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High School Sports

  • Murphy signs with Campbellsville University

     Abby Murphy has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Campbellsville University. Murphy was joined by her parents, Hannah and Byron Jones, and her grandmother, Nancy Bliss. Standing with her, from left, are Marion County Athletics Director Robby Peterson, assistant volleyball coach Jordan Reinle, Lady Knights Volleyball Coach Dave Hibbard, assistant coach Kelly Cowan, and MCHS Principal Mike Abell.

  • Calhoun signs with Berea College

     Alexus Calhoun signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Berea College. Calhous is pictured with her mother, Autria Calhoun, her father, David Hazelwood. Standing behind them are Lady Knight Coach Anthony Epps (left) and assistant coach Robert “Boobie” Spalding. Kenny Mills, who assisted with Lady Knights this season, is not pictured.

  • JV softball ends season with win

     The Marion County High School junior varsity softball team finished its season with a 4-1 victory over Washington County on May 16.  

    Allison Maupin struck out four, and Kelly Overstreet had an RBI and two runs for Marion County.  

    The Lady Knights finished the season with a 22-4-1 junior varsity record, winning 22 of their last 23 games. This included four victories in one day to become the champion of the Pulaski County Invitational Tournament in April.  

  • Volleyball camp is June 9-11 at MCHS

     Marion County High School is hosting a volleyball camp for players entering grades six through 12 in the fall. The camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Wednesday, June 9 through June 11, in the Robey Dome. The three-day camp will focus in basic volleyball skills, including passing, setting, hitting, serving, offense and defense. 

  • Marion County sending eight to state
  • Spalding’s state run ends in first round

     You win some and you lose some. 

    Unfortunately, Marion County High School junior Alex Spalding was defeated by St. Francis’ junior Jamie Anderson in the first round of the boys state tennis tournament on May 15. He fell in a tiebreaker that came down to a couple of points and calls by a KHSAA official.

    MCHS Tennis Coach Landon Williams said he hates to see matches come down to calls regardless of what the call was.

  • Lady Knights close softball season with a win

    A heightened battle quickly turned into a series of slow blows as the Marion County Lady Knights destroyed the Washington County Commanderettes, 12-3, in seven innings on May 16. 

    It would be the Lady Knights only game of the week and their last game of the regular season. Lady Knights Head Coach Todd Spalding was happy about their performance. 

    “We hit the ball very well,” Spalding said. “We had 15 hits and four home runs. We hit some bombs.”

  • Knights fall to Boyle County

     The Knights fell 4-0 against the Boyle County Rebels in their final game of the regular season on May 13.

    The Knights (10-16) managed only two hits against the foe. 

    The Rebels (14-16) took the lead in the first with three runs and another in the third.

  • Knights win regional tennis championship

    Marion County High School came out as number one in the regionals on May 7.

    Alex Spalding, the top seed in the tournament, took the region singles championship by defeating the second seed, Tyler Edlin of John Hardin, 7-5, 6-4. 

    Spalding’s victory also meant Marion County and John Hardin finished tied with nine points each in the regional team competition.

    In a playoff match, Marion County won the team championship.

  • Lady Knights top Adair, LaRue counties

    The Marion County Lady Knights fought tooth and nail to win two of their four games last week.

    After falling in their first game against the Central Hardin Lady Bruins, the Lady Knights (15-8) took two victories against the Adair County Lady Indians and The LaRue County Lady Hawks. They would seal their week of play with a loss against the Green County Dragons.