Today's Sports

  • Tennis: Marion County splits...

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • SCMS volleyball

    St. Charles Middle School eighth-grade volleyball team under head coach Van Gadberry went into the bronze tournament as the number one seed.  The seventh grade team will be playing in the championship game on Wednesday in the silver division. Pictured from left:  Selena Smith, Taylor Ballard, Danielle Nalley, Avery Stiles, Shelby Stout, Mckenzie Bagwell, Lexie Browing, Katie Mattingly, Jenny Mattingly, Eden Kessler, Adrienne Thomas, Jessah Hughes, Leah Chesser and Addi Murphy.

  • Turkey season is fast approaching

    April 4 and 5 are fast approaching, so you better get ready.
    For what, you might ask. Here’s some hints: red, white and blue heads, brown with a beard and … oh yeah …. they gobble!
    That’s right, it’ll be turkey season. No, it won’t, you say. Turkey season doesn’t start until April 18 and goes through May 10.
    OK, as an adult, you’re correct! But I’m talking about the spring early youth season! In Kentucky, if you’re a youth, you get a head start on the adults.

  • Fit Kids compete at Heart Rock...

    The Lebanon Fit Kids gymnastics team took part in the Heart Rock Classic Feb. 21-22. Here are their results.
    Level 1s
    Kayton Shewmaker- Vault 9.30 1st place, Bars 9.0 2nd place, beam 9.65 1st place, floor 9.2 2nd place and 2nd place all around
    Mariesalla Avendano-Vault 9.25 2nd place, bars 8.95 3rd place, beam 9.35 6th place, floor 9.0 4th place, 3rd place all around
    Level 2s
    Grace Mattingly- Vault 8.65 3rd place, bars 8.45, Beam 8.80, Floor 9.225 3rd place,
    Level 3s

  • Game plan, March 18

     March 18


  • Getting in shape

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

  • Knights ace first matches

    The Marion County Knights were a smashing success in their opening matches of the 2015 tennis season, earning home victories over the Washington County Commanders and the Bardstown Tigers.

    Marion County opened its season March 11 with a 9-0 victory over Washington County. 

    Coach Landon Williams wrote in an email that nerves can be a factor in season-opening matches, but he was pleased with what he saw.

  • Willis, Mills win second...

    An estimated 80 runners and walkers, who came from as far as Miami, Florida, completed the 2015 Turtleman Trek 5K in spite of the wet and rainy conditions.

    Bradley Willis of Campbellsville was the first runner to complete the course. He finished in 20 minutes and 54.97 seconds.

    The fastest female was Rae Mills of Raywick. She finished the race in 22:41.21.

  • Lady Knights split opening...

    The Marion County Lady Knights opened their tennis season March 11 by scratching out a victory over the visiting Washington County Lady Commanderettes, 5-4.

    According to Marion County Coach Landon Williams, the Lady Knights built a 4-2 lead in singles behind strong efforts by Alyssa Farmer (6-0, 6-0) and Allie Evans (6-0, 6-3).

    Evans and Jeni Hall provided Marion County with the decisive point by winning their doubles match, 7-6 (3), 6-1.

  • Aquaknights look to replace...

     By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent 

    The Marion County Aquaknights lose four seniors, Lindsey Buckman, Leah Mudd, Bethany Spalding, and Heather Williams, but they are losing more than just four swimmers, according to Coach Katie Kelien.

    “We were so lucky to have such a strong senior presence on the team.” Kelien said.