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Today's Sports

  • Kentucky Afield TV host Tim...

    By Dave Baker, Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    Twenty years ago, viewers of Kentucky Afield tuned their televisions to a most unusual sight: a new, unknown host named Tim Farmer pulling back a bowstring with his teeth and shooting a shotgun one handed, hitting his targets with ease.

    On Dec. 31, Farmer, the high energy, folksy host who never let his injured arm hold him back, will retire from the show after decades of bringing the best of the state’s outdoors to viewers every week on Kentucky Educational Television.

  • Davis selected for prestigious...

    The Anderson County High School football team celebrated the 2015 season with the annual team awards’ banquet, held Nov. 22 at the high school.

    Junior Bryndon Labhart and sophomore Gunnar Gillis were named the team’s Offensive Most Valuable Players while Labhart was also named the team’s Defensive MVP. Logan Davis, who was injured for the season in the first quarter of the first game but still attended practices and team meetings, was awarded the prestigious Cunningham-Hawkins Leadership Award.

  • Bearcat soccer celebrates season

    The Anderson County High School boys’ soccer team celebrated the 2015 season with the annual team awards banquet, held Nov. 18 at the high school.

  • Lady Cats get early district test

    The Anderson County girls’ basketball team will get an early-season district test when the Lady Bearcats host Collins next Tuesday night, Dec. 8 in what should be a highlight of the Lady Bearcats’ week.

  • Mustangs romp in state All-Star...

    Three Anderson County Middle School football players took part in the annual Kentucky Middle School Football Coaches’ Association East-West All-Star Game, held Sunday on the campus of Kentucky State University.

  • Tons of fun at Cat Madness...
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  • Still sisters

    Ever since they left Banker’s Life Fieldhouse for the last time as teammates, then withthe Kentucky All-Stars, Eriel McKee and Makenzie Cann knew the next time they saw each other on the basketball court, it would be as opponents.

    The Anderson County High School grads are friends always, of course.

  • RUSSELL NAMED MSC PLAYER OF YEAR

    
By Jordan Alves, Campbellsville University Sports Information

    CAMPBELLSVILLE – For the first time in program history, a Campbellsville University student-athlete has been named the Mid-South Conference West Division Offensive Player of the Year. That honor goes to senior quarterback Jacob Russell, who has shattered every program record to date this season.

  • Swim Cats strong in first meet

    The Anderson County High School swim team opened the season with a good performance at a five-team meet held at Falling Springs Recreation Center in Versailles last Wednesday.

    The Bearcat boys finished third behind Woodford County and Franklin County while the girls were fourth behind Woodford, Western Hills and Franklin. Frankfort High was the fifth school in the meet.

    In the combined scores, Anderson was fourth, ahead of Frankfort.