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Today's Sports

  • Lady Bears had a no surrender...

    The Spencer County Lady Bears’ regional tournament game against Simon Kenton was in many ways a reflection of the entire program in recent years and while the end result wasn’t ideal, the progress and improvement has been unmistakable.

    In the first quarter against the Lady Pioneers, Spencer County fell behind early and simply looked outmatched, unable to score, unable to defend and unable to compete. At the end of the first quarter, they trailed 25-1.

  • Louisville is precisely where...

    Louisville was grinding with West Virginia Saturday night. At stake for the Cards, first place and tournament top seed in college basketball’s premier conference. UofL would be 16-2 in a league so good three-quarters of its members could beat the Knicks and almost that many will be invited to the NCAAs.

  • 2009 SCMS Grizzly baseball...

    The Spencer County Middle School will kick off their first baseball season Tuesday with a game at Elkhorn beginning at 5:30 p.m.

    Top Row: Coach Scott Noel, Jordan Hardin, Brian Berry, Austin King, Chaz Goodlett, Nick Vuick, Josh Ferency, Chase McIntosh, and Coach Russell Riggs. Middle Row: Chase Barnes, Travis Odell, Austin Heilman, Travis Jamison, Brennan Noel, Austin Gabrie.  Front Row: Coach Scott Jamison, Michael Fowler, Brian Riggs, Westin Pittman, Cody Jamison, and Coach Lee Heilman.  Not Pictured: Coach Michael Phillips and Colin Travis.

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  • SCHS gets tough draw, loses...

    The Spencer County Lady Bears have taken two huge steps over the past couple of years, but last week they got a glimpse of how big that next step is going to be.

    Advancing to the 8th Region Tournament for the first time in years, the Lady Bears got an unfortunate draw in the first round, and had to face the Region’s top team in Simon Kenton at South Oldham. The outcome was decided early, but the Lady Bears at least showed some fight before the final horn sealed the eventual 61-34 score.

  • Young Bears team reflects on a...

    Boys high school basketball in Kentucky is winding down with the Sweet Sixteen slated for next week at Rupp Arena. Those who watched the Spencer County Bears suffer through a dismal 6-22 record this year might not give much thought to titles and trophies, but while the young squad has plenty of room for improvement, they’ve got plenty of time to reach it.

    “I definitely knew that this would be a tough year for us coming in with such a young team,” said head coach Jacob Barmore.

  • Lady Bears claw their way to...

    The month of March has meant little to Spencer County Lady Bears basketball in years past, mostly because it was usually just a time to look back on disappointing seasons capped by disappointing finishes.

    But this March is different. This March the Lady Bears are playing and winning and advancing farther in the postseason than they ever have.  With last Wednesday’s thrilling 42-38 win over 30th District dynasty Shelby County, the Lady Bears not only advanced to the championship game, but also qualified for the 8th Region Tournament.

  • Weight team takes third

    The Spencer County High School Weight Team recorded its highest finish to date with a 3rd place finish at the Fern Creek High School “Rumble in the Jungle”. Fern Creek’s weight meet had a total of 14 teams competing in the bench press, power clean, and squat. Spencer County was in position to win the weight meet outright, but some late scratches on the squat cost them some valuable team points and individual finishes.

  • SCMS archery team heads to...

    The Spencer County Middle School archery team placed third in a regional tournament Saturday held at Moore Traditional School.

  • Warrior class (Capt.) Mike Casey...

    Warrior class.

    It’s blue blood national image aside, the bricks and mortar that underpin University of Kentucky’s basketball success story for more than half century has been a rich mix of blue collar grit, tenacity, pride, stamina and courage.

    A warrior class.

    Jodie Meeks is one, and Patrick Patterson qualifies. Jeff Sheppard was, and Tayshaun Prince. Names fans today find familiar. In fact, they are the latest in a long line of warriors.

  • SCHS boys fall in district play...

    Having watched the Lady Bears make history minutes before, the Spencer County Bears took the floor with little to lose in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament as they squared off against an older, bigger Shelby County squad.

    While the young Bears made a game of it early, the magic surrounding the girls’ first ever district tournament win couldn’t work any wonders for the boys, as their long season came to close with a 69-41 defeat.