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Today's Sports

  • Wade the Cumberland tailwater to...

    By Lee McClellan, Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    The dog days of late summer slow everything down. The heat and humidity along with the long days make outside work sweaty and arduous.

    Fishing slows during the dog days as well. Catching game fish from a lake or stream during a 90-degree plus day provides a challenge that anglers often fail to conquer.

  • Marching Bearcats strut their...
  • New coach looks for Bearcat vets...

    Change is inevitable in life. It’s a lesson the veterans on the Anderson County High School boys’ golf team are learning every day as they head into the 2017 season.

    For the Bearcats that major difference from a year ago is first-year coach Dylan Hancock. He’s the program’s third coach in three years. Last year’s head coach, Nate Hollon, resigned when he learned he would be having hip surgery during the season.

  • Give KHSAA a hand over headgear...

    I have often marveled at just how quickly things happen in fast-pitch softball.

    The pitching rubber is only 43 feet from home plate, which means a pitcher is usually less than 40 feet away as she completes her follow through. Given that slap-hitting is a common practice in softball, there are many times when the pitcher is probably no more than 12 yards from the bat when it connects with the ball.

  • Thompson completes sweep with...

    Anderson County Middle School archer Henry Thompson completed a clean sweep of his competition Saturday when he took first place in both the bullseye and 3D IBO competitions at the National Archery In the Schools Program World Tournament in Orlando, Fla.

    Thompson carded a 297 with 27 tens in the bulls eye division to finish first out of 1,744 male competitors. His teammate, Luke Slone, finished eighth with a 291.

  • Only rain could stop Mudcat bats

    As the Central Kentucky Mudcats were rolling through their own tournament last weekend, it appeared the only thing that might stop them was a force of nature.

    In the end, that proved true.

  • Kicking and grappling to his goal

    The goal seems so far away and might sometimes feel like it is on another planet.

    But it’s realistic for Braxton Briscoe.

    The eighth-grader at Anderson County Middle School wants to be a world champion and those in the know say it could happen.

    And could happen soon.

  • Thinking ahead to fall hunting...

    By Kevin Kelly

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    Fall can seem like an eternity away when the heat index soars into the triple digits and air conditioners must work overtime to meet unrelenting demand.

  • Sportsman’s Club to host Tim...

    The Anderson County Sportsman’s Club will host the 22nd Annual Tim Farmer Classic archery shoot on Sunday, July 30, according to a news release.

    The festivities will begin at 8 a.m. at the club, located at 1070 Old Joe Road, Lawrenceburg.

    All archers, from National Archery in the Schools Program participants to professionals are welcome, according to the release.

    The shoot will include 30 targets with a bowhunter class, open class, kids class and more.

  • Local archery teams place high...

    Anderson County archers were on target in the 2017 National Archery in the Schools Program World Archery Tournament, held last week in Orlando, Fla.

    In the bulls eye competition, the Turner Elementary School team finished sixth in the elementary school division with 3,211 of a possible 3,600 points.

    Anderson County Middle School’s team score 3,164 of a possible 3,600 points and placed 23rd in the middle school competition.