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Today's Sports

  • Archery team headed to state for...

    For the eighth year in a row, Lebanon Middle School will be sending its archery team to the state meet.

    Lebanon Middle placed second overall in middle school team competition over the last two weeks at the NASP Region 5 tournament held at LMS. Lebanon Middle hosted the region tournament for the second consecutive year.

    James T. Alton claimed first overall while Bardstown Middle School took third overall. West Hardin Middle, St. Charles Middle and North Washington Middle School rounded out the top six.

  • Epps claims tourney MVP

    After the dust settled on the Fifth Region tournament, several Lady Knights were named to the Fifth Region tournament team. Freshman Makayla Epps took home Most Outstanding Player honors, averaging 22 points per game during a three game stretch.

    Sophomore Bre Elder, freshman Kyvin Goodin-Rogers, junior Brooke Roberts and freshman Makayla Epps were named to the Fifth Region All-Tournament team.

    Epps, Roberts and Goodin-Rogers took home player of the game awards during the first round, semifinals and finals.

     

  • Lady Knights face Mercy in first...

    In a battle between two top 10 teams, Marion County looks to escape the first round unscathed in their regular season rematch with Mercy Academy (23-8).

    In their last battle, the Lady Knights used a strong second half to thump Mercy 69-53 at the Roby Dome. Freshman Kyvin Goodin-Rogers had a breakout game with 25 points, 16 rebounds and six blocks.

  • Players named to all-district...

    After the dust settled on the 20th District tournament, several Lady Knights were named to the regular season and postseason all-district teams.

    Marion County High School junior Ann Morgan Reynolds was named to the 20th District All-Academic team along with others from Adair, Taylor and Campbellsville.

    Sophomore Bre Elder, freshman Kyvin Goodin-Rogers and freshman Makayla Epps were named to the 20th District All-Season team as well as the All-Tournament team.

    Also named to the All-Tournament team were freshman Patrice Tonge and senior Andrea King.

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  • Marion County girls are dreaming...

    Now the real season begins.

    After bowing out in the Fifth Region final last season, on the brink of the state tournament, this Lady Knights team looks to make a title run through the Fifth Region tournament.

    For Marion County (30-1), that run began against North Hardin (13-13) on Monday night in Hart County. The Lady Knights won 59-38 after only leading 27-23 at the half. Makayla Epps walked away with player of the game honors.

  • Milby wins coach of the year

    Marion County High School girl's basketball Head Coach Trent Milby was recently named as the Fifth Region Coaches Association Coach of the Year.

    Milby has led his team to a 30-1 record and their fourth consecutive district title as of press time. The Lady Knights are currently the favorite heading into the Fifth Region tournament and, if they survive, will be the likely favorite heading into the state tournament.

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  • Peterson fired as boy's...

    After swirling rumors for at least the last two seasons, Marion County High School administrators fired Tim Peterson as the boy's basketball head coach on Friday.

    Peterson, who has been under heavy scrutiny over several seasons, wasn't shocked at the decision.

    "I had a feeling back in the middle of January. Things weren't going well and we couldn't pull out of our skid," Peterson said. "From then on out I was just trying to turn it around."

  • Mother Nature messes with tryouts

    For the first time in his coaching career at Marion County, baseball Head Coach Chad Spalding had to cancel try outs last week due to snow.

    In 14 years, snow has never messed with baseball tryouts.

    Due to the set backs, Spalding still had one day of tryouts earlier this week.

    "Lack of gym availability makes it tough to finish up try outs. We want to give the kids a fair chance," Spalding said.

    Spalding said he'd rather see the players show off their skills outdoors but the weather has been a deciding factor.

  • Knights skid into postseason

    A promising start to the regular season ended Saturday night at Bryan Station as the Marion County Knights lost their fourth in a row and their 15th in the last 17 games.

    Knights senior Austin Spalding missed three of the last four games, all of which the Knights struggled. Junior Kendrick Knopp, one of the state's best three point shooters, also missed the East Jessamine game.