexander took second place at the PI contest in Durant Tuesday and advance to the state competition. 

FFA Earns High Marks in Competition

posted Oct 14, 2014, 9:07 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 14, 2014, 9:08 AM ]

3rd Place Opening Ceremonies Team at Connors State College:  Rebekah Dempsey, Olivia Stowers, Mackenzie Hargrove, Will Shelby, Jesse Saxon and Caleb Huffstutlar

4th place opening ceremonies team at Rock Creek:  Chancey Pearson, Showna Cooper, Abby Alexander, Lauren Pense, Jake McHatton, Trey Hughes

2nd place Animal Science Quiz Bowl Team at Connors State College:  Will Shelby, Caleb Huffstutlar, Trey Hughes, Rio Bonham.

Photos Courtesy of Michelle Harper

Madill Travels Thursday to Face Old Football Foe in Marlow

posted Oct 14, 2014, 8:20 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 16, 2014, 7:59 AM ]

The Madill Wildcats' football team faces a familiar foe in Marlow on Thursday. Marlow is 3-3 in 2014. The Outlaws have chalked up wins over Elgin, Comanche and Sulphur. They suffered setbacks to Bethany, Washington and Blanchard. Marlow scores 25.3 points per contest offensively. The Outlaws defense allows 19.83 points a game. 
The Madill-Marlow contest in 2008 provided Madill a 29-26 victory on the strength of a Derek Martinez field goal that secured a playoff spot for the 'Cats after a six year absence from the post season.

Madill Football Team 1975

Academic Team Defeats Marietta, Loses to Plainview Monday

posted Oct 13, 2014, 7:12 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 13, 2014, 7:16 PM ]

The Madill academic team beat Marietta but lost to host Plainview in a match Monday afternoon.

Madill High School Building 1909

Parent-Teacher Conference Planned for Madill Schools Monday Night; Fall Break Approaching

posted Oct 13, 2014, 5:28 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 13, 2014, 6:20 AM ]

Madill Schools will have a parent-teacher conference from 3:30-9 p.m. on Oct. 13 (today) for parents or guardians to visit with educators. Tuesday is the last day of school for the week before fall break Oct. 15-17.
The football team visits Marlow Oct. 16 (Thursday).

Photo of 1914 MHS Faculty

Turnovers Transform Tight Game into Blowout, Wildcats Notch Football Victory

posted Oct 11, 2014, 6:27 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 13, 2014, 10:38 PM ]

Turnovers transformed a relatively tight game into a 48-0 shut-out victory for Madill Saturday night against Comanche. The first turnover came when Corbin Larason jumped on top of a fumbled punt by Comanche at its own six-yard line with the score tied 0-0 late in the first stanza. Senior quarterback Colton Clement scored on a six-yard run to give the 'Cats the lead with 2:39 left. Carlos Torres kicked the extra point and Madill had a 7-0 advantage. JJ Sanders stepped in front of a pass and returned it to the Indians' 45-yard line. That turnover led to Clement's second TD on a two-yard run with 11:29 remaining in the second period. Austin Williams and Ozzy Diaz recovered a fumble that set up a field goal attempt by Torres. Taber Bagley's interception ended a Comanche drive as the first half closed. The Wildcats were out to a 14-0 edge by halftime.
The 'Cats' senior receiver Spence Weaver found himself alone and Clement hit him with a scoring pass from 35 yards out at the 3:44 mark of the third frame to give Madill a 21-0 cushion. Colton Erwin returned an interception 22 yards for a TD on the next Comanche offensive march with 2:46 left in the third. Clement added his third rushing touchdown on an 11-yard scamper with 1:03 to go in the third stanza. Clement later connected with Rio Zamora on a 20-yard TD pass with 9:55 to go in the game off of a field goal attempt to make it 41-0 Madill. Reserve quarterback Jonathan Laffita scored on a 69-yard run down the sideline with 5:24 left in the contest Saturday evening.
Laffita picked off a Comanche pass later in the fourth quarter.

Madill 48, Comanche 0

1 QT
Mad-Clement 6 run (Torres kick), 2:39
2 QT
Mad-Clement 2 run (Torres kick), 11:29
3 QT
Mad-Weaver 35 pass from Clement (Torres kick), 3:44
Mad-Erwin 22 Interception return (Torres kick), 2:46
Mad-Clement 11 run (Torres kick), 1:03
4 QT
Mad-Zamora 20 pass from Clement (conversion failed), 9:55
Mad-Laffita 69 run (Torres kick), 5:24

Madill                    Comanche
137        rush        38
103          pass        78
239       total        116

Madill individual rush: Clement 12-15, Larason 8-20, Cooper 10-43, Zamora 2-3, Laffita 2-74, Guevara 2-9, Kendrix 1-0
receiving: Weaver 3-41, Sanders 3-45
passing: Clement 6-10-103 

Runners Undeterred by Weather to Compete in Annual Reuel Little Classic Saturday Morning in Madill

posted Oct 11, 2014, 8:26 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Oct 11, 2014, 9:37 AM ]

Runners from across the region braved the damp and cool elements Saturday morning to take part in the 22nd annual Reuel Little Classic at William Ray Memorial Park.
"We appreciate so much the support of Madill--the Madill cross country team," Dan Little said. 
"We started in 1992 for the benefit of Marshall County Memorial Hospital to recruit doctors." Little said. "The Reuel Little Classic has been dedicated to the senior runners and also to the young cross country runners."

Football Game Postponed

posted Oct 10, 2014, 6:22 PM by Brandon Jacks

The Madill-Comanche football game has been postponed until 5 p.m. on Saturday in Comanche

Madill 2013-14 Yearbooks Arrive; Soon to be Dispersed

posted Oct 10, 2014, 12:04 PM by Brandon Jacks

The 2013-2014 Madill yearbooks have arrived and will soon be released through the yearbook staff at MHS.
They first have to be sorted though and dispersed to the correct school sites.
"Ms. Rushing's MHS yearbook staff does an excellent job covering the myriad of events and people that make up the fabric of the school," Brandon Jacks said. "They should be commended for the tireless hours they invest in promoting the worthy things our students accomplish."

Photo by Matthew Wadsworth
& Jorge Valeriano

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