Aaron Beth named Marshall County girl’s golf coach

Beth, a 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee, speaking at the Marshall County Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Marshall County High School announced that Aaron Beth will take over as the MCHS girl’s golf coach. Beth has been head coach of the Graves County girl’s basketball team for the past five years with a record of 132-22, won a regional title and five district titles. Beth’s wife, Leah, is an assistant principal at Marshall County High School and his children attend Marshall County schools. Beth’s daughter is set to join the MCHS golf team soon and is one of the state’s top young golfers with a long list of accomplishments already in her young career.

The Lady Marshals finished fourth this past fall in the KHSAA State Golf Championship in Bowling Green and are the reigning regional champions.

The following is a press release from Marshall County High School Athletic Director Mike Johnson.

Marshall County Schools would like to announce the hiring of Aaron Beth as the new MCHS Head Girls Golf Coach. Coach Beth will return to his alma mater where he was a decorated high school athlete during his career. Beth was a standout soccer and basketball player leading both teams to three state tournament appearances in the late 1980’s. Coach Beth was inducted as a member of the Marshall County Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.

“Coming home is something special. I am excited about wearing the orange and blue again,” commented Beth. “It was tough to leave Graves and my players, but it was time to come back home. I can’t wait to get to the course this summer, compete this fall with the girls, and start working on winning a state championship.”

“We are excited to have the opportunity to hire Aaron to lead our girls’ golf program,”  Mike Johnson, Athletic Director said. “He is a great coach and has proven that his teams will always compete at a high level and improve during the season. He will continue to build on the success of our girls program and compete for a state championship.”