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Today's News

  • Lady Knights have a down week

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team had a down week, losing four out of five games. Throughout the week, the Lady Knights played district rival Adair County at home, Mercer County on the road, and played three games in the Boyle County tournament held Friday and Saturday. This past week’s action takes Marion County’s record to 11-9.
    “We are not playing well, but hopefully next week will be a better week with better results,” Head Coach Trent Milby said.

    Marion County 1, Corbin 4

  • Teams vie in Derby Day doubles

    The Marion County Knights boys tennis team traveled to Lexington on Saturday to compete in the Kentucky Derby Day doubles event hosted by Kyle Macy. The bulk of the matches were played at the University of Kentucky tennis complex (Hillary J. Boone Tennis Center) and were later moved to the Lexington Tennis club due to rain.

  • Knights drop three of four

    The Marion County Knights played four games last week and came away with victories in only one of them. On Thursday night, the Knights hosted the Bardstown Tigers, on Friday evening the Knights hosted the Whitefield Academy Wildcats, and on Saturday the Knights went on the road to face North Hardin in a doubleheader. The win gives the Knights a total of eight on the season with 11 losses.

    Bardstown 0, Marion County 10

  • Run for the Roses

     

     

  • 5-11-11 Game Plan

    5.11.11.

    Baseball

    Knights varsity and junior varsity vs. Nelson County (Away)

     

    5.12.11

    Track and field

    HAC Regional Competition     (At Green County)

     

    Softball

    Lady Knights vs. Green County (Home)

     

    Baseball

    Knights varsity vs. Campbellsville (Away)

     

    Tennis

    Knights and Lady Knights vs. Adair County (Home)

     

    5.13.11

    Baseball

  • Socks are the most essential gear

     

  • Industrial Softball League to begin play in June

    The Marion County Industrial Softball League is getting ready to begin its 2011 season.  If you would like to organize a team and work for a business or industry in Lebanon/Marion County or Washington County, please contact your human resource department at work for information.
    * All games will be played at Graham Memorial Park, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
    * Co-ed regulation and rules
    * First game is scheduled for June
    Contact your company’s HR managers, or call Karen King at (270) 692-6002 for more information.
     

  • Volleyball basic skills camp is June 14-16

    Marion County Head Volleyball Coach David Hibbard has announced that there will be a basic volleyball skills camp at Marion County High School June 14-16, running each day from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The camp is available to middle school volleyball players, first year players, or any students (grades 6-12) interested in learning about volleyball.
    The three-day training will cover topics including passing, setting, hitting, serving, offense, and defense. There will be a $60 cost for the camp, which includes a shirt, training, and lunch each day.

  • Team competes in invitational

    Friday, the Marion County boys and girls track teams competed in the Green County Track and Field Invitational. The girls team finished in sixth place overall with a total of 45 points and the boys team took eighth place with 52.5 points.
    “The girls had a good night,” Head Coach Robby Peterson said. “Natavia (Young), and Tamyra (McElroy) are really coming on strong in the long jump, triple jump, and shot put. The boys relay teams had a good night as well.”
    Peterson went on to comment on some injuries that the team is dealing with.

  • Gillespie named to All-Resilient Team

    Chance Gillespie, son of Darren and Paula Gillespie of Lebanon, was selected for the first annual Tom Leach All-Resilient Team recently.
    Gillespie is a junior at Marion County High School and is both a football and track athlete. The All-Resilient Team is made up of 19 male and female Kentucky high school athletes who have had to overcome great obstacles to play their sport. Adversities overcame by members of this team include injuries, disabilities, or health or family difficulties.