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Today's Sports

  • Linescores, Jan. 29

     Marion County Youth Basketball

    Jan. 18 and 19 at St. Charles Middle School

    Girls 7-9 League 

    Storm  20 (1-4): Deyera Spalding 13, Emma Sullivan 4, Mary Beth Overstreet 3

    Dream  30  (3-2): Danasia Cowherd 6, Marissa Nulle 1, D’Asya Spalding 8, Ann Presley Thompson 15

     

  • Youth soccer sign-ups start...

     The Marion County Youth Soccer Association will have its spring soccer sign-ups from 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 1 and 8 at the concession stand at the soccer fields on Fairgrounds Road in Lebanon.

    Parents can also print a registration form and medical release from the league’s website, http://www.mcys.webs.com/, and mail it to the address on the form.

  • Youth baseball/softball sign-ups...

    Marion County Youth tee-ball, baseball and softball signups will be held every Friday in February from 3-6 p.m. at the new concession stand (back baseball field). Forms will be available. 

  • Goose hunt goes well
  • Game Plan, Jan. 22

      Jan. 24

    Basketball 

    Lady Knights at Taylor County, 6 p.m.

    Knights at Taylor County, 7:30 p.m.

     

    Jan. 25

    Basketball 

    Lady Knights at Henry Clay in the Bob Tripure Classic, 8 p.m.

     

    Jan. 26

  • Hopes too high for Worm

     Being a celebrity or professional athlete has its ups and downs. Sure, there’s money, big houses, fast cars, private jets, etc. But there is also the fact you get scrutinized for anything, and everything. Take Lindsay Lohan for example, or Michael Vick, both of whom would have zero or very little press time if they were ordinary people.

    But what about Dennis Rodman?

  • Knights fight off Rebels for win

     By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    Despite original opponent Apollo backing out of the fourth annual Autism Classic, the Knights took the court against the Casey County Rebels on Saturday night. 

    The Knights won, 74-72.

  • Lady Knights fall to Bullitt East

     For the second time this season, Marion County High School hosted its own basketball tournament. Unlike the Marion County Holiday Classic in December, this one benefited some very special children. 

    On Jan. 18, MCHS hosted its annual Autism Classic. 

    The tournament, which is in its fourth year  brought teams from  around the region to compete for the cause.

  • Making waves

    The sharp scent of chlorine, humidity and sweat filled the air as the Marion County Aquaknights dove into action during their first home meet of the season. Though their season got off to a late start, Marion County showed no signs of slacking off when they defeated their foes, Campbellsville and Taylor County.

    The girls team finished first in the meet with 611.50 points, well above Taylor County’s 308.50 and Campbellsville’s 185.

  • Shooting crows, but not ready to...

     Once again I’m looking at an early deadline as I write this! And, once again it’ll be short. The upside is that you’ll have to wade through so much less  ****!  I’m figuring you know what I’m talking about!

    Tried something the other day. Course my grandfather and his “eat what ya kill” philosophy would have been pretty disappointed, but I just couldn’t stomach “eating crow.”