Lady Marshals, Marshals win on Senior Night

Senior recognitions took place between game on Tuesday evening. Picture front row (L-R) Chase Hill, Karsyn Serpico, Maddie Terry, Phoebe Ramsey, Koral Whybark, Zoe Maxlow, Anna Robertson, Presley Gallimore, Amelia Boone, Chloe Crosby. Back row (L-R) Manager Cody Culp, Steven Claborn, Zander Maxlow, Logan Parker, Hayden McMillian, Ethan Tabor, Cohen McLeod, Jeremy Jaco, Dalton Warmath.

It was Senior Night on Tuesday at Colburn Stadium and the Lady Marshals and Marshals celebrated their 18 seniors with a sweep of Mayfield. The Marshals won 5-0 and the Lady Marshals a quick 10-0 game.

The boys took the field first and put the first point on the board on an own goal by Mayfield following a Marshall County throw in. Logan Parker scored the Marshals second goal off of a throw in by Isaac Reynolds and Hayden McMillan scored to make it a 3-0 game before halftime.

Parker and McMillian each added their second goals of the night in the second half to finish off the 5-0 win.

The Marshals improve to 9-8-0 and will play an important district game at Calloway County on Tuesday.

Hayden McMillan scored a goal in the first half and one in the second half in the Marshals 5-0 shutout over Mayfield.

With Tuesday’s 10-0 shutout over Mayfield, the Lady Marshals improve to 12-2-2. They currently sit in 11th place in the state according to KHSAA RPI data.

The first four goals of the game came within the first 10 minutes. Karsyn Serpico got the scoring rolling with the first two goals followed by goals from Anna Robertson and Zoe Maxlow. Presley Gallimore’s goal made it a 5-0 game before Serpico picked up the hat trick with her third goal.

Anna Robertson scored a goal for the Lady Marshals on their way to a 10-0 shutout over Mayfield on Senior Night.

Chaney Green scored the seventh and eighth goals of the game. Mia McGregor and Maddie Terry finished the game off with the final two goals.

The Lady Marshals will play the first game of Thursday’s district double header at Calloway County.

Defender Jeremy Jaco keeping the ball away from the Marshals goal in Tuesday’s 5-0 shutout.

Unable to play due to an injury, senior Chase Hill was able to put a foot on the ball after kickoff before leaving the game.
Cohen McLeod with a header to keep the ball rolling downfield for the Marshals.
Karsyn Serpico (center) congratulated by her teammates following a goal. Serpico had three goals in the 10-0 shutout over Mayfield.
Tommy Robertson, part of the defensive line that helped earn the Senior Night shutout over Mayfield.