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Today's Sports

  • A win is a win

    In 2009, Spencer County entered the 3A playoffs with just three wins on the season and opened postseason play by traveling to the heart of Louisville to take on Central, a team that was beginning a dominant run that culminated in three straight state titles. The Bears lost, 56-36, but it was probably their best game of the season and despite the fact that it ended the season, there was a sense that the Bears had claimed a moral victory of sorts.

  • 2016 Homecoming Queen and King

     

    Hannah Quiroa was crowned 2016 Homecoming Queen and Branden Leff was crowned King during halftime of Friday’s football game at Spencer County High School. Both Quiroa and Leff are seniors and they were crowned during the homecoming celebration at midfield.

  • Lady Bears rout Iroquois 15-0

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears soccer team continue their stellar play, taking two of three games last week, including a 15-0 rout of visiting Iroquois last Monday.

    Cailey Meredith scored six goals in the victory, which only solidified her place among the top scorers in Kentucky.

  • Sports Briefs - Week of October...

    Youth basketball signups

    Spencer County Parks and Recreation Basketball signups will be held October 22 and 29th from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at the Spencer County Middle School.

    The league is for children ages K through 8th grades. Evaluations for 2nd through 8th grade will be held during signups.

    The fee for participation is $75 and must be paid on sign-up day. The league also needs coaches to sign up on that day.

    For more information, call Adrian Downs at 502-376-2028 or Brian Spencer at 376-9850.

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  • Outdoors - Early fall is great...

    Shorter days and yellowing leaves are about the only ways you can tell it is the third week of September. Temperature wise, it feels like August lasted six plus weeks.

    “We are 10 degrees behind, water temperature wise, than usual for this time of year,” said David Baker, Central Fisheries District biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “The water is usually cooler by now.”

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  • SCHS Cross Country

     

    The SCHS Cross Country Team prepared for their competition Saturday, when they traveled to Bardstown Saturday for the Hillbilly Run. Sophomore Lindsey Bush, finished 7th with a time of 21:20, followed by 7th grader Haley Wethington at 9th with a time of 21:42. Tabitha Martin was 12th with a time of 22:14. On the boys side, Joel Wafford had his season best time of 18:40, as did Hunter Detrich who finished at 18:47. Hunter Wethington, a freshman, battled injuries but finished in 19:34. Chris Lawson ran in 19:47 and Gavin Mattingly finished with a time of 23:06.

  • Bears soccer

     

    Spencer County’s Josh Brown, advances the ball during a recent game with Collins. The boys soccer team tied with Frankfort 2-2 last week, and then dropped a tough 4-3 decision to Shelby County at home. The boys are 5-5-3 on the season and will travel to Thomas Nelson on Thursday and will host Bullitt East next Tuesday night.

  • Lady Bears Volleyball

     

    Cassie Kemper sends the ball over the net during a game earlier this season for the Lady Bears. The girls are 7-11 on the season after going 2-1 last week. They fell in three games to Shelby County and lost 2-0 at Washington County before bouncing back with a 2-0 victory over Henry County. They will travel to Anderson County on Tuesday and will host Whitefield Academy next Monday.