High School Sports

  • SOFTBALL: What could’ve been

    Haley Mattingly hasn’t played on Talley Field since April 22, 2019, exactly one year ago today.
    In that game, a 7-2 win over Campbellsville, Mattingly struck out nine batters, and allowed only two hits.
    The star pitcher, whose wildly successful and storied career at Marion County dates back to her fifth-grade year, saw her junior season end due to a leg injury. Her final game last season was a road match with Adair County on April 23, 2019.

  • BASEBALL: A season slipping away

    Ryan Lee Hayes’ senior season wasn’t supposed to be like this.
    By now, Hayes and the five other seniors on the Marion County High School baseball team should be a month into their season, having just returned from a weeklong trip to Ft. Walton Beach in Florida over Spring Break.
    By now, thoughts of the postseason and a run back to Whitaker Bank Ballpark should be swirling around.
    Reality, however, has other plans.
    Specifically, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has other plans.

  • FOOTBALL: An offseason on hold

    When Rob Reader became the head coach for the Marion County High School football team in June of 2019, he inherited a team that had not seen the playoffs since 2014, had gone a measly 4-36 in the four seasons between 2015 and 2018 and had been without a head since the end of March.
    For Reader, his coaching staff and his players, it was clear they were getting a very late start in taking the first step in the rebuilding process.
    In his second season, Reader and the Marion County Knights are in much the same predicament.

  • All Fired Up About Basketball 5K postponed to May 16

    Due to concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19), the All Fired Up About Baseball 5K originally scheduled for March 28 has been postponed to May 16.

  • KHSAA cancels sports through April 12

    High school sports in Kentucky have been shut down until next month due to concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19).
    On Friday, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) instituted a dead period for all high school sports, which will extend through April 12.

  • Clements selected as next boys soccer head coach

    James Clements is coming back home.
    Sort of.
    The Marion County alumnus is returning back to the school he attended and the team he played for, taking the reigns as the next head coach for the Marion County High School boys soccer team.
    Clements takes over for Greg Conley, the longtime Knights coach who resigned at the end of this past season.
    “I’m blessed to be back,” Clements said. “I’m very excited to be coming back. I pictured myself coming back and giving back to the program that did a lot for me.”

  • BASEBALL: Senior-led Knights have high expectations in 2020

    The Marion County Knights finished 18-19 last season and got back to the district finals and regional tournament with a 5-4 win over Campbellsville.
    However, the Taylor County Cardinals denied the Knights a second district title in three seasons, winning the district title 6-1 in a run to the state tournament.
    The Knights hope, three years removed from a state semifinals appearance, they can conjure some magic up and find some similar success in 2020.  

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Panthers run, shoot past Knights to regional semis

    The Marion County Knights saw their hopes for a run to Rupp Arena wither away under a barrage of Elizabethtown three-pointers.
    On the very same court just days earlier where the Knights had celebrated their first district title in eight years, Marion County watched in disbelief as the Panthers kept hitting threes and kept flying up and down the court at warp speed unabated.  
    A season full of promise and potential ended for the Knights in the most shocking way possible—a blowout.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bardstown defense ends Lady Knights’ season at region

    Marion County and Bardstown just cannot seem to get out of each other’s way when the calendar flips to postseason, as the past three regional tournaments have featured a Bardstown-Marion County matchup in the opening round.
    This time in round three, the Bardstown Lady Tigers did not need overtime to avenge a heartbreaking loss a year earlier.  
    With a dizzying display of athleticism, quickness and stifling defense, the Lady Tigers turned what was brewing into a blowout win for Marion County into a triumph straight into the regional semifinals.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights are ‘all-in’ in 2020

    Injuries and illness derailed the Marion County Lady Knights in their quest for a fourth consecutive district title last season.
    However, the Lady Knights are back healthy and reloaded for the beginning of the new decade, prepared to reclaim their 20th District title back.
    And, as the Lady Knights for their season opener in five days, third-year head coach Erin Benton said the Lady Knights are “all in” for this season.


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