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  • Watterson Roundup

    David Shepherd shot a 76 to lead the Watterson boys golf team to a Division II sectional title Sept. 23 at The Players Club at Foxfire.

    Boys golfers win sectional in close shave

    In an effort to motivate his team, Watterson High School boys golf coach Olin Melaragno promised his players that he would shave off his beard if they won a Division II sectional title.

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Football | Golf: Boys; Girls | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball | Field Hockey


Football | Boys Golf | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball


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Watterson ready to face Hartley

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Whetstone Roundup

Tuttle comes back from injury in big way

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City League Notes

Beechcroft football squad glad to have McClendon

Listening to friendly advice paid off for Anthony McClendon.
Whetstone Roundup

Football team forfeits win over South

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City League Notes

Pride in community strong for Red Devils' James

Since joining the Marion-Franklin High School football team as a freshman in 2011, senior linebacker Thomas James has been a part of a program that has gone 39-6.
Watterson Roundup

Girls golf team wins 12th straight MOGGL title

The Watterson High School girls golf team had more than twice as many opponents to contend with in the MOGGL this season after the league decided to no longer divide its 12 teams into two six-team divisions.

Eagles look to end two-game skid

Through three games, the Watterson High School football team has endured some of the same ups and downs on offense that hindered it a year ago when it finished 3-6.