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Today's Sports

  • Russell swings hot bat for...

    Anderson County native Jacob Russell belted two home runs and drove in five for the Campbellsville University baseball team during Saturday's 10-1 win over Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tenn. Russell was swinging a hot bat through the series, going 3-for-4 with another home run in Friday's game, a 15-5 Cumberland win, and followed with a 4-for-5 day in Saturday's first game of a double-header.

    Cumberland rebounded to win the second game, 9-0.

  • Stung by last year's loss,...

    All anyone needs to know about why Anderson County's girls are picked as the team to beat by the Eighth Region softball coaches was on display two weeks ago in Diddle Arena.

    About 30 minutes after Anderson had been eliminated from the Sweet 16, the Lady Bearcats emerged from their locker room. Freshman Bailey Curry and sophomore Mia Aldridge were still crying and did not mind anyone seeing them in that condition.

    Now it's the same people but a different sport.

  • Public meetings concerning boat...

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will hold a series of public meetings to discuss a proposal to lift motor restrictions on several small department-owned lakes in the state, according to a news release.

  • Online hunter education...

    Online registration for Kentucky’s hunter education programs is now statewide, according to a news release.

  • Spring is (hopefully) here! Good...

    Happy spring, I think … maybe … hopefully!

    You just can’t be sure around these parts anymore as to whether or not spring is really here to stay or continues to tease.

  • A team and their fans

    Anderson County had one of the largest cheering sections at the Girls' Sweet 16 last week in Bowling Green. Many of the Bearcat faithful shared their their feelings about the Lady Bearcats' quest for a state championship with Anderson News staff member Tamara Smith. Even though they fell short of their goal, Lady Bearcat fans still held them as No. 1 in their hearts.

     

  • CAL wins middle school tourney,...

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg’s boys' middle school basketball team recently completed its season with a 24-1 record, including winning its six-team invitational tournament.

  • Isaacs signs with St. Catharine

    Anderson County High School senior Carrie Isaacs signs to play soccer at St. Catharine College last Monday. Those attending the singing ceremony at the high school included, front row, from left: Malinda Gabbard, parent, Carrie Isaacs and Jim Gabbard, parent. Back row: St. Catharine assistant coach Katie Walker, St. Catharine head coach Paul Patton, Anderson County High School girls' soccer coach Jason Earnest, principal Chris Glass and athletic director Rick Sallee.

  • Girls' Sweet 16 photos from...

    Photos of Girls' Sweet 16 action from Progressive Studio.

  • McKee selected as MVP

    Anderson County's Eriel McKee was selected as the Kentucky National Guard's Most Valuable player of the Lady Bearcats' opening round win over Meade County. McKee scored 25 points and had 11 rebounds and four assists as the Lady Bearcats advanced with a 75-51 win Thursday night.