Today's Sports

  • Experts anticipate good...


    The outlook for the upcoming waterfowl hunting seasons looks as promising as any seasons in recent memory.

    “It is shaping up to be a phenomenal year,” said John Brunjes, migratory bird coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “We are still at all-time highs for duck numbers with as many breeding ducks as we’ve ever had. It’s been that way for a couple of years now.”

  • Bears are trending upward


  • Gun season for deer begins


    A burst of fall colors, frosty mornings and an uptick in deer activity recently are encouraging and telling signs for hunters.

    The season that contributes the greatest percentage of Kentucky’s annual deer harvest and fills many freezers with protein-rich venison is almost here.

    Modern gun deer season began statewide Nov. 11, 2017.

  • 8th grade Lady Grizzlies take 2nd


    The Spencer County Middle School 8th grade Lady Grizzlies suffered a narrow 42-39 loss to Bardstown in the division championship last Thursday evening to settle for a second place finish.

  • SCHS hoop teams ready to tip off...


    Supporters of Spencer County High School basketball came out Saturday night for a dinner and some short intersquad scrimmages as the teams prepare to tip off the 2017-18 seasons.

  • Cross Country competes in State...


    Several members of the Spencer County Cross Country team competed in the State Meet at the Kentucky Horse Park on Saturday.


  • SCMS Dance team takes 1st at...


    The SCMS Dance Team competed at their first competition of the  season last weekend at Freedom Hall. The girls brought home a first  place win from the Jamfest competition and a bid to US Finals.

  • Lady Grizzlies end perfect...


    Spencer County 7th grade Lady Grizzlies completed their season by beating Bloomfield 36 - 32 in overtime last Monday to win the MKAC basketball championship. The Lady Grizzlies finished with a perfect 17-0 record on the year.

  • Youth Soccer champs


    The Spencer County Sports Association ended its Fall 2017 Soccer Season with a Fun Day event at Waterford Park, which included food, inflatables and plenty of soccer, including the U8 Mike Miles Tournament and the U10 Derek Anderson Tournament.

    Signups for the Spring 2018 season will take place throughout the month of January and registration forms can be found at SpencerCountySoccer.com starting now.

  • SCHS Cross Country runners...


    The Spencer County High School Boys Cross Country team finished fourth at the Regional meet at North Oldham over the weekend, qualifying them as a team for the state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park this coming weekend.

    On the girls side, Lindsey Bush placed 7th in the region with a time of 20:59 and Ali Manley, placed 20th with a time of 23:21. Chloe Smith was 32nd, with a time of 25:56. Both Bush and Manley will advance to the state meet.