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After trailing by just one point in the first quarter, the Marion County Knights picked up their intensity and took the lead for most the game, defeating the host Adair County Indians, 56-47, on Dec. 9.
Fit Kids gymnastics competed at the Shawn Johnson Holiday Classic at Broadbent arena over the weekend.
The Fit Kids Fusion All-Stars junior and senior teams competed Sunday at Jam Fest in Lexington. The junior team won first place and the senior team won third place and both squads won a bid to the U.S. nationals in Indianapolis in March.
The Marion County Fiscal Court approved two funding requests during its Dec. 4 meeting.
The court unanimously approved a total of $1,300 for Marion County High School volleyball player Shelby Goode. Goode is raising money to participate in the Down Under Sports Tournaments next summer in Australia.
Goode told the court that she needs to raise around $6,000, and she has raised about half of that money already.