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Today's Sports

  • Pigskin Classic

    The Marion County Knights football team hosted Clay County in the second game of the 2011 Pigskin Classic Saturday evening. After coming off of a 48-21 loss to Russell County last week, the Knights looked to even their record. After allowing the Tigers to score midway through the first quarter, the Knights had to fight back to stay in the game. Marion County would climb back into the game and tie the game at halftime, 14-14.  

  • 8-24-11 Linescores

    Monday of last week
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 31 (record: 1-0): Abby Turner 8, Kenlee Stout 6, Alex Thomas 6, Allison Maupin 5, Morgan Mattingly 4, Caroline Reed 2.
    at Bloomfield 19
    St. Charles     9 10 8 4 – 31
    Bloomfield     4 7 3 5 – 19

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 26 (record: 0-1): Morgan Mattingly 14, Caroline Reed 5, Abby Maupin 4, Allison Maupin 2, Savannah Goode 1.
    at Bloomfield 30
    St. Charles     6 6 10 4 – 26

  • Carrico is runner up in golf tour
  • Teams land second place finishes

    The Knights and Lady Knights golf teams each played in two matches last week, with both teams playing in an invitational Saturday as well. Both the boys and girls played Taylor County and Campbellsville at home at Rosewood Golf Club Monday of last week. On Tuesday, the teams traveled to play Adair County at Lindsey Wilson Golf Club. Saturday, the boys golf team played in the Garrard County Invitational, while the girls played in the Grayson County Invitational.

  • Tourney Champs
  • Girls stay undefeated

     

  • Abell wins Rosewood tournament

     

  • Football is back

     

  • Coach resigns; going back home

    After six years of coaching the Marion County High School swim team, Colleen Ryan has resigned.
    Ryan recently submitted her letter of resignation and will be moving back to her hometown of Madison, Sough Dakota, to accept a position of teaching English as a second language at Dakota State University.
    “It was a difficult decision to resign, and leaving my swimmers was one of the toughest parts,” Ryan said.

  • MCHS golf teams have a good week

    The Marion County High School boys and girls golf teams had a successful week.  The boys and girls teams each picked up a pair of wins and the junior varsity boys team also collected a victory.
    “I was pleased with the results of this week, even though we still aren’t playing our best golf,” Head Coach Chad Spalding said. “It is still very early in the season and look for our guys to continue to improve in the next few weeks.”