Along with nearby highschools, Marshall has faced a shortage of officials to work at sporting events. According to the Director of Student Activities, Joseph Swarm, many associations have said the reason for the shortage is the treatment referees sometimes receive from spectators, coaches and players for little pay. “It’s unfortunateContinue Reading

The varsity cheer team has persevered through many roadblocks this season. The team placed first in the Liberty District semi-finals, a stark improvement from the beginning of the season. “Our first competition was a little rough because we came in fifth,” varsity cheerleader and sophomore Calla Spignardo said. The teamContinue Reading

School spirit, sports and senior leaders—it’s a new year, and the Mob is ready to start. The “Marshall Mob” refers to the student section at football, basketball and other sports. Each year two seniors are chosen to lead them. This year, the title belongs to Carolyne Chase and Ben Jones.Continue Reading

On Wednesday at 4:00 p.m, 10 seniors officially committed to colleges across the country for sports. Throughout the school year, colleges scout the best players and offer them spots on the team through scholarships. This culminates on signing day, where players sign contracts agreeing to play for the university teamContinue Reading

Dylan Liskey eludes trailing defenders.

Despite the school’s lack of a rugby team, senior Dylan Liskey achieved his goal of committing to a team for college. Liskey recently committed to play for the United States Military Academy at West Point, or informally, Army. Liskey has played a range of sports, including football and wrestling forContinue Reading