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Today's Sports

  • COLUMN: HARD WORK MAKES YOU...

    I think the best thing that can be said about Spencer County High School’s football team is that it works hard. The Bears just finished another winning season, going 6-5 before bowing out of the 4A playoffs Friday night with a 42-26 loss to Nelson County. It was an unceremonious end to an exciting season that began back in the dog days of summer when the boys were sweating it out on the practice field. Actually, it began just a few days after the final game last season when the boys began hitting the weights in preparation for the 2013 campaign.

  • PHOTO: Dance team named grand...

    The Spencer County High School dance team took home grand champion honors over the weekend at a competition at Bryan Station High School in Lexington. The team competed against four other high schools in the hip hop division, won first place and also received the grand champion trophy. Pictured, from front left, are Tristan Donovan, Emily Marlow, Marita Frye, Shelby Moore, Rachel Ferriell, Sydney Polston and Cayla Perkins. From back left are Bria Swallow, Rikki Urquhart, Alondra Sarmiento, Peyton Forberger, Kenna Lyons, Paige Forberger, Hanna Quiroa and Katie Crenshaw.

  • Spencer County girls JV soccer...

    The Spencer County girls JV soccer team just completed a successful season with a record of 5-3-2. The team went undefeated in district play with a 4-0 win over Shelby County, a 3-0 win over Collins, and a 1-0 win over Anderson County.

  • COLUMN: Bill Mazeroski says...

    The Spencer County Bears saw their season come to a end Friday night with a 42-26 loss at Nelson County in the first round of the 4A playoffs. Costly turnovers doomed the Bears early and an effective passing game by the Cardinals was simply too much to overcome.

  • COLUMN: Bill Mazeroski says...

    Slugger Museum in Louisville is every bit a match for the over-sized baseball bat standing out front. It has its own hallowed displays, crooks and crannies of memories and glassed-in baseball lore. That’s before you see how bats are made.
    To get a look at Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski valuables before an auction on Saturday, I went back to visit last week.

  • PHOTO GALLERY: SCHS football...
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  • Three runners finish in top 50...

    Spencer County Middle School cross country ran in the Mid-Kentucky Conference of Champions State meet Oct. 26, in Lexington. Medals were awarded to the top 50 in each race.
    6 and Under 3000m finals:
    (430 runners)
    26 Hunter Wethington 11:58.40
    207 Jacob Bingham 14:04.30
    213 Hayden Detrich 14.09.80
    377 Gavin Scharrer
     
    7 and 8 Boys 4000m finals:
    (431 runners)
    216 Shane Henderson 16:50.90
    342 Michael Panwo 18:40.70
    368 Luke Kirk 19:10.70
    403 Ian Robinson 21:13.20
     

  • COLUMN: Rupp's Runt Conley...

    Larry Conley was a newsmaker last week. Pardon the mix of sports cliches, but the popular (my favorite) Rupp’s Runt hit for the cycle at a basketball game.
    •Single. The idea to re-unite players from the 1966 NCAA title game, Texas Western-UK at Maryland’s old Cole Field House, moved Conley to quip, “You better hurry up.”
    Been 48 years.
    •Double. Doing commentary at the Kentucky-Transylvania exhibition, Conley opined that UK fans “sit on the hands because they analyze players the same ways we do.”

  • Youth basketball signups

    The Spencer County Parks and Recreation youth basketball signups will be Nov. 2 at Spencer County Middle School from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The deadline for signing up is Nov. 9. If any high school students are interested in playing, signups will be held at the same time.