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Marshall Football Team History


Marshall Tigers
S.V. Marshall High School

12572 Hwy. 12 West Tchula, MS
Stadium:
Colors: Maroon & Gold
Overall Record Progress      79% Complete
   
  
Team Timeline
First Team: 1927  (#1)
  Changed Name from Tchula to Marshall in 1985
  Closed in 2014
  Consolidated with McClain & Williams-Sullivan to form Holmes County Central.
 
Championships
State Playoff Championships
None
District Championships
  1990
 
Team Records
 Overall Record 188-359-7
 Winning Pct. 34%
 State Playoff Titles 0
 District Titles 1
 District Record 38-128
 Home Record 71-118-3
 Away Record 50-141-3
 
By The Numbers
 Seasons 89
 Winning Seasons (#2) 17
 Losing Seasons (#2)40
 Most Wins in A Season 10 (1963)
 Most Losses in A Season 11 (2012)
 10 Win Seasons 1
 Most Points Scored in a Game 82 (9/3/1981)
 Most Points Scored in a Season 348 (1964)
 Most Points Allowed in a Game 90 (11/5/1999)
 Most Points Allowed in a Season 599 (2012)
 Largest Margin of Victory 76 (9/3/1981)
 Largest Margin of Defeat 90 (11/5/1999)
 Most Points Both Teams in a Game 90 (11/5/1999)
 Last Shutout 9/16/2011
 Last Time Shutout 9/27/2013
 Shutouts All-Time 73
 Been Shutout All-Time 138
 
Streaks
 Longest Win 12 (11/9/1962-9/4/1964)
 Longest Losing 25 (9/26/1997-11/5/1999)
 
 
2013 Season
 8/24  @ Coahoma County    22   42   L  
 8/30  vs. Durant    22   30   L  
 9/6  vs. McClain    6   13   L  
 9/13  @ Byers    0   40   L  
 9/20   OPEN 
 9/27  @ Elzy    0   47   L  
 10/4  @ Saint Joseph Madison   *  6   40   L  
 10/11  @ Pisgah   *  6   27   L  
 10/18  vs. Leake County   *  6   52   L  
 10/25  vs. Puckett   *  6   47   L  
 11/1  @ Williams-Sullivan   *  14   16   L  
 
2013 Season Totals
  Record0-10
  Scoring88-354
  Region Record0-5
  Home Record0-4
  Away Record0-6
Longest Running Rivalry
 Marshall & Lexington have played 38 games.
Marshall has won 12 games.
Lexington has won 25 games.
with 1 tie games.
 
 
Border Wars
 No games on record vs. Border States.
 
  
 
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NOTES:
(1) If 'First Year' is unknown we assume a year based upon research.
(2) Winning and losing seasons counted only if team plays at least 5 games.

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