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Marion Center Linemen Dominate in Weekend Lineman Challenge



The Marion Center High School varsity football team’s linemen showcased their prowess over the weekend as they competed in a lineman challenge. The event brought together the best linemen from various schools, providing an opportunity for players to demonstrate their strength, agility, and teamwork.

Carter Knox, Gage Pennington, Laken Bailey, Isaac Bassa, and Collin Anderson represented Marion Center in the team relay race, securing a victory. Their coordinated effort and determination propelled them to the top of the podium, showcasing the dedication and hard work they put into their training.

However, the challenge also saw Marion Center face off against Indiana High School in the tug of war event. Despite putting up a valiant effort, Marion Center fell short against their opponents. Nevertheless, their resilience and sportsmanship were evident throughout the competition.

One standout performer from Marion Center was Collin Anderson, who was named the runner-up as the overall best lineman. Anderson’s exceptional skills and leadership qualities were recognized by the judges, highlighting his contribution to the team’s success.

The results of the lineman challenge are a testament to the commitment and talent of Marion Center’s linemen. Their solid teamwork, determination, and skill were on full display, earning them respect and admiration from their peers and competitors alike.

As the football season approaches, Marion Center can take pride in the performance of its linemen, knowing that they have what it takes to compete at the highest level. With their hard work and dedication, they are poised to make a significant impact on the field and lead their team to success in the upcoming season.

Congratulations to the Marion Center High School varsity football linemen for their outstanding performance in the lineman challenge. Your hard work and dedication have not gone unnoticed, and you have made your school proud. Keep up the solid work, and best of luck in the upcoming season!

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Mackenzie Thomas
Mackenzie Thomas, Sports and Feature Editor
“Don’t give up on the person you’re becoming”  I am Mackenzie Thomas, a junior at Marion Center Area High School. I am currently involved in Advanced Competetive Robotics, Bots IQ Robotics, FIRST Robotics, Future Business Leaders of America(FBLA), Cross Country, and Track and Field.  I am a proud member of the Newspaper staff for the fifth year. My love for journalism is flourishing as I am able to contribute to myself in a positive way. Ultimately, the Newspaper Club is giving me the opportunity to represent the school through writing and exploring events going on amongst the student body, all while contributing to my future career goal in the sports journalism field. 
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