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Today's Sports

  • SCHS girls soccer

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

    Spencer County’s Ardin Gregory, #5 (seen here in a game against Oldham County), scored one of the Lady Bear’s season high 11 goals during an 11-3 victory over Southern last week. Cheyenne McKinley, McKenna Pfeiffer and Tori Palmer each scored three goals and Kelsey Hedges also added a goal in the route. Ardin Cooper chipped in with two assists. The Lady Bears are 2-3 on the season and will host Holy Cross today, and will host Shelby County next Tuesday and Ft. Knox on Thursday.

     

  • PHOTO: SCHS girls soccer

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

     Freshman McKenna Pfeiffer keeps the ball away from an Oldham County defender during the squad’s season-opening game last week. The girls fell 9-0 to the Lady Colonels and are 1-2 going into play this week.

     

  • PHOTO: SCHS boys soccer

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

     Freshman Brandon Miller kept the ball away from an Oldham County defender in last week’s loss to Oldham County. The boys were to host Shelby County Tuesday night before traveling to Bullitt East on Thursday and then to Western Hills on Monday.

  • PHOTO: SCMS girls basketball

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

     Madison Ratchford throws the ball past an Anderson County defender during a game last Tuesday. Spencer County Middle School’s eighth grade team lost to Anderson 46-13.

    The Lady Grizzlies were scheduled to go head-to-head against My Old Kentucky Home Middle School last night. Their next game will be away against Bardstown Middle August 31 at 6 p.m.

  • Volley season continues

    The Spencer County Lady Bears volleyball team had a busy week last week, wrapping up with the First Spike Invitational Tournament at the Ohio Valley Volleyball Center in Louisville on Saturday.

    The girls prepped for that event with a two games to none victory over Eminence on Wednesday, winning games of 25-12 and 25-21. On Thursday, the team traveled to Christian Academy of Louisville and dropped two games of 25-18 and 25-11.

  • Stumbling blocks to football...

    High school football is in full swing. The college game is preparing to march onto center stage, but Sports Department’s other stuff keeps raining on the parade.

     To wit:

    • Media fascination with Brett Favre.

    • Pennat races. Cubs? Stick a fork in ‘em, again.

    • Rick Pitino jokes.

    • Media fascination with Michael Vick.

    • NCAA punishments.

    And, John Calipari.

  • Oh, what a night for a comeback

    First-year SCHS Head Football Coach Wes Napper had a night to remember Friday. In his first game at the helm, his Bears rallied late in the fourth quarter for a 35-34 victory over East Jessamine in front of a large and excited home crowd. He got the traditional post-game empty-the-water cooler shower from players, and was later given the game ball. Not a bad way to start a season, not to mention a career.

  • PHOTO: SCMS girls basketball

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

     Lauren Ferency pushes past an Anderson County player during a home game last Tuesday. The seventh grade team lost to Anderson 37-20.

    The Lady Grizzlies were scheduled to go head-to-head against My Old Kentucky Home Middle School last night. Their next game will be away against Bardstown Middle August 31 at 6 p.m.

  • College wakeboard competition

    Boatworks, in Taylorsville, will be sponsoring the University of Kentucky Bluegrass Boardfest Collegiate Challenge Sept. 12 at Taylorsville Lake. Wakeboards will be competing for prizes in five divisions: novice, intermediate, advanced, outlaw and women. All entrants must have a valid college ID to participate. For more information, contact Laura Mitchell at lkmitc2@gmail.com.

    While this event is for the college set, spectators are welcome to watch wakeboarders compete. Competition begins at 9 a.m. at the state park boat ramp.

  • PHOTO: SCHS girls soccer

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

    Tori Palmer, shown here in the season opener against Oldham County, broke out for a whopping seven goals in the team’s second game, a 9-5 win over visiting Jefferstontown. Cheyenne McKinley and Aliesha Patterson also scored goals for the Lady Bears, who fell 2-0 in the last game to Louisville Collegiate. The girls will be back in action tonight at home when they host Southern, and will travel to Western Hills on Monday