John Marshall Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 0 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Lawyers Blank JFK 18-0

  The varsity football team ended its season in style, defeating JFK 18-0 under the lights at the Collinwood Athletic Complex. The Lawyers had back-to-back wins to close the year, raising their Senate League record to 3-4 and creating momentum for the offseason. Quarterback Rasheed Roundtree opened the scoring with a 25 yard touchdown pass

Lawyers Top Whitney Young 29-18

  The varsity football team defeated Whitney Young 29-18 last week in a Homecoming Game at JFK Field. Quarterback Rasheed Rountree led the offensive attack, throwing two touchdown passes to Devyn Ellis. The Lawyers jumped out in front early, scoring on their first two offensive plays. The first was a 60 yard touchdown pass from

Rhodes Tops Lawyers 22-13

  The varsity football team fell to an undefeated (in conference) Rhodes squad 22-13 in Old Brooklyn. Marcellus Blade led the Marshall effort, blocking and returning a Rhodes punt for a touchdown. He also recorded ten tackles, two sacks, and three tackles for loss. Cervante White also had a strong defensive game, recording a team-high

Marshall Falls 20-6 to John Hay

The John Marshall varsity football team fell to John Hay 20-6 Friday afternoon in a hard fought game played at Bump Taylor Field.  The game was moved to Bump Taylor due to construction delays at John Marshall’s new stadium. The teams arrived on an overcast afternoon, but just minutes before kickoff a cloudburst opened up

Lawyers top Wolverines 33-16

  The Varsity football team defeated Lincoln West on Friday at Rhodes Field to notch its first win of the season. Taevon Coles led the offensive attack with 239 yards rushing and three touchdowns. The victory raises the Lawyers record to 1-1 in the Senate League. Marshall struck first in the game, as Coles ran

Parma Tops Lawyers in Tough Battle

  The John Marshall football team went toe-to-toe with Parma Thursday night at Byers Field, and played its best game of season. Marshall led through much of the first half, using strong defense and special teams to stun Parma. The Redmen, a playoff team last year, pulled away in the second half after trailing 14-12 late in the

Lawyers Fall in Season Opener to Southeast

The John Marshall varsity football squad made the long trip to Ravenna, Ohio on Thursday to take on Southeast in the season opener. The defense was stubborn all night, led by Cervonte Walker’s 9 tackles and an interception. Marcellus Blade and Allen Dixon each had six tackles, and Dwayne Stowers had five. The unit forced Southeast