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High School Sports

  • Knights open season at Taylor County

    The Marion County Knights golfers went into their season swinging by playing in the Taylor County Invitational on Aug. 2. The Knights came in 13th out of 19 teams.

    “For our first event out at a pretty tough course, we played OK,” Knights Coach Chad Spalding said. “But I would say not to expectations.”

  • MCHS season passes are for sale

     Knights and Lady Knights fans can purchase season passes for the fall sports at Marion County High School.

    A pass for football is $20. A soccer pass (which includes boys and girls matches) is $25, and a volleyball pass is $20.

    A pass for all fall sports is $75. 

    Passes are not valid at district and regional tournament contests.

  • Beat the heat!

    With summer in full force, being outdoors means warm weather, fun and exercise. 

    But getting outside and breaking a sweat also means those dedicated to exercise should be extra cautious in the heat. Not only can warmer temperatures be uncomfortable, they can also be downright dangerous. 

  • Knights split soccer scrimmages

     The Marion County Knights soccer team swung back into action over the weekend to scrimmage in the Bluegrass State Games. 

    The Knights played in two games on July 26. After falling 2-0 against the Grant County Braves, the Knights dusted themselves off and went on to defeat the University Heights Blazers, 2-0. 

    Freshman Colby Hood fired in the Knights’ first goal while sophomore Alan Guzman knocked in their second on an assist from senior Ryker Cassidy. 

  • Lady Knights begin practicing
  • Marion County cheerleaders attend UK camp

     Marion County High School Cheerleaders attended UK Dance Camp on July 18.

  • Taking charge: MCHS names two new coaches

    The spring semester proved to be one of trial and tribulation for Marion County High School’s athletic program.

    With victories and defeats aside, a couple teams lost their top leaders while a whole new team was formed and will soon be underway. 

    The  Lady Knights softball team and Marion County’s swim team each lost their coaches recently. 

  • New coach ready to cast off

    After nearly a year of turbulent times, Marion County High School’s bass fishing team is finally coming into fruition. A coach has been recommended for the job, and all that is left is to have him be approved by the MCHS Site-Based Decision Making council later this month. 

    His name is Jason Spalding, and he’s been fishing since he was old enough to hold a rod and crank a reel. 

  • Catching UP with ... Billy Grant

    Billy Grant was the 2008 Marion County High School graduate and 2008 Male Athlete of the Year.

    • Played baseball at the University of the Cumber-lands.

    • Was a midweek starting pitcher during his freshman year.

    • Injuries plagued his sophomore season, came back to the team as a reliever. By the time he fully recovered, it was time for him to graduate.

  • Cheerleading camp

     The Marion County High School cheerleaders are working hard this summer to prepare for the upcoming season. They recently participated in a stunt clinic with former UK cheerleader Corey Brown. The cheerleaders are also doing yoga with Jennifer Lawson and cardio with Autria Calhoun each week.