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High School Sports

  • Leading by example

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Marion County doubles the fun

    The Marion County Knights and Lady Knights both defeated their counterparts from Campbellsville in a Jan. 3 doubleheader.
    The Lady Knights (5-7) wasted no time in crushing the Lady Eagles, 67-17.
    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said he and the team were very confident going into the game against the Lady Eagles (1-9) but because they are not as strong as they have been in the past, they could not afford to take the night off.

  • Holiday hoops a mixed bag

     On Dec 23, the Marion County Knights marched out of the Warren East Classic victorious when they narrowly defeated the North Oldham Mustangs, 73-68.

    Junior guard Anton Cowherd and senior guard Latrelle Irvin both had double doubles for the Knights (9-3) in the win.

    Irvin scored 22 points, including 10 free throws, and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Cowherd contributed 20 points and 11 rebounds.

    Alex Smith chipped in 10 points for Marion County.

  • Knights slay Dragons in overtime

    Marion County had mixed resulted on Dec. 17 when both the Knights and Lady Knights took on the Green County Dragons in a double header.

    While the Knights (5-3) ended the evening by defeating the Dragons (2-4), 91-83 in overtime, the Lady Knights (3-4) fell to Green County (4-1), 61-58.

    After trailing in the first quarter 15-14, the Lady Knights took the lead in the second.

  • Marion County Holiday Classic is this week

    The Marion County Knights will host the Marion County Holiday Classic this week.

    The games will take place on Dec. 26, 27 and 29.

    Knights Coach Montrelle Irvin said he was excited to get the classic underway, especially because it has been several years since Marion County has hosted a holiday event.

  • Marion County football team presents 2013 season awards

     The Marion County Knights football team held its annual awards banquet on Dec. 18. The Knights, who went 4-7 for the season, received awards for athletics and academics. 

    Season titles and letterman awards were also received by individual players for their achievements.

     

    Athletic Awards

    Most Defensive Points: Dakota Newcomb

  • Marion County sweeps contests with Adair County

    By Will Phillips and Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondents

    Tensions were high as the Marion County Knights and Lady Knights opened district play by hosting the Adair County Indians and Lady Indians. Both the Knights (3-1) and Lady Knights (2-0) would taste victory after defeating their opponents 59-49 and 70-63, respectively.

    Both wins were hard earned. 

  • Marion County teams lose two

    Both the Marion County Knights and Lady Knights tasted defeat on the road over the weekend.

    On Dec. 14, the Lady Knights (2-1) were hosted by the Pleasure Ridge Park Lady Panthers (3-0) in the Dixie Highway Shootout. Unfortunately, the Lady Knights were overcome by the Lady Panthers, 60-54.

  • Volleyball academic award winners

    The Marion County volleyball student-athletes pictured were recognized for academic excellence awards for maintaining a 3.2 GPA and higher. The awards were presented during the volleyball banquet Dec. 4. Front Row (from left): Maggie Blandford, Shelby Mattingly, Morgan Mattingly, Alyssa McCray, Abby Miles, Madeline Sandusky, and Lydia Fogle. Back row:  Kaitlyn Rollins, Maddie Hagan, Kelly Overstreet, Shelby Goode, Sarah Abell, Kelsey Maupin, Paige Buckman, Alexis Calhoun, Aubrey Logan, and Abby Murphy.

  • Knights soar past Hawks

    By Nick Schrager and Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondents