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Wildcats Suffer Loss to Sulphur in District Opener Sept. 23

  The Madill football team suffered a 55-21 loss to the Sulphur Bulldogs on the road as District 3A-4 play began Friday  (Sept. 23). The Wildcats started the game in the best way possible by scoring on the first drive of the contest as JJ Sanders took a short pass from quarterback Raygan Dodd and

‘Cats’ Cross Country Team to Run at OSU in Stillwater Saturday

The Madill cross country teams are scheduled to run at the 80th Annual Cowboy Jamboree at OSU in Stillwater on Saturday  (Sept. 24). The varsity girls are slated to run at 12:10 p.m. The varsity boys run at 12:40 p.m. It is said to be the oldest continuous cross country meet in the United States. It was

Lady ‘Cats Softball Season Nears Close

The Madill Lady Wildcats softball season is coming to a close soon and the MHS club has been playing for a spot in the playoffs this season . They will travel to Pauls Valley Sept. 22 and then make a trip to Ada Saturday (Sept. 24) to wrap the district regular season schedule. Take a

All Teams Schedule: Lady ‘Cats Softball at Ada Canceled Sept. 24

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Madill High School, September 19 – September 25 MONDAY September 19, 2016 5:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball vs. Plainview High School (canceled) SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 20, 2016 9:00 AM Girls Varsity Cross Country Silo SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Boys Varsity Cross Country Silo SCHEDULE 4:30 PM Girls Varsity

‘Cats Football Club Surges in Second Half to Defeat Kingston

The Madill Wildcats scored 20 unanswered points Friday night to claim a 34-14 triumph over Marshall County foe Kingston. Redskins quarterback Cody Flesher put Kingston on the board on his 14-yard touchdown run with 3:27 left in the first frame. Wildcats quarterback Raygan Dodd responded with a 34-yard TD pass to JJ Sanders with 28

Frosh Football ‘Cats Storm Back for Win over Kingston Thursday

The ninth grade football team scored a 28-10 comeback win over the Kingston Redskins Thursday night (Sept. 15) at Blake Smiley Stadium. Kingston led 10-0 before the ‘Cats stormed back on a night that featured a downpour of rain. Asa Robertson picked up a fumble and returned it 70 yards for the touchdown and added

Madill Falls to Heritage Hall Sept. 9

Heritage Hall carried a 28-game winning streak coupled with a pair of state titles into Blake Smiley Stadium Friday night. However, the Chargers found the Wildcats to be resilient. Nonetheless, Heritage Hall left with a 42-19 win. The Chargers struck first on a 20-yard touchdown pass to Billy Ross from Blake Adams with 8:24 left