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Marshall Girls Hon. Mention

In Tuesday’s Interstate Eight road victory over Charlotte, every player on Marshall’s roster scored at least one point. The Class B Honorable Mention Redhawks held an 18-0 lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 56-12 victory to improve their record to 9-1 at the halfway point of the season. Leading Marshall in scoring was

Recent Swimming Results

Last Saturday(1/16/16), The Marshall High School Men’s Swim Team competed in the Loy Norrix Invitational.  The team finished in third place.  Team team amassed 43 life time best times/scores.  The highest Individual finishers on the day were; O’Shea Swinton (3rd-Diving), William Rayner (4th-Diving), Eron Hill (4th-50 Fr & 4th-100 Fly), Micheal Vezmar (6th-100 Fly), and

Wrestling Schedule Changes

Location change for Wednesday January 20th.  Tonight’s Interstate-8 Quad will be at Coldwater High School…not at MHS.  The Redhawks will take on Northwest and Charlotte.  JV @ 5:30 and Varsity starting @ 6:00. On Wednesday February 3rd Marshall will host a Quad with Bronson, Olivet and Fowler. This meet was originally scheduled to be in Bronson,

Boys Defeat Charlotte

MHS Boys basketball teams all recorded conference wins on Tuesday night when the Redhawks hosted the Charlotte Orioles. The Freshman boys finished 81-31 against Charlotte, bringing the Redhawks to 7-1 on the season and 4-1 in the I8.  The JV team continued the evening with a 78-45 victory, bringing the Redhawks to 9-0 for the season and

Marshall over Harper Creek

The Men’s Varsity Swim Team competed at home on Wednesday January 13th against Harper Creek.  The team won by the score of 111-75.  The team amassed 24 Lifetime best scores/times.  Obtaining first places on the night were; Brian Huyge, Landon Morgan, Michael Vezmar, Cam Foster, Eron Hill, O’shea Swinton, & Juul Loonen.  The boys compete on

Another Sweep for Boys Basketball

Once again the Redhawk Boys Basketball teams came out with a sweep against their opponents, with victories Thursday and Friday night over the Northwest Mounties. On Thursday night, the Freshman and JV boys traveled to Northwest.  The Freshman finished with a 39-38 victory, which played out in the last moments of the game.  The Freshman

Comment with Caution

Athletes, Parents, Fans and Coaches, I am encouraging everyone to read and then discuss this important message.  Please think before you post a message on Social Media.  Recently, in Wisconsin, a very talented student athlete was suspended for a tweet, see article below.  Some will argue that her punishment was too much, but why not

Thinking About College Athletics

Student Athletes and Parents, Last month we hosted Scott Goddard of Athletic Quest, for an informational seminar.  All of those in attendance thought the content was outstanding and we hope to have Scott back again in the near future.  Stay tuned. The links below are interesting and informative.  For more information about Athletic Quest ask your coach or contact

Snow Days…for the Athletic Department

I wanted to inform everyone of our snow day procedures regarding contests and practices.  It has been standard to cancel Middle School contests and practices on snow days.  At the High School level that is different. Mike Walbeck, our Transportation Director, Dr. Davis and myself communicate to evaluate the condition of roads on snow days.  We

Make-up Dates from January 12th

Bowling…Home Thursday January 14th. Swimming and Diving…Home Wednesday January 13th. Girls Basketball…Home Tuesday January 26th…4:00, 5:30 and 7:00. Boys Basketball…@ Western JV and Varsity Tuesday March 1st 5:30 and 7:00.  Freshmen boys @ Western Tuesday February 9th at 5:30.