Local Pickleball players went to Jackson TN to compete in the Jackson Summer Classic May 13-15. This was a very well ran tournament under very hot weather conditions. Competition was tough. With 192 entries competing on 10 courts, 19 local players brought home 4 medals, all Gold.

Marshall County Athletics is pleased to announce the signing of Kye Babcock. She will continue her academic and athletic career as an archer at the University of Pikeville.

The Marshall County High School Athletics Department and men’s track and field program would like to announce that Ben Fiser is signing with the University of Cincinnati, where he will compete for head coach Susan Seaton. The University of Cincinnati is a member of the American Conference an…

Marshall County Track and Field hosted the Area 1 Championship Meet this past weekend. This was an area-wide competition that spanned across the entire Jackson Purchase Area, and includes all schools 1A-3A. It was an intensely competitive meet comprised of 15 teams, but both of Marshall’s te…

The Marshals fell to the Lyon County Lyons in a barely-there 1-0 loss after the Lyons scored a run in the fifth.

The Marshall County Tennis Team hosted a team from West KY Lions on May 3, winning several of their matches. This was also their senior night where they honored the graduation of six seniors: Courtney Philipps, Alyssa McClain, Laney Evans, Kian Court, Rush Robinson, and Andrew Petitt.

The Lady Marshals fell to the Crittenden County Lady Rockets, 6-2. The Lady Rockets came out strong with one run in the first, followed by four in the fourth and another in the fifth, keeping the Lady Marshals at zero. The Lady Marshalls tried for a late rally, acquiring a pair of runs in th…

The Marshals prevailed against the Murray Tiger, 7-3. Marshal put the first run on the board at the bottom of the second when a line drive to center field by Alex Staples sent Ethan Landis home. The Marshals then proceeded to score one run each innings until the sixth, leading the game at 4-…

The Marshall County Tennis Team hosted the Mayfield Cardinals at home on April 26.

Murray High School hosted the Jimmy Harrell Relays on April 28. The Lady Marshals placed third, while the Marshals placed sixth, only competing in one event.

The Marshals were hosted by Calloway County, recording a close 7-6 win against the Lakers. At the top of the third, Marshall put their first runs on the board after a single by Ty Davenport sent Chase Hayden and Evan Oakley home. Ty Davenport also scored in the third off a sacrifice fly by C…

On April 19, the Marshall County Tennis Team hosted the McCracken County Mustangs, playing some tough matches and taking several losses.

The Lady Marshals hosted the Ballard Bombers, beating them in a 13-0 shutout. Marshall County had a strong start earning a run in the first and three runs in the second, gaining a 4-point lead right out of the gate. The Lady Marshals secured an early end to their game with nine runs in the f…

The Marshall County trap and skeet shooting club have begun their season, with their first official averaging on April 18. The club was founded approximately six year ago and current head coach, Jim Riley, has helped the team for the past four years, accepting the head coaching position this year.

On April 14, the Marshals were hosted by Paducah Tilghman, competing in several tough matches against the Tornadoes.

The Lady Marshals had a strong start to the Slugfest tournament, winning 6-12 against Madisonville-North Hopkins. The Lady Maroons scored one run at the top of the first and the Lady Marshals immediately retaliated with two, and again in the third Madisonville North-Hopkins put one run up on…

The Marshals were hosted by the McCracken County Mustangs on April 14. The quick start of the Mustangs, four runs in the first inning, resulted in a 2-7 loss for Marshall. Alex Staples and Chase Shelton scored off a walk in the top of the third. The Mustangs retaliated with two more runs in …

Marshall County High School Athletics and Lady Marshals Basketball is proud to announce that Halle Langhi will be continuing her academic and basketball career at Murray State University.

More than 100 Special Olympics athletes will take to the track at Calloway County High School when the Special Olympics Kentucky Area 1 Track and Field Meet returns to Murray on Saturday, April 23. This year the meet will be held at The Area 1 Meet includes athletes from Ballard, Caldwell, C…

The Lady Marshals competed at Murray State University in the Racer Relays. They challenged several very tough teams, but managed to earn third place overall without even competing in six of the events listed, an impressive feat.

It feels like spring is taking two years to arrive. We’ve experienced bouts of dismal cold rain and high muddy water, followed by glorious warm days that bring hope that spring has finally sprung. Some of these blissful days with temperatures breaking 65 seem to always fall during the work w…

At the Cal Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the Marshals faced some strong competition, earning a couple wins and picking up some tough losses.

April is National Pickleball Month and what a better way to celebrate than starting out with some tournament wins. Western Ky Pickleball players went to Marion, Illinois to participate in the Black Diamond Pickleball Complex Spring Slam April 2-3.

Marshall County hosted Calloway County at home, falling 2-0 in their March 29 matchup. It was a tough start to the week for the Lady Marshals, getting shut out by the Lady Lakers in their first blank of the season. Calloway County immediately got on the board with one run in the first inning…

On March 29, the Marshall County Marshals were hosted by the Graves County Eagles, securing several wins and a few tough losses against their tough opponents.

On April 2, the Marshall County Track and Field team split, traveling to two different meets to compete, and starting off their spring break by breaking some records.

The Marshals hosted Ballard County Bombers at home, winning a 5-1 victory in just five innings.

On March 21, the Lady Marshals were hosted by Mayfield, competing in several matches against their tough opponent.

The Marshall County High School Athletics Department and Marshall County High School baseball team is pleased to announce the signing of Evan Oakley to the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers.

The Lady Marshals fell 5-3 against Massac County in their first game of the McCracken County Early Bird tournament, hosted at home. Marshall and Massac both scored a run in the fourth, tied up at 1-1. Massac carried that momentum whereas Marshall did not, scoring a pair of runs in the fifth …

The Marshals kicked off The Big Orange Classic with a 5-3 win against Festus, Missouri. Marshall County started the game strong with two runs in the bottom of the first and one in the second. Festus retaliated during the third with a run and tied it 3-3 up at the top of the sixth, after scor…

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Marshall County hosted the annual 26th Invitational of the South over this past weekend. There were 25 teams from across Kentucky, Tennessee, and Illinois who traveled to compete. Despite the windy weather and cooler temperatures, Marshall County held their own with the Lady Marshals finishi…

Marshall County tennis season has begun, and the team has already had an impressive start to the season. They have been anxious to get back on the court, with a sizable list of returning athletes. Their positive contributions from last season will surely lead to a successful 2022 season.

The Marshall County Track and Field team hosted the Marshall All-Comers meet on March 15, and both teams were awarded first place among the nine competing teams from surrounding counties.

On March 14, the Marshals were hosted by the Calloway County Lakers, earning the win in several matches.

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The Lady Marshals played two one-hour preseason exhibition games on March 10, and successfully secured two well-deserved shutouts.

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The Marshall County High School Athletics Department and men’s track and field program would like to announce that Ben Fiser is signing with the University of Cincinnati, where he will compete for head coach Susan Seaton. The University of Cincinnati is a member of the American Conference an…

Marshall County Track and Field hosted the Area 1 Championship Meet this past weekend. This was an area-wide competition that spanned across the entire Jackson Purchase Area, and includes all schools 1A-3A. It was an intensely competitive meet comprised of 15 teams, but both of Marshall’s te…