Excelling at two sports in the fall, it was obvious Mason Marschand was going to play in college. It was only recently the Hopkinsville High senior decided football was going to be the path he was going to take.
Marschand signed with Union College on Friday, deciding to kick extra points on the gridiron over soccer goals on the pitch.
He was 36-of-39 on extra point attempts during the season and was 3-of-4 on field goals. His 45 points were the third-most scored by a Tiger football player.
As a junior, he kicked five field goals and 17 extra points.
Marschand did this while splitting time with the Tiger soccer team where he was an All-District and All-Region selection.
He joins teammates Conner and Hayden Lackey in signing with Union College. Christian County’s K.T. Pollard also signed with the school last month.
Union College is an NAIA school located in Barbourville. They compete in the Appalachian Division of the Mid-South Conference.