Today's Sports

  • Archery camp tournament medalists

    Winners were named in the recent tournament at the Emma B. Ward archery camp recently.

  • Barnes leads West team

    Anderson County High School head baseball coach L.W. Barnes served as coach of the West team in the recent East-West all-star game at the University of Kentucky.

  • Mudcats face older competition

    The Central Kentucky Mudcats had a tough week on the ledger in the final games before the two-week summer break known as the dead period.

    The Mudcats, a local traveling baseball team of 13- and 14-year-olds, lost four of five games against older competition last week to see their summer record go to 5-6.

    “Considering (playing older teams) the boys did pretty well,” said Mudcat coach Chris Copenhaver, who had to miss most of last week’s action due to other commitments.

  • COLUMN: Scrappy all-stars a...

    Final thoughts on the Kentucky-Indiana basketball all-star games ...

    1. Anderson County’s Glen Drury did a marvelous job getting the Kentucky All-Stars to take on the personality of his Bearcat teams.
    While they were all-star games, the Kentucky-Indiana summer series is unlike any other. It has defense, no one is guaranteed playing time and it really does mean something to a lot of people.


    It was not the Sweet 16, but Anderson County girls’ basketball has a state championship under its belt.

    The Lady Bearcats rolled through the state AAU tournament, held over the weekend at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.
    The team played its final three games on Sunday. Anderson’s pool play was completed on Friday with the first round of bracket play being played on Saturday.

  • Drury says coaching All-Stars...

    Glen Drury knew how big the challenge would be when he accepted the job of coaching the 2011 Kentucky All-Stars.

    That was back in the fall of 2009. He knew it would require that he work as an assistant coach to Mike Listerman, then of Covington Catholic, last summer before being the man totally in charge.

    And he also knew that the Indiana Class of 2011 was loaded.

    His crop? Better than average, perhaps.

  • Kentucky falls just short vs....

    LOUISVILLE – When asked if there were any tears in the Kentucky All-Stars’ locker room Friday night, Coach Glen Drury simply said, “Mine.”

    It was not an unexpected response from Drury, who had poured his heart and soul into a high school basketball all-star game. Indeed, Drury could be seen mouthing the words of “My Old Kentucky Home” as one of his former players, David Young, sang prior to the first game of the summer series with Indiana.

  • BASEBALL: Mudcats split first...

    The Central Kentucky Mudcats have opened their summer baseball season by splitting the first four games on the schedule.

    The local 15-and-under travel team dropped its first two games of the year, losing both to the Louisville Cyclones, but rallied to sweep a pair of games at Boyd County.

  • The British are coming for youth...

    Challenger Sports has been invited to hold a soccer camp in Lawrenceburg.

    Anderson Independent Youth Soccer has teamed up to host the week-long British Soccer Camp, June 20-24, at AIYSA soccer fields at Anderson County Community Park.

    The camp will run Monday through Friday and each child will be coached by a member of Challenger’s team of 1,000 British soccer coaches.

  • Kentucky takes fight to Hoosiers...

    Indiana went on a 13-0 run early in the second half, then held off a spirited Kentucky rally to post a 94-82 win at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Saturday night. 

    Indiana All-Americans Cody Zeller, headed to Indiana University, Branden Dawson (Michigan State) and Marquis Teague (Kentucky) led the Hoosiers to their third consecutive sweep in the series. Louisville Western's Ryan Taylor, who has committed to Louisville, but has not qualified yet, paced Kentucky with 24 points.