Sports briefs for Feb. 20, 2013

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By The Staff


Sports Briefs

Tee ball, softball registrations announced

Registrations for tee ball and softball, sponsored by the Anderson County Parks and Recreation will be held on consecutive Saturdays, March 2, 9 and 16, at the Community Building in Anderson County Community Park. Players can sign up from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day.

Tee ball is offered to children ages 3-6 while softball is open to girls, ages 3-18.

The cost is $65 per player in tee ball and 6-and-under softball. For all other leagues, the cost is $75.

Players can also register by mail, sending a completed application and registration fee to Anderson County Parks and Recreation, Attn: Kasey Briscoe, 137 South Main St., Lawrenceburg, Ky., 40342. Make checks payable to ACRD.

For more information, call 502-680-7530.

Christian Academy archers shine in tournament

The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg archery team performed well in the Fayette County Invitational, held on Feb. 5 at Beaumont Middle School in Lexington.

Jonathan Pinkston finished second in the elementary group with a 274 score while Ethan Durham ranked seventh, out of 92 archers, with a 251 score.

Eight of Christian Academy's 13 archers improved their scores over the previous meet at Woodford County. Those showing improvement were Durham, Aislinn Gray, Jacob Gaines, Sadie Burge, Colin Charles, Jeremiah Robinson, Reese Gaines and Ethan Gray.


Anderson County archers dominate Fayette Invitational

Anderson County archers placed well in the Fayette County Invitational Tournament on Feb. 5.

The Robert B. Turner team placed second in the Elementary Division with a score of 2,579, while the Anderson County Middle School team won its division with 3,279 points.

Individually, Michala Frederick and Caitlin Mehs placed fourth and fifth, respectively, in the high school female division while Justin Mehs and Cameron Peyton took the top two spots in the high school male division with scores of 294 and 293, respectively. Clint Tinsley and Chance Wayne tied for fourth at 289.

In the middle school female division, Kenzie Trent totaled 285 to win first place while Kaylee Snow (275), Anna Rose (273) and Christine Hosteller (271) took third, fourth and fifth places.

Anderson County swept the middle school male division with Hunter Snow (280), Jacob Wiley (279), Tyler Hawkins (276), Hayden Elder (274), and Caleb Wayne (273) taking the top five places.

Becky Frederick's 268 won the elementary female division while Kayla West's 256 was fourth. Brandon Aldridge's 275 captured the elementary male division while Adam Steele was third with a 271.


– From staff reports