Today's Sports

  • Gee named athletic director at...

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg has announced that Ben Gee is the school’s new athletics director, according to a news release. Gee, a Lawrenceburg native and parent of two students at Christian Academy, will be overseeing and developing the school’s already well-established athletics program.

  • Sports Briefs for Oct. 1, 2014

    Alumni football dinner set for Saturday

    The Anderson County High School Bearcat Football Alumni Association is sponsoring an alumni dinner on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the school cafeteria, from 6-9 p.m.

    The dinner includes spaghetti, garlic bread, salad dessert and drink.

    Tickets are $8 each or $25 for a family of four. Tickets are on sale at concession stands at Bearcat home football games or by calling Karen Cosby (502-517-1259), Sandie Stumbo (502-608-2415) or Julie Cubert (502-680-1797) for more information.

  • Anderson County college football...

    Campbellsville 31, Belhaven 13

    Anderson County High School graduate Jacob Russell threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns as Campbellsville rallied from a 13-11 halftime deficit to post a Mid-South Conference victory in Jackson, Miss.

    Russell, who also ran for a touchdown, now has 1,012 yards passing in four games, getting to the 1,000-yard mark faster than any other quarterback in Campbellsville history.

    The Tigers improved to 3-1 and are in first place in the MSC West.

    Kentucky 17, Vanderbilt 7

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  • Bearcats overcome mistakes, beat...

    MOUNT STERLING – Anderson County won in spite of itself Friday night.

    The Bearcats overcame eight fumbles – losing four – to post a 49-33 win over Montgomery County in a Class 5A, District 6 football game.

    “I am so proud of the guys how they were able to come back after the mistakes we made,” said Anderson coach Mark Peach, who quipped that eight fumbles in a game had to be some sort of school record.

  • Toles tops conference

    Entering the final week of the 2014 season, the Anderson County boys' golf team appears to be hitting its stride at the right time.

    The Bearcats will play in the Region 4 Tournament on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at Connemara Golf Course in Nicholasville.

  • College football roundup

    How teams with Anderson County players fared last weekend.

    Anderson County College Football Roundup

    Northwestern 24, Western Illinois 7
    Northwestern got in the win column with a win over Western Illinois. The Wildcats broke a 7-7 tie in the first quarter and never looked back. Anderson County High School graduate Chris Fitzpatrick is the team's long snapper for Northwestern.

    Western Michigan 45, Murray State 14


    HARRODSBURG – Anderson County football is doing just fine, thank you.

    The Bearcats showed answered some of the questions about their status as pre-season district favorite and regional contender with a resounding 36-0 thrashing of host Mercer County Friday night.

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