South Pittsburg - Marion Football Rivalry Takes a Nasty Turn
As football teams prepare for a notorious rivalry, vandals have hit the Marion County High School fieldhouse.
Besides the graffiti pictured, the vandals used profanity reading, "[expletive deleted] Jasper."
In another place the vandals wrote, "SP (7) and counting."
The South Pittsburg - Marion County football rivalry dates back to 1924. South Pittsburg leads the all-time series 46-38-4, having won the last seven games.
Each team enters tonight's final regular season game with an 8-1 record. The outcome will decide the District 6-A championship.
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