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Today's Sports

  • Ladies rock Campbellsville

    The Marion County Lady Knights jumped out to a 24-0 lead and held Campbellsville scoreless for nearly one and a half quarters on Friday night at the Roby Dome.

    The Lady Knights' relentless full court press was enough to crumble the Lady Eagles. Campbellsville finally scored with 5:30 left in the second quarter after the Lady Knights had already poured it on.

    "We played really good defense," Head Coach Trent Milby said. "They couldn't handle the pressure. A week off may have hurt our mentality. We were kind of sluggish."

  • Mid-season report: Knights

    As the Knights hit the mid-point in the season, let's take a look at how the team has done so far and what the road ahead looks like.

    At 4-9, the Knights have been competitive in all but two games (North Hardin and Adair County).

    "I thought we'd be about .500. We lost a couple we had a chance of winning," Knights Head Coach Tim Peterson said. "Our offense is better off than I thought it would be, our defense is not as good. We're still not tough enough as far as rebounding."

    Many Knights have stepped up on different nights for Peterson.

  • Commanders close out against...

    The Marion County Knights beat the Washington County Commanders 71-47 a few weeks ago but were unable to come from behind to beat the Commanders on Friday night. 

    Washington County got their first win of the season after six unsuccessful tries against the Knights with a 65-58 win at the Roby Dome.

    Washington  16  13  19  17 - 65

    Marion            8     5   23  22 - 58 

     

     

     

  • 20th District play continues

    Marion County and Campbellsville kick off 20th District play in girl's action this week.

    Marion County just finished successful campaigns in the Lady Admirals Tournament and the Kentucky Bank Holiday Classic.

    Adair County will have wrapped up the Candy Cane Classic in South Laurel before the New Year.

    Taylor County will have just finished a holiday tournament as well at the Coca-Cola/Campbellsville University Classic in Campbellsville.

    Campbellsville competed in the same tournament as Taylor County.

  • Knights and Lady Knights face...

    After wrapping up tournament play, the Marion County Knights and Lady Knights basketball teams will resume district play with Campbellsville on Friday at the Roby Dome.

    The Knights faced West Jessamine and another opponent on the last two days of the KFC/Taco Bell Holiday Homecoming Classic.

  • Football coach suffers mild...

    Marion County High School football Head Coach Jeff Robbins reportedly suffered a mild heart attack on Christmas Eve.

    According to Marion County High School Principal Taylora Schlosser, Robbins suffered a mild heart attack and was still hospitalized as of Saturday afternoon.

    Bypass surgery has not been performed but Schlosser said a stent has been placed in his heart. Schlosser said as far as she knows, the heart attack will not effect his return to the classroom next semester. She said Robbins has been asking questions about football next season.

     

  • Lafayette, West Jessamine get...

    Doss's late arrival delayed the tip-off to the KFC / Taco Bell Holiday Tournament at the Roby Dome on Friday, but it didn't help the Dragons.

    Lexington Lafayette defeated Doss in the opening game of the tournament, and West Jessamine defeated Marion County (Tenn.) in the second game.

  • Lady Knights fare well in...

    After Sunday afternoon, the Lady Knights will have at least claimed second place in consecutive holiday tournaments.

    Trent Milby and the Lady Knights claimed second in the inaugural Lady Admirals Tournament in Danville, losing only to champion Tates Creek (4-5), a team that was winless going into the tournament.

    The Lady Knights were slated to play a team from Smith, Tenn. on Sunday afternoon at the Kentucky Bank Holiday Classic in Paris, Ky.

  • Linescores

    SATURDAY

    Marion County

    Youth Basketball League

    At Glasscock Elementary School

    10- & 11-Year-Old-Girls

    Liberty 18: Alli Ryan 1, Taylor Wade 7, Abby Thomas 6, Paige Cecil 1, Emily Ford 1, Adrienne Hill 1, Kenlee Stout 1.

    Monarchs 14: Breanna Downs 2, Chelsie Wright 5, Janell Hardy 5, Cassidy Cope 2.

    Sun 13: McKenzie Reynolds 6, Allison Buckman 2, Shaniqua Young 5.

    Mystics 12: Samantha Daugherty 2, Rae Mills 4, Katelyn Daugherty 2, Abby Miles 2, Abby Turner 2.

    10 & 11 Year Old Boys

  • North Hardin dominates Wanneroo

    Fifth Region contender North Hardin dominated the Wanneroo (Australia) Wolves in the last game Friday at the Roby Dome.

    The Trojans opened up with a 45-2 lead over the Wolves and never looked back.

    North Hardin  35  21  22  23 - 101

    Wanneroo        2    9   13    6 -   30