Powerhouse Louisville Male closes out Marshals 2014 season
Friday, 07 November 2014 21:07
LOUISVILLE - Marshall County lined up against some of the best players, not only in Kentucky but in the nation, when they played Louisville Male Friday in Louisville, the 3rd winning-est football program in the nation.
Marshals fall to Graves, play Louisville Male in first round of state play-offs on Friday
Sunday, 02 November 2014 20:54
MAYFIELD - Graves County fumbled on their opening possession, but after that it was all the Eagles going on to score on their next six consecutive possessions that included five touchdowns and one field goal in their 38-6 final regular season game win over the Marshals.
Offensive drives fall short, Marshals lose to Daviess County 24-11
Saturday, 25 October 2014 10:41
OWENSBORO - Marshall County and Daviess County played for the 24th time Friday which will probably be their last with the Marshals move to Class 5A next season. The Marshals lead the series with Daviess County with their last win over the Panthers coming in 2011.
Friday's football game, meaningful in many ways beyond a game
Monday, 20 October 2014 10:23
DRAFFENVILLE - Friday's football game at Marshall County against Henderson County held more meaning than just a Friday night game for many reasons. It was "pink out" night to bring awareness to breast cancer which has become an annual event every October locally as well as across the nation.
Marshals fall to Henderson in last home game of the season
Saturday, 18 October 2014 17:50
DRAFFENVILLE - Down 21-0 after the first quarter, the Marshals were unable to get much going against Henderson County Friday going on to lose 45-0 led by a trio of Henderson County Carters in Richard, Damion and Kobe.
Despite loss, Marshals play well; many bright spots against McCracken
Sunday, 12 October 2014 23:23
DRAFFENVILLE - Although the scoreboard read 33-7 at the final buzzer, the Marshals loss to McCracken County was anything but lopsided in the wet and rainy conditions Friday at Carroll Traylor Stadium. The Marshall County "team" effort against the talented Zy'Aire Hughes, who ran for 199 yards and three touchdowns, was the effort that Marshall Head Coach Evan Merrick has been looking for.