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Today's Sports

  • Spalding makes All Region

    Marion County senior Austin Spalding capped off a solid season by being selected to the 16-member All Region team.

    Spalding joins Fifth Region stars such as Bryton Taylor, Deshawn Curtis, Kyle Sandusky, Roosevelt Emerson and James Berry on the list.

    Campbellsville cleaned up this year with senior Bryton Taylor earning Player of the Year honors and Tim Davis winning the Coach of the Year award.

    Spalding finished the regular season averaging 16.4 points and 6.1 rebounds per game.

     

  • Lady Knights win first round...

    The Marion County Lady Knights defeated North Hardin, 59-38, in the first round of the Fifth Region tournament Monday night.

    Marion County will play Green County at 5 p.m. Central time (6 p.m. Eastern) Friday at Hart County. Green County defeated Bardstown, 63-49, in their first-round game.

  • Lady Knights grab two key wins

    Marion County received two much needed tests last week before entering postseason play this week.

    A highly touted match up against Mercy Academy at the Roby Dome brought fans out in droves while a grudge match against Nelson County proved to be a second half slugfest.

    The Lady Knights opened up 20th District tournament play on Tuesday against Campbellsville. If they won that game they will play in the finals at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Campbellsville.

    Marion County 69, Mercy 53

  • JV and freshman finish up

    The Marion County boy's junior varsity and freshman basketball teams recently finished out there seasons.

    The junior varsity finished with an 11-11 record while the freshman ended up with a 7-6 record.

    Marion County 56, LaRue County 49

    The junior varsity Knights closed out the season with a win at LaRue County on Friday night. Josh Brockman led the way with 18 points and Jared Vaughn chipped in 14 as the Knights used a big fourth quarter to maintain control.

    Marion 20 13 13 10 - 56

    LaRue 10 9 15 15 - 49

  • Lady Knights barrel towards...

    One regular season game stands between the Lady Knights and their quest for postseason perfection.

    Marion County hosts Nelson County on Friday at 7:30 p.m. to end the regular season. Nelson County (14-9) features a healthy Samantha Drake, one of the top players in the region and state.

    Since Nelson County star senior Samantha Drake was a freshman, the Cards and the Lady Knights have played seven times. Marion County has won four of those games - two at home, one at Nelson County and one on a neutral site.

  • Knights beat border rival

    The Marion County Knights knocked off Washington County last week and lost a fourth quarter lead to drop a second game against Nelson County. They look to gain momentum in the final week of the regular season if the weather permits.

    Marion County 49, Washington County 39

    The Knights survived an inside attack in the second half to hold on for a 10-point win over border rival Washington County at home on Friday.

  • Lady Knights cruise

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  • Knights face busy week

    If the weather permits the Marion County Knights will have a flurry of games to finish out the regular season.

    A game scheduled against East Jessamine on Monday will be moved to Wednesday night if the original date is rescheduled.

    East Jessamine (12-13) played in the Mordecai's Holiday Homecoming Classic this year. They have played several mutual opponents and usually fared the same as Marion County.

  • Linescores

    SUNDAY

    Marion County Youth Basketball League

    8- and 9-year-old boys

    at St. Charles Middle School

    Sonics 29: Austin Graves 6, Patrick Leake 3, Jacob Goodin 2, Andrew Kelty 2, Colby Hood 7, Nicholas Kaminski 2, Jacob Mattingly 6 and Trevor Mattingly 1.

    Bucks 20: Connor Cornish 2, Daniel Hamilton 1, Christopher Barlow 6, Tanner Hutchins 4, Kelly Mattingly 6 and Ethan Spalding 1.

    Pacers 25:

    Ashton Lanham 4, Dalton Sallee 1, Ty Walston 1, Travis Wiser 8, Derek Mattingly 3, Jared Reynolds 1 and Logan Spalding 7.

  • Lady Knights look tough

    Marion County cruised to a crucial Fifth Region victory over Elizabethtown on Thursday at E'town to demonstrate their dominance over region opponents this season and advance their overall record to 24-1.

    A win over Taylor County on Friday night at Taylor extended their winning streak to 12 games.

    Marion County 65, Taylor County 28

    "We were a little sluggish and figured that would be the case," Lady Knights Head Coach Trent Milby said. "We were still playing pretty good considering. We played really good defense on them."