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Lady Mustangs fight back

The Madisonville volleyball team fought their way back from a two games to one deficit at home to take the fifth match over Normangee and earn a victory in their first regular season matchup on Friday. more

Lady Bulldogs take the court

The North Zulch volleyball team began their 2018 season with a home win over Teague on Tuesday and traveled to Huntsville to test themselves against some of the bigger schools in the area over the weekend. more

Rookies shine in preseason

The NFL season got underway this week with every team competing in a preseason game. Many rookies from April’s draft showed the league what they were capable of in a competitive atmosphere for the first time. more

Stenseth to lead Lady Bulldogs

North Zulch ISD recently welcomed Michael Stenseth to assume the role of women’s basketball coach for the Bulldogs, who will bring a storied past and ample experience to the position. more

Volleyball takes the court

The Madisonville Lady Mustangs volleyball team took the court under Coach Kristen Hooten on Saturday with a scrimmage in Bryan and will open the regular season against Normangee on Friday at home. more

MCISD Cheer steals the show

The Madisonville High School and Junior High cheerleading squads attended the Universal Cheerleading Association Camp at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine this summer for a week of practice and fun. more

Summer sports spotlight

The NFL inducted eight new members into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio on Saturday including Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher. more

Arnold takes third in team roping

The national rodeo circuit is keeping James Arnold busy. The Madisonville High School graduate has been touring the country competing in team roping. Among his recent efforts, he and Charly … more

Youth football seeks support from community

Madisonville Youth Football and Cheer is under new leadership this season with a fresh set of board members who are working to ensure that every kid who wishes to play will have the opportunity to do so with financial help from the community. more

Rebstock continues success

Madisonville local Zach Rebstock placed in four out of his five events at the Texas 4-H Shooting State Games at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio last weekend, which included a first place finish in the Modified 600 event. more

Elite class prepares for glory

The NFL Hall of Fame Game marks the end of a long summer with the first preseason matchup of the new year. Granted, there is still over a month to go until the games count, but the anticipation ramps up as the football world flocks to Canton, Ohio to celebrate the great performers of the past. more

Carter presents 'The Pressing Champions'

Hall-of-Fame basketball Coach Johnny Carter celebrated the release of his second novel, The Pressing Champions, with a book signing last Tuesday at Texas Burger on Main Street. more

Anthem strikes again

The National Football League’s controversy concerning the National Anthem of the United States will turn two years old when the league takes the field for week one of the 2018 season in September and there is still no end in site. more

Rebstock places third

Madisonville local Zachary Rebstock earned third place the weekend after Independence Day at the Texas State Archery Outdoor Championships, missing second place by a single point and first by 12 points. more

Ghormley chosen as IFYR Youth Director

(SHAWNEE, Okla.) - The International Finals Youth Rodeo selected six contestants to serve as youth directors for the 2019 event including Madisonville local Aly Ghormley. more

Summer sports spotlight

Summer brings multiple storylines from across the world of sports and can sometimes be difficult to keep track of, especially with so many offseason moves in the NFL and NBA. I will touch on multiple headlines that have been prominent of late: more

Blakley heads to Hot Springs

Madisonville local Zoey Blakley came out on top in the Texas Bass Federation Youth Qualifying event on June 16 with her teammate Charlie Bates of Roanoke at Eagle Mountain Lake in Fort Worth. more

Local to compete in IFYR

Lyndie Dunn of Midway will compete in the 26th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo (IFYR) from July 8-13 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The event is the world’s richest youth rodeo and Dunn will look to win her share of more than $250,000 in prize money as well as championship saddles and buckles. more

Lady Mustangs to hold volleyball camp

The 2018 Summer Lady Mustangs Volleyball Camp will encompass all age groups and take place on Monday and Tuesday at Madisonville High School. more

Carter to hold book signing

Local Hall of Fame Coach Johnny Carter will celebrate the release of his second book The Pressing Champions with a signing on Tuesday evening at Texas Burger on Main Street from 4 to 7 p.m. more
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