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With a state playoff berth on the line last Friday, the DAR Patriots had their worse showing of the season at Randolph High School in Huntsville. The Raiders capitalized on three of DAR's five turnovers in the first half on their way to a 47-0 shutout of the Patriots.

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Guntersville High School held a Homecoming pep rally inside Chorba-Lee Stadium Friday morning ahead of the game against West Point. 

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John Hyde is one of those rare guys who can do anything he sets his mind to, especially when it comes to piddling in his backyard shop.

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The Marshall Christian Stallions will have a forever home when the 2021 football season rolls around.

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Back on Sept. 12 and 13, golfing groups from Gunter’s Landing and Cherokee Ridge got together for the inaugural LakeRidge Cup Golf Tournament.

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Editor's note: Alumni Field - the old Marshall County High School football field next to Guntersville Elementary School - is getting an upgrade. There's a ton of history from that stadium. One team from that era that old time fans look back upon fondly is the 1967 squad that went 9-1 and mad…

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Alumni Field – the old Marshall County High School football field where so much Wildcat history was made over the years – is looking spiffy once again. And more work is still to come on the facility. 

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The DAR Patriots hosted the Madison County Tigers in a Class 4A Region 7 game last Friday for the final regular season home game.

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If you go to the big online fishing retailers or even stroll through a big box store, you’ll notice the shelves just about bare of fishing gear.

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Lewis and Bobby Stewart, Marty Ann Bundy and Loyce Winton made a trip to see Loyce’s sisters, Joyce Hobbs and Alveda Rhymer, in Altamont, Tennessee. Alveda had her 90th birthday in August. The group took food and the Tennessee folks had food, so they enjoyed a good lunch.

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Christi Williams, 78, of Albertville, died Shepherd’s Cove Hospice on October 18, 2020.

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Guntersville High School’s new assistant principal and athletic director has hit the ground running since coming on board back in July.

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Brothers Paul and John Bruce played in the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour all summer and they’re still playing. They have both been invited to some upcoming championship level events through the program.

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Alan Reed of Indiana was one of the anglers fishing in the big Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF) national championship on Guntersville Lake a week ago. He almost had a bad tournament.

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It started as a whim really, just something to do to along with the hobby of fishing. But in just a few short months, a garage bait business has already grown far beyond anything owners Gus and Sharon White could have imagined.

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Tony Cooley of Cooley Store said that fishing is not great below the dam right now, but there is a bright light. Sauger or jack salmon are starting to bite.

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The DAR Patriots visited the New Hope Indians last Thursday for the first time as region opponents. New Hope made the jump from 3A to 4A this season.

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These were the scores from last week's football games involving county teams:

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Many sports worldwide have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19 circumstances, and many more nationally are being allowed to play but with special rules and regulations regarding the safety of the players and spectators alike.

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The Guntersville varsity volleyball team celebrated Senior Night on October 1. They celebrated their accomplishments on and off the court as well as recognized their parents. Younger players on the team presented each senior with gifts.

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DAR 7th grader Bailey Kendrick had never done any kind of long distance running before he joined the Patriots cross country team this year, although he'd been training about a year. It seems he made the correct choice because Bailey is currently ranked as the top 7th grader in the entire sta…

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Marshall Christian School held senior night football festivities on Thursday with a pep rally at the school before the game against Clay County Christian.

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In its 11th year, the annual Pink Pumpkin Run – Marshall County’s most popular fall running event – is going virtual like hundreds of other running events since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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If February through May is the "primary" season for bass fishing on Lake Guntersville, then October through December is the "secondary" season. 

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The DAR Patriots celebrated Senior Night with a 28-14 win over the Pisgah Eagles in a non-region game last Friday in Grant. With the win, DAR improved to 2-3 on the season. With the loss, Pisgah fell to 1-4.

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The Guntersville High swim team hosted their first ever meet Saturday. Spectators wondered how they could swim in cold water, but the swimmers said, “It wasn’t that bad.”

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The 7th grade Wildcats started their game out strong against the Arab Knights, but were unable to hold on to a first-half lead with a plethora of penalties and missed opportunities in the second half.

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The Guntersville Middle School 7th grade volleyball team has played in tournaments the past two Saturdays and come away with first place at both.

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Archer Charles has hit the ground running in his junior football season at William Penn University. Charles graduated from Guntersville in 2018 and was a standout on the football field for the Wildcats.

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Former Guntersville Wildcat Walter Black has begun his junior football season campaign with the Dordt University Defenders. Black starts at left guard and in their first game of the season on Sept. 12, the Defenders knocked off Midland College from Nebraska 22-14.

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The Bassmaster Elite fishing tournament is coming to Guntersville Lake next week. But the tournament will be fished out of Scottsboro rather than Guntersville. 

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After finishing area away games with a 3-0 record, Guntersville lost it’s first area game at home to Fairview 1-3. The ‘Cats were down two players and two others were playing injured.