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DAR swept two games against the New Hope Indians Tuesday night in New Hope. The varsity girls won for the 5th time in the last 6 games with a 49-18 win. The varsity boys coasted to a 61-39 win.

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It’s perhaps the biggest athletic event of the year for Marshall County. The county basketball tournament is at Snead College all next week, with every school in Marshall County battling their neighbors for bragging rights.

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The junior high county basketball tournament opens today in Guntersville and will culminate with 4 teams – 8th grade boys, 8th grade girls, 7th grade boys and 7th grade girls – winning championships next Saturday.

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The DAR varsity basketball teams swept the North Jackson Chiefs in Class 4A Area 13 play last Tuesday in Stevenson. The girls came from behind in dramatic fashion to claim a 60-59 win while the boys pulled away in the 4th quarter for a 72-62 victory.

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When the Guntersville boys played Boaz in the opening game of the season, the Wildcats won by a single point 53-52.

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The Asbury girls are ranked No. 8 in the state in 2A. But they face a monumental task if they’re to do well in the playoffs.

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The Guntersville Girls’ Soccer team will be at Foodland today (Saturday, Dec. 15) from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. raising money for various needs for the team.

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The DAR varsity basketball teams traveled to Douglas last Friday to take on the Eagles. DAR won the girls game 63-48 while Douglas pulled away late for a 53-42 win over the Patriots in the boys game.

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The DAR varsity girls and boys basketball teams notched a pair of wins on the road at Brindlee Mountain last week. The girls defeated Brindlee Mountain 64-34 while the boys hung on to defeat the Lions 78-71 in a hard fought contest.

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The DAR varsity girls and boys basketball teams hosted Boaz last week. The girls picked up a 49-40 win while the boys fell 74-57.

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Both the Guntersville High and DAR High fishing teams were set to fish their first tournament of the year today (Saturday) on Pickwick Lake in northwestern Alabama.