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Cowboys Gameday: A fresh new season

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The state championship trophies from last season are well enshrined in the trophy case at Madison County High School (MCHS). The accolades from last year, although well deserved, are in the past. The championship rings are now adorning the fingers of last season’s players and coaches. That was last season; this is a new season. This team of young Cowboys is ready to make their own history in 2018. The opportunity for another history-making season is ahead. No Cowboy team has ever won back-to-back state…

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MCHS volleyball season begins

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School (MCHS) volleyball season has begun with matches in Valdosta, Ga. The Cowgirls have had mixed results against some stiff competition from across the border. On Tuesday, Aug. 14, the junior varsity team defeated the Lady Trojans of Brooks County High School, from Quitman, Ga, in straight sets, 25-16 and 25-12. The Cowgirls junior varsity was then defeated by the Lady Wildcats of Valdosta High in three sets; 9-25, 25-23 and 10-15. At the Aug. 14 event, the MCHS varsity team…

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Changes at Boot Hill Stadium

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. For those Madison County High School Cowboy fans who are planning to attend the games at Boot Hill Stadium this year, there is a major change in store. There will be a $5 per car parking fee collected at each home game. A season-long parking pass may be purchased for $25. Funds from the parking fees will be used to make much needed improvements to the facilities at Boot Hill Stadium. There are also several booster packages available, all of which include reserved parking passes….

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Cowboys to help fight cancer

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. This year, the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys football team will tackle an opponent tougher than any other they will face on the gridiron. The Cowboys will be participating in the “2018 Touchdowns Against Cancer” campaign to fight childhood cancer. Students, fans and anyone else can join the fight by pledging a dollar amount for each touchdown scored by the Cowboys during the month of September. Money raised will go to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in their continuing fight to ensure no…

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