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Today's Sports

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights...

    After taking care of business on Saturday night against the Washington County Commanderates, the Marion County Lady Knights will turn their focus to another cross-county rival, this time within the 20th district. In Marion County's third district game of the season, the Lady Knights will make the journey to Campbellsville High School this Friday, Jan. 13, to tangle with the Campbellsville Lady Eagles, anxiously awaiting a chance to avenge their 50-26 loss at the Roby Dome Dec. 17.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights...

    A strong defensive effort powered the Marion County Lady Knights to a 56-23 win Saturday night over the Washington County Commanderettes. Haley Howard led all scorers with 26.
    "I was real happy with it," Mills said. "We knew Washington County had been struggling but they're young. Lena [Bramblett] will have her team ready in the next couple of years to be contenders."
    Eight Lady Knights scored in the game. Leah Hazelwood and Tete Adams each added six rebounds.

  • Woods and Waters: Outdoors...

    As much as I hate it, this will be my last article!
    I have really enjoyed the opportunity you’ve given me to tell my stories for the past 20-plus years. I hope you’ve enjoyed my tales and I hope I’ve made you laugh. Either with me or at me, never mattered as long as you were laughing!
    I’ve got to thank the Enterprise staff who - for years - have interpreted, typed, and seen that my article made it to print. Plus, I can’t forget the supportive wife!

  • Vaught’s Views: Hamidou Diallo...

    By Larry Vaught

    Having Hamidou Diallo decide to start his college basketball career now was no surprise to Marc Allard, sports editor of the Norwich (Connecticut) Bulletin.
    Diallo, a 6-5 guard, announced Saturday that he would start classes at Kentucky this week. He had graduated from Putnam Science Academy (Connecticut) last year and had been playing there as a graduate student this season.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights prepare...

    The Marion County Knights are gearing up for a rematch of last year’s thriller against the Sayre Spartans, which they won 58-55. Marion County hosts the Spartans on Friday, Jan. 6.
    Sayre’s Jake Duby scored 17 points in last year’s matchup and he will be looking to replicate some of that magic in the Roby Dome. Through six games, Duby 18.5 PPG and has displayed the hot hand, shooting 50.7 percent from the field and 46.2 percent from downtown. He is in second year as a Spartan after transferring to Sayre from Jeffersontown after his sophomore year.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights drop...

    Billy Michael Dyer put on a show against Marion County, scoring 30 points, including 23 in the second half, as the Monroe County Falcons erased an 11-point deficit on Dec. 28 en route to a 78-66 win in both team’s opening game of the Campbellsville High School Holiday Classic.

  • The Game Plan - Jan. 4, 2017

    Jan. 6
    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Knights at home vs. Sayre, 7:30 p.m.

    Jan. 7
    BASKETBALL
    Knights and Lady Knights at home vs. Washington County, 6 p.m. (girls), 7:30 p.m. (boys)

    Jan. 9
    GIRLS BASKETBALL
    Lady Knights at home vs. Lincoln County, 7:30 p.m.

    Jan. 10

    BOYS BASKETBALL
    Knights at Green County, 8 p.m.

     

  • NFL Playoffs

    The 17-week grind that is the NFL regular season is quickly coming to an end, and while most of the postseason drama has been settled on the football field, there are still several details that will be settled in the final week of the regular season. For the AFC, the playoff field is relatively drama free. The six teams that will battle it out on that side of the bracket have already been decided. The only thing that remains is determining the seeding of those six teams.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Border War...

    Off a long break, the Marion County Lady Knights hit the road to begin the new year at the Casey County Lady Rebels Jan. 3 before the Border War is revived when the Washington County Commanderettes visit the Roby Dome Saturday.

  • Concentrate on the future and...

    Editor’s note: This column was written for the Dec. 28 edition, but wasn’t published because of early holiday deadlines.

    Hope everyone had a great Christmas with family, friends, and above all, Christ. Personally, I love it when families get together for his birthday parties!
    I also love it when everyone is nice. The simple things like simply speaking to strangers and watching them smile just makes the season.
    But for me at least the high point of the whole season - after the birth of Christ of course - is family!