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Today's Sports

  • Lancers win back-to-back titles

    Elton Scott was a game changer three times in the final seven minutes for the Lebanon Lancers in the Kentucky Basketball Developmental League championship game on Saturday at the Roby Dome.

    Lucky for the Lancers, he atoned for a late technical foul after slamming the ball on the court just as the Lancers lost the lead they held all game.

    After leading a tight game for nearly three-and-a-half quarters, the Lancers slipped and the River City Gamblers went up 80-79 with 7:20 to play. The lead would grow to six points after Scott's technical.

  • Lady Celtics continue winning...

    The Marion County Lady Celtics continued their winning ways recently, dismantling their competition and winning the Midwest Youth Tournament at the MidAmerica Sports Center in Louisville.

    The Midwest Youth Tournament featured six other teams from other states.

  • Lady Knights volleyball team...

    The Marion County High School Knights volleyball team competed in the Asbury Summer Slam Tournament at Asbury College recently.

    The Knights played six junior varsity and varsity matches over two days at Asbury College. There were a total of 12 teams at the tournament including Lafayette, Allen Central, Anderson County, Green County and Pulaski County. Some teams brought more than one squad.  

    "The goal of this tournament is to gain some competitive experience for any team that wants to come," Knights Head Coach David Hibbard said.

  • Baseball Knights awards announced

    Marion County High School baseball Head Coach Chad Spalding recently announced the team award winners at the baseball banquet.

  • Sports briefs: Rosewood hosting...

     

    Rosewood to host charity skins game

    Rosewood will host its second annual charity skins game on June 20, with many events happening before the main showdown.

    On June 19, the 2009 Calcutta auction will take place. Happy Hour begins at 7 p.m. and the auction begins at 8 p.m. 90 percent of Calcutta money goes toward prizes. 

  • Disc golf tourney expands

    The second annual Lebanon Disc Golf Open expanded its field to over twice as many participants from last year, with 66 total players trying to navigate the technically challenging course. When the dust settled after two rounds of play, Will Schusterick emerged as the open division champion. After two rounds he was 19 under par, edging course designer David Greenwell by four strokes (15 under par).

  • Lancers miss the mark

    A last second three clanged off the rim, securing a 92-89 victory for the Southern Ohio Generals.

    It's one of several missed opportunities for the Lebanon Lancers in the final three minutes of their game Saturday night at the Roby Dome.

    Marlis Scott's contested three would have knotted the game at 91-91 and forced overtime but it was just one shot in a string of many that just wouldn't fall.

    Playing from behind most of the game, the Lancers finally caught up to the Generals with three minutes to play in a physical match up.

  • Lebanon Disc Golf Open features...

    Nearly 100 disc golfers will descend on Graham Memorial Park's scenic professional level 18-hole course Saturday, June 13.

    This is a Professional Disc Golf Association sanctioned pro-am B-tier event that features Hall of Famers David Greenwell of Louisville and Rick Voakes of Bowling Green.

    There are 90 spots in the field open on a first come, first served basis to all divisions. All players compete in two rounds and are eligible for awards and door prizes. There is a minimum $2,000 purse.

  • Little League action

    The Diamondbacks played the Mariners Friday night at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon.

  • Spalding gets the nod

    The man who says for a long time he was better known as the baseball head coach who used to play basketball for Marion County High School will return to the hardwood after focusing solely on baseball for the past 13 years.