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Cowboys 2018 – Who to look for

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. With football season just a few weeks away, excitement will soon begin to build. Before long, Friday night lights will shine on Boot Hill Stadium and the smell of fried gizzards will fill the air. Pads will soon begin popping and the Cowboy faithful will again be urged to “Talk to your defense!” When the season begins in August, there will be some changes on the field. That does not mean there will be any lack of excitement. Although players like Derrick Staten, Jr., Tre…

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Local nine-year-old eyes rodeo future

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Will Stewart is not unlike many nine-year-old youngsters. He enjoys swimming, fishing, video games and all the other activities one would expect a nine-year-old boy to enjoy. However, for young Stewart, there is another activity that causes his young face to light up when he speaks on the subject. Stewart is an avid rodeo competitor. After his first full season of rodeo competition, Stewart has already won ribbons in several rodeo events. Stewart has competed in barrel racing, pole bending, the goat ribbon pull and…

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Cowboy seniors enjoy special graduation ceremony

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. While the rest of their fellow classmates were preparing to walk across the stage during graduation ceremonies at Madison County High School (MCHS), the MCHS baseball team was busy winning the state semi-final game in Ft. Myers. Although this conflict may have been problematic, for the seniors on the Cowboys baseball team, a solution was found. On Wednesday, May 23, there was a special ceremony at Cowboy Field for the seniors on the MCHS baseball squad. This allowed the graduating seniors and their families to…

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ACA athletic teams earn second Academic Team Championship

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. For the second year in a row, the combined athletic teams at Aucilla Christian Academy have earned the school the Class 2A State Academic Team Championship. The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) has named the Warriors Academic Team Champions based on combined team grade point averages (GPAs) throughout the school year. Helping make the case for the Warriors was the baseball team that came in second place in Class 2A with a team GPA of 3.447. The softball team was third in Class 2A…

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