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The GHS Swim team traveled to Boaz Tuesday for the Jackson/Marshall Meet. This annual meet consists of Guntersville, Arab, Albertville, Boaz, Section and Scottsboro. Swim points are tallied individually for the men and for the women as well as a combined team score.

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For the first time ever, a youth football game will be played at Chorba-Lee Stadium. And the game has big implications, with a berth in the youth Super Bowl hanging in the balance. 

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These were scores from around the county and region last week:

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Guntersville didn’t play last week, but 3 Wildcat opponents put players in the Prep Spotlight put out by the Alabama High School Athletic Association.

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Arab led much of the game, but Oxford kicked a field goal with just seconds left on the clock to hand the Knights their 2nd loss of the season last week.

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Wallace State’s Hope Harrell of Guntersville was the low medalist, Hannah Sanders and Brileigh Roberts each made the All-Tournament team, and the Lady Lions’ golf team won the Snead State Fall Invitational championship last week at Lake Guntersville State Park’s Eagle’s Next Golf Course.

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These are some of last week's football scores from around the county and region:

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After a low scoring first half, DAR scored four touchdowns in the 2nd half to pull away for a 35-13 win over the New Hope Indians last Friday in Grant. With the win, DAR improved to 2-3 in Class 4A Region 7 and 2-5 over all. With the loss, the Indians fell to 1-4 and 3-4.

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As the fall begins, the baitfish will move up the creeks with the falling water temperatures, said Chris Cranford of Guntersville Tackle & Outdoors.  Naturally, the predatory fish will follow.

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Boaz Parks & Recreation will hold its Skinny Turkey 5K/10K race sponsored by Peoples Independent Bank on November 20. Proceeds from the event will benefit Second Chance Shelter.

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The Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers is excited to present the 12th Annual Pink Pumpkin Run to benefit mammography and cancer services at Marshall Medical Centers. The race will take place on Saturday, October 30, starting and ending at the Guntersville Civitan Park and will include t…

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Guntersville teen golfer Hudson Miles won the Alabama Junior Golf Association tournament at Twin Bridges in Gadsden on Saturday.

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Wesley Edwards of the Hebron community likes to fish below Guntersville Dam and he tries to go at least 3 or 4 days a week. Now he’s got a fish story people wouldn’t believe, except he has it on video to prove it.

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Still looking for their first win of the season, the DAR Patriots celebrated Homecoming with a 14-10 come-from-behind win over the St. John Paul II Falcons last Friday in Grant.

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With the help of a perfect performance from their quarterback, the Guntersville Wildcats rolled to a 63-6 homecoming victory over Sardis.

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These are Friday night's scores from around the county and the region:

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Guntersville and Boaz are on a collision course with both region and county football supremacy on the line. And both teams put a running back in the Alabama High School Athletic Assn. Prep Spotlight for their performances last week.

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For the fifth time in five games, the DAR Patriots came up short as they fell 58-28 to the Pisgah Eagles last Friday in Pisgah. The Patriots out-gained the Eagles in total yardage, but the outcome on the scoreboard was all that mattered.

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Guntersville, Arab, Albertville and Boaz each put a player in the Prep Spotlight, the weekly roundup of outstanding football play published by the Alabama High School Athletic Assn. 

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Four Marshall County players were in the Volleyball Spotlight put out by the Alabama High School Athletic Assn. this week:

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Andrew Whitaker is only 21 years old and he is just finishing his rookie season in the Late Model class at Huntsville Speedway. But he has won the season points championship and he is ecstatic.

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The DAR Patriots suffered a gut-wrenching Class 4A Region 7 loss to the Westminster Christian Academy Wildcats by the score of 24-22 last Friday in Huntsville. With the loss, DAR fell to 0-3 in region play and 0-4 overall. Westminster improved to 1-2 and 2-2.

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Jacksonville State and UNA are old in-state college football rivals who only renewed that rivalry in recent years. It's supposed to be a good game when these two colleges get together and this year's contest didn't disappoint. 

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Johnny Harbison coached 23 years, 10 years at Guntersville, before retiring. He’s “coming out of retirement” to coach again.

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Dustin Richards has been involved in a lot of exciting stuff over the years, racing motorcycles, flying helicopters and swimming the length of the Warrenton Causeway.

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Grab your family, canoes, paddle boards and kayaks for "Paddle Y'all", a free community paddle event at the beach on Sunset Drive.

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I went dove hunting at the Sparks Farm in northern Mississippi a week or so back with Dr. Pete Sparks. His brother Joe and nephew Mitch live in Memphis and they pour their hearts into managing this farm in Mississippi for gamebird hunting opportunities.