Anderson County resident Kristen Hamrick, shown in action for Campbellsville University's tennis team in April, has been named second team All-American by the National Christian College Athletic Association, according to a news release from the school. Hamrick played both singles and doubles for the Lady Tigers, who won the NCCAA national championship on May 11 and finished the season ranked No. 17 in the NAIA.
SHELBYVILLE – The instructions to Steven Watts were simple: Just throw strikes.
The senior right-hander pounded like a prize fighter last Tuesday as Anderson County knocked Spencer County out of the 30th District baseball tournament at Collins High School.
Watts struck out 14 Spencer County batters and allowed just one hit as the Bearcats rolled to a 4-0 semi-final win. It was the fifth time in six years that Anderson had eliminated the Bears in district play.
SHELBYVILLE – Granville Hayes just wanted to put the bat on the ball.
Hayes stroked a one-out, bases-loaded single to score Tanner Roberts, giving Anderson County a 2-1 walk-off win over Owen County Monday night in the first round of the Eighth Region Tournament being held at Collins High School.
Hayes, who had struck out with the bases loaded in the third inning, drove Stone Osborne's 0-2 pitch to the right side of the infield. Owen could not make a play, setting off a wild celebration among the Anderson players.
CRESTWOOD – As soon as Kaci Currens connected, it was a no-doubter.
The Anderson County eighth-grader belted a monster grand slam in the bottom of the first that was the spark for the Lady Bearcats' 8-1 win over 32nd District runner-up Simon Kenton Monday night in the opening round of the Eighth Region softball tournament at South Oldham High School.