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Today's Sports

  • Knights suffer two district loses

    The Marion County Knights baseball team dropped two games last week, losing to district rivals Adair County and Campbellsville. Although both games were played at Dave Hourigan Field, the Knights couldn’t manage to pull out the victories, taking their overall record to 5-6 and their district record to 0-2.

    At home vs. Campbellsville...
    The Knights baseball team took on Campbellsville Thursday. The Knights could only manage one run on four hits, while allowing Campbellsville to pick up six runs on eight hits. Marion County lost the game 6-1.

  • Cheerleading coaches needed at...

    Marion County High School has openings for cheerleading coaches. Experience with cheerleading and leadership roles is essential. Contact Stacey Hall at Marion County High School if interested, (270) 692-6066.

  • Wells’ stock has risen on the...

    By Joshua Ball
    The Daily Independent

    Editor’s note: This story is being reprinted with permission from The Daily Independent in Ashland, Ky. Coach Kelly Wells was the head coach of the Marion County Knights in the late 1990s.

    PIKEVILLE - Kelly Wells is a national champion, NAIA National Coach of the Year and, more importantly, a survivor.

  • Varsity baseball tournament...

    Marion County was scheduled to play in a varsity baseball tournament at North Hardin today, April 16.

    That tournament has been cancelled.

  • JV baseball game at Anderson...

    The Marion County High School junior varsity baseball team was scheduled to play at Anderson County tonight, April 15, but that game has been cancelled.

  • Knights lose to Bethlehem


    In their only game of the week, the Marion County Knights baseball team traveled to Bardstown to take on Bethlehem Thursday. The game would go back and forth throughout, with each side trading runs. In the bottom of the seventh, with the game tied at five, Bethlehem took advantage of two errors to grab the go ahead run and defeat the Knights by a score of 6-5.
    Head Coach Chad Spalding discussed his team’s performance.

  • State Champ

    Taura Miles is no typical teenager.
    Sure, she goes to school each day, but as most teenagers head home or ride around town, Miles travels to Bardstown, where she works out at the Fit Kids Sports Center for two to four hours each day. Miles is a gymnast, a level nine gymnast, that has been a state champion the past two years.  Level ten is the highest attainable rating by USA gymnastics, the governing body of gymnastic competitions. Last year, only 17 gymnasts in Kentucky were classified as either a level nine or ten gymnast.

  • Time management is the key to...

    Some people may call my life stressful. Yes, it can be stressful at times.
    However, I choose to use the word busy. As most of you know, I am a fourth-grade teacher at A.C. Glasscock Elementary School and since December, I am one of the two sports correspondents for The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Oh, did I mention I am married to Josh, the other sports correspondent, and I have a 22-month-old daughter named Karli?
    So, to be successful at what I do, it is a necessity for me to be a good time manager.

  • Lady Knights compete in classic

    By Josh and Jessica Veatch
    sports@lebanonenterprise.com

  • KCCR roars back to Marion County

    The Kentucky Cross Country racing circuit came to Marion County to hold its first event of the season April 3. The event was held on a six-mile course on land owned by Kenneth Tucker near Bradfordsville. The course was designed by the owner of the circuit, Mike Husband, who along with his wife, Joni, take care of administrative duties for the KCCR.