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Today's Sports

  • Lady Knights look to make history

    Coming off a season that ended in heartbreak in the state championship game, the Marion County High School girls basketball team is ready to get that taste out of their mouths. Even with the loss of four seniors, Head Coach Trent Milby believes that his team can accomplish their goals.  
    "Our expectation is the same as every year, but our main goal is a state title," Milby said. "We have come close and have our sights set on getting the job done this season. Either way it has been a great seven years."

  • Deer hunting envy

    The first weekend is gone as I write this. Saturday morning we were greeted by what would normally be unseasonably warm weather. Then, Sunday gave us a pretty windy day.
    To the best of my knowledge that would be excuse No. 14 for Saturday and No. 20-something for Sunday!
    So that was my 10 to 12 hours each day in a tree stand. Unfortunately, that was the story from the majority of my friends.

  • Deer - Mattingly

    Trevor Mattingly, son of Lisa Mattingly, took his first deer during youth season while hunting with his grandfather, Keith Brock.

  • Changing of the guard

    Jessica and I attended the last game of the 2012 football season Friday night. I have to admit, I'm going to miss making those road trips to the away games, and I know Jessica will miss standing on those sometimes frigid sidelines when it's drizzling rain and taking photographs. OK, so maybe I am kidding about that last part, but I know that she's a football fan at heart, and will miss watching the Knights compete on the football field.

  • Avritt qualifies for state cross...

    The Marion County High School cross country team traveled to Bowling Green to compete in the class AA region 2 championship meet Saturday. The team hoped to qualify for state competition, but came up a bit short. However, Morgan Avritt was able to qualify as an individual. Avritt finished 23rd overall in the girls 5k run.  

  • Football Knights fall to Lakers

    The Marion County High School football team headed to Russell Springs to take on Russell County in the opening round of the playoffs Friday. Russell County entered the game 10-0, and quickly showed why they haven't lost a game this season. After just one quarter of play, the Lakers led 28-0, and never looked back.  

  • The Game Plan, Nov. 7

    Nov. 10
    Cross country
    KHSAA Meet (Lexington)

  • Lebanon Middle girls are the...

    Over the last weekend of October, the Lebanon Middle School 8th grade girls basketball team competed in the middle school state tournament at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington. Last year the team was nipped by Elkhorn 22-20 in the finals to take home runner-up, and the team was forced to settle for the same result this year.

  • Deer season is a good time to...

    It's finally here! This Saturday, Nov. 10, thru Nov. 19 we can hunt with any center fire weapon.
    Course that's us?Marion County?in Zone 3. You can hunt till the 24th in Zones 1 and 2 so get a "Kentucky Hunting & Trapping Guide" to find those counties in 1 and 2!
    Those of you lucky enough to have spent a substantial amount of time in the woods know we're in the middle of a rut right now.

  • Volleyball players earn All-...

    The Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association announced the 2012 All-State Teams Wednesday, with two Marion County Lady Knight volleyball players earning honors. Kyvin Goodin-Rogers and Logan Powell, both seniors, were named to the 2012 KVCA Second-Team All-State (AA). According to Marion County Head Coach David Hibbard, this was the first time ever for Marion County that two players were named to an All-State team.