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Today's Sports

  • Fans make the games

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent 

    You’ve got the regular “Hey, I’m going to the game tonight, fans,” and then you’ve got the “crazy, super, I-won’t-miss-a-game, fan.” 

    Which would you rather have at a game? 

  • Still hoping to find some...

     Well, this is shaping up, so far, to be the season that wasn’t ... for waterfowlers, anyway!

    I heard and saw a few cranes fly over, but nowhere near the number of birds we usually see. The cranes are usually an indicator that the Canada geese aren’t far behind.

  • Game Plan, Dec. 17

    Dec. 18

    Basketball

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

    Swimming

    Nelson Co, Thomas Nelson, Bethelhem at Aquaknights

    Dec. 20

    Swimming

    Aquaknights at Woodford Co

    Dec. 26

  • Knights defeat Indians

     By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

    After trailing by just one point in the first quarter, the Marion County Knights picked up their intensity and took the lead for most the game, defeating the host Adair County Indians, 56-47, on Dec. 9.

  • Overcoming injuries

     After playing sports most of your life, you grow stronger as you grow up. As a serious athlete you push yourself until you can’t go any further. 

    You feel small pains, but you blow them off because you think, “Oh I won’t get hurt.” 

  • Lady Knights pick up win over...

     By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

    After a loss against the Adair County Lady Indians on Dec. 9, the Marion County Lady Knights bounced back with a home court win Dec. 11 against the Central Hardin Lady Bruins, 61-23.

  • Knights lose to Admirals and...

     By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Knights traveled to Danville to take on the Admirals Dec. 12, losing 56-45. 

  • Gift ideas, and tips on getting...

     Every year I talk about gift cards as the perfect gift.

    And, every year, someone will tell me how “impersonal” a gift card is.

    I sort of see their point. It’s almost like saying, “I don’t care enough to actually shop for your gift.”

  • MCHS senior covering sports for...

    A new face has appeared on the Enterprise’s sports pages recently. Casey Sowers, a senior at Marion County High School, has started covering sports for the Enterprise. Former sports correspondent Nick Schrager recently accepted a reporter’s position at The Springfield Sun.

  • Deer photo, Dec. 17

     Andy Cox killed his first seven-point buck on Oct. 11. He is the son of Stuart and Kristen Cox. His grandparents are Rodger and Betty Cox and Marty and Julie Thomas.