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High School Sports

  • Baseball Knights earn awards

    The Marion County Knights baseball team held its annual awards banquet Saturday, where several players were honored for their contributions both on and off the field.
    Seven players earned Academic All-State honors, including Michael Costello, Joey Costello, Joe Ben Curtis, Brady Spalding, John Mike Mattingly, Robbie Spalding and Daniel Maupin. Knights receiving Academic All-State Honorable Mention included Justin Lark, Levi Haydon, Alex Gordon, Anthony Bradshaw and Jarad Bradshaw.

  • Baseball Knights season ended early

    With a team featuring six seniors, expectations were high for the Marion County Knights baseball team. The Knights did manage to win 18 games, but lost 13 and fell in a heartbreaker in the opening round of the district tournament to Taylor County 8-5 in extra innings.
    The season started March 19 with a loss to Nelson County. A loss to Danville followed, and then the Knights picked up a pair of wins to even their record at 2-2. The roller coaster ride continued for the Knights as they went 3-4 over their next seven games.

  • Lady Knights endured ups and downs during season

    In a season that featured an eight-game winning streak and never more than a two-game losing streak, the Marion County Lady Knights’ softball season featured its share of ups and downs. Overall, the team finished the season with a record of 23-11, and was eliminated in the opening round of the regional tournament by Central Hardin with a 2-0 loss on May 27.  Central Hardin went on to win the regional tournament and advance to the state tournament, and the Lady Bruins did not allow a single run over the three-game regional.

  • Short stay

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team traveled to Nelson County High School to compete in the 5th Region Tournament May 27. The Lady Knights made it to the regional tournament after winning their first round district game against Campbellsville. Marion County drew Central Hardin, and played the Lady Bruins on Memorial Day.

  • Lady Knights preparing for all-star contests

    Four Lady Knights will participate in a series of all-star games in the coming weeks.
    Alexus Calhoun will play for the Kentucky Junior All-Stars when they face the Indiana Junior All-Stars.
    The first game between the junior all-star squad will be held at 5 p.m. Friday, June 7, at Greenfield Central High School in Greenfield, Ind.
    The junior all-stars will play again at 5 p.m., Saturday, June 8, at St. Xavier High School in Louisville.

  • Spalding stepping down as Marion County baseball coach

    Recently, Marion County High School Head baseball coach Chad Spalding submitted his resignation from coaching baseball effective June 30, 2013.  Spalding will remain the head coach of the golf team.  In a letter of resignation submitted to the Enterprise, Spalding stated that he felt his 17 years as coach of the baseball Knights were successful and that some of the moments he experienced while coaching are some of the most memorable in his lifetime.
    Spalding’s full letter reads:

  • Knights fall in district opener

    The Marion County Knights baseball team competed in the 20th District Tournament last week in Adair County. The team was scheduled to play on May 21, but due to rain on Tuesday and Wednesday, the first round game for Marion County was held Thursday night. The Knights played the Taylor County Cardinals in Adair County at the Lindsey Wilson College baseball field. Marion County could not produce enough runs in the game, however, and fell to Taylor County 8-5 in eight innings of play, spoiling their chance to advance to the 5th Region Tournament.

  • Tongue signs with Pikeville University

    Marion County Lady Knight Patrice Tonge signed to play college basketball at the University of Pikeville recently. Pictured are, front row from left, Tony Tonge, Patrice Tonge and Gayle Bell; back row from left, are Lady Knights Assistant Coach Anthony Epps, MCHS Athletic Director Robby Peterson, Anthony Tonge, Pikeville Head Coach Joanna McNamee, Lady Knights Head Coach Trent Milby, Patty Bell, MCHS Principal Stacey Hall and Pikeville Assistant Coach Erica Webb.
     

  • Lady Knights finish second in district

    The Marion County Lady Knights varsity softball team competed in the 20th District Tournament last week, playing their first round game on Mya 20 at Campbellsville.
    After defeating Camp-bellsville, 14-2, the Lady Knights advanced to the district championship game against Taylor County, which was played Wednesday night. Marion County lost to Taylor County 4-0, becoming the district runner-ups. The games were played at the Lindsey Wilson College softball field as Adair County hosted the tournament.

  • First Lady Knights softball camp

    The first Marion County Lady Knights softball camp will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 17-19 at the MCHS softball field.
    During the camp, players will learn batting, fielding, pitching, catching and team skills.
    The third day of the camp, June 19, is for pitchers and catchers only.
    The fee for the camp is $35 per player. A sack lunch and t-shirt is included.
    Anyone interested in participating should reply to Coach Todd Spalding at toddspaldinglaw@hotmail.com no later than June 15.