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Today's Sports

  • Lady Knights split opening...

    The Marion County Lady Knights opened their tennis season March 11 by scratching out a victory over the visiting Washington County Lady Commanderettes, 5-4.

    According to Marion County Coach Landon Williams, the Lady Knights built a 4-2 lead in singles behind strong efforts by Alyssa Farmer (6-0, 6-0) and Allie Evans (6-0, 6-3).

    Evans and Jeni Hall provided Marion County with the decisive point by winning their doubles match, 7-6 (3), 6-1.

  • Getting in shape

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

  • Aquaknights look to replace...

     By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent 

    The Marion County Aquaknights lose four seniors, Lindsey Buckman, Leah Mudd, Bethany Spalding, and Heather Williams, but they are losing more than just four swimmers, according to Coach Katie Kelien.

    “We were so lucky to have such a strong senior presence on the team.” Kelien said. 

  • Basketball: Lady Knights look to...

    By Casey Sowers

     

    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Lady Knights ended their season in the Fifth Region touranament at North Hardin High School by losing the Green County Lady Dragons, 60-50. They ended their season 13-15. 

  • Bass fishermen seek, find a lake...

     Sunday, the Central Kentucky Bass Club held the first tournament of the 2015 season. Originally, the tournament was scheduled to be held on Spurlington Lake in Taylor County.

    But access to launch anything at Spurlington was limited at best. That coupled with the chocolate colored water, which had the consistency of a milk shake, pretty much eliminated the lake for now.

  • Sports Briefs, March 18

    British soccer camp in Campbellsville June 1-5

    Challenger Sports has been invited to hold one of its “British Soccer Camps” June 1-5 in Campbellsville.

    Campbellsville Youth Soccer is hosting the “British Soccer Camp” at Paul Osborne Recreation Center, Campbellsville Youth Soccer Fields, 2020 Old Hodgenville Road, Campbellsville, KY 42718.

  • Game plan, March 18

     March 18

    TENNIS

  • Lady Knights fall in region

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Knights look to regroup and...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • 20 years and just as ‘Young’ as...

    It’s March 2015. Now to most that doesn’t mean much, but to me it’s sort of special in that it makes 20 years I’ve written this column for the Enterprise.
    That’s 1,040 weeks ... minus a few when I had heart surgery and those pesky “early deadline” times I missed.
    Anyway, the way I figure it, at around 1,000 words per column, it works out to about one million words. Note: The number of words that reflected actual truth is questionable!