Today's Sports

  • Youth sports to help local parks


  • Walk-on proving his worth for UK...


    During a talk to the Louisville Quarterback Club, then offensive coordinator Neal Brown told the group that one of the most talented players in Kentucky’s 2014 recruiting class was Charles Walker of Louisville’s St. Xavier.

    What made that statement so unusual was that Walker was a preferred walk-on, not a highly-touted, four-star scholarship player.

  • Cycling event draws hundreds


    Hundreds of young cyclists pedaled June 30 down Highway 44, covering as fast as they could the distance from the high school east to a turnaround point and back.

    With time trials starting at 8 a.m. and running until mid-afternoon, it was the first day of a four-day event that brought about 850 riders to Taylorsville and Louisville.

  • Cobras excel on court


    The Spencer County Cobras 6th grade team recently won a championship at Optimum Sports Complex.

  • Cardinals claim crown


    The U13 Cardinals recently won their division in the Spencer County Youth Baseball Association league.

  • Proper fish handling for summer...

    Summer is arguably the most popular time to fish as muggy, hot days push people to the water for relief and relaxation.

    Many anglers, especially those who seek game fish such as black bass, trout or striped bass, release their catch.

    “Catch and release works and is a good thing,” said Dave Dreves, assistant director of fisheries for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “But, if you don’t handle the fish properly, your good intentions can be reversed.”

  • Reds, Pirates capture titles


    The Reds won the Spencer County Youth Baseball 8U championship Saturday with a 10-5 win over the Cubs.

    The Pirates won the Spencer County Youth Baseball 10U title with a 13-9 win over the Dragons on Saturday at Ray Jewell Park. 

  • Standout QB first of UK’s 2018...

    Just a few hours after he announced his commitment to Kentucky, Georgia junior quarterback Jarren Williams was on the phone talking to potential future teammates.

    “When he walks into a room, he lights up the whole room,” said Anthony Williams, the quarterback’s father. “He makes everybody feel important. He is a leader. He knows how to get guys to do things they need to do in order to win. He takes an interest in them and  makes them all feel important.”

  • Boating safety advice for the...

    Millions of motorists soon will take to the nation’s roadways with plans of spending the extended Fourth of July holiday weekend boating on a lake or river.

    But one of the busiest boating weekends of the year is not a time to throw caution to the wind.

  • Celebrating the season


    The Spencer County Youth Baseball Association held their annual Baseball Bash Saturday at Ray Jewell Park.