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The 2019 First Region boys soccer champions did not disappoint as they opened their 2020 season with four straight wins under new head coach BB Blevins. Due to the 2020 abbreviated season, Marshall County battled over a third of their scheduled opponents in the first week, allowing only two …

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Parker Perry and Phoebe Ramsey had big shoes to fill, but they did their predecessor proud as Marshall County’s girls soccer season opened with a shutout win over Second District rival Murray.

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MAYFIELD — Christian Fellowship’s volleyball team may look different this season, but they are no less of a force on the court. Senior Emma Fletcher was named to 2020 Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association (KVCA) preseason watch list, and she proved just why she made that list as she led he…

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The Marshall County boys golf team spent a rainy Saturday in Bowling Green, competing in the Bowling Green Invitational with 15 other teams, eight of which were unable to complete the full 18 holes due to the heavy showers.

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Fall sports appear to be a reality as Marshall County High School athletics kicked off their season this week. Game play began last night as the soccer Marshals took on the Paducah Tilghman Blue Tornados in Paducah, but tonight (Tuesday) action begins at home.

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The outlook is favorable all around for Friday’s football matchup with Calloway County. The weather forecast is mostly clear with a slight breeze, and temperatures in the 60s. The season is open with fans in the stands, and Marshall County holds wins over the Lakers for the last six meetings.

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Marshall County players are ready to deboard the rollercoaster of the past six months, put on their jerseys and play, said new boys soccer head coach BB Blevins.

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Tuesday brings the onset of September and the traditional start of Kentucky’s mourning dove hunting season, one of the biggest events on the sporting calendar.

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Concern grew last week as players and parents, coaches and staff were once again left in limbo as to the status of fall sports. Marshall County should be taking the field next week with soccer kicking it off Sept. 7 for the boys, Sept. 8 for the girls, and Friday night, Sept. 11 with a home …

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The weather was perfect for Saturday morning’s shotgun start at Kentucky Dam Village Golf Course. Twenty-four teams from across the area converged for the Third Annual Golf Scramble for the Marshall County Special Olympics.

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Marshall County’s golf team’s “Glow on the Green” night golf fundraiser may have fallen victim to the weekend weather, but the weather was no match for the 297 team score to take first place in the Hopkins County Central Invitational in Madisonville, Kentucky on Saturday.

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SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. — Top finisher honors went to two Marshall County girls golfers at the Bluegrass Invitational at Heritage Hill Golf Club last Saturday.

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Marshall County golfers were back with a win on the golf course this past week over St. Mary at Calvert City Country Club. Last Thursday, the Marshals played two teams with Jay Nimmo and Trey Wall both earning top finisher.

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As summer winds to an end and students return to in-person or virtual school, lake-goers are enjoying the final days of recreation. The weather was cooperative this weekend for all forms of water entertainment.

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The Marshall County Elks 2707 are preparing for the 34th Annual Benefit Golf Scramble and Auction for the benefit of Marshall County Exceptional Center. It will be held Sept.19 at the Benton Country Club, located at 1830 Golf Course Rd.

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Marshall County’s boys golf team started last week with a second place finish in the Bronco Invitational in Lexington. The Marshals ended the day with a 309 team total, which was seven strokes behind winner Ft. Thomas Highlands.

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The Mercy Health Foundation Lourdes Charity Golf Open will take place Monday, Sept. 14 at the Country Club of Paducah with available tee times of either 7:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. This is the 21st year for the event and registration is now open.

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The Preston Cope Wiffleball Tournament was yet another event that was put on hold due to the unprecedented guidelines and restrictions that were levied due to COVID-19.

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Marshall County’s girls golf team added two more top finishes on the greens this week, first in Bowling Green and ending in Lawrenceburg.

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Tobergte named Marshall swim coach

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Catfish anglers from across the states will travel to Kentucky and Barkley Lakes at Grand Rivers for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s.

