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Today's Sports

  • SCHS football practice

     Any high school student wanting to play football during the 2010 season needs to attend the mandatory parent/player meeting 3 p.m.  Sunday, July 11 at SCHS. Conditioning will begin July 12 at 7 p.m. All athletes must have a current physical on KHSAA form to participate. Forms are available in the main office or online at www.khsaa.org. All information will be handed out at this meeting for the 2010 season.

     

  • Grizzly football practice

    The first day of football practice for Spencer County Middle School will be Monday, July 12 at 6 p.m. All players must bring a copy of a current sports physical on KHSAA Form #4 (copies are available in the SCMS office or from Coach Bass). Equipment and lockers will be issued on this date. There will also be a parents meeting at 8:30 p.m. after practice.

    SCMS Grizzly Football is open to all rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.

    For more information, contact Coach J.T. Bass  at 643-5142 or 477-0162, or Coach Rex Edwards at 396-5149.

     

  • Footie Chicklets win State Cup...

    The Footie Chicklets, a Spencer County Soccer Association U10 girl’s team, won the Kohl’s American State Cup tournament hosted in Bardstown and sponsored by US Youth Soccer. 

    The Chicklets were determined to prove that they were the best team in the state, said Coach Mike Heuglin, and did so very decisively by defeating teams from Nelson County, Lexington, and Bardstown to get to the finals game against the South Nelson Fast & Furious. 

  • Thomas, Myers a winning duo

    Leigh Ellen Thomas (left) and Mackenzie Myers, along with their 14U travel team the Heartland Rage, brought home yet another championship trophy from Owensboro winning the 2010 Tri-State tournament.

    The Rage, based out of Elizabethtown, went into the championship game undefeated, only to lose that game 3 to 0 to the Stunners. The Stunners had defeated the Rage twice in order to be the champs but the Rage pulled it off in the second championship game winning 4 to 2. This was the team’s fourth championship trophy this summer with a winning record of 30 wins, only 4 losses.

  • Calipari may be testing limit of...

    If love can make you blind, then infatuation must be capable of blunting all the senses.

    That’s the only way I can explain the UK fan who pretends not to be concerned over recent comments from UK Head Coach John Calipari.

    Following Thursday’s NBA draft, where five UK ballplayers were picked in the first round, a total unmatched by any other school ever, Calipari made the statement that it was the “biggest day in the history of Kentucky’s program.”

  • Tipton named All-6th region

    Hunter Tipton, 16, of Elk Creek, was recently named to the Courier-Journal’s All-6th Region Team and the All-22nd District Team. Hunter just finished his sophomore season at Louisville DeSales High School.  He is playing for the Louisville Dodgers this summer.

  • Stallions board meeting,...

    Spencer County Stallions have rescheduled the June 2010 Open Board meeting to Wednesday July 7 at the fiscal court building.

    All parents are encouraged to attend.

    Practice for Stallions Football and Cheer leading starts July 6 at 6 p.m.

    If you have any questions, Please call Chris Hutt at  477-9198; Allison Greer Hughes at 502-777-8687 or Kim Carruthers at 477-6763.

     

  • SCHS youth basketball camp

    Spencer County High School's basketball team will be hosting a youth basketball camp for boys and girls ages 5 and up. The camp will be held June 28 through July 2 from 8:30 a.m. until 12 p.m. each day. The cost of the camp is $60/camper.

    During the week, participants will be given individual instruction, hear from a variety of guest speakers and be provided daily snacks and drinks. Campers will also receive a t-shirt and a basketball for participating.

  • Forty-six teams compete in...

    Baseball was king in Taylorsville over the weekend as the Nations Baseball tournament was held at various locations in the area, attracting 46 teams and hundreds of players, coaches and parents to the community.

    Organizer Chuck Fischer said the event went very well, although the number of teams and the limited number of fields forced on age group to play at Beechmont in Louisville.

  • Kentucky, Indiana summer series

    What future for the Kentucky-Indiana spring basketball series? The Hoosier boys’ sweep again this year brought stinging commentary from one dot.com writer in Indiana: