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Today's Sports

  • Trojans topple Knights

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Boys 20th District tourney...

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Lady Knights fall in overtime

    The Marion County Lady Knights entered the fray guns blazing as they opened a double header against the visiting North Hardin Trojans on Feb. 16. Marion County fell to the Trojans 65-59 in overtime.
    “It turned out to be a great game between two competitive teams,” Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said in an email after the game. “I like the way our team battled, and you have to give North credit for battling as well.”

  • Marion County to host girls...

    The 20th District tournament is just a week away, and the games will be played at the Roby Dome.
    Campbellsville was originally set to host this year’s tournament, but a broken water pipe forced the tournament to be moved.
    On Feb. 25, the Lady Knights will begin their fight by hosting the Campbellsville Lady Eagles (3-21). It will be the third time the teams have met this season. The Lady Knights crushed the Lady Eagles 67-17 and 58-18 in both prior games.

  • Aquaknights swim in regional meet

    The Marion County Aquaknights swam at their regional meet at Elizabethtown High School on Feb. 16.
    The girls 200 yard medley relay team and the boys 400 yard freestyle relay team turned in Marion County’s best performances of the meet. Both finished 13th.
    The girls 200 yard medley relay finish their race in 2:15.98. Sophomore Laua Rice, eighth grader Andy O’Daniel, junior Lindsey Buckman, and sophomore Chelsie Wright swam that race for Marion County.

  • Curling is cool

    Our bodies are miraculous machines. To think, though we are fragile creatures, our complex structures make us capable of so much.
    This year’s Winter Olympics are a prime example of what the human body can or cannot do.
    As I watched the athletes cut through the snow like a blade through white fluff, or glide across the ice like a jet aircraft, I was reminded that while we are capable of some pretty ugly deeds, we are also capable of some beautiful ones too.

  • Still time to sign-up for...

    Experience Turtleman, Ernie Brown Jr. of Animal Planet’s “Call of the Wildman”, in his hometown following the first annual Turtleman Trek 5K. This timed footrace will take you by several of the official Turtleman Trek locations, sites where episodes of “Call of the Wildman” were filmed.  

  • What’s good for the goose hunter

    First, I need to tell you all about the Delta Waterfowl Banquet coming up at 5 p.m. Saturday. in Floral Hall at the Marion County Fairgrounds. The meal will be at 6:30 p.m., which will give you plenty of time to play the games, buy some raffle tickets and bid on some items.
    You’ll also meet some outstanding guys and maybe hear some interesting stories, some of which might be true. Ya don’t think the only tall tales are told by anglers do ya?

  • Basketball games rescheduled for...

    The high school basketball games scheduled for tonight, Feb. 14, between North Hardin and Marion County have been postponed.

    Hardin County schools are not letting their buses out this evening because of the anticipated weather, according to Marion County Athletics Director Robby Peterson.

    However, those games have been rescheduled for Sunday afternoon.

    The girls will play at 3 p.m., and the boys game will start after the girls' game.

  • Point guard a rising star

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    Whether she’s making points, setting up teammates to score, or just making it look easy, Marion County Lady Knight Haeli Howard does it all.

    The 14-year-old, 5-foot-4-inch tall freshman point guard got her start playing with the Lady Knights three years ago when she was in the sixth grade.