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Young Madisonville athletes began youth football and cheer practice last week at the Junior High School and are working towards their season opener as a part of the Heart of Texas Football organization. more
Several local teams traveled to Bryan on Friday to take part in the sixth annual High School Football Media Day at Merrill Green Stadium in preparation for the regular season, which is less than a month away. more
Based on current and projected landings estimates, the private recreational angler red snapper season in federal waters off the Texas coast will close at 12:01 a.m., Friday, earlier than the initially projected 97-day season, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife. more
A number of Madison County 4-H students competed in the Texas State 4-H Shooting Sports Games at the National Shooting Sports Complex in San Antonio earlier this month and local archer Zach Rebstock continued his success in the sport by earning the title of Reserve Champion. more
Madisonville junior high, junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders participated in their summer camp workouts at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine over the weekend and took advantage of a chance to compete against other squads on the final day. more
Former Madisonville High School football stars Alonzo and Chris Whaley hosted the Sixth Annual Hope For Youth Football Camp at Mustang Stadium on Thursday and Friday. The camp included Kindergarten through grade five participants in the morning and grades six through 12 in the afternoon. more
Major League Baseball immortalized six former players on Sunday with inductions into the Hall-of-Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. more
Joseph Jones remains an offensive and defensive threat in the Puerto Rican professional basketball league. more
The 57th Annual Texas State 4-H Horse Show began on Sunday at the Brazos County Expo and a number of local students will participate in the competition. The 4-H Horse Show will span across seven days and conclude on Saturday. more
Melissa Padgett knows what it takes to win. more
With the Madden rankings come typical preseason bragging rights for players and fans alike and something to discuss prior to kickoff, which is just over 50 days away. more
The Madisonville High School graduate is pitching for the Sanford Mainers of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. more
(SHAWNEE, Okla.) − The 27th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo (IFYR) came to a close July 12 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The world’s richest youth rodeo awarded more than $250,000 in prize money, championship saddles and buckles on Friday after the finals performance. more
The 2019 high school football season is right around the corner and the Madisonville Mustangs are working to compete in one of the state’s most challenging districts. more
It has been a wild summer for sports. From the Toronto Raptors taking the NBA Championship to the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team prevailing in the World Cup once more, there has been no shortage of entertainment for the casual sports fan. more
Madisonville local Zachary Rebstock has compiled a number of top finishes since he began competing in archery. He picked up another first place finish at the Texas State Archery Association (TSAA) Outdoor Target Championships over the weekend, where he also earned a U.S.A. Gold Medal and set a new TSAA record. more
Madisonville’s Aly Ghormley has been chosen to represent Bloomer Trailers out of hundreds of high school rodeo athletes across the country. The Bloomer Trailers team consists of 33 teams representing 13 states. more
Members of Madisonville’s Carpe Diem Dance Studio traveled to Kissimmee, Fla. for Nationals over the weekend to compete against dozens of dance studios from around the country for prestigious top honors at ‘Showstopper’, the largest dance competition in the U.S. more
Trail: First Place Layla Clark Jr. Stock Horse Pleasure: First Place Josey Sikorski Jr. Poles: 10th Place Jaley Neal Jr. Barrels: Third Place Jaley Neal Jr. Stakes: First Place Jaley … more
Lyndie Dunn of Midway, Texas, Will Farris and Tyler Ketchum of Madisonville, Texas, Grace Jackson of Huntsville, Texas, and Chase McBee of Normangee, Texas, are competing in the 27th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo July 7-12 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Dunn, Farris, Ketchum, Jackson and McBee are participating in the world’s richest youth rodeo, hoping to win their share of more than $250,000 in prize money and championship saddles and buckles. more
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