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Today's Sports

  • The end to a perfect season

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

     

    Anxiously waiting the games of Duke/Michigan State and Kentucky/Wisconsin, everyone was determined to know who would win what game.
    No offense to Michigan State, but everyone knew that Duke had that game by the time they walked on the court, and a beat down it was. So who was Duke going to play for the national championship?

  • Still trying to master the art...

    Fishing, one of the most confusing sports/hobbies/obsessions there is!
    Bass, bluegill or crappie, it’s all the same.
    I’m talking about the “learning curve.” They talk about how much easier it is now to catch fish than it was “back in the day.” Mostly, this is attributed to better equipment, i.e. rods, lines and especially electronics.

  • Cecil throws no-hitter

    Jenna Cecil pitched a no-hitter and went 2 for 3 in the Marion County Middle School season opening win.
    Marion County defeated Russell County, 6-0, on March 30.
    Taylor Webb also went 2 for 3 for Marion County.

  • High school soccer meeting is...

    Students who are interested in playing soccer for Marion County High School next season need to attend a meeting at 6 p.m. April 16 in the high school library.
    This is a change from a prior meeting date.
    For more information, contact Coach Greg Conley greg.conley@marion.kyschools.us.
     

  • United Way Tri-County Trifecta...

    United Way is literally off and running for this fall in all three counties served by the local chapter. Tri-County Kentucky United Way, which operates in Marion, Nelson and Washington counties in Kentucky, will be starting its second year of operation as a three-county organization.
    Highlighting this new partnership will be the United Way Tri-County Trifecta, a union of the three signature 5Ks during the campaign months of September and October. Overall winners will be recognized for anyone participating and achieving set standards in all three races.

  • Military Appreciation 5K walk/...

    St. Catharine College is hosting the fourth annual Military Appreciation 5K walk/run on April 18. This year’s theme is “2015 - The Year of the Kentucky Woman Veteran.” SCC will be making a donation to support the women veterans residing in the Thomson-Hood Veterans Home.
    The 5K walk/run will begin at 8 a.m. You can register online at www.active.com or register the day of the event. Registration is $25, and student/military discount is $17.
    All participants will receive a bag of donated goodies for participating and a t-shirt.

  • Campbellsville University...

    The award winning Campbellsville University cheerleaders will be holding cheer and mascot tryouts on Friday, April 17, in the Powell Athletic Center.
    Coach Vanessa Adkins (vladkins@campbellsville.edu), says that the cheerleading clinic will be conducted from 5-9 p.m.
    The university cheerleaders have won five Mid-South Conference championships — four out of the last six — and have qualified for the NAIA championships for the past four seasons.

  • Game Plan, April 8

    April 10

    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Butler, 11 a.m. at Elizabethtown
    Lady Knights vs Bourbon Co, 1 p.m. at Elizabethtown

    April 13
    SOFTBALL
    Adair Co at Lady Knights, 6 p.m.
    TENNIS
    John Hardin at Knights, Lady Knight

    April 14

    BASEBALL
    Knights at Campbellsville, 5:30 p.m.
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights at Taylor Co, 6 p.m.
    TENNIS

  • Lady Knights defeat Boyle County...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Knights strike out Tigers

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent