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    Madill Cross Country Program Hosted Annual Cat Run Saturday Morning

    posted by Brandon Jacks   [ updated ]

    The Madill cross country program hosted the annual Cat Run Saturday morning at the City Lake. Runners from across the area converged at Raymond Gary Park.



    Madill Comes up Short to Kingston on Gridiron Friday Night

    posted Sep 19, 2014, 10:04 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated ]

    Madill came up just a little short in a 17-7 loss to Kingston on the road Friday. The Redskins' Joe Moreno connected on a 28-yard field goal with 2:36 left in the ballgame to provide Kingston with the double-digit cushion. Kingston halted Madill's ensuing drive just inches short of the marker on a fourth-down attempt near midfield to extend a late drive with 1:46 remaining to essentially nail down the victory. 
    Madill opened the scoring Friday with a 22-yard touchdown run by senior quarterback Colton Clement. Carlos Torres added the extra point and the 'Cats had climbed out to a 7-0 advantage with 8:53 left in the first quarter. The 'Cats' defense held firm until 'Skins quarterback Noah Hodges plunged in on a one-yard TD run. The two-point conversion failed so the score remained 7-6 with 18 seconds in the first period.
    Moreno ran a route down the seam and Hodges hit his target in stride for a 73-yard TD pass for Kingston at the 7:52 mark of the second quarter. The two-point pass was complete to give the Redskins a 14-7 lead.
    Madill had bright spots throughout the night as Ozzy Diaz picked up two fumble recoveries and Gage Deaver grabbed one. Nuriel Trevino was a disruptive force for the 'Cats defense with multiple tackles and quarterback pressures. Madill hosts Lone Grove Sept. 26 on Pink-Out night to raise funds for cancer research.

    Kingston 17, Madill 7

    1 QT
    Mad-Clement 22 run (Torres kick), 8:53
    Kin-Hodges 1 run (conversion failed), :18
    2 QT
    Kin- Moreno 73 pass from Hodges (Mason Whipkey from Hodges conversion), 7:52
    4 QT
    Kin-Moreno 28 FG, 2:36

    Mad                    Kin

    194    rushing yd    87
    37      passing yd    306
    231    total            393

    Madill individual rush: Clement 17-95, Larason 10-52, Cooper 10-13, Zamora 4-34
    receiving: Weaver 2-15, Bagley 1-14, Morris 1-5, Zamora 1-4
    passing: Clement 5-11-37 

    Football Homecoming Court Chosen for Oct. 3 Crowning Event

    posted Sep 19, 2014, 8:29 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 19, 2014, 10:19 AM ]

    The football homecoming court has been selected at MHS. The senior queen candidates are Codi Sandefur, Lyndsey Carpenter and Bailey Zacharias. The senior king candidates and escorts are Spence Weaver, Ozzy Diaz, Colton Clement, Jeffery Ortloff, Colton Erwin, Nuriel Trevino and Judge Hartin. The junior princess is Daisy Fuentes, the sophomore princess is Kaitlyn Jones and the freshman princess is Brooklyn Erwin. The crown bearers are Clara Hartin and Jackson Harper. The homecoming ceremony is Oct. 3.

    Frosh Football 'Cats Capture Another Shut-Out Win Thursday Night over 'Skins

    posted Sep 18, 2014, 7:48 PM by Brandon Jacks

    Josh Crowell scored twice and Costa Chambers scored once as Madill recorded an 18-0 blanking of Kingston in ninth grade football action Thursday night on Alumni Field.
    Crowell crashed into the end zone in the first half to give the Madill club a 6-0 advantage. Chambers broke around the left end and raced his way to pay dirt on a 73-yard touchdown run in the third frame to stretch the 'Cats' cushion to 12-0. Crowell's 10-yard run put the wraps on the victory with 6:48 left in the fourth period. Madill's defense was helped by interceptions recorded by Jared Williams, Ryan Ortloff and Trevor Goff. Tanner Edmonds picked up a fumble recovery in the game.

