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Today's Sports

  • 7th grade Bears win Conference...

     

    The Spencer County Middle School 7th grade boys recently won their Conference Championship. The team is coached by Scott Noel and Garrett Shelburne. Pictured are members: E.J. Mitchell, Gage Mabry, Carmelo Spencer, Bralen Spencer, T.J. Polk, Brayden Duke, Gabe Shelley, Charlie Cook, Bradon Kerchner and Michael Cox.

  • Girls take down Collins 52-41

     

  • Bears defeat two region...

     

    The Spencer County Bears had little trouble with two 8th region opponents last week as they continued their solid play.
    They opened the week on Tuesday night with a 67-50 victory over visiting Carroll County, that was not as close as the score would indicate.

    The Bears jumped out to an early 9-0 lead after Bryson Cannon knocked down a three pointer and they extended that to 16-3 after Jacob Coke followed up a trey of his own with another basket. As the quarter ended, the boys held a commanding 22-11 lead.

  • State youth wrestling champs

     

    The Spencer County Youth Wrestling Association traveled to Broadbent Arena in Louisville Sunday for the Kentucky State Wrestling Championship.

    Though all the kids performed well, three young people made it to championship matches.

    Kennan Carnes and Colton Kessinger, both fighting through the respective weight classes, came away with silver medals and were state runners-up.

  • SCHS Dance Team wins first place

     

    The Spencer County High School Dance Team won first place in  both hip hop and team performance at KDCO Regionals on January 28.  They will compete at KDCO State Competition on February 18 in Frankfort.  They also brought home a win in both hip hop and team performance, as well as, Grand Champion at The Battle Dance Competition at EKU this past weekend.

  • Outdoors - State stocking lakes...

     

  • Bears top Anderson 71-64

     

    Fans who have watched the team already know the Spencer County Bears can be scrappy and can be a good shooting team. They know they hustle, play hard all the way through and can get after their opponents defensively.

    After watching the Bears take down Anderson County on the road last week by a score of 71-64, they also know the team is poised well beyond their age.

  • Lady Bears four game win streak...

     

    After reeling off four consecutive wins, the Spencer County Lady Bears tasted defeat and it was a bitter one, a 75-66 overtime loss in a foul-plagued contest at LaRue County on Saturday afternoon.

    “We played a great game, but just didn’t get the win in overtime,” said Spencer County Coach Brandy Scott.

    While the score remained close, the discrepancy in the number of fouls called was not.

    Scott said in the second half, her team was whistled for 21 fouls, while LaRue County was called for only six.

  • Spencer Co. youth baseball...

    Signups for youth baseball will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Spencer County Elementary School.

    Children ages 4-18 will need a copy of their birth certificate and registration forms, which were handed out at local schools. Forms will also be available at the sign-up location. Concession and team fees will require two separate checks.

  • Joel Wafford signs with Asbury...

     

    Joel Wafford, center, signed last week with Asbury University to join their 2017 cross country team on a cross country scholarship.  Coach Talley, and members of the Spencer County cross country, track, and varsity basketball teams, along with family and friends, were there to support and congratulate Joel.