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  • Lady Knights to face Nelson and...

    Even though Marion County’s 10-game win streak ended on Friday in a 2-1 loss to North Hardin, the Lady Knights are proving they can make some noise within the Fifth Region. Marion County is currently 10-3, giving them the second best win percentage in the region behind Green County (11-3). Hart County (9-3) is third while Central Hardin (14-6) is fourth.

  • Knights look to extend winning...

    The Marion County Knights felt good snapping a five-game skid on Thursday in Columbia. They felt really good after two wins in Shepherdsville to get them on a three-game winning streak.

    “They are starting to realize their true potential and if we can maintain that and build upon that, we can be very successful,” Marion County Head Coach Patrick Campbell said.

  • Thrilling moments

    There are two sides to every game: the winning side and the losing side. No two wins - or two losses - are the same. Some are blowouts, with the outcome decided long before the game’s end. Others are closely contested contests, with the outcome hanging in the balance for most of the game.

  • Fans will like energy that...

    Rivals.com basketball recruiting writer Krysten Peek believes that Georgia five-star guard Ashton Hagans has one quality Kentucky fans are going to really like.

    “One thing that definitely stands out to me is Ashton doesn't take games off. He plays hard all the time and kind of reminds me of (Alabama point guard) Collin Sexton that way,” Peek said. “He just loves the game and wants to win every time he steps on the court. 

  • BASEBALL: Knights traveling to...

    Early on in 2018, the Marion County Knights have fallen on some difficult times.
    After starting off 2-0, Marion County has gone 1-7 since then, dropping their record to 3-7. Marion County’s only win in that span was against Taylor County, 5-2, in the opening game of the series against the Cardinals last week. Four of the Knights’ losses this season came against stout competition at Dodgertown in Florida.

  • Olivia Ford Invitational is...

    Four Little League teams from Marion County and four from Nelson County will battle each other in The Olivia Ford Invitational this Saturday, April 21, at Graham Memorial Park. Start times for games are set for 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

  • The Game Plan - April 18, 2018

    April 19
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Adair Co. (Away), 6 p.m. Eastern
     
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Bethlehem (Home), 6 p.m.
     
    TENNIS
    Knights vs. Central Hardin (Away)
     
    April 20
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. North Hardin (Home), 6 p.m.
     
    TENNIS
    Knights vs. Casey Co. (Away)
     
    TRACK AND FIELD
    Eastern Relays (at UofL)
     
    April 21
    BASEBALL

  • Never too late

    Andre Ingram had been in the NBA’s G-League for more than a decade, clinching the league record for most three-pointers made. He traveled by bus to games, staying in affordable hotel rooms on a meager salary.
    After a decade of G-League time - where he also tutored students in math on the side - Ingram finally got the call to go to the pros, suiting up for the Los Angeles back on April 10 in his first ever NBA game. As Ingram waited at the scorer’s table to get into the game, Chris Paul, six months older than Ingram, greeted him.

  • SOFTBALL: Red hot Lady Knights...

    Haley Mattingly had three perfect games last season. This season she’s already got two.
    Mattingly struck out 27 batters last week and didn’t give up a single earned run. She did not pitch against Danville on April 12, getting a day to rest. She notched perfect games against Adair County and Elizabethtown.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Knights and...

    The Marion County boys and girls track teams both finished fifth at the Thomas Nelson All-Comers Meet on April 10. The boys tallied a total of 50 points while the girls put up 37. Bardstown won both the boys and girls sides in the meet, with 140 points in the girls division and 186 in the boys.
    “It was first meet after spring break. Kids were glad to get out and compete again. It was several kids’ first meet of the season,” Marion County Coach Daniel Johnson said.