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Today's Sports

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Howard scores...

    Haeli Howard had 30 points as the Marion County Lady Knights improved to 4-2 with a 68-45 win against the Thomas Nelson Generals on Dec. 12.
    "The whole team played pretty good," Lady Knights Head Coach Kenny Mills said. "The girls are playing good defense and rebounding well."
    Dailyn Spalding also contributed 14 points in the win.

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  • Woods and Waters: Last minute...

    Ya know what today is? It’s just three or four days till Christmas! Ya got all your shopping done? Ya do. Well good for you! But what about the other 80 percent of the people who are reading this? Are you sure you’re done?
    O.K., maybe you do need to pick up a few things. Well, if ya do you’re in luck cause I’m here to help! I’m going to give ya some “ya can’t go wrong” gift ideas for your outdoors man or woman.

  • St. A 5K is Jan. 2

    St. Augustine will be having a 5K at 10 a.m., Monday, Jan. 2, at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon.
    There will be a $15 entry fee for each participant.
    Registration will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the batting cages at the park the morning of race.
    Each participant will receive a pair of fleece gloves.
    All proceeds go to St. Augustine School Athletic Department.
    For more information, contact Joe Pat Kirkland at 270-402-9094.
     

  • Vaught’s Views: Kentucky...

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky basketball fans have a special Christmas treat coming their way thanks to former Wildcat Cameron Mills.
    His documentary, “The Team,” is a story about Kentucky’s 1996 national championship team and the 20th year anniversary the players and coaches held in August in Miami.
    That Kentucky team coached by Rick Pitino finished 34-2 and featured nine future NBA players. Mills felt there was a special story to tell about the team but wasn’t sure what it was.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights look to...

    Sitting at 2-4 and coming off a 19-point loss to the Southwestern Warriors Saturday, the Marion County Knights returned to the Roby Dome Monday to host the Green County Dragons.
    "Green County is one of those teams that is hard-nosed, plays good defense, and sticks to fundamentals," Knights Head Coach Montrelle Irvin said. "The more mistakes you make, the more they take advantage of it."

  • Sapp kills buck

    Steve Sapp killed this 11-point buck on Nov. 13.
     

  • The Game Plan - Dec. 14, 2016

    Dec. 14
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Knights at home vs. Bethlehem, 7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 16
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Knights at home vs. Cumberland Co., 7:30 p.m.

    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Lady Knights away at Bullitt East, 7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 17
    BASKETBALL
    Knights and Lady Knights home vs. Campbellsville, 6 p.m. (girls), 7:30 p.m. (boys)

    Dec. 19-21
    GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • A tradition

    For the 117th time Saturday, two members of the same team became opponents for 60 minutes. For 60 minutes, a battle ensued on a 100-yard long, 53 1/3-yard wide battlefield. The site? M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The participants? The Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen. The finish? Memorable. Fifteen years in the making.
    At long last, the streak is over. For the first time since 2001, Army got to sing second. Army won.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights...

    The Marion County Lady Knights are looking to build off their two solid wins against the Adair County Lady Indians (71-45) and East Jessamine Panthers (79-39) in this week's slate of games.
    The Lady Knights began their week Monday against the Thomas Nelson Generals. The Generals, who are in their first year under head coach Patricia Rouse, come into the game with a 1-6 record. They lost to the Butler County Lady Bears, 41-28, Dec. 10. The Generals will also be without their leading scorer from last season, Madison Fritz, who graduated. She averaged 16.4 points per game.

  • Born to ride

    A howling wind, a blazing hot day, or the biting cold. A close call, a breakdown, sometimes multiple ones in a single day. Ronnie Mudd has experienced them quite often. Despite it all, however, he says he wouldn't trade his passion for anything.
    Ever since he bought his first bike in 2011 in Danville, biking has taken Mudd on a journey.