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Today's Sports

  • Don't let your hunting...

    Your Kentucky hunting and fishing license will expire in a couple of weeks, on Feb. 29, Benny Kessler's birthday.
    I usually get my new one at the Louisville Boat Show but missed it this year. My preference is for the Sportsman's license. With this deal you'll be able to hunt and fish for everything Kentucky has to offer, except elk.
    Add a federal duck stamp for 2012 and you're ready to go for the year. Deer tags, wild turkey permits (spring and fall), waterfowl, doves and fishing are all included. Sorta like one-stop shopping.

  • Knights defeat Taylor County...

    The Marion County Knights varsity basketball team played the second game of a doubleheader Friday night against Taylor County in a game that would decide the outright winner of the 20th district. After a close game early on, the Knights pulled away and went on to win 67-51.
    After finding themselves in a tie game early in the second half, senior John Southall and sophomore Alex Smith hit three pointers on three straight trips for the Knights to put them on top by nine points. After that point, the Cardinals would never lead again.

  • Lady Knights cruise to victory...

    The Marion County Lady Knights varsity basketball team made the trip to Taylor County to face the Lady Cardinals in their final district game of the season  Friday night.

  • Knights Hang Tough

    The Marion County Knights headed to Bardstown to take on the Tigers on Tuesday night.  After a stellar first half where the Knights led by one point heading into the break,  the defensive pressure by the Tigers stepped up and the baskets would not fall for the Knights in the second half.  Marion County would go on to lose this contest by a final score of 70-50, after hanging tough for much of three quarters.  Senior John Southall led the way for the Knights with 23 points, 15 of those in the first half.

     

  • Knights and Lady Knights clobber...

  • Knights Run Away From Taylor...

    The Marion County Knights headed to Taylor County to take on the Cardinals in a game that would decide the outright winner of the 20th district.  After a close game early on, the Knights pulled away and went on to win 67-51.  After finding themselves in a tie game early in the second half, senior John Southall and sophomore Alex Smith hit three pointers on three straight trips for the Knights to put them on top by nine points.  After that point, the Cardinals would never lead again.

     

  • Lady Knights Crush Taylor County

  • Lady Knights Fight Back; Hang on...

  • Linescores, Feb. 1

    Games for Jan. 9
    Lebanon Middle School Boys Sixth-Grade LMS Patriots 46: D. Cowherd, 15, D. VanCleave, 10, T. Divine, 8, T. Douglas, 3, J. VanCleave, 2, B. Shakur, 2, W. Farmer, 2, D. Sallee, 2, L. Means, 2.
    Bardstown 10                     
     
    Lebanon Middle School Boys Seventh Grade 29: T. Downs, 13, S. Taylor, 4, A. Spalding, 3, D. Hammond, 3, B. Lee, 2, J. Riggs, 2, J. Epps, 2.

  • Hunting with rabbit-tracking dogs

    Last week, Ed Heckle called to ask if I'd like to go rabbit hunting on his "two mules farm." Why "two mules?" I have no idea! To my knowledge, Ed neither currently owns nor has ever owned two mules!
    And, Ed no longer has beagles and neither do I. But, we have a mutual friend who does.
    So, on a pleasant morning, which was so much unlike a "typical" January day, we hooked up with Lonnie Moore and his four bunny busting beagles.