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As the start of the school year approaches, there has been a lot of focus on whether students should go back to school and if interscholastic athletics should return. Some think we should just stay inside our homes for months at a time. Others seemingly refuse to acknowledge that the virus exists.

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The Pro Gator Boats-sponsored Lady Bass Anglers Association event on Lake Hartwell, Georgia wrapped up with seasoned pro Pam Martin-Wells putting all the pieces together and bringing in a 12.58-pound sack of fish to the scales. That pushed her to the lead besting the closest competitor by 10 lbs.

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Two guys and a sense of humor came together on the golf course, and years later that combination has grown into a podcast and website that is “All You Need to Know.”

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High school fall sports will be up and running for Kentucky this year after the KHSAA Board of Control met this past week. With a few tweaks to the schedule, Marshall County teams can take the field the first full week of September.

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MURRAY — High school sports have officially returned, a little at a time. Golf was the first sport to have a KHSAA start date of July 31. Marshall County took full advantage and not only returned to action but did so with a 308 win and medalist honors.

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Megan Hertter, the No. 1-ranked Kentucky girls golfer in competitive state tournaments and a Marshall County junior, is another example of a passionate high school athlete who has found a way to maintain her golf game within COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, even earning her lowest round…

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MURRAY — As the 2020-21 Murray State Men’s and Women’s basketball season draws near, in order to better accommodate the needs of season ticket holders, Murray State Athletics is extending the season ticket renewal due date to Monday, Aug. 24.

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LEXINGTON — A group at the University of Kentucky sent a letter to Kentucky President Eli Capilouto on Thursday, asking the University of Kentucky to change the name of historic Rupp Arena.

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The future of high school sports in Kentucky has yet to be decided, but planning, preparing and practicing cannot wait. Student athletes were allowed to return to their sport with guidelines and restrictions, yet without the promise of a season.

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Marshall County’s girls basketball team took their first win of 2020 under the leadership of interim head coach Aaron Beth, son of the legendary Lady Marshals coach Howard Beth. Following in his father’s footsteps, Aaron Beth then led the ladies on a memory-making trip to the KHSAA Girls’ Sw…

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LEXINGTON — C.J. Conrad is fully focused on football and helping Kentucky prepare for the upcoming season as the Wildcats navigate through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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In no way did Aaron Beth ever think this was his path to being the head coach of the Marshall County girls basketball program.

Tuesday, July 15, opened the door for Kentucky high school athletics, only as wide as golf. The practice season for golf officially began last Tuesday, with season competition teeing off July 31.

PADUCAH — Marshall County’s Jay Nimmo may be in basketball limbo for his senior season, but that is not holding him back in his pursuit of the low score on the green. Mississippi State commit Nimmo spent his final summer before graduation enjoying courses from Indiana to Alabama with the mos…

Sean Janiec may have missed his senior season of track and field, but this two-sport athlete will continue to run next season after committing to Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn for soccer and track. This past week, Janiec followed in the steps of his brothers to join the Lions.

Marshall County High School has taken full advantage of the down time in high school athletics to make upgrades to their sports facilities. This was in hopes of 2020-2021 high school sports. Although schools across Kentucky are making facility changes, coaching changes, and practice changes,…

The Marshall County mountain biking team has scheduled meetings for new and returning riders. Any new riders or interested riders are invited to attend a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 14, at 6 p.m. in the lower parking lot pavilions at Mike Miller Park.

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Parks are open, and summertime has truly arrived. Guidelines and restrictions are loosened enough to allow the beginning of July to almost feel back to normal.

Marshall County can lay claim to several unique and beautiful titles known to people across the country. Weekenders call the lakes region their home away from home. Friendships develop that transcend states. Anglers flock from miles in any direction to compete in tournaments.

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“I love the idea of giving back to Marshall County Softball,” said Abby Fiessinger this past week as she introduced her plan to return to Marshall County to open a baseball and softball training facility.

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Fall sports appear to be a reality as Marshall County High School athletics kicked off their season this week. Game play began last night as the soccer Marshals took on the Paducah Tilghman Blue Tornados in Paducah, but tonight (Tuesday) action begins at home.

