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8 out of 16….pretty impressive.  2 more of our 2013 season

MSHS EAGLES

have made their decision to play collegiate football.

Congratualtions!!

AUSTIN SIPPLE is headed to Berry College in Rome, Georgia

and TREVON ESTILL  joins 2 other teammates at Campbellsville University

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We would like to say CONGRATULATIONS

to 3 more of our Eagles that will be playing collegiate football

Derek Howard – Campbellsville University, Buddy Harrison- Union College

and

Tyler Hagan- University of the Cumberland’s

 

 

National Signing Day 2014

We want to congratulate our 3 Mad South Eagles that made their official commitments to play collegiate football. We are so proud of these young men!

 

Clayton O’Neal (Georgetown) and Devante Linville (Campbellsville)

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Casey Dionne (Army)

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There will be more of our Eagles making their commitments in the next few week so stay tuned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CASEY DIONNE

He proudly has worn the #3 for MSHS football and we are thrilled to announce that he is headed to play for the United States West Point Academy. Casey also had the privelage to play in the Border Bowl a few weeks ago where he received the honor of the 2014 Border Bowl’s defensive player of the game.

 

Madison Southern senior Casey Dionne is proof that with a lot of hard work and determination, dreams can come true. Like most high school football players, Dionne dreamed of playing football at the next level. He put in the long hours of training and practices over the years and became one of the best players on his team the past two seasons. (for the full story, click on the link) http://m.richmondregister.com/richmondregist/pm_113109/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=s2XSeYXk

2013 Season

“Season of many firsts and many awards”

Our very own and very talented DAMIEN HARRIS #34 was named as

KENTUCKY’S GATORADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

BEREA — Madison Southern junior running back Damien Harris was named the 2013-14 Gatorade Kentucky Football Player of the Year Thursday.

Harris was selected not only for his performance on the football field, but also in the classroom and the community, according to officials with Gatorade and its partner, USA TODAY High School Sports.

“The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguished Harris as Kentucky’s best high school football player,” a news release stated.

He is now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Player of the Year award which will be announced later this month.

Later on the same day, Our Coach Jon Clark and coaching assistant Clayton Barnes along with our 4 senior captians:

Casey Dionne, Tyler Hagan, Devante Linville and Austin Sipple were invited to the Berea Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet whrere they were presented with

a special recognition award

chamber awards

 

MASISON SOUTHERN EAGLES

ENDS AN AMAZING SEASON

with a record of 10-2

To the entire 2013 MSHS football team, we want to say “WELL DONE!”

This team has had an outstanding season with many accomplishments to be proud of. It was a “season of firsts” for many instances. These boys can hold their heads high, knowing they have done an amazing job!!!

Hats off to our 2014 Seniors!!!

We finished the year with 16 incredible senior athletes, whom will be greatly missed but have many wonderful opportunities ahead of them thanks to their Coaches and teammates support.

The 2013 season was a true Cinderella story to most, but to this team and Coaches it’s a group that worked hard each and every day and never gave up!!!

 

 

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Senior group photo

Make sure to check out our SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS under the Players tab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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