9 Things to Know About Title IX

9 Things to Know About Title IX

Hope Miller, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017


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Before 1972, many leading universities did not accept women. Sporting programs for women were rare. There was little support financially for female athletic programs, making it difficult to pay for the necessities a sporting team requires.  Title IX was based on civil rights legislation where no dis...

Cubs Golfers Defy the Winds to Strong Victory; Looking Forward to Competing for Regionals

Cubs Golfers Defy the Winds to Strong Victory; Looking Forward to Competing for Regionals

Drew Barron, Sports Writer

May 3, 2017


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On Monday, May 1st, the Cubs’ boys golf team faced off against Switzerland County and Jac-Cen-Del at Sunrise Golf Course. The course was playing tough with 25 mph winds and cold weather, and although the teams teed off the back nine rather than the customary front nine, MCHS still prevailed. Junior...

A Look at MCHS Seniors Taking Their Athletic Talents to College

A Look at MCHS Seniors Taking Their Athletic Talents to College

April 26, 2017


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For a many children, it is their dream to become a collegiate or professional athlete. For a majority of those children, that is where the idea stays: in their dreams. The jump from high school to collegiate sports is a bridge that most athletes are unable to cross due to either the lack of natural t...

Peanut’s Picks: NCAA #1 Seeds, First Four in, & Last Four out

Peanut’s Picks: NCAA #1 Seeds, First Four in, & Last Four out

Brayden Perry, Sports Writer

March 3, 2017


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With the men’s NCAA basketball tournament getting close, college teams are fighting to make the big dance. March Madness is one of the biggest events of the year, and fans are on pins and needles waiting for to see if their team made the cut and what seed they are given.  With projected teams coming i...

2017 Boys Golf Preview

2017 Boys Golf Preview

Drew Barron, Sports Writer

February 23, 2017


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The 2017 MCHS boys golf team is looking forward to a good year with no losses due to graduation and Austin Mahoney and Blake Kiefer coming back to the team as seniors. Joining them are projected starters Case Kiefer and Landon Conner (both juniors) and sophomore Drew Barron. New MCHS golf coach Dale Crafto...

MCHS Quarterback Frazier Possibly out for the Season

MCHS Quarterback Frazier Possibly out for the Season

Will Davis, Sports Writer

February 16, 2017


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Varsity quarterback Andrew Frazier suffered an injury that could possibly end his football season before the season even starts. With the junior already having one major surgery on the same knee in the 8th grade, another surgery may put him out for the upcoming season. “Well I wasn’t very sur...

Boys Golf Coach, Wilcox, Resigns

Boys Golf Coach, Wilcox, Resigns

Landon Connor, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017


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On Monday, January 23, after coaching various sports for Madison Consolidated Schools since 1971, Al Wilcox resigned from coaching boys golf for the Madison Cubs due to family illness. Wilcox had coached football, track, and golf for 46 years, and his esteemed coaching career has come to an end. ...

Enjoy the Unique Talents, Atmosphere of Langford While You Can

Enjoy the Unique Talents, Atmosphere of Langford While You Can

Drew Barron, Sports Writer

January 23, 2017


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At New Albany High School on January 14th, New Albany and Madison faced off in a boys high school basketball game. There was a lot of buzz around Madison for a game where MCHS was predicted to lose big. That was largely due to the presence of one particular person: Romeo Langford. Langford, a junior at...

Opinion: It Should Be Impossible to Hate Lebron Anymore

Opinion: It Should Be Impossible to Hate Lebron Anymore

Will Davis, Sports Writer

January 18, 2017


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I remember on the day of my 11th birthday, a special was on ESPN. It was entitled “The Decision.” This was the day when the best basketball player of our generation decided to take his talents to South Beach. Now, looking back, I can’t say I blame him. It’s probably an easy decision to relocate wh...

Peanut’s Picks: Predicting the NFL Playoffs

Peanut’s Picks: Predicting the NFL Playoffs

January 13, 2017


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The NFL playoffs are here, football fans. With the 51st Super Bowl right around the corner, eight teams are trying to battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy. The NFL has had a year of surprises, but the excitement is not yet over. With these eight remaining teams trying to make history, only one team ...

MCHS Swimming at a Glance

MCHS Swimming at a Glance

Hope Miller, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017


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MCHS swim season is under way as Cub swimmers began their season on November 22 at an away match against the Seymour Owls. Both boys and girls competed. Since then, the Madison Cub swimmers have faced the Southwestern, Jennings County, Floyd Central, Greensburg and Jeffersonville and others. Swimming is mad...

Peanut’s Picks: MCHS’ College Football Playoff Predictions

Peanut’s Picks: MCHS’ College Football Playoff Predictions

Brayden Perry, Staff Writer

January 9, 2017


Filed under Sports

  The 2016 College Football Playoffs are here. Four teams have battled it out to be the best of the best in college football with Alabama looking to defeat Clemson in the national title game two years in a row. This is the third year of the college football playoffs with the Ohio State Buckeyes wi...

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