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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

LeBron to the Lakers

Even if you are not a sports fan, chances are you have heard that LeBron James has moved on from the Cleveland Cavaliers yet again and joined one of the most prestigious franchises in North American sports: the Los Angeles Lakers. more

Little Dribblers return

Saturday marked the opening ceremony for the return of the Little Dribblers basketball program in Madisonville at the Junior High School gym and was attended by players and parents. more

Summer of LeBron (cont.)

Unsurprisingly to most sports fans, the NBA offseason’s most coveted prize opted out of the final year of his contract with the Cleveland Caviliers on Friday and is officially a free agent for the third time in his remarkable career. more

Brady ranked best by peers

As the offseason slowly but surely approaches training camp, the NFL Network just concluded their 2018 edition of the league’s Top 100 players as told by the players themselves. more

Archer wins gold at 4-H tourney

Madison County 4-H students garnered multiple awards at the Texas State 4-H Roundup at Texas A&M in College Station earlier this month, including a first place finish in the Compound Aided Archery Contest for Zachary Rebstock. more

MCISD ranks in Lonestar Cup standings

Madisonville High School was ranked 24th out of all Class 4A programs in the state of Texas this week in the annual Lone Star Cup Award standings, which seeks to encompass a wide range of sports and activities to honor the schools that succeed across the board. more

Mavs grab Doncic

The NBA Draft was held on Thursday evening at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn and was the first major event of the new offseason. more

Byrd leads summer Mustangs

Since UIL rules prohibit a team’s coach from leading the squad in summer league activities, Madisonville Basketball Coach Chris Reid needed someone in the community that he could trust with the important task of his players’ offseason development. more

Little League takes the title

The Madisonville Navy All-Star Little League baseball team won the Machine Pitch District 33 Championship game on Thursday night for the first time in five years with a 4-2 victory over College Station's Maroon team. more

Astros sit atop the American League

As baseball season slowly but surely progresses through the hectic basketball and hockey postseasons and now the World Cup in Russia, the Astros have defended their title nicely and own the most victories in the Majors with 48 wins as of June 18. more

Football keeps busy in offseason

The Madisonville Mustang football players are keeping busy in the offseason in preparation for the 2018 season next fall. more

Summer of LeBron (take three)

The fourth edition of the NBA Finals featuring the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors was short lived and somehow even more one sided and forgettable than originally advertised. more

Basketball looks to improve in June

The Madisonville basketball team continues to work on improving their game along with a number of other programs in the area this offseason in the Brazos Valley Summer Basketball League. more
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