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Today's Sports

  • Spencer County Lady Bears

     

  • Up and running at Waterford...

     

    Signs of life returned to Waterford Park Friday night and Saturday morning after major flooding had caused the park to close for several days. Pictured are members of the Spencer County Soccer Asscociation’s U6 Development Program playing a Saturday morning game. Weather has prevented the U6 players from practicing much, but the SCSA is moving on with its season despite the uncooperative conditions. A lot of work by volunteers made play possible.

  • Floods muddy many local fishing...

     

  • Spring turkey season opens...

    Spring turkey hunting season opens Saturday, April 18.
    According to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife:
    • A person may use a breech-loading or muzzle-loading shotgun no smaller than .410 and no larger than 10 gauge to take a wild turkey.
    • A person shall not mimic the sound of a turkey in an area open to turkey hunting and where turkeys are reasonably expected to be present from March 1 until the opening of the youth turkey season, and from the close of the youth turkey season until the opening of the general turkey season.

  • Spencer County Bears

     

  • Final Four Dreams..

     

    by ASHLEY WILKINS/Landmark News Services

  • Sign up now for girls hoops camp

    The Spencer County Lady Bears Basketball Team will host a Youth Basketball Camp on June 8-11 for girls from Kindergarten through 8th grade.
    The camp will be held at the high school from 8:30 a.m. until noon.
    The camp will be $50, (which includes a T-shirt) and if you register by June 1, you can save $10 on registration. There are also family discounts for siblings.
    If you are interested in sending a girl to camp, contact Coach Brandy Scott at 502-558-9646 or email her at brandy.scott@spencer.kyschools.us.

  • Crappie tournament for Kosairs...

    The Mt. Washington FOP Lodge #82 will sponsor the Fishing for Kosair Kids Crappie Tournament at Taylorsville Lake next month.
    Originally set for April, flooding has pushed the date back to May 16 from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. The entry fee is $50, with the first place prize of $500 based on a minimum of 50 boats. There will also be a cookout and raffle after the tournament. Check-in will be at the Possum Ridge Boat Ramp.

  • Lady Bears even record with 15-...
  • Community needs to rally behind...

    Baseball players can be a superstitious lot. For instance, when teams are down late in the game, there’s a tradition of guys in the losing dugout turning their hats inside out. It’s called a rally cap and its roots trace back to the Detroit Tigers of the 1940s.
    Right now, there’s a group of young ballplayers in Spencer County who need an entire community to don their rally caps and come to their aid after the devastating floods destroyed playing fields and equipment at Ray Jewell and Waterford parks.