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Today's Sports

  • Salato Wildlife Center scheduled...

    From staff reports

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will be hosting a celebration of hunting, fishing and the great outdoors, according to a news release. The celebration will be held at the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort on Saturday, Sept. 13. Activities and demonstrations will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Admission into the center is free during this event.

    Activities will include 3-D archery, archery trap shooting, air rifles, laser shot, and fishing and casting.

  • Quota hunt applications being...

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

    Hunters may apply throughout September for a variety of quota hunts in Kentucky.

    Quota hunts help manage hunting pressure on popular public areas by limiting numbers. The deadline to apply for these opportunities is midnight, Sept. 30.

  • South Oldham gets first ever win...

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham used an explosive offense to outlast Anderson County, 52-43, in a matchup of Top 10 football teams in Class 5A Friday night.

    The host Dragons scored a pair of quick touchdowns and never trailed as they picked up their second win in two games. It marked the first time that South Oldham had ever beaten Anderson in a series that dates to 1993.

    The South Oldham fans celebrated by rushing the field as time expired.

  • Lasting Legacy

    Someone was missing from the sideline when Anderson County opened the home football season Friday night.

    As I thought about that fact during the Anderson’s win over George Rogers Clark, little did I realize the eerie coincidence that the night the Bearcats opened what they hope will be another great season would be on the final day of Tracy Briscoe’s life.

  • South Oldham to give Bearcats...

    Chances are the story lines will be different around the Anderson County and South Oldham football camps this week.

    The programs, both of which have been climbing the Class 5A football ladder in recent years, tangle with each other Friday, Sept. 5, in Crestwood. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

    Anderson County head coach Mark Peach is undoubtedly telling his troops that this South Oldham team is not the same one that perhaps an older brother or friend slapped around – think 49-7 and 59-13 in successive games – a few years ago. It’s not even close.

  • Mind games: Never-say-die...

    Since that day he came home to lead the Anderson County High School football program, Mark Peach has preached the mind is where the champions are separated from those who are merely good.

    Friday night, it was no exception.

    The Bearcats were never seriously threatened in a 42-6 win over George Rogers Clark in the Bearcats' season opener. They methodically wore the visitors down with an offensive line that punished the Cardinals and a spread-the-wealth attack that saw three Bearcats run for at least 70 yards and four different runners reach the end zone.

  • Friday Night Lights in...
  • Lady Bearcats sticking to basics...

    By John Herndon

    Sports Editor

    Robbie Hanks just felt it was time to give back to the game he loves.

    A former PGA pro at Lakeside Golf Course in Lexington, Hanks recently took over the reins of the Anderson County High School girls’ golf team two weeks into the season. It’s been a learning experience for Hanks.

  • Russell sets Tiger passing marks

    Former Anderson County quarterback Jacob Russell had a record-setting night in his first action at Campbellsville University. However, the Tigers came up short, 44-40, in their bid to upset Mid-South Conference foe Lindsey Wilson, ranked No. 18 in the NAIA pre-season poll.

    For his effort, Russell was named one of three Mid-South Conference Players of the Week, conference officials announced Monday.

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