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Today's News

  • BOYS' SOCCER: Titans show Bearcats why they’re ranked No. 5

    SHELBYVILLE – Collins showed why it has climbed into the state’s top five boys’ soccer teams last Thursday.
    The Titans downed Anderson County, 3-0, in the 30th District Tournament championship match, held at Collins.
    The Titans dominated in every way to move to 16-1-2 on the year. Anderson fell to l0-10-0. Both teams were to play in the Eighth Region tournament Monday night at various sites.

  • FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Bearcats looking to bounce back with playoff berth

    Mark Peach knew what his post-game speech would be as soon as Ryan Timmons turned the corner Friday night.
    Peach knew that Anderson would not catch Timmons as he raced to his district-clinching – and legend-sealing – kickoff return Friday night at Franklin County.
    Timmons had snatched a monumental victory from the Bearcats on the last play of the game. Peach was determined it would not be a monumental defeat for his team.
    “We can’t let this one turn into two losses,” Peach told his team Friday.

  • Sports lineup: 10-17-12

    Anderson County High School

    Football

    Franklin Co. 56, Anderson Co. 52
    ANDERSON CO.    7    14    14    17 – 52
    FRANKLIN CO.    7    7    21    21 – 56

    First quarter
    8:38  FCHS – Greg Maupin, 64 pass from Logan Woodside (Zach Durham kick); 3 plays, 68 yards, TOP 1:29.

  • Basketball Bearcats to play before Pacers game

    The Anderson County Bearcat basketball team will be playing like the pros next month.
    The Bearcats will participate in a scrimmage with Southwestern on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the home of the NBA’s Indiana Pacers. Tip-off is at 2:30 p.m.
    The Pacers will be playing the Sacramento Kings, who feature former University of Kentucky players DeMarcus Cousins and Chuck Hayes along with former Louisville Cardinal Francisco Garcia.
    Tipoff for the Pacers-Kings game is 7 p.m.

  • Bearcats 5K run set for Oct. 27

    The Anderson County Bearcat basketball 5K run/walk is set for Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. The race will start behind Anderson County Middle School and will be a mostly flat course and will be controlled by police. There will be a water stop at the halfway point and refreshments will be available at the end of the race.

  • Richardson fastest in Lion’s 5K

    The Lawrenceburg Lion’s Club hosted the 5K Run/Walk for Sight during the Burgoo Festival to raise money to buy eye glasses for the underprivileged people in Anderson County, the organization announced.
    The fastest runner in the event was Steven Richardson of Lawrenceburg, who ran the course in 19 minutes and 57 seconds.
    Second was Bryan Cummins of Lawrenceburg with a time of 20:57. Third was Gary Green of Frankfort in 22:17.

  • Fall ball champs
  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Jubilant Lady Bearcats celebrate 30th District title

    SHELBYVILLE – It’s only been three years since Anderson County had tasted the sweetness of a district soccer championship, but the jubilation branded on the Lady Bearcats’ faces emphasized the fact that it had been too long.
    Much too long.
    Anderson used a pair of first half goals to defeat Spencer County, 2-0, in the 30th District Tournament championship game last Wednesday at Collins High School.
    The Lady Bearcats, raced to midfield to receive their trophy and rejoiced like a team that knew it was better than its pedestrian 9-10-3 record.

  • Life’s a ‘drag’ for local racer

    Tom Borgia did not have to show up in Cleves, Ohio, on Saturday night, but the Anderson County drag racer would not have missed the trip to Edgewater Sports Park, located just outside Cincinnati, for anything.
    The local drag racer only had to formalize his championship in the United Manual Transmission Racers South in the final race of the 2012 season Saturday. Borgia already had an insurmountable lead in the Street Stick division even before Saturday’s racing card.
    “I compete in everything,” Borgia said with a laugh.

  • COLUMN: Timmons a real Franklin Flyer

    All you could do was tip your hat to Ryan Timmons.
    By now, everybody who knows that a touchdown is worth six points knows who Timmons is. Even people who wouldn’t know a football is filled with air know about the guy who really is a Franklin County Flyer.
    He really is that fast.
    Ask every major college football coach in the country. Timmons will have more than enough places willing to give him a free education in exchange for making other teams look at the back of his uniform on a more than regular basis.