Today's Sports

  • St. Catharine teams start New...

    An appropriate Christmas gift for the St. Catharine College basketball programs would have been a credit card for gasoline purchases. Both Patriot teams could put that to good use as they open the new year with three consecutive Mid-South Conference road games.

    Play begins Thursday with the Patriots visiting UVA-Wise. They follow that with Saturday's game at Pikeville and continue their road trip Jan. 14 at Campbellsville. The first home game of the new year is Jan. 19 against Cumberlands.

  • Hunters and fishermen: Resolve...
  • First buck for Burchell

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    Lucas Burchell, age 12, bagged his first buck, a 12-pointer, during muzzleloader season. He is the son of Jeremy Burchell and Marlena and Bobby Jo Wilcher. He also filled a doe tag while hunting in Illinois.    

  • Moore deer

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    Joe Moore Sr. killed this 12-point deer Dec. 17 on Hwy. 68.   

  • First deer for Gordon

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     Lee Ann Gordon, daughter of Lee and Dorinda Gordon, got her first deer, a doe, on her grandparent’s farm in Raywick during the October 2011 youth hunt.    

  • Knights pick up 10th win

         The Marion County Knights claimed a victory over Monroe County, 74-63, in the third place game at the Citizens Bank/Campbellsville University Holiday Classic.  The win pushes the Knights record to 10-5 on the season.  After a few days off, the Knights will be back in action for the first home game since December 6th, when they host Boyle County January 10th.


    MCHS     18     25    13     18  -  74

  • Epps Crushes Point Record

         The Lady Knights completed their quest for the title of the Mercer County/Harrodsburg Tourism Titan Christmas Clash by defeating the hosting Mercer County Lady Titans.  After a bit of a slow start, the Lady Knights pulled away and came away with the victory.  The team won't play again until next Saturday when they travel to Lexington Catholic.


    MCHS     10     20     17     13  -  60

  • Knights lose to Covington Holmes

         In the semi-finals of the Citizens Bank/Campbellsville University Holiday Classic, the Marion County Knights were defeated by Covington Holmes 58-44.  With the loss, the Knights are now 9-5 on the season and will play Monroe County tomorrow evening at 6:00 P.M. in the third place game of the tournament.


    MCHS     12     12     8     12  -  44

  • Epps Flirts With Point Record

         The Marion County Lady Knights made quick work of the Lady Cardinals of Sheldon Clark.  In the semi-finals of the Mercer County/Harrodsburg Tourism Titan Christmas Clash, the Lady Knights racked up a 41 point victory.  Marion County led by 22 at the half, and expanded the lead throughout the second half.  The Lady Knights will play in the finals tomorrow night at 7:30 P.M. against the host team Mercer County.


  • Knights Win OT Thriller

        Behind a career high 27 points from senior John Southall, the Knights won their first game in the Citizens Bank/Campbellsville University Holiday Classic.  Sophomore Latrelle Irvin, who added 21 points of his own, connected on the second of two free throw attempts with just 0.5 seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.  In the extra session, the Knights dominated and came away with the six point victory.  With the victory, the Knights will face Covington Holmes at 8:30 P.M. tomorrow night.