1
Jamie Dowdy
JR
6-5
C
3
Travis Spiceland
SR
6-0
G
10
Stephen Barga
SR
5-11
G
12
Scott McKenty
JR
5-10
G
20
Josh Madding
JR
6-0
G
22
Cory York
SR
6-2
F
23
Tanner Wilson
SO
6-0
G
24
Will Johnson
SR
6-2
F
25
Blake Clark
FR
5-9
G
30
Denver Seay
JR
6-2
F
33
Colby Wiseman
FR
6-0
F
35
Matt Fletcher
JR
6-1
F
41
Logan Holland
SR
6-3
F
42
Andrew Edwards
SO
6-5
F
Head Coach
Gus Gillespie
Assistant Coaches
Ron Winemiller
 
Brent Lovett
 
Vince Doom
Managers
Andy Cullen
 
Cabot Sivells
Athletic Director
Steve Woodward
Principal
Trent Lovett
Date
Opponent
Site
Time
Result
November 27
Community Christian
Marshall County
7:30
104-39
December 1
Todd County Central
Graves County-1st Kentucky Bank Shootout
8:30
83-70
December 6
Muhlenberg North
Marshall County-HoopFest
7:00
62-66
December 8
Rose Hill Christian
Marshall County-HoopFest
4:30
60-44
December 11
Saint Mary
Marshall County
7:30
62-50
December 13
Graves County
Marshall County
6:00
44-46
December 18
Carlisle County
Carlisle County
7:00
71-60
December 20
Mayfield
Paducah Tilghman-Tilghman Invitational
3:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Marshall County Marshals
               Probable Starters

F-Logan Holland...The 6-3 senior was a critical
reserve for the Marshals last season, and he
brings his blue-collar style to the starting lineup in
'07-'08.  A tough defender and rebounder, Holland
will look to reprise the role of last year's do-the-little
things forward, Mitchell Bohannon.  Has a nice
face-up game, and you can expect to see him
canning jumpers from the elbows and the baseline.


F/C-
Denver Seay...The 6-2 junior is a bruising
interior presence.  Capable as a scorer,
rebounder, and defender, Seay equalizes his
height disadvantage in the pivot with strength and
tenacity.  Expect him to be one of the region's most
potent low post scorers by season's end.

G-
Josh Madding...At 6-0, Madding offers the
Marshals a rangy athlete on the wing, capable of
playing either guard or forward.  Has the potential
to develop into another defensive stopper for
Marshall, and he will be a potent offensive weapon
in Gus Gillespie's motion offense.  A very good
three-point shooter, Madding also has the size and
quickness to be a threat putting the ball on the floor.

G-
Travis Spiceland...The 6-0 senior had been a
very good player in this region for quite some time,
but his play in the postseason a year ago elevated
him into the region's elite.  Although he is still
relatively slight in frame, Spiceland is wiry strong
and as tough as can be.  A clever and crafty scorer,
he was born to play within Marshall's motion
framework.  One of the region's best moving
without the ball, no one utilizes screens better.  Not
a great three-point shooter, but always makes the
ones that matter most.  Excels at putting the ball on
the floor and getting to the foul line, where he joins
death and taxes among life's certainties.  Just write
them down.

G-
Scott McKenty...The 5-10 junior looks like he
might have just delivered your paper, but he's
tough enough to take a charge from an
eighteen-wheeler.  Provides Marshall with savvy at
the point guard spot, and given his ability to push
tempo, he should give a boost to the Marshals'
running game.  A harrassing presence as an
on-ball defender, and has an accurate jumper that
will ease the offensive load on his backcourt mate,
Spiceland.

Meet the Marshals reserves...