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Today's Sports

  • Bulldogs take two of three games...

    Saturday shaped up to be a beautiful day for football as the Spencer County Stallions took on the St. Stephens Bulldogs.

  • Back-to-back state champs

    The U10 Spencer County Wolfpack began its quest for the Kohl’s Cup at Dean Watts Park in Bardstown with a tough match vs. the Nelson County Thunder. After falling behind early, the boys began dominating possessions while applying constant pressure on Nelson County’s excellent goalkeeper.

  • 2013 Bears roster

    Number    Name    Year    Height    Weight    Off    Def    
    2    Logan Holbrook    10    5’6”    162    RB    LB    
    3    Jacob Derudder    10    6’1”    170    QB    DB    

  • 2013 SCHS Football Schedule

    AUG. 23    AT THOMAS NELSON
    AUG. 30    AT SHELBY COUNTY
    SEPT. 6    LaRUE COUNTY
    SEPT. 13    AT BULLITT EAST
    SEPT 27    AT NORTH OLDHAM
    OCT. 4    COLLINS
    OCT. 11    AT ATHERTON
    OCT. 18    E. JESSAMINE
    OCT. 25    WAGGENER
    NOV. 1    HENRY COUNTY
    **All games begin at 7:30 p.m.

  • COLUMN: A new season and a new...

    High school football pulls back the curtain this week on another academic year. The usual fixtures are in place – Louisville Trinity and Fort Thomas Highlands.
    For the rest of the year, these are a few things I would like to see come to pass:
    1. My favorite for Kentucky sports person of the year has been established: Emma Talley. A 19-year-old from Princeton in Caldwell County and a sophomore at Alabama, Talley won the U.S. Women’s Amateur Golf Championship. Two Kentuckians won major tournaments this year, Talley and Kenny Perry of Franklin.

  • PHOTO: Miller to play for Mount...
  • PHOTO: Dennis signs with Asbury
  • Stallions teams win 2 of 3...

    On Saturday, the Stallions hosted the Bulldogs for three games of fast football action.

  • Bears fall in scrimmage, prepare...

    Spencer County Bears Head Coach Mike Marksbury and his staff went into last Friday’s scrimmage with Nelson County not concerned with the final score, but saw it as an opportunity to get several of his younger players some much-needed experience.

  • 1st & 10

    Some will say it even smelled like football season on that day in 2003 when Spencer County High School took the field in pads for the first time since World War II. It may not have looked much like a typical high school football game: no Friday night lights, no permanent bleachers and no press box.