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New Caney quarterback Jayden Tutwiler-Dew scrambled 54 yards to put his Eagles just five yards away from the end zone and a chance to tie up the game against the Mavericks, but the clock was in Marshall’s favor as the buzzer sounded and the Mavericks walked away with a 34-26 victory in their…

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When Hallsville’s football team takes the field at home against Cleburne tonight, it will be the start of the Tommy Allison era as head coach of the Bobcats, and because of that, it’s a fresh start for Alex Peralta, even though the Bobcats’ lineman is a senior.

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Prior to taking the field for tonight’s season opener against the New Caney Eagles, Marshall senior running back Dominique Williams will likely find time to be alone with his thoughts.

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It didn’t take long last year for Mia Dunaway to make an impact on the volleyball court. Now as a sophomore, she’s stepped her game up a notch or two and could give her Lady Mavs a chance at making a deep run this year.

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 WHITE OAK 3, MARSHALL 1: Tuesday night saw the Marshall Lady Mavs volleyball team fall short in four games to the White Oak Lady Necks with scores of 19-25, 25-21, 19-25, 3-25, leaving them at 1-2 for the season.

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The topic of archery season came up this week at the café. The talk of preparedness ranged from, “I have game cam pictures of a 160 class visiting my feeder” all the way to, “I guess I need to find my bow.”

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Marshall’s football team will have its work cut out for it when the New Caney Eagles fly into town Friday night for the season opener.

Hallsville’s football team scrimmaged against R.L. Turner High School out of Carrollton on Friday night in hopes of being a little more prepared for its season opener this upcoming Friday night.

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Friday night saw the Marshall’s football team play its one and only scrimmage of the year when it tied Frisco Wakeland in a 12-minute live quarter portion. Marshall athletic director and head football coach Jake Griedl said there were pros and cons that stood out to him.

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 JEFFERSON 49, HOOKS 14: JEFFERSON — Malik Brasher rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns, Josh Thomas passed for a couple of scores and the Jefferson defense got into the scoring act twice as the Bulldogs celebrated homecoming with a 49-14 win over Hooks.

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 Devaunte Powers, Blake Barlow, Cameron Webb and Brian Roberts, Spring Hill: Powers rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns, and Barlow had 10 tackles, two QB pressures, a tackle for loss, an interception and a fumble recovery in the Panthers’ 25-19 win over Anna. Webb had five tackles, a b…

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 E. FIELDS 3, W. RUSK 0: NEW LONDON — Elysian Fields earned a 25-15, 25-12, 25-14 sweep of West Rusk on Tuesday.