.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • Bears win big at homecoming

    The Spencer County Bears used a bruising running attack to tame the Waggener Wildcats on Saturday night during a 33-7 victory as they celebrated homecoming.

    The Bears rushed for 364 yards on the night as they controlled the line of scrimmage and the possession game on the way to their second consecutive victory while improving to 3-5 on the year.

  • Bears maul Atherton 55-7

    There’s a lot of fun to be had on the sidelines of a 55-7 blowout, but Spencer County Bears’ Football Coach Mike Marksbury was proud of his team for taking care of job one at Atherton on Friday night when they picked up a district victory over the Rebels.

  • Lady Bears fall to South Oldham

    The Spencer County Lady Bears continue their quest to prove they can compete at the highest level of high school soccer, but two games last week reminded them that they’ve got a few things left to learn.

  • COLUMN: The good, the bad and...

    Good, bad and you know.
    The Bluegrass State’s three D-I affiliates suffered a donut hole last weekend. And, Kentucky, Louisville and Western Kentucky face the likelihood of more of the road this week.
    GOOD. Kentucky arrived home from Baton Rouge long after 570 tents were gone from Memorial Coliseum. Tickets for Big Blue Madness sold out in 59 minutes.

  • PHOTO: Volleyball team wins on...

    Spencer County’s Alexis Hays sends the ball over the net during recent volleyball action for the Lady Bears. The girls celebrated senior night last week with a 2-0 win over Fort Knox as they said goodbye to four seniors, including Angel Bensen, Brandi Bleemel, Courtney Cox and Nikki Prater. The girls were to complete their regular season on Tuesday with a game at Washington County.

  • PHOTO: Ray gets 750-pound elk

    Spencer County resident Joseph Ray killed this 750-pound 5-by-6 bull Elk in Knott County Saturday. Ray said he was one of two Spencer County residents who drew an elk tag, allowing him to hunt the large animal.

  • PHOTO: Soccer team has full...

    Spencer County’s Shane Greenwell (#5) battles for a possession during a recent home game for the Bears soccer team.

    The Bears dropped a 6-0 decision to South Oldham last week and have a full slate this week, as they were to travel to Iroquois Monday, play at Bardstown on Tuesday and will celebrate senior night Thursday when they host Christian Academy of Louisville. They will wrap up their regular season Saturday when they host Owen County at 6 p.m. and will be at South Oldham next Monday night in the first round of the 16th District tournament.

  • 4-H Shooting Sports Club fares...

    Spencer County’s 4-H Shooting Sports Club was right on target at this year’s 4-H State Shooting Sports Competition, bringing home first, second and third place trophies.

  • Bears rally for win over...

    The Spencer County Bears soccer team rallied for a 4-3 victory over Whitefield Academy on Saturday morning in Taylorsville.

  • PHOTO: Volleyball Lady Bears...

    Coach Tim Elder congratulates his team during the deciding game of the Lady Bears’ 2-1 win over Bullitt East in volleyball Monday night.

    The girls are 9-18 on the season after splitting a pair of matches last week. They beat Iroquois last Tuesday in three games and dropped a 2-1 decision to Louisville Brown on the road. This week, the girls were to be at North Bullitt Tuesday and will play their final home game tonight against Fort Knox.