Today's Sports

  • Shooting crows, but not ready to...

     Once again I’m looking at an early deadline as I write this! And, once again it’ll be short. The upside is that you’ll have to wade through so much less  ****!  I’m figuring you know what I’m talking about!

    Tried something the other day. Course my grandfather and his “eat what ya kill” philosophy would have been pretty disappointed, but I just couldn’t stomach “eating crow.”

  • Linescores, Jan. 22

     Marion County Youth Basketball

    Jan. 11-12 at Lebanon Middle School

    Girls 7-9 League

    Fever 15 (2-2):  Michaela May 1, Alyssa Price 4, Alexis Wheeler 4, Denisha Epps 6

    Dream 23 (2-2):  Danasia Cowherd 10, Olivia Livers 4, Marissa Nulle 2, Aubrey Spalding 2, D’Asya Spalding 4, Ann Preslee Thompson 1


  • Tonight's basketball games...

    The Marion County High School basketball games at Adair County scheduled for tonight, Jan. 21, have been cancelled, Marion County Athletic Director Robby Peterson announced.

    Those games have been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 3.

  • Tonight's basketball games...

    The Marion County High School boys and girls basketball games with Campbellsville scheduled for Friday night, Jan. 17, have been cancelled due to the weather, according to Marion County Athletics Director Robby Peterson.

  • The Game Plan, Jan. 15

    Jan. 17

    Campbellsville at Lady Knights, 6:30 p.m.
    Campbellsville at Knights, 8 p.m.

    Jan. 18

  • Going pro in Kentucky

    By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

  • Knights gets eighth straight win...

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Lady Knights take control early...

    Fans’ spirits were high when the Lady Knights dealt defeat to their rivals, the Washington County Commanderettes on Jan. 11.
    The Lady Knights ran over their opponent, 52-39.
    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said that while there were ups and downs in the game, he could see where the Lady Knights (7-7) had improved.
    “The good thing is we came away with the win,” Epps said.

  • More fun, wins for Knights

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Lady Knights learning and...

    It’s been six weeks since the Marion County Lady Knights first hit the court this season, and as they prepare to hit the halfway point, it has already proven to be one heck of a ride.
    “It’s mainly been a learning experience for them,” Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said.
    The Lady Knights (7-7), who are spending the season learning, rebuilding and playing, have experienced both ups and downs on the on the court.