Today's Sports

  • Football: Knights rebuilding,...

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Knights concluded a rough season with a 46-33 loss at Washington County Commanders, finishing the season 0-10. 
    "We just didn't do as well as I hoped," Knights Head Coach Corey Crume said. "The guys had a brand new coach and we lost key pieces."
    The Knights lost Cameron Nalley to a collarbone injury, Luke Abell to a concussion and Trey Downs to a turf toe at various points in the season. 

  • Never say never

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    I was watching Arkansas at Ole Miss on Saturday when Arkansas was faced with a 4th and 25 in overtime, down 52-45. Most people think 4th and 25 means the essential end of the game, and it's perhaps time to flip the channel to find a game that's competitive. First of all, if there's anything I've learned about college football (especially this season), it's that craziness and chaos are but a play away. 

  • All deer hunters should be...

    I’m a slob! Not totally, but enough to have driven my mom… and the wife… a little nuts! It’s not that I’m opposed to cleanliness, it’s just that I realize there’s a major difference between “clean” and “clean enough.”
    How many of you have never picked up a piece of clothing, sniffed it, and decided “clean enough?” Those who have will understand my point. Those of you who haven’t… shame on you for lying!

  • Representative Stan Lee to file...
  • Vaught’s Views: Isaiah Briscoe...

    By Larry Vaught
    Special to the Enterprise

    Isaiah Briscoe knows exactly how he wants to be described on the basketball court.
    “I would like to be known as a winner. I have always gave 110 percent between those lines and tried to win each game I played,” said the Kentucky freshman point guard.

  • Siegrist kills deer

    Nate Siegrist, 11, got his first deer with a bow and arrow (a 10-point buck) on Halloween at his family's farm in Marion/Taylor counties.

  • Basketball: Knight Madness

    The Marion County Knights hosted “Knight Madness” Monday, Nov. 2, to introduce the 2015-16 boys basketball teams.

  • U12 MC Blaze boys youth soccer...

    The U12 MC Blaze boys youth soccer team just finished up the 2015 fall soccer league by participating in the Kentucky Youth Soccer Commonwealth Cup in Versailles. Team members are Alex Hernandez, Henry Mattingly, Ben Bland, Tristan Record, Jeb Hughes, Ben Lewis, Elijah Kirkland, Joe Keith Shewmaker, Hayden Robbins, Michael Ryan Masterson, Leon Raley, Dalton Kehm, Mitsumasa "Mitchy" Kato, Lawson Elder and Clay Skaggs. The team was coached by Mitchell Mattingly and Marty Record.

  • Commonwealth Cup Champs

    The U12 travel team from Marion County to Versailles this past weekend and won the platinum division of the Commonwealth Cup.

  • The value of a hard day’s work

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    While fall sports are coming to a close and winter sports have not yet kicked off in Marion County, the sports department at The Lebanon Enterprise is grateful for a bit of a break (at least, I know I am). While I love attending games and covering tournaments, it’s nice to be able to sit on my couch at the end of a long day and have one less thing to worry about.
    Sometimes, a break can be the answer to all of our prayers, but it’s rare when we actually get one.