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Today's Sports

  • Cann blisters SMU; Penny’s...

    From staff reports

    Anderson County High School graduate Makenzie Cann scored a career-high 15 points, nailing 5 three-point shots, to spark Cincinnati to a 56-46 win over SMU Saturday in Dallas, Tex.

    Cann passed her previous career-best of 12 points, scored against UT-Martin early in the year. It marked the seventh time this year she had scored in double figures.

    Cincinnati improved to 7-21 on the year, 4-13 in the AAC.

    Other women’s basketball

    South Florida 74,

    Cincinnati 44

  • Currens plows through Collins in...

    TAYLORSVILLE – If a snow storm was not going to keep Kaci Currens down, Collins surely wasn’t going to in the 30th District Tournament semifinal.

    Currens scored 25 points, nine coming in the decisive third quarter, when Anderson County outscored Collins 20-11, to lead the Lady Bearcats to a tougher-than-the-score indicates 58-44 win over Collins in a tournament semifinal last Tuesday.

    Anderson had only three full team practices between a loss to Woodford County on Feb. 13 and playing Collins, a span of 11 days.

  • High school athletes dealing...

    “It is very common to hear people complaining about the food and that they are hungry in the locker room,” says Nathan McGregor, a junior at Anderson County High School.

    McGregor participates in football and track and field, sports that usually conduct practice immediately after school is out. He spoke to “The Anderson News” via e-mail with the permission of his parents.

    “If someone walks in with a bag of chips or a snack, they are swarmed by players asking for a bite,” McGregor continued.

  • Only consumers can put an end to...

    By Jane Sinnett

    Guest Columnist

    I just read about legislation concerning puppy mills and how different states have approached this problem in different ways.

    The 2014 puppy mills report goal is to inform consumers about widespread problems with puppy mills before they make an uninformed purchase that could potentially support animal cruelty.

  • Trembling Lady Bearcats shake...

    CARROLLTON – Kaci Currens was still shaking.

    It had been almost 15 minutes since she had hit three free throws with a half-second left on the game clock, giving Anderson County a heart-stopping 50-49 win over a vastly underrated Trimble County team Monday night.

  • UPDATED: Regional draw pits...

    Updated: Feb. 28, 2:45 p.m.
    The Anderson County girls' basketball team will embark on its quest for a third straight Eighth Region championship when the Lady Bearcats take on Trimble County in the first round of the regional tournament Monday, March 2 at 6 p.m.

    On paper, it appears the Lady Bearcats got the best possible draw as tournament favorites Simon Kenton and Shelby County drew in the opposite bracket.

  • Shelby ends Lady Bearcats'...

    TAYLORSVILLE – Shelby County withstood an early Anderson County punch, then methodically overcame the Lady Bearcats with a 48-38 decision in the girls' 30th District Tournament Friday night at Spencer County High School.

    Shelby ended Anderson's six-year stranglehold on the district title even though the Lady Bearcats exploded to a 9-1 lead just over three minutes into the game.

  • Late layup lifts Shelby past...

    TAYLORSVILLE -- Jordan Armstrong scored on a layup with 4 seconds left to provide the winning margin for Shelby County as the Rockets defeated Anderson County, 75-73, in the semi-final round of the 30th District Tournament Thursday night at Spencer County High School.

    Shelby moves on to play Collins in Saturday's district championship game while Anderson saw its season come to an end at 16-10.

  • SNOW MAKES DISTRICT MORE...

    What was already being billed as the most unpredictable 30th District Touranment in memory got even more unpredictable last week.

    The snow and ice that moved through Kentucky last week played havoc with schools and made the tournament, which was to have begun Monday night on the girls’ side, a bigger mystery than what it already was.

    The Shelby County girls were to have played Spencer County Monday with the Anderson girls playing Collins Tuesday. Both games were scheduled to tip off after press time for this edition of The Anderson News.

  • Plenty of fishing and cooking...

    The clipboards are safe. For now, at least.

    Fish, however, might want to beware.

    Duane Hammons plans on having plenty of time to fish.

    Hammons, Anderson County football’s defensive coordinator and the lone holdover from Coach Mark Peach’s original Bearcat staff, is stepping away from coaching after 26 years, a slew of victories and a lifetime of memories.