ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Marshall Christian School in Albertville made history this season by having the first six-man football program in the county. The Stallions finished their season with a 3-3 record. The final game of the year was held Thursday night and was the first homecoming held at a football game.
Prior to this program, basketball was the main sport at the school, which is why their homecoming used to be held on the hardwood.
Caleb Malone, a senior on the team, said he hopes interest in the new athletic opportunity increases each year.
"I hope that it continues to grow. We're losing, I think, seven or eight seniors, so we're going to be missing a lot of talent. We're losing our quarterback and a lot of our starting defense. But I think kids will be interested whenever they hear about it and they'll play," he said.
The Stallions fell to Clay County Christian Academy 99-72.
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