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Today's Sports

  • Bragging rights

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Little boats can be a big...

    For a while now I’ve been having a ball fishing out of my “little” boat. By little, I mean a boat, actually a baby pontoon-style, that’s four feet by eight feet.
    This is little compared to my “big” Nitro and its 200 horsepower gas engine. The baby boat is powered by a small trolling motor.
    My baby boat goes by several names depending on the manufacturer. It’s a pond-hopper, bass boat, pelican, etc.

  • Understanding sports concussions...
  • St. Charles football pool party...

    The St. Charles Football Boosters are hosting a pool party from 6-8 p.m. Friday, July 26, at the Lebanon Aquatic Center.
    The boosters are sponsoring the pizza/pool party for any sixth, seventh or eighth boy interested in playing football this fall for St. Charles Middle School.
    The event is free for students.
     

  • Soccer sign-ups are underway

    The Marion County Youth Soccer Association will be taking fall soccer signups on from 9 a.m. to noon on July 27 and Aug. 3 from at the Graham Memorial Park Soccer Complex concession stand on Fairgrounds Road in Lebanon.
    The registration deadline is Aug. 6.
    You can also print the forms from our website at http://www.mcys.webs.com/ and mail a completed application form signed by a notary, along with the registration fee and medical release form to:
    Marion County Youth Soccer
    Attn: Matt Mattingly
    PO Box 840, Lebanon, KY 40033

  • Marion County falls to Nebraska...

    In a back-and-forth game between two teams fighting for survival, Marion County’s 11-12 all stars lost to the Nebraska state champions, 9-7, in the Little League Central Region tournament on Monday.

    With the loss, Marion County drops to 0-2 in pool play. Their final pool play contest is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday against the Iowa state champions.

    The top two teams in the pool will advance to the elimination round, which is scheduled for Thursday.

  • Tough start for Marion County...

    Marion County’s 11-12 softball all-stars played their first game in the Little League Central Region softball tournament Sunday. Unfortunately for the local squad, they lost to Elyria East, the Ohio state champions, 11-4.

    After falling behind 7-0 after two and a half innings, Marion County rallied to score three runs in the bottom of the third inning.

  • Game plan, July 17

    July 21

    Softball

    Central Regional tournament, Marion County vs. Missouri, noon in Indianapolis

    July 22

    Softball

    Central Regional tournament, Marion County vs. Iowa, 4:30 p.m. in Indianapolis

    July 23

    Softball

  • 11-12 year-olds win state...

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise Correspondent 

    Braving a barrage of heat, rain, wind, thunder, lightning, and a tornado warning, the Marion County 11-12-year-old softball team narrowly knocked out Clay County, 3-2, in 11 innings Sunday afternoon at North Laurel Little League in London. 

    The win gave Marion County the title of state champions for the first time in this division. 

  • Jets International

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    Word trickled down through word of mouth and the World Wide Web. It spread like wild fire. Jets Over Kentucky was on.  Last week at the Lebanon-Springfield Airport, jet engines roared and remote control planes performed tricks while people exchanged laughs and jokes about their models, experiences and current events.