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Today's Sports

  • Bears drop 3 games in Derby...

    It was a tough spring break for the Spencer County Bears baseball team, as they dropped three games in the Derby City Classic before the rains came and washed out the rest of the tournament.
    The Bears opened with a solid game despite the 3-2 loss against Southern on Monday. In that game, Jaret Cannon was the starting pitcher on the mound and gave up just three hits through six innings. However, Southern got five hits in the late innings and escaped with the one-run victory while holding the Bears to just four hits on the day.

  • PHOTO: SCMS volleyball finishes...

     

    Eighth grade volleyball team received second in their conference. Kylie Lyons, Elizabeth Vannatta, Kayleigh Eldridge, Allison Bingham, Mackenna Cox, Brittany Wiseman, Mackenzie Brock, M.J. Wolak, Abbi Kemper, Emily Sibert, Kelsey Lear, Abbi Wernert, Coach Reno, Nikkole Werenrt and Mike Lyons.

  • COLUMN: Kentucky ' . . ....

    In context of losing ten times, surviving Kansas State, unbeaten Wichita State, defending NCAA champion Louisville, then Michigan, Kentucky’s unlikely advance to the 2014 Final Four, is reminiscent of ...“... the Giants win the pennant! The Giants win the pennant!” – Russ Hodges, New York Giants radio, 1951.
    Or ...“Do you believe in miracles?” Al Michaels, Olympic Games, 1980.
    Or ...“I don’t believe what I just saw,” Jack Buck, St. Louis Cardinals radio, 1988.

  • COLUMN: Spring baseball begins...
  • Error prone Bears drop two of...

     

  • Lady Bears win 3-1 over Danville

     

  • PHOTO: Sixth grade volleyball...

     

    Spencer County Middle School’s 6th grade Volleyball team recently placed second in its conference tournament. Pictured from left are Coach Whitney Reno, Cheyann Cordoba, Maggie Eisenback, Emily Sibert, Karlie Acker, Kelsey Lear, Abi Kemper, Abby Wernert, Allena Stovall, Makayla Priddy, Jamsin Patterson, Yeismar Perez and Nikkole Wernert.

  • PHOTO: Dancers win at Jamfest...

     

  • COLUMN: Kentucky will dance with...

    Kentucky and Wichita State “... is like a heavyweight title fight,” a television analyst marveled.
    Stylish too. Spiced by UK’s 54 per cent shooting, exquisite decision-making and, for Big Blue Nation, the answer to a question being asked back home last Sunday.
    A Wildcats’ fan, who knew what analyst Seth Greenburg meant when he said three weeks ago, Kentucky, “... is painful to watch.”
    Last Sunday the same fan turned to a friend and said, “Who ARE those guys?”

  • COLUMN: It's dance time and...

    To say the men’s NCAA Tournament is wide open is like saying Russ Smith won’t take more than 10 shots in the next five minutes ... wherever he is.Pairings for Kentucky three entries? Thumbs up from here.
    Louisville as a four seed and Kentucky eight seed in the same bracket is “they don’t like us,” work of the demons of bracketology, right? With bracket-maker conspirators.The “we was robbed!” whine from U of L fans about a four seed? Ignore it. The defending national champions’ perch is perfect.