Today's Sports

  • Soccer: Lady Knights still...

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    The Lady Knights Girls Soccer Team continued a rough season on Tuesday, Sept. 8, and again on Saturday, Sept. 12, when they lost to Danville and LaRue County, bringing their season record to 0-7.
    The Lady Knights lost by mercy rule to Danville (10-0), but only allowed the LaRue County Lady Hawks two goals, losing 2-0. The two-goal loss was the smallest deficit the Lady Knights have seen so far this season, a great improvement from their 10-0 loss to Danville.

  • Why take the easy route?

    By Gerard Flanagan

    Sports correspondent

    Life, like sports, has its share of bumps in the road and its share of curveballs that throw you off your feet. You might not get that promotion. This certain girl may not like you back. In sports, maybe you lost on a last second touchdown, or things aren’t looking good for your team.  

  • Volleyball: Lady Knights fall to...

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Lady Knights faced their district rivals, Taylor County, at home this week in a loss that brought their record to 3-5. The Lady Knights lost in three sets and brought their district record to 2-1.
    “We were never really in any of the three sets,” Coach David Hibbard said.
    Although senior Aubrey Logan shined with five kills, two blocks and an ace, the Lady Knights couldn’t hold their own against the Cardinal offense.

  • Football: Yellow Jackets use...

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    The Knights looked to shake off a 0-3 start on Sept. 11 when they hosted the Woodford County Yellow Jackets.
    While the Knights showed promise in the game, they lost, 55-18.
    With starting quarterback Luke Abell out for the game with a concussion, the Knights (0-4) placed Deshay Epps under center.
    The Knights’ struggles started right out of the gate, as they surrendered an opening kickoff touchdown and two more touchdowns by quarter’s end.

  • Last day to register early for...

    Friday, Sept. 18, is the deadline to pre-register for the 2015 Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K. By registering early, you can ensure that you will receive one of this year’s race shirts.
    To register, visit www.pokeypig5K.com. This year’s race is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.

  • Get ready for your chance to win...

    First, don’t forget about the Ham Days Open Bass Tournament coming up on Sept. 20.
    It’s being held on Fagan Branch with a launch time of 8 a.m. This six-hour tournament weight in at 2 p.m.
    The entry fee is $20 per angler with a 50/30/20 percent payback … based on $15 per angler. There’s an optional big bass pot of $5 per boat with a 100 percent payback to one big bass.
    As a way to kick off Ham Days, the biggest bass will win the Big Pig Trophy!

  • Game Plan, Sept. 16

    Sept. 16

    SOCCER - Nelson Co at Lady Knights, 7:30 p.m.


    Sept. 17
    GOLF - LaRue Co. at Knights
    VOLLEYBALL - Lady Knights at Campbellsville, 7 p.m.


    Sept. 18
    FOOTBALL - Knights at N. Bullitt, 7:30 p.m.


    Sept. 19
    SOCCER - Warren Central at Lady Knights, 6 p.m.

    Sept. 21
    GOLF - Knights at Campbellsville

  • Lady Knights hang on for ‘ugly...

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    The Lady Knights volleyball team held onto their winning streak for one more game Tuesday, Sept. 1, when they defeated the Campbellsville Lady Eagles at home, winning 3-1. Unfortunately for the Lady Knights, their streak ended Thursday, when they faced the Bethlehem Lady Eagles, losing in three sets.

  • Injuries, mistakes affect...

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    With two losses to open the season, the Marion County Knights looked to turned it around when they traveled to play the Bardstown Tigers on Sept. 4.
    Sadly for the Knights, they lost 43-6.
    “We just started out slow,” Marion County Coach Corey Crume said. “I thought we had a good game plan. Just a couple of plays, a couple of mental breakdowns on defense. I thought we settled down late in the second half, doing the things we wanted to do.”

  • Soccer: Marion County girls...

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County High School girls soccer team travelled to Spencer and Hart County last week with the hopes of earning their first win of the season. Unfortunately, two more losses were added to the Lady Knights’ record, bringing them to 0-5 this season.
    The Lady Knights played Spencer County on Monday, Aug. 31, and lost 10-0. They then travelled to Hart County on Thursday, Sept. 3, where they lost 6-0.