Submitted by Wayne Money
After a disappointing two game road stretch where the Varsity Cowboys lost to Suwannee, FL 4 to 3 and Ringgold, GA 16 to 6 , the Cowboy’s baseball team is back at their winning ways. The team traveled to Tallahassee Thursday for a Class 4A Distract 2 contest against the Godby Cougars and came home with a decisive 9 to 1 victory. As a team, the Cowboys had six hits, ten free passes and five RBI’s. With the win, their season record now stands at 3 wins against 2 losses, with a district record of 1 win and 0 losses. Zack Money picked up his second win of the season pitching a complete game with 12 K’s, 3 free passes and 0 earned runs.
On this cold evening, DJ Mcknight led the way at the plate going 1 for 2 with his 3rd HR of the season driving in 3 runs while being intentionally walked twice. Patrick Bowen, Zack Money, Chad Oliver and Akevious Williams added hits, and Jake Latner and Chad Oliver each picked up an RBI. Two big time defensive plays were made in the outfield; one diving catch by Akevious playing in right field and one over the shoulder grab by DJ in center field. Also contributing were Wayne Driggers, Brandon Hammond and Drew Richardson with runs scored. More news worthy of mentioning is the Cowboys check in this week at number 6 in the Big Bend area rankings as voted by Next level baseball.
The Cowboys continue on a nine game road swing today at 4:00pm against Melody Christian Academy in Live Oak.
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Submitted by Wayne Money
After a disappointing two game stretch during Spring break, the Cowboy varsity baseball team is back at their winning ways. The team traveled to Quitman Monday for a contest against the Brooks County Trojans and came home with a decisive 15 to 1 victory. As a team, the Cowboys had fifteen hits, seven free passes and fourteen RBI’s. With the win, their season record now stands at 13 wins against 6 losses, with a district record of 4 wins and 2 losses. Zack Money picked up his third win of the season pitching 3 innings and Jarrod Burns got the final 6 outs of the game including five K’s.
On the night, Heath Carroll, Jake Latner and Zack Money led the way each going 3 for 4 at the plate including 2 doubles and 4 RBI’s for Heath, 3 RBI’s for Jake and a triple and an RBI for Zack. Also contributing were Patrick Bowen (2 for 3), Adam Odiorne (2 for 2 & 2 RBI’s), DJ McKnight (1 for 3 with a HR & 2 RBI’s) and Aaron Brown (1 for 4). News also came Monday that the Cowboys have moved into the top eight in the Big Bend area rankings as voted by Next level baseball.
The Cowboys now start a 7 game home stretch to finish out the regular season beginning Thursday, April 5th against the Lafayette Hornets at 7:00pm.
For more on Cowboys baseball, please visit the following site at MAXPREPS.com
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County High School Cowboys baseball team will host a 100-inning marathon game on Friday, Jan. 28, beginning at 4 p.m. at the high school baseball field.
Players have been going into the community to get sponsors for different innings.
On Friday, the players will be divided into three different teams in order to play the marathon game.
Admission to the game will be free. Concessions will be available.