Today's Sports

  • Women taking over the woods

    By Casey Sowers

    Enterprise Correspondent

    Some say hunting isn’t a sport and some say it is. Even though it’s not an “all-around-contact athletic event,” it’s still a sport to 12.5 million people, including1.2 million women. That’s 16 percent and the percentage keeps rising, according to womenanglers.us (http://goo.gl/RyKsw1).

  • Lady Knights adjusting to...

    Making the transition from high school to college can be a challenge.

    That’s true in the classroom and on a basketball court, as two former Lady Knights, Evelyn Taylor and Patrice Tonge have learned firsthand. Taylor and Tonge are first cousins, and they are both members of the St. Catharine College Lady Patriots basketball team, which competes in the NAIA’s Mid-South Conference.

  • Local gymnasts heading to state...

     Every member of the Fit Kids gymnastics teams qualified for the state gymnastics meet based on their performances at the Thanksgiving Classic, which was held Nov. 22-23 in Park Hills. The state meet is scheduled for March of 2015.

    Here is a rundown of how each gymnast performed (the results are within their respective age division):

  • Hunting ducks: A Thanksgiving...

     First, I’d like to tell you that the picture at the head of my column last week was of yours truly and not Nick Schrager!

    It’s not that “I’m” upset. It’s more that I hate to see a nice guy like Nick saddled with a mug like mine!


  • Deer photo: Wheatley

     Evan Wheatley, 7, killed this eight-point deer on the opening morning of deer season in Raywick. He is the son of Joey and Leslie Wheatley.

  • Game Plan, Dec. 3

    Dec. 4


    John Hardin at Lady Knights, 7:30 p.m.


    Dec. 5


    Russell Co at Knights, 7:30 p.m.


    Dec. 9

  • Knights, Lady Knights tip-off...

    Marion County basketball fans will have to hit the road if they want to watch local teams play in their season openers.

    Monday, Dec. 1, the Lady Knights will be heading to Bardstown for a 7:30 p.m.  game against the Lady Tigers, while the Knights will visit the Casey County Rebels at 8 p.m. The Knights will return to the road Tuesday, Dec. 2, for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off against the Bardstown Tigers.

    Lady Knights

  • Epps is ready to shine for...

     By Jennifer Smith

    Lexington Herald-Leader

    There were times in the recruiting process when Matthew Mitchell wasn’t sure what he would get from Makayla Epps.

    He saw game after game of the Marion County point guard and frequently walked away perplexed.

  • Lady Knights duo helping UK women

     While the men’s basketball team gets more attention, the Kentucky Wildcats women’s team is 4-0 on the season, which includes a 74-64 win over Baylor on Nov. 14.

    And former two Lady Knights are playing key roles this season.

    Makayla Epps is averaging 12.3 points, five rebounds, and 3.25 assists per game for UK so far this season.

  • Local hunters help Wounded...

    With hunting season in full swing, many fathers and sons are bringing home deer for the dinner table. One group in Marion County however, brought the joys of hunting to those who need it most – wounded veterans.