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Today's Sports

  • Going for another crown! Lady...

    WARSAW – For the fourth consecutive year, Anderson County will be playing in the girls' Eighth Region Tournament basketball game.


    The Lady Bearcats assured themselves of a shot at repeating their Sweet 16 appearance of last season with a 47-44 win over Owen County on Friday night at Gallatin County High School. Anderson will play 32nd District champion Walton-Verona, which upset regional favorite South Oldham by an identical 47-44 count in overtime in the first game of the night.

  • Rams Roll to KCSAA state tourney...

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams swept through the Kentucky Christian Schools Athletic Association state tournament last weekend at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington. The two-day tournament showcased some of the best Christian school talent in the state in three divisions, with the Rams coming out on top in the Class 2A division.

  • CAL volleyball team competes at...

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg volleyball team split four matches in the Kentucky Christian School Athletic Association state tournament, held Friday and Saturday at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.

  • Lady Bearcats roll into regional...

    WARSAW – Anderson County put together what might have been the most convincing performance in the first round of the girls' Eighth Region Tournament when the Lady Bearcats routed Oldham County 75-50 at Gallatin County High School.


    The final score does not do justice to how badly the Lady Bearcats dominated. Anderson never trailed and led 9-0 before Oldham scored. But after the Lady Bearcats opened a 33-20 halftime lead, it was a 20-4 outburst in the third quarter that sent them to the regional semifinals for the fifth time in six years.

  • March Madness gives moments we...

    It's not called March Madness for no reason.

    We'll overlook the fact that, for the high schools at least, March Madness began on Feb. 21 this year. Whether the moments happen in late February or early to mid-March, they are etched in our memory.

    But the thing about March Madness is you know where you were when something happened and, if it was good for your team, usually about five times the seating capacity of a gym or arena were there when it happened.

  • Mustangs take conference tourney...

    The Anderson County Middle School boys' basketball A-team took overwhelmed visiting St. Gregory of Bardstown to take the championship of the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference tournament last Tuesday night. The Mustangs were never threatened on the way to a 58-19 victory.

    Anderson opened the scoring on Austin Cummins' jumper and was never as much as tied. The Mustang pressure forced numerous turnovers leading to easy baskets. Cummins led all scorers with 18 points.

  • Controversy emerging over elk...

    Success can often breed controversy.  Once someone or something becomes a “success” it seems the eyes of the world are firmly fixed and the successful entity is thoroughly monitored while those same monitoring eyes wait anxiously for its downfall. With so many cell phones, pictures, videos, computers and other electronic means out there it seems impossible to “escape” attention or “get away with anything” when an action or actions are found to be amiss.

  • Fink takes down Kentucky in...

    Chase Fink of Anderson County, won the state championship in his age and weight division at the state Youth Wrestling Tournament, held Sunday in at the Frankfort Convention Center.

    Other Anderson County wrestlers placing at the state were Caleb Boyles, Braxton Briscoe, Jordan Barber and Ethan Fowler, all with third place medals and Hunter Stratton and Joe Taylor taking fourth place medals.

  • This week in Anderson County...

    Anderson County High School

     

    Girls' basketball

     

    Friday, Feb. 25: 30th District Tournament championship game at Spencer County High School, 7 p.m.

     

    Monday, Feb. 28: Eighth Region Tournament begins at Gallatin County High School, TBA

     

  • District basketball tournament...

    The Pegasus Sports Network will provide radio coverage of the 30th District basketball tournament, to be held starting Monday, Feb. 21 with the game between the Eminence and Shelby County girls at 6 p.m. The Anderson County vs. Eminence boys' game will follow.

    Pregame coverage will begin at 5:30 p.m.

    Scott Jaggers, Mike Montgomery and Roger Franz will be providing play-by-play coverage with the voice of Anderson County basketball, Steve Swank, and Myron Montgomery providing color commentary.