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Today's Sports

  • COLUMN: UK fans, be slow to fall...

    The long good-bye.
    Kentucky’s open date Saturday, gives lame duck coach Joker Phillips pause to deal with ‘what if’s and ‘if onlys,’ then rally his thoughts, rally his troops, and gather up for Senior Day.

  • PHOTOS: SCMS cross country teams...

    The Spencer County Middle School cross country team fared well at the Mid-Kentucky Conference Championship on Tuesday in Bardstwon.  As a team, the girls received the second place trophy, and the boys received the first place trophy.

  • Bears move to school best record...

    A wet, chilly and windy night didn’t slow down the Spencer County Bears Friday night as they traveled to New Castle and finished out the school’s best ever season (7-3) with a 21-0 shutout of the Henry County Wildcats.

  • COLUMN: Bears’ memorable...

    One of the most memorable sports stories in recent Spencer County history was the postseason run by the Bears boys’ basketball team in 2011. The team made it all the way to the finals of the 8th Region Tournament where they fell just short of earning a trip to the Sweet 16 in Rupp Arena. It would have been the first time any school from Spencer County had made it to the state basketball tournament.

  • Soccer Association ends season...

    The most recent Spencer County Soccer Association “Fun Day” event was perfect. This event is held at the end of each soccer season for all members of the club.  Everyone could enjoy jumping in the inflatables, challenging themselves at the kicking inflatable, watching exciting soccer matches throughout the day, taking a chance at winning a raffled item, having their faces painted, purchasing spirit wear, and enjoying a bite to eat with the family. 

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  • SCMS cross country team earns...

    Several members of the Spencer County Middle School Cross Country team didn’t relax during fall break — they attended the Shelby County Middle and Elementary Invitational Meet on Oct. 16.

    Every SCMS team member that attended medaled in the meet. As a team, the boys earned second place, and received the first ever trophy for the cross country team.

    Upcoming events include the KTCCA Meet of Champions in Lexington on Saturday.

  • Grizzlies fight, but fall to...

    The Spencer County Middle School Grizzlies saw their season come to an end Saturday afternoon, but they didn’t go down easy.

    Playing in the second round of the Kentucky Middle School State Playoffs, the Grizzlies squared off against Knight Middle School of Jefferson County at Fern Creek High School. It was a matchup between two talented offenses and an early Grizzly mistake proved costly.

  • Bears score 21-7 victory

    The Spencer County Bears played perhaps their best game of the season Friday night, clinching second place in the district and a first-round home playoff game with a 21-7 victory over North Oldham in Taylorsville Friday night.

    The Bears used their signature dominant defense and their punishing running game while improving to 6-3 on the season in a game pitting two strong teams that would determine postseason seeding. The game was also a chance to bid farewell to 17 senior players in their last regular season home game.