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Today's Sports

  • New role for veteran

    By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    Last year, the Marion County Lady Knights basketball team went a blistering 39-0, winning the state championship in the process. However, that was a year ago, and now it’s time for new head coach Anthony Epps and his team to adjust to life without four of their five starters from last year. 

  • Prices set for basketball passes

    Marion County High School has set the price for season passes for the 2013-14 basketball seasons.

    A boys basketball pass is $20. A girls basketball pass is $15. A pass for both teams is $40.

    To purchase passes, stop by the high school, 735 E. Main Street in Lebanon. For more information, call 270-692-6066.

  • Wildcat fandom leads to new...

    By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team lost to Michigan State on Nov. 12, but Wildcat fans Jerry Fowler and his son William will remember this particular game for a very different reason than what happened on the court. 

    On the way to the game, they picked up two other UK fans that had become stranded. 

  • Deer season opens with one that...

    Modern gun season was, if you’ll excuse the expression, a blast. Sorry, just couldn’t resist!

    Anyway, hunted a spot where I had permission the first of the week because my “primary” location still had way too much standing corn. Then, toward the middle of the week, they started taking it out!

  • Deer: Mattingly

    Ryan Mattingly, 14, got this 10-point buck during modern gun season in Spencer County. He is the son of Eddie Mattingly and Joan Gardner.

  • Deer: Miles

    Tanner Miles of Springfield shot this spike buck the first day of youth hunt. He is the son of Brad and Michelle Miles.

  • Shake on it

    Earlier this year, the KHSAA made the decision to ban postgame handshakes following all sporting events. The rationale was that the handshake was an invitation for the teams to fight, or otherwise cause a scuffle. 

    Following a backlash from media, fans, parents, and students, as well as a blatant disregard for the directive by coaches, the KHSAA retracted their statement, saying that the initial press release was “poorly worded.” 

  • Two Lady Knights named to all-...

    Every year, the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association analyzes, ranks, and recognizes the achievements of volleyball players across the state. 

    From there, the players are then separated by division and placed into categories of first-team, second-team, and honorable mention. Of the hundreds of girls ranked year, a total of only 27 made First-Team All-state.

    Two Marion County Lady Knights made the cut. 

  • Lakers wash over Knights

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

    In a game that Coach Jeff Robbins watched from the press box, the Marion County Knights fell behind by two scores early and never managed to regain the lost momentum as they fell to the Russell County Lakers, 51-14.

  • Almost Knight time

    After an 11-17 record last year, the Marion County Knights are preparing to come back into a fresh season with their coach, Montrelle Irvin.
    “We have big expectations,” Irvin said about the season.
    Their expectations are high because they have a senior-loaded team.
    According to Irvin, the Knights have eight seniors, most with experience under their belt. They are Anton Cowherd, Latrelle Irvin, Bobby Jaglowicz, Brandon Knopp, Clay Lanham, Anthony Mattingly, Jalen Powell, Luke Price, and Alex Smith.