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Photos by Barry Burleson
In a spring practice prior to the end of the school year, Marshall’s Ryan Brock reaches for the catch.

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Eli Pearson releases a pass.

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Photos by Barry Burleson
Marshall Academy linemen working hard in practice are Leonard Fields (65), Buford McDowell (67), Zach Sorrell (56) and Thomas Stewart (background).

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Everette Jones participates in a spring drill.

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Barrett Donahoe, head coach of the Patriots, passes to Drayton Potts, who has to reach around the goal-post for the catch in this spring football drill.

MA returns good nucleus for new season

Marshall Academy ended its football season last year one win short of the state championship game.

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Kendrick Fountain and Juwoyn Lyles of Holly Springs participated in the all-star contest. Fountain has signed with Itawamba Community College and Lyles with Rust College.

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Micah Powers of Potts Camp was selected Player of the Game in the recent all-star game played at Itawamba Community College. Powers has signed with Blue Mountain.

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Camee Faulkner of Holly Springs was named the Offensive Player of the Game. She is pictured with Andre Jones, head coach of the Lady Hawks.

Locals participate in all-star games

Marshall County was well represented in the NEMBCA All-Star Basketball Games.

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Photo by Ronnie Day
Byhalia defensive players swarm to the football during a spring match-up versus Coffeeville in the recent spring jamboree at H.W. Byers.

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Photos by Ronnie Day
Tyrico Richmond (6) of Byhalia picks up yardage as Holly High’s Miles Stone (7) pursues.

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Quarterback Charles Powell releases a pass under pressure.

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Byhalia’s Corderion Dean (12) hits the Coffeeville quarterback as he releases the football.

Byhalia emphasizes fundamentals

There was a focus on fundamentals in the spring football camp at Byhalia, and the progress showed in the jamboree.

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