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Today's Sports

  • Volleyball girls claim four...

    The Marion County Lady Knights volleyball team had an overall good week, winning four matches and dropping two. Marion County was able to defeat Campbellsville on the road Thursday, and during the Pulaski County Invitational this past weekend, the team was able to win three matches while losing two. Overall, the Lady Knights' record stands at 19-6, with their district standings now at 8-0.  The Lady Knights also picked up the program's 200th victory this past week.

     

    In the Pulaski County Invitational...

  • Raiders are champs
  • Soccer girls have rough week of...

    The Marion County High School girls soccer team participated in four games this week, and struggled to defeats in all four. Monday of last week the team hosted Garrard County and was defeated in a shootout after the game was tied at zero after regulation. Two days later the Lady Knights took on Mercer County and was defeated by a final score of 8-0. On Thursday, the team traveled to Danville and was defeated 10-0. In the final game of the week, the Lady Knights were defeated by Montgomery County on Saturday by a final score of 5-0.

  • Regionals begin next week

    On Tuesday, Sept. 27, the Marion County High School boys and girls golf teams will be traveling to compete in the regional tournament. This year’s boys tournament will be played at Danville Country Club while the girls tournament will be at Heritage Hills Golf Course in Shepherdsville. The boys team competes in region four while the girls team is part of the third region.

  • Soccer Knights split two games

    The Marion County High School boys soccer team played a pair of games this week, and split those two decisions. Thursday, the Knights took on Danville on the road and came away with a hard fought 3-1 loss. On Saturday, the team took on Western Hills at home and collected a 2-1 victory. This week’s action puts the team’s record to 10-3-1. The home win against Western Hills also keeps the Knights undefeated at home on the season.

  • Rivalry comeback falls short

  • Kids Day, bass tourney are this...

    Just so ya don’t forget: This weekend, Sept. 17 and 18, is the official kickoff for Ham Days. It’s our annual Kids Day at Sportsmans Lake followed by a bass tournament  Sunday at Fagan Branch.
    Saturday, starting at 9 a.m. we’ll have a bunch of stuff for the kids. Kids are those under 16 years of age.
    There’ll be inflatables and canoe rides to keep them busy. We’ll also have a fishing contest where every legal fish is weighed and the total weight will count for first-, second- and third-place.

  • Memories of 9/11

    As I sit in front of my computer screen, I have watched several of the pre-game ceremonies held at various stadiums across the country on the 10th anniversary of the tragic terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
    Every time I see coverage of that fateful day, even 10 years later, I seem to freeze and not be able to do anything but watch it. I am amazed at the seemingly new information that seems to pop up each time.

  • Sports Briefs 9-14-11

    Games selected to USGA
    Beverly Brockman Games, a former member of the MCHS Lady Knights’ golf team, was chosen recently as one of three women to represent Kentucky in the USGA National Team Championship golf tournament in Savannah, Ga., in October. See more about this in an upcoming issue of The Lebanon Enterprise.

  • Linescores 9-14-11

    THURSDAY
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 21 (5-3): Morgan Mattingly 10, Alex Thomas 7, Kenlee Stout 4.
    At Old Kentucky Home 37
    St. Charles     6  6   6   3 – 21
    Old KY Home     5 8 11 13 – 37

    St. Charles Seventh0Grade 19 (record: 5-3): Morgan Mattingly 16, Caroline Reed 2, Elise Carpenter 1.
    At Old Kentucky Home 46
    St. Charles     5  4  6  4 – 19
    Old KY Home     19 8 17 2 – 46