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Today's Sports

  • Bush 1st in Cross Country 5K

     

    Spencer County junior Lindsey Bush took first place at the MKAC Cross Country meet last Tuesday, hosted for the first time ever in Spencer County.

    Bush topped a field of nearly 70 varsity girl runners in the 5K event at Tanglewood Golf Club, finishing the course in a time of 20:30, which ties her personal best.

    Bush said she ran a race her freshman year in the same amount of time, but said it was on a flat course. “Technically, this was better because it was hilly,” she said.

  • Refreshing sportsmanship at end...

     

  • Tough season continues as Bears...

     

    His team is 2-7 on the the year and eliminated from playoff contention, but Spencer County Bears football coach Mike Marksbury prefers to focus on the positive coming off a 35-14 loss to Shelby County Friday night.

    “Our team really played their hearts out,” said Marksbury, following their fourth district loss. “We kind of hit rock bottom with our performance at North Oldham, and since then, our kids have rallied and shown a tremendous amount of character in the way they play.”

  • Bears advance to Region

     

  • Many fall sports closing out...

    Other fall sports are wrapping up for the year at Spencer County High School.

     

  • Lady Bears volleyball team sets...

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears Volleyball team finished their regular season last week with two wins, pushing their season’s record to a school record 21-11.

  • Bears compile winning record

     

    The Spencer County Bears boys soccer team finished their regular season with a 8-7-2 record, including a 10-0 shutout win on Senior Night last week against Bullitt Central.

  • Lady Bears celebrate Senior...

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears ended their regular season with a 5-11 record, but celebrated Senior Night Thursday with a 3-2 victory over Louisville Collegiate.

  • Flyers soar past Bears, 20-0

     

    With just two games left in the regular season, the Spencer County Bears are limping into their bye week, coming off a 20-0 loss at home to Franklin County. The 2-6 Bears have suffered a number of injuries, especially on offense, and while they hope to salvage a playoff spot with wins in their final two games, the team is also looking to build toward the future.

    “You learn a lot about your team  in difficult times,” said Bears Coach Mike Marksbury, who praised his team for continuing to battle hard each week.

  • It’s time to revamp college...

    For nearly four decades, Dick Vitale has been the voice of college basketball. Yes, he can be loud and annoying, but he gave college basketball a shot in the arm publicity wise in the 1980s that helped elevate it to one of America’s most watched sports.

    Unfortunately, it wasn’t just his voice Vitale lent to the game, but also his mindset.