High School News
Ty Davis put the 'Cats on the board first with a five-yard run with 9:46 left in the first quarter. Micah Cooper added a nine-yard TD run with 3:43 in the first. A 25-yard pass to Edgar Padron from Jonathan Lafitta had the 'Cats leading 19-0 with 17 seconds left in the first frame. Raygan Dood caught a 20-yard TD pass from Lafitta with 11:46 to go in the first half. Dekevis Jordan scampered in from 21 yards out with 8:42 to go in the half to increase Madill's advantage. Senior tailback Corbin Larason raced down the sideline for a 65-yard TD run for the 'Cats with 5:42 to go before halftime. Cooper added another 69-yard TD run with 2:02 left in the second quarter. Jordan Herndon picked off a pass and returned it 82 yards for a score to give Madill a 52-0 cushion with 9:18 remaining in the third frame. Comanche got on the board with an 80-yard TD run by quarterback Chaz Allen and added the conversion with 9:01 in the third. A three-yard run by Wildcat freshman Colt Crowson had Madill leading, 59-8 with 3:53 in the third.
Wyatt Harris returned a blocked punt 45 yards for a score for Comanche with 5:22 left in the contest.
San Juanita Flores was named queen and Corbin Larason was tabbed king in the homecoming ceremony prior to the game.
Madill has now won two district games in a row and host Marlow Oct. 15 (Thursday) at Blake Smiley Stadium.
393 rush 144
45 pass 52
415 total 196
Mad-Davis 5 run (conversion failed), 9:46
Mad-Cooper 9 run (Alvarez kick), 3:43
Mad- Padron 25 pass from Lafitta (kick failed), :17
Mad-Dodd 20 pass from Lafitta 11:46
Mad-Jordan 21 run (Alvarez kick), 8:42
Mad-Larason 65 run , 5:42
Mad-Cooper 69 run (kick failed), 2:02
Mad-Herndon 82 Interception Return (Alvarez kick), 9:18
Com-Allen 80 run (conversion), 9:01
Mad-Crowson 3 run (Alvarez kick), 3:53
Com-45 block punt return (conversion failed), 5:22
Madill individual rush: Cooper 9-193, Davis 4-19, Lafitta 3-2, Larason 3-80, Jordan 1-21, Coleman 5-44, Crowson 5-13, Herndon9-21
receiveing: Padron 1-25, Dodd 1-20
pass: Lafitta 2-3-45
The Madill Lady Wildcats ' cross country team ran to sixth place overall at the pre-sale meet in Shawnee Thursday afternoon. The boys club finished tenth.
From 80s movie icons to bell-bottom pants, from 50s rebels to 60s peace-loving people---they all can be seen today in the MHS halls.
Homecoming week culminates tomorrow (Oct. 9) with a series of pep rallies, parade and queen coronation.
The parade begins at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow from Lillie Boulevard, the queen coronation ceremony is set for 7 p.m. at Blake Smiley Stadium and the kickoff of the game between Madill and Comanche is 7:30 on Friday night.
photos by Maggie Ahearn
Alex Morales & Caleb Massey
The cross country teams run in Shawnee today (Oct. 8) before running in the annual Reuel Little Classic in Madill Saturday at William Ray Memorial Park.
Homecoming for the varsity football club is tomorrow at 7:30 pm against Comanche at Blake Smiley Stadium. The queen Coronation is set for 7 pm. It is expected to be carried on Livestream.
The parade is slated for 2:30 pm on Friday afternoon.
The ninth grade football team scored a 36-30 win over Comanche Tuesday.
A pep assembly is planned for 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 9 at Blake Smiley Stadium. Students will be released following the pep assembly. The bus will run at 2:10 p.m. from the high school campus. The parade is set for 2:30 p.m. on Friday around the square.
photo by Maggie Ahearn
The Madill High School academic team defeated Healdton and lost to Plainview Monday (Oct. 5) on the road. The academic matches involve a series of questions in pre-determined categories. Each team member handles a buzzer to ring in when they want to give an answer. Points are awarded for each correct answer. The team with the most correct answers is the winner.
Seniors are building a float to represent the movie Up. Juniors have the Lion King. The sophomores are constructing a float to represent the Avengers and the freshmen are building one to represent Monsters, Inc.
photos by Maggie Ahearn, Selene Moreno & Alex Morales
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