Today's Sports

  • 9-10 state softball tournament...

    This is the basic schedule for the 9-10 year old Kentucky State Little League softball tournament, which is being held in Franklin July 17-23.

    Saturday, July 17

    Game One - Knott County plays Lewis County at 10 a.m.

    Game Two - Marion County plays North Oldham at noon in the second game that day.

    Sunday, July 18

    Game 3 - At 2 p.m., East Daviess County will play the winner of the Knott County/Lewis County game.

    Game 4 - At 4 p.m., the North Oldham/Marion County winner will play the district four champion.

  • CKTS Host Brent Cochrane Meet

    The CKTS were host of the Brent Cochrane swim meet in Campbellsville on June 26-27. The CKTS swim team finished fourth with 886 points. Other teams attending were Georgetown-Scott County, TNT of Frankfort, Bluegrass Swim Team of Versailles, SKY of Bowling Green and PAC of Paducah.

    "Our kids swam well," said Coach Mike Carey. "I was especially pleased with the performance of our new swimmers in their first US Swim Meet."

    The next meet for the swimmers will be the Bluegrass State Games in Lexington on July 24-25.

  • Borders & Company win Member...

    New kings were crowned at the fifth annual Rosewood Golf Course Member Guest Tournament on Sunday.

    Chad Borders, Doc Howard, Mark White and Dave French finished with a net 37 under on the tournament to claim first place overall.

    Dawna Kelch, Ben Smith, Bob Smith and John Turner finished second overall at 32 under. Claiming third overall were Adam Gootee, Nick Rogers, Jay Grundy and Joseph Elder with a net 29 under. They recovered from a 12th place start from the first day of play.

  • All-Stars fall

    The Marion County 11-and-12-year-old All-Stars didn't survive pool play at the District 5 Little League tournament at South Hardin last week.

    The All-Stars won two games and lost two games and claimed fifth place. They slipped a spot and missed the elimination round due to the amount of runs given up in pool play.

    Score books from the event were not provided as of press time.


  • On to state

    On a field that could have came out of the movie "Field of Dreams," the Marion County 9-and-10-year-old All Stars dreams came true on a hot Sunday afternoon at South Hardin.

    Surrounded by cornfields on all sides, South Hardin built a baseball complex and the Marion County All-Stars came to play.

    The locals squeezed by Washington County 6-5 in an extra inning thriller.

    Trent Farmer sent the game into extra innings when he caught a Washington County runner in a run down between second and third, sending the Marion County dugout into a frenzy.

  • All-Stars move on to state

    Marion County's 11-and-12-year-old All-Stars advanced to the state tournament by finishing the district tournament undefeated after pool play and two tournament style games. The All-Stars punched their ticket to Franklin for the state tournament on Sunday at Graham Memorial Park with an 11-8 win over Russell County.

    The All-Stars begin play on July 17 at Franklin. More details will be reported in next week's edition.

    Marion County 11, Russell County 8

  • 9-10 All-Stars breeze to state

    The Marion County 9-and-10-year-old girls softball All-Stars swept through opponents with ease on their way to a state tournament berth in Franklin.

    Marion County beat Burkesville 7-1 in the final at Graham Memorial Park to earn their bid to the state tournament.

    The locals beat Washington County 11-1 in the semi-finals.

    In pool play, Marion County won all three games in four innings. They beat Washington County 12-2, South Hardin 16-0 and Adair County 21-0.

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  • Payne resigns as soccer coach

    After three seasons, Marion County High School Girls' Soccer Head Coach Neil Payne is moving on.

    Payne recently accepted a head coaching position at Montgomery County High School, where he will also be a special education teacher.

  • Robbins takes over as OC

    After handing the keys to Craig Yeast last season, Marion County High School Football Head Coach Jeff Robbins will call the offensive plays from the sideline this season.

    Craig Yeast confirmed that he has accepted a coaching position with

    Washington County High School. He indicated he will not be the primary play caller on offense but will have plenty of input. He also said he was very comfortable with the offense since he has played in it before.

    At press time, Yeast still held his position as an aide at Marion