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Today's Sports

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights clinch No....

    The Knights and the Taylor County Cardinals spent 80 minutes of regulation, 10 minutes of overtime, and 13 penalty kicks trading blows.
    Blake Thompson settled the duel on the 13th penalty kick of the night, as his shot propelled the Knights to a 3-2 win over the Taylor County Cardinals on Sept. 22 and made them the No. 1 one seed in district tournament.

  • FOOTBALL: Mistakes send Knights...

    Mistakes once again plagued the Marion County Knights in their 43-6 loss to the Mercer County Titans in the Horns Home Improvement Game on Sept. 23.
    "I was disappointed in regards to the lack of physicality," Knights Head Coach Allen Harmon said. “We weren't able to match Mercer County's physicality on defense as well. Mercer County did a good job at being physical."

  • The Game Plan - Sept. 28, 2016

    Sept. 29
    BOYS SOCCER
    Knights vs. E'town

    GIRLS SOCCER
    Lady Knights at Breckinridge Co.

    Sept. 30
    FOOTBALL
    Knights at West Jessamine

    Oct. 1
    BOYS SOCCER
    Knights at Nelson Co.

    Oct. 3
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Lady Knights at Ft. Knox

    VOLLEYBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Thomas Nelson

    Oct. 4
    BOYS SOCCER

  • It's over

    Circumstances change given enough time.
    If you were the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, it may have taken you 11 years for the circumstances to change.
    Tennessee defeated the Florida Gators 38-28, which ended the Gators' 11-game winning streak against the Vols. Finally, after 11 years of agonizing defeats, Tennessee got over the hump. Tennessee won, and can now celebrate that the streak is over.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights fall...

    The Marion County Lady Knights fell to the Taylor County Lady Cardinals 3-0 on Sept. 21. It was the Lady Knights' final district game of the regular season.
    "We were only down 2-0 at the half and I feel we played well," Lady Knights Head Coach Daniel Johnson said. "I moved Taylor Simpson up top to get the offense going and to also show Taylor County something new."

  • GOLF: Knights record three wins...

    The Marion County Knights began the week against the Washington County Commanders on Sept. 2 and posted a 162-177 win. Junior Houston Raikes led the Knights with a 39 while Bryce Spalding, Ethan Spalding and Trent Farmer each posted a 41.
    The Knights also won against the Campbellsville Eagles on Sept. 21, 169-212. Bryce Spalding led the Knights with a 40, while Ethan Spalding posted a 41. Jon Connor Ross posted a 43, Houston Raikes posted a 45, and Trent Farmer posted a 47.

  • Marion County Youth Basketball...

    You can mail the registration form and check to:

    Troy Thompson
    P.O. Box 668
    Lebanon, KY 40033

    Or, turn in the registration form at sign-ups. The final day of sign-ups is Sept. 30 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Lebanon Elementary School. The deadline to register is Oct. 8.
     

  • Marion County Middle

    Pictured in Marion Middle School football player Jake Medley (St. Charles Middle School) facing off against a St. Dominic player last week during conference tournament play. St. D defeated Marion Middle to move onto the finals.
     

  • WOODS AND WATERS: Nothin’ goin’...

    There I stood, anticipating the 2016 season. I’d gotten some new stuff over the summer and was thinking, “Maybe this would be the season.”
    So there I was, patiently waiting … who am I kidding … I was anxious! You don’t practice all summer gettin’ ready’ and not be excited when the time comes! Course ‘I’ don’t practice very much!

  • Vaught’s Views: Epps is typical...

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky football fans have been some of the most loyal fans in the country. Not saying it is easy to be a Kentucky basketball fan, but it is. The basketball team wins and competes for national championships. The football team … well losing seasons are far too common.
    Many fans failed to renew their season tickets this year. Many are already indicating barring a miraculous finish to the season, they will join the non-renew group next year.