Today's Sports

  • Bearcats still searching for...

    As the Anderson County baseball team continues searching for its first win since March 19, every week is like a fresh start for them, and the same goes for this week.

    The Bearcats will have some time to prepare for their next opponent, as they have a six-day stretch from their last game to their next one, which will be at Collins on Friday at 6 p.m.

  • Mustangs sweep individual awards...

    The Anderson County Middle School archery team continued its fantastic season with another victory this past weekend, as the Mustangs claimed the first and second place team awards at the Mercer County Titan 3D Tournament.

    Overall the Mustangs scored 1,683 points, which is another season-high.

    The high score was fueled by individual success from the Anderson County representatives, as the Mustangs won all six individual awards.

  • Bearcats working through mental...

    As the Bearcat baseball team returns from a spring break tournament with no wins, it’s back to the drawing board for a team that’s looking to get back on track.

    However, it’s not many X’s and O’s on the drawing board for Anderson County, it’s their confidence and how to bring it back to a winning level.

  • Lady Bearcats gearing up for...

    The Anderson County softball team is currently on an impressive six-game stretch, but the road ahead is about to get tougher.

    That’s just the result of a difficult schedule overall, and with the Lady Bearcats finding more success than they did earlier in the season, they’re more equipped to handle the tougher competition.

    After beginning the week with a home game win against Madison Southern, a top team from the 11th Region, the Lady Bearcats will host Boyle County on Thursday in what promises to be a good matchup.

  • Bearcat travels to Germany for...

    Panama City, Virginia Beach, the Outer Banks and any other beach setting are the typical places young kids flock to for spring break.

    Dortmund, Germany is not a top destination for spring breakers, but that’s where Bearcat goalkeeper Liam Sutherland spent the past week while Anderson County was not in school.

  • Spring turkey season begins this...

    The spring turkey hunting season is right around the corner, and it’s time for hunters to brush up on everything there is to know about the season.

    The spring turkey season will begin on April 13 and last until May 5, a total of 23 consecutive days.

    The bag limit for this season is two male turkeys or turkeys with a visible beard.

    No more than one bird can be taken from the field per day.

  • It’s Masters week

    You’ve probably already heard this once before, but I’ll repeat it for you in case you haven’t heard it yet.

    It’s Masters week.

    I know that may not excite most of you since golf isn’t the most thrilling sport. No one is getting run over like in football or dunked on like in basketball, but to me, golf is still pretty exciting.

    And that excitement is multiplied by one thousand during The Masters week.

  • Registration for youth football...

    Registration for the Anderson County Youth Football League is now open for any kid wishing to play football next fall.

    The registration will remain open from now until July 10th. It costs $95 per kid, and the fee covers most of the items required for a uniform.

    The $95 charge is a $20 increase from the previous registration fee. This year the league will be run by the Anderson County Youth Football Board instead of the Parks and Recreation department, which has been running the youth football league in Anderson County for many years.

  • Steel shootout set for April 27

    McInturf Firearms Training will host a steel shootout match Saturday, April 27, according to a news release.

    The shootout is limited to 20 shooters, and those interested must call 850-608-1060 or email gary@kysawmill.com to reserve a space