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Today's Sports

  • Campbellsville University...

     Campbellsville University is hosting a 4-on-4 volleyball tournament at 10 a.m. April 5 at the Powell Athletic Center on campus.

    The tournament will follow either a double-elimination or round robin format depending how many teams register.

    For registration information or to sign-up, text, call or email Billy Gregory at 270-849-4901 or wrgregory@campbellsville.edu.

  • Game Plan, March 26

    March 26

    BASEBALL

    Marion Co at Mercer Co., 6 p.m.

    TENNIS

    Adair Co. at Marion Co.

    March 27

    SOFTBALL

    Garrard Co. at Marion County, 6 p.m.

    TENNIS

  • Lady Knights season another ‘...

    In like lambs and out like lions, the Marion County Lady Knights ended their season after making an appearance in the 5th Region Tournament. After advancing in the first round by defeating the Bethlehem Banshees (10-13), 54-43, they fell to the LaRue County Lady Hawks (24-7), 65-54, in the semifinals.

    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said overall it was a good season.

    “It was a successful season considering all the youth and inexperience we had,” Epps said in an email.

  • Softball season opens with a...

    It all came down to a run.

    The Marion County Lady Knights tasted victory in their first game of the season when they defeated the Mercer County Titans 7-6 on March 14. 

    “It feels good,” Coach Todd Spalding said about the victory. “Starting out with a win kind of gives the kids confidence.”

  • Baseball Knights are ready to win

    Despite a brief bout of snow recently, the crack of a bat, the snap of a ball hitting a leather mitt, and al- around warmer weather was a sign that spring is in the air.

    And with it, spring brings America’s favorite pastime, baseball.

    Since November, the Marion County Knights have been training to take on the region. And they have a goal — to win the district on May 21.

  • Track season is just around the...

    Over the years, Marion County High School’s track and field team has seen its ups and downs. In 2010, MCHS sent 19 students to the state meet under the guidance of then coach Robby Peterson. Last year however, the team only sent four.

    That may be about to change, however.

    Since Nov. 1, the track and field team has been training to take on the region, and their new coach, Daniel Johnson, said their goal is to get progressively better and send more students each year.

  • Seasons change

     For some reason, I always end up writing these columns on Sunday morning and this one is no exception. It’s actually a good day to be writing — cold, cloudy and dreary. With that said, all I can say is, it’s been a week of transitions in the sports world. 

    With high school basketball season at an end, I am at a loss for words. For the last four months, I have followed the Lady Knights through many games. Some good, some bad, some outrageous. 

  • Mid-KY Bass Anglers’ first...

     Just in case you’ve missed it for several weeks, the Mid-KY Bass Anglers will fish their first tournament on Sunday.

  • Soccer champs

     The Marion County Assassins won the boys under 12 winter 2 indoor soccer championship in Lexington on March 15. The players are (from left) Jesse Castillo, Tanner Roder, Mitchell Mattingly, Christian Mealey, Trace Mayo Alex Huerta, Cameron Martin, Raul Garcia, Edson Martinez ,Omar Carmona and Samuel Thompson. The coaches are John Mealey and Isaac Lopez.

  • Game Plan, March 19

    March 19

    Baseball

    Marion Co at Washington Co., 5:30 p.m.

    March 20

    Track

    Marion County at Green County

    Tennis

    Bethlehem at Marion County

    Baseball

    John Hardin at Marion Co, 5:30 p.m.