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Today's Sports

  • Trying something new

    Change.
    Such a thing scares many people. It’s new and in many cases uncomfortable. Quite frankly, change can be scary. What can I expect? How will this benefit me? What might the challenges be? All these questions, uncertainties and doubts as to the benefits can creep into one’s mind, making change seem like such a daunting and overwhelming step to take.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights’...

    The Lady Knights’ hot hand has been cooled off a bit.
    Marion County’s five-game winning streak - the first since 2003 - came to an end in a 2-1 loss to the Fort Knox Lady Eagles on Oct. 2. It was the second meeting between these two teams. Fort Knox also won the first meeting, 4-1, in August.

  • GOLF: Spalding shoots 83 at...

    Ethan Spalding shot an 83 at the state tournament on Oct. 3 at the Bowling Green Country Club.
    “Overall, it was an awesome experience not only for myself but for Ethan,” Marion County Head Coach Joey Reed said. “I feel like Ethan held his emotions in check really well. He didn't seem nervous or too excited. He played well I thought. Had a couple of bad breaks but didn't let those faze him at all.”
    The cut to make it past day one was 77. Spalding missed the cut.

  • Vaught’s Views: UK receiver...

    By Larry Vaught

    He might not be playing, but receiver Dorian Baker has not been forgotten by Kentucky receivers coach Lamar Thomas.
    Baker suffered a fracture/dislocation in his left ankle during a preseason scrimmage in August. He originally hoped rehab would help him get back on the field this season but he understood he likely would miss the entire season, something coach Mark Stoops confirmed last week.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights finding...

    The Marion County Lady Knights are well-improved after playing in the Fillie Fall Fling in Cynthiana on Saturday, according to Head Coach David Hibbard.

  • Marion County teen competed in...

    A Marion County teen traveled more than 9,000 miles to compete in an ATV Motorcross National Series.

    Bryce Duvall, son of Chris and Sherri Duvall of Raywick, raced at tracks this year in Alabama, Michigan, Tennessee, New York, Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana.

    He was able to bring home the National Championship in the 125cc class. Along his journey, he has met many friends to add to his close net racing family.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Taylor County...

    The top seed was on the line.
    After 80 minutes and two overtimes, Taylor County came out on top. With the game tied at two, Taylor County booted in the game-winning kick in the second overtime, grabbing the top seed in the district and a 3-2 win.
    “Wow, what a game,” Knights Head Coach Greg Conley said “We played absolutely, absolutely outstanding. I am incredibly proud of my guys. I’m proud of the way we played and the way we kept our heads through adversity. We just kept battling. We had a lot of heart tonight. A lot of heart.”

  • FOOTBALL: Marion County falls 48...

    Homecoming night was sweet and sour Friday evening for the Knights.
    Several Hall of Fame inductions made the night a special one, but it still ended in a loss for Marion County, falling to the Mercer County Titans 48-20.
    “I was pleased with the overall effort and physicality of the team,” Marion County Head Coach Allen Harmon said. “We had a bad first quarter with all the turnovers and spotted [Mercer County] points.”

  • The Game Plan - Sept. 27, 2017

    Sept. 27
    GIRLS SOCCER
    VS. Presentation (Home), 6:30 p.m.
    Senior Night

    Sept. 28

    BOYS SOCCER
    Senior Night
    VS. Nelson County (Home), 7:30 p.m.

    VOLLEYBALL
    VS. Russell County (Away), 7:30 p.m.

    Sept. 29

    FOOTBALL
    VS. West Jessamine (Home), 7:30 p.m.
    Senior Night

    Sep. 30
    GIRLS SOCCER
    VS. Shelby County

    Oct. 2
    GIRLS SOCCER

  • Time management

    On Sept. 16, the USC Trojans and Texas Longhorns played each other for the first time since their epic clash at the Rose Bowl in 2006. Playing a mere 16 miles from the sight of the national championship game that year, the Trojans and Longhorns spent the better part of three and a half quarters locked in a defensive struggle and a turnover-plagued game (both squads combined for six turnovers).