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Today's Sports

  • Softball team 2-5 for season

    The Spencer County Lady Bears fell to 2-5 on the season after dropping three games in a tournament at West Jessamine over the weekend.

    The girls battled in the first two games, losing 3-0 to Danville and 3-1 to John Hardin, before dropping a 10-0 decision to Woodford County to close the weekend.

    The girls were scheduled to be back in action on Tuesday at home against Eminence and will travel to Shelby County today for a game. They have a double-header scheduled against Frankfort on the road Friday and will be at Bardstown next Tuesday.

  • PHOTO: Grizzly baseball

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

    Jordan Hardin safely tags second while a East Shelby  short stop chases down the ball down during a game Friday afternoon at the new Grizzly field.

  • Welcome to the Calipari, UK...

     

    The Coming of Calipari to University of Kentucky-at-Euclid fanaticals has been pretty as dogwood and sweet as honeysuckle. All good stuff, right?

    The honeymoon so far, is all aces.

    This week is still basketball season, isn’t it? So, Wildcat fans, pull on your swoon CalipariNation tee-shirts and revel on ...

  • Bears beat Anderson 3-1

    Good pitching, clutch hitting and solid defense combined to give the Spencer County Bears an impressive 3-1 victory over visiting Anderson County last Thursday night.

    The Bearcats dented the plate in the first inning for a lone run but it could have been worse if not for a diving snag of a line drive in left field by Spencer County’s Cameron Smith that ended the inning with an Anderson runner stranded on third.

    In the third inning an unassisted double play by Bear 2nd baseman Timmy Riley ended another scoring threat by the Bearcats.

  • Tennis, anyone? Photos of SCHS...
  • Soccer action at SCMS

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

    In photo, Spencer County Middle School soccer player Bradley Reynolds goes head-to-head with a competitor during a game Friday afternoon.

    This season, the boys team has lost to North Oldham 3-1 and to East Oldham 2-1, but beat Henry County 5-0.

    The girls team have tied 2-2 against South Oldham and lost to Oldham County 4-3.

  • PHOTOS: SCHS track stars
  • Bowman bags a 20 lbs. gobbler

    Michael Bowman got his first turkey while hunting on the first day of Youth Hunt, April 4th.  The gobbler weighed over 20 lbs and had a 10.5” beard.

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

  • Lady Bears beat North Oldham

    Spring rains have been the toughest opponent the Lady Bears have faced this early season as wet weather has postponed a number of softball games. But the girls are 1-2 on the season after squeezing in a 4-1 victory over North Oldham in their lone game last week.

    They’ll hope for better weather this week as they were scheduled to travel to Shelby County on Tuesday and to Louisville Holy Cross on Wednesday. This weekend they’ll participate in a tournament at West Jessamine High School and will return home next Tuesday to host Eminence.

     

  • McCoughtry is Kentucky hoops...

    Basketball queen of Kentucky is Angel McCoughtry. Her coronation was mostly lost last week between things-Calipari, Baseball openers and The Masters.

    A man’s world.

    Yet, McCoughtry’s is a prime story - Good things do come to those who wait ... and grow up. She has. Best No. 35 at Louisville since No. 35 in 1980.