Today's Sports

  • Three Lady Knights earn All-...

    Three Marion County High School girls' soccer players earned regular season All-Region honors recently.

    Erica Essex, Sabrina Tom and Hillary Payne add the honor to their already impressive resumes.

    Essex earned All-District team honors during the district tournament before adding first team All-Region.

    "She's the definition of a leader," Head Coach Neil Payne said. "She's going to be a tough player to lose. A lot of players are going to have to step up to fill her shoes."

  • MCHS March Madness is Friday...

    The MCHS Knights and Lady Knights will hold their annual Midnight Madness in the Roby Dome following the Knights' football game against Anderson County this Friday, Oct. 31.

    Doors are expected to open at 10 p.m. with activities beginning at 10:30 p.m. There will be introductions of the Knights and Lady Knights players as well as boys and girls teams from St. Charles Middle School, Lebanon Middle School, and St. Augustine Grade School. Gifts and prizes will be passed out to the fans in addition to contests between all the players.

  • MCHS volleyball heads to the...

    The Marion County High School volleyball team struggled but still eked out a victory over Larue County High School in the first round of the 5th Region tournament at Central Hardin High School on Tuesday night.

  • Knights fall to North Bullitt

    The Marion County High School football team fell short against district rival North Bullitt High School, losing 21-14 in Shepherdsville.

    With the game knotted 7-7 early in the fourth quarter, one North Bullitt drive was propelled 45 yards by penalties, setting up an easy score for Eagles standout Dalton Cissell.

    The Eagles added insult to injury, going up 21-7 late in the fourth on another score.

  • Three Lady Knights land on...

    Three Marion County High School volleyball players made their district championship victory even sweeter by landing on the tournament's All-District Team last week.

    Seniors Kaitlin Knopp, Loren Taylor and junior Shelby Howard earned their spot on the team after their play in the Lady Knights run through the 18th District tournament.

    Head Coach David Hibbard spoke a little bit about each player later in the week.

    "Knopp was by far our best player," Hibbard said, noting that no one played poorly but Knopp stood out.

  • Lady Knights' season ends

    After drilling Garrard County 4-0 in the district tournament opener, the Marion County High School girls' soccer team ended their season in the second round of the 29th District tournament against Danville High School on Tuesday of last week.

    The Lady Admirals never pulled in the reins, pursuing shots on goal until late in the game, winning 6-0.

  • Knights soccer team ignite...

    The Marion County High School boys' soccer team ignited for five goals and blanked the Taylor County Cardinals in the opening round of 29th District tournament play in Mercer County on Tuesday night.

    The Knights avenged their mid season 3-2 loss to Taylor and will advance to play Boyle County High School at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

    The Rebels blanked the Knights 5-0 in Marion County’s second game of the season. Boyle County is ranked fourth in the 15th Region.

  • Volleyball team prepares for...

    The Marion County High School volleyball team kicks off the region tournament on Tuesday at 6 p.m. against Larue County at Central Hardin High School. 

  • Carrico competes at state golf...

    An unlikely pair competed at the girls' golf state tournament last week at the Bowling Green Country Club.  Rookie girls' golf coach Danny McFall and Marion County High School freshman Olivia Carrico made the trek to western Kentucky to test their skills against the best competition in the state. Carrico, who comes from a family of golfers, started playing organized golf over the summer. Her older brother, MCHS junior Tommy Carrico, was expected to make the cut for the state tournament over Olivia.

  • Knights blank Campbellsville 47-...

                Marion County High School racked up consecutive blow out wins on the season, smothering Campbellsville High School 47-0 at John J. Boswell Field on Friday night.