Today's Sports

  • Duck hunting success, sort of


    For anyone who actually reads this article you undoubtedly noticed that I missed last week! And, the reason is really simple … I forgot.

    Yes, it was one of those early deadlines that I remembered a couple of hours too late. And while I seriously doubt anyone went through too much emotional trauma at the absence of my article I will nonetheless apologize. In my defense, I felt that if the world were to actually end I would’ve wasted my time by writing an article anyway!

  • Deer: Abby Lala


    Abby Lala, 9, recently bagged this 8-point deer while hunting with her dad, Les, in Shelby County. Lala is the granddaughter of Nancy and Rob Spragens. 

  • SCMS girls basketball


    St. Charles 6th grade girls basketball team competed in Nelson County basketball league recently. St. Charles over-all record was 9-4 in league play and were runners up in the final tournament. Pictured, from left, are are (back row) Coach Lenae Thompson, Elise Carpenter, Emily Helms, Cassidy Logsdon, Mariella Curtis, Sammi Jo Potters and Coach Kenny Mills; front row from left, Lauren Ferriell, Abby Scott, Jenny Mattingly and Katie Mattingly.

  • Slipped past me

    I guess that in all the hustle and bustle of Christmas and all that goes with it, something slipped up on me, and I nearly forgot about it. In fact, this actually happened two full weeks ago. I can’t believe that I nearly missed this or that no one mentioned it.

  • Knights fall to Panthers

    The Marion County High School Knights basketball team hosted the Elizabethtown Panthers Dec 18 at the Roby Dome The Knights came into the game riding a three-game winning streak, but could not extend that streak any further, falling to Elizabethtown by a final score of 62-47.

  • The Game Plan, Dec. 26

    Dec. 27-29


    Lady Knights compete in Montgomery County Christmas Tournament


    Knights compete in Citizens Bank/Campbellsville University Holiday Classic 

  • Deer: Dylan Abell


    Dylan Abell killed this 5-point buck Nov. 19, 2012. He is the son of Scott and Joan Abell.

  • Deer: MaCayla Falls


    MaCayla Falls, age 7, shot this buck in Taylor County on November 13, 2012.

  • Deer: Coy Glasscock


    Coy Glasscock got this 127-inch buck with his recurve bow.

  • Deer: Tanner Hutchins


    Tanner Hutchins, 10, got his first deer, a 10-pointer, on Nov. 10 while sitting in a lawn chair in the back yard. He is the son of Michael and Pam Hutchins.