Marion County Red Raiders

Raiders win NAC meet


Hackleburg’s Edge Weeks, Jaquan Reeder and Seth Ables, and Brilliant’s Jaedan Lipsey, reach the finish line in the boys’ 200m race.
WINFIELD — The Marion County High School boys’ and girls’ varsity track and field teams won the 2024 North Alabama Conference Championship meet on Wednesday, March 13. The meet was hosted in Winfield, with Brilliant, Hackleburg, Lynn, Marion County and Phillips high schools competing for the NAC championship.

Marion County High girls state runner-up


From left to right: Cooper Williams, Lexie Dishner, head coach Scott Veal, Hoyt Miles, Ava Butler, Zella Williams, Alecia Shack-Donaldson, Addisyn Randolph, Jasmine Wilson, Adrian Randolph, Jolie Kate Cox, Krissa Comer, Bekah Junkin, Lily Robinson, Erin Culp and Dustin Silas.
BIRMINGHAM — The Marion County High School Lady Red Raiders are the 1A girls state runners-up after losing the state final to Spring Garden 63-31 on Thursday, Feb. 29. The appearance in the state final marked the fourth in a row for the Lady Raiders, which included one state championship title.

Lady Raiders play state final tomorrow: Marion County’s girls make their fourth consecutive appearance in 1A state championship


Marion County’s Alecia Shack-Donaldson (#12) goes up for a layup against the Keith Bears on Monday during the state semi-finals. Donaldson scored 14 points total.
BIRMINGHAM – For the fourth season in a row, the Marion County High School Lady Red Raiders will be playing in the final round of the 1A girls’ state basketball playoffs tomorrow night.