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Today's Sports

  • Boblitt signs with Georgetown
  • Optimistic Outlook for the...

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky, Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    The first snippets of snow fell last week, making most people frown, but put a smile on the faces of Kentucky waterfowl hunters. The cold weather the week before the waterfowl season opener on Thanksgiving Day is a good sign.

  • Local children have fun in...
  • Time running out to see two-...

    Less than two weeks remain to see a rare, two-headed copperhead snake before the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort closes for the winter., according to a news release.

    The unique, month-old copperhead is on display from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday. Time to view the snake is limited, however, as the Salato Center closes for the season after Nov. 21. Salato will reopen March 1, 2019.

  • God1st registrations set

    Registration dates for God1st Basketball have been set, according to a news release.

    Children, ages 3-7, as of Aug. 1, 2018, are invited to sign up at the Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church, 565 Carlton Drive.

    Registrations will be taken on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. They will also be taken on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 5:30 until 7 p.m.

    Prospective players should be prepared to participate in a fair team rating, which takes about 20 minutes, according to the release.

  • Early sports deadline for Nov....

    From staff reports

    Due to an early printing schedule for the Nov. 21 edition of The Anderson News, all furnished copy and photos must be submitted by Friday, Nov. 16 at noon.

    Weekend sports news will be included in the Nov. 28 edition of The Anderson News, when regular sports news deadlines will return.

  • Glen Drury Classic tips off...
  • Highlands ends Bearcat dream

    The tears flowed, streaking mud-stained faces.

    The emptiness Anderson County’s football team experienced was real. After 10 solid weeks of jubilation on Friday nights, this time there was the agony of coming so close to one of Kentucky’s elite programs only to realize close doesn’t count for anything once the playoffs commence.

  • Peach speaks from experience in...

    Mark Peach had been there and knew what to say Friday night. It didn’t make things easier.

    His Anderson County football team had just taken a 14-10 loss to Highlands in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs. It wasn’t really a surprise since Highlands has hardware from 23 state championships in its trophy case. Anderson County has made one appearance in a title game. Highlands was favored in all of the polls, ranked third or fourth in 5A in every poll. Unbeaten Anderson was several spots behind.

  • Bearcats host Highlands in...

    To many observers, it looks like Anderson County gets a real reward in the state football playoffs Friday night.

    The sarcasm oozes from the statement.

    Anderson, one of seven teams in Kentucky to make it through the 2018 high school football season at 10-0, opens what it hopes to be a long Class 5A playoff run when the Bearcats host perennial power Highlands in the Region 3 semifinals Friday.

    Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.