Today's Sports

  • Tennis players take honors

    The Marion County Knights tennis team held its annual banquet Friday to award some of the players for their performances this past season.

    For the Knights, five players took home honors. Alex Spalding received the 110 percent award, while Michael Spalding and Ryker Cassidy were each awarded the Most Improved Award. The doubles team of Noah Swencki and Jacob Burdette, who made it to state competition this season, received Most Valuable Players honors.

    Lady Knights...

  • Women's Volleyball League...

    Poor Boys                  12-1

    Family Matters           11-2

    Girls Night Out           9-5

    Stewarts Creek          8-6

  • UPDATE: Epps apologizes to...

    Anthony Epps resigned as the Marion County High School boys basketball coach following his arrest early Saturday morning for driving under the influence.

    Epps was arrested June 18, according to Captain David Earl Gribbins of the Marion County Detention Center and Sgt. Mike Luckett with the Lebanon Police Department.

    In an email statement, Epps apologized to his family, friends, the school administration and to the community.

  • Baseball players earn awards

    The Marion County Knights baseball team held their annual awards banquet at Mordecai's Wednesday evening, where several players took home honors for their performances during the 2011 baseball season. 

  • Amateur golf tour plays at...

    Thursday the Kentucky Senior Amateur Golf Tour came to the Rosewood Golf Club to hold their tournament. The 19 golfers who participated in the tournament, were divided into four flights based on their handicaps. The top flight contained only one golfer, Jim Rollins from Louisville, who shot a 78. 

  • Passing of a Legend

    I was saddened and shocked at the same time when I learned of the unexpected death of Joe Bell recently. I had gotten to know Bell through numerous past experiences and was proud to consider him a friend. Bell coached me at different levels of baseball throughout my youth, and I always enjoyed those times. I thought that I could pay tribute to Bell through my experiences with him. I'm going to take each letter of Bell's name, and write a short memoir of what he will be remembered for.

    J - Jolly.

  • Little League Life

  • Linescores


    First Round - June 6

    Athletics 8, Rockies 3

    Reds 13, Dodgers 7

    June 8

    Winners Bracket Final

    Reds 11, Athletics 10

    Consolation bracket 1st Round

    Dodgers 12, Rockies 4

    June 10

    Consolation Bracket Final

  • Old timer's play ball!

    Friday evening, on the first night of the Bradfordsville Old Mill Days, an old timer's softball game was held at the ball field. Seventeen men and women over the age of 45 showed up to compete in this year's game. The players were split up into two teams as evenly as possible, one team named the All-Stars and the other being the Legends. The All-Stars ended up defeating the Legends by a final score of 12-11. Each player received a medal for participating in the game.

  • Let's talk lures

    Last week, I lost a good friend and former co-worker. While Chief Joe Bell will be remembered for many things, I have a picture in my mind that sums up how I'll always remember him.

    My image is of a Ford pickup truck... Lord knows it had to be a Ford! Filling the bed of the truck and hanging out every window is a Little League baseball player. His team... someone else's team... didn't matter!