Today's Sports

  • Cross Country competes in...

    The Marion County Middle School girls cross country team and the elementary girls and boys cross country teams competed in the Danville Christian Academy Invitational Monday of last week, their last race of the season.

    The meet was held at Millennium Park in Danville, and the Marion County Middle School girls had two runners to run the race, Meredith Bartley and Skyler McCarty. They placed fourth as a team, competing against six schools. Forty-one total runners competed, with Bartley finishing 17th with a time of 15:04 and McCarty placing 35th with a time of 18:01.

  • Bass Anglers awards banquet is...




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  • Baseball
  • 11-2-11 Linescores

    Girls’ Basketball
    Conference tournament at Lebanon Middle School
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 29 (record 10-8): Morgan Mattingly 12, Alex Thomas 7, Kenlee Stout 4, Abby Turner 4, Caroline Reed 2.
    Bardstown 51.
    St. Charles    10 6 10 3 - 29
    Bardstown    8 17 10 16 - 51

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 18 (record 12-7): Morgan Mattingly 14, Caroline Reed 2, Abby Jo Maupin 2.
    Anderson County 47.

  • Knights fall in finale

    The Marion County Knights football team hosted the Anderson County Bearcats on senior night Friday. In a back-and-forth game, the Bearcats prevailed, 42-33.
    The Knights (3-7) enter the postseason as the fourth seed in their district.
    On their opening kickoff, Anderson County caught the Knights off guard and recovered a pooch kick. The Bearcats took the early 7-0 lead on a touchdown pass with 10:06 left in the opening quarter.

  • Oh, what a week!




  • Knights falter late in 41-18 loss

    The Marion County High School football team took on the Lexington Catholic Knights at John J. Boswell field Friday. Lexington Catholic entered the game as a top three ranked team in the state of Kentucky. During the first half, Marion County played exceptionally well and hung in there with Lexington Catholic.  However, in the second half Knights of Lexington Catholic would show why they are so highly ranked and began to pull away from Marion County.