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Today's Sports

  • March is right around the corner

    The best words that came from the radio for most school children Tuesday morning may have been the announcement that the snow and ice had cancelled classes in the county. But for me, my heart skipped a beat when I heard that pitchers and catchers were to be reporting to spring training on February 16. Forget flowers.What signals spring for me is the chance to catch the sound of Marty Brenneman on the radio broadcasting a Reds’ game from spring training – which this year will take place in Arizona.

  • Winning wrestlers

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

  • Bears record 14-5

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

    Logan Dunbar looks for a way to the basket in Thursday’s matchup with Western Hills. The visiting Wolverines defeated the Bears 86-73 in the game, but Spencer County still sports an impressive 14-5 record on the season.

  • DeMarcus Cousins second pick in...

    DeMarcus Cousins. School is in, and school will soon be out for Kentucky’s precocious big fella. Right? Maybe not.

    ESPN’s Jimmy ‘gaga’ Dykes, already suffering from acute John Wall Swoon, unilaterally promoted Cousins last week to second pick overall in Moneyball’s June draft. Tall stuff for a kid one year removed from high school senior English.

  • Bears lose heartbreaker to...

    When considering the Spencer County Bears’ 14-4 record this year, some fans look back to last year, when the young squad struggled to find six wins all season. Other fans look forward to next season, when this team with no seniors will be older, more experienced and ready to challenge.

    Hopefully, a growing number of fans are enjoying the present, and realizing that this is a team that right now can compete in their district and the 8th region and they don’t have to wait until next season.

  • Football signing week

    When fans statewide crank up computers this week to review which four and five star football prospects signed with Kentucky, Louisville, Western or Eastern Kentucky, take pause, sit back and apply the DAT.

    Derek Abney Test.

    Beyond the constellation where height, weight and speed in the 40 are Biblical to those who do prep.com(s), there’s a more cerebral measure. A world where walk-ons are discovered and DAT qualifiers often rise to be college football’s best stories.

  • Sharp shooting helps Lady Bears...

    Junior MacKenzie Smith sank five three-pointers but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Bears dropped a tough 60-49 decision to Bullitt Central at home on Friday night.

  • Bears drop contest with Bullitt...

    One loss shouldn’t dampen what has been a remarkable season for the Spencer County Bears, and with district foe Anderson County scheduled to visit Tuesday night, the team really couldn’t afford to stay down following Friday’s 80-63 loss to Bullitt East.

    Despite the 17-point margin, there is good that can come from that loss, like the fact that after spotting the Chargers as much as an 18-point lead in the first half, Spencer County hung with the 6th region contenders the rest of the way, and actually cut into the Bullitt East lead early in the fourth quarter.

  • Stallion news

    Introducing the 2010 Spencer County Youth Football Association Board Members: Chris Hutt, president; Stan Shivers, vice president; Allison Greer-Hughes, secretary; Kim Carruthers, treasurer; Tommy Shelburne, equipment mgr.; Sherry Young, cheer coordinator; Sergent of Arms, Robby Berry; Floyd Light; John Phillips; and Tammy Berry, concession mgr.

  • Rabbit hunt nets 28

    The posse strikes gold again. 28 rabbits in less than six hours on a farm in Shelby County. Hunting rabbits is all about family and friends and good dogs. Front row (from left): Brandon Williams, Dwayne Hilbert, Gayle Hilbert, Sonny Briniger, and Cory Williams. Second row (from left): Dustin Hilbert, Ben Williams, and Dillon Hilbert. Back row (from left): Ed Williams, Dakkota Helton, and Earl Humphrey.