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Today's Sports

  • Lady Bearcat soccer celebrates...

    From staff reports

    The Anderson County High School girls’ soccer team celebrated its season recently with the annual team awards banquet at the high school.

    Several Lady Bearcats were honored for district, regional and state honors. Recognized as being second team all-state and first team all-region was Evan Kays. Taylor Harley was honored as second team all-region while Anna Foley, Anna Williams and Jenna Bicknell were honored as honorable mention Alll Region.

  • Mustang wrestlers compete at...

    The Anderson County Middle School wrestling team finished ninth out of 14 teams in the Woodford County Invitational on Nov. 18. Despite being inexperienced, the Mustangs had three wrestlers place in the tournament.

    Joshua Strayer won the gold medal in the 98-pound class while Cole Harrod placed third at 80 pounds. Hunter Stratton was fourth at 130 pounds.

    In addition, Luke Knight, who wrestles for the Anderson County Wrestling Club, placed second in the 70-pound class.

  • Deer harvest
  • Soccer coach welcomes Woodford

    While many coaches and athletic administrators in the 30th District have met the KHSAA proposal to move Woodford County from the 41st District to the 30th District with skepticism, at least one Anderson County coach thinks it could be a good thing.

  • First Buck!
  • Panther Pitcher
  • Penny chooses Bellarmine

    Anderson County High School senior Cobe Penny has signed an NCAA national letter-of-intent to play basketball at Bellarmine University.

    Bellarmine, located in Louisville, has been one of the top Division II programs in the nation in recent years, winning the national championship in 2011. The school announced the signing in a news release last week.

    Penny had verbally committed to the Knights earlier in the fall.

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  • Kentucky Hosts Morehead State...

    University of Kentucky Media Release

  • Tears normal, but Bearcat growth...

    Tears nearly always appear when a team is eliminated from post-season competition.

    They’re usually more prominent when that team cares.

    And tears were flowing when Anderson County met for its final post-game meeting last Friday night.

    The Bearcats had just taken heavily-favored Madison Southern to the brink in a game that was not decided until Madison Southern intercepted a pass in the Eagle end zone with 44 seconds to play.