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Today's Sports

  • Powell signs with Norfolk State

    Marion County Lady Knight senior Logan Powell signed with Norfolk State University in Virginia last week to play basketball. Pictured with Powell, standing from left, are Marion County High School Athletic Director/Assistant Principal Robby Peterson, Jalen Powell, Kendyl Powell, Marion County High School Principal Stacey Hall and Marion County Head Coach Trent Milby; seated from left are Powell’s mother Dietra Briscoe, Logan Powell, and Powell’s grandmother Hilda Powell.
     

  • Preseason Girls Basketball...

    Girls High School Basketball Preview

    Coaches' Top 25 Poll

    (First Place Votes in parentheses)

    Team

    1. Marion County (64)

    2. DuPont Manual (12)

    3. Paul Dunbar

    4. Owensboro Catholic

    5. Assumption (1)

    6. Mercy

    7. Butler

    8. Madison Central

    9. Elizabethtown

    10. Lincoln County

    11. Sacred Heart

    12. Perry Co. Central

    13. Ballard

    14. Montgomery Co.

    15. Anderson County

    16. Notre Dame

  • Aquaknights primed to break...

    The Aquaknights are in the process of preparing for the upcoming season, which begins on Nov. 27 with a home meet against Nelson County at the Lebanon Aquatic Center. The swim team has enjoyed increases in numbers of athletes over the past couple of seasons.
    "We have increased our team from 15 swimmers to 35," Head Coach Holly Buckman said. "We have many new swimmers from Lebanon Middle School especially eighth graders that in a year or two will be very competitive, which can only be good for Marion County."

  • Avritt competes at state cross...

    Marion County High School senior Morgan Avritt competed in the class 2A state cross country meet Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. Avritt competed in the 5k run and finished in 23:27.24, placing her just outside the top 100 in 121st place.  

  • A night to relax

    So in Josh's column last week, he made a statement that I would miss standing on the sidelines of Knights football games. Just to clarify, he meant for this season. I think some people who read the column or maybe just skimmed parts of it, thought that Josh and I were quitting our job as sports correspondents for the Enterprise. However, that is not the case. We are eager to begin covering our third season of basketball and swimming, the winter sports whose regular season games and meets start at the end of this month.

  • The Game Plan, Nov. 14

    Nov. 16
    Basketball
    Knights scrimmage vs. Clinton County (Campbellsville University)

    Nov. 17
    Basketball
    Lady Knights scrimmage vs. Owensboro Catholic in the Rick Bolus Shootout (Bullitt East)

    Nov. 19
    Basketball
    Knights Basketball Mid "Knight" Madness (8 p.m.)

  • Industrial Basketball Tournament...

    The Lebanon Elementary FRC will be hosting an Industrial Basketball Tournament at Lebanon Middle School during the weekend of Dec. 28-30.
    Interested teams must consist of workers who are employed at least 20 hours per week at their companies.
    Teams eligible to compete must be based in Marion, Nelson, Taylor, Casey, Washington or Boyle counties or be entirely comprised of Marion County residents working at one other corporation (i.e. Ford). For companies with less than 50 full-time workers, married spouses may also play.

  • Knights have high expectations

    The Marion County High School boys basketball team has been practicing for nearly a month, and is looking forward to beginning their season soon. The Knights will open up play with a pair of preseason scrimmages. On Friday night, the Knights will travel to Campbellsville University to take on Clinton County in the first of the scrimmages. Tip-off is set for 7:45 p.m.  

  • 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.