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Today's Sports

  • Mustang archers win Mercer...

    The Anderson County Middle School archery team competed in the Mercer County pre-state tournament last weekend taking first place and and winning seven individual medals in the process. Emmali Dorman took first place in the girls’ division with Micah Maggard placing third and Jenna Diaz fifth.

    Bryce Foster captured first place in the boys’ division with Damon Nichols second, Logan Sea third and Michael Bishop fifth.

  • Three Lady Bearcats named all-...

    From staff reports

    Three members of the Anderson County High School girls’ basketball team were named to the Eighth Region All-Tournament Team following Saturday’s championship game. Juniors Jaclynn Ruble and Lauren Boblitt along with freshman Amiah Mason were named to the team by the region’s coaches.

  • Turner hits target with regional...

    The Robert B. Turner Elementary School archery team captured the Region 7 championship of the National Archery in the Schools Program for the second consecutive year. The competition was held at Providence Elementary School in Nicholasville. In the individual competition, Breanna Woodside took first place and Arlena Cox finished third in the girls’ standings. On the boys’ side, Conner Glass took first, Dawson Case second and Colton Fridh fifth place.

  • Turner archers win at Bardstown
  • Lady Bearcats, Bearcats have...

    Thank you, Lady Bearcats. We needed what you gave us the last few weeks.

    And thank you, too, Bearcats. You were still playing Monday night and we have needed all you have given Anderson County during March Madness.

    We can’t thank you enough.

  • Simon Kenton ends Lady Bearcat...

    INDEPENDENCE, Ky. -- Even before the 2017-18 basketball season began, the Anderson County girls’ basketball team knew what would be the most daunting mountain to climb in its quest for Sweet 16 glory.

    Simon Kenton would be that one task that would require the combination of near-perfect play and some good fortune necessary to navigate the road known as March Madness.

    Simon Kenton showed why Saturday night, using a 15-1 run to close out the first quarter, then holding off a gallant Anderson comeback for an 80-68 win in the Eighth Region tournament final.

  • Lady Cats have more than 9 lives...

    INDEPENDENCE, Ky. -- Remember that old saying that a cat has nine lives?

    Anderson County’s girls’ basketball team might laugh at that after Friday’s dramatic 58-54 win over Walton-Verona in the Eighth Region Tournament semifinals.

    Anderson had at least a dozen lives in rallying from a 12-point deficit at Simon Kenton High School.

    Anderson, now 27-5 on the year, moves on to play tournament host Simon Kenton (19-10) in the regional championship game Saturday at 6 p.m. Walton-Verona finished its season at 24-10.

  • Lady Bearcats tame Dragons in...

    INDEPENDENCE, Ky. -- Anderson County left no doubt in the opening round of the Eighth Region Tournament last Tuesday night at Simon Kenton.

    The Lady Bearcats never trailed on their way to an 80-56 win over 29th District runner-up South Oldham at Simon Kenton High School.

    Taylor Harley coaxed a 3-pointer to fall after hesitating on the rim and Jacie Chesser delivered a putback in the first minute of the contest and the Lady Bearcats were on their way.

  • Bearcats hold off Henry in...

    NEW CASTLE -- Before the Eighth Region Tournament tipped off, many observers felt Anderson County had a very favorable first round draw.

    Anderson didn’t disappoint with a 58-45 win over host Henry County in the opening round of the Eighth Region Tournament last Wednesday.

    When the Bearcats built a 31-13 halftime lead, it seemed like the only thing in question was the final score. Someone forgot to tell the Bearcats.

    And someone forgot to tell Henry everything was over.

  • Drury’s voice speaks loudly on...

    I met Glen Drury in the locker room at Anderson County High School late last Wednesday night.

    The Bearcats had just surprised much of the Eighth Region with a win over a very good Spencer County team to qualify for another regional tournament. But it was getting late at Shelby County, where the tournament was being held, and it was high school basketball. Some of the kids had final exams the next day so we met for his post-game interview after we got back to Lawrenceburg.