Today's Sports

  • This week in Anderson County...

    This week in Anderson County Sports

    Anderson County High School


    Friday, Sept. 25:  Anderson Co. at Grant Co., 7:30 p.m. Class 5A, District 4 game.

    Freshman football

    Thursday, Sept. 24: Anderson Co. at Shelby Co., 6 p.m.

    Girls’ soccer

    Wednesday, Sept. 23: Anderson Co. at Henry Clay, 8 p.m.

        Junior varsity match at 6 p.m.

    Saturday, Sept. 25: Anderson Co. vs. Ohio Co. in Elizabethtown Cup, 2 p.m.

  • Anderson boys' soccer game...

    The Anderson County boys' soccer game with third-ranked Woodford County, originally scheduled for the Anderson field on Thursday night, has been moved to Woodford County Stadium at Falling Springs Complex in Versailles. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. with only a varsity game to be played.

    The recent rains have left the Anderson field unplayable according to a message sent to The Anderson News by the school.

  • ONLINE EXTRA: Lady Cat...

    The Anderson County volleyball team saw any chance at getting the top seed in the 28th District tournament go by the wayside, then absorbed a defeat from the defending regional champion in last week's action.

    Tuesday, Shelby County clinched the No. 1 slot in the upcoming district tournament with a three-game win over the Lady Bearcats in Shelbyville. Anderson almost seemed to be two different teams as the Lady Bearcats rolled to a 25-16 win in the first game, then saw Shelby come back with 25-13 and 25-14 wins.

  • ONLINE EXTRA: Lady Bearcat...

    Fresh off a third place finish in the Little Caesars' Classic at Boyle County, the Anderson County girls' soccer team will find what it is made over the next week.

  • Video features highlights of...

    Shawn Black posted a video on YouTube featuring highlights from Bearcat quarterback Jacob Russell's first three games of the 2009 season. View video here.


  • Bearcats dismantle previously...

    Describing Anderson County's 42-7 rout of Henry County on Friday night as impressive would be inadequate.

    The Bearcats ruined the previously unbeaten Wildcats' homecoming with a dominating performance no one outside the Anderson locker room could have envisioned.

    The Bearcats piled up 511 yards of offense and limited Henry to 188. The Bearcats put 42 points up on a team that had been giving up just six a game, good enough for second in the state.

  • VIDEO: Russell highlights from...

    Shawn Black posted this video on YouTube featuring highlights from Bearcat quarterback Jacob Russell's first three games of the 2009 season.

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  • ONLINE EXTRA: Anderson County...

    Football:  Mustangs whip East Oldham

    The Anderson County Middle School football team shut down what Coach Chris Glass called “a wide open East Oldham offense” in a 14-0 road win last Tuesday.

    The Mustangs scored on a 20-yard pass from Zach Carmichael to Houston Page, then Carmichael found Ross Cox for the two-point conversion. The Mustangs tacked on another score when Nathan Cox picked up a blocked field goal attempt and ran it 80 yards for a touchdown.

  • ONLINE EXTRA: District's...

    The Anderson County boys' soccer team will take the field in the biggest match of the season Thursday night when the Bearcats host third-ranked Woodford County. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

    Woodford possesses one of the most powerful teams in Kentucky, having scored 56 goals and giving up seven in the latest statistics provided by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. The Yellow Jackets' 11-1-1 record has been blemished only by a 2-1 shootout loss to West Jessamine in the Colts' tournament and a scoreless tie with East Jessamine.

  • COLUMN: Winning is all that...

    You've got to love the swagger around the Anderson County football team.

    Friday night was supposed to be the night the Bearcats were ripe for an upset. You know all the issues.

    *Anderson was coming off an emotional win over Mercer County the week before.

    *Most fans knew that Henry County was pretty good, but since the Wildcats play in Class 3A, there is a perception, often unwarranted, that smaller schools can't play with the bigger boys.