Army Ranger meets with S-C football players


On Saturday morning, U.S. Army Ranger Capt. Josh Marshall addressed the Smith-Cotton Tigers varsity football team at Tiger Stadium. Marshall played Division I-AA football for Murray State University in Kentucky and served one tour in Afghanistan. He now is stationed in at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville. Marshall’s main message for the players was how the things he learned through football and other team sports have helped him be successful in life. He stressed the importance of the team and being in the moment, and not letting an excuse change your goals. Coach Ryan Boyer said, “It was a great message and I hope our kids were able to take away many positive things from it.”


On Saturday morning, U.S. Army Ranger Capt. Josh Marshall addressed the Smith-Cotton Tigers varsity football team at Tiger Stadium. Marshall played Division I-AA football for Murray State University in Kentucky and served one tour in Afghanistan. He now is stationed in at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville. Marshall’s main message for the players was how the things he learned through football and other team sports have helped him be successful in life. He stressed the importance of the team and being in the moment, and not letting an excuse change your goals. Coach Ryan Boyer said, “It was a great message and I hope our kids were able to take away many positive things from it.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_FB.ArmyRanger.jpgOn Saturday morning, U.S. Army Ranger Capt. Josh Marshall addressed the Smith-Cotton Tigers varsity football team at Tiger Stadium. Marshall played Division I-AA football for Murray State University in Kentucky and served one tour in Afghanistan. He now is stationed in at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville. Marshall’s main message for the players was how the things he learned through football and other team sports have helped him be successful in life. He stressed the importance of the team and being in the moment, and not letting an excuse change your goals. Coach Ryan Boyer said, “It was a great message and I hope our kids were able to take away many positive things from it.”

On Saturday morning, U.S. Army Ranger Capt. Josh Marshall addressed the Smith-Cotton Tigers varsity football team at Tiger Stadium. Marshall played Division I-AA football for Murray State University in Kentucky and served one tour in Afghanistan. He now is stationed in at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville. Marshall’s main message for the players was how the things he learned through football and other team sports have helped him be successful in life. He stressed the importance of the team and being in the moment, and not letting an excuse change your goals. Coach Ryan Boyer said, “It was a great message and I hope our kids were able to take away many positive things from it.”

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