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Cowboys blank Tigers

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. After a defeat at the paws of the Tigers of Columbia County High School a week earlier, the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys were eager for redemption. That redemption came in front of a home crowd on Friday, Sept. 28, when the Cowboys faced the Tigers of Dunnellon High School. The Cowboys took full advantage and rebounded in a big way with a resounding 42-0 victory. After a weather delay, thanks to some nearby lightning strikes, the Cowboys kicked off to the Tigers. The…

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Cowboys Game Day… Bouncing back

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. After suffering a loss at the hands of the Columbia County High School Tigers on Friday, Sept. 21, the Cowboys were faced with a decision to make for the rest of the season. Were they going to throw the towel in and pout; or were they going to pull themselves up and learn from the miscues of last Friday? As soon as Coach Coe addressed his team after the hard-fought game against Columbia County, he had his answer to that question. “On the way home,…

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Pickleball serves up fun way to exercise

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Pickleball, the fastest growing sport in the United States, will potentially have its own courts at the Madison Recreational Park. Former Get-Fit Owner, Judi Wyche, approached the Madison County Commissioners at their recent board meeting to ask for courts for the wildly popular game. The board is currently researching prices for building the courts, with the funds coming from the County’s recent sale of land adjacent to the park and possibly a Tourist Development Grant. Use of these funds means that no taxpayer money will…

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Cowboys Game Day … We’re Ready!

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. When Madison County High School (MCHS) Head Coach Mike Coe sat down for his radio show on Tuesday night the first words out of his mouth were, “We’re ready.” What could be the biggest game on the Cowboys’ schedule is coming up tonight in Lake City against Columbia County High School. As Coach Coe put it, “This is why you play football in Madison County.” Tonight’s match pits two undefeated teams and two of the top programs in North Florida. Columbia County is ranked number…

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