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Today's Sports

  • All-Stars win out

    The Marion County 11 and 12-year-old girls softball all-stars went 3-1 in pool play and went on to win the district tournament in Columbia over the holiday weekend. They will now move on to compete in the state tournament, which will begin July 18 in Prestonsburg.

    The nine and 10-year-old girls went 2-2 in pool play and made it to the district semi finals.

    See next week's issue for a game-by-game breakdown of the district tourney. Results were not turned in on time to publish that information this week.

     

  • 11-12 All-Stars win first round...

    Lincoln Haydon homered with two outs in the top of the sixth and those runs held up as Marion County's 11-12-year-old All-Stars beat Russell County 2-0 in the opening round of the District Tournament in Campbellsville on Monday night.

    Haydon was great with the bat, but Robbie Spalding's arm stifled Adair most of the night. Spalding gave up three hits and didn't allow a base on balls. He fanned seven.

    Jeremy Morris, besides scoring the winning run, had one other safety in the game.

    Marion will play Adair County at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

  • Demolition Derby
  • CKTS swimmers finish fourth

    The CKTS hosted the Brent Cochrane Invitational Swim Meet on June 27-28 in Campbellsville. The CKTS swimmers finished fourth out of 10 teams with 911 points. Placing first, second, and third were: Georgetown Scott County, Telford of Richmond and the Lexington Dolphins. Other teams competing were: RACE, SKY, Pennyrile, Frankfort, TNT and Highbridge Aquatics.

  • Robys win LCC member-guest...

    Siblings Beverly "Sis" Roby and Tom Roby smoked 41 other teams on Saturday and Sunday to win the Lebanon Country Club Member-Guest Tournament. The Roby's shot a combined 159 after 36 holes.

  • 11-12 girls softball All-Stars...

    The Marion County 11-12 Little League Girls' Softball All-Stars played their first game in pool play Sunday, June 28, in Adair County. They lost 4-3 in extra innings.

  • Means earns All-State honors

    After placing third in the state track meet in the shot put, Chris Means recently earned Class AA second team All-State. Means was a consistent points winner for the Knights track and field team in the spring.

    In other track news, Head Coach Robby Peterson recently announced the award winners from the track banquet.

    They are as follows:

    • Sprint award - Shaina Litsey and Kendal Taul

    • Jumps award - Nativia Young and Jermaine Porter

    • Throws award - Desirae Cocanougher and Chris Means

  • Garrett wins the skins

    In the second annual Rosewood Charity Skins game, Bill Garrett represented his club by romping the competition on his home course. Garrett, who represented Rosewood in the skins game, claimed 11 of the 18 skins during the round of 18 holes against Lebanon Country Club's Curt Manning, Campbellsville Country Club's Drew Hayes and Lincoln Homestead's Mikey Yates.

  • 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.