High School Sports

  • Marion County improves to 4-1

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent 

    The Marion County Lady Knights went up against the Washington County Commanderettes and the Green County Dragons in two games last week.

    On Sept. 3, the Lady Knights defeated the host Commanderettes after a grueling five set game (25-23, 25-17, 16-25, 18-25, 15-13). 

  • Football Knights fall to Tigers by 14

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    The Bardstown Tigers defeated the visiting Marion County Knights on Friday night, 45-31. 

    Knights Coach Jeff Robbins thought his team made too many mental mistakes during the game.

    “[There] were too many blown assignments defensively and [we] just didn’t execute offensively,” Robbins said.

  • Knights split golf matches

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    The Marion County Knights played against the Nelson County Tigers and Bethlehem Eagles a pair of matches last week. 

    The Knights put away the Tigers on their home turf when they shot a 180 to the Tigers 201 Sept. 3.

  • New coach for CKTS

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    The Central Kentucky Tiger Sharks have a new coach, Lindsey Pfoff.
    Pfoff, who swam for Asbury University, has coached for West and East Jessamine high schools and St. Catharine College. She has also worked under Olympic swim coach Nick Baker.
    She plans to bring this experience to CKTS and has a lot planned for the team this year.
    “I want to focus on the kids’ goals in swimming. I want to coach them individually,” Pfoff said.

  • Rain spoils Pigskin Classic

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    The Marion County Knights hosted the Bell County Bobcats in the Heart of the Pigskin Classic on Saturday.
    In what was supposed to be the first game in a double-header, the Knights lost 17-10 after the game was called due to rain and lightning with 6:03 left in the third quarter.

  • Lady Knights still looking for first win

    The Marion County Lady Knights lost 2-0 to the Garrard County Lady Lions and 12-2 to the Thomas Nelson Generals last week.
    Lady Knights Coach Devin Johnson said his team did not play to his expectations against the Lady Lions.
    "The first half of the game they played the way they wanted to play, not the way I asked them to play," Coach Johnson said. 
    The Lions (4-0) scored both goals during the first half of the game.

  • Lady Knights fall to Banshees

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    The Marion County Lady Knights lost to the Bethlehem Banshees, 25-23, 25-16, 25-21.
    “We played well at times tonight, we just did not maintain any consistency,” Lady Knights Coach David Hibbard said.
    According to him, the Lady Knights (2-1) did not handle the pressure that the Banshees (2-0) brought with them in the Aug. 27 match.

  • Lady Knights drop first three

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Season tickets available for fall sports

    The fall season ticket prices for Marion County High School Sports are as follows:
    - Football, $20
    - Soccer, $30
    - Volleyball, $30
    - All Sport Passes $100
     These can be purchased at the Marion County High School office.

  • Knights take eighth in Bulldog Classic

    The Marion County Knights tied for eighth place with Greenup County in the Bulldog Classic over the weekend. Knights golfer Logan Medley however, tied for second place as an individual during championship, falling short by just three strokes from tieing with first place winner Beck Stodghill of DuPont Manual with a score of 71.
    “[I’m] very proud of Logan,” Knights Coach Chad Spalding said in an email.
    The Knights total score for The Bulldog Classic was 334 and they fell behind Butler by just one stroke.