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  • Vaught’s Views: Epps is typical...

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky football fans have been some of the most loyal fans in the country. Not saying it is easy to be a Kentucky basketball fan, but it is. The basketball team wins and competes for national championships. The football team … well losing seasons are far too common.
    Many fans failed to renew their season tickets this year. Many are already indicating barring a miraculous finish to the season, they will join the non-renew group next year.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights grab No...

    A new look offense and defense was not enough to counteract the Lady Knights' mistakes in a loss at the LaRue County Lady Hawks in four sets (28-26, 21-25, 17-25, 20-25) on Sept. 20.
    The loss dropped the Lady Knights to 10-10 overall.
    "We felt like we needed to adjust our line-up to get more offense after our tournament so we made a few changes and played much better," Lady Knights Head Coach David Hibbard said.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights tie for...

    The Knights tied for the third time this season against the Anderson County Bearcats, 3-3, on the road on Sept. 13.
    "We did play very well, but we made a silly mistake that got them on the board halfway into the half," Head Coach Greg Conley said. "We had several good opportunities but failed to capitalize."
    The Knights (7-4-3) then made another defensive mistake, allowing the Bearcats (4-5-1) to make it 2-0 going into the half.

  • FOOTBALL: Eagles fly past Knights

    Mother Nature sent bolt after bolt of lightning, forcing the kickoff of the Marion County-North Bullitt game to be postponed by nearly an hour Friday night, Sept. 16.
    Then, after kickoff, North Bullitt (4-1) sent lightning strikes of their own, racing to a 47-18 win on John J. Boswell Field amidst a flurry of big plays and mistakes committed by the Knights (1-4).
    Knights Head Coach Allen Harmon said his team dug themselves into a hole early.

  • The Game Plan - Sept. 21, 2016

    Sept. 21
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Lady Knights vs. Taylor County

    GOLF
    Knights vs. Campbellsville

    Sept. 22
    BOYS SOCCER
    Knights vs. Taylor County

    VOLLEYBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Taylor County

    GOLF
    Knights vs. Nelson County

    Sept. 23
    FOOTBALL
    Knights at Mercer County (Horns Home Improvement Game)

    Sept. 26
    VOLLEYBALL

  • My role model

    Almost every NFL fan has a player (or players) they look up to, admire, or just enjoy watching play. These players span across generations, dates, players, positions, teams and playing styles. These players are made famous for many reasons, whether it is their legendary status as an extremely talented player, their personality, their work and activities off the field, or their overall body of work.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights drop...

    Taylor Simpson's game tying goal with 3:19 sent a wave of euphoria across the field for the Lady Knights, but just as quickly as it came, the Hart County Lady Raiders snuffed it out on the foot of Olivia Nichols, who scored two goals in the final three minutes to give the Lady Raiders a 3-1 win on the Lady Knights' home field on Sept. 12.

  • GOLF: Knights finish third at...

    The Marion County Knights traveled to the Lincoln Homestead Golf Course for the Heartland Conference Tournament on Sept. 12, finishing third out of six teams.
    "I am very proud of how my team played in Heartland," Head Coach Joey Reed said. "I just wanted my guys to play to the best of their ability."

  • WOODS AND WATERS: Jason Spalding...

    Our Mid-KY Bass Anglers Annual Ham Days Invitational Bass Tournament was held Sunday. While the fishing wasn’t great - or even good - at least the weather held up. Course my luck went as usual!

  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Assistant...

    By Larry Vaught

    After spending 44 years coaching basketball at every level, Lin Dunn retired in the summer of 2014 to become a full-time consultant for different college basketball teams.
    It was a life she enjoyed. She set her own hours, picked where she wanted to work -- or not work.
    "It was a great situation but I was still connected to the game, too," she said.