Today's Sports

  • Early start sends Knights past...


  • Lady Knights claim sixth...

    Only one team had won five straight Girls’ 20th District Tournament titles and now there is only one with six in a row as Marion County’s Lady Knights (28-4) accomplished the feat with a 70-47 romp over Adair County in the district championship encounter on Friday night at Taylor County High School.

  • Marion County teams claim 20th...

    Marion County High School captured the girls' and boys' 20th District Basketball Tournament championships at Taylor County High School.

    The Lady Knights bested Adair County 70-47 on Friday while the Knights upended Taylor County 67-51 on Saturday.

  • Fifth Region Basketball...

    Boys’ Fifth Region Tournament at Central Hardin
    Feb. 29-March 1 first-round results

    LaRue County 73, Taylor County 53
    John Hardin 62, Bethlehem 45
    Bardstown 63, North Hardin 57
    Marion County 50, Green County 49
    Monday, March 5
    John Hardin 84, LaRue County 78
    Bardstown 63, Marion County 60
    Tuesday, March 6
    John Hardin 74, Bardstown 66

  • Marion County ends CHS season

    Campbellsville High’s Eagles led 5-3 early  on a Hayden Neal free throw and two baskets by Damontez Smith, but Marion County dominated the rest of the half en route to a 63-43 domination of the Eagles in the first round of the 20th District Tournament on Tuesday night at Taylor County.
    The Knights used steady senior point guard John Southall’s 13 first-half points to build a 31-10 half-time cushion.
    Reserves Bobby Jaglowicz and Clay Lanham added 12 and nine points, respectively, for coach Montrelle Irvin’s top-seed squad.

  • Lady Knights overpower Lady...

    Marion County’s Lady Knights tallied the game’s first 13 points with all five starters scoring and shellacked the Lady Eagles of Campbellsville 74-25 in the opening game of the 20th District Tournament at Taylor County on Tuesday.
    Logan Powell scored 10 of her game-high 16 points in the first half while Makayla Epps totaled  11 and the Lady Knight bench finished with 27 points (eight each by Alexis Calhoun and Emily Fenwick and seven by Coco May).
    Brittany Vaught paced the Lady Eagles (10-21) with 13 points.

  • Lady Cards eliminated by Lady...


  • Crappie fishing pro good company

    With a name like Whitey Outlaw, he might be suited to be a country-western star or maybe a World Wrestling fighter, but those who know the name, know he is one of the top crappie fishing pros in the country.
    Whitey has been fishing crappie tournaments since he was 15, when he won his first tournament on his home lake, Santee Cooper in South Carolina.
    He has fished every CrappieMasters major tourney since and he and his partner, Mike Parrott won the organization’s Classic three years ago.

  • St. Catharine pins 75-61 loss on...

    Campbellsville's Lady Tigers fiddled away a first-half lead, drew even early in the second half, but could not maintain their momentum, losing to the home-standing St. Catharine’s Lady Patriots 75-61 Saturday afternoon.
    Campbellsville built an early 11-4 lead on threes by Courtney Clifton (two) and Mackenzie Lee. But, CU would not hit another three the entire game and shot 27 percent from the field. As a matter of fact, after hitting four of its first six shots, CU went 3-22 the rest of the half. The Lady Tigers hit 16-58 shots from the field.

  • CU dismantles SCC 71-58

    Campbellsville University's Tigers, playing some of their best basketball of the season, dismantled St. Catharine  College and came away with its fourth straight win 71-58 Saturday in Springfield.
    The Tigers, who hit 5-7 on three-pointers in the first half while the Patriots (0-17) were shooting blanks, burst out to a 37-17 lead at the half.
    SCC closed to within 39-26 two and a half minutes into the second half, but CU responded with a 10-3 run of its own, punctuated by a fall-away three by Cedric Henderson as the shot clock was winding down.