Today's Sports

  • Mat Cats advance in state tourney


    LEXINGTON – Anderson County wrestlers Alex Swartz and Crockett Cosby both advanced well into the KHSAA state high school wrestling tournament, held in Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park last weekend.

  • Youth wrestlers pin titles


    The Anderson County Youth Wrestling Club produced two state champions and three state runners-up in the Kentucky Youth Wrestling state tournament, held at Alltech Arena in Lexington on Sunday. Approximately 950 wrestlers, representing 54 teams, participated in the tournament.

    It was Anderson County's best showing in the tournament since the local program's inception.

  • Learning the broadcasting ropes


    Anderson County Middle School student Chris Beasmore got the opportunity to experience sports broadcasting up close and personal last Monday when he sat in on the popular Kentucky Sports Radio broadcast with host Matt Jones in the studios of station WLAP in Lexington. Chris aspires to be a sports journalist and interviewed Jones during the day.

  • Dance teams go big time


  • Cheering the Tigers


    Anderson County High School graduates Courtney Drury and Morgan Cubert cheer on the Campbellsville Tigers at a recent game. The sophomores are in their second season as members of the school's cheerleading team.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...

    It took Anderson County eight minutes to get warmed up, but when the Bearcats finally did, they played the part of the hottest team in the Eighth Region.

    Anderson won its seventh straight game and the 17th in 18 decisions with a 73-46 romp past the visiting Pirates in the second game of a double-header last Friday night. The game might not have been even that close.

    Anderson improved to 19-2 on the year.

  • BASKETBALL: Bearcats, Lady...
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    It had the makings of a difficult Senior Night.

    Anderson County, ranked No. 2 in most of the statewide girls' basketball polls last week, was coming off a tough game the night before, was looking at a long-time rival who had been playing well and had to sort through the emotions that go along with the final game on the home court.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...


    OWENTON – It was more like a chapter test. A big chapter, an important one for sure.

    But Anderson County's 62-50 win at Owen County wasn't a final exam last Thursday. Far from it.

    Still, the Bearcats passed what was expected to be a stern late-season test with flying colors.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...


    NEW CASTLE – Anderson County can only hope for a repeat performance on the basketball court at Henry County High School in two weeks.