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Today's News

  • Former Henry, Oldham boys coach to lead Shelby girls

    By Josh Cook

    Landmark News Service

    Jason Holland has already won two Eighth Region basketball titles. He hopes to capture another next season.

    “What I want to do is win the Eighth Region,” Holland, who guided the Oldham County boys to back-to-back regional championships in 2011-12, said after he was introduced as the new girls’ basketball coach at Shelby County High School on Wednesday. “We want to get Shelby County back to where they’re used to going, and that’s winning the Eighth.”

  • Mudcats play well in Smokies

    The Central Kentucky Mudcats' 17-and-under baseball team took just one of three games during last weekend's Smoky Mountain Classic, held at Smokies Park, near Sevierville, Tennessee.

    The tournament, which features some of the best teams from the eastern half of the United States, was played at the home of the Tennessee Smokies, the AA affiliate of the Chicago Cubs.

    “Overall, it was a good weekend at a great park against some very tough competition,” said Mudcat coach Chris Copenhaver.

  • Full racing program added at Ponderosa

    After a couple of weekends off and a pair of weekend rainouts, Ponderosa Speedway will return to action with a full program of racing action that has been added to the schedule on Friday, July 25.

  • Sports Briefs for July 23, 2014

    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.

  • Volleyball campers
  • Taking fewer chances for diamond injury

    Scary could not do justice to describing that video of Aroldis Chapman falling to the pitcher's mound.

    The Cincinnati Reds' relief pitcher had just taken a line drive off the bat of the Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez during a spring training game in March. Chapman had thrown one of his 100-mph fastballs. Perez connected and the ball hit Chapman in the face. The following day, he had surgery to put a titanium plate in, to repair his shattered eye-socket.

  • Future stars shine at Lady Cat camp
  • Former Bearcat foe looking for friends and fans

    I had driven through the backroads to meet up with J.D. Shelburne.

    He'd done the same to catch up with a writer he knew little about.

    But that wasn't really that unusual. I'm a sports writer who's just as comfortable talking about cattle as baseball. Shelburne could fill the nets from 3-point land at Spencer County High School but is now working his way up the ladder in Nashville.

  • Shelburne says Anderson County burgoo was 'Awesome' but stage was an adventure

    Long before J.D. Shelburne had become almost a household name in Kentucky music circles, he made an unforgettable stop in Lawrenceburg.

    “I headlined the Burgoo Festival in 2008,” he says with a laugh.. “I played on a stage that was really a wagon. Every time we moved, it seemed like the stage moved too.

  • Shelburne to host softball game, play Fourth Street Live next weekend

    J.D. Shelburne, whose second CD is due out Aug. 23, is scheduled to play Fourth Street Live in Louisville on Friday, Aug. 1. “The last three years, I have opened for a Kentucky Derby show on Fourth Street Live,” he says. “They called and I had another commitment but I changed it to be able to make it work.