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High School Sports

  • Boys travel to Nelson County

    On Friday night, the Marion County boys basketball team will travel to Nelson County to face the Cardinals with JV action beginning at 6 p.m. and varsity action immediately after.
    Earlier this season the Knights defeated the Cardinals in a close game at home on Jan. 4.

  • Girls fall to #1 team

    Saturday night, the Marion County Lady Knights varsity girls’ basketball team traveled to Mercy Academy to play the DuPont Manual Lady Crimsons in the RAATZ Fence Classic. Marion County was able to keep pace with Manual in the early going, but the Lady Crimsons showed why they are the No. 1 ranked team in Kentucky, defeating the Lady Knights by a score of 56-45.

  • Boys hang on in thriller

    Friday night, the Marion County varsity boys basketball team made the trip to Campbellsville to face the Eagles in their second battle of the season. After a hard fought game in which neither team led by more than nine points, the Knights held on at the end and came away with a 41-39 victory. This was the first district road win since February of 2008.  

  • Lady Knights cruise to a 20-point win

    Saturday night the Marion County Lady Knights varsity girls basketball team was in action taking on the Ballard Lady Bruins in the final game of the 2011 Autism Awareness Classic at the Roby Dome. The Lady Knights seized control, mainly because of multiple turnovers by Ballard, and never showed any signs of weakness as they cruised to a 58-38 victory.  

  • Marion County Lady Knights pound Central Hardin Lady Bruins

    The Marion County Lady Knights varsity girls basketball team traveled to Cecilia to take on the Central Hardin Lady Bruins Monday of last week. Despite being off of their home court, the Lady Knights put on a show, scoring a season high 91 points and defeating the Lady Bruins by a final score of 91-41. Junior Bre Elder led all scorers in the game with 31 points. Only one other time this season has a Lady Knight scored more than 30 points in a game.

  • Knights lose nail-biter to Bruins

    The Marion County Knights varsity boys basketball team played the Central Hardin Bruins on Monday of last week in Cecilia. After being down by four at halftime, the Knights fought back but eventually fell short to the Bruins, losing the game by a final score of 52-51 to take their overall record to 6-6 for the season.  Junior Carlos Litsey led the Knights with 17 points and seven rebounds and senior Josh Brockman finished with 16 points, making some big shots down the stretch to keep the Knights so close in the game.

  • Upcoming games

  • Four games scheduled

    Campbellsville is the host team when the Knights hit the road Friday night.  Junior varsity action will begin at 6 p.m. with varsity action to follow.  Previously this season, the Knights defeated Campbellsville when the Eagles visited Marion County on Dec. 17 with a 57-47 victory. This was the first defeat of the Eagles by the Knights since January of 2008 when Marion County edged out a one-point victory.  

  • Lady Knights win by 25

    The Marion County varsity girls basketball team took on the Wanneroo Wolves, an Australian travel team, Friday night of last week at the Roby Dome. The Lady Knights were in control throughout the entire game, and went on to defeat the Australian team by a final score of 59-34. Junior Bre Elder led all scorers with 17 points.

  • Knights defeat Australian team

    On Friday, the Marion County varsity boys basketball team played the Wanneroo Wolves, an Australian travel team, at the Roby Dome. After a close first quarter, the locals pulled away to pick up their sixth win of the season, defeating the Wolves by a final score of 76-54.
    In the first quarter, the two teams were evenly matched through the first five minutes. The Wanneroo Wolves held a 7-6 lead with 4:58 remaining, which was their last lead of the game. The Knights finished the opening quarter on a 5-0 run to lead 11-7 at the end of the period.