.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • 11-12 ALL-STARS RALLY TO DEFEAT...

    The Marion County 11-12 All-Stars rallied to defeat North Oldham 10-8 last night in thrilling fashion, setting up a rematch with Ashland American at 8 p.m., tonight at the University of the Cumberlands in the state tournament.

  • LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: 8-10 All...

    The Marion County 8-10 All-Stars got their second win in as many days when they handed the Glasgow All-Stars a 3-1 defeat on Sunday afternoon at Graham Memorial Park.
    Marion County got to work quickly, getting on the board in the first inning when Noah Spalding came around to score. Luke Mattingly hit a double in the third but did not score as a strikeout and two straight fly outs ended the inning.

  • LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: 10-12...

    The Marion County 10-12 All-Stars got off on the wrong note in the District 5 Tournament, suffering an 8-1 loss to Glasgow on Sunday at Graham Memorial Park.
    Glasgow quickly got on the board in the top of the first inning, scoring a runner on a sacrifice fly out. A walk, a passed ball and a groundout got the runner over to third.
    "We made too many errors in the game,” Marion County Coach B.J. Mattingly said. “Not enough offense, either. I think we had only four hits in the game. It’s hard to win a game when you only score one run.”

  • Big time moves

    As you can tell by the title, I’m most likely going to write about the NBA free agency. And yes, you would be correct though I’m also going to discuss a topic that has been revived due to free agency moves.

  • LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL: 9-10 All...

    The quest for another state title will continue for Marion County.
    With a few more wins, they’ll add another banner to an already large collection and they’ll etch their names in Marion County Little League lore.
    Tori Gribbins struck out 12 batters as Marion County blanked Boyd County 6-0 Sunday afternoon in the state tournament at the University of the Cumberlands.

  • LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL:...

    One loss and Marion County’s season would be over.
    After dismantling Whitesburg 11-1 on Sunday in the state tournament, the 11-12 All-Stars’ defense of a state title is still alive.
    MaryBeth Overstreet and Caitlynn Brady combined for a no-hitter. Overstreet allowed no runs and no hits over three innings while recording eight strikeouts.

  • Vaught’s Views: Landon Young...

    By Larry Vaught

    He played in all 13 games last year and made six starts at left tackle. Yet junior Landon Young says he only had a “decent season last year” and is hoping to be a much better player for Kentucky this season.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP
  • YOUTH FOOTBALL
  • LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: District...

    It’s home cooking for Marion County’s Little League Baseball All-Star teams this postseason.
    Both the 9-10 and 11-12 All-Stars, who suffered early exits in last year’s tournament, will look to use that all-coveted home-field advantage to get back to winning.
    The Little League Baseball District 5 Tournament comes to Graham Memorial Park, beginning July 7 and running through July 13. The state tournament also comes to Graham Memorial Park July 21-25. Graham Memorial Park is hosting both tournaments for the first time since 2011.