Today's Sports

  • Women, Warriors

    By Nick Schrager
    Summer intern

    Editor's note: This is the second story in a two-part series about local competitors training for the upcoming Warrior Dash June 23 at Popes Creek in Lebanon.

    The Warrior Dash, a fierce competition that puts the mind, body and soul to the test, is just a few days away, and while many people associate warriors with men, several local women are redefining the word "warrior."

  • 9-10 baseball tournament winners

    The Angels were the winners of the 9-10-year-old Marion County Little League Baseball Tournament. Pictured are, front row, from left, Patrick Reed, Samuel Thompson, Parker Barnett, Chase Miles and Javon Adams; second row, Darren O'Bryan, Will Fowler, Davis Rafferty, Zachary Wells, Landon Rakes and Brennan Hamilton; back row, Head Coach Jim Reed, Asst. Coach Jerry Fowler, Asst. Coach Mitch Rafferty, Asst. Coach Kenny Barnett, and Asst. Brian Miles. They were sponsored by The Law Office of Jerry Fowler.

  • Minor League regular season...

    Pictured are the Minor League regular season champions. They are, front row from left, Dallas Cox, Dylan Gibson, Austin Reynolds, Keaton Spalding, Nathan Tungate and A.J. Pirkle; second row, Gabe Nelson, Kaedyn Cowherd, Grant Brown, Ethan Allendar, Tyler Reynolds and Brice Pirkle; back row, coaches Johnny Nelson, Chris Brown, Brian Pirkle and Sandy Pirkle.

  • St. Catharine signing

    Blair Gorley signs a swimming scholarship   with St. Catharine as (seated) MCHS golf coach Chad Spalding and Blair’s mother, Deborah Thompson, look on. Standing are MCHS athletic director Robby Peterson, SCC golf coach Joan Rizer, and SCC swimming coach Mike Carey.

  • Softball runner-up

    The Rays, sponsored by Energy Insurance of Lebanon, came in second place in the end of season tournament. They are, top row from left, Abby Ford, Jayla Cowherd, Lindsey Robbins, Kendell Benningfield, Olivia Gaddie and Morgan Tungate; bottom row from left, Assistant Coach Jimmy Mattingly, Becca Hayes, Avery Smith, Cassidy Logsdon, Abby Scott, Head Coach Jonathon Spalding and Jenny Mattingly.

  • MCHS baseball awards presented...

    The Marion County High School baseball team held their postseason annual awards banquet on June 5. 

    Several members of the team were recognized for their performances on the field during the season. 

    Dylan Spalding was awarded the most valuable player along with the most valuable pitcher. 

    The freshman award went to Jeremy Morris while the junior varsity award went to Robbie Spalding. 

  • Local All-Star

    Former Marion County Lady Knight basketball standout Bre Elder joined the Kentucky Girls All-Stars in a two-game sweep of the Indiana Girls All-Stars over the weekend.

    The teams played Friday at Freedom Hall in Louisville and again Saturday at the Bankers Life Fieldhous in Indianapolis.

    Friday, the Kentucky girls won 75-47 in the first game of the 2012 Kentucky vs. Indiana All-Star Classic. 

  • The week in sports

    As I sit at my computer typing my column this week, I have a heavy heart. It's hard to think of something to write, so I chose to take a look back at last week in the sports world, coming up with two sporting events that I wanted to discuss.

  • Goodin-Rogers decommits from...

    Marion County High School senior to be Kyvin Goodin-Rogers recently decommitted from the University of Louisville. Almost exactly one year ago, Goodin-Rogers and teammate Makayla Epps verbally committed to the University of Louisville.  Now, Goodin-Rogers has rescinded her commitment, while Epps remains intent on playing for the Lady Cardinals.
    According to Goodin-Rogers' mother, Kiyonta Goodin, "Kyvin has opened back up her recruitment, and has already taken calls from several schools."

  • Linescores: June 13

    Girls 6-8-year-olds softball final results
    June 7
    Athletics 10, Reds 7
    The Athletics overcame a late Reds rally to win the minor league softball championship.