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DANIELSVILLE – Madison County threw everything at North Oconee's defense Friday night, but almost nothing worked, especially through the second and third quarters.

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Photos from Madison County's victory over Stephens County. The Red Raiders followed the win with a loss to St. Pius X (Tuesday) and a win over North Oconee (Thursday). The win over North Oconee vaulted the Raiders to the No. 3 seed in the 4A State Playoffs.

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DANIELSVILLE - Thanks to a rain and lightning delay, Madison County’s round one double-header with Gilmer County started just after 6 pm, over an hour after the scheduled start time.

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There’s talk in football of the 12th man, that extra energy a home crowd brings when they passionately support their team. Coach Ken Morgan and the Red Raider softball team are hoping for the “10th girl” Thursday, Sept. 19, as they host Oconee County with the region one-seed on the line.

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DANIELSVILLE – The fury of the No. 6 Hart County Bulldogs was similar to ruckus caused by recent storms in northeast Georgia. Both contained thunder and lightning, and both made their presence felt in Madison County Saturday night.

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Because the Madison County Journal is completed at noon on Wednesday’s, the softball game at Archer is not in this week’s issue. Visit the madisonjournalTODAY.com for the story.

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GAINESVILLE – 133 girls started the North Hall Invite and Madison County sophomore Lindley Hawks finished 29th. Her performance led the way for Madison County’s 11th place finish.

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WATKINSVILLE – Madison County’s volleyball team entered Tuesday night’s region opener with the hottest start in program history. But that success didn’t translate to either of their two matches at Oconee County.

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The Madison County football team is riding high after back-to-back triumphs over Habersham Central and Apalachee. But this week the Red Raiders have their hands full playing perhaps the best team on their schedule.

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Because the Madison County Journal is completed at noon on Wednesday's, the Wednesday night game versus East hall will not be in this week's issue. Visit madisonjournalToday.com for the full story.

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Thursday afternoon, before a doctor’s appointment, Madison County High School graduate Olivia Montgomery receives a phone call from her now former high school head coach Ken Morgan. Morgan presents her an offer. Play one last time with the Red Raiders. Montgomery accepts the offer and spends…

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The Madison County girls tennis team is rolling into the Region 8-4A Playoffs following four victories last week. The Red raiders defeated Commerce on Monday, Clarke Central on Tuesday, East Jackson on Wednesday and Habersham Central on Friday. The girls only lost two sets out of the 20 they…

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Decades of building and developing Madison County boys soccer culminated with the programs most glorious moment to date Friday night in Toccoa. The 3-1 victory over Stephens County not only guaranteed the Red Raiders a spot in the 4A State Playoffs, but it also keeps them in the hunt for the…

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Madison County's win over Walnut Grove Tuesday night was somewhat of a baseball clinic teaching the importance of not stranding baserunners and having a strong bullpen. The Red Raiders defeated Walnut grove 5-4, but they had to lean on their relievers in the final three innings after falteri…

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In the State Playoffs, no team can be taken lightly. The Red Raiders found that out Friday when they trailed to No. 4 seed Cedartown 30-24 at halftime and 38-30 just minutes into the third quarter. Fortunately, the Raiders responded well to a timeout, and a corner three-pointer by Tykeria Ba…

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On Saturday, after six minutes of completive wrestling, Josh Kincaid’s season came to its conclusion. A lifetime of hard work and dedication paid off. You could see that on his face. As he jumped in head coach Richie Houston’s arms after the match, and as the referee presented him as the 201…