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Today's Sports

  • 2011 football season set to...

    Marion County High School Head Football Coach Jeff Robbins is expecting this year to be different than any other year he’s been at MCHS.
    “This year, more than any of the previous seven that I have been here, we will rely upon a team effort,” Robbins said. “We have no superstars on the team this year. We do have several solid high school football players and if they will play together, believe in each other, and trust each other they can be very dangerous.”

  • 2011 Volleyball Schedule

     

     

     

           Marion County Lady Knights Volleyball

    2011 Season Schedule

     

     

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  • Linescores 8-10-11

    Bradfordsville Co-ed Softball League Standings

    Shuffet’s     3-0
    Old Schoo    l 2-1
    The Crew     2-1
    New Scrappens     1-3
    Gangsters     0-3

  • Fall basketball signups

    Fall Little League Baseball sign-ups will be held again this Friday from 4-6 p.m. at the Graham Memorial Park. League is for 2012 age groups 9-12.
    Contact Tim Peterson at (270) 940-0351 for more details.

  • World Series bound

    A 12-year-old softball player with ties to Lebanon is playing on a team from Louisville that has qualified for the Babe Ruth World Series in Andalusia, Ala.  Kristen Smith, daughter of Brad and Patti Smith of Louisville, plays on the Fern Creek all-star team. Smith is also the granddaughter of Mimi Thomas and the late Sam B. Thomas from Lebanon.

  • SCC trainer will call Little...

    At 24 years of age, Justin Farr is young to be a college athletic trainer.
    But Farr, in his first year as the trainer at St. Catharine College, finds himself in even older company in his secondary occupation, that of an accomplished umpire.
    And accomplished would very well describe Farr’s umpiring credentials as the native of Clarksville, Ind., has already called balls and strikes in some prestigious venues.
    The most recent call came from the Little League World Series where he will umpire the softball World Series in Portland, Oregon in this month.

  • Summer Slam Classic
  • Duncan wins first in division at...

    Keegan Duncan, 14, won first place in his division in the Midwest Nationals wrestling competition in Bloomington, Ill., recently.
    Duncan is the grandson of David and Evelyn Wise of Calvary and the nephew of Curtis Wise also of Calvary. He is the son of Sabrina and Kelly Duncan of Goshen in Oldham County.

  • Girls wrap up scrimmage

    The Marion County High School volleyball team kicked off their season last week with three scrimmages, two against Green County and Casey County on Tuesday of last week and the other against Bardstown on Thursday. When asked about his team’s play in the scrimmages, Head Coach David Hibbard said that both scrimmages gave him the chance to see what some of his younger players have and how the team would respond to adversity.