Fall sports get rolling ahead of classes
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Staff Report


DRAFFENVILLE – School is back in session on Thursday of this week, but the fall high school sports scedule isn’t waiting that long to get under way.

The Christian Fellowship School golf team is scheduled to tee off today in its first match of the season at Princeton Country Club.

Meanwhile, both Marshall County soccer squads are slated for scrimmage action this week.

The Marshals are to square off against St. Mary at home at 7 p.m. today, with the Lady Marshals going against Caldwell County at home Thurdsay at 7 p.m.

In golf, both the Marshals and Eagles are slated to be in action Thursday, with MCHS opening its season in a four-way match against Murray, Calloway County and Trigg County at Miller Memorial Golf Course in Muray.

The same day, the Eagles are to meet Dawson Springs at the Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park course.

On Saturday, the CFS girls are to compete in the Nelson County Ladies Tournament in Bardstown.

On Monday, the Marshals and Lady Marshals are in soccer scrimmages at Fort Campbell and Greenwood, respectively.

In golf, the Lady Marshals are in the Bowling Green Invitational at Bowling Green Country Club while the Marshals go against Reidland and Livingston Central at Drake Creek Golf Course in Ledbetter.

Also, CFS takes on the Carlisle County and Mayfield golf teams at Dogwood Hills Golf Course in Cunningham.

Next week, the football Marshals, both middle school and varsity, travel to Paris, Tenn., for the Pepsi Mid America Football Challenge at Henry County High School.

Also, regular-season action begins for the CFS and Marshall County volleyball teams,

Cross country will be the last to begin the new season, with the Marshals tentatively scheduled to take part in the Pirate Invitational meet at Heath on Aug. 25.
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