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Today's Sports

  • BEARCAT TRACK BOASTS HIGH QUALITY

    Anderson County track and field might be a perfect example of more quality than quantity.

    Despite low overall numbers, the Bearcats appear to be strong in some events, including some possible state contenders, as the season got underway Saturday in the Western Hills Invitational meet.

  • Carlton closes door of hoops...

    Fifteen years after he played his final basketball game for Georgetown College, Will Carlton has finally closed the door on his basketball career.

    But few who have ever laced up the high-tops could go out in such a big way.

    Carlton was inducted into the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame during ceremonies held in conjunction with the association’s men’s basketball tournament last week in Kansas City.

  • Conner, Kavanaugh coach selected...

    The 2015 Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame class had a strong Anderson County flavor when it was announced last Tuesday.

    Jimmy Dan Conner, who led Anderson County to the 1971 state runnerup spot, and Earle Jones, who coached Kavanaugh High to a runner-up finish in 1930, are members of the newest Hall of Fame class. They will be inducted into the Hall during a ceremony at the State Theatre in Elizabethtown in July.

  • Wampler signs with Cumberlands
  • Stockton signs with...
  • Anderson County All Stars
  • Ponderosa Speedway to open...

    Ponderosa Speedway, located in Junction City, opens the 2015 dirt track season on Friday, March 27.

    Practice laps begin at 7:20 p.m. with time trials set for 7:45 and the green flag scheduled to go up at 8:30. General admission tickets are $15 with children 12-and-under admitted free. Pit passes are priced at $30 each.

    Friday’s racing card features Pro Late Models racing in a 20-lap main event paying $600 to win. Modifieds will have a 20-lap main event paying $700 to win as well.

  • Bearcats open baseball season
  • Lady Bearcats split with state...

    The Anderson County High School softball team, ranked No. 11 in pre-season statewide coaches’ poll, split four games with ranked teams in the prestigious Big M Tournament, hosted by Elizabethtown High School, Friday and Saturday.

    The Lady Bearcats were 3-2 on the year going into Monday’s 30th District contest at Spencer County.

    Friday, the Lady Bearcats posted an impressive 7-3 win over eighth-ranked Owensboro Catholic as Bailey Curry belted a seventh-inning grand slam for the final tally. It was her second home run of the year.

  • Enjoy the musical mornings...

    By Jeff Lilly

    Outdoors columnist

    Spring is finally trying to make it back to the Bluegrass State. The calendar says it is officially here as of March 20 but I cannot help but be a little skeptical the way the last couple of months have gone for us in Kentucky

    Temperatures are warming up and God is putting some green color back in to some of our vegetation so things are looking better each day.