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Today's News

  • Bearcats blaze in sixth, burn Hills

    Anderson County exploded for five runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat Western Hills, 8-6, in what turned out to be the high school baseball regular-season finale Friday night at Barnes Memorial Field.

    Trailing 6-3 to a team that had already beaten them once this year, the Bearcats sent 10 batters to the plate their final at bat on the home field this year.

    A scheduled game with Woodford County on Saturday was rained out. The Bearcats were scheduled to begin district tournament play Tuesday night against Spencer County at Shelby County.

  • Woodford rally doesn’t dampen Lady Cat state hopes

    Ariel Dailey belted a two-run home run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Woodford County a 3-2 win over Anderson County in a battle of Top 10 teams last Wednesday in Versailles.

    Dailey drove in Morgan Grose, who had reached on an error and capped a three-run rally in Woodford’s last at bat. The uprising tagged a loss on Anderson junior Ally Moore, who pitched well, according to Anderson coach Brent Aldridge.

  • Five Bearcats make state meet

    Anderson County had a day of mixed results at the Class 3A, Region 5 track meet, held Friday at Montgomery County High School.

    On the good side, five Anderson performers earned berths at the KHSAA State Track Meet in six different events. The state meet will be held on Saturday, May 23 at the University of Kentucky. The competition is scheduled to get underway at 4 p.m.

  • Alves named Campbellsville SID

    A life-long love of sports has grown into a full schedule of activities for Jordan Alves in 16 university sports that include 26 different programs.

    Alves, a 2013 graduate of Campbellsville University and a two-year graduate assistant in the sports information department, was named in early May to the post of Sports Information Director, according to a news release. He replaces Chris Megginson, who returned to Alabama to be closer to family and pursue other work opportunities.

  • Choosing the right kayak for fishing and safety

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    The first time I fished a stream out of a kayak, you may have heard the oaths I swore in Tennessee. It was a short, cockpit or sit-in style kayak. I had a hard time controlling its tippy tendencies.

    After an hour or so, my back began to hurt trying to keep the boat in position to properly fish. I had little room to stow my rod and tackle. I eventually bought a personal pontoon boat for my stream fishing, forsaking a kayak because of this bad experience.

  • Warmth of late spring signals prime time for catfish

    By Kevin Kelly

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    A recent stable weather pattern brought an early taste of summer to Kentucky as high temperatures topped 80-degrees on consecutive days.

    Warmer weather and water temperatures climbing into the 70s tell catfish that it’s time to spawn, and anglers who pursue them know from experience the period from late spring into early summer is prime time.

  • Anderson seniors finalize college choices with signings
  • Mustangs Final Four Bound
  • NASP IBO 3D champs
  • Beast of the Bluegrass returns to Lawrenceburg