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Today's Sports

  • Bears get two wins

     

    The Spencer County Bears took two of three games in the Mike Miller Classic tournament they hosted last week, falling 72-61 in the championship game to North Bullitt.

  • Lady Bears bounce back with two...

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears bounced back from a four-game skid to take two of three during a holiday tournament in Taylor County, to put the girls back on the winning track before heading south for a Christmas tournament this week.

    The girls opened the Taylor County Christmas Tournament with a 47-43 victory over the host Lady Cardinals, then fell to eventual champions Bullitt Central, 49-40 in the second round.

  • Kentucky kid Hawkins dreamed of...

     

    As a youngster, Dominique Hawkins said when he played basketball with his friends they always pretended they were playing a Kentucky-Louisville game.

    “Usually Kentucky would always win. It was fun though,” Hawkins said.

    It was again last week when Hawkins helped provide needed help after starter Isaiah Briscoe was hurt in pregame warmups. Hawkins hit three 3-pointers and scored a career-high 14 points in the 75-73 win. He said it was probably his best game since high school at Madison Central.

  • 2015 saw record deer harvest in...

     

    Kentucky often comes up in discussions about the best places in the country to hunt whitetail deer.

    It’s no wonder. The deer are plentiful, permits can be easily obtained, and the state produces several trophy class bucks each year.

    The 2015-16 deer season is reinforcing Kentucky’s reputation by breaking records at just about every turn. Two more fell this past weekend when black powder hunters finished a record late muzzleloader season and sent the state’s overall harvest total soaring to unprecedented heights.

  • Kentucky laws keep deer from...

    A disease fatal to deer and elk now exists in 23 states. Kentucky is not one of them – and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources hopes to keep it that way.

    Hunters traveling to other states for the holidays should know the law before bringing a harvested deer or elk back to Kentucky. Violations can trigger a fine and potential confiscation of the animal and hunting equipment used to take it.

  • Women invited to outdoor workshop

    Women 18 and older have until Jan. 4 to register for a special Beyond Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop at Kenlake State Resort Park, Jan. 15-17.

    Co-sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Kentucky Department of Parks, this weekend workshop features numerous opportunities for women to learn more about outdoor skills, activities, wildlife-watching and conservation efforts in the state.

  • Turn your Christmas trees into...

    Help create habitat for fish while disposing of your old Christmas tree this season with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife’s Christmas for the Fishes program.

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is accepting natural Christmas trees through Jan. 15 at 33 locations in 26 counties across the state. Trees must be free of lights, ornaments, tinsel, garland and any other decorations.

    To find the location nearest you, visit the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife website at fw.ky.gov and type in the keyword “Christmas.”

  • Bears outscore Iroquois 64-54

     

    The Spencer County Bears improved to 4-6 on the season with a 64-54 victory over Iroquois High School Sunday during the first round of the Mike Miller Classic in Taylorsville.

    The Bears jumped out early with a 21-12 lead after one quarter to set the pace for a victory in the first round of the six-team event they hosted.

  • Lady Bears look to bounce back

     

    After starting the season 4-0, the Spencer County Lady Bears have hit a rough spot on their schedule, and have now lost four in a row following a 72-59 loss to Whitley County at home Saturday during the Salt River Electric Holiday Classic.

    The Lady Bears jumped out to an early lead against the Lady Colonels, who are 6-2 on the season, but Whitley County took the lead early in the second quarter and the Lady Bears dropped their fourth straight decision.

  • After-holiday outdoor options...

    After the stress, bustle and eventual enjoyment of Christmas passes, many Kentuckians still have several days off from work. After a belly full of bowl games, board games, card games and sweets, boredom and restlessness can set in for outdoors enthusiasts.

    Many perceive the closing of modern gun deer season as the ending to hunting and fishing until the arrival of warm winds next spring. Winter is one of the best times of year to hunt and fish. Time off during the holidays presents a golden opportunity to get outside and enjoy three fantastic outdoors opportunities.