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High School Sports

  • Lady Knights ready to begin soccer season

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Lebanon golfer helps BHS team to win

    The Bethlehem High School Eagles golf team started the year off with the second annual Lee’s Famous Recipe Kickin’ Chicken Tournament on Monday, July 29. Participating in the tournament were teams from Bardstown High School, Bethlehem High School, Nelson County High School and Thomas Nelson High School. For the second year in a row, Bethlehem has taken home the traveling trophy, winning the competition by 29 strokes. Pictured are Corey Robinson, Henry Smith (of Lebanon), J.T. Smith, Daniel Steele and Will Schlosser.

     

  • KORT offers concussion testing

    Beginning Aug. 1, KORT will offer concussion baseline testing prior to injury for just $5. When a student athlete is injured his or her physician can use this initial base line cognitive test as a comparison to help aid in determining the athlete’s readiness to return to play. The test takes about 20 minutes and measures multiple cognitive functions including: attention span, working memory, reaction time and non-verbal problem solving.
    To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-645-KORT or visit the web site at www.KORT.com.

  • Understanding sports concussions seminar
  • High school volleyball tryouts are July 15

    Tryouts for the Marion County High School volleyball team will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, July 15, at MCHS.
    Athletes must have a complete physical.
    Anyone with questions can contact Coach David Hibbard at david.hibbard@marion.kyschools.us.
     

  • Understanding sports concussions

    The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky, along with Bob O’Daniel, will host an event entitled, “Understanding sports concussions” at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 25, at Angelic Hall in Lebanon. The event will help those attending to identify symptoms consistent with a concussion and how to properly treat the athlete who has signs of a concussion.

  • New challenge for new coach

    By Dennis George

    Sports correspondent

    Before he was named the new baseball coach at Marion County High School, Patrick Campbell had a nonchalant attitude about interest in the position when he spoke to his father Eugene.

    But that changed when the 2003 MCHS graduate was selected to head the program after the resignation of Chad Spalding.

  • Kentucky girls split with Indiana

    Kentucky’s high school all-stars got off to a good start in their annual series with Indiana, thanks to the contributions of a trio of Lady Knights.

    Indiana’s girls had a clear size advantage, but Kentucky forced 27 turnovers en route to an 84-78 victory Friday night at Freedom Hall. Indiana earned a split, however, winning Saturday’s game in Indianapolis, 100-86.

  • Athletics physical exams for $10 on June 13

    Official Kentucky High School Athletic Association Physical exams for Marion County athletes in seventh through the 10th grades will be offered for only $10 on June 13. The exams are being offered by Marion County Community Education and KORT Physical Therapy.

  • Kentucky senior all-stars beat juniors by 32

    The Kentucky Junior All-Stars landed the first blow against the Kentucky Senior All-Stars in a girls basketball exhibition Monday night at Marion County High School.
    But it was the senior all-stars who won by technical knockout, 94-62.
    China Dow of Christian Academy set the pace for the seniors with 30 points, but Marion County’s Makayla Epps helped put the game away with 25 points. Epps, this year’s Miss Basketball, scored 21 points, including five three-pointers, in the second half.