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The outlook is favorable all around for Friday’s football matchup with Calloway County. The weather forecast is mostly clear with a slight breeze, and temperatures in the 60s. The season is open with fans in the stands, and Marshall County holds wins over the Lakers for the last six meetings.

editor's pick top story
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Marshall County players are ready to deboard the rollercoaster of the past six months, put on their jerseys and play, said new boys soccer head coach BB Blevins.

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Tuesday brings the onset of September and the traditional start of Kentucky’s mourning dove hunting season, one of the biggest events on the sporting calendar.

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Concern grew last week as players and parents, coaches and staff were once again left in limbo as to the status of fall sports. Marshall County should be taking the field next week with soccer kicking it off Sept. 7 for the boys, Sept. 8 for the girls, and Friday night, Sept. 11 with a home …

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The weather was perfect for Saturday morning’s shotgun start at Kentucky Dam Village Golf Course. Twenty-four teams from across the area converged for the Third Annual Golf Scramble for the Marshall County Special Olympics.

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  • Updated

Marshall County’s golf team’s “Glow on the Green” night golf fundraiser may have fallen victim to the weekend weather, but the weather was no match for the 297 team score to take first place in the Hopkins County Central Invitational in Madisonville, Kentucky on Saturday.

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SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. — Top finisher honors went to two Marshall County girls golfers at the Bluegrass Invitational at Heritage Hill Golf Club last Saturday.

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Marshall County golfers were back with a win on the golf course this past week over St. Mary at Calvert City Country Club. Last Thursday, the Marshals played two teams with Jay Nimmo and Trey Wall both earning top finisher.

editor's pick top story
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As summer winds to an end and students return to in-person or virtual school, lake-goers are enjoying the final days of recreation. The weather was cooperative this weekend for all forms of water entertainment.

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The Marshall County Elks 2707 are preparing for the 34th Annual Benefit Golf Scramble and Auction for the benefit of Marshall County Exceptional Center. It will be held Sept.19 at the Benton Country Club, located at 1830 Golf Course Rd.

editor's pick

Marshall County’s boys golf team started last week with a second place finish in the Bronco Invitational in Lexington. The Marshals ended the day with a 309 team total, which was seven strokes behind winner Ft. Thomas Highlands.

editor's pick

The Mercy Health Foundation Lourdes Charity Golf Open will take place Monday, Sept. 14 at the Country Club of Paducah with available tee times of either 7:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. This is the 21st year for the event and registration is now open.

editor's pick

The Preston Cope Wiffleball Tournament was yet another event that was put on hold due to the unprecedented guidelines and restrictions that were levied due to COVID-19.

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Marshall County’s girls golf team added two more top finishes on the greens this week, first in Bowling Green and ending in Lawrenceburg.

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Tanner English took a trip to Brownstown, Indiana, this past weekend to compete in the $10K Hall of Fame Classic. His third place finish in his heat placed him 11th in the A-Main. Four laps in, English had worked his way to the fifth position. With two laps left in the 50-lapper, English pul…

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Tobergte named Marshall swim coach

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Catfish anglers from across the states will travel to Kentucky and Barkley Lakes at Grand Rivers for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s.

editor's pick

As the start of the school year approaches, there has been a lot of focus on whether students should go back to school and if interscholastic athletics should return. Some think we should just stay inside our homes for months at a time. Others seemingly refuse to acknowledge that the virus exists.

editor's pick

The Pro Gator Boats-sponsored Lady Bass Anglers Association event on Lake Hartwell, Georgia wrapped up with seasoned pro Pam Martin-Wells putting all the pieces together and bringing in a 12.58-pound sack of fish to the scales. That pushed her to the lead besting the closest competitor by 10 lbs.

editor's pick top story

Two guys and a sense of humor came together on the golf course, and years later that combination has grown into a podcast and website that is “All You Need to Know.”

