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Today's Sports

  • Bears drop close decision at...

     

  • Lady Bears get 10-point win

     

  • Kentucky Afield Outdoors:...

    Kentucky hunters took 20 bears during the 2013 bear season that concluded this past December. This season introduced an expanded bear hunting zone as well as an archery and crossbow season.
    Both the firearm and archery/crossbow bear seasons received a 10-bear quota for the 2013 seasons for a total of 20 bears. Hunters can now hunt bears in 16 Kentucky counties, up from four counties in 2012.

  • COLUMN: Petrino should be...

    Bobby Petrino seemed truly grateful for a second chance last week as he was introduced, again, as the head football coach for the University of Louisville Cardinals. He should be.
    The man who left Louisville for the NFL with little warning and in a manner that rankled most Cardinal fans, stood before a crowded press conference as a humbled man who now speaks as though Louisville will be his final destination. If so, the trip he took getting here couldn’t have been more bumpy.

  • Spencer youth wrestlers return...

    On Sunday, Jan.12, the Spencer County youth wrestling team returned to North Oldham Middle. This meet put the Bears up against teams from North Oldham, Warren County, North Hardin, Fern Creek and many more.

  • Thomas Nelson, Collins defeat...

    After a long holiday stretch of road games and tournaments, the Spencer County Bears returned home for two games over the weekend. While they suffered two losses, the first game offered a glimpse of promise as the Bears went toe-to-toe against a quality team in Thomas Nelson.

  • Lady Bears fall to Thomas Nelson...

    The Spencer County Lady Bears had hoped to find the win column Friday night when they squared up against Thomas Nelson, but turnovers, poor rebounding and the inability to cash in on free throws doomed the girls as they fell, 54-46.

  • COLUMN: Halfway through, Ky....

    Kentucky has 15 games left in the regular season, same for Western Kentucky. Louisville has 14. Mid-schedule impressions from here:
    KENTUCKY. Halfway through their college careers, John Calipari’s one-and-doners, in light of preseason hype showered on them, have underachieved.
    Game performance to match preseason No. 1 ranking? One. Defeated Louisville at Rupp Arena. Michigan State and North Carolina aside, Kentucky played a bevy of lightweights, endured something called Camp Cal and at mid-January UK is still learning to be a team.
    Grade. C-minus.

  • COLUMN: Charlie Strong, it’s ‘...

    Happy New Year, Charlie Strong.
    Football in Texas is like football in Brazil, nationalized and a little nutsy. Texas is a nation isn’t it? And basketball is Little Brother, too.
    Meanwhile (most) Louisville football fans were gracious, wished their ex-coach well on his job jump. Media-types went along. Paid homage to a 25-million-dollar-man.
    Just business, man.

  • Bears take 2nd in tourney

    They didn’t bring home the big trophy, but the Spencer County Bears did earn a dose of self-confidence over the weekend as they claimed second place at the Christmas Tournament in Carroll County.