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Auto Collision Repair Shop at Marion County High School to be Named in Honor of David Moore

After 39 years, Coach David Moore has decided to retire from Marion County High School. In honor of his years of service in the classroom and behind the scenes, the body shop at the school is getting a new name. It will forevermore be known as The David Moore Auto Collision Repair Shop in his …

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Post Season High School Baseball and Softball Update

The Whitwell Lady Tigers defeated the South Pittsburg Lady Pirates on Wednesday for the Region Championship. Whitwell host Jo Byrns on Friday in the sectional round. The Lady Pirates travel to Gordonsville, also on Friday in Class 1A. The winners earn a berth into next week’s TSSAA State Tournament (Spring Fling) in Murfreesboro. In the …

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Marion County High School Wins Award for Voter Registration

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett recently announced that Marion County High School has won the prestigious Anne Dallas Dudley Silver Level Award. The school earned this designation by registering 85 percent of its eligible students to vote. “Exceeding the 85 percent threshold is a distinction achieved by only 51 high schools in the entire …

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Former Marion County Warrior has Record Setting Day in the UFL

Former Marion County Warrior Jacob Saylors had a big day for the St. Louis Battlehawks in their UFL football win over the Memphis Showboats on Saturday. Jacob Saylors rushed for 103 yards and finished with a receiving touchdown. His 57-yard run set a franchise record for the longest run from scrimmage. Saylors was a three-sport …

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Marion County High School Hosts Junior College and Career Fair

Marion County High School hosted a Junior College and Career Fair on Friday on the school campus. Representatives from several regional and local colleges and universities were on hand to talk to students about what programs and fields of study were offered at their respective schools. This included representatives from Chattanooga State Community College, Lee …

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Westmoreland Inducted into Hall of Fame

Former Marion County High School football star Eric Westmoreland was inducted into the Greater Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame on Monday night. He played at Marion County High School, leading the Warriors to three state championships as a running back/safety. As a senior, he rushed for 2,359 yards and 40 TDs and finished with more …

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Woodlee Steps Away from Coaching at MCHS; New Basketball Coach Named

On Tuesday, Marion County High School announced the new coaching staff for the Lady Warriors basketball team. The staff includes Head Coach Brandon Harmon, who has been an assistant coach at programs in East Tennessee and Georgia for six years. He will be assisted by Ansley Tucker, Caroline Rash, and Emily Webb. To clarify, Kasey Woodlee, …

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MCHS Valmont Pre-Apprectices recognized at luncheon Tuesday

Pictured L-R: Karlee Scharber, Harlie Carson, Carter Deprima, Mason Dixon, Principal Dr. Larry Ziegler. Picture from MCHS Facebook page.

Students participating in the pre-apprenticeship welding program at Marion County High School were recognized for their achievements in the program at a special luncheon on Tuesday. Those in the program have practiced the welding trade through a pre-apprentice program in conjunction with the district and school’s CTE (Career Tech Education) program and local company, Valmont …

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College and Career Day set for Marion County High Schools

The Marion County School District College and Career Day will take place on March 14th. Whitwell High School from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Marion County High School from 10:30 AM till noon and South Pittsburgh High School from 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM. For more information, call the Marion County school district and speak …

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Christmas Parade held in Jasper on Friday

A beautiful Christmas parade was held in Jasper on Friday night. The event was initially scheduled for Saturday but was moved to Friday because of predicted storms. The Marion County High School Interact Club won first place in the float competition. Second place went to New Beginnings Church. There was a tie for third between …

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