Today's Sports

  • Bears dominate Waggener 43-6


  • PHOTOS: Lady Bears'...
  • PHOTO: Grizzles are conference...

    The Spencer County Middle School Grizzly football team earned the title of conference champions for the second year in a row. The Grizzlies are coached by Butch Patterson and Trent DeRudder.

  • Bears defeat Jaguars, move to 4-...

    It may not have been a thing of beauty, but the Spencer County Bears held on to a tough-fought 13-6 victory over East Jessamine Friday night to even their record at 4-4 on the season.

  • COLUMN: Tribute to Dan Haley

    Tribute to a man.
    Dan Haley was a much travelled football coach. He left us last week at 73.
    A Pineville native, he made coaching stops at Paducah Tilghman to Morehead State to University of Cumberlands to Bowling Green High. Haley mastered his craft, earned respect from colleagues and a place in the KHSAA Hall of Fame.
    His high school teams sent fans home happy 253 times. Over 29 seasons, more than 10 winning Fridays a year. In 1995, his Bowling Green High team won a state title.
    Gaudy numbers for success to be sure.  

  • SCMS cross country results

    The Spencer County Middle School cross country team attended the DeSales Invitational Meet at McNeely Lake Park on Saturday. It was a chilly, rainy meet, and the course was muddy and slick, but the SCMS runners endured.
    Boys 4K Results (131 runners):
    Shane Henderson, 18:22.06, 47th
    Luke Kirk, 19:11.63, 69th
    Jacob Bingham, 20:24.27, 90th
    Michael Panwo, 20:35.91, 95th
    Ian Robinson, 21:18.55, 104th
    Hayden Detrich, 22:36.39, 117th
    Girls 4K Results (82 runners):

  • Girls’ soccer team defeated in...

    The dream season for the Spencer County Lady Bears ended in an abrupt wake-up early in the second half of Monday’s opening round game of the 8th Region Tournament, as they surrendered three goals in less than ten minutes. That was all the visiting Lady Dragons needed to secure the win and advance, as the Bears lost 3-1 to end their season with a 19-4-1 record, by far the best season in school history.

  • Spencer girls win district...

    A district title has eluded the Spencer County Lady Bears' soccer program since the inception of the program, so the extra wait during two overtime periods and a shootout in Wednesday night's 3-1 victory over Anderson County for the 30th District Championship just made victory a little sweeter.

  • PHOTO: Volleyball Bears wrap up...

    Spencer County’s Morgan Thompson rises to block a shot during last week’s matchup with Shelby County. The volleyball Lady Bears fell to the Lady Rockets in three games, 25-6, 25-18 and 25-23. On Thursday, the girls traveled to Collins, where they lost in three games, 25-12, 25-17 and 25-19. They were to play their final home game Monday night when they hosted Thomas Nelson and will wrap up the regular season on Tuesday at Bullitt Central.

  • Bottoms named division, overall...

    It’s fair to say Derek Bottoms had never been so excited about a fourth-place finish.