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  DRAFFENVILLE – Marshall County is 8-5 after mixed results in its last two outings in a pair of games against quick, athletic opponents.

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  HARTFORD – Marshall County defeated Ohio County on Wednesday and then lost in overtime to powerful Warren Central on Thursday in the PBI/Danny Annis Tournament at the Ohio County gymnasium last week.

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  DRAFFENVILLE – Marshall County head football coach Evan Merrick has added an assistant coach with a measure of name recognition as well as experience – David Morris.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This story reflects the most recent changes in the schedule for the Lady Marshal Holiday Classic. The lineup of games and pairings is based on the latest revision provided by the MCHS athletic department.

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  DRAFFENVILLE – Special Olympics basketball teams from Owensboro and Hopkins County won championships in Saturday’s Holiday Classic tournament at Marshall County High School.

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 DRAFFENVILLE –  Oak Hill Academy picked up two more victories in its 16th appearance in the Hoopfest, improving its record to 26-2, best in the 21-year history of the event.

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  HOPKINSVILLE – Freshman Clara Bradley set a school record with a 26.87-second time in the 50-meter freestyle event in the Rick Cohn Tiger Invitational swim meet Saturday.

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  MURRAY – Marshall County basketball fans will find it easier to cheer for one of their own, Rechelle Turner, now that Turner has moved up to the college ranks.

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  SEWANEE, Tennessee – The streak of state championships in the Tennessee Interscholastic Cycling League is up to five after Sunday’s 2017 season finale race.

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 The volleyball teams of Marshall County and Christian Fellowship had a reversal of fortunes last week, with the Lady Marshals getting two straight victories and the Lady Eagles suffering two losses in a row.

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  MURRAY – One school of thought is, “The best defense is a good offense.” That was true for Marshall County Friday night, as the Marshals outscored Murray 52-35 for their third straight victory of the season.

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  MURRAY – Skyler Smith threw four touchdown passes for the second game in a row to lead Marshall County to a 49-7 victory over Calloway County Friday night at Jack Rose Stadium.

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 DRAFFENVILLE – A flurry of touchdowns, including a 91-yard touchdown reception and a 38-yard interception return by Lucas Nichols, powered Marshall County to a 55-24 victory over Ballard Memorial Friday night in the Hall of Fame football game at Carroll Traylor Stadium. 

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  DRAFFENVILLE – Big plays kept things even for a half and interesting after halftime, but a Madisonville-North Hopkins rushing attack proved too much for Marshall County to handle.

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  FORT CAMPBELL – It had been 43 years since the first football game between Marshall County and Fort Campbell. The result this time was a little closer, but the winner was the same – the Falcons.

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 COLUMBIA, Tennessee – Marshall County, with four state titles in four years of competition in Tennessee Interscholastic Cycling League competition, will try to extend the streak to five in a row this year.

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  The governing body for high school sports in Kentucky has made protective headgear mandatory for girls at the pitcher, first base and third base positions in fast-pitch softball.

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Benton 5-yr.-old to compete in national motocross event

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  As a youngster, much like the fictional Forrest Gump, if Chuck Gullo was going someplace, he was running.