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Today's Sports

  • Making moves

    The Golden State Warriors won their second title in three years last month. With all the confetti swept and all the celebrations complete, now comes the wildest and most interesting period of time in the NBA outside of the regular and postseason: free agency. Over the next several weeks and months, players will leave behind fan bases that cheered them on so loyally, deals will be made that might just give a team a missing piece needed to make a run at the NBA title and moves made will set the stage for next season, which is roughly only four months away. 

  • Lions Club Golf Tournament...

    The Lebanon Lion Club held their annual Business/Celebrity Appreciation Golf Outing at the Lebanon Country Club on May 13.
    The winner was the Hall and Associates team consisting of Eddie Masterson, Scott Spalding, Beno Spalding and Tommy Smith. They were each awarded a gift certificate for FootJoy� shoes and the Corporate Traveling Trophy to hold until next year.
    The second place team was Hendrickson. The team members were Cory Tingle, Geary Leake, Chris Royalty and Mike Yaste. They were each given a dozen Pro-VI golf balls.

  • New coaches are ready to lead...

    A familiar face is gearing up to lead the Marion County Lady Knights softball team to victory next season.
    Erin Benton was recently named the new softball head coach, taking over a program that came one win away from a state tournament berth last season.
    "I'm excited," she said. "I'm looking to build on the success we have had the past two years."

  • Incoming UK Wildcat one of the...

    By Larry Vaught

    Kevin Knox Sr. doesn’t mind talking basketball when it comes to his son, Kevin Knox Jr. He’s one of the top incoming players for Kentucky coach John Calipari.
    But he does a different type of talking with his long-time friend, Kentucky football recruiting coordinator Vince Marrow. He’s giving him Florida football recruiting tips.
    “Vince is one of the best recruiters in the nation, but I can give him some insights and a few names to recruit around where we live (Tampa),” Knox said.

  • Benefit cookout for Knights...

    The Cattleman’s Cookout to benefit the Marion County High School football team and boosters has been rescheduled for Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Farmers National Bank branch parking lot.
    Ribeye meals are $10 each and include a sandwich, chips or snack cake and a drink. A ribeye only is $8.50. Hamburger meals include a sandwich, chips, snack cake and drink for $5. A hamburger only is $3.50.

  • LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL TEAMS ROLL

     

     

  • A look at the 2017 NBA draft

     

  • Means takes part in two showcase...

     

  • Bam living dream of providing...

    By Larry Vaught

  • BASEBALL: Pioneers end Marion...

    The Knights were on the journey of a lifetime. 
    This squad, achieving so much in a season of historical proportions, found themselves on the edge of a state title game berth. One game away from a chance to do it all and achieve the sweetest of them all. 
    Marion County, oh so close to the championship game, couldn't overcome Simon Kenton's three-run sixth inning in a 5-2 loss to the Pioneers in the first semifinal game in the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA State Baseball Tournament on Friday.