Today's Sports

  • Knights win four straight

    For the first time since 2008, the Marion County High School baseball team has won four straight games. Their recent streak has improved their record to 8-5 on the season.

    The 2008 season included five-game and a 10-game winning streaks. Last season the Knights had a hard time stringing together wins, never putting together more than three consecutive victories.

    The Knights played lights out last week, winning four games, including two crucial district match-ups and a border battle with Washington County.

  • Lady Knights split district games

    The Marion County High School softball team had an up and down week last week, dropping a game to district opponent Adair County but knocking off district power Taylor County at Taylor.

    The Lady Knights continue their anomaly of a season, having won all of their road games and none of their home games. After this week, the Lady Knights improved to 8-4.

    Green County 5, Marion County 4

    The Lady Knights lost yet another heart-breaker at home on Thursday.

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  • Track Knights place well

    Marion County finished second in the boys' competition and third in the girls' competition on Tuesday of last week at Boswell Stadium.

    The boys scored 130.5 points and finished second behind Bardstown (208.5 points) in the field of nine teams. The girls scored 85 points and finished third behind Bardstown (174) and Taylor County (89.50) in the field of eight teams.

    Shana Litsey and Natavia Young turned in two of the Lady Knights best individual performances. Litsey won the long jump (14 feet, 8 inches), and Young won the triple jump (30 feet, 2.5 inches).

  • Knights fall apart against Allen...

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  • Track team fares well at Green...

    Marion County finished second in the boy's competition and fourth in the girl's competition Tuesday of last week at their meet at Green County.

    The boy's scored 108 points and finished second behind Casey County (133 points) in the field of nine teams. The girl's scored 75 points and finished fourth out of nine teams.

  • Lady Knights win Hart County...


  • Milby named Coach of the Year

    Last week, The Louisville Courier-Journal named Trent Milby as girl's basketball Coach of the Year in Kentucky.

    Girl's basketball coaches across the state vote on the award recipient. Milby narrowly edged four other coaches for the honor. He received 15 of the 97 votes cast.

    Rockcastle County's Chrysti Noble finished second with 12 votes. Mercy's Mark Evans, Newport Central Catholic's Ron Dawn and Madison Central's Robbie Cooksey tied for third with 11 votes each.

  • Knights spar during intra-squad...

    After three weeks of cumbersome drills, the Knights appeared thrilled to give each other a beat down Thursday night at John J. Boswell Stadium.

    The Marion County High School football team held its annual Maroon - White intra-squad scrimmage on Thursday and team members showed plenty of gusto for pounding each other on the gridiron.

    "All and all we were very, very pleased," Knights Head Coach Jeff Robbins said. "Their physicality was great. They got after it. That was very pleasing to us."

  • Knights shine in KOB

    For the second season in a row, Marion County has served up a lasting impression at the King of the Bluegrass tennis tournament in Louisville.

    The Marion County High School boy's tennis team finished fourth overall out of 16 teams in the 2010 Forcht Bank King of the Bluegrass tournament over the weekend. Teams traveled from Ohio and West Virginia to participate.