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Today's Sports

  • British Soccer Camp

    Children from Marion and Washington counties hit the soccer fields on Fairgrounds Road on June 23-27 for the Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp. Participants challenged not only their bodies as they played soccer and worked on techniques, but their minds and artistic skills as well. They answered trivia questions and even colored different countries’ flags. They also learned to respect their peers and their teachers.

  • Two softball teams win district

     Marion County All-Stars 9-10 and 11-12 softball teams both won district titles and will advance to the Kentucky State Little League All Star tournament in Springfield. State play will begin Sunday, July 6, at Idle Hour Park.

    Meanwhile, in Lexington, the eight and under team placed fourth in the 8U Whitney Roberts Memorial Tournament. Scores were not available for the eight and under team.

    11-12  Softball

  • Marion County’s All-Americans

    Nothing spells American culture like sports. 

    From hot dogs and cold sodas, to rivalry and sportsmanship, sports like basketball, football and baseball are engraved in the American spirit.

    Sometimes, great athletes grow out of that spirit, and this is a story of two in the making.

  • 2014 Little League all-star...

     Marion County Little League has announced its 2014 all-star teams.

    11-12-year-old boys

    Ryan Lee Hayes, Owen Mattingly, Dawson McCarty, Mason Sullivan, Davis Rafferty, Dalton Sallee, Parker Barnett, Jamison Epps, Chase Miles, Cade Thompson, Randall Mattingly and Will Fowler.

    11-12-year-old girls

  • Skate park?

    Two weeks ago, I wrote a story on some local skateboarders, Michael Truitt and his son, Jackson. 

    I wanted to do the story for several reasons, the biggest one being that I think skateboarding is cool. Probably the second biggest reason is because I had a chance to feature a unique sport.

  • Linescores, June 25

     Marion County Little League Softball 

    June  3 

    Rangers  101  0 -   2

    Yankees  475 4 -  20

    Grace Famer and Leah Wright each scored four times to lead the Yankees.  For the Rangers, Alexis Wheeler had two hits in the losing effort.

     

  • Knights present baseball awards

     On June 1, the Marion County Knights baseball team hosted its annual end of the year awards banquet. Senior pitcher Joey Costello swept the banquet taking three awards, including MVP.  Below is a list of all the players who received awards: 

    MVP - Joey Costello

    Stolen bases - Joey Costello

    Hitting award - Jeremy Morris

    Fielding award - outfield, Joe Ben Curtis; Infield, Mason Gadberry

  • 12 SCC programs earn team...

     The St. Catharine College Athletic Department is proud to announce that 12 of its athletic programs have received the NAIA Scholar Team Award. The reward requires that said team receives a GPA of 3.0 for the 2013-2014 year. 

    The teams and their GPA’s are as follows:

    Women’s bowling, 3.75

    Women’s track and field, 3.65

    Swimming, 3.59

  • Soap Box racing champions

     Callie Elder, right, won the Stock division, and Lawson Elder won the Super Stock division at the All-American Soap Box Derby Local Race in Owensboro. They will compete in the All-American Soap Box Derby World Championship in Akron, Ohio in July. Thomas and Raley Backhoe and Bell Machine and Fabrication provided support for the Elders. Their parents are Chad and Karen Elder of Loretto. Their grandparents are Larry and Mary Catherine Elder.

  • Be careful with the big bass

     I heard a very disturbing story the other day. When talking to a potential member of our Puddle Jumpers I mentioned we’d be fishing Spurlington Lake.

    The guy asked if there were any big bass left in the lake. I told him I saw an 8 to 10 pounder in the shallows last year, but didn’t catch it! Also told him one of our Puddle Jumper anglers, Michael Veatch, caught a monster out of there last year.