Before summer comes spring, and for many of Madison County’s youth, that means sports. March 13 marked the beginning of track and golf practices, and many students and coaches around the county are ready to get back in action.
It was a tough week for the Sheridan Panthers –taking on the Ennis Mustangs, followed by a supercharged performance from the Twin Bridges Falcons two days later. The Panthers lost to the Falcons, 93-49.
Purple cats versus purple cats. The Harrison gym was completely purple on Saturday, Jan. 21 when the visiting Sheridan Panthers came to play the Wildcats.
The first Madison County basketball game of the New Year came on Jan. 3 when the Sheridan Panthers hosted the Harrison Wildcats. Despite cool temperatures outside, the court saw heat as the Wildcats and Panthers battled back and forth for possession of the ball, resulting in close games for both teams. In the end, however, both Wildcat teams were victorious.
Due to plummeting temperatures, high winds and blowing and drifting snow, all Madison County basketball games for Dec. 16 were postponed. The Harrison vs. Sheridan game was rescheduled for Jan. 6, and the Ennis vs. Twin Bridges game was rescheduled for Feb. 7. Read on for information about the games that did happen: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp
All of Madison County’s teams have played at least one basketball game – read on to learn how they fared: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp
Tis the season … for basketball in Madison County. The Madisonian reached out to the varsity coaches from Ennis, Harrison, Sheridan and Twin Bridges so we have an idea of what to expect from our teams this season.
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.
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.