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Today's Sports

  • 1993 state champions honored

    Marion County High School honored its 1993 state championship boys basketball team before the Knights game with Taylor County Friday night. The 1993 squad finished the season 38-2.
    They defeated Lexington Dunbar in the state championship game, 85-77.

  • Lady Knights finish district...

    The Marion County Lady Knights went on the road to take on the Washington County Commanderettes Saturday. In a game controlled by the Lady Knights, some of the starters did not play in the second half as Marion County cruised to a 51-point win.
    The Lady Knights did not allow the Commanderettes to score in the opening quarter as they led the game 31-0 after the first period. Makayla Epps led the way with 12 points in the first eight minutes.

  • Game Plan, Feb. 6

    Feb. 6

    Basketball

    Lady Knights JV District Tourney at Adair County

    Feb. 7

    Basketball

    Junior JV Knights vs. Taylor County (Away)

    Feb. 8

    Basketball

    Lady Knights and Knights vs. North Hardin (Away)

    Swimming

    MCHS Aquaknights Regional Swim Meet

    Feb. 9

    Basketball

  • Color in Motion 5K racing into...

    The City of Lebanon will play host to the exciting Color in Motion 5k race on Saturday, May 11, at Graham Memorial Park and downtown Lebanon. 

  • Little League now offers new...

    Beginning this season, baseball players will be able to participate in a new division, according to Gary Ballard, assistant district administrator and vice president of the local Little League program.
    The new division will be referred to as intermediate 50-70, and will be for ages 11-13. This new division will be much like the three existing divisions in place now in that it will have its own district, state and regional tournaments along with its own World Series.

  • Soccer sign-ups begin Feb. 2

    The Marion County Youth Soccer association will have spring soccer sign-ups Feb. 2 and Feb. 9 from 9 a.m. to noon at the concession stand at the soccer fields on Fairgrounds Road in Lebanon, or you can print your registration and medical release form from our website http://www.mcys.webs.com/ and mail to the address listed on the form.
    Please note, if your child played for Marion County Youth Soccer in the fall, they do not need to register as they will continue on their same teams to play in the spring.
     

  • No hunting at Fagan Branch

    It seems to me that everybody knows you can’t hunt on Fagan Branch, been that way since the lake opened, 15 plus years. Nobody has hunted there… nobody! Given its status as a “protected” lake it’s become a sanctuary for waterfowl. A place where they could rest and roost unmolested by hunters.
    That all changed a couple of weeks back when three individuals from Green County set up and hunted on Fagan Branch… a couple of times!

  • Aquaknights win again

    The Marion County Aquaknights hosted Bethlehem and Nelson County in a swim meet Thursday. Both the girls and the boys teams won easily. The girls team totaled up 609 points, defeating Bethlehem with 245 points and Nelson County with 203 points. The boys team collected 375.5 points while Bethlehem took 237.5 points and Nelson County got 84 points.
    Individual results for the girls’ team are as follows:

  • Knights win one; lose two

    The Marion County High School Knights basketball team took on the host Seneca Redhawks Saturday. After fighting back from an 11-point deficit, the Knights came up one point short, losing 76-75 and falling to 10-12 on the season.
    Latrelle Irvin led Marion County with 26 points, but sophomore Chase Lancaster spurred the Knights with career highs of 21 points and six three-point field goals.

  • Lady Knights stay unbeaten

    In their final game of the Raatz Fence Classic in Louisville at Mercy Academy, the Marion County Lady Knights basketball team took on their toughest opponent this season, the Science Hill, Tenn., Hilltoppers.
    The Lady Knights  (24-0) nearly let the game slip away at the foul line, but hung on for a 61-58 win to remain undefeated.  
    Marion County used an 8-0 start to build an 18-12 lead after the first period. Science Hill trimmed the deficit to just two points, 29-27, at the half.
    Marion County closed the third period on a 9-1 run to take a 48-36.