Today's Sports

  • Bearcats work lots of OT to...

    Franklin County forced a three-way tie at the top of the boys’ 25th District soccer race when the Flyers outlasted Anderson County, 2-1, in a shootout last Tuesday.
    Two nights later, the Bearcats avoided a three-way deadlock for spots 4-6 with their own 2-1 shootout win over Owen County.

  • Lions sponsor 5K Run/Walk for...

    The Lawrenceburg Lion’s Club hosted a “5K Run/Walk for Sight” on Oct. 1 during the Burgoo Festival to raise money to buy eyeglasses for the underprivileged people in Anderson County.   

    The 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) course began at the Lion’s Club Pavilion in Anderson County Community Park and proceeded down the road out of the park, past Anderson County Middle School.

  • Lions Club crowns ‘The Fastest...

    The “Fastest Kid in Anderson County” race was run down the middle of Main Street in Lawrenceburg during the Burgoo Festival on Saturday, according to a news release.

    The Lawrenceburg Lions Club hosted the event and awarded trophies were awarded to the fastest two runners in each age group. The club also awarded medals to all participants.

    Winners in the 5-and-under division were Nathan Hardin, first, and Skyla Taulbee, second.

  • 57 compete in disc golf tourney

    The Lawrenceburg Disc Golf Association hosted the second annual Autumn Classic Disc Golf Tournament on Sept. 24. A field of 57 players participated in the 36-hole event played at both the Anderson County Community Park Disc Golf Course and the Lawrenceburg City Park Disc Golf Course.  

    Players competed in a morning session of 18 holes before lunch and then 18 holes in the afternoon.  Two divisions, advanced and advanced masters, had to have sudden-death playoff holes in order to resolve first place ties.  

  • FOOTBALL: No excuses as Bearcats...

    VERSAILLES – There would be no excuses for Anderson County.

    The opportunities to explain a slow start were plentiful but the Bearcats righted themselves then responded with a 31-13 victory at Woodford County last Friday.

  • Friday sports update: Anderson...

    Friday sports update

    Girls' soccer routs Western Hills

    The Anderson County High School girls’ soccer team routed Western Hills 4-0 to earn the No. 3 seed in the upcoming District 25 tournament. The game was played at Anderson County Middle School after two postponements due to unplayable field conditions.

  • Thursday morning update: Lady...



    Thursday sports update


    The Anderson County-Western Hills girls' soccer match, which was orginally scheduled for Monday night, is now on for Thursday night at Anderson County Middle School.

  • GOLF: Sudden death win returns...

    NICHOLASVILLE – Caitlyn Riley’s hands weren’t shaking as she got ready to putt from just 5 feet out last Tuesday.

    Her knees had not been knocking as she knelt to survey the situation on the green during the first hole of a sudden death playoff at Connemara.

    But looks were deceiving.

  • FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Woodford...

    A once-proud football program falls on hard times.

    Said program turns to a proven coach to return to glory.

    Program endures a one-win season, ending with a shellacking by a mega-power.

    And program gets back on its feet with a can-do attitude and a lightened schedule.

  • BOYS' SOCCER: Bearcats...

    Anderson County recovered from a sluggish start to defeat Johnson Central, 4-1, Saturday afternoon in a boys’ high school soccer match played at Woodford County Park’s youth soccer field.

    The contest was moved from the Anderson pitch after last week’s rains had left the surface unplayable.

    Austin Smallwood scored a pair of unassisted goals to lead the Bearcats past one of eastern Kentucky’s better teams.