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Today's Sports

  • Young Lady Bears team gets first...

    A young Lady Bears team got their first victory of the new season with a 65-17 victory over Evangel Christian on Saturday evening at home.
    Spencer County jumped ahead 14-0 and never looked back as they took advantage of turnovers and dominated on both ends of the floor. They led 44-13 at the half and the score allowed first-year coach Brandy Scott to get some valuable playing time for everyone on the bench.

  • Spencer County youth compete in...
  • Another football season gives...

    Well this past weekend marked the end of the regular season for college football. I for one am a bit saddened that yet another college football season is behind us, but I am looking forward to getting involved in both high school and college basketball here in Kentucky.

  • Live sporting events trump dead...

    I read a report a couple of weeks ago regarding a survey revealing more young American males watch a television series about zombies than professional football on Sunday nights. What has happened to our nation?
    No, I don’t get the fascination with slow-walking dead people seeking out live victims. Just as I didn’t get the vampire fad American teens sank their teeth into a few years ago. I’m a traditionalist. Fads come and go like the wind, but traditions can become institutions and sports is definitively an American institution.

  • Basketball season begins this...

    BOYS SCHEDULE

  • 2015-2016 waterfowl seasons look...

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – The holiday commercials already swamping our collective brains along with winds straight from the North Pole remind us that short-sleeve weather is now months away. Winter is here.
    Waterfowl hunters don’t see these developments as bad news. They are getting their bags of decoys out of storage, cleaning and oiling shotguns and practicing their calling. Waterfowl season, for both ducks and geese, opens Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27.

  • SCMS cheerleaders win title
  • The greatest plays ever made

    Sunday night football is a nice way to sit back and wind down from a weekend as you prepare for another week. Sometimes the game is just background noise for me and sometimes I’m hoping to see a great play or a great game. This past Sunday I wasn’t expecting to see the greatest football catch ever made, but I think I did.

  • Stallions named to Louisville...
  • Bears look to improve next season

    With the 35-32 defeat to Louisville Doss in the opening round of the playoffs earlier this month, the Spencer County Bears finished short of their goal but with a winning record for the third consecutive season.
    Coach Mike Marksbury finished his fourth season at the helm and has compiled a 24-22 record after inheriting a squad that went 0-11 in 2010. He’s built a program that’s competitive with anyone on their schedule, but he’s not content with being average.