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Cowboys Gameday: Facing a familiar hurdle

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com Although the two schools are on almost opposite ends of the state, there is a certain familiarity between the Blue Devils of Pahokee High School and the Cowboys of Madison County High School (MCHS). Tonight, Nov. 29, at Boot Hill Stadium, the two teams will face off for the third time in four seasons in the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 1A State Semi-final game. In their last meeting, the Cowboys soundly defeated the Blue Devils, 28-10, on Boot Hill in 2017, on their way to…

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Cowboys flash past Hilliard

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com It took very little time on the dark and rainy evening of Friday, Nov. 15, for the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys to establish instant dominance over the Red Flashes of Hilliard High School in the Region Three Semi-final game of the Florida High School Athletic Association’s (FHSAA) Class 1A football playoffs. The Cowboys racked up 438 yards of offense on their way to a 56-0 rout of the Red Flashes. The Cowboys scored early and often, beginning with a 58-yard touchdown run by Derrion Staten…

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Madison Vet wins 10U soccer championship

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com The 10U team from Madison Veterinary Clinic was a dominant force during the fall season of the Madison Youth Soccer League. They were the top team in the 10U division throughout the season and held on to that top spot in their championship game, shutting out Royal Restorations, 5-0, on Thursday, Oct. 24. The Madison Veterinary team was coached by Will Oberslake and Josh Boan. The Madison Youth Soccer program began in the fall of 2018 with 56 players. By the time of the fall season this…

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Cowboys leash Bulldogs on Senior Night

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com The Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys wrapped up their regular season in style with an impressive 34-13 victory over the Bulldogs of Crestview High School on Friday, Nov. 1, at Boot Hill Stadium. With the win, the Cowboys finished their regular season with an 8-2 record and a number one seed going into the Region Three playoffs. The contest began with the Cowboys on offense. The Cowboys put together an 80-yard touchdown drive that was capped off when Vinsonta Allen ran the ball into the end-zone…

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