By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowboys proved that their dominance spreads through the entire northern part of the state as they manhandled Pine Forest High School out of Pensacola on Friday, Oct. 7.
Tommie Young was the leading rusher for the Cowboys as they dominated the team from the tip of the Panhandle by a score of 42-21.
The pound and ground attack of Young netted 172 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries.
Deonshay Wells rushed the ball 11 times, picking up 106 yards and scoring a touchdown.
Tevin Roundtree rushed the ball once for two yards but picked up a touchdown on the lone carry.
Deontaye Oliver picked up 18 yards on one carry.
Keon Bruton had one carry for 11 yards.
Shedrick Williams took the handoff twice and picked up 36 yards.
Troymond Alexander picked up four yards on one carry.
D.J. McKnight threw the ball three times, completing one pass to Deonshay Wells for a 57-yard touchdown.
Ira Denson was named Offensive Player of the Week for his dominating play on the line. He graded out at 88 percent and had three pin blocks.
Chris O’Hara had seven tackles, including one for a loss and was named Defensive Player of the Week. He graded out at 87 percent.
Kicker Zack Money converted six of six extra points and averaged the 12-yard line on his kickoffs. He was named Special Teams Player of the Week.
The Cowboys have a week off before tangling with Pensacola Cathlolic at home on October 21.