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Today's News

  • Marion County kids have talent

    Marion County is blessed with so many incredibly talented children.
    Last week, I was fortunate enough to see many of them in action.

  • BASEBALL Knights score five in second, beat Cards

    Taylor County quickly shot out to a 2-0 lead in the opening inning on April 25. 
    Marion County responded quickly themselves, taking advantage of four walks and a couple of Cardinal errors in the second inning to score all five of their runs in a 5-2 win.

  • Sports briefs

    Marion County Little League standings
    (As of April 30

    12U Baseball
    Cubs         4-0
    Dodgers     2-2
    Reds         2-2
    Indians     2-2
    Astros         1-3
    Braves     1-3

    12U Softball
    Rangers     3-0
    Angels     1-1
    Reds         1-1
    Dodgers    1-2

  • The Game Plan - May 3, 2017

    May 3
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights home vs. Taylor Co. 6 p.m.

    May 4
    BASEBALL
    Knights home vs. Green Co. 6 p.m.

    TENNIS
    Knights at regional tourney (at Freeman Lake Park)

    TRACK
    Knights at Bardstown Invitational

    May 5
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights away at C’ville, 6 p.m.

    May 8
    BASEBALL
    Knights home vs. Bethlehem, 5:30 p.m.

    TENNIS

  • You've been drafted

    In the City of Brotherly Love, 253 people joined some exclusive company this past weekend. 
    The NFL held its annual draft in Philadelphia April 27-29 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where the NFL's 32 teams selected from a wide pool of players and looked to find a missing piece for a championship team, find a young, talented player to build around, or bolster an already talented roster. 

  • Marion County Middle School Knights on fire

    The Marion County Middle School Knights are 10-2 in the conference and 11-6 overall. They are in first place in the conference. They competed in an A team tournament this past weekend, taking a loss and a win. District tournament play starts May 15.  
    The following players lead the team in these areas:
    • Gabe Nelson - 28 hits
    • Parker Barnett - 10 doubles and six triples
    • Owen Cox - 12 walks
    • Brice Pirkle and Kyle Mattingly are tied with 1 hours
    • Brice Pirkle - 21 RBIs

  • SOFTBALL: Marion County shuts out Lady Indians again  

    Marion County has continued its run of dominance in district games this season. 
    Haley Mattingly struck out 14 and allowed only four hits as she recorded her 10th win and eighth shutout this season in the Lady Knights' 6-0 win against Adair County (4-15. 1-5) on April 25. 

  • TENNIS: Boys tennis team wins conference title  

    Marion County's rough ending to the season is a distant memory. 
    Four Knights won their respective events at the Heartland Conference tournament April 24-25, with the boys winning the overall conference title and the girls finishing as overall runners-up.

  • Male track team finishes third at Cardinal Classic  

    Marion County's male athletes finished third and Stephen Salgado improved his triple jump by three feet to set a new personal of 42' 1" in the Cardinal Classic at Nelson County High School on April 25. 
    The new personal record put Salgado within a foot of the school record. 

  • Vaught’s Views: Kash Daniel thinks strong academic work can lead to success in football

    By Larry Vaught

    Kash Daniel has a lot of lofty goals for himself during his sophomore season at Kentucky and has them posted on his apartment wall so he sees them every night.
    He wants to bench press 405 pounds and squat 550. He wants to play on every special team UK has. He wants to start at linebacker even though UK returns linebackers Jordan Jones and Courtney Love, its top two tacklers from last year.
    Daniel also wants to make a national name for himself after making 19 tackles in 13 games last year.