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    Pierce Scott of Marysville looks to elude Dublin Scioto defender Francis Cutchember during their game on Sept. 12. The Monarchs will play at Central Crossing on Friday, Oct. 24.

    Football team looks to handle Comets

    Marysville High School football coach Morgan Cotter realizes his team will be facing a much-improved Central Crossing squad Friday, Oct. 24, at Central Crossing.

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Editor's note: Because of a technical issue, cross country schedules are located at the bottom of teams' season preview stories. Results may appear here

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Marysville Roundup

Girls soccer eyes solid defense

Marysville High School girls soccer coach Steve Reymann believes his team can have some success in the Division I district tournament if it can shore up its defense.
Marysville Roundup

Romine, Tarrants advance to district

Although she was disappointed that her team missed qualifying for the Division I district tournament by one stroke, Marysville High School girls golfer Emma Romine was pleased that she earned an individual berth.
Marysville Roundup

Boys golf team is set for sectional

Marysville High School boys golf coach Jon Wing is looking forward to his first postseason.
Marysville Roundup

Volleyball team building legacy

Randy Cline entered his first season as Marysville High School girls volleyball coach confident his team could reach its goals.
Marysville Roundup

Football team focuses on second goal

The Marysville High School football team enters each season with three major goals.
Marysville Roundup

Football team 'can get better'

Although his team has started 2-0, Marysville High School football coach Morgan Cotter believes the Monarchs are far from reaching their potential.

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