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Today's Sports

  • Marion County doubles the fun

    The Marion County Knights and Lady Knights both defeated their counterparts from Campbellsville in a Jan. 3 doubleheader.
    The Lady Knights (5-7) wasted no time in crushing the Lady Eagles, 67-17.
    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said he and the team were very confident going into the game against the Lady Eagles (1-9) but because they are not as strong as they have been in the past, they could not afford to take the night off.

  • Linescores, Jan. 8

    Marion County Youth Basketball
    Dec. 21-22
    At St. Charles Middle School
    Girls 7/9 League

    Fever 18 (1-1): Jasmine Farmer 1, Emily Gardner 1, Alexis Wheeler 3, Denisha Epps 13
    Sparks 24 (2-0): Emily Clark 10, Amber Edlin 5, Kristi Martin 3, Lily Thompson 5, Emily Tungate 1

    Dream 19 (1-1): Danasia Cowherd 7, Michaela Hutchins 1, Olivia Livers 1, Grace Magana 2, D’Asya Spalding 7, Ann Preslee Thompson 1

  • Definition of a good duck hunt

    Has anyone been outside lately? If so, you’ve probably experienced a regional dose of global warming! The other day it even got warm enough to thaw out a Mountain Dew I had in my blind bag.

  • Deer: Mattingly

    Pictured are J.R. Mattingly, 7, top, who killed a button buck on Dec. 28, 2013, and Luke Mattingly, 4, who killed an 8-point buck on Dec. 29, 2013, while hunting with their father in Calvary. Their parents are B.J. and Missy Mattingly.
     

  • The Game Plan, Jan. 1

    Jan. 3

    Basketball

    Lady Knights at Campbellsville, 6 p.m.

    Knights at Campbellsvile, 7:30 p.m.

    Jan. 4

    Basketball

    Barren County at Knights, 6:30 p.m.

    Jan. 11

    Basketball

  • Year in Review: Championships,...

     Marion County had a lot to celebrate in 2013, including state titles in two team sports and an individual state track champion. Individuals received statewide and national recognition, too. 

    While not all of the news was good news, a lot of what happened last year will be remembered for years to come. Here’s a look back on the year in sports.

    1. Lady Knights win the state title

  • Holiday hoops a mixed bag

     On Dec 23, the Marion County Knights marched out of the Warren East Classic victorious when they narrowly defeated the North Oldham Mustangs, 73-68.

    Junior guard Anton Cowherd and senior guard Latrelle Irvin both had double doubles for the Knights (9-3) in the win.

    Irvin scored 22 points, including 10 free throws, and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Cowherd contributed 20 points and 11 rebounds.

    Alex Smith chipped in 10 points for Marion County.

  • Looking ahead in the NFL

    By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    All right, let’s talk NFL playoffs. As with every season, several teams’ fates are undecided going into Week 17. Among those are perennial playoff teams like the Packers (7-7-1), the Bears (8-7), the Eagles (9-6), and the Cowboys (8-7). There are some very interesting storylines playing out, like the story in the NFC South. 

  • More goodies from Santa for...

     Santa was good, real good! Kids got the old man a 22-250 caliber barrel for my Encore Pro Hunter. And, not just my barrel! They got a Bullberry barrel!

    Then, Santa himself got me a Wildfire II predator call. Even though Santa was suffering from “beard envy” he still came through!

    So now I have the gun and the call. Now I just have to learn to use them.

  • St. Charles sixth grade girls...

    The St. Charles sixth grade girls basketball team won the Nelson County Little League Tournament Dec. 15 at Thomas Nelson High School. Their overall record for the league was 8-3.  Front row (from left): Jenny Mattingly, Lee Ann Jones, Grace Farmer, Kristi Martin. Back row: Katie Mattingly, Ava Spalding, Emily Helms and Mckenzie Bagwell. The coaches are Kenny Mills and Lenae Thompson (not pictured).