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Today's Sports

  • Young Mudcats finish season with...

    A 10-9 summer baseball record might not turn heads until one hears Central Kentucky Mudcat manager Chris Copenhaver talk about his 13-and-under team.

    “Honestly, I am very pleased with the boys,” said Copenhaver, who doubles as an assistant coach at Anderson County High School. “We did not play one team this summer that wasn’t a travel team and in (the final) tournament, we played two 14-year-old teams. For them to compete and end up with a record above .500, I think that is a great sign for the future.”

  • God First Soccer registrations...

    God First soccer registrations will be held for boys and girls, ages 3-12, at Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church, according to a news release.

    Registrations will be conducted on Saturday, Aug. 11 and Saturday, Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Registrations will also be held on Tuesday, Aug. 14 and Thursday, Aug. 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

    Players age 4-12 will go through a 20-minute draft evaluation, according to the release.

    The cost is $45 per player and $40 for each sibling.

    The church is located at 565 Carlton Drive, Lawrenceburg.

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  • Registration Begins for Mentor-...

    Registration for the popular mentor-youth dove hunts offered by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources opened Monday and continues through Aug. 17, according to a news release. Registration is available online only at the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife website, fw.ky.gov, the release said.

  • Special programs celebrate...

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources invites people of all ages to celebrate hunting, fishing and the great outdoors at the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort on Saturday, Aug. 11.

    “This is a great way for beginners of any age to receive a fun, hands-on introduction to fishing and shooting sports,” Salato Conservation Educator Geoff Roberts said in a news release.

  • Honoring a past, prepping for...

    Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg is taking the next step toward fielding a complete athletic program.

    The school is in the final stages of opening a new weight room to give those taking part in Ram athletics a way to improve their strength training and athletic performance.

  • Academy seeking donations to...

    Ever since Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg acquired its current facility in 2012, the school has made an effort to remember the building’s historic ties to Lawrenceburg and Anderson County.

    Located on North Main Street, the building was originally erected to house Anderson High School, which was formed as a consolidation of Kavanaugh and Lawrenceburg high schools in 1949. After the current Anderson County High School opened in 1967, the building housed Anderson Junior High, which was later renamed Anderson County Middle School, and the Early Childhood Center.

  • Christian Academy makes winning...

    A major tip of the hat needs to go to Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg its attempt to preserve history and acknowledge its tie to Anderson County’s past.

    CAL purchased its current North Main Street facility in 2012 and has been cognizant of the importance of that building ever since. Originally built as Anderson High School in 1950, the building housed Anderson Junior High/Anderson County Middle School and the Early Childhood Center before those schools relocated.

  • Young Lady Bearcat golfers take...

    The paradoxes surrounding the Anderson County High School girls’ golf team aren’t difficult to understand but turning them into a big finish in tournament play might be as hard as sinking a 40-foot putt.

    It can be done, but won’t be easy.

    On one hand, eight girls have been working the Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course in preparation for the Lady Bearcat season, which opens Thursday at Boyle County. It’s the largest number of girls to start the season under the guidance of Coach Robert Hanks, now in his fifth season.