Marshall County Athletic Hall of Fame dinner, induction Thursday

1996 Lady MarshalsDRAFFENVILLE – The Marshall County Athletic Foundation will hold the 2015 Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony Thursday. The induction dinner and ceremony will be held at Marshall County High School with a dinner starting at 5:30 followed by the induction ceremony in the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts Center at 7:00.

The annual golf scramble will be Friday, August 28, at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park.

Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Stacey Bradley 1993-2006; Record 241 wins, 54 losses, and 14 ties; Coach Bradley led the Lady Marshal Soccer Team to 12 regional titles, three sectional titles and three final four appearances.

1995, 1996 & 1997 Lady Marshal Soccer Teams – Coaches Stacey Bradley and Kim Crowell

1995 Girls Varsity
 (Photo below)
Front L-R:  Lana Phelps, Amy Walker, Heather Powell, Andrea Holt, Denae Strader, Kendra Hawkins, Deshae Strader, Cami Colburn, Alison Childress, Julia Travis; Back Row:  Coach Stacey Bradley, Lenisa Lowery, Kim Grissom, Andrea Beard, Denise Dietsch, Amy Dukes, Amber Walker, Brandy Mathis, Jessica Washburn, Beth Henderson, Blaire Poague, Regina Willis, Stephanie Stevenson, Kim Crowell, Asst. Coach

1996 Girls Varsity
Front L-R:  Blaire Poague, Leah Lineberry, Brandy Mathis, Andrea Beard, Kendra Hawkins, Alison Childress, Denae Strader, Cami Colburn, Mgr. Wendy Baxter; Back Row:  Jessica Washburn, Stephanie Stevenson, Lara Koym, Amber Walker, Julia Travis, Denise Dietsch, Heather Powell, Amy Walker, Maria Dafigard, Deshae Strader, Lauren Rosa.
Not pictured:  Head Coach Stacey Bradley; Kim Crowell Asst. Coach

1997 Girls Varsity
(Photo below)
Front L -R:  Jessica Washburn, Denise Dietsch, Heather Powell, Amy Walker, Julia Travis, Andrea HoltBack L to R:  Amanda Hawkins, Emily Wayland, Lauren Rosa, Joni Walker, Lee Ann Burkeen, Blaire Poague, Leah Lineberry, Brittany Forsythe, Molly Tveite, Whitney Bushart, Maegan Mathis, Rachael McClean, Jacqulyn Lyles, Heather Gilmore, Lara Koym, Jessica Johns, Kara Cocke
Not Pictured:  Head Coach Stacey Bradley, Kim Crowell Asst. Coach, Andrea Beard Asst. Coach, Wendy Baxter- Manager , Chasidy King- Manager

James ‘Jim’ Lockard – Mr. Lockard was one of the great supporters of Marshall County Football program. He was instrumental in helping Jim Shelton get the South Marshall Junior High football program started.  He went door to door with Coach Shelton in helping recruit kids to play football. Mr. Lockard and Jake Holt were some of the great visionaries in getting the practice football field, lights on the game field, and starting the Quarterback Club here at Marshall County High School. Even though Jim was an engineer, he put in countless hours of manual labor into these projects.

Homer Adlich 1943-46; Mr. Adlich was a forward on the Brewers High School Basketball team in 1943 – 1946 where he lettered all four years. In 1945 and 1946 he was named to the All-Purchase team as well as the All-State team. He was recruited by Western Kentucky University and Murray State University.

David Davis 1967-71; Mr. Davis, a forward for the Benton High School Basketball team in 1967-1971. He was a part-time starter as a Freshman and remained a starter throughout his high school career. He became the schools leading scorer with approximately 1,500 points with a single game scoring record of 46 points. In 1971 he was named to the All-Purchase team and All-Region team. Went on to attend University of Arkansas at Monticello where he played basketball and baseball.

Leon Inglish 1947-50; Mr. Inglish, a four-year letterman at Sharpe High School. Throughout his high school career, his teams won 96 games and lost only 19. He was named All-State honorable mention in 1948 and first team All-State in 1949 and 1950. Mr. Inglish was named to the All-Purchase team in 1948, 1949 and 1950.

Donald King 1962-65; A three sport athlete, Mr. King lettered in Basketball, Baseball and Cross Country during his high school career at North Marshall. In 1965, he was named Region 1 Player of the Year and Ky East-West All Star. Mr. King was named to the KY All-State team in basketball and Cross Country. After high school, Mr. King attended Mississippi State University where he was a three-year letterman.

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