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Today's Sports

  • Little League title dream ends...

    The dream of a state championship came to an end for the Anderson County Little League baseball 9- and 10-year-old all-stars Wednesday morning in Richmond.

    Owensboro Southern pounded the local team, bashing five home runs en route to a 17-4 romp past Anderson in the Little League State Tournament at Lake Reba Park in Richmond. The game was called after four innings with Owensboro Southern in front by 13 runs.

  • Little Leaguers advance to state...

    RICHMOND -- The Anderson County 9- and 10-year-old all-stars roared past Fleming County, 13-2, to advance to the championship game of the Little League Baseball state tournament Tuesday evening in Richmond.

  • Anderson routs North Oldham,...

    Anderson County erupted for seven runs in the first inning then rode a stellar pitching performance from Bailey Cole to roll past North Oldham, 12-1, in the Little League 9- and 10-year-old State Tournament Monday in Richmond.

  • Little Leaguers split two state...

    RICHMOND -- The Anderson County 9- and 10-year-old all-stars split their first two games in the Kentucky Little League state tournament, held at Lake Reba Park in Richmond.

    Anderson defeated Glasgow Saturday but dropped a decision to Owensboro Southern Sunday.

    Anderson advanced to the Final Four by defeating North Oldham, 12-1, as this edition of The Anderson News was going to press Monday afternoon. Details of that game can be found at theandersonnews.com.

    Anderson Co. 7, Glasgow 6

  • Baseball would be better with...

    It was only fitting that I was covering the Little League state tournament Saturday. It was one day before Ken Griffey, Jr. went into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

    It would be just a bit premature to say one of the 9- and 10-year-old kids I was watching will join Junior in Cooperstown 35 or 40 years from now, but at the same time, who am I, or anyone else, to discourage the dream? They happen and some of them really do come true.

  • Getting ready
  • Some changes for upcoming early...

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    Although Kentucky is baking in the hottest temperatures of the year, hunters will be afield in a little over a month pursuing migratory birds such as dove, wood duck, American woodcock and resident Canada goose.

    Those planning to hunt during these seasons must be aware of some significant changes for the September Canada goose and American woodcock seasons.

  • Hooked on a title
  • Fighting his toughest battle

    Rick Sallee has always been a battler and has been through it all on the athletic fields.

    As a senior at Pikeville High School, he saw Paintsville’s John Pelphrey, the future Kentucky star, hit a buzzer-beating half-court shot in the 15th Region Tournament to end Sallee’s junior season.

  • Sallee says athletic department...

    As Rick Sallee has been battling liver cancer, his assistant, Jeremy Cook, has taken over the duties of athletic director at Anderson County High School until Sallee returns.

    Cook oversaw all of the spring sports seasons, including the school softball team’s trip to the state tournament.