Today's News

  • BASEBALL: Bearcats upset No. 18 Bullitt East in home finale

    Baseball is a strange game at times. Such was life around the Anderson County Bearcats last week.

    Appearing to be heading into the post-season on an uptick the Bearcats turned in what coach L.W. Barnes described as a trio of duds, only to come back with one of the most impressive performances of the season as they defeated 16th-ranked Bullitt East in the home finale last Thursday.

    Pinch-runner Josh Brown scored when Bullitt East botched a possible double play ball in the bottom of the seventh for the 7-6 victory.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Bearcats close regular season with big wins

    In the final week of the regular season of high school softball, Anderson County kept showing signs it could be a team to contend with as the post-season tournaments started on Monday.

    The Lady Bearcats put up a pair of home-field wins before closing out the campaign at the Boyle County Invitational Tournament.

  • OUTDOORS: Anderson teams hit bullseye at NASP tournament

    Anderson County hit the bullseye at the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament, held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville on May 11-12.

    The Anderson County Middle School team placed second in its division, just behind Trigg County Middle School of Cadiz. Anderson scored 3,359 points, 35 behind Trigg County.

    The Anderson County High School team was fourth nationally, with a 3,398 score. Trigg County also won that division, followed by Maysville High of Zanesville, Ohio and Logan Hocking High from Logan, Ohio.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Anderson performers learn how things are on the biggest stage

    LOUISVILLE -- Things are just different when the stage is the biggest.

    Just ask Anderson County track performers Tiffany Yount and Cameron Robinson. They made the Class 3A state track meet, held Saturday at the University of Louisville's Cardinal Park, but neither was particularly happy with the result.

  • BOYS' TENNIS: Anderson pair goes down swinging

    LEXINGTON – This time, there was little else Ty Glover and T.J. Pham could do.

    The magic that had carried them in a surprising run through the Eighth Region and to a berth in the state tennis tournament suddenly came to an end last Thursday. The DuPont Manual team of Sam and Aaron Stromberg saw to that.

    The Stromberg brothers turned back everything that Glover and Pham could muster on the way to a 6-1, 6-2 win in the first round of the tournament at the University of Kentucky.

    “They were the best we have played,” said Pham, a junior.

  • COLLEGE: Warford an All-American in field and classroom

    Asbury University senior outfielder Mary Ann Warford has been named to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-America College Division Softball Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Warford is the first Eagle in school history to take home the prestigious award. The team is comprised of student-athletes from NAIA, Canadian and two-year institutions.

  • COLUMN: Who will pay for expansion of prep sports

    The end of the school year is always one of the busiest -- and wackiest -- times of the year in prep sports.

    Last week, I was at the University of Kentucky on Thursday for state tennis and at the University of Louisville on Saturday for state track.

    Monday, I was at Spencer County High School for district softball and last night was scheduled to be at Collins High in Shelbyville for district baseball.

  • Bearcats, Lady Bearcats roll to district championships


    The Anderson County High School baseball and softball teams extended their tournament dominance of the 30th District when both won championships Wednesday night.

  • 30th District baseball and softball tournament schedules


    Incorrect schedules and pairings for the 30th District softball tournaments appeared in the print edition of the May 16 Anderson News. 

    The correct schedules are listed below. Tournament seedings are in parentheses.



  • Strongmen (and one strongwoman) descend on Lawrenceburg for Beast of the Bluegrass