Today's Sports

  • Knights lose two of three, but...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • No outdoors column this week

    Outdoors columnist Shelton Young was not able to prepare a column for this week’s edition. Young broke his arm and was unable to write a full piece.
    He did want to remind everyone that the Woodlawn Baptist Church Invitational fishing tournament will be May 16. This year’s event will be on Sportsman’s Lake.

  • Dragon Dash 5K is Saturday, May 9

    Calvary Elementary is hosting the Dragon Dash 5K to raise money for the Jump Rope for Heart, which supports the American Heart Association.
    The course will start at Calvary Elementary School (3345 Highway 208, Lebanon), travel to Sportsman’s Lake, and then return to the school, where the finish line will be on the track.
    Registration is $20 (which includes a t-shirt) or $15 (which does not include a t-shirt). Calvary students who raise $20 for Jump Rope for Heart will have their registration fees waived.

  • Linescores, April 29

    Little League softball scores
    April 18
    Dodgers 6, Tigers 0
    Grace Farmer struck out nine batters for the Dodgers, and Amber Farris drove in two runs in the win. Brooklyn Bland had two hits for the Tigers.
    Tigers     000 00 – 0
    Dodgers 100 41 – 6

    April 26
    Tigers 2, Dodgers 1

  • Ballpark food is better

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent


    This may be a really strange column topic, which is perfectly okay, because it’s about food, and who doesn’t love food?

  • Lady Knights fall to Cardinals...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Turkeys, April 29
  • MCHS spring football
  • Game Plan, April 22

    April 23
    Lady Knights at Thomas Nelson, 6 p.m.
    Elizabethtown at Knights, Lady Knights

    April 24
    Knights at Danville, 5:30 p.m.
    Lady Knights at LaRue Co, 6 p.m.
    Lady Knights at LaRue County
    Elizabethtown Panther Twilight Invitational

    April 27

  • BASEBALL: Knights lose, play for...

    After another week of wet, rainy weather, the skies cleared up Friday and Saturday for the Saving Second Base invitational at Marion County High School.
    The weekend was a tough one on the field for the host team, the Marion County Knights, who fell to 3-13 on the season after suffering three losses in two days.
    Regardless of the outcome on the field, the Knights and the other teams in the invitational were playing for a bigger cause, as evidenced by pink bases and bats as well as pink touches on the team’s uniforms.