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Today's Sports

  • COLUMN: District AD is an idea...

    Occasionally, you run across an idea that is presented in error, but is a good one anyway.

    Such is the recent interest in a district-wide athletic director for Anderson County schools.

    As I reported last week, Anderson County High School softball coach Brian Glass is apparently being forced to give up his coaching duties under the “anti-nepotism” section of the Kentucky Education Reform Act.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Bearcats...

    The talent appears to be in place. There are tall girls to play at the net and quick, agile defenders to play in the back row.

    Experienced leadership might be another story for Anderson County volleyball.

    The Lady Bearcats embark on a 2013 season where they might be considered the class of the 30th District and are looking to finish even stronger than last season's regional semi-final appearance.

    But Anderson is aiming to be better even though the Lady Bearcats are without five players who graduated last spring.

  • Sports briefs for Aug. 14, 2013

    Lady Bearcats to host Joy of Golf Tourney

    The Anderson County High School girls' golf team will be the Fifth Annual "The Joy of Golf" Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 17.

    The Lady Bearcat golfers will host this tournament, which has quickly become a popular early-season event, as their signature fund-raising event. The tournament organizers expect draw a field of some of the state's better girls' high school teams.

  • OUTDOORS: Plant winter wheat...

    By Art Lander, Jr.

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    The heat of summer is a good time to begin thinking about fall plantings to benefit wildlife.

    Winter wheat is a top choice for a fall crop because it is readily eaten by deer and wild turkey and is an excellent nurse crop for clover. Winter wheat is typically planted Aug. 15 through Oct. 31.

    Broadcast wheat seed with a hand-crank spreader and rake or disk it under.

  • YOUTH SPORTS: Anderson teams...

    Anderson County youth teams star in late-summer tournaments.

  • OUTDOORS: BIG catch!

    Colton Hawkins, 6, caught this 21-inch bass last week while fishing at his great-grandfather's pond. Colton will be a third-grader at Robert B. Turner Elementary School and is the son of Glenn and Chasidy Hawkins.

  • GOLF: Bearcat golf tees off with...

    Anderson County wanted an early-season golf test. The Bearcats got two of them last week as the opened the season with a pair of fifth-place finishes in tournaments.

    Competing against some of the state's perennial powers at the 5-Star General and Taylor County invitationals, the Bearcats placed high in tournaments that drew close to 20 teams. Most importantly for Coach Jim Beward, the Bearcats found they belong.

  • GOLF: Lady Bearcats to host Joy...

    The Anderson County High School girls' golf team will be the Fifth Annual "The Joy of Golf" Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 17.

  • SOFTBALL: Glass forced to give...

    One of the most successful high school softball coaches in Kentucky is apparently out of a job coaching the game he loves.

    Brian Glass, who has led Anderson County to two Eighth Region championships and six 30th District titles since 2001, recently learned that he would have to step down from his coaching job after his older brother, Chris Glass, was hired as the school's interim principal for the upcoming academic year.

  • COLUMN: Unfortunate situation,...

    Life never claimed to be fair. It never has been.

    Try as we might to change that, it never will be either.

    Remembering those truths is about the only way you can rationalize the news that Brian Glass will apparently have to step down from his job as softball coach at Anderson County High School.

    Glass learned the news after his brother, Chris Glass, was named the schools' interim principal.

    I have not seen Brian Glass since the ruling came down. We've just communicated in a few e-mails or text messages back and fourth.