Today's Sports

  • Little League has lost a...

    On Nov. 30, the local Little League program lost a very dear friend when Roger Romines, 57, died after a long battle with an illness.
    Romines had been involved with the Little League program for several years, and had most recently served as the district administrator for the 5th district for approximately 20 years. Previously, Romines had been an assistant to Joe Johnson, who held the same position. Upon Johnson stepping down from that position, Romines took over.  

  • Expert lessons in trapping

    Saturday morning found a bunch of us sitting at the Bradfordsville Country Store listening to a very informative seminar given by Mr. Leon Smith.
    That morning the former government trapper from Colorado (also a former elementary school principal) gave 16 of us a quick lesson on trapping/shooting coyotes….and cats, bear, raccoons, muskrat, etc.

  • Young guns are on top

    Over the weekend a lot of things happened in the sports world. The Lady Knights continued their winning ways and look like the No. 1 team in the state. The Knights are still searching for their first win of the season, but anyone who watched their game with Madison Central can see potential. The Kentucky Wildcats had a two game winning streak, their first since the end of November. Now, before you say anything, I am still, and will always be, a fan of the Wildcats.  They may be struggling a bit this year, but it’s still early in the season.

  • The Game Plan, Dec. 12

    Dec. 13
    Lady Knights vs. Nelson County (Away, Fr/JV, 6:30 p.m.)
    Knights vs. Casey County (Home, JV/V, 6/7:30 p.m.)

    Dec. 14
    Knights Basketball vs. Campbellsville (Home, JV/V, 6/7:30 p.m.

    Dec. 15
    Knights freshman vs. Adair County (Home, 10:40 a.m.)
    Lady Knights freshman vs. Casey County (Home, 11 a.m.)
    Knights vs. Taylor County (Home, 1 p.m.)

  • Deer - Mudd

    Trevor Mudd bagged this 7-point buck Nov. 11, 2012, on the family farm. His parents are Kim and Brian Mudd.

  • Learning to deal with coyotes


  • Now It’s Official


  • The Game Plan, Dec. 5


  • Knights struggle in season opener


  • Grand Opening


    The Marion County High School Lady Knights basketball team opened up regular season play with three games last week, and they lived up to their preseason No. 1 state ranking by defeating their opponents by an average of 44 points.  “Defense, rebounding and playing team basketball are the reasons we have won all three games this week with a running clock,” Head Coach Trent Milby said. “If we continue to do those three things, we will be hard to beat.”