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Today's Sports

  • Bradshaw takes second in pole...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Tennis: Season ends at state

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Lady Knights close season strong

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Thoughts on final week

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

     

    Eight days counting weekends, and six days not counting weekends, either of those sounds great to me. I hope everyone knows what I’m getting to. That’s right, school! School is almost out, and who couldn’t be more excited?

  • Baseball: Knights pick up win...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Taste the Rainbow

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

    Luckily for Marion County the rainy weather held off long enough May 16 for a color-filled 5K. Although it wasn’t a timed race, multicolored Ric Niemi crossed the finish line first in the Color in Motion 5K.
    Many families and friends gathered together to throw around some color and run a three-mile race before the rain hit. Before and after the 5K there was a fun, loud, musical, color throwing party that everyone enjoyed.
     

  • Fit Kids take part in state...

    The Fit Kids gymnastics team’s Levels 2-excel competed in March at the state gymnastics meet. The level 2s and 3s competed in Frankfort at Kentucky State University, and Level 4s and excel competed in Bardstown at Bardstown High school.
    The scores are for each gymnast and they compete in their level as well as their age division. The following are the scores for each gymnast:

  • Sports briefs, May 20

    Volleyball camp is June 10-12
    Marion County will be hosting a volleyball camp for  middle school volleyball players, first-year players and any students in grades six through 12 who are interested in learning about volleyball.
    The camp is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon June 10-12 at the Marion County High School gymnasium. The event will include three days of  training in basic skills such as passing, setting, hitting, serving, offense and defense.
    The camp is $60 and includes training, a t-shirt and lunch each day.

  • Lions Club hosts tournament

    The Lebanon Lions Club held its inaugural Business Appreciation Golf Tournament on May 9 at Lebanon Country Club. Seventeen teams participated.
    The City Hall Team of Eddie Masterson, Scott Spalding, “Beno” Spalding and Tommy Smith won the tournament. Spalding was also the closest to the pin winner
    Taking second place was the TGKY Team of Dennis, Kevin and Amy Brown and Jonathan Grabara.

  • More ways to get a bullfrog

    In my last column I told you about taking bullfrogs. I mentioned gigging and shooting them with a .22 caliber rifle.
    Since the column came out, I’ve been informed of other methods of taking them.
    Naturally, if you can shoot them with a rifle, you can shoot ‘em with a pistol, .22 preferred. With either a rifle or a pistol, you should employ standard firearms safety rules. Pay particular attention to the one that says, “Know where your bullet can go.”