DRAFFENVILLE -- The Lady Marshals are heading into their second season with Dan Langhi completing his inaugural year as head coach with a 23-9 win record.

The Lady Marshals are still boasting a young team with six freshman, six sophomores, four juniors, and no seniors. The Lady Marshals graduated three seniors last season, Tera Colson, Whitnee Miller, and Lorin Powell.

The Lady Marshals will be competing in the 20th Marshall County Hoopfest to kick off the month of December.

The ladies will take their home court again December 13 to host McCracken County. The Lady Marshals took three wins over the Lady Mustangs last season with the most significant win coming in the first round of the 2019 KHSAA region one tournament held at Murray State University. Marshall County ended the Lady Mustang's attempt at the championship title with a 61-43 victory. Halle Langhi led the team in scoring with 25 points.

Marshall County will head to Murray to face the Lady Tigers December 17 after taking losses at all three meetings last year. Both teams battled to final seconds with Murray coming out on top, most significantly to take the region one championship title from the Lady Marshals in a 29-38 final score.

The Lady Marshals currently have five home games scheduled for January and two games on the road.

The team will start January 2020 with a home game against Henderson County. The Lady Marshals took a 69-60 over the Lady Colonels with a spread of points between Tera Colson, Halle Langhi, Lorin Powell, and Cayson Conner.

January 10, the Lady Marshals will face the Lady Mustangs a second time at McCracken County High School.

January 14, the Lady Marshals are back home to host Paducah Tilghman. The two teams met last season with Marshall County taking a 63-36 win. The team rotating through the scoring with seven Lady Marshals putting points on the board.

The Lady Marshals will be hosting Simon Kenton on January 18, Calloway County on January 24, and Caldwell County on January 27. Marshall took a loss to Simon Kenton last season. The Lady Marshals faced Calloway County for a loss and a win in the regular season. They took a second win over the Lady Lakers in the first round of the district four tournament. The ladies' 26-point win over Caldwell County was cinched with 14 points each by Langhi and Powell along with another five Lady Marshals making good on baskets.

January 31, the Lady Marshals will be back at it with the Lady Tornado in Paducah.

February starts with two games on the road for the Lady Marshals. The ladies will face Mayfield February 1 and Hickman County February 3, both newcomers to the Lady Marshals' schedule this season.

February 11, the Lady Marshals are at home to host Murray and are back on the road February 14 for their second meeting with Calloway County.

The Lady Marshals are hosting Webster County for their final game of the season. Webster County finished their 2018-2019 season as region two runner-up with a 29-4 season.