Today's Sports

  • SCHS Track competes in Wildcat...


    The Spencer County High School track team competed in their first event of the season, joining over 75 other teams from across Kentucky for the Wildcat Classic at the Nutter Fieldhouse on the campus of the University of Kentucky this past Saturday.

    Hunter Wethington completed his first sub-five minute mile, placing 22nd with a time of 4:54.84. Zach Coke finished 43rd in the 2-mile finals with a time of 12:40.73.

    Zach Williams finished in 42nd place in the mile with a time of 5:06.69, and Joel Wafford placed 67th, with a time of 5:18.69.

  • Fishing for walleye and large...


    Many anglers would drive a few hundred miles for a chance to catch an 8-pound walleye or a limit of tasty sauger. Kentuckians only have to drive to Campbellsville and head south on KY 55 to the Tailwater Recreation Area below Green River Lake. You don’t even need a boat.

  • Bears beat LaRue, 61-49


    The Spencer County Bears broke a four-game losing streak with a 12-point victory at LaRue County last Monday night.

    Balanced scoring for the Bears helped pace a solid offensive attack as Spencer County broke open a close game in the second quarter to take a 20-13 lead into the half-time break. The Bears then expanded their lead to 43-29 after three quarters and then held on for a 61-49 victory over the Hawks.

  • Lady Bears fall to Shelby


    The Spencer County Lady Bears are still winless in district play following a 56-39 defeat on the road at Shelby County last Thursday.

    The Lady Rockets used a strong second quarter to take a 31-17 lead into the locker room at half time and then maintained that lead in the second half for their second victory over the Lady Bears this season. Shelby County won the first match-up in December, by a score of 60-33.

  • UK recruiting hyped 6-9 junior...


    Kentucky is one of the schools pursuing 6-9 junior Jarred Vanderbilt, who is only 16 years old and ranked as one of the top 10 recruits in the 2017 recruiting class.

    “He’s going to be really special at the next level,” Victory Prep (Texas) coach Rodney McCray, a former Louisville and NBA star, said.

  • Tracking wildlife in the winter


    Newly fallen snow has a way of awakening the spirit of adventure in kids and grown-ups alike.

    It’s also nature’s tattletale.

    As such, a fresh blanket of snow opens a window to new discoveries by revealing which animals inhabit the landscape around us and how they use it during the winter months.

    Animal tracking in the snow exercises the body and mind, and it can be fun for the entire family.

  • Lady Bears fall to Anderson


    For the better part of two quarters, it looked as though the Spencer County Lady Bears might be on the verge of picking up a signature win as they led Anderson County 20-16 with six minutes left in the first half. However, Anderson County’s long-range shooting spurred them to an 18-3 run to end the half, including a three-pointer at the buzzer to go up 34-23 at the break, on their way to a 74-47 victory in Taylorsville Thursday night.

    “We were off to an excellent start and played well the entire game,” said Lady Bears Coach Brandy Scott.

  • N. Bullitt tops Bears, 71-51


    The Spencer County Bears dropped their fourth game in a row Thursday night, falling 71-51 on the road to North Bullitt.
    The Eagles, 15-1 on the season, wasted no time in building an early 17-6 lead and padded that lead as the night went on as the Bears fell to 6-13 on the season.

  • Sports Briefs - week of January...

    Youth Soccer Sign-ups

    The Spencer County Sports Association is accepting registrations for Recreational Spring Soccer for children age 2 to 18 now through January 25. Registration forms can be printed from their website, www.spencercountysoccer.com. Click on “Registration” then click on registration information and registration form.

    Spring Basketball League

  • Lady Bears are a work in progress


    The Spencer County Lady Bears are a work in progress, the key word being progress.

    Most of the minutes being logged for the girls are from players who are sophomores and freshmen. That means this young team is learning as they go.

    What’s impressed me about the team this year is how different players have stepped up and shown improvement.