Today's Sports

  • SCMS holds on to first place...

    Spencer County Middle remained in first place in the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference on Thursday with a win over the visiting Knights of St. Dominic School.


    The game began when the Grizzly Cody Buckman onside kicked the ball and then recovered it himself. On SCMS's second play from scrimmage, tailback Will Eldridge scored (untouched) from 42 yards out. Zack Smith would split the uprights on the PAT kick to make the score a quick 8-0, Spencer County.


  • Cross country places second at...

    Spencer County Cross Country attended the Shelby County Invitational last Saturday and had an outstanding day at the races. 

    The girls came away with two individual wins and earned second place team honors, while four boys placed in the top 25 during various races.

    Christina Shawver won the girls JV 5K by nearly one minute, with a time of 22:13, leading SCHS to a second place team finish.  Laura Klotz finished 5th, Adrian Gregory 11th, Whitney O’Dell 25th, and Bethany Crews placed 64th for a combined team score of 79.

  • PHOTO: Volley Bears

    Jenni Lohrey returned a volley back to Bardstown as Amanda Jewell, #8 and MacKenzie Smith #15 look on.


  • PHOTO: Volley Bears

    Ashlee Bell, center, sends the ball over the net for a point during the Lady Bears’ three set victory over Bardstown last Tuesday. Also pictured is #3, Brandi Bleemel.


  • PHOTO: Spencer County soccer

    Spencer County’s girls soccer took a hard loss to Mercer County last Tuesday night with a score of 1-8. Their next game is at home against Bullitt County Thursday night beginning at 5:30 p.m. Scores from the boys game against Doss last Tuesday night were not available. The boys will be taking it to the road this week as they face Carroll County Thursday night at 7 p.m.

  • Grizzlies keep opponents in...

    Washington County 6, SCMS 34

    Spencer County Middle School was able to take sole possession of first place in the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference on Tuesday by beating Washington County Middle. The Grizzlies were tied with the Commanders as both teams were undefeated in conference play.

  • SCHS Freshman football team...

    The Spencer County Bears Freshman Football team beat Southern High School of Louisville 12-0 in the Fairdale Freshman Football Classic on September 6, 2008.

    The Bears were dominate on both sides of the ball during the game. Offensively, the Bears got rolling running the ball at will on the opening drive of the game and then took to the air for a 25 yard touchdown pass from Cory Sealey to Aaron Preuett.

    The Bears defense was dominating all afternoon while allowing only three Southern first downs throughout the entire game.

  • SCHS Golf Classic

    It is time for the second annual SCHS Athletics Golf Classic. We were very pleased with our results and turnout last year and hope to make this years event bigger, better and more enjoyable. However we can not do this without your help. We already have CUB Bank committed to our $5,000 hole in one sponsorship, UK Healthcare to our Eagle sponsorship and Salt River Electric to our Birdie sponsorship. We encourage all of our community members and supporters participate in this event at some level.

  • Reigning “Diamond...

    The 14u Kentucky Thunder softball team attended the NASF “Diamond Divas” over Labor Day weekend in Mooresville, Indiana.  They competed against several other 14u and 16u teams from numerous states and even countries!  Kentucky Thunder was the 14u champions, winning the final game against Regina Gold from Saskatchewan, Canada on Monday with a score of 14-4.

  • Bears drop another one

    Last week, the Spencer County Bears were unable to match points with the big boys from 6A Bullitt Central. On Friday, they learned that the little guys are plenty good too, as they dropped a 25-7 decision at 1A Frankfort.

    Of course, Frankfort is one of the top small schools in the state and Bears’ Head Coach Matt Powenski said he still expects good things from his team but said they must learn from their early-season mistakes.