.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • Aldridge goes double no-hit,...

    Mia Aldridge fired a no-hitter as the Anderson County softball team routed Rockcastle County, 9-1, in the Custom Air Classic, hosted by Boyle County Saturday.

    “I didn't know until later that night,” said her father, Anderson coach Brent Aldridge. “Mia got off to a rough start but settled in nicely.”

    In an earlier tournament game, the Lady Bearcats, ranked No. 18, dropped a 5-2 decision to No. 10 Male.

  • Bearcat triple-header canceled

    A full day of baseball at Anderson County High School's Barnes Field was canceled Saturday as heavy rains moved into the area.

    Andreson County was to have played North Oldham and Gallatin County, a late replacement on the schedule for Grant County with the two visiting teams squaring off in the third game.

    With the regular season set to end on Saturday, the games will not be rescheduled.

  • Aldridge fires no-hitter in...

    Mia Aldridge fired a no-hitter as the Anderson County softball team routed Rockcastle County, 9-1, in the Custom Air Classic, hosted by Boyle County Saturday.

    Aldridge gave up a first-inning run as she walked three and the Anderson defense committed one of its four errors.

    “I didn't know until later that night,” said her father, Anderson coach Brent Aldridge. “Mia got off to a rough start but settle in nicely.”

    For the complete story, see the May 21 issue of The Anderson News.

  • Turpin does not want softball...

    CAMPBELLSVILLE – The smile on Courtney Turpin's face is still the as it was that day when she, then a seventh-grader, walked out of the pitching circle with her first varsity win at Anderson County.

    That smile eases across Turpin's face, then explodes with the exuberance that became her trademark as a Lady Bearcat.

  • Anything can happen in one and...

    I remember the year Eminence won Region 8

    Taking down all of the big boys, the tiniest school in the state

    They had a really tough pitcher and they got a pretty good draw

  • Anderson beats Sayre, falters...

    Anderson County showed the ups and downs of a baseball season last week.

    The Bearcats won only one of three games, being shut out the last two, before a scheduled double header Saturday after press deadlines for this edition of The Anderson News.

    Last Monday, the Bearcats ripped Sayre, 8-2, as the Bearcats erupted for seven runs in the third inning.

    Junior Josh Brown went the distance to pick up the win.

  • Bearcats celebrate basketball...

    The Anderson County High School boys' basketball team celebrated the 2013-14 basketball season with the annual team awards banquet, held at the school on May 4.

    Head coach Glen Drury and his staff recognized all high school players during the ceremony.

  • Beast of the Bluegrass returns...

    The seventh annual Beast of the Bluegrass will be held on Saturday, May 17 at Eagle Lake Convention Center.

    The strong man and powerlifting competitions are expected to draw some of the top competitors from around the nation. “Last year, there were over 100 competitors from all across the country,” said Davey McCann, one of the organizers of the event. “Athletes competed in either strongman or power-lifting. Both contests were nationally-sanctioned and winners earn spots in national level competitons.”

  • Hunter Education teaches safe...

    By Kevin Kelly

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    It is a few minutes before 6 p.m. on Friday and vehicles continue pulling into the parking lot at the Scott County Extension Center.

    An orange sign marked “Hunter Education” confirms the visitors are in the right place and directs them to proceed to the North Room, where a uniformed Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources conservation educator welcomes his new students.

  • Striped bass coming back at Lake...

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    A jointed Thunderstick or Redfin lure slowly worked on the surface along a main lake bank on Lake Cumberland at 3 a.m. in late April may provoke a reaction from a striped bass that feels like it could rip your arm off your shoulder.

    The savagery of a surface strike from a striped bass on a late spring night on Lake Cumberland is one of the outdoor experiences that sears into the brain, leaving a lifelong scar that itches every April.