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Today's Sports

  • LIT correction

    The Lebanon Country Club hosted the 53rd LIT Sept. 3-5. Due to an error in reading the results, some of the winners and runner-ups were incorrectly identified. Here is a list of the correct winners and runner-ups from each of the 15 flights.
    Championship Flight: 1st Curt Manning, 2nd Alex Wright
    1st Flight: 1st Jamie Abell, 2nd Curt Richards
    2nd Flight: 1st Jerry Harp, 2nd Travis White, 3rd Dan Wright
    3rd Flight: 1st Steve Manning, 2nd Chuck Kelly, 3rd Buck Hourigan
    4th Flight: 1st Nick Thomas, 2nd Donald Perry, 3rd Bill Lynch

  • Soccer Knights wrap up third seed

    The Marion County Knights varsity soccer team played three games last week on the road, defeating Taylor County and Franklin County before losing to John Hardin.  
    Saturday night, the Knights traveled to play John Hardin. Despite starting two games strong early in the week, the Knights seemed to be off.
    “We came out flat and got behind 3-0,” Head Coach Greg Conley said. “We did not have the same passion that we had Thursday night.”

  • Lady Knights are runners-up


    The Marion County Lady Knights girls golf team traveled to Heritage Hills Golf Course in Shepherdsville to compete in the regional tournament on Tuesday of last week, finishing as regional runner-up. Head Coach Chad Spalding was very proud of the way the team played, and commended Coach Jason Simpson for the job he has done with the girls this season.
    Olivia Carrico, although sick the night before and all day during play, made a gutsy performance, shooting an 84.

  • Knights beat Cards

    The Marion County Knights varsity football team hosted Taylor County in their first district game of the season at John J. Boswell field Friday night. Going into the game with two wins and three losses, the Knights were looking to get back to 500 on the season. After a shaky start to the game, Marion County was able to bounce back, playing a solid last three quarters to defeat Taylor County 42-14, taking their record to 3-3 on the season.

  • 9-28-11 Linescores

    Thursday
    At St. Charles Eighth-Grade 38 (record: 8-4): Morgan Mattingly 14, Abby Turner 9, Allison Maupin 6, Kenlee Stout 5, Caroline Reed 4.
    St. Joe Red 22
    St. Charles     10 9 5 14 – 38
    St. Joe Red     6 8 2 6 – 22

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 45 (record 9-3): Morgan Mattingly 15, Savannah Goode 12, Allison Maupin 8, Caroline Reed 7, Elise Carpenter 2, Abby Jo Maupin 1.
    St. Joe Red 32
    St. Charles     6 17 14 8 – 45

  • Pokey Pig

     

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  • 9-21-11 Linescores

    Thursday
    St. Charles 37 (record: 7-3): Alex Thomas 9, Kenlee Stout 8, Morgan Mattingly 8, Abby Turner 5, Caroline Reed 3, Allison Maupin 2, Elise Carpenter 2.
    At Washington County 22
    St. Charles     4 12 15 6 – 37
    Washington Co.     7 4 2 9 – 22

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 37 (record: 7-3): Morgan Mattingly 16, Allison Maupin 11, Caroline Reed 2, Savannah Goode 2, Abby Jo Maupin 2, Elizabeth Hughes 2, Abby Scott 2.
    At Washington County 18.

  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country begins new season

    This year’s Marion County Cross Country team consists of 30 runners from grades four through 12.
    The high school team has the most runners they’ve had in many years with 19 runners making up both a boys and girls team. Coach Sherbie King said he was quite pleased with the results of the team’s first meet.