Today's News

  • Lady Bearcats score big district victory

    Anderson County took a big step toward earning the top seed in the 30th District Volleyball Tournament when the Lady Bearcats took a 3-1 win at Collins last Tuesday in Shelbyville.

    Anderson won two close sets, eking out a 25-2325-16, 23-25, 25-22 victory.

    “I know I keep saying this, but the girls playing together and getting along is fun to watch and tough to beat,” Anderson coach Bob Hardin said. “They continue to get better each game.”

  • Anderson golfers win team, individual titles

    Saturday was one of those doubly good days for the Anderson County High School boys’ golf team.

    The Bearcats shot a season-low 311 in the Bellevue Invitational, held at Flagg Springs Golf Course in California, Ky.

    The tournament, held on one of northern Kentucky’s tougher courses, could be a springboard to good success in the upcoming regional tournament.

    Beechwood placed second in the tournament, 18 strokes behind the Bearcats.

  • Lady Cat golfers score win over Lexington Catholic

    Anderson County recorded a 208-228 win over Lexington Catholic in girls’ golf action last Thursday at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Club.

    Junior Christina Montgomery and sophomore Cheyenne Searcy led the Lady Bearcats, both scoring 47 on the back nine of their home course.

    The Lady Bearcats will take on Western Hills today, Sept. 10, at Juniper Hills then will play in the Boyle County Invitational at Danville’s Old Bridge Golf Course on Saturday, Sept. 13.

  • Sports Briefs for Sept. 10, 2014

    Donations for Carnahan Bowl being accepted

    The third annual Seth Carnahan Memorial Bowl will be held on Saturday, Sept. 13 at Warford Stadium on the campus of Anderson County High School. Anderson County Middle School will be hosting Madison Middle School that day in a double-header designated to raise money for the Mustang football program.

  • Salato Wildlife Center scheduled to host free National Hunting and Fishing Day celebration

    From staff reports

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will be hosting a celebration of hunting, fishing and the great outdoors, according to a news release. The celebration will be held at the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort on Saturday, Sept. 13. Activities and demonstrations will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Admission into the center is free during this event.

    Activities will include 3-D archery, archery trap shooting, air rifles, laser shot, and fishing and casting.

  • Quota hunt applications being accepted

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

    Hunters may apply throughout September for a variety of quota hunts in Kentucky.

    Quota hunts help manage hunting pressure on popular public areas by limiting numbers. The deadline to apply for these opportunities is midnight, Sept. 30.

  • Lady Bearcats rout Lincoln

    Anderson County overwhelmed host Lincoln County the second half to post a 7-2 win in girls' high school soccer action Thursday night in Stanford.

    Despite a slow start, the Lady Bearcats evened their record at 4-4-1 on the year.

    Six minutes into the contest, Anderson coach Jason Earnest made wholesale changes in his lineup, replacing nine of the 11 players on the field.

  • South Oldham gets first ever win over Bearcats

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham used an explosive offense to outlast Anderson County, 52-43, in a matchup of Top 10 football teams in Class 5A Friday night.

    The host Dragons scored a pair of quick touchdowns and never trailed as they picked up their second win in two games. It marked the first time that South Oldham had ever beaten Anderson in a series that dates to 1993.

    The South Oldham fans celebrated by rushing the field as time expired.

  • Lasting Legacy

    Someone was missing from the sideline when Anderson County opened the home football season Friday night.

    As I thought about that fact during the Anderson’s win over George Rogers Clark, little did I realize the eerie coincidence that the night the Bearcats opened what they hope will be another great season would be on the final day of Tracy Briscoe’s life.

  • Lady Bearcats sticking to basics as new coach takes over

    By John Herndon

    Sports Editor

    Robbie Hanks just felt it was time to give back to the game he loves.

    A former PGA pro at Lakeside Golf Course in Lexington, Hanks recently took over the reins of the Anderson County High School girls’ golf team two weeks into the season. It’s been a learning experience for Hanks.