    Madill Ag Department Receives Numerous Awards for Constructed Projects at State Fair

    posted Sep 18, 2014, 1:16 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 19, 2014, 6:18 AM ]

    The Madill agriculture education department received numerous placings at the State Fair of Oklahoma 2014 recently. The department constructed a smoker with a hitch that earned first place and grand champion. Jesus Barrientos built a truck tailgate that won first place in truck beds, racks and pickup accessories category. Tucker Burns' table won second place in the indoor furniture division. The chapter's hog trap earned third place in the hobbies and recreation division. Holden Bell made two piggy banks that received a second and third place finish. The group also built a weight rack that earned fifth place. Jericho Johns built a podium that earned him sixth place.  Dalton Yeats made a boot jack that received tenth place.



    Watch Video of Jesus Barrientos Explaining His Tailgate Entry. Filmed by Danyel Himelright & Stacie Burchett. His project took about two weeks to make

    Madill Renews Annual Football Clash with Kingston Friday Night on Road

    posted Sep 18, 2014, 8:09 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 19, 2014, 11:19 AM ]

    The Madill football team renews its annual clash with county foe Kingston Friday night on the road. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
    The Wildcats (1-1) attempt to rebound from a loss on the road last week to Class 4A's No. 4 Ada. The 'Skins come into the contest ranked No. 13 in Class 2A.
    "We've got to play with intensity," Madill coach Milton Cooper said. "It's at their (Kingston) place and they will be juiced up pretty good."
    Madill will also have to rebound from a 16-7 loss to the Redskins last season.
    The 'Cats have only lost to Kingston twice in the last decade. Kingston's average score in the first two games of this season is 31.5 to 3. 
    "We've got to take advantage of scoring opportunities," Cooper said.
    Madill put up 39 points against Tishomingo in the season opener. So, the offense can be explosive.
    "We hope to get our offense going and put points up on the board," senior Ozzy Diaz said.

    2004: Madill 45, Kingston 7
    2005: Madill 19, Kingston 7
    2006: Kingston 35, Madill 21
    2007: Madill 55, Kingston 13
    2008: Madill 25, Kingston 13
    2009: Madill 56, Kingston 8
    2010: Madill 56, Kingston 6
    2011: Madill 35, Kingston 7
    2012: Madill 49, Kingston 0
    2013: Kingston 16, Madill 7



    Madill Ninth Grade to Host Kingston at Alumni Field Thursday Night

    posted Sep 18, 2014, 6:38 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 18, 2014, 7:11 AM ]

    The Madill ninth grade football club is 2-0 on the young season and is set to host the Kingston Redskins at Alumni Field tonight.
    The junior high, which is the seventh grade team, will start the action between 5-5:30 p.m.
    The eighth grade squad will combine with the ninth grade team for the second game this evening.



    Listen to the audio file of Magic Brown discussing the start of the season

    Madill to Host Cat Run Cross Country Meet Saturday

    posted Sep 18, 2014, 6:22 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 18, 2014, 6:30 AM ]

    The Madill Cat Run cross country meet starts at 9 a.m. on Sept. 20 (Saturday) at the Madill City Lake.
    The fifth grade boys and girls will run a 1600-meter race. The sixth through eighth grade girls are slated for a 1600-meter race. The sixth grade to eighth grade boys will run a 3200-meter event. The high school girls will run the 3200-meter event and the high school boys will run a 4800-meter race. 

    Softball Loses Two Games Tuesday Night

    posted Sep 16, 2014, 6:40 PM by Brandon Jacks

    The Madill softball squad fell 5-2 to Wilson and 8-2 to Sulphur on Tuesday night at Tom Reynolds Field.

    Madill Speech Traveling to Take Part in Demo Day in Lawton Thursday; Captain Explains

    posted Sep 16, 2014, 9:02 AM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Sep 18, 2014, 5:49 AM ]

    The Madill speech team is traveling to Lawton Sept. 18 to witness the annual Demo Day in Lawton. Senior speech captain Blake Gambel explains the events of the day.
    Click on the audio file to hear Gambel's explanation.

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