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Today's Sports

  • The sights of Homecoming

    Scenes from Anderson County High School's Homecoming celebration.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Lady Bearcat...

    Rivalry games often have unexpected results.

    Anderson County worked overtime, and then some, to put away district rival Shelby County in a shootout last Friday at the Shelby County Athletic Complex. 

    The Lady Bearcats outscored Shelby, 4-2, in the penalty kick segment of the contest to go 3-0 in district play. Anderson, after a loss at Bardstown on Saturday, stood at 7-10-2 heading into the final week of the regular season.

    Shelby, which fell to 0-3 in the district, is 10-7-1 overall.

  • GOLF: Signature shot sends...

    SPRINGFIELD -- Tyler Harrod only needed to be himself.

    In a playoff for the final individual berth in the state golf tournament, Harrod dropped an approach shot about 18 inches from the pin, then calmly tapped in his putt to par the extra hole and defeat Green County's Brennan Milby at the Region 4 Golf Tournament last Wednesday.

    Playing the 344-yard first hole at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course, near Springfield, Harrod simply did what he had to do.

  • Sports briefs for Oct. 3, 2012

    Riley competing at state golf tournament

    Anderson County High School golfer Kaitlyn Riley is competing at the girls' state high school tournament being held at Bowling Green Country Club. Riley won a playoff in the regional tournament to advance to the state for the third straight year.

  • GOLF: Riley finishes in Top 30

    Anderson County golfer Kaitlyn Riley shot a 9-over 81 during her second round at the state high school golf tournament on Wednesday.
    The round gave Riley a two-day total of 163, good to be in a five-way tie for 27th place in the tournament, held at Bowling Green Country Club.
    See the Oct. 10 edition of The Anderson News for more details.

    Riley makes cut at state tourney

  • FOOTBALL: Bearcats slide past...

    Anderson County erupted for two third quarter touchdowns on the way to a 21-7 district win over visiting Woodford County Friday night.

    Despite dominating the stat sheet, the Bearcats were only up 7-0 just past the midway point of the third quarter when Ross Cox ran two yards for a touchdown. Granville Hayes set the score up when he motored for 61 yards the play before.

  • GOLF: Harrod qualifies for state

    SPRINGFIELD – Anderson County golfer Tyler Harrod won a one-hole playoff Wednesday to earn a berth in the boys' state high school golf tournament.

    Harrod, a junior, shaved five strokes off his final five holes to finish with a 4-over 76 in the regional golf tournament held at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course. Harrod forced a tie, then on the extra hole, placed his third shot about 18 inches from the pin. Harrod then tapped the ball in for par to win the playoff.

  • FOOTBALL: No contest as Bearcats...

    MOUNT STERLING – Granville Hayes had the perfect analysis of Anderson County's 27-8 win at Montgomery County Friday night.

    “Have a feeling imma be taking an ice bath in the morning,” he said on his Twitter account not long after the Bearcats had won their first district match-up of the season.

    Anyone who was in attendance at Cunningham Field knows why. Hayes ran for 126 yards, a career-high, and scored a touchdown. He caught 10 passes, also a career-best, for 104 yards and a score.

  • SOCCER: Bearcat soccer getting...

    The Anderson County boys' soccer team won just one of three against a competitive schedule schedule last week but continued to show some inconsistency as the regular season winds down.

    The Bearcats host Danville in the final home match of the season on Thursday night, then travel to highly-regarded Mercer County next Tuesday, Oct. 2, for the regular season finale.

    After dropping a 2-0 decision at Somerset on Saturday, the Bearcats stood at 8-8 on the year.

  • FOOTBALL: Old rival awaits on...

    Anderson County vs. Woodford County.

    Or as they call it east of the Kentucky River, Woodford County vs. Anderson County.

    For years, there was little that could get the juices flowing than when the Bearcats and Yellow Jackets – or should that be Yellow Jackets and Bearcats – hooked up any time, any sport.

    That passion has dwindled somewhat, but certainly not entirely, in most sports as the schools are no longer regional rivals despite being located less than 15 minutes apart.