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Today's News

  • H.O.P.E. celebrates grand opening Aug. 4
  • Joy Global name is retired and is rebranding as Komatsu Mining Corp

     

  • Youth baseball
  • Brown, Robinson resign as athletic directors

    Tom Brown and Dallas Robinson have both resigned from their positions as athletic directors for Marion County Public Schools.
    Brown resigned as district athletic director to assume duties as the acting superintendent for Nelson County Public Schools. The position became available after Anthony Orr resigned as superintendent effective July 31. Brown's resignation as district athletic director was effective on July 31, as well, and he began his duties as acting superintendent in Nelson County on Aug. 1.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Different faces, same expectations for boys soccer team this year

    Marion County lost 10 seniors from last season's district championship squad and also lost its leading scorer. Despite that lost firepower, Knights Head Coach Greg Conley still has high expectations for the 2017 team.
    "I still have very high expectations," said the veteran coach, in his 11th season as head coach at Marion County. "I say 'still' because Logan Spalding is not returning this season. Obviously, he's a very, very good player and we're going to miss him, but we're making plans without him."

  • The Game Plan - Aug. 9, 2017

    Aug. 10
    VOLLEYBALL
    Scrimmage
    Lady Knights at home vs. Bardstown, 7 p.m.

    Aug. 11
    FOOTBALL
    Scrimmage
    Knights at home vs. Thomas Nelson, 6 p.m.

    GOLF
    Knights vs. Washington County (at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course), 5 p.m. boys only

    Aug. 12
    BOYS SOCCER
    Scrimmage
    Knights vs. Rowan County (at Madison Southern), 10:30 a.m.

    GOLF

  • The greatest honor

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    It's where every player dreams of going someday. It is at this historic place where pro football's greatest, most influential players are remembered for their achievements on the field. It is there that their legacy is forever etched in history. Each year, a select number of players- and sometimes non-players- are added to the list of football's greatest and are formally inducted into the Hall of Fame in August.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Coach: 'We're going to win district'

    They might be young, but that isn't holding Daniel Johnson back from setting some high expectations for the 2017 girls soccer team. In fact, he believes that come October, the Marion County Lady Knights will be hoisting the district trophy.
    "We're going to be really young," the second-year head coach said. "I didn't think it was possible for us to be any younger than we were last year. We’ll probably start five freshmen. We want to improve every day and get better. We're going to win district this year.”

  • MCHS girls golf is improving

    Rain cancelled a boys match at the Bullitt East Invitational and a girls match at the Olde Bridge Invitational but the girls still got some swings in at the Glasgow Country Club on July 31 in the Lady Scottie Invitational.
    Skylar Wilcher shot a 99- her first time shooting under 100- and Ava Spalding shot a 109, a 25 shot improvement from her first tournament

  • Marion County Little League Softball All-Stars Day

    The Marion County Fiscal Court proclaimed this past Friday, Aug. 4, as Marion County Little League Softball All-Stars Day. Every player on the 9-10-year-old and 11-12-year-old All-Star teams were presented with a special certificate and the following proclamations were read:

    Whereas, our Marion County 9/10 Softball All-Stars have earned the 2017 Kentucky Little League State title, and;
    Whereas, our Marion County 9/10 Softball All-Stars were undefeated in the state tournament, and;