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Cowboys Gameday: Homecoming

Rick Patrick: rick@greenepublishing.com This homecoming game will not be like most games for the Cowboys of Madison County High School (MCHS). The festive events leading up to tonight’s game have been familiar, but the game itself will likely have a different feel. When looking at the opponent for the Cowboys, one almost needs a French pronunciation guide to read the player’s names. Many of the players for the Clearwater International Academy (CIA) Knights are French Canadian players attending the private boarding school in Clearwater, Fla. The Knights are coming to…

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Broncos win big on opening night

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Perhaps the loneliest position on the Madison County Central School (MCCS) Broncos football team is the punter. At least, that’s the way it seemed during their opening game against the Florida High Middle School Seminoles on Thursday, Aug. 22, at Boot Hill Stadium. The Broncos were able to take advantage of Seminole turnovers and Jacarre Fleming’s rushing to take a convincing 42-6 win over the Seminoles. After Florida High won the coin toss and deferred to the second half, the Broncos received the opening kickoff….

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“Let’s go!” Cowboys begin tough schedule

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. During his Tuesday, Aug. 20 coach’s show on WJHC Talk 107.5, Madison County High School (MCHS) Head Coach Mike Coe talked about the Cowboys’ performance during the “Kickoff Classic” game against Wakulla High School on Friday, Aug 16. The game, which didn’t count as part of the official record, was called off at halftime with the Cowboys ahead 27-26. Coach Coe mentioned the fact that, on the defensive side of the ball, only one player, Chalon Howard, had any more than four starts in their…

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Cowboys ranked nationally in another pre-season poll

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys continue to garner national attention beyond the Florida state line. The nationwide website MaxPreps has ranked the Cowboys number 24 in the nation among small schools. These schools generally have student populations of under 1,000 students. In the case of California schools, some sections have playoff divisions based on competitive equity, rather than school population. “Pre-season polls are based off of prior success that your program has had. It really doesn’t affect the upcoming year,” said MCHS Head…

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