Sports Briefs for July 23, 2014

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By The Staff

The Anderson News wants your sports news

The Anderson News wants your sports news, no matter what the sport.

While the the Bearcats of Anderson County High School enjoy community support that is widely known, Lawrenceburg is more than a high school sports town.

But we need your help. The many youth teams and local happenings are far more than The Anderson News' one-man sports department could hope to know, but we welcome your submissions.

If you have a score to report, a news tidbit or a feature story idea, e-mail Anderson News sports editor John Herndon at jpherndon@theandersonnews.com with the information. You can also drop the information off at our office at 1080 Bypass South in Lawrenceburg.

Would you like to submit a photo of your youth team? How about that big fish you reeled in? We'd love to share your good news with our readers.

If you've had your picture taken with a major league ball player or have tried your hand at surfing this summer, we'd like to have those photos too.

Just send them to John Herndon at jpherndon@theandersonnews.com. The highest resolution possible makes for the best digital photos.

Prints are also accepted. Just drop them off or mail to The Anderson News office at 1080 Bypass South in Lawrenceburg.

Thank you for making The Anderson News your spot for Anderson County sports.



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Want to write or use a camera?

If you like to write or use a camera, The Anderson News would like to talk with you.

With far more scholastic and recreational teams than our one-person sports department can expect to cover, The News is always looking for people willing to write, submit information or take photos.

With fall sports upon us soon, The Anderson News offers a perfect opportunity for students who might be interested in journalism or another form of creative writing, fans who have a hidden talent or team parents who would just like to see results in the local paper. There is no pay involved, but The News will take care of your press credentials.

This is how Anderson News sports editor John Herndon started what has been a very successful career in local sports writing.

If you are interested, contact Herndon at jpherndon@theandersonnews.com.