.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

High School Sports

  • Border War: Knights win thriller against Commanders

    On Friday, Oct. 28, reality ceased to exist.
    What was once thought to be impossible was now possible.
    The game is over.
    The season is over.
    The losing streak is over.
    It tastes so sweet for the Knights.
    The Marion County Knights overcame deficits of 21-0 and 34-21 and snuffed out a two-point conversion attempt with 2:56 left to win 41-40 in a wild, frenetic classic against the Washington County Commanders Friday night at John J. Boswell Field.

  • Lady Knights’ volleyball season ends, future looks promising

    Five kills and four kills from Mary Ann May was not enough to power the Marion County Lady Knights to a victory against the Elizabethtown Panthers on Oct. 24 in the Fifth Region Tournament. The Lady Knights (15-21) fell in three sets (18-25, 15-25, 12-25).
    The loss ended the Lady Knights' season.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights win district championship

    The Knights were here last year. Same team. Same field. Same things at stake.
    Different result this time, as the Knights left their home field for the final time this season in triumphant fashion.
    The Knights avenged a 2-1 loss in last year's district championship against the Taylor County Cardinals with a 2-0 win Thursday night against the Cardinals to take home the district championship for the first time since 2013.

  • CROSS COUNTRY: Knights compete at Heartland Conference

    The Marion County High School cross country teams hit the road for the Heartland Conference meet on Oct. 13, finishing third overall.
    "The team overall has improved significantly even though overall times were slow for the 5K. I am very proud of them," Head Coach Sherbie King said.
    In the boys' 2600-meter run, Harry VanWhy finished with a time of 11:24.

  • FOOTBALL: Jaguars push past Knights

    Trey Downs found an opening, shot through it, and 79 yards later, crossed the goal line to give the Knights a 24-21 lead against the East Jessamine Jaguars in the third quarter.
    Then the Jaguars outscored the Knights 19-6 to hand the Knights a 41-30 loss on John J. Boswell Friday night.
    "I am very happy with the team," Knights Head Coach Allen Harmon said."We came out and played physical. I challenged the boys to come out with physicality and intensity. We did that.”

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights season ends at district

    The Marion County Lady Knights' season ended on Oct. 12 with a 3-0 loss against the Taylor County Cardinals in the opening round of the district tournament.
    "We weren't able to generate anything offensively. Credit to Taylor County's defense," Lady Knights Head Coach Daniel Johnson said.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights shift focus to district

    With only three games left before the start of the district tournament in Adair County, the Marion County Lady Knights looked to put a few wins in the win column, but could only muster one win in three matches.
    The Lady Knights had a tall order against the Central Hardin Lady Bruins, ranked No. 20 in the state, on Oct. 10. The Lady Knights fell in three sets (10-25, 16-25, 16-25).

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights win on senior night

    The Marion County Knights dug deep and found some more magic on the most magical of nights.
    The Knights won 4-2 against the Frankfort Panthers Tuesday, Oct. 4, on senior night behind two key goals from senior Alan Guzman, one of 10 seniors honored before the game.
    Knights Head Coach Greg Conley said he was proud of his seniors and the way they played in their final regular season home game. He was also pleased with his whole team's performance.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights defeat Lady Eagles

    The Marion County Lady Knights defeated the Fort Knox Lady Eagles 4-0 on Oct. 3 to record their third win of the season.
    "It was a good confidence boost," Lady Knights Head Coach Daniel Johnson said. "It was good for my players to see they actually improved instead of me telling them in practice how much they have improved."

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights knock off Generals

    Lady Knights Head Coach David Hibbard said his team had been working to perform when the pressure was on. Perhaps that work paid off, as the Lady Knights won two straight close sets to defeat the Thomas Nelson Generals, 25-16, 25-23, 26-24, at the Roby Dome on Oct. 3.
    "This was one of the most consistently solid performances of the season," Hibbard said. "We played at the same level for three straight sets, which is something we have been working very hard to do. Our offense clicked very well with us," Hibbard said.