Today's Sports

  • Marion County Youth Soccer...

    Marion County Youth Soccer League U14 Bluebenders Team had an undefeated regular season and earned second place in the Target United Cup Tournament in Elizabethtown.

  • World Cup 2018

    The four-year wait for international soccer’s most coveted event is now over.
    The World Cup is in full swing, meaning millions of soccer fans will either stay glued to their TV screens or travel to take part in the latest edition of the tournament.
    The World Cup’s history dates back to 1930, when it was first played in Uruguay. The host country took home the first ever World Cup title. Uruguay also won the World Cup in 1950.


    Jonathan Spalding doesn’t stay away from the coaching ranks for long. He’s already had three stints as head coach for Marion County’s 9-10 Little League softball All-Star team.
    On top of that, he coached the Marion County High School softball team for two seasons, leading the program to its second regional title game appearance in 2017.

  • Southern Kentucky Katz Girls 10U...

    The Southern Kentucky Katz Girls 10U softball team won the Future Stars of Softball “Out of school bash” on June 2-3 at Beechmont Park in Louisville. The Southern Kentucky Katz defeated the Louisville Sluggers 4-2 in the championship game. The Katz outscored their opponents 42-5 on the weekend.

  • School board votes to allow St....

    The Marion County Board of Education has voted to allow students at St. Augustine Grade School to play sports not currently offered at St. A at Marion County Public Schools for next year. The unanimous decision was reached at the Board’s meeting on Thursday, June 14, at central office.
    The decision will be reviewed on a year-to-year basis.

  • Vaught’s Views: UK commit Tyrese...

    By Larry Vaught

    Despite injuring his ankle in a pool play win over Puerto Rico, Kentucky commit Tyrese Maxey certainly made a big impression with his play for Team USA in the FIBA Americas Championship.
    Maxey admitted playing with so many talented players was fun and enabled him to expand his game in various ways. However, he said he would have no trouble going back to Texas to play his senior season at South Garland High School.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Johnson resigns...

    There were two head coaches leading Marion County High School’s track and field team. Now there’s one.
    Daniel Johnson has stepped down as track coach after six seasons, officially submitting his resignation on June 4 to school officials at Marion County High School.
    Johnson sent the Enterprise a copy of his resignation letter, citing outside responsibilities as the reason he resigned.

  • Swing and a miss

    In baseball, striking out means two totally different things for the pitcher and the batter.
    For the pitcher, a strikeout is a sign of success. It keeps the offense from getting a runner on base and keeps a potential run from scoring.
    For a batter, however, a strikeout signifies a lost chance to do any of that. That’s one less hit, one less base runner and one less run for the offense. The at-bat that had potential to produce something comes up empty, with nothing to show for it.

  • Linescores

    June 4
    Red Sox 2
    Dodgers 3

    Rays 11
    Mets 5

    June 5
    Red Sox 6
    Mets 0

    Dodgers 7
    Rays 1

    June 6
    Rays 1
    Red Sox 4

    Mets 3
    Dodgers 13

    June 7
    Dodgers 6
    Mets 11

    Red Sox 5
    Rays 6

    Final regular season standings
    Fast Pace Urgent Care Dodgers 9 - 3

  • Team dedicates tourney win to...

    The Mets won the 12U Little League Tournament. They dedicate this win to the memory of Olivia Ford and her love of softball and tie-dye.