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High School Sports

  • BASEBALL: Knights retreat to warmer weather over Spring Break

    Sunny weather. Beautiful beaches. Warm temperatures. Sounds like the picture perfect vacation. For Marion County baseball, it will be the weather they’ll hit the diamond under.
    After Spring turned right back to Winter last week, canceling several games and matches for Marion County sports, the Knights will head south to not just soak up the warm weather, but play four games at Historic Dodgertown at Vero Beach.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights face Titans, Cards at home before Spring Break

    It will be home cooking for Marion County before Spring Break kicks off. The Lady Knights will hope the weather will finally cooperate to get games in against the Mercer County Titans and Nelson County Lady Cardinals, with both games set to be played on Talley Field.
    The Lady Knights will play Mercer County at 6 p.m., tomorrow, while the Lady Cards will play Marion County at 6 p.m., Friday.

  • BASKETBALL: 1993 State Championship honored
  • TENNIS: Swencki encouraged by first match, still sees room for improvement

    After dodging the snow and rain that had wreaked havoc on Marion County sports schedules, the Marion County tennis team finally hit the tennis court on Thursday to play the Bardstown Tigers.
    Knights coach Noah Swencki was pleased with his team’s performance to open the season.
    “It was a good start, especially for the girls,” he said.

  • BASEBALL: Knights on the diamond for 4 games in 1 week

    The sequel to Marion County’s historic 2017 campaign is kicking off with a busy slew of games.
    After the season opener in Elizabethtown against North Hardin and the home opener against Green County, the Knights are back at Dave Hourigan Field Thursday evening to take on the Washington County Commanders. First pitch is set for 5:30 p.m.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights prepare for tough games against Green County, Holy Cross

    Erin Benton is going back to her high school alma mater.
    Over the weekend, Marion County will travel to Meade County High School for the Meade County Mighty March Matchup. The Lady Knights will play the Assumption Rockets at 8 p.m., Friday. The Lady Knights get the Presentation Toppers at noon, Saturday, and the Holy Cross (Louisville) Cougars at 2 p.m., Saturday.
    “[Holy Cross] was a pretty good challenge for us last season,” Marion County coach Erin Benton said.

  • TENNIS: Knights still waiting to take court for first match

    Marion County has been waiting ever so patiently to get on the court for its first match. After the season opener against LaRue County was cancelled due to snowfall, the Knights had another match cancelled on Friday against the Campbellsville Eagles, who said scheduling conflicts their players had with other events prevented them from competing.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Track team prepares for 2018 campaign

    The Marion County track team has been practicing for the past few months as they work toward the 2018 season, which was scheduled to kick off yesterday at the Shelby County All-Comers meet.
    “It will be a great, competitive meet and we'll be able to find out where we stand early in the season,” Coach Daniel Johnson said.
    Johnson is leading the team along with Dallas Robinson, with the duo in their second season coaching the track team together.

  • BASEBALL: Knights look for sequel to historic season

    There’s a first time for everything. For Marion County High School baseball, there was a first time for a lot of things last season.
    First 20-win season since 2002. First district title since 1988. First regional title ever. An appearance in the state tournament semifinals.
    Last season was an historic season indeed for Marion County and it’ll be a tough act to follow, especially with eight seniors from last year’s squad gone due to graduation. However, Head Coach Patrick Campbell has the confidence his team can put together a solid season in 2018.

  • SOFTBALL: Benton takes over as Lady Knights head coach in 2018

    Erin Benton has a special appreciation for what her predecessors and supporters have been able to do in making Marion County an accomplished softball program.