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Today's Sports

  • DETERMINATION DEFINED

    McKenna Pfeiffer is like a lot of high school seniors. She’s anticipating her prom in just a few weeks, savoring the final months of her high school career and looking forward to graduation. But the past year of McKenna’s life has been anything but routine.

  • Shelton signs with Berea

    Spencer County senior baseball player Lance Shelton recently signed to play college baseball with Berea College.

  • Spencer County Stallions to host...

    The Spencer County Stallions are having a youth football fun and skills camp every Sunday in April from 2 to 4 p.m. It will be held at the Stallions Field, 100 Water St.
    It is free to boys and girls ages 5 to 11.
    “Even if you’re not sure your child wants to play football, bring them on out for the fun and exercise,” organizers said.
    No equipment is required.
    The Stallions are also seeking volunteers interested in applying for the head coach positions. Resumes may be submitted to one of the board members present at the spring camps.

  • Spencer County Fish and Game...

    Safety will be the word of the day Saturday as the Spencer County Fish and Game Club hosts an open house and safety day at the club located at 1520 Little Mount Road (Ky. 44 on the four lane just before the entrance to Tanglewood).

  • PHOTO: 10-pound largemouth bass

    Local fisherman Joe Paul Smith caught this largemouth bass on Feb. 24 in Polk City, Fla. The fish weighed 10 pounds, 1.5 ounces and was 25 inches long.
    Smith was accompanied by Ron Call of Polk City and Clayton Call of North Port, Fla.
    After the fish was weighed and measured, it was released.

  • Bears on six-game winning streak

    The Spencer County Bears packed up for Florida this weekend riding on a six-game winning streak following their 4-1 victory over visiting Washington County on Thursday afternoon.

  • COLUMN: Barmore brought first...

    Jacob Barmore was 22 years old when he returned to Spencer County as the youngest head coach in Kentucky high school basketball back in 2004. It was a rough first season for the rookie coach – not only because his team only won seven games, but he also suffered serious injuries in a car accident that caused him to miss several games and left him in pain on the sidelines much of the year.

  • PHOTO: Lady Bears fall to...

    Spencer County’s Katie McKinney makes contact with a pitch during a recent game for the Lady Bears softball team. The girls dropped a tough 5-4 decision at Bullitt Central last Thursday and will be back in action after Spring Break when they host Trimble County on April 11.
     

  • COLUMN: Will Catlanta be Big...

    Observations from the notebook.
    Louisville’s march through Rupp Arena, Indianapolis and on to Catlanta has turned Big Blue Nation and Hoosiers into the loudest silent majority since ESPN shut down Dick Vitale.
    Who’s going to stop the Cards? If Rick Pitino’s team plays the next (possible) 80 minutes the way it played the last 80, and a Kevin Ware battle cry carries on, then neither Michigan nor Syracuse will flag down this flight.
    Two under-card dramas will play out at this Final Four.

  • PHOTO: Champions!

    The Green Team of the 2013 Spencer County Parks and Recreation third-grade league won the division championship. The team won back-to-back games to win the tournament. Pictured, from left, are Mason Thompson, Jaxon McLendon, Caleb Bollin, Hunter Williams, head coach Mat Inmon, assistant coach Jody Thompson, Lucas Sherrard and Joshua Truax. Not pictured is teammate Emily Truax.