Today's Sports

  • Grizzlies on their way to a...

    Spencer County Middle School’s Grizzly Football team pushed their conference record to 6-0 on Tuesday night with a big win over North Washington Middle School. The Grizzlies would start off stong and coast their way to a 41-0 victory over the Patriots.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Grizzlies to face...

    Spencer County Middle School's football team won their first round playoff game against Bloomfield Middle Thursday night 60-6. The win moves SCMS on to the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference championship. The Grizzlies will host Old Kentucky Home Middle School Tuesday night at 7 p.m. on the high school field.

  • PHOTO: Colonels take command at...

    The Spencer County boys soccer team dropped to 4-7-1 on the season with a tough 10-2 loss to South Oldham Monday night at home. The boys surprised Frankfort with a 3-3 tie last week and will be on the road this week at Henry County and North Oldham. Their last home game will be next Thursday evening against Bullitt East on Senior Night.

  • Clawing their way to top

    SCHS Cross Country had a winning day at the Wildcat Invitational in Edmonson County last Saturday.  The team traveled south to battle teams they had not yet faced in competition.  Their effort to shake things up a bit paid off with a girl’s team victory, two individual winners, and several members recording personal best times.

  • PHOTO: SCHS Golf Classic

    Claud Wyatt of Taylorsville watches as his teammate, Mike Costa of Louisville, putts during the SCHS Golf Classic last Saturday at Tanglewood Golf Course. Estimates are that the event raised $12,000 for student athletics.

  • Second annual SCHS Golf Classic...

    If you can’t get into Valhalla for the 2008 Ryder Cup this weekend, but still need that golfing fix, how about participating in this Saturday’s second annual SCHS Golf Classic?

  • Mountain Lions no match for Bears

    It took three weeks and a road trip to the southeast corner of the state, but the Spencer County Bears collected their first win of the season Saturday and did so in convincing style with a 42-15 win over Pineville that was even more dominating than the score appears.

    With temperatures in the 90s at the 3 p.m. afternoon kickoff, the Bears had plenty of reason to sweat, but from the outset there was no sweating the outcome as the Bears took control from the beginning.

  • SCHS Girls golf team on a roll...

    The eyes of the golfing world will be on Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Club this week for the 2008 Ryder Cup, but the Spencer County Girls golf team is making news of their own with a perfect 9-0 mark going into the final weeks of the season.

    On Monday, the girls outshot the squad from Fort Knox, posting a 189-247 win over the visitors at Tanglewood Golf Course. It was the Lady Bears’ ninth straight victory and coach Luke Penrod said team balance has been one huge key to their success.

  • Punt, pass and kick competition

    The Spencer County Middle School Grizzly football team will be hosting a NFL Punt, Pass and Kick tournament Sunday, Sept. 28., at the high school field.

    The event is free to all boys and girls ages 8 through 15. The winner of the competition will be eligible to move on to sectional competitions and could eventually compete at half time during a Cincinnati Bengals game.

    Registration for the local competition begins at 2 p.m. with the tournament beginning at 3 p.m. Parents must be present to sign permission forms. Concessions will be sold at the event.

  • SCMS holds on to first place...

    Spencer County Middle School Grizzly Football was able to move ahead in their conference play last Tuesday with a win over St. Charles Middle School in Marion County.


    From the opening play, the Grizzlies would show the Knights that they were overmatched. On SCMS's third play from scrimmage, tailback Jordan Hardin scored his first touchdown of the night with a 48 yard run. Zack Smith was able to nail the PAT kick and with less than a minute gone in the game Spencer County was in the lead 8-0.