Madison County athletes make all-conference, all-state basketball teams
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Though the weather outside is far too delightful to be considered winter, action on the hard court is ramping up for the 2014-15 basketball season. With teams playing their first games this week, action for the four Madison County high schools is sure to impress. Each area coach was asked to provide his or her outlook for this season. Here is a look at some of the local talent who will try to get the job done in the 2014-15 basketball campaign.
On Saturday afternoon, with a cold fall storm impending, the rain started falling as the Powder River County Hawks scored on the final play of the game to outscore the Twin Bridges Falcons 60 – 57 in the first round of the state football playoffs.
Every Friday morning throughout the fall sports season, Sheridan community members rally to support the football and volleyball players with breakfast at 8 a.m.
Though the Ennis football team cruised to an easy victory over Broadview-Lavina during their first conference game on Aug. 29, the 46 – 6 final score does not count as a win for the Mustangs.
“During [the game] we played an ineligible player,” Superintendent John Overstreet told The Madisonian. “Football players must have 12 practices before playing in a football contest. The player in question only had 11 practices.”
On Sunday, Sept. 7, the Harrison Wildcats hosted a cross-country meet in Pony.
Ennis at Broadview Lavina – Mustangs win 46-6 in first game of the year
What is six-man football? According to Sheridan coach Ricy Anderson, it’s a fast-paced, hard-hitting way to play ball with fewer athletes.
Madison County athletes competed at state track earlier this month.
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