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  • The Lineup, June 11, 2014

    Anderson County High School




    Worth/KHSAA State Softball Tournament

    Jack Fisher Park, Owensboro

    Double elimination format


    Winner's bracket

    First round

    Male 16, Greenwood 1

  • State tournament notes: Lady Cats could be state title contender

    While Anderson County expected to advance a bit farther than it did in the state tournament, the Lady Bearcats learned some very important lessons for a 2015 campaign that should see Anderson play the role of heavy favorite in the Eighth Region and, perhaps, a contender for the state championship.

    Anderson loses just two seniors, and only one of them, center fielder Molly Burkhead, saw significant playing time this year.

    The other senior, Madison Brummett, was hampered by injuries most of the year.

  • Friday not kind to Lady Bearcats

    The Anderson County High School softball team won one and lost two at the state softball tournament, held at Owensboro's Jack Fisher Park Thursday through Saturday of last week. The following are summaries of the Lady Bearcats' three games at the state.

    Curry leads Lady Bearcats past Johnson Central in opener

  • Lady Cats taste the big time at state

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – It might have been a taste of what could be in store for high school softball in Anderson County.

    The Lady Bearcats did not see things end like they wanted in the Worth/KHSAA State Softball Tournament, held at Owensboro's Jack Fisher Park last week. The dream was that of an extended run, perhaps even making it to Saturday as one of the last four teams standing.

    With a break or two, the Lady Bearcats had that kind of potential.

  • 'Sticks' totes really big stick for 'Cats


    Just Sticks. As in “Let's go, Sticks!”

    It meant Bailey Curry was getting ready to hit. And it was a yell as automatic as the rooster crowing at sunup.


  • This week in Anderson County Sports, June 11, 2014

    Anderson County High School


    Girls' basketball

    Friday, June 13: Kentucky vs. Indiana All-Star Classic, Beck Center, Transylvania University, Lexington, 5:30 p.m.

    Saturday, June 14: Kentucky vs. Indiana All-Star Classic, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, 5 p.m.


    Youth Sports

  • STATE SOFTBALL TOURNEY UPDATE: Green County upsets Lady Bearcats, ends Anderson season

    Anderson County's dream of earning a place among the state's best ended abruptly Friday afternoon when Green County upset the Lady Bearcats, 8-5, in the Worth/KHSAA State Softball Tournament in Owensboro.

    Errors and impatience did the Lady Bearcats in. The Lady Bearcats were officially charged with four errors, three in the decisive fifth inning when Green County scored six runs to send Anderson to its second loss in the double-elimination tournament.

  • Cram sentenced to 25 years for murder of landlord

    Terrance Cram, who was charged with brutally murdering his landlord, Tena McNealy, in 2011, was sentenced to 25 years for murder this afternoon by the Anderson County Circuit Court.

    He was also sentenced by Judge Charles Hickman for five years for tampering with physical evidence and five years for the fraudulent use of a credit card, which will run consecutive to his murder sentence.

    For the full story, see the June 11 print edition of The Anderson News.

  • High school volleyball team hosts camp

    The Anderson County High School volleyball team is hosting a team camp on Saturday, June 7 from 8 a.m. until noon. The camp will be held in the high school gym.

    Cost of the camp is $25 per person in advance, $30 at the door. Campers are asked to wear volleyball attire, athletic shoes and, if possible, knee pads.

    Campers are also asked to bring a water bottle and a snack.

  • Bearcat basketball camp is June 9-14

    The annual Anderson County Bearcat Basketball Camp will be held June 9-14 at various locations in the county.

    Campers in grades 1-3 will report to Turner Elementary School. Those in grades 4-5 should report to Saffell Street School while those in grades 6-8 will participate at Anderson County High School. Camp times are 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day.