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Today's Sports

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady...

     

    Ever since Anderson County's only loss of the girls' basketball season, to Bryan Station back on Dec. 22, there have been questions if the Lady Bearcats could close the deal in a close game against a very good team.

  • COLUMN: Did we really know they...

     

    We knew Anderson County's girls would be good and the boys could be good, but as good as 44-3 good?

    Repeat that again. The Anderson County basketball teams entered the final week of the high school season with a combined record of 44 wins and three losses.

  • OUTDOORS: Public meeting set on...

     

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will conduct a public meeting Feb. 25 in Shelbyville to discuss a proposal to allow larger pontoon boats on Guist Creek Lake in Shelby County.

  • SWIMMING: Swimmers finish 11th...

     

    Anderson County swimmers continued to inch their way up through the Region 3 competition in the annual meet, hosted by Russell County High School on Saturday.

  • BASKETBALL: Collins, Lady...

     

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: From...

     

    Not many who saw Kali Whiteside play basketball as an eighth-grader could have foreseen her becoming much of a factor for the Anderson County girls' basketball team.

    They saw someone who had little feel for the game and an odd-looking shot. But if they looked closely, they also saw someone blessed with height and pure athleticism.

  • WRESTLING: Four Bearcats move on...

     

    RADCLIFF – Anderson County's final trip through Region 2 of high school wrestling was a bittersweet experience. As a team, the Bearcats finished fourth, a strong showing considering they had lost 10 grapplers off the 2012 regional runner-up squad.

  • Youth wrestlers have good...

     

    The Anderson County Youth Wrestling Club had 13 medalists at the Central Kentucky Youth Wrestling League Tournament, held Sunday in Richmond. The medalists will be competing in the Kentucky Youth State Wrestling Tournament to be held on Sunday, Feb. 17, at Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Second...

     

    Anderson County went on a 16-2 scoring spree in the third quarter to bury homestanding Owen County in girls' high school basketball action Monday night.

    Tied at the first two quarter stops, Anderson broke a 13-13 halftime deadlock with its signature defensive pressure causing most of Owen's problems.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...

    Anderson County survived a scare, but pulled out a 71-69 win at Rockcastle County in boys' basketball action Friday night.

    The Bearcats led at every quarter stop but had to rally late after the Rockets took a fourth quarter lead.

    “They overtook us with three minutes to play,” Anderson assistant coach Bryan Hyatt said. “Our guys responded with some hustle plays and that got us back in the lead. We showed a will to win when we could have folded.”