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Today's Sports

  • TRACK: Knights record 20 top...

    Marion County continues to impress on the track and field course. In Thursday's Green County All-Comers Meet, the Knights had 20 runners finish in the top five of their events and also saw five runners place in first.

  • Vaught’s Views: Documentary...

    By Larry Vaught

    It took Emmy winning director Jonathan Hock almost 20 months to put together the documentary, “One And Not Done,” on Kentucky coach John Calipari that aired on ESPN last week.
    Like many Kentucky fans have come to believe, Hock admits he perhaps had the wrong perception of Calipari until he had a chance to get to know him.

  • April 15 is Makayla Epps Day

    This Saturday, April 15, is Makayla Epps Day in Marion County.
    Epps, a standout at both Marion County High School and the University of Kentucky, will be signing autographs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Saturday, at Centre Square. People should bring their own memorobilia to be autographed.

  • Vaught’s Views: Retiring sports...

    By Larry Vaught

    For the last 40 years Rob Bromley has covered University of Kentucky sports — along with other things — for WKYT-TV (Channel 27) in Lexington. However, he announced last week he was retiring at the end of September.
    I had been covering UK sports for about two years when Bromley started and never in 40 years have I heard him say anything bad about anyone or anyone say anything bad about one of the nicest men I’ve ever known. He’s also the most tenured television anchor on the air in Kentucky.

  • TRACK: Knights setting eyes on...

    The postseason is drawing closer and closer for the Marion County High School Track and Field team. 
    Marion County only has a month left before they will travel to Bardstown High School May 9 for the Class AA, Region Two meet. Marion County Head Coach Daniel Johnson said he’s expecting his runners to continue giving solid efforts as the postseason draws closer.

  • TENNIS: Knights face LaRue...

    Marion County's final tennis match before the Heartland Conference tournament will come against some stiff competition, according to Knights Head Coach Noah Swencki. Marion County will pick up their tennis rackets and lace up their sneakers to conclude regular season play April 18 at LaRue County before the Heartland Conference tournament begins April 22. 
    "LaRue County is a pretty decent team," Swencki said. "We will want it to be a competitive match. They'll be a solid team and they won't be a pushover."

  • SOCCER: Local soccer player to...

    By Peter W. Zubaty
    Landmark News Service

    Local high schools will be well represented in The Netherlands, with three area soccer players being selected for the overseas trip with Kentucky’s Olympic Development Program.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights held...

    A misjudged throw in the fifth and a poor showing from the bats doomed Marion County in their opening game of the Lady Cardinal Classic Saturday in Campbellsville. 
    The Lady Knights fell to the Glasgow Lady Scotties, 1-0. 
    "We struck out 10 times and had three errors.  You cannot win a game with that kind of statistic," Head Coach Jonathan Spalding said. 

  • Marion County Middle School...

    The Marion County Middle School A team came away with a 4-1 victory in its first regular season game against Bardstown on April 4, but the B team struggled in a 12-2 loss.
     

  • Redemption

    Redemption is such a sweet thing. 
    North Carolina must think so. 
    Avenging a year’s worth of built-up heartbreak, the Tar Heels won the national championship last Monday night in Phoenix, defeating the Gonzaga Bulldogs 71-65 in an ugly contest that saw both teams shoot a combined 46-132 (34.8 percent) from the field and combine for 44 fouls. Both teams also shot 52 free throws in the contest, with many complaining all the free throws and fouls called disrupted the flow of play and made the game borderline unwatchable.