Today's Sports

  • Trophies from the 50s resurface

    Trophies from the 1953 and 1954 Lebanon High School conference champion football teams recently resurfaced after being missing for over 20 years.

    Raphael O'Daniel said the trophies from the South Central Kentucky Conference championship turned up recently, and just in time. A reunion for team members and their 90-year-old coach Ted Cook sparked a search for the missing trophies.

  • Lady Knights secure number one...

    This was supposed to be a rebuilding year. Instead it's looking eerily similar to last year's district title team.

    The Marion County High School volleyball Lady Knights knocked off district rival Taylor County 2-1 (25-21, 16-25, 25-21) on Thursday night at Taylor County to claim the number one seed in the 18th District tournament.

    The Lady Knights had to knock off Taylor on their home court to claim the advantage as they entered the match tied 1-1 in the season series. The Lady Cardinals are the only blemish on the Lady Knights district record, which stands at 7-1.

  • Knights win Marion Cup; claim...

    The Marion Cup brought in a higher volume of fans than normal and the Knights didn't leave the spectators disappointed.

    Down 1-0 with time running out, sophomore John Southall netted a goal that ricocheted off senior Austin Spalding and a Meade County defender in the 78th minute of the game to send Marion County High School and Meade County into a 1-1 penalty kick shoot out.

    "We as a group collectively stepped up to try to make that tying goal," Head Coach Greg Conley said.

  • QB shuffle: personnel shake up...

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  • Knights net fourth win

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  • Lady Knights keep rolling

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  • Colt raised in Marion County...

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  • Lady Knights go on the offense

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  • Clements claims LIT crown

    Pat "Woody" Clements, the number 12 seed in this year's championship flight of the Lebanon Invitational Tournament, defeated Curt Richards on Monday afternoon for the 51st LIT crown.

    Clements, from Louisville, defeated Springfield's Mikey Yates in the morning final four match to advance to the finals. Richards, also from Louisville, defeated Lebanon's Curt Manning in the final four.

    One of Clements' gems from the morning round was a beautiful approach shot on hole nine that he picked clean inches away from the cart path to land on the green.

  • Pokey Pig now taking registration

    The 28th annual Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Fun Run/Walk is now taking early registration until Sept. 16. Early entries must be received by that day. Early registration cost is $15 for individuals and $40 for pre-registered parents and their children.

    Race day registration will begin at 7 a.m. at Farmers National Bank. Race day registration is $18.

    Entries can be completed or mailed to The Lebanon-Marion County Chamber of Commerce, 239 N. Spalding Ave., Suite 201, Lebanon, Ky. 40033.