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Former Marshall football player enters junior season for Illinois College

brodypogueJACKSONVILLE, IL - Marshall County football alum, Brody Pogue, has entered his third year playing football for the Illinois College "Blueboys" of the Division III Midwest Conference under Head Coach Garrett Campbell.
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It's Homecoming Week at Marshall County High School

homecomingcourtDRAFFENVILLE - Marshall County High School will celebrate Homecoming Week leading up to the Marshals Homecoming game against Murray High on Friday.
Representatives and Homecoming Queen candidates and their escorts were announced and are pictured above.
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Marshals win home opener over Calloway County

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DRAFFENVILLE - In a game of two unbeaten teams, each desperately wanting that first win, it was the Marshals that prevailed Friday in their 17-14 home opening win over Calloway County.

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Friday Night Light kicks off Friday at Marshall County's first home game of the season

fridaynightlightDRAFFENVILLE - Friday Night Light will enter its fourth year of support of the Marshall County Football team and area youth, middle school through high school, kicking off Friday when the Marshals host Calloway County in the first home game of the 2014 season.

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Marshals fall to Allen County-Scottsville, get ready for home opener Friday against Calloway County

gunn-thurmanALLEN COUNTY, KY – Turnovers and mistakes summed up the Marshals first half against Allen County-Scottsville Friday resulting in four Patriot touchdowns, all four of which the drives began with excellent field position in Marshall County territory. The Patriots added four more in the second half to beat the Marshals 56-14.
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Marshals battle to the end, lose season opener to Trigg County

jaredrobinsonCADIZ  - Marshall County head coach Evan Merrick liked the way his team battled for four quarters at Trigg County Friday in the Marshals season opener. Merrick believes his team's strength is in the running game but were forced to throw in their 42-21 loss to the Wildcats which resulted in 16 completions on 31 attempts for a total of 228 yards for first year quarterback Lane Roberts. Roberts threw three touchdown passes in the game with four interceptions and rushed for 21 yards.

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