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Today's Sports

  • COLUMN: Sports talk: The good,...

    The Derby’s over, and a long summer awaits. But there’s plenty of sports talk and chatter for fans. Some news is good, some is bad, but there’s always something for sports fans to discuss, argue and gripe about. I’m no different.

  • Sports Shorts

    Blue-white football
    game scheduled

    The Spencer County High School blue-white football game will be Friday at 7 p.m.

    Admission is $3 for adults, and children ages 5 and under will be admitted free.

    SCHS football team
    to host camp for youth

    The Spencer County High School football team is hosting a camp for youth in first through sixth grades Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with registration at 8:30 a.m.

    The camp cost is $25 per participant, which includes a camp T-shirt and lunch.

  • PHOTOS: Mountain Goat 5K/1-mile...

    Take a look at a few other photos from the Mountain Goat 5K/1-mile Walk to benefit the Spencer County Track and Cross Country Elementary Team.

  • Sports briefs - 5.2.12

    SCHS football team to host camp for youth
    The Spencer County High School football team is hosting a camp for youth in first through sixth grades on May 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with registration at 8:30 a.m.
    The camp cost is $25 per participant, which includes a camp T-shirt and lunch.
    For more information, call coach Mike Marksbury at 507-0035 or email him at mike.marksbury@spencer.kyschools.us.

    Blue-white football game scheduled

  • Bears lose to Whitefield in...

    Walks came back to haunt the Spencer County Bears Saturday afternoon as they dropped a 6-5 decision to visiting Whitefield Acadamy, falling to 6-11 on the season.

  • COLUMN: A ‘bucket list’ for...

    I’ve never sat down to write out a bucket list — the common term for a list of things you want to do or experience before you die — but any such list would have to include a fair amount of sporting events for me.

  • COLUMN: From ‘Run for the Roses...

    Derby Week. In name, Kentucky’s first Saturday in May is international. Run for the Roses.
    Kentucky Derby history is stirred to life in a rush of Bluegrass springtime. A pageant that comes to us in shades of green, golden rod yellows, white, black and stone fences and roses of course. Among the fixtures? Juleps, who’s who celebrities and women prancing about in immodest hats.
    Parties pop up like mushrooms, the biggest, loudest, longest socials possible, all arranged around a 6 o’clock call to the post at Churchill Downs.

  • PHOTO: Bears move to 4-9

    Spencer County junior pitcher Austin Heilman delivers a pitch during a game earlier this season for the Bears. The baseball team is currently 4-9 on the season after dropping a tough 2-1 decision at Anderson County last week, as well as a 3-2 loss to Lloyd Memorial. The Bears were to play at home Tuesday against Collins and on Thursday at 5 p.m. against Evangel Christian and noon Saturday at home against Whitefield Academy.

  • PHOTO: Sorrells a steady hand...

    Spencer County Lady Bear pitcher Tara Sorrells has been a steady hand this year as the girls have earned a 9-8 record so far, including going 3-1 last week. The girls scored a 12-1 victory at Nelson County, a 7-4 win at South Oldham and got a hard-fought 1-0 win at Anderson County last week before dropping a 5-3 decision to Bullitt East over the weekend. The girls were scheduled to be at home this week against Oldham County on Monday and North Oldham on Tuesday.

  • COLUMN: Calipari critic gives...

    It’s been almost a month now and Kentuckians are still aglow after UK hung its eighth National Championship banner in Rupp Arena. As a lifelong UK fan, I join in that pride, but anyone who knows me has probably heard me speak my concerns about Coach John Calipari’s recruiting methods.