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Today's News

  • Four games scheduled

    Campbellsville is the host team when the Knights hit the road Friday night.  Junior varsity action will begin at 6 p.m. with varsity action to follow.  Previously this season, the Knights defeated Campbellsville when the Eagles visited Marion County on Dec. 17 with a 57-47 victory. This was the first defeat of the Eagles by the Knights since January of 2008 when Marion County edged out a one-point victory.  

  • Excessive celebration?


    First of all, I need to start my column this week with a word of thanks to three people.
    This past Friday morning my sister had a minor run in with Mother Nature. As she was driving to school, her car hit a patch of ice and slid into oncoming traffic.
    Luckily, the oncoming drivers, which included a school bus, were driving slowly enough to avoid a collision and no one was harmed.
    After sliding into the oncoming lane, she headed her car into the nearest parking lot, which happened to be at The Work Connection.

  • Float-n-fly fish for smallmouth bass

     

  • Lady Knights win by 25

    The Marion County varsity girls basketball team took on the Wanneroo Wolves, an Australian travel team, Friday night of last week at the Roby Dome. The Lady Knights were in control throughout the entire game, and went on to defeat the Australian team by a final score of 59-34. Junior Bre Elder led all scorers with 17 points.

  • Socer Training

    Marion County Youth Soccer will hold indoor training sessions at Center Square for the next four Saturdays (Jan. 15, 22, 29 and Feb. 4).
    Under 6-year-old sessions will be from 9-10 a.m. and U-8’s from 10:15-11:15 a.m. The sessions are open for all registered players in MCYSA in those age groups. Players may register for the spring season at the session.
    Coaches of these age groups are requested to attend.
    For more information, contact Travis Webb at (270) 304-8591 or (270) 692-9195.

  • Knights defeat Australian team

    On Friday, the Marion County varsity boys basketball team played the Wanneroo Wolves, an Australian travel team, at the Roby Dome. After a close first quarter, the locals pulled away to pick up their sixth win of the season, defeating the Wolves by a final score of 76-54.
    In the first quarter, the two teams were evenly matched through the first five minutes. The Wanneroo Wolves held a 7-6 lead with 4:58 remaining, which was their last lead of the game. The Knights finished the opening quarter on a 5-0 run to lead 11-7 at the end of the period.

  • The Game Plan 01.12.11 - 01.18.11

    01.13.11

    Swimming

    AquaKnights vs. Taylor Co./Campbellsville  (Home)

     

    Basketball

    Lebanon Middle vs. St. A (Home)

    St. Charles vs. St. Dominic (Away)

     

    01.14.11

    Basketball

    Boys JV/Varsity vs. Campbellsville (Away)

     

    Girls JV vs. Mercer County JV  6:30 (Autism Classic - Home)

     

    01.15.11

    Basketball

    Girls Varsity vs. Ballard  8:00 (Autism Classic - Home)

     

  • Linescores 1-12-11

    Marion County Youth Basketball League
    January 9, 2011
    8- & 9-Year-Old Boys
    at St. Charles Middle School
    Kings 34: Austin Smith 11, Bryce Spalding 9, Cade Thompson 2, TyShay Epps 10, Grant O’Daniel 2.
    Suns 19: Cody Abell 1, Tanner Barker 2, Conner Cornish 6, Andrew Keltey 1, Dawson McCarty 7, Eli Nelson 2.

    Bulls 21: Zander Hyatt 1, Chase Miles 3, Ryan Lee Hayes 2, Austin Smith 1, Clay Callahan 10, Dalton Sallee 4.

  • Upward basketball tips off

    Sunday marked the beginning of the Upward Basketball season for this year.
    All the games will be played at Lebanon Middle School, and will begin every Sunday at 2 p.m. The season plays out for the next nine Sundays, wrapping up with closing ceremonies March 6.
    The director of the league is the pastor of Lebanon Christian church, Robbie Harmon.
    “The main goal is that everyone gets to play, and that everyone learn the fundamentals of the game and have fun,” Harmon said.

  • Governor Beshear announces launch of Kentucky Small Business Investment Credit Program

    Gov. Steve Beshear announced the Kentucky Small Business Investment Credit (KSBIC) program, part of the Governor’s Incentives for a New Kentucky (INK) legislation, will start accepting applications in January 2011.  The KSBIC program is designed to spur job creation by providing a nonrefundable state income tax credit to small businesses.