The drought is over.
Madison County got in the win column Friday, downing Winder-Barrow in an overtime thriller, 42-35.
It wasn’t easy.
In a flash, Madison County fell behind 21-0 to Winder-Barrow Friday night, surrendering three touchdowns in a 160-second span in the late first quarter and early second quarter.
But after nine quarters of action in 2011 and just 14 points, the Red Raiders found some offense Friday, roaring back with 42 points in the final three quarters of play, led by tough running from senior Trae Burton, who took over at signal caller in the second half for the injured Alex Jordan, who suffered a knee injury.
Hayes Hill (L) congratulates Trae Burton (R) after a touchdown Friday night.
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