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What a busy week! Between the usual games and matches, plus extra assignments and Ham Days, I barely got a wink of sleep over the weekend. I suppose in the long run though, staying busy is good, even if we don’t think so in the present moment.
The Marion County Lady Knights have had a tough season. With the team sitting at 1-9, they have faced opponents from both near and far and taken their only victory out of the grasp of the Fort Knox Lady Eagles (0-8). Since that win, the team has been mercied out by the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs (6-7) and the Thomas Nelson Generals (9-4).
The Marion County Knights had a battle of epic proportions when they took on the LaRue County Hawks in a rescheduled game on Sept. 26. The Knights won the fray with a decisive touchdown and conversion 41-34. The Knights’ improved to 4-1 as they prepare to enter district play.
After losing a huge and powerful starting lineup, the Marion County Knights have jumped into the fight and have emerged half way through the season with a few victories notched in their armor.
Senior forward Ozwaldo Cruz said the toughest opponents the team has faced so far have been the John Hardin Bulldogs (14-2) and the North Hardin Trojans (10-4). The Knights (3-10-2) fell to the Bulldogs 6-1 and the Trojans 3-0.