The Madison County High School Cowgirls softball team have been dominating so far since their first game of the season on Feb. 2.
On Tuesday, Feb. 16, the Cowgirls faced off against the Jefferson County Tigers at 7 p.m. in a home game. With a final score of 20-0, the Cowgirls completely overwhelmed the Tigers in three innings.
In their next game held on Thursday, Feb. 18, the Cowgirls remained victorious as they traveled to Hamilton County to go up against the Hamilton County Trojans. Although the Trojans made an attempt, the Cowgirls had the upper hand and wrapped up the game with a final score of 21-7. In the first inning, the Trojans won with a score of 5-4, but in the next innings, the Cowgirls fought back; in the second inning, the Cowgirls won 1-0 and in the third inning they won with a score of 2-1. The fourth quarter was a hefty defeat for the Trojans, as the Cowgirls clobbered their opponent with a massive win of 10-1. In the fifth inning, the Cowgirls were successful with a score of 4-0 and wrapped up the game quickly after that.
FSU had no chance against the Cowgirls, either, in the game held on Friday, Feb. 19. The Seminoles failed in almost every inning, falling short to the Cowgirls with no runs made until the fourth quarter, which was finished off in the Seminole's favor with a miniscule score of 1-0. The Cowgirls finished up the match with a final score of 11-1.
The Cowgirls had a nice winning streak recently and are currently holding a 4-4 overall record and a 2-1 in the district.