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Marshall County’s Zion Harmon brings the ball up the court against University Heights on Saturday. Harmon scored 39 points in the 77-68 loss to the Blazers.

Marshall County 62, Trigg County 61The boys of Marshall kicked off the season in true Marshals fashion by defeating Trigg County in a close finish. Going into the final quarter, the Marshals led until their opponent outscored them 22-14. Despite the Wildcats outscoring Marshall, the boys in orange and blue came out on top. Marshall County’s Cole Mills led the game with 34 points.

Marshall County 20 17 11 14 — 62

Trigg County 6 15 18 22 — 61

MARSHALL COUNTY: Mills 34, Q. Smith 10, Miller 6, Sedlock 5, Schroader 3, Driver 2, Moore 2.

TRIGG COUNTY: Ladd 20, Vaughn 15, Thompson 11, Adams 9, Reynolds 6.

Marshall County 77, Thomas Nelson 54In their second victory of the season, Zion Harmon led his team with 28 points. Cole Mills and Colby Schroader joined in on the fun with a combined 23 points. Despite Thomas Nelson having the lead in the first quarter, the Marshals never once allowed their opponent to gain the lead again after the first half, sealing the Generals fate early on.

Marshall Co 13 18 28 18 — 77

Thomas Nelson 16 9 9 20 — 54

MARSHALL COUNTY: Harmon 28, Mills 14, Schroader 9, Q. Smith 8, R. Smith 4, Miller 4, Driver 3, Davis 3, Ives 2, Sedlock 2.

THOMAS NELSON: Keene 15, Smith 15, Brown 7, Bowman 5, Hogan 4, Hardin 3, Downing 3, Roller 2.

University Heights 77, Marshall County 68Despite Zion Harmon’s 39-point game, the Marshals fell to University Heights on Saturday night at the Toyota of Hopkinsville Classic in Christian County. For Harmon, scoring 17 out of the 21 points in the third quarter kept this team in it until the very end. Cole Mills followed behind Harmon’s performance with 13 points.

Marshall County 21 15 22 10 — 68

University Heights 18 20 21 18 — 77

MARSHALL COUNTY: Harmon 39, Mills 13, Schroader 7, Driver 5, Sedlock 2, Miller 2.

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS: Quarles 25, Crump 17, Bryan 17, McGee 14, Grubbs 4.