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Today's News

  • Cummins, Currens named all-region

    Anderson County High School basketball players Austin Cummins and Kaci Currens have been named to the All-Eighth Region teams, as selected by the region’s coaches.

    Cummins, whose 26.6 points per game scoring average was second in the state in statistics released by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association last week, was one of the headliners of the boys’ team while Currens has emerged as a consistent scoring threat for the Anderson girls.

  • McDonald named to dean’s list at Morehead State University

    From staff reports

    Lawrenceburg resident Amanda McDonald, a daughter of Amy Ruble and granddaughter of Faye Murphy, was named to the dean’s list at the College of Science and Technology at Morehead State University, the school announced.

    She was name for the school’s fall 2014 term.

  • Maynard Studios earns awards

    From staff reports

    Maynard Studios of Lawrenceburg was been awarded “Best Of Houzz” for both design and customer satisfaction by Houzz, a home remodeling and design agency.

    Maynard Studios specializes in custom architectural iron and applied design and was chosen by the more than 25 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than 500,000 active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals, according to a news release.

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  • Lady Bearcats oust Collins, advance to district final

    TAYLORSVILLE – Kaci Currens scored 25 points, nine coming in the decisive third quarter, to lead Anderson County past Collins in the Girls' 30th District Basketball Tournament Tuesday night at Spencer County High School.

    Trailing 31-29 midway through the third quarter, Currens scored the Lady Bearcats' next seven points. Her three-point play with 2:14 to go in the third frame put Anderson up for good at 36-34.

  • Anderson splits road tests against region foes

    Austin Cummins poured in more than 40 points in successive games, but Anderson County could only salvage a split when it defeated Owen County but lost to Simon Kenton the following night.

    Cummins tallied 44 Thursday night when the Bearcats won at Owen County, 73-65. The following night, Cummins tallied 41, but Simon Kenton defeated the Bearcats, 80-71.

    Complete statistics were not available at press time.

    It is believed to be the first time an Anderson County player has recorded consecutive 40-point outings.

  • Bearcats rip Carroll County

    Anderson County never trailed as the Bearcats routed overmatched visiting Carroll County 86-53 last Tuesday night.

    Austin Cummins, who had totaled 119 points in his previous three games, scored 19 this time to lead the Bearcats, who placed four players in double figures. The Bearcats continuously pushed the action and shot just over 50 percent from the field, many of the field goal attempts coming at the end of fast breaks.

  • Third quarter blitz fuels Lady Bearcats past district rival

    SHELBYVILLE – The good teams make the plays when they need to.

    At least that is what the old adage, or a reasonable facsimile thereof, says. If it is true, then the Anderson County girls make up a good team.

    After a night of sputtering like a car needing a tuneup, the Lady Bearcats blitzed host Collins for a 13-1 scoring spurt to go up 52-32 at the end of the third quarter last Wednesday.

    Game. Set. Match.

  • Lady Cats collapse in fourth, Woodford rallies for upset

    To say nothing went right for Anderson County in the fourth quarter of Friday's loss to Woodford County is akin to saying the temperatures dropped a bit over the weekend.

    The Lady Bearcats saw a 15-point lead disappear as they tasted defeat on their home court for the third time this year. Woodford closed things out with a 24-2 run to improve to 13-15.

    The Yellow Jackets avenged a 57-41 Anderson win in the Mingua Beef Jerky Classic at Bourbon County just after Christmas.

    It should have never happened, Anderson coach Clay Birdwhistell said.

  • Whiteside dominates glass for Asbury

    Asbury avenged a 24-point loss to Midway by scoring an 82-58 win last Tuesday in Wilmore.

    Midway had whipped Asbury back on Jan. 6.

    Anderson County resident Kali Whiteside dominated the glass, pulling down 16 rebounds and blocking four shots. She also scored seven points and was credited with two assists as Asbury improved to 21-6.

     

    Asbury 67, Indiana-Southeast 51

    Asbury overcame a slow start to defeat IU-Southeast, 67-51, Saturday in New Albany, Ind.