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Today's Sports

  • One more time

    In football, no game ends in a tie.  

    On Sept. 20, the Marion County Knights took their third win of the season with a one-point victory over the Allen County-Scottsville Patriots, 21-20 in overtime.  

  • Learning the pic process
  • Volleyball wins four in a row

     The Marion County Lady Knights put together a four-game winning streak, which included wins over the Adair County Lady Indians on Sept. 16, and the Campbellsville Lady Eagles on Sept. 18.

    Against the Lady Indians (4-6), the Lady Knights’ strong serving and offense allowed them to win 25-15, 25-17, 25-17.

  • Golf: Knights slay Dragons

     Marion County Knights struck down the Green Country Dragons last week 176-203.

    “[We had] a slow start but finished up strong,” Trevor Burchell said. 

    Burchell said Elijah Ratliff from Green County played well. Ratliff led Green County by shooting a 38.

    “The top performers were steady,” Burchell said. 

  • Soccer: Knights struggle in...

     The Marion County Knights lost three straight games last week against the Thomas Nelson Generals (2-8) on Sept. 16, the Danville Admirals (3-7) on Sept. 18, and the Frankfort Panthers (7-4) on Sept. 20.

    Marion County only managed two goals in all three games, losing to the Generals 5-1, the Admirals 3-1, and the Panthers 5-0. 

  • Soccer: Lady Knights drop three...

    The Marion County Lady Knights opened their week of play with a 6-1 loss to the Western Hills Lady Wolverines (6-4) on Sept. 15.

    Lady Knights Coach Derek Cissell appeared upset at half time.

    “We didn’t show up ready to play,” he said after the game. “We came out lackadaisical and before we knew it we were down three goals.”

  • Bad duck hunt is still OK

     Since the past week was the early wood duck/teal season (Sept. 17-21), nothing would do except give it a shot! (I know, that was week.)

    So, on Thursday, Terry Davis, Ryan Mattingly, Eli Durbin, Justin Unseld and I made it to the Green River WMA outside Knifley … where the gas line blew up!

  • Cross country: Brahm takes third...

     Marion County’s cross country team competed at LaRue County on Sept. 11 and at the Mercer County All-Comers on Sept. 16.

    Unfortunately, Marion County didn’t take any top spots in Mercer County, though Laurel Brahm took a third place win in LaRue County. 

    LaRue County meet:

    Girls 2,500 meter run 

    Third place, Laurel Brahm, 11:48.08

  • Linescores, Sept. 24

    St. Charles Middle girls basketball

    Spencer County at SCMS, Sept. 16

    8th grade, SCMS wins 30-28

    SCMS - Cassidy Logsdon 11 points, 1 rebounds 2 assist, 1 steal; Elise Carpenter 10 points, 4 assist, 1 steal; Sammi Jo Potters 4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals; Mariella Curtis 2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assist, 4 steals; Emily Helms 1 pt, 4 rebounds; Lauren Ferriell 1 pt

  • Fishing with veterans event is...

     Calling all veterans! Sign up for a free day of fishing out on Green River Lake. Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Holmes Bend Boat Ramp. Experienced fisherman will serve as your guide as you spend the morning fishing out on the lake. Poles, tackle and bait will be provided and a free lunch will be served after the event. Sign up today by calling the Corps of Engineers office at 270-465-4463. Registration ends Sept. 25.