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Today's Sports

  • Around the Eighth Region

     

    The race for the Eighth Region boys' championship might turn out to be the wackiest in recent memory. At least nine teams are making a case that they might be the one playing the Second Region champ in Rupp Arena on March 6.

  • Disc golfers slide and glide in...

     

    The fourth annual Slide-and-Glide disc golf tournament was held Saturday, with 28 participants braving the sub-freezing morning temperature. Players participated in three divisions in the 36-hole event sponsored by the Lawrenceburg Disc Golf Association. 

  • BASKETBALL: Bearcats, Lady...

     

    The Anderson County basketball teams have a full slate of games on their agendas for this week.

    The Bearcats, who have been a surprise their 14-2 record, will get a chance to answer some questions about the toughness of their schedule this week when they take on regional foes Gallatin County and South Oldham.

  • COLUMN: NBA to Louisville should...

     

    Imagine one of the biggest sporting events in the world taking up shop just up the road from Lawrenceburg.

    And no, I am not talking about the world cyclo-cross championships taking place in Louisville this week.

  • Youth is served during late-...

     

    The Anderson County Sportsmans Club held a youth deer hunt Dec. 29-30 for participants who were not successful in harvesting a deer during the October Youth Hunt.

  • Common sense thinking needed...

     

    Education.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcat...

     

    It was simply gut-check time.

    Anderson County had seen a monumental rout turn into a competitive game in just over 10 minutes, but when it came time to dig a little deeper, to discover the fiber of one's being, the Bearcats came through just fine, thank you.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady...

     

    Anderson County took control early on its way to shellacking Bryan Station, 65-45, in girls' basketball action last Tuesday night in Lexington.

    Junior Eriel McKee led the Lady Bearcats, who improved to 20-1 on the season, with 28 points. Makenzie Cann added 14. “Cann and McKee were solid, especially early,” said Anderson coach Tony Kays.

  • COLUMN: High school basketball:...

     

    It didn't take long to wonder if rushing home in a cold car was really worth it.

  • Following God's Plan

    Sara Beth Fentress knew the formula: Get a good education, find a good job, raise a family and live happily ever after.

    Little did she know what kind of reward would be waiting if she took a different path.

    “My life has never been typical,” says Fentress, who grew up in Anderson County and is the founder of 127 Worldwide, a Christian ministry with the stated mission of “restoring hope to widows and orphans.”