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Today's Sports

  • Lady Bears fall to Anderson

     

    For the better part of two quarters, it looked as though the Spencer County Lady Bears might be on the verge of picking up a signature win as they led Anderson County 20-16 with six minutes left in the first half. However, Anderson County’s long-range shooting spurred them to an 18-3 run to end the half, including a three-pointer at the buzzer to go up 34-23 at the break, on their way to a 74-47 victory in Taylorsville Thursday night.

    “We were off to an excellent start and played well the entire game,” said Lady Bears Coach Brandy Scott.

  • N. Bullitt tops Bears, 71-51

     

    The Spencer County Bears dropped their fourth game in a row Thursday night, falling 71-51 on the road to North Bullitt.
    The Eagles, 15-1 on the season, wasted no time in building an early 17-6 lead and padded that lead as the night went on as the Bears fell to 6-13 on the season.

  • Sports Briefs - week of January...

    Youth Soccer Sign-ups

    The Spencer County Sports Association is accepting registrations for Recreational Spring Soccer for children age 2 to 18 now through January 25. Registration forms can be printed from their website, www.spencercountysoccer.com. Click on “Registration” then click on registration information and registration form.

    Spring Basketball League

  • Lady Bears are a work in progress

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears are a work in progress, the key word being progress.

    Most of the minutes being logged for the girls are from players who are sophomores and freshmen. That means this young team is learning as they go.

    What’s impressed me about the team this year is how different players have stepped up and shown improvement.

  • KY offers year-round outdoor...

     

    The coldest temperatures since the last visit of the Polar Vortex late last winter dim prospects of hunting and fishing over the next week or so. During times of single-digit temperatures greeting you in the morning, a little planning of outdoor adventures for the coming year helps lift spirits during these darkest, coldest days of winter.

    Kentuckians are lucky as our state offers bountiful outdoor opportunities for each month of the year. Here are some productive suggestions for each month of the upcoming year.

  • Heartbreaking loss for Bears

     

    In front of a packed house at Lloyd G. Mullins Gymnasium, the Spencer Bears suffered a most agonizing defeat when they fell to Collins in the final seconds, 41-39 Friday night.

    The Bears held a 32-23 lead in the opening seconds of the final quarter, but Collins then connected on three straight three-pointers from the corner to tie the game at 32-32 with a little more than four minutes remaining.

    The lead then changed hands several times as the game came down to the stretch.

  • Lady Bears beat N. Oldham

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears bounced back from a disappointing loss Friday night by besting North Oldham 50-43 Saturday at home. The victory snapped a five game losing streak for the Lady Bears, who improved to 7-10 on the season.

    “The girls came out and battled all four quarters and played very well,” said Coach Brandy Scott. “They had fun and played great team ball.”

    She cited the play of Abby Myers and Audrey Michels in the win.

  • Bengals-Steelers game a disgrace...

    Growing up as a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, I’ve been conditioned to handle defeat and disappointment. My fervor for the team waned back in the late 90’s as the Bengals began to be known as the NFL’s version of a halfway house, taking in players with criminal records, questionable morals and to top it off, they just couldn’t win.

    Slowly, they wooed me back over the past few years. They started winning, they had more touchdowns than court appearances and they became a much more tolerable team to root for.
    Until Saturday.

  • Sports Briefs - week of January...

    Youth Soccer Sign-ups

    The Spencer County Sports Association is accepting registrations for Recreational Spring Soccer for children age 2 to 18 now through January 25. Registration forms can be printed from their website, www.spencercountysoccer.com. Click on “Registration” then click on registration information and registration form.

    Spring Basketball League

  • Former UK Coach Yeast returns to...

    Former University of Kentucky standout Craig Yeast is returning to the college coaching ranks.

    He’s the new offensive coordinator at Division III Franklin College, which is located just south of Indianapolis. He had been head coach at Freemont Ross High School in Ohio after previously coaching wide receivers at Tiffin College in Ohio.

    Franklin runs a spread offense that Yeast likes. Last year Franklin threw for over 4,000 yards and averaged 531 yards and 42 points per game. The team went 8-3 and made the NCAA playoffs.