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  • Vaught’s Views: Wiseman does a...

    By Larry Vaught

    There’s not any one thing that former NBA star Penny Hardaway thinks 6-9 James Wiseman does best for Memphis East. But that’s because he can do so many things well that it is hard to pick which one he does the best.
    Wiseman is a major Kentucky recruiting target in the 2019 class.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights begin...

    For just over two weeks, the Knights’ faithful will have to hit the road to watch Marion County in action. The Roby Dome bleachers will sit vacant as the Knights kick off an extended stint away from their home floor early in the season.

  • Smith kills first deer

    Payten Smith, daughter of Andy and Sandy Smith of Loretto, shot her first deer - an eight-point buck – on Nov. 12 during opening weekend of gun season.

  • The Game Plan - Nov. 29, 2017

    Nov. 30
    Lady Knights vs. East Jessamine (Home) at 7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 1
    Knights vs. E’town (Away) at 7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 2
    Swim meet (at TK Stone Elementary)

    Dec. 5
    Lady Knights vs. Fairdale (Away) at 7:30 p.m.

  • Your company

    “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for 'tis better to be alone than in bad company.” – George Washington.

    The people we choose to associate with influence us greatly. Their outlook on certain things, their behavior and their overall personality can rub off on us. The people we are closest to affect our way of thinking, our self-esteem and even the decisions we make.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: New look Lady...

    Kelly Wood is starting to see his new system click with the Marion County Lady Knights.
    “We seem to be getting better getting used to the new stuff,” Wood said. “We’re hoping we can play basketball within our system. It just takes time. We got to become automatic when it comes to playing.”
    The Lady Knights hit the court for the season opener last night against Bardstown. They host the East Jessamine Jaguars tomorrow night.

  • SWIMMING: Marion County set to...

    With a little extra preparation under their belts, the Marion County Aquaknights have their eyes set on their first meet of the 2017-18 season. The Aquaknights decided not to compete at the first scheduled meet on Nov. 18 in order to get more practice in.
    With that extra practice now in, Head Coach Brian Pirkle is expecting a solid performance from his team when they compete at T.K. Stone Elementary at 1 p.m., Dec. 2. Marion County will be teaming up with Nelson County and Thomas Nelson to take on Elizabethtown in the meet.

  • Vaught’s Views: Mike Pratt says...

    By Larry Vaught

    Before Kentucky’s season started, former UK All-American Mike Pratt had a warning — or bit of advice — for fans about the team’s point guard play.
    “So much is about confidence. That’s why some guys develop slower than others,” said Pratt, the analyst for the UK Radio Network. “If you look at (John) Calipari point guards, John Wall started slow and you could see his confidence build.

  • Marion County Youth Football

    The Marion County 10U Knights competed in the Thanksgiving Throwdown in Elizabethtown Saturday, Nov. 25-26. Saturday morning the Marion County Knights opened the day against the ODC Predators and lost 26-0. Saturday afternoon the Knights lost to the Radcliff Wolverines 20-6. Sunday morning the Knights came to play and left it all on the field in a 12-0 loss against the Radcliff Wolverines to end in third place in the 10U division.