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Murray Fall Kickoff moved to soccer complex

-- Staff Report

MURRAY â “ Due to Saturday's pending weather forecast, the Murray Independent School District Fall Sports Kickoff scheduled for Saturday at 5 p.m., has been moved from Ty Holland Stadium to the Murray High School Mallory France Soccer Complex.

The soccer complex is located at 501 Doran Road, behind Murray High. Currently, the event is scheduled to be held outside. However, in the event of rain the kickoff will be held inside the high school gym. A final decision will be made Saturday afternoon at 3.

During the fall sports kickoff the following sports/groups will be recognized: MMS girls softball, MMS volleyball, MMS cheerleaders, MMS football, MHS golf, MHS dance, MHS band, MHS cheerleaders, MHS girls soccer, MHS boys soccer, MHS volleyball, MHS cross country and MHS football.

Concessions will be available by the Murray High School Band Boosters and will offer hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, nachos, candy, soft drinks, water, Gatorade and water.

Adult tickets are $3 and all students, coaches, athletes and children are admitted free.

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