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Today's Sports

  • Tee Time

    The boys golf team competed in the Taylor County Invitational held at the Campbellsville Country Club Saturday. Head Coach Chad Spalding commented on the teams performance.
    “Joseph Elder was one over through 11 holes before an hour rain delay, and simply lost his momentum after that”, Spalding said.

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  • Soccer season heats up

    Practices have been underway for a while for both the boys and girls soccer teams at Marion County High School. With the extremely hot weather that has been in the area for the past couple of weeks, the teams have resorted to practicing early in the morning or late at night when the temperature is not so excessive.  The unusual practice times have not deterred the teams from concentrating on their goals.

  • Sports Briefs 8-3-11

    Fall Baseball League
    Sign-ups for fall baseball will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, at the Little League Concession Stand. Ages are 9-12 for the 2012 Season.
    Contact Tim Peterson at (270) 940-0351 for more information.

    Season passes available
    Marion County High School is selling season passes for its sporting events for the 2011-12 year.
    A football season pass, which includes five home games, costs $20 ($30 for chair back seating).

  • Fall soccer registration will be...

    The Marion County Youth Soccer Association will hold its fall soccer registration at the new concession stand at the soccer fields on Fairground Road in Lebanon Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9 a.m. until noon.
    Registration received after Aug. 7 will not be assured of being placed on a team.
    Additional registration forms are available at www.mcys.webs.com.
     

  • Bradfordsville Youth League...

    The youth baseball leagues in Bradfordsville finished up play for the 2011 season recently. League coordinator Troy Overstreet was pleased with the turnout and participation in the league.
    “We had 75 kids playing in the league this year, on six different teams,” Overstreet said.
    The teams were divided into two age groups, with each division having three teams. The tee-ball group, ages 3-7, had the Reds, Yankees, and Cubs whle the “big kids” group, ages 8-14, had the Twins, Dodgers, and Pirates.

  • SCC to host golf classic

    The 21st Annual St. Catharine College Celebrity Golf Classic will take place the weekend of Aug. 5-6. The event is not only a great chance to hit the golf course and have fun, but it is also a way to provide quality higher education to SCC students.
    The festivities start the evening of Friday, Aug. 5, with a reception at 6 p.m. in the Spalding Student and Community Center on the SCC Campus. The live auction will begin at 7:30 p.m. with a vast array of items up for bid.

  • Preseason volleyball starts with...

    Over the final weekend of July, the Marion County Lady Knights volleyball team participated in the Bluegrass Games.
    Throughout the three-day event, the Lady Knights played seven games, winning three of them.
    Victories came over Atherton, Graves County, and Trinity-Whiteside with losses coming against Bishop Brossart, Lafayette, Whitefield Academy, and Dunbar.

  • Fore

    After weeks of practicing, the Marion County High School boys and girls golf teams are ready for their seasons to begin. With first year Head Coach Chad Spalding at the helm, this season will likely be a learning experience.
    “We are a senior dominated group with both the girls and boys,” he said. “The girls team has three very experienced golfers and should have a lot of success, if we can stay healthy. While the girls team has experience, the boys team has depth.”

  • Girls Little League