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Today's Sports

  • 100 years of basketball:...

    Lawrenceburg basketball fans had a run to remember in March of 1946 when the Bulldogs surprised he state by making the quarterfinals of the Sweet 16.
    Eddie Humston put together a pair of clutch performances for the Bulldogs, first downing Frankfort in the 11th Region final, then upsetting defending state champion Male in the first round of the Sweet 16.

  • 100 years of basketball: Smith...

    It would be difficult to imagine a more beloved person in the history of Anderson County sports than W.J. Smith.
    For that matter, it would be hard to think of anyone more loved and respected than the man called “beloved historian” when he died in 2008.

  • 100 years of basketball: 'I...

    Surrounded by memorabilia from Kavanaugh High School, C.C. Fallis leaves little doubt that he is a Tiger.
    Always has been, always will be.

    “Lawrenceburg (High School) wanted me to go there and play football, but I had already made up my mind,” smiles Fallis, who served as co-captain of the last Kavanaugh Tiger basketball team.
    Now 80, Fallis is still a regular at Kentucky Wildcat games, but his first passion was orange and black.

  • 100 years of basketball: Simple...

    It all started very simply. There was no fanfare when basketball made its way into Anderson County.
    Nearly 100 years later, an estimated 7,000 red-clad Anderson County basketball fans piled into Rupp Arena in Lexington to watch the Bearcats play in the Kentucky High School state tournament. In between, the sport's hold on the county has been strong. And the county's influence on the sport became widely known around the state's borders.

  • 100 years of Anderson County...

    One hundred years.
    Those three words sound like an eternity. In the overall history of the world, 100 years of a small town's love affair with a very simple game would seem rather insignificant.
    But don't tell that to the 7,000 or so Anderson County Bearcat fans who streamed into Rupp Arena for the Kentucky state tournament in 2009.
    Don't tell that to the people that say that Anderson County is poised to become one of the state's girls' basketball powers over the next few years.

  • SO CLOSE!

    Anderson County was nearly perfect on the football field Friday night.

  • Some real Friday Night Lights

    Well, Anderson County, how did you like some real Friday Night Lights?
    Just for a few minutes, forget the fact that John Hardin overcame a late deficit to defeat Anderson in the Class 5A, Region 2 championship game Friday night. The hurt, especially for the  nine seniors that put on shoulder pads for the final time as Anderson County High School students, will last. There is no denying that. The tears shed in the Bearcats' post-game meeting were profuse.

  • Sports briefs for Nov. 24

    Youth basketball registrations set

    Registrations for Anderson County Youth Basketball will be taken on Saturday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 27 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.  Young people can sign up at the Stratton Building, located at 1026 County Park Road in Anderson County Community Park.
    The department will sponsor leagues for boys in grades 3-6 and girls in grades 3-5. The cost is $60 per child and $50 for each additional sibling.
    For more information, call 839-6498.

  • Rams' middle schoolers open...

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg Rams middle school basketball team has played three games so far this season, winning all three. 

  • Wishing hunting season had...