High School Sports

  • Baseball Knights win three of four

    The Marion County Knights baseball team won three of its four games last week. The Knights defeated Thomas Nelson, Campbellsville, and Green County, but fell to Adair County.
    Marion County stands at 14-8 overall. They finished second in the district with a  4-2 record. In the district tournament, Adair County is the top seed and will play Campbellsville. Marion County, the secdond seed, will play Taylor County. Days and times have not been announced.

    Marion County 13, Green County 0

  • Lady Knights clinch top seed in district softball tournament

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team played games against Campbellsville and Adair County this past week in district play, and then competed in the Jaguar Classic this past weekend at East Jessamine. The varsity team did not play Boyle County, as it was changed to a double junior varsity game Thursday night. After winning three of the five contests, the Lady Knights are 16-7 overall, 6-1 in the district, giving them the No. 1 seed in the district tournament.

  • Holt, Cassidy win conference doubles title

    The Marion County Lady Knights tennis team competed in the Heartland Conference in Campbellsville on Sunday and Monday of last week, where the doubles duo of Elyssa Holt and Madison Cassidy came away with their fifth straight title.

  • Knights win conference tennis title

    The Marion County Knights tennis team won the Heartland Conference tournament recently.
    The singles final pitted Marion County players against each other, and the tournament favorite, Alex Spalding, won singles  ttitle.  Coach Landon Williams said Spalding continues to progress and attract attention statewide.

  • Track team has pair of good showings

    The Marion County track team competed in a pair of meets last week in Bardstown and Green County. In the Bardstown, the girls finished in ninth place overall with 30.5 points and the boys team finished in sixth place with 47 points.

  • Tennis teams keep rolling on

    The Marion County High School Knights and Lady Knights tennis won four of five matches last week. The Knights defeated Central Hardin and Bethlehem, and the Lady Knights defeated Central Hardin, Bethlehem and Bardstown.
    The Knights edged the Central Hardin Bruins, 3-2. In singles, Alex Spalding defeated Tad Skaggs, 6-1, 6-1. Ryker Cassidy defeated Kevin Britt, 7-5, 6-1, and Durbin Richardson defeated Alex Norton, 6-0, 4-6 (10-7), in a super tiebreaker.  

  • Some tactics to try when hunting turkey

    Turkey season so far has been less than productive. Confounding or frustrating would be good choices in describing my efforts!
    I’m hearing birds but they’re either hanging up or just plain ignoring my efforts. Can’t quite figure out what I’m doing wrong, if anything? It just might be the birds aren’t in the mood!
    Or, it could be the technique I’m using.
    Yes, there are differing “techniques” used in turkey hunting.

  • Baseball Knights win for the road

    The Marion County Knights baseball team played two district games on the road last week. Friday’s scheduled home game against Fern Creek was cancelled due to wet field conditions.
    The Knights are 11-7 overall and 3-1 in the district.

    Marion County 10, Taylor County 8

  • Lady Knights extend winning streak to seven

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team won district home games against Campbellsville and Taylor County and road games at Washington County and Danville last week. The Lady Knights improved to 13-5 overall and 4-0 in the district.

  • Divine signs with UK Track and Field

    Brooks Divine signed his national letter of intent on March 29, with the University of Kentucky track and field team. Brooks is pictured with his parents Steve and Lee Ann Divine, along with Marion County High School Athletic Director Robby Peterson, Coach James O’Hare, and Principal Stacey Hall.