“Little” Sports Still Want Recognition and How MCHS is Helping

“Little” Sports Still Want Recognition and How MCHS is Helping

Clare Wilber, Staff Reporter

September 6, 2018


Filed under Campus, Featured, Sports

Football, baseball, softball, and soccer are likely the four main sports a person may think of when high school athletics teams come to mind around the country. While these sports take up most of the limelight, how do lesser known sports feel about the publicity of their sport? Also, does it affect th...

MCHS Welcomes Five New Coaches

MCHS Welcomes Five New Coaches

Ashlyn White, Staff Writer

August 15, 2018


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With everything going on in the past two years at Madison Consolidated High School, it can be hard to keep up with all the new changes. From getting a new principal, renovations, new schedules and new teachers sometimes we overlook things such as new coaches. This year alone, MCHS has hired five new ...

NFL Provides Four MCHS Students Trip to the Draft

NFL Provides Four MCHS Students Trip to the Draft

Will Davis, Sports Writer

April 26, 2018


Filed under Campus, Community, Featured, Sports

Near the end of the summer, the Madison Cubs football team was the focus of a widely publicized story put out by The New York Times. From that article, which focused heavily on drug abuse in the area, one positive effect has come to light. The NFL chose four players, Coach Patrick Morrison, and Athletic Directo...

2018 College Basketball March Madness Review

2018 College Basketball March Madness Review

Colling Birge, Sports Writer

April 19, 2018


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Just three weeks after the final game of March Madness, it’s gone in what seems to be in the blink of an eye. It was a crazy year for college basketball as there just seemed to be no clear-cut favorite to win this year’s tournament. For the first time in history a 16 seed defeated a one seed, an...

MCS Athletics Unveils New Website

MCS Athletics Unveils New Website

April 6, 2018


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The Madison Consolidated Schools athletic website has received an upgrade. The new website, which is now available here, has been designed to streamline all athletic events for MJHS and MCHS in one place. “With this new launch, we are able to have all athletic events in one location for Madison...

NBA Trade Deadline Review

NBA Trade Deadline Review

Collin Birge, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018


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The NBA trade deadline date was an eventful one around the league. Teams finalized their rosters to either make a run for the championship or look forward to the draft coming up in June. No superstars were traded this year which is not normal compared to last year’s blockbuster trade when the Sacr...

MCHS Boys Swim Team Finishes 7th in Sectional Competition

MCHS Boys Swim Team Finishes 7th in Sectional Competition

February 19, 2018


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The Madison Consolidated High School boys swim team finished in seventh place out of 14 teams in sectional competition Saturday at Floyd Central with 121 team points. The Cubs had two top eight relay finishes and three top eight individual finishes. The 200 Medley Relay team of Dillon Ray, Eoin McMahon,...

Cubs Wrestlers Bow Out Gracefully After Semi-state Defeats

Cubs Wrestlers Bow Out Gracefully After Semi-state Defeats

Will Davis, Sports Writer

February 15, 2018


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Over the weekend, the Madison Cubs High School wrestling team had six wrestlers attend the semi state competition in Indianapolis. However, no Cubs wrestler made it to the state finals. Four of the six wrestlers did not advance past the first round of the meet, but Madison did have two members of the tea...

New NBA All-star Game Format Hopes to Add Some Life; MCHS Makes Predictions

New NBA All-star Game Format Hopes to Add Some Life; MCHS Makes Predictions

Collin Birge, Sports Writer

February 15, 2018


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There might not be any defense being played in the annual NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles on February 18th, but the teams will be very different from the past. For the first time ever, the all-star teams won’t be the traditional Eastern Conference against the Western Conference; instead it will be ...

MCHS vs. New Albany Re-cap with Coach McFarland (2/10/18)

MCHS vs. New Albany Re-cap with Coach McFarland (2/10/18)

Bryce Teater, News Reporter

February 14, 2018


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Record Tying Six MCHS Wrestlers Head to Semi-state

Record Tying Six MCHS Wrestlers Head to Semi-state

Will Davis, Sports Writer

February 9, 2018


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This weekend MCHS will be sending six wrestlers to compete in the annual semi-state wrestling competition. Half of the six are three seniors: Otto Kling, Ethan Schafer, and Gabe Bennett. The other half, all juniors, are Eric Leach, Daunte O’Banion, and Camden Spears. This year's Cubs squad tied for...

Lady Cubs Swimmers Perform Admirably at Sectionals

Lady Cubs Swimmers Perform Admirably at Sectionals

Grace Massie, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


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The Lady Cubs competed Saturday, February 3rd, at Floyd Central in the 2018 Girls Sectional Championship meet. Despite battling a season full of illness, relocations, and season-ending injuries, our final seven swimmers, all young, made a good showing finishing the weekend in 12th place overall.   ...

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