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It wasn’t the post-season, but the showdown between Madison County and Flowery Branch had an element of the playoffs to it, with the Red Raiders taking their second victory this season, 2-0, over last year’s region champion last Thursday.

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After getting gashed repeatedly on the ground by for nearly three quarters by Madison County’s triple-option offense Friday, Sept. 3, Apalachee’s defense rose to the occasion twice, forcing a pair of turnovers and giving the Wildcats’ offense — down just five points — a chance to take the le…

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Two Madison County fishing teams were recognized by the county commissioners Monday for their performances in the U.S. Army High School Fishing Championship at Lake Hartwell June 30 through July 3. Pictured (L-R) are Logan Fisher, Will Hart, BOC chairman Todd Higdon, Blake Hooper and Levi Se…

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Madison County held a Circle-of-Honor ceremony Friday to recognize the “Best of the Best” in Red Raider football program over more than six decades since football started at the school in 1957. Pictured (L-R) are Trey Lattimore (accepting on behalf of his big brother Traveon Latimore), Cedri…

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Madison County’s Josh Kincaid, a three-time state wrestling champion, was recently presented with the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) and The United States Marine Corps “High School Scholar All-American Award.” “Marines and wrestlers are warriors who share the same principles,”…

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Madison County High School varsity cheer coach Morgan Ivester said the 2021 Future Red Raider Cheerleading Camp “had an outstanding turnout with 123 4-13 year olds.” “The Future Red Raider Cheerleaders were able to learn skills in the areas of stunting, tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers and cha…

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A Final Four finish — that’s not exactly what Red Raider head coach Keith Strickland envisioned early on for his young Madison County boys’ tennis team. But his squad proved a lot this season, advancing to the Class AAAA state semifinals, where they fell to perennial power Marist Friday, 3-0.

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Dawson Moss, a third grader at Comer Elementary School, was able to walk away with a win in his first kickboxing fight Saturday, April 10 in Villa Rica. Moss trains at Contemporary Martial Arts owned by Chuck Cawthon in Hartwell and coached by his father, Brandon Moss and Professional MMA fi…