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Today's Sports

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    Woodford County scored twice inside the first 11 minutes of the second half to break open a close match and defeat host Anderson County, 3-0, in girls' soccer action Wednesday night.

    Woodford took control of the District 25 race with the victory and improved to 3-0 in district play and 5-2 overall on the year. Anderson is now 0-1, 2-4.

  • BLOG POST: Don't help me...

    Sorry, but I can’t be on the bandwagon with what seems to be nearly every other media outlet in the nation in getting up in arms over the Media Relations Department at the University of Kentucky mistreating a reporter for the Kentucky Kernel, the on-campus student newspaper.

    To read some of the comments from my colleagues in the media, UK Associate Athletics Director for Media Relations DeWayne Peevy barred Kernel reporter Aaron Smith from covering Kentucky Wildcat basketball, took his pen and paper and then exiled the young man to the KFC Yum! Center.

  • ‘Pat, we’ve got your back!’

    LOUISVILLE – The gesture was so simple. So sincere.

    And so fitting.

    Dawn Bogie was wearing orange last Friday. Make that Orange, as in Big Orange.

    “I made sure I was going to be wearing orange in honor of Pat,” Bogie said as she sat in the living room of her Louisville home.

  • COLUMN: Renewing a great rivalry

    You will have to forgive me if I am just a little more into things this week than usual.


    Anderson County and Shelby County will be lining it up on the football field for the first time since 2003. You can’t really say it is the renewal of a rivalry, since the schools have only played five times in history with Shelby taking four of them.


    The last one? Shelby won 56-8.


    The year before? Shelby 37, Anderson 10.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Lady...

    There are six weeks remaining in the girls’ high school soccer season, but there won’t be another night that will have more riding on it than tonight, Aug. 31.


    Woodford County comes to town to tangle with Anderson County a matchup of ranked teams, but more importantly, to get a leg up in the race for the top seed in the District 25 Tournament at the end of the campaign.

  • Sports Briefs for Aug. 31, 2011

    Softball scramble draws 16 teams
    The team of Joe Peavler, Mackenzie Peavler, Anna-Marie Hyatt and Todd Hyatt took first place in the Anderson County Lady Bearcat Softball Golf Scramble, held Aug. 21 at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course.

  • This week in Anderson County...

    Anderson County High School

    Football
    Friday, Sept. 2: Shelby County at Anderson County, 7:30 p.m.

    Freshman football
    Thursday, Sept. 1: Anderson County at Franklin County, 6 p.m.

    Junior varsity football
    Monday, Sept. 5: Anderson County at Owen County, 7:30 p.m.

    Girls’ soccer
    Wednesday, Aug. 31: Woodford County at Anderson County, 7 p.m.
        Junior varsity match at 5:30 p.m.
    Thursday, Sept. 1: Anderson County at Frankfort, 7 p.m.

  • GOLF: Lady Bearcats looking to...

    Early in the season, nearly every team in every sport has high hopes for success.


    With a bit of luck and rapid development, those dreams could become reality for the Anderson County girls’ golf team.
    The Lady Bearcats return virtually the entire team from 2010, including a state qualifier, and have some promising newcomers in coach Todd Hyatt’s first year at the helm.

  • BOYS' SOCCER: Woodford...


    Woodford County scored three first-half goals, then kept host Anderson County at bay on the way to a 3-0 win in boys’ high school soccer action Saturday night.
    It was Anderson’s first loss of the season,

    but most importantly, the outcome gave Woodford a leg up on the District 25 seeding race.
    “All three (of Woodford’s goals) were excellent goals on their part,” said Anderson coach Brett Morris.

  • Batcats place fourth in 16U...

    The Central Kentucky Batcats’ 16-and-under softball team recently finished a successful season of competing in numerous travel team tournaments.

    The Batcats’ final tournament saw the team finish fourth in the USFA World Series at Panama City Beach, Fla.

    The team also placed third in the USFA state tournament, held in Louisville and third in the NSA state tournament, played in Lexington.
    The Batcats were also second in the Tiger Classic at Georgetown and won the August Blowout, held at Anderson County Community Park.