editor's pick

High school fall sports will be up and running for Kentucky this year after the KHSAA Board of Control met this past week. With a few tweaks to the schedule, Marshall County teams can take the field the first full week of September.

editor's pick top story

MURRAY — High school sports have officially returned, a little at a time. Golf was the first sport to have a KHSAA start date of July 31. Marshall County took full advantage and not only returned to action but did so with a 308 win and medalist honors.

editor's pick

Megan Hertter, the No. 1-ranked Kentucky girls golfer in competitive state tournaments and a Marshall County junior, is another example of a passionate high school athlete who has found a way to maintain her golf game within COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, even earning her lowest round…

editor's pick

MURRAY — As the 2020-21 Murray State Men’s and Women’s basketball season draws near, in order to better accommodate the needs of season ticket holders, Murray State Athletics is extending the season ticket renewal due date to Monday, Aug. 24.

editor's pick

LEXINGTON — A group at the University of Kentucky sent a letter to Kentucky President Eli Capilouto on Thursday, asking the University of Kentucky to change the name of historic Rupp Arena.

editor's pick

The future of high school sports in Kentucky has yet to be decided, but planning, preparing and practicing cannot wait. Student athletes were allowed to return to their sport with guidelines and restrictions, yet without the promise of a season.

editor's pick top story

Marshall County’s girls basketball team took their first win of 2020 under the leadership of interim head coach Aaron Beth, son of the legendary Lady Marshals coach Howard Beth. Following in his father’s footsteps, Aaron Beth then led the ladies on a memory-making trip to the KHSAA Girls’ Sw…

editor's pick

LEXINGTON — C.J. Conrad is fully focused on football and helping Kentucky prepare for the upcoming season as the Wildcats navigate through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

editor's pick top story

In no way did Aaron Beth ever think this was his path to being the head coach of the Marshall County girls basketball program.

Tuesday, July 15, opened the door for Kentucky high school athletics, only as wide as golf. The practice season for golf officially began last Tuesday, with season competition teeing off July 31.

PADUCAH — Marshall County’s Jay Nimmo may be in basketball limbo for his senior season, but that is not holding him back in his pursuit of the low score on the green. Mississippi State commit Nimmo spent his final summer before graduation enjoying courses from Indiana to Alabama with the mos…

Sean Janiec may have missed his senior season of track and field, but this two-sport athlete will continue to run next season after committing to Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn for soccer and track. This past week, Janiec followed in the steps of his brothers to join the Lions.

Marshall County High School has taken full advantage of the down time in high school athletics to make upgrades to their sports facilities. This was in hopes of 2020-2021 high school sports. Although schools across Kentucky are making facility changes, coaching changes, and practice changes,…

The Marshall County mountain biking team has scheduled meetings for new and returning riders. Any new riders or interested riders are invited to attend a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 14, at 6 p.m. in the lower parking lot pavilions at Mike Miller Park.

top story

Parks are open, and summertime has truly arrived. Guidelines and restrictions are loosened enough to allow the beginning of July to almost feel back to normal.

Marshall County can lay claim to several unique and beautiful titles known to people across the country. Weekenders call the lakes region their home away from home. Friendships develop that transcend states. Anglers flock from miles in any direction to compete in tournaments.

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“I love the idea of giving back to Marshall County Softball,” said Abby Fiessinger this past week as she introduced her plan to return to Marshall County to open a baseball and softball training facility.

This week marked a first for high school athletes across Kentucky. Students donned team gear, met at school facilities, and participated in training organized by coaches all during what has been referred to as “dead period.”

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He was recently listed 19th overall in the 2020-21 ESPN Top 100, and according to 247sports.com, he’s the No. 1 player in Kentucky for the Class of 2021, and the No. 8 point guard in the nation.

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The Marshall County High School boys soccer program took an unexpected announcement this spring and turned it into an opportunity for growth for both the team and the coaching staff. Following the resignation of head coach Donnie Heath, MCHS Athletic Department immediately set to work to nam…