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Today's Sports

  • Hamrick falls, will still play...

    FRANKFORT -- The Cinderella run struck midnight for Kristen Hamrick, but there’s still another ball to attend.

    Hamrick lost to Franklin County High School’s Sara Kellerman in the Region 8 girls’ tennis championship match 6-1, 7-5. Hamrick, a senior from Anderson County High School, was the region’s seventh seed, and thanks to making it to the regional championship match, will still have a place in the state tournament held in Lexington.

        “(Kellerman) played really well, and I did my best,” Hamrick said.

  • COLUMN: Hamrick looks upward to...

    To Kristen Hamrick, suffering a loss in the regional championship match really wasn't the end of the world.

    She had already been guaranteed a spot in this week's state tennis tournament with an impressive run to the final – think eight sets, six of which were of the 6-0 variety – and advancing farther than any Anderson County girls' player ever has.

  • Bearcats close regular season...

    Anderson County wrapped up the regular-season portion of its baseball campaign with a pair of impressive wins, including an 8-4 victory over 18th-ranked Western Hills last Thursday. The Bearcats entered post-season play at 17-11 and appear to be playing their best baseball of the season.

    Saturday, the Bearcats got a strong pitching performance from senior Daniel Goodlett as Anderson defeated Woodford County 5-4 in the annual season-ending contest at Versailles.

  • Hamrick advances to regional...

    UPDATED, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 10:50 P.M.

    Anderson County's Kristen Hamrick played almost flawless tennis to defeat North Oldham's Caitlyn Hickey in the Region 8 girls' tennis regional semifinal on Wednesday. Hamrick moves on to the regional final, continuing an unlikely run through the tournament by winning her second consecutive match against a higher-seeded foe.

  • This week in Anderson County...

    Anderson County High School

    Baseball

    Wednesday, May 19: Scott Co. at Anderson Co. 5:30 p.m.

        Junior varsity game following.

    Thursday, May 20: Anderson Co. at Western Hills, 5:30 p.m.

        Junior varsity game following.

    Saturday, May 22: Anderson Co. at Woodford Co., noon.

        Junior varsity game following.

    Monday, May 24: 30th District Tournament at Anderson Co.  (1) Shelby Co. vs. (4) Eminence, 5:30 p.m.; (2) Anderson Co. vs. (3) Spencer Co., 7:45 p.m.

  • Earning respect? Anderson...

    FRANKFORT – The call for respect might be one of the most overused motivational ploys in all of sports, but it worked for Anderson County tennis on Monday.

    Stung by what they perceived as a bigger disrespecting than Aretha or Reba ever got, the Bearcat and Lady Bearcat singles' tennis players turned in one of the best days ever for Anderson at the regional tournaments being held in Frankfort. All of the Anderson singles advanced to the second round, with two moving on to the regional quarterfinals, played Tuesday after press time.

  • COLUMN: Why Anderson teams will...

    It all starts for real Monday night at Anderson County High School.

    The Bearcats and Lady Bearcats begin their quests for state tournament berths as they will be hosting the 30th District baseball and softball tournaments, respectively. It is believed to be the first time that both tourneys have been held at Anderson at the same time.

  • Young Lady Cats strike to win...

    The clouds did not break until lightning struck for the Anderson County freshman softball team Saturday evening.

    Jessie Crouch ripped a double to left field to drive in Haley Burgin for the winning run in a 3-2 walk-off victory over Owensboro Catholic in the championship game of the Anderson County Invitational Tournament.

  • The Call to Kyle

    Dunbar's baseball team probably wishes Kyle DeLong had listened to one of his Little League coaches Friday night.

    Ranked 20th in the state coaches' poll, the Bulldogs were a study in futility, getting just three hits off DeLong, Anderson County's unassuming senior left-hander. DeLong used his assortment of an upper-70s fastball and a variety of off-speed pitches to frustrate the perennial Lexington power and pick up the complete game win.

    Not bad for a guy that wasn't good enough.

    At least that's what DeLong heard when he started pursuing his dream.

  • Coffey puts Henry bats to sleep

    The road to get there might have been a bit rocky but Anderson County baseball might be getting to where it wants to be.

    At least, if the weekend's results are any indication, the Bearcats are. Anderson pitchers appear to be molding into a formidable staff while the defense has begun making the plays behind the mound corps. At the plate, Anderson got the hits it needed in a pair of impressive victories.