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Columns

  • See ya!

     As some of you may or may not already know, after two years and many photos and stories, I’m leaving The Lebanon Enterprise.

    Recently, I accepted a job with our neighboring county’s newspaper - The Springfield Sun. 

  • Winning season

     I have a confession to make. 

    When I made my way to Rockcastle County for the first and only game of the Marion County Knights’ postseason on Nov. 7, I had a feeling it would be their only night in the postseason. Though the team’s records were the same, the Rockets had a better district and region record. The feeling that Marion County was going to lose got worse when the Rockcastle County Rockets scored within the opening moments of the game. 

  • Mortal combat

    Though I play my fair share of violent video games, I’m far from a violent person – in fact, I don’t think I have a violent bone in my body. 

  • Bow your head and pray

    It’s time to bow your head and pray. 

    I’m no stranger to hearing prayers on the playing fields. Whether it’s turf under their feet or wood under their sneakers, when it comes to district or region play, more often than not, I’ll hear a prayer said by one or even both teams. 

  • ‘Save tha tatas’

     Big or small, save them all! 

    In case you didn’t know, October is breast cancer awareness month. Whether it’s breast cancer awareness, or autism awareness, Marion County High School is no stranger to hosting events for a good cause. 

    In fact, it seems like they do it every season.

  • Worth noting

    Well, it was a slow week for sports here at The Enterprise. Unfortunately, with the soccer teams finishing up their season on the road, I wasn’t left with as much to cover this week. Thankfully, George Spragens went with the boys team and was generous enough to send photos. He also took pictures of an autumn baseball game at St. Catherine’s College, pitting the Marion County Knights pitted against Bethlehem and Bardstown in a double-header.

  • Up to the challenge

    It’s been a very exciting couple of weeks in the world of Marion County High School sports.

  • Show your support

     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. 

  • Learning the pic process
  • Headlines

    What a week in the sports world! Whether locally here in Marion County, here in the United States, or abroad and across the ocean, there is no shortage of exciting sports news. 

    At the national level, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was in some serious hot water because of the now well-known incident between himself and his wife.