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Today's Sports

  • OUTDOORS: September is quota...

    By Art Lander, Jr.

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    The application deadline for quota deer, bear, small game and waterfowl hunts is midnight, Sunday, Sept. 30.

    Applications for the deer, small game and waterfowl hunts can be made 24 hours a day by either calling toll-free 1-877-598-2401, or going online at fw.ky.gov. Applications for the 2012 bear quota hunt with dogs may only be submitted online.

  • OUTDOORS: Sights and sounds of...

    Fall is here and archery season is in full swing. The cooler temps will have the leaves turning autumn colors and starting the beginning of what will be the end of summer. These same cooler temperatures will soon have the white tailed bucks here in Kentucky starting their annual frenzy to find as many lady friends as possible. 

  • Bearcats get good start in...

    Granville Hayes scored two touchdowns, was responsible for 230 yards of offense and, for good measure, recovered a key fumble to leas Anderson County to a 27-8 win at previously-unbeaten Montgomery County Friday night.

    Hayes took a 5-yard pass from Zachary Carmichael with 9:23 remaining in the first half for the game's first touchdown then burst through the Montgomery line for a 3-yard score to ice the game in the final minute.

  • Bearcat basketball going big...

    The Anderson County High School basketball team will be going big time in November.

    The Bearcats will be participating in a scrimmage with Pulaski Southwestern on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the home of the NBA's Indiana Pacers. Tip-off is at 2:30 p.m. The game time has been changed from the initial announcement of the game.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Lady...

    The Anderson County High School girls' soccer team took a major step toward the top seed in the 30th District Tournament when the Lady Bearcats won at Spencer County, 4-2, Monday night.

    The Lady Bearcats control their own destiny in the seeding race, needing only to beat Shelby County next Friday night, Sept. 28. If the Lady Bearcats take care of business then, they will be the regular season district winner and will be seeded No. 1, regardless of what happens with any of the other district teams.

  • Moving up

    Zane Drury recently earned his yellow belt in Kenpo Karate. Zane studies Kenpo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitzu at Storm Martial Arts in Harrodsburg.Pictured, from left, are head instructor Adam Carey, Zane Drury and instructor J.R. Hines.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Determined,...

    This time, there was little hand-wringing. There were no worried looks.

    It was just determination. And confidence.

    Lots of confidence.

    Anderson County turned back visiting Collins in four games to win a key 30th District volleyball matchup last Thursday. The Lady Bearcats simply believed in themselves in recording their first-ever victory over the Shelbyville school.

  • Moving up

    Zane Drury recently earned his yellow belt in Kenpo Karate. Zane studies Kenpo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitzu at Storm Martial Arts in Harrodsburg.Pictured, from left, are head instructor Adam Carey, Zane Drury and instructor J.R. Hines.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Bearcats get...

    Anderson got a district victory when the Lady Bearcats whipped visiting Spencer County in three games last Tuesday.

    The Lady Bearcats showed their improvement in a 25-12, 17-25, 25-14 decision for their second win over Spencer this year.

  • Sports briefs for Sept. 19, 2012

    Jack Wells Memorial Scramble set

    The second annual Jack Wells Memorial Golf Classic will be held at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course in Lawrenceburg on Saturday, Sept. 22.

    The scramble is designed to raise money for the Father Charles McDonald Scholarship Fund and other outreach programs of St. Lawrence Catholic Church. The scramble will tee off at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.

    The cost is $60 per player. Foursomes can play for $200,The cost of the scramble includes 18 holes of golf along with a cart.