Preseason Sports Previews This Friday

Madison and Carroll Co.

Madison Consolidated High School Athletic Department will be holding its annual Fall Jamboree this Friday Aug. 9th.

Parent Meeting will take place at 5:30pm in Gym and at 6:05 the Student-Athlete Parade into Football Stadium will begin.

Season Pass will be On Sale: (Prices Discount at Fall Jamboree)
Family of 4 Pass- $200 (Discount-$180)
Individual Pass- $75 (Discount-$60)
Senior Citizen- $50
Student-$50 

Food will be available from Mad Oak and Kona Ice starting at 5pm.

 

Also on Friday, Carroll Co. Football will hold their Panther Fest at 6pm. The team will scrimmage Loyd Memorial

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