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Today's Sports

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights split...

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Lady Knights lost a scrimmage against the Garrard County Lady Lions on March 8, 2-0.
    The Lady Lions struck first in the top of the second with a run, but senior Kenlee Stout recorded the third out to contain the damage. The Lady Lions would extend the lead to 2-0 helped in part by a Lady Knights error in the sixth.
    Caroline Buckman recorded a double for the Lady Knights in the sixth with two outs.

  • Tennis team opens season

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports Correspondent

    The Marion County tennis teams played in two scrimmages on March 8 in a boys match against Danville and then on March 9 against Adair County. 
    After their two scrimmages, the Knights kicked off the regular season with a rough start against the Campbellsville Eagles on March 11, falling 6-3. 

  • Vaught’s Views: UK’s Tyler Ulis...

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky freshman Isaac Humphries says as much as he watches Tyler Ulis, he sometimes still is surprised by what his 5-9 teammate does for Kentucky.
    "He's just amazing. He's so much fun to watch," said Humphries. "We all see him do some incredible things, and then we see something new. You just never know what he's going to do."
    Texas A&M assistant coach Rick Stansbury, a Kentucky native, calls Ulis "special" for many reasons and he was certainly that against the Aggies Sunday.

  • MCHS names new football coach

    Allen Harmon has been hired as the new head coach for Marion County High School's football team.

    Harmon most recently served as the offensive coordinator at McCracken County in 2014 after having served in the same position at Lone Oak High School.

  • MCHS basketball season ends at...

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports Correspondent

  • Hall of Fame

    Long-time Marion County Knights and Lady Knights basketball announcer Eugene Campbell was recently inducted into the 5th Region Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame. Campbell, left, is pictured with Marion County High School Athletic Director Robby Peterson.

  • Disney Half Marathoners

    Sarah Barnes, 14, of Lebanon completed the Disney Princess Half Marathon (13.1 miles) with her mother, grandmother, great aunt and aunt on Feb. 21. She was one of the youngest runners among the 7,000 who participated. Pictured, from left, are Natalee McClure, Jacqueline Bertelsen, Rhonda Harvey, Sarah Barnes and Erica Barnes.

  • The Game Plan - March 9, 2016

    March 9
    TENNIS
    Knights vs. Adair Co.

    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Washington Co.

    March 10
    TENNIS
    Knights vs. Taylor Co.

    March 12
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Garrard Co.

    RUNNING
    All-Fired Up 5K (9 a.m.)

    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights at home in tournament

    March 14
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Bethelem

    TENNIS
    Knights vs. Washington Co.

  • Number called

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports Correspondent

    Who has ever heard of the phrase "next man up" or "your number has been called?" What do you think those two phrases mean?
    I hear those phrases often in sports when a starter on a team is injured. The phrase means someone has to step up and replace an injured player or step into a role when the need arises. Or, it could mean that someone must embark upon something that might not be the most pleasant thing to do.

  • Mid-Kentucky Bass Anglers...

    So what’s coming up?
    Well, for those of us in the throes of cabin fever there’s the Mid-Kentucky Bass Anglers first tournament coming up this Sunday, March 13.
    The tournament is appropriately called the “Cabin Fever Open” and is held on Marion County’s Fagan Branch Lake. By being an “open” you don’t have to be a member of Mid-Ky. Bass Anglers to fish, but it’s only $20 to join if you want.