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Today's News

  • 12-28-11 Church Brief

    Come & See Event
    Sisters of St. Benedict, Ferdinand, Ind. will host a Come & See event Jan. 6-8, 2012 for single, Catholic women between the ages of 18 to 40. Get to know our Benedictine sisters, share in our community life and prayer, and meet other women who are considering religious life - no pressure, no commitment. For more information or to register online, visit www.thedome.org/vocations, call Sister Michelle Sinkhorn at 1-800-734-9999, or email vocation@thedome.org.

  • Christmas schedule

     

     

     

  • Some people are just obsessive about things

     

     

     

  • 12-28-11 Linescores

    Dec. 19
    Boys’ Basketball
    Lebanon Middle School sixth-grade 30: D. VanCleave 10, T. Divine 6, J. VanCleave 2, L. Means 6, D. Cowherd 2, B. Shakur 2, T. Douglas 2.
    At St. Augustine 15.

    Lebanon Middle School seventh-grade 41: S. Taylor 4, J. Epps 10, D. Hammond 3, A. Spalding 2, B. Sleet 10,  K. Vaughn 9, B. Lee 3 .
    At St. Augustine 26.

    Lebanon Middle School eighth-grade 51: A. Douglas 22, T. Wethington 13, D. Epps 10, T. Murphy, 4 G. Litsey 2.
    At St. Augustine 37.

  • Deer hunters
  • Epps eclipes milestone

    By Josh and Jessica Veatch
    sports@lebanonenterprise.com

  • Looking back at 2011

    As 2011 is about to come to a close, we reflect back and remember the top 11 sports stories from the year.

    11. Richardson leaves
    April 29th was Glen “G” Richardson’s last official day with Spring View Hospital, which means that he is no longer the athletic trainer for Marion County High School after nearly nine years of service. Richardson accepted a new position with Taylor Regional Hospital.

  • Fort Harrod Classic

    For the second year in a row, the Marion County Knights varsity basketball team traveled to Harrodsburg to participate in the Fort Harrod Classic hosted by Mercer County High School. Last year, the Knights managed one victory while suffering three defeats, and this year hoped to improve on that result. The team played games on four straight days beginning last Tuesday afternoon.

  • Nike Tournament of Champions

    The Marion County Lady Knights made the trip to Phoenix, Ariz., to take part in the Nike Tournament of Champions. Marion County played four games over four days against very high caliber opposition, many of whom were nationally ranked. The Lady Knights came away with two victories and two losses in the tournament.
    Marion County would open up play against the nation’s No. 4 ranked team, St. John’s College from Washington, D.C. After a close game, the Lady Knights were able to defeat the Lady Cadets by a final score of 56-52.

  • Lady Knights Win by 22

        Coming off a 2-2 run in the Nike Tournament of Champions, the Marion County Lady Knights started their second holiday tournament of the year.  Marion County played their first game of the Mercer County/Harrodsburg Tourism Titan Christmas Clash agasint Paul Laurence Dunbar.  After allowing Dunbar to stay in the game in the first half, the Lady Knights pulled away in the second half and put the game out of reach.  With the win, Marion County will face Lincoln County tomorrow at 6:30 P.M. at Mercer County Senior High School.