Today's Sports

  • Mattingly turtle hunt

    The 7th Annual Mattingly Memorial Day Turtle Hunt in remembrance of 'Lil Tony' Mattingly was held May 8. Hunting this year were Little Bob Williamson, Timmy Dale Mattingly, Tony Blair and Tony Mattingly Sr. Chris Smothers and Buster Shuck also hunted but were absent from photo. They caught 25 turtles.

  • Fish: Bradshaw

    This is one of three muskie fish Alex Bradshaw caught with the help of his good buddy Johnny Switser. The biggest fish weighed 24-pounds and was 42-inches long.

  • 9-10 baseball champs

    Pictured are the Rangers, winners of the 9-10-year-old Marion Co. Little League regular season. They are, front row, from left, Camden Stiles, Jake Thomas, Vincent Battcher and Cade Thompson; second row, Cameron Tungate, Dakin Caldwell, Connor Roney, Ryan Luckett, Jamison Epps and Owen Mattingly; back row, coaches John A. Mattingly, Pat Thomas and Matt Thompson. Absent from photo is Andrew Walton. They finished the regular season with a record of 11-2.

  • 6-8 softball champs

  • Baseball camp a success

    Recently, Marion County High School Baseball Head Coach Chad Spalding, along with several members of the Knights baseball team, hosted their annual baseball camp. This year the camp was broken into two segments of two days each. Older kids, ages 9-14, had their camp first followed by kid's ages seven and eight with their camp the next two days.
    The 2012 camp marked the 14th camp in the 16 years since Spalding has been the coach of the team. Spalding said the camps usually attract between 40 and 50 kids each year.

  • Biking for a good cause

    The Bike the Bluegrass event made a return trip to the roadways of Marion and Washington counties this past weekend. Last year, during the first weekend of June, the same event crossed through the community and raised a large sum of money to fund research for multiple sclerosis. Like last year, the course started at St. Catharine College in Springfield, and made its way through the countryside of Marion and Washington counties.

  • Voices of the games

    In the upcoming weeks of The Lebanon Enterprise, a group of individuals will be featured in stories highlighting their contributions to Marion County sports.  The contributions to each person's respective sport are something that most people take for granted. I know I have from time to time.  

  • Divines qualify for regional USA...

    Brooks and Ty Divine competed in the USA Track and Field Kentucky Association Junior Olympic Championships in Louisville Saturday. Ty Divine, who at age 12 competes on the Marion County High School track team, placed first in the 1500-meter run and seventh in the 400-meter dash among competitors in his age group.  

  • Elder to play in All-Star game

    Former Marion County High School Lady Knights basketball standout Bre Elder will play in the 2012 Kentucky Lions All-Star Classic in Freedom Hall on Friday evening.
    Tip-off for the girls' game is set for 5:30 p.m. with the boys' all-star game to follow.
    Elder was selected, along with 11 other players from around the state, to represent Kentucky as they take on the Indiana all-star team.
    Tickets for the game are still available by visiting www.ticketmaster.com and searching Kentucky vs. Indiana All-Star Basketball Classic Game.

  • The Game Plan, June 6

    June 8
    Kentucky vs. Indiana Girls High School All-Star Basketball Game at Freedom Hall