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Today's Sports

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Taming...

    Defense has not won any championships in 2013 yet. The high school basketball calendar says that won't happen until late February and early March.

    However, there can be little doubt that Anderson County's defense put a bit of a wrench in the 30th District race Friday night.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady...

     

    All you need to know about Anderson County's self-made expectations could be wrapped up in last Friday's win over Collins.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady...

     

    Anderson County rallied from an early deficit to defeat Henry Clay, 51-41, last Wednesday night in Lexington.

    The Lady Bearcats fell behind early and trailed, 11-6, at the end of the first quarter, but outscored Henry Clay, 17-5, in the second frame to take control.

  • COLUMN: Changes in how we do...

     

    They say change is inevitable.

    Sometimes we like it, sometimes we don't. But the bottom line is that we either have to recognize that simple fact of life or go crazy while we are left behind.

  • OUTDOORS: Resolutions for better...

     

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources

     

    It's the time of year for resolutions that make us feel good for a few days after making them, but lie in the junk heap of our actions by Valentine's Day.

  • OUTDOORS: Winter Prize

     

    Reagan Jennings, 13, took this big 10-point buck in Anderson County on Dec. 28 during the free youth hunt weekend.

  • Bearcats upset Collins, Lady...

    Real rivalry games are those where you really can expect the unexpected.

    Anderson County showed Friday night that it has a new rival – a real one, at that – in Collins High School. The Bearcat boys' basketball team pulled off a shocker while the Lady Bearcats methodically dispatched Collins in the opener.

  • ONLINE EXTRA: Bearcats to host...

    When Collins visits Anderson County for a high school basketball double-header on Friday night, it will be a night to see the early favorites for the Eighth Region championship being tested against a pair of teams that could be dangerous spoilers.

    While the local high school has designated the night as one to reach out to the community and showcase students, most eyes will be directed to the basketball court.

  • Bearcats to boost school,...

    Anderson County's biggest home basketball game of the year might turn into one of the high school's biggest nights of the year.

  • SPORTS BRIEFS for Jan. 2, 2013

    Holiday tournament news online

    Because of early holiday deadlines, results from Anderson County basketball teams playing in late Christmas tournaments will not appear in this edition of The Anderson News.

    The Lady Bearcats were one of the favorites to win the Capitol City Holiday Classic at Franklin County, which started last Thursday. The Lady Bearcats picked up two impressive wins that day, including a 69-33 pasting of defending state champion DuPont Manual.