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All Teams Schedule: Week of October 26 – November 1

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Madison High School, October 26 – November 1 MONDAY October 26, 2015 No events happening TUESDAY October 27, 2015 No events happening WEDNESDAY October 28, 2015 No events happening THURSDAY October 29, 2015 No events happening FRIDAY October 30, 2015 No events happening SATURDAY October 31, 2015

Submit Your Pictures For Yearbook

Do you have random photos of Madison High School events, activities or groups of friends?  Submit them online and see them in the Yearbook. For the first time ever anyone can be a yearbook photographer just by sharing pictures you already take.  Here are the instructions: Your photo may be published in the 2016 Madison

Madison Bobcat Football Camp sponsored by Great Scott’s

Registration for the Great Scott’s football camp hosted by the Madison High School coaching staff and players is now open. Please email madisonflagfootball@hotmail.com for a registration form. The camp will be held July 27th-29th grades 4-8th grade from 9:00-11:00 a.m. and grades K-3rd from 12:00-2:00 p.m. at Madison High School practice field. Cost is $55.

Madison Cheer Announces New Coach

Congratulations to our new cheer coach, Christina White!! Christina White is native to our Rexburg area and graduated from Madison High School.  She and her husband Scott (also of Rexburg) have four children: Samantha (13), McKenzie (11), Whitney (8), and Dallas (5).  Christina has been a life long gymnast and could turn a cartwheel almost

Madison Tennis Making Racket in HCC

Madison Tennis is proving why they have become a force to be reckoned with in the High Country Conference.   Here are the results from the Southeast Idaho High School Invitational Tennis Tournament. Girls… Century, Idaho Falls, and Madison! Boys… Idaho Falls, Madison, Century Boys #1 RR RR Isaac Richards d. Justin Fullmer 6-3; 0-6; 1-0

Interested in playing college sports?

If you are a student-athlete or the parent of a student-athlete, who thinks they may at any time be interested in participating in intercollegiate athletics, you must be registered for the NCAA Clearinghouse.  This is the responsibility of the athlete and not the high school for which they play.  Once an athlete is registered, then

Parents driving coaches away from game

Written by Patrick Hite Columnist Rob Bennett has one less job these days. The Covington High School science teacher, who is also the city’s mayor, resigned as the school’s boys’ basketball coach in late January. Enough was enough. Over the past 20 years Bennett has spent time as both the boys’ and girls’ basketball coach

The Race to Nowhere in Youth Sports

  By: John O’Sullivan Source: http://changingthegameproject.com/the-race-to-nowhere-in-youth-sports/ “My 4th grader tried to play basketball and soccer last year,” a mom recently told me as we sat around the dinner table after one of my speaking engagements. “It was a nightmare. My son kept getting yelled at by both coaches as we left one game early to

Wrestlers Prepare For District Tourney

Madison wrestling is ready to compete at full strength after a sickness filled season.  The flu bug showed no mercy to the Bobcats as many of their most senior wrestlers missed a large portion of the season due to illness. Now they are ready to show the conference they can compete and will do so

Boys Basketball Enters Tournament Play

Madison boys enter district tournament play versus the Bonneville Bees.  The tournament starts Tuesday, February 17th at 7pm.  The highest seed in each game hosts, so as the 4th seed Madison will host 5th seeded Bonneville.  Ticket prices are $5.00, $4.00 for students with activity cards and $3.00 for Senior Citizens and children under the