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Today's Sports

  • SPORTS BRIEFS: Basketball camp...

    Cornerstone Christian Academy of Shelbyville will host a girls and boys basketball camp beginning Tuesday, July 31, and ending on Friday, Aug. 3.
    The camp is open to ages first grade through fifth grade from 9 a.m. to noon, and ages sixth grade through 11th grade from 1 to 4 p.m.
    The camp will be led by former Cornerstone Christian Coach Chris Armstrong and current Cornerstone Christian Coach Jason Bradshaw. There will be guest speakers each day. This year’s featured speaker is again former UK Wildcat and Boston Celtics player Rick Robey.

  • PHOTO: Sorrels honored at Eighth...

    2012 Spencer County High School graduate Tara Sorrels is pictured with Lady Bears softball coaches Gerald Spencer, left, and Jimmy Thompson at the Eighth Region Banquet. Sorrels was named to the Eighth Region Team for her accomplishments on and off the field.  She was the starting pitcher for the Lady Bears this year with 177 strikeouts. Earlier this year, she was named to the 30th District Tournament team and the Eighth Region Tournament team. Sorrels will attend Western Kentucky University this fall, where she plans to continue in sports by playing on the dodgeball team.

  • PHOTO: 12U team wins ‘...

  • Fall in love with the great...

    As we enter July, it’s a slow month for a lot of sports. Baseball fans like myself have plenty to keep us busy each morning, checking out the boxscores and keeping up with the standings, but we’re several weeks from the kickoff of football season and many sports fans don’t know what to do.

  • Best sports moment in Kentucky?...

    Magazine headline: The Best Sports Moment in the History of Your State is...

    The results came from asking “... which moment each state should be most proud of.” According to ESPN, The Magazine, June 25, 105,000 responded.

    Results from Kentucky: Secretariat winning the 1973 Derby in record-setting time is our proudest moment in sports, 31.8 percent said.
    Runner-up: Muhammad Ali’s Thrilla in Manila title win over Joe Frazier in 1975, 20.8 percent.

  • Baseball champs

    Two Spencer County youth were a part of a championship team in Jeffersontown earlier his month. Hunter Greer, 11, of Taylorsville, and Anthony Lashley, 11, of Elk Creek, were members of the 12U J-town Red Sox. The team won the American League Championship and went on to win the J-town 12U Tournament in Jeffersontown on the weekend of June 18.

  • Bottoms wins second heat race of...

    Spencer Countian Derek Bottoms won his second heat race of the season at Ponderosa Speedway this weekend to start on the front row of the Sportsman feature event. Bottoms was the top qualifier with a 16.845 second lap, then won the heat. The heat race determines starting position in the feature event, so Bottoms started on the inside of the front row. Bottoms battled eventual winner Bartley Grant, and finished second in the feature event. Bottoms currently sits second in points in that series.

  • Establish small plots of clover...

    By ART LANDER, Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

    Establishing small plots of clover throughout your hunting area can pay big dividends during deer and wild turkey seasons.

    Summer is a good time to start preparations for an initial planting in the fall.

  • Sports briefs - 6.20.12

    SCHS volleyball tryouts July 15-16
    Spencer County High School Lady Bears volleyball tryouts are set for July 15 and 16 from 2 to 5 p.m.
    Interested students must have a current sports physical to tryout and should bring a water bottle.
    For more information, contact Head Coach Tim Elder at 502-428-1186 or JV Coach Wendy Elder at 502-422-1161.

  • COLUMN: Sports — Heroes and...

    Lance Armstrong has never fully shaken off rumors that his record-setting performances on a bicycle were not tainted by the use of performance enhancing drugs. He’s denied them over and over again, successfully argued his case in the media and before sanctioning boards. He’s never been found guilty.