Madison Central Fans Celebrate State Title

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 3/10/2013 11:18 pm
     It was a day the whole town of Richmond and all of Madison County will never forget.

     Hours after the Madison Central Boy's Basketball team won their first state title, hundreds, if not thousands of Indians fans lined the streets of downtown Richmond to welcome home their champs.

     Even parents of the players were in awe of the community support their sons received.    

     After the hero's welcome Central fans filled the high school gym for a pep rally to celebrate the greatest season in school history, and get a glimpse of their heroes.

     It was a historic day for the town of Richmond and all of of Madison County and a day these young men will never forget.
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