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Today's Sports

  • 2012 Bike and Hike

    The fifth annual Bike and Hike was held April 28 at Graham Memorial Park. Hundreds of people participated in the 5K run/walk and the 10K bike ride.
    The event was organized by the Marion Count Health Department, Marion County Community Education and the Marion County Extension Office.

    Bike and Hike 5K results

  • Tennis, track turn in top...

  • The Game Plan, May 2

    May 2
    Tennis
    Knights and Lady Knights vs. Casey County (Away)
    Baseball
    Knights Freshman vs. Adair County (Home)

    May 3
    Softball
    Lady Knights vs. Washington County (Home)
    Baseball
    Knights vs. Adair County (Away)

    May 4
    Baseball
    Knights vs. Garrard County (Away)
    Track and field
    Knights and Lady Knights at Green County (Away)

  • Turkeys can be hard to get

    Found everything. Got the coffee fixed and the thermos full. Some snacks in the pack and camo’d up. And, it was only 5:30 a.m.
    A short drive to a friend’s farm, the blind set up and still dead silent in the dark, and it was 6 a.m.
    Then it happened. A gobble! Birds flying down and more gobbles, it’s 7 a.m. After a few calls it sounds like the bird(s) are heading my way. A movement, a red head, my bird on the way!

  • Lady Knights claim No. 1...

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team played three games last week, winning two and losing one. The Lady Knights have a 5-1 district standing, making them the No. 1 seed in the district. The team's overall record is now 12-4.
    "This was a tremendous milestone for our program," Coach Todd Spalding said. "To replace seven of nine starters from last season and win the first regular season district championship in school history speaks volumes about our players."
    Spalding added that he is proud of how hard his team continues to work.

  • Divine vaults to new school...

    The track teams were scheduled to go to Henry Clay to compete in the Heart of the Bluegrass meet Saturday, April 21. However, with prom scheduled for the same night, the team decided not to go.
    Brooks Divine did attend the meet, and intended on breaking some school and personal records. The previous school pole vault record was 13' 2", and Divine was able to clear an impressive 14' 2" to set a new mark.

  • Linescores, May 2

    April  20
    Athletics 13,  Dodgers    3
    Reds  10,  Braves  9
     
    April 24
    Reds 8, Athletics  7
    Braves 11, Dodgers 4
     
    April 27
    Reds 9,  Dodgers 6
    A's 12,  Braves 7
     
    Standings
    City of Lebanon Reds       3 - 0
    Gordon Construction A's   2 - 1

  • Turkey hunt, Raikes

    Daniel Raikes returned from a trip to Kansas recently after winning an essay contest. While there, he filled both his turkey tags. Raikes is pictured with his dad, Bee Raikes, and two turkeys.

  • Mattingly signs with Kentucky...

  • Warriors, come out to play

    The Warrior Dash is coming to Marion County.
    "We describe it as the craziest frickin' day of your life. It's a 5K run from hell, as we call it," said Alex Yount, the media relations director for Red Frog Events, which puts on the obstacle racing series.