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Today's Sports

  • Tri-County Kentucky United Way’s...

    The Tri-County Kentucky United Way is having its Spirit 5k on Saturday, Sept. 21, starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Nelson County Civic Center, 321  
    South Third Street in Bardstown. There will be photo and video finishes of each runner crossing the finish line, as well as great goodie bags and awards. All proceeds from the Spirit 5K will benefit local programming that helps local people in need in the areas of education, financial stability and health. Visit www.tricountytrifecta for more information.

  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: JJ Traynor...

    By Larry Vaught

    JJ Traynor has gone from a player who averaged 11.2 points and 8.6 rebounds per game for Bardstown, which only had a 15-16 record last year, to a top 100 recruit nationally in a matter of months.

    The 6' 8" Traynor, the son of 1993 Kentucky Mr. Basketball Jason Osborne, is now the highest-rated in-state player in the 2020 recruiting class and Bardstown coach James “Boo” Brewer, a former Louisville player, says he has changed dramatically as a player in recent months to earn that boost in the national rankings.

  • UK freshman Kenneth Horsey kept...

    By Sports Correspondent Larry Vaught

    He says he was 100 percent healthy last season but also admits he lost strength after having open heart surgery just a few months before he arrived on the University of Kentucky campus.
    “I wasn’t able to perform the best I could last year. I am 100 percent healthy now and ready to go and play and show these coaches what I can do,” said redshirt freshman offensive guard Kenneth Horsey of Sanford, Florida

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights finish...

    The Marion County Lady Knights received one final practice run before their season opener last night, Aug. 20, against Woodford County, as Marion County competed in the Bowling Green Scrimmage Tournament on Saturday.

    In three matches, the Lady Knights finished 1-2. The Lady Knights defeated Webster County and lost to South Warren and Southwestern Pulaski.

    According to Head Coach David Hibbard, Marion County’s performance in the Bowling Green Scrimmage was a significant improvement from a lackluster effort in the Bluegrass State Games earlier this month.

  • Register now for Pokey Pig 5K,...

    Registration for the Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk is now underway. The Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk is one of the biggest Ham Days events attracting approximately 1,000 runners on Saturday morning, Sept. 28, starting at 8 a.m.

    The Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk during Ham Days features a mixed medium course through the streets of downtown Lebanon and Graham Memorial Park. The race course is certified by USA Track and Field, making it one of the few in area.

  • Gun violence awareness...

    The first Hoop It Up Gun Violence Awareness Tournament was hosted on Sunday, Aug. 11. Marion County High School student Myliah Brown and Makayla Epps, a former standout basketball player for Marion County, the University of Kentucky and the Chicago Sky, organized the event.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights shut out in...

    The Marion County Knights were playing well in the first half. The second half? Not so much.

    The Knights were shut out in their season opener, 3-0, against the Thomas Nelson Generals on Aug. 13 in Bardstown.

    While Marion County had only four shots on goal in the first half, Head Coach Greg Conley said the Knights played well in the first half.

    “We played absolutely outstanding in the first half,” he said. “Stringing passes together. Controlled most of the game. We looked good, and we played very well. Played like a unit.”

  • Over a helmet

    In March, NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown was traded from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Oakland Raiders. The trade came after Brown had become increasingly upset with the Steelers. Brown’s issues with the Steelers included a rocky relationship with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who wasn’t afraid to publicly criticize the star receiver. Brown also showed up late to several team meetings, and he was benched in the Pittsburgh’s season finale last year, just to name a few issues.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights drop...

    The start for the Marion County Lady Knights’ season has been anything but ideal.

    They lost both games. They were outscored 13-1. And, a star defensive player went down with an injury in the season opener.

  • The Game Plan

    Aug. 21
    GIRLS SOCCER
    Lady Knights vs. Ft. Knox (Home), 7:30 p.m.

    Aug. 22
    VOLLEYBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Spencer County (Home), 7:30 p.m.

    Aug. 23
    FOOTBALL
    Knights vs. Western (Home), 7:30 p.m.

    Aug. 24
    BOYS SOCCER
    Knights vs. Boyle County (Home), 10 a.m.

    GIRLS SOCCER
    Lady Knights vs. Holy Cross-Louisville (Away), 12 p.m.

    GOLF