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Today's Sports

  • SCHOOL COMPLIANCE WITH TITLE IX...

    The record book does not lie when it comes to Anderson County’s success in girls’ high school sports.

  • No easy answers in dealing with...

    After writing about high school sports for over 30 years, I like to think I have a grasp of what goes on when kids play the games.

    There are always a few surprises every year, but in a strange way, they aren’t unexpected. They’re going to happen. It’s just the details of when, where and who that you don’t know in advance.

    I wish predicting the future well-being of high school sports was that simple.

  • KHSAA not seeing decline in...

    While some are concerned about being able to fund sports and the opportunities for participation they provide, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association says it is seeing just the opposite in the Commonwealth.

    “We have no data that indicates any type of long-term decline,” KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett said through the association’s spokesman.

  • Ticket sales only cover...

    Providing an accounting of a scholastic sports program depends on many variables and it could be virtually impossible to get an exact figure on how much a school system spends on athletic extra-curricular activities at at school.

  • Sting of ’14 drives senior-laden...

    The sting still bothers the Anderson County High School volleyball team. And they agree that is a good thing.

    A year ago, the Lady Bearcats turned in what had the trappings of the best performance in the program’s history. Anderson finished the regular season at 23-6 and clinched the top seed in the 30th District Tournament.

    Then it happened. Again.

  • Bearcats have good start in...

    The Anderson County High School boys’ golf team got off to a good start to the 2015 season with strong showings in the Five-Star General Classic and the Central Hardin Invitational over the weekend.

    “We left many shots on the course,” said Anderson coach Jim Beward. “We could have played better but the team handled adversity well and turned in a respectable performance. We need some work on the driving range and with on-course decision making.

    “It was a good start to the season.”

  • Getting better

    Improvement, more than winning, has been the focus for the Anderson County High School girls’ golf team heading into the 2015 season.

    With that as the goal, the Lady Bearcats’ first outing of the season was a big success.

    Anderson finished 13th out of 19 teams in the Lady Rocket Invitational Saturday at Weissinger Hills in Shelbyville. The Lady Bearcats compiled a 405 team score, well behind Sacred Heart’s winning 317, but 24 strokes ahead of the score Anderson turned in at the same tournament last year.

  • Fall fishing carries new meaning...

    By Kevin Kelly

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    Anglers become conditioned to expect high water on lakes in spring and stable conditions in summer before the fall drawdowns to winter pool.

    After an unusually wet spring, this summer has been anything but predictable in Kentucky. High and falling water have added a degree of difficulty at a time when fishing can be challenging under normal conditions.

  • Country singer to host St. Jude...

    Country music singer J.D. Shelburne will be hosting his Eighth Annual St. Jude Softball Game on Saturday, Aug. 8 in Taylorsville.

    The game will be held at Ray Jewell Park, located on Highway 44 near Spencer County High School. The Home Run Derby will get under way at 11 a.m. with the softball game at 1 p.m. Anyone can enter the Home Run Derby for an entry fee of $5. Prizes will be awarded.

  • Registrations being taken for...

    The Eighth Annual Allen Dennis Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8 at Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville.

    The scramble will feature a shotgun start at 8 a.m.

    Proceeds from the scramble will benefit a scholarship fund in honor of Allen Dennis, who drowned at age 9. The scholarship is awarded to a student from Anderson, Shelby or Spencer counties. The cost is $50 per person or $200 per team.