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Today's Sports

  • Local boys help J-town team take...

    For two Spencer County Youth, their dreams came true last week just outside Athens, GA.  Nathan Conard and Dalton Jones have been teammates and opponents for the last 4 years at Jeffersontown Youth Baseball.  They were able to join sides once again to participate on the 11- year-old all-star team which represented the city of Jeffersontown and the state of Kentucky at the 2009 Dizzy Dean World Series in Jackson County Georgia.

  • Stallions board meeting

    Spencer County Youth Football Association is having an open board meeting on August 5 at the new football field located at 100 Water Street in Taylorsville at 6:30 p.m.

    All parents are welcome to attend.

     

  • PHOTOS: SCMS season set into...

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

    Spencer County Middle School’s football season began last Wednesday with about 60 players.  By Friday, the Grizzlies had settled into a practice routine. In one photo,  Assistant Coach Rob Richards signals players pushing the sled. In another, seventh grader Brennen Hume keeps his eyes on the ball during a scoop and score drill. The third photo shows players work on an agility drill.

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    Strutters host Jakes event

    The Salt River Strutters will be holding a Jakes Day event on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The event will be held at 298 Plum Creek Court, Taylorsville, Ky.  We will have a gun safety class, trap shoot, paint ball guns, archery, scavenger  hunt and prizes.  All children up to age 17 are welcome.  Come join us for a day of fun.  For more information call Keith Thomas at 477-5337 or 572-5555 or Nancy Thomas at 477-5862 or 210-1960.

     Become an outdoors woman Sept. 18-20

  • Eureka moment for Calipari

    Opportunity knocks again for John Calipari. Chance to show Kentucky’s fans his I-was-a-kid-once side.

    University of Kentucky-at-Euclid coach and staff will reach out to Wildcat fans next month. $ort of.

    Visits planned to four towns in four days for instructional day camps. Three hour sessions. Your child can attend for $75 each.

    With a brutal economy, does America’s highest paid ball coach and winningest college ball program really need your 75 dollars per kid? A charge that eliminates many kids from the start.

    C’mon, coach.

  • Wakeboard pro tour

    PHOTOS BY GREG LOESER for The Spencer Magnet

    The top pro wakeboarders from throughout the globe hit the waters of Freeman Lake Park Saturday for the final rounds of action at the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour stop in Elizabethtown. The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour will now head to Sparks/Reno, Nev., August 14-16, for the fifth and final stop of the season. Additional venues for the 2009 Pro Tour, includes Fort Worth, Tex., Pleasant Prairie, Wis. and Knoxville, Tenn.

  • Hard work, competition is healthy

    Since last summer’s unfortunate tragedy involving a PRP football player’s death after a hot day of practice, much attention has been given to the issue of player safety.

    This new focus can certainly lead to some positive changes and renewed emphasis that could prevent future injuries and deaths from occurring, but it’s also a situation that could tempt otherwise well-meaning people to diminish the values that sometimes can only be learned through the sweat of a practice field.

  • Young Gunz win CKBC Wooden Bat...

    Local 14U baseball team Young Gunz won the CKBC Wooden Bat Classic in Winchester July 12. The team won all four of the games they played in, which included three wins by seven runs or more, and one hard – fought 3-2 victory over Scott County.  MVP’s were Jordan Hardin and Austin Heilman. 

  • Trails Day more than horsing...

    Trail riders are not typically seen as the competitive sort.

    Just imagine horse-owners jockeying for position along a narrow, wooden path – each trying to be the first one to the end. Most view trail riding as a more leisurely, and some would even call it a passive recreational pastime. 

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    Jakes event July 25

    The Salt River Strutters Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will be holding a Jakes Day Event on Saturday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The event will be held at 298 Plum Creek Court, Taylorsville.  We  will have a gun safety class, trap shoot, paint ball guns, archery, scavenger hunt and prizes.  All  children up to age 17 are welcome. Come join us for a day of fun. For more information call Keith Thomas at 477-5337 or 572-5555 or call Nancy Thomas at 477-5862 or 210-1960.