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Today's News

  • The Game Plan, May 16

    May 16
    Baseball
    Knights vs. Russell County (Home)

    May 17
    Baseball
    Knights vs. Garrard County (Home)

    May 17-19
    Tennis
    State tournament in Lexington

    May 18
    Track and field
    2A state track meet at University of Louisville

    May 18-19
    Softball
    Lady Knights compete in Boyle County Invitational

  • Knights take top honors in singles and doubles competition

    The Marion County Knights tennis team was able to come away with top honors in both singles and doubles competition at the regional tournament last week.  Freshman Alex Spalding claimed the singles crown, while the duo of senior Noah Swencki and junior Jacob Burdette took the top spot in doubles action.

  • Softball team picks up 20th win of season

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team won five of its seven games last week. Both losses came in the Campbellsville Invitational Tournament.
    Marion County's overall record now stands at 20-6. According to Coach Todd Spalding, this softball team is the second in school history to reach 20 wins.

  • Lady Knights compete in regional tourney

    The Marion County Lady Knights tennis team competed in the regional tournament last week, and the doubles team of Elyssa Holt and Madison Cassidy came away with a top four finish. According to Head Coach Angela Holt, this qualified the duo to play in the state tournament, the first girls to do this since Jane Claire Spalding and Leah Mattingly in 2008.

  • Linescores, May 16

    Girls

    May 8
    Mets 6 3 5 2 - 16
    Reds 1 1 0 0 - 2
    Jenna Cecil struck out five and Olivia Ford had three hits and three RBI's including a two run triple in the 1st. The Mets never looked back from that point forward. Alice Farmer added three runs scored and two hits. For the Reds Jaci Benningfield had two hits and Kate Cobb had a hit and scored a run.
     
    Rangers 2 0 0 0 - 2
    Yankees 5 4 1 2 - 12

  • St. Catharine College honors Athletes of the Year

    At the annual awards banquet St. Catharine College recognized the 2011-12 Athletes of the Year. That honor went to senior softball player Kasie Prather and senior basketball player Brandon Johnson.
    Prather, a senior from Lancaster, was recently named to the All Mid-South Conference First Team. The Patriot center fielder led the team in batting average at .436, hits (88), doubles (21) and walks (18). She was second on the team in home runs with 11 and, even as a leadoff hitter, was fourth on the team in runs batted with 32.

  • St. Catharine to hold baseball camp in Bardstown

    The St. Catharine College baseball team will hold its annual baseball camp at Dean Watts Park in Bardstown on June 4 and June 6. The camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon each day. It is for players aged six years to 18 years. The cost is $55 per camper. Siblings will be given a $5 per child discount.
    The camp will be conducted by St. Catharine head assistant coach Terry Davis along with Patriot assistant Bryan Allen and members of the 2012 Patriot team. The camp will emphasize hitting, fielding, throwing and base running.

  • SCC to again offer golf lessons

    St. Catharine golf coach Joan Rizer will again be offering golf lessons as a fundraiser for her Patriot men's and women's teams. The lessons will be held at Bardstown Country Club at Maywood.
    To set up a time for lessons or for more information call Coach Rizer at (502) 507-4777.

  • The outdoors defined Jerry Stine

    Last week my friend Jerry Stine passed away after a hard-fought battle. But, if you want details, look elsewhere! I prefer to remember some of the good times and stories I heard... Well, not all the stories!
    Jerry a.k.a. Scoutmaster, "Stinky" and Sir, was a good-time kind of guy. Jokes, pranks, parties and the outdoors all defined my friend.

  • Turkey season ended without a bang

    Turkey season ended without so much as a shot fired from me. And amazingly I'm not that disappointed!
    I'm not really disappointed, because I saw birds and "could" have shot several. Instead, I did as my friend Ed Heckel often does. I looked at the bird, pointed my finger, and said "bang." So, in my minds eye, that was a dead bird!