Today's Sports

  • Sluggers win another tournament

    The Marion County Sluggers won the 8-and-under championship at the City of First tournament held Aug. 1-2 in Danville. Front row (from left): Kendra Gaddie, McKenzie Gordon, Kiera Atkinson, Kaylee Reed and Rose Caldwell. Back row:  Laurel Cochran, Maggie Benningfield, Gracyn Mattingly, Tori Gribbins, Reece Caldwell, Gracie Caldwell and Caitlynn Brady.

  • Blazers win at Green River
  • Tutus run the streets

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Saying good-bye

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent


    Well it’s been real, and it’s been fun, and it’s just been real fun working here for The Lebanon Enterprise the past seven months, and I hate to say goodbye.
    As I move this weekend to Tennessee for school and soccer, I have to leave my job (sad face).
    I have had the joy of working here, writing columns, taking pictures, and writing stories as well as traveling to different places for sports events.

  • MCHS cheerleaders named '...

    The Marion County High School cheerleaders attended the UCA Cheer Camp July 19-22 at the University of Kentucky. The team received several superior ribbons throughout the week as well as a second place trophy for cheer and first place or “Camp Champs” in their Xtreme Routine, where they competed against several teams from across Kentucky. This year’s head coach is Amy Mattingly and the assistant coach is Courtney Murphy.

  • The next big event is almost here

    OK, I’ve talked about it for weeks. It’s been planned for months and months. Now, it’s here!
    What am I talking about? If you gotta ask, then it’s obvious you don’t read my column very often!
    So what’s here? Well, it’s the 2015 Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation banquet/fundraiser coming up Saturday, Aug. 1.
    I bet you thought it was going to be Distinguished Young Women, a.k.a. the Junior Miss program at our high school

  • Softball: Sluggers win again
  • MCHS volleyball practice underway
  • Marion County wins 9-10 Little...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

    After dealing with thunderstorms, lightning, and heat, the bad weather stopped long enough for Marion County’s 9-10 year old softball all-stars to bring home the Little League state title on July 17 by beating Russell-Flatwoods for the second time in the tournament, 4-2, at Zane Collins Community Park in Morehead.
    The win over Russell-Flatwoods also meant Marion County went undefeated during the tournament.

  • Up and at 'em

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent


    Everyone loves summer, but the rain seems to be a constant problem in this state this year, and when it’s not raining, it’s at least in the high 90s.
    With this bipolar weather, there are chances you get to play outside or you don’t get to play outside.