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Today's Sports

  • Soapbox derby champion

    Lawson Elder wins All American Soapbox Derby Championship in Louisville at the annual local race. Now he heads to Akron, Ohio for the National Championship race held in July. Lawson is the son of Chad and Karen Elder of Loretto.

  • Linescores, June 19

    Little League Softball end of Season tournament
    June 7
    1st round

    Phillies   4  3  0  0  0   2  -  9
     Mets       2 0  1  0  0    0  -  3
    Kalei Cox’s two hits in the first  and second innings and two runs put this game out of reach for the Mets early. Emily Helms had two hits and two runs scored in those innings as well. For the Mets Jayla Cowherd had two hits and an RBI.

  • Why the bass go deep

    In last week’s article I told you that a majority of a lake’s bass spend most of their time in deep water.
    However, I neglected to tell you why! Those of you who are inquisitive may have looked it up on Google or, heaven forbid, read some magazine articles.
    If so, you discovered that bass go deep seeking cooler water, water with more dissolved oxygen in it, or maybe, as I actually read somewhere, “Bass spend time in deep water to avoid the bright sunlight, since they don’t have eyelids.”

  • Lebanon to host Swing for the...

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise Correspondent

    From 9 a.m., to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, adrenaline will flow as America’s favorite pastime is played in the name of a good cause — breast cancer awareness.
    Swing for the Cure, a series of baseball games, will be held for the first time in Lebanon on June 22-23. The games will primarily be played at Graham Memorial Park, though some games might be held at the Marion County High School.  
    “It will fun,” Matt Thompson, the organizer of the event, said.

  • Golf is a great game

    By Dennis George

    Golf Columnist

  • Lebanon to host Swing for the...

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise Correspondent

    From 9 a.m., to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, adrenaline will flow as America’s favorite pastime is played in the name of a good cause — breast cancer awareness.
    Swing for the Cure, a series of baseball games, will be held for the first time in Lebanon on June 22-23. The games will primarily be played at Graham Memorial Park, though some games might be held at the Marion County High School.  
    “It will fun,” Matt Thompson, the organizer of the event, said.

  • Hills ‘n’ Horns: Warrior Dash...

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    Last year, people all over the nation came to Lebanon to participate in the Warrior Dash, a national obstacle racing series. This year, Marion County will have its own extreme 5K race – Hills ‘n’ Horns.

  • Rough Riders

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    Like a swarm of hornets on steroids, motors roar.
    Rubber slashes at the dirt, which coats everything in its path.
    In the war-like chaos, there is silence as a rider launches himself off a mound appropriately referred to as 911.
    A grill smolders, a dog pants, a toddler sitting on her dad’s shoulders smiles.
    The rider lands, people cheer.
    “They make it look easy and so smooth,” Sharon “Sam” Bach of Lebanon said.

  • Kentucky girls split with Indiana

    Kentucky’s high school all-stars got off to a good start in their annual series with Indiana, thanks to the contributions of a trio of Lady Knights.

    Indiana’s girls had a clear size advantage, but Kentucky forced 27 turnovers en route to an 84-78 victory Friday night at Freedom Hall. Indiana earned a split, however, winning Saturday’s game in Indianapolis, 100-86.

  • The Game Plan, June 12

    June 12

    Basketball
    Kentucky Senior All-Stars vs. Kentucky Junior All-Stars at Madison Central High School (5:30 p.m.)

    June 14
    Basketball
    Kentucky Senior All-Stars vs. Indiana Senior All-Stars at Freedom Hall in Louisville   (5:30 p.m.)

    June 15

    Basketball

    Kentucky Senior All-Stars vs. Indiana Senior All-Stars at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis  (5 p.m.)