Marauders to take on Hebron

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Marauders to take on Hebron

The Marauders beat the Nimitz Vikings 53-7 at their last game.

The Marauders beat the Nimitz Vikings 53-7 at their last game.

Samson George

The Marauders beat the Nimitz Vikings 53-7 at their last game.

Samson George

Samson George

The Marauders beat the Nimitz Vikings 53-7 at their last game.

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The Marauders are looking to keep their winning streak alive tomorrow night against the Hebron Hawks. The game will be in Marauder Stadium at 7 p.m.

If they come out on top, it will be their fifth straight victory.

“[We need to] focus on each day,” offensive coordinator Tim Morrison said. “If we do that, we will put ourselves in a position to be successful.”

Hebron is going into the game with a win after beating Coppell 35-27. The Hawks have the same records as the Marauders, with 4-1 for the season and 2-0 for the district. 

The Marauder offense is hoping to continue their success from previous games. After their last three match ups, the Marauders average 58 points a game. 

Junior quarterback Garrett Nusmeier has 904 yards and 12 touchdowns, while the receiving core has 580 total yards and eight touchdowns. Senior running back Ty’son Edwards has 710 total yards and nine touchdowns after the last three games.

“Ty’son is a testament to just being a Marcus football player,” Morrison said. “He takes care of every little detail we ask him to do.” 

On the defensive side of the ball, the Marauders have given up a total of seven points in their last two games. With big stops on third down, they were able to give the offense the ball. This put the team on the path to victory.

“Keep pushing and every play is going to be a fight,” Morrison said. “We have to make sure we are ready for it Monday to Thursday.”

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