Today's Sports

  • Lady Bears softball blend youth...

    The Spencer County Lady Bears Softball Coach Jimmy Thompson hopes to blend experience and youth this season. The girls are off to a 2-4 start this season, with two of the losses being one-run affairs and Thompson remains optimistic.
    “I like what I see so far. We have a good team balance and chemistry,” he said. “They play well together and they seem to like one another.”

  • Lady Bears will host basketball...

    The Spencer County Lady Bears Basketball Team will host a Youth Basketball Camp on June 8-11 for girls from Kindergarten through 8th grade.
    The camp will be held at the high school from 8:30 a.m. until noon.
    The camp will be $50, (which includes a T-shirt) and if you register by June 1, you can save $10 on registration. There are also family discounts for siblings.
    If you are interested in sending a girl to camp, contact Coach Brandy Scott at 502-558-9646 or email her at brandy.scott@spencer.kyschools.us.

  • SCMS Grizzlies Dance Team wins...

    On March 21st the SCMS Grizzlies Dance Team won 1st place and Ultimate Grand Champion at the Cheer Elite Super Nationals Competition held at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky. The Grizzlies had the highest scoring routine and were able to take home the national title.

  • Spencer County Bears senior...


    Nathan Connard, a senior pitcher for Spencer County delivers a pitch during a recent home game for the Bears. Spencer County’s baseball team is off to a 4-1 start following a 7-4 win at Carroll County and a 12-2 victory over Seneca last week. This week, the Bears were to host Western Hills on Monday and Fairdale on Tuesday with a return trip to Fairdale set for Friday. Next week, the boys will travel to Fort Walton Beach for a spring break baseball tournament.

  • Crappie time is just around the...

    by Lee McClellan
    Kentucky Afield Outdoors

  • Swing in to Spring
  • Baseball awaits the end of March...

    After a wild first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, permit me to veer away from the madness for a few moments to talk about another sport that makes this time of year so wonderful.

    Tis the season for baseball. The game has been maligned by many as too slow, too boring and too mired in controversy.

    There’s some legitimacy to these accusations, but not much.

  • White bass soon to spawn


  • Big Blue even money; UofL heads...

    Kentucky basketball got more media attention last weekend than ISIS, Ferguson, Rick Pitino scolding a reporter, and America’s Favorite Has-Been Mayor Rudy Giuliani all rolled into one.
    Betting boards: To finish 40-0, UK is even money. Kansas coach Bill Self believes those odds are conservative.
    KENTUCKY. Midwest Region, plays at Yum Center. Louisville in East Regional heads to Seattle. Go figure.

  • Going with gut: UK won’t win

    This week at the office or workplace is like no other. There’s a new language being spoken between employees, and the jargon has nothing to do with whatever field or industry they’re concerned with the rest of the year.
    At the hospital, doctors in white lab coats and nurses in scrubs are not talking about MRIs. Instead, they’re concerned with RPIs. Their focus is not solely on diagnosing Ms. Smith in 401, but trying to figure out if Indiana’s cold shooting can be cured with a fresh start out on the plains of Nebraska.