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Today's Sports

  • The Game Plan, Nov. 26

    Dec. 1

    BASKETBALL

    Lady Knights at Bardstown, 7:30 p.m.

    Knights at Casey Co, 8 p.m.

    Dec. 2

    BASKETBALL

    Knights at Bardstown, 7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 4

    BASKETBALL

  • Cheerleaders take third at...

     The Marion County High School cheerleading squad cheer took third place at Bethlehem High School Saturday at the Bardstown All-Star competition. They are being coached this year by Head Coach Amy Mattingly and Assistant Coach Courtney Murphy.  

  • Deer photos, Nov. 26
  • Simply Strong

    Inside Lebanon Health and Fitness, dance music drones, people work up a sweat, and the floor shakes as weights crash down on the ground with a clank.

    Andrew Lee, whose arm muscles are about as big as your head, moves between stations swiftly and lifts 50-pound dumbbells with ease.

    Lee is a police officer and a competitive bodybuilder.

  • See ya!

     As some of you may or may not already know, after two years and many photos and stories, I’m leaving The Lebanon Enterprise.

    Recently, I accepted a job with our neighboring county’s newspaper - The Springfield Sun. 

  • Coach happy with Lady Knights in...

    The Marion County Lady Knights hosted a scrimmage against the Grayson County Lady Cougars over the weekend. 

    Although they did not keep score, the Lady Knights dominated the court in several quarters of the game and were left fighting in others. 

    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said he was happy with the team’s performance. 

  • Knights look to build on winning...

    The Marion County Knights’ football season is at a close, and basketballseason is right around the corner. Unlike what many people expected, the Knights finished with a winning 6-5 record on the gridiron for the first time since 2009.

    “I’m happy with it,” Knights Interim Coach Matthew “Moo Moo” Mattingly said. “Any time you can get a winning record, especially the first one since ‘09, you gotta be happy with it.”

  • Volleyball: Lady Knights keep...

    Marion County Lady Knights senior Shelby Goode was named to the First Team All-State team last week. The team is a group of players recognized by various volleyball coaches for their abilities. When she found out about it, she didn’t know what it was.

    “After I found out what it was, I was real excited about it,” Goode said with a smile.

  • Former Marion County coach...

     “God will open the right doors for you, and He’ll close the wrong doors for you.”

    Those are the words of former Marion County Knights basketball coach Kelly Wells as he spoke at the Knights tipoff banquet on Nov. 16 at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

    Wells, who now coaches the University of Pikeville Bears, coached Marion County from 1995-1997 and led the Knights to their last 5th Region tournament title.

  • You don’t need to get a deer to...

     Here it is, 10 days after the start of the 2014 modern gun season. And, in our Zone Three, it’s the last day of our 2014 modern gun season.

    Oh, there’s still archery until Jan. 19 and crossbow season until Dec. 31. Plus, we have a muzzleloader season Dec. 13-21.

    So, here I am, thinking about other seasons and not the one we’re in.