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Columns

  • Closing in on 3,000 points

    Well, it’s me again. Jessica got a bit tied up with our 3-year-old who was pretending to not feel good in order to sleep in the bed with mommy. Well, that worked for Karli, so here I am typing a column.

  • Slipped past me

    I guess that in all the hustle and bustle of Christmas and all that goes with it, something slipped up on me, and I nearly forgot about it. In fact, this actually happened two full weeks ago. I can’t believe that I nearly missed this or that no one mentioned it.

  • A Whole Lot of W’s

     

  • Young guns are on top

    Over the weekend a lot of things happened in the sports world. The Lady Knights continued their winning ways and look like the No. 1 team in the state. The Knights are still searching for their first win of the season, but anyone who watched their game with Madison Central can see potential. The Kentucky Wildcats had a two game winning streak, their first since the end of November. Now, before you say anything, I am still, and will always be, a fan of the Wildcats.  They may be struggling a bit this year, but it’s still early in the season.

  • Now It’s Official

     

  • Black Friday

    Yeah, I know that I wrote a column last week and all of you were hoping to hear from Jessica this week. Well, you will have to wait one more week. As soon as I mentioned to Jessica that I had an idea for a column, she jumped on that and here I sit typing away.

  • May be a little early

    Finally. Jessica and I have been to our first competitive basketball games of the season, and it could not have come soon enough. You see, we have gotten so used to having a game to report on during football season, that during that span between football and basketball we were a bit lost. It's a big change when you go from having a regular game to report on to having to find information. I think we handled the transition just fine, but we sure are glad that basketball has arrived.

  • A night to relax

    So in Josh's column last week, he made a statement that I would miss standing on the sidelines of Knights football games. Just to clarify, he meant for this season. I think some people who read the column or maybe just skimmed parts of it, thought that Josh and I were quitting our job as sports correspondents for the Enterprise. However, that is not the case. We are eager to begin covering our third season of basketball and swimming, the winter sports whose regular season games and meets start at the end of this month.

  • Changing of the guard

    Jessica and I attended the last game of the 2012 football season Friday night. I have to admit, I'm going to miss making those road trips to the away games, and I know Jessica will miss standing on those sometimes frigid sidelines when it's drizzling rain and taking photographs. OK, so maybe I am kidding about that last part, but I know that she's a football fan at heart, and will miss watching the Knights compete on the football field.

  • Big cool down

    Well, since the last time that I wrote a column, three different Marion County sports teams have seen their season come to a close.
    Both soccer teams lost their first round 5th Region tournament games, the girls team to Bardstown and the boys team to Central Hardin. The volleyball team, after winning their first round game of the regional tournament against LaRue County, fell to a Central Hardin team that went on to win the 5th Region tournament.