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Lorenzo Cain making most of his return to Brewers

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison County High School Alumnus Lorenzo Cain seems to be fitting right in with his new “old” team, the Milwaukee Brewers. Cain began his Major League Baseball (MLB) career in 2010 with the Milwaukee Brewers before beginning a seven-year stint with the Kansas City Royals, which included a World Series title in 2015. Cain was the American League Championship Series MVP in 2014. Cain also played in his first All-Star game in 2015. In January, Cain signed a five-year $80 million deal with the Brewers….

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Cowgirls shut out Lady Lions

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Cowgirls wasted little time jumping out in front of the Lady Lions from Leon High School on Thursday, March 29 at Cowgirl field. After taking a 4-0 lead in the first inning, the Cowgirls added one more run in the fifth inning, then held on for the 5-0 victory. With the win, the Cowgirls improved their record to 12-3 for the season. Abi Annett had one hit to show for her one at-bat with two RBIs. Hope Underhill went one-for-three with one RBI. Caroline…

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Cowgirls’ defense shines in flag football wins

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The games did not feature the kinds of offensive fireworks to which the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowgirls have become accustomed, so the defensive units stepped up. That was the case when both the Cowgirls’ junior varsity and varsity flag football teams faced the Timberwolves of Chiles High School on Thursday, March 22 at Boot Hill Stadium. In both games, the defensive units pulled out big plays that helped seal victories for both Cowgirl squads. The evening began with the junior varsity teams from…

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Travis Jay makes verbal commitment to FSU

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Life for Madison County High School (MCHS) junior Travis Jay may begin to get a little simpler now. For the stand-out two-sport athlete, the college offers have been rolling in on an almost a daily basis. A short list of schools from whom Jay has received offers reads like a Who’s Who of college football programs, including: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, Maryland, Miami, and Tennessee, just to name a few. Now, Jay has taken a big step forward in making his final decision about where…

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