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Today's Sports

  • BASKETBALL: Bearcats, Lady...

     

    The Anderson County basketball teams have a full slate of games on their agendas for this week.

    The Bearcats, who have been a surprise their 14-2 record, will get a chance to answer some questions about the toughness of their schedule this week when they take on regional foes Gallatin County and South Oldham.

  • COLUMN: NBA to Louisville should...

     

    Imagine one of the biggest sporting events in the world taking up shop just up the road from Lawrenceburg.

    And no, I am not talking about the world cyclo-cross championships taking place in Louisville this week.

  • Youth is served during late-...

     

    The Anderson County Sportsmans Club held a youth deer hunt Dec. 29-30 for participants who were not successful in harvesting a deer during the October Youth Hunt.

  • Common sense thinking needed...

     

    Education.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcat...

     

    It was simply gut-check time.

    Anderson County had seen a monumental rout turn into a competitive game in just over 10 minutes, but when it came time to dig a little deeper, to discover the fiber of one's being, the Bearcats came through just fine, thank you.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady...

     

    Anderson County took control early on its way to shellacking Bryan Station, 65-45, in girls' basketball action last Tuesday night in Lexington.

    Junior Eriel McKee led the Lady Bearcats, who improved to 20-1 on the season, with 28 points. Makenzie Cann added 14. “Cann and McKee were solid, especially early,” said Anderson coach Tony Kays.

  • COLUMN: High school basketball:...

     

    It didn't take long to wonder if rushing home in a cold car was really worth it.

  • Following God's Plan

    Sara Beth Fentress knew the formula: Get a good education, find a good job, raise a family and live happily ever after.

    Little did she know what kind of reward would be waiting if she took a different path.

    “My life has never been typical,” says Fentress, who grew up in Anderson County and is the founder of 127 Worldwide, a Christian ministry with the stated mission of “restoring hope to widows and orphans.”

  • COLUMN: Real season is only four...

     

    It's less than four weeks until basketball season really begins.

    Oh, we know they have been tipping it off in the colleges and pros since Labor Day, or at least it seems that way. But the real every-possession-could-mean-heartbreak-or-joy season, the high school tournaments are less than a month away.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Balanced...

     

    There was nothing un-Christian about Anderson County's performance on the basketball court Friday night.

    Just like there was nothing un-Jay-like. Or un-Austin. Or un-Luke. Or, oh, you get the idea.

    Junior guard Christian Estes led the Bearcats with 23 points and seven rebounds in a 94-59 romp past visiting Western Hills, but he was far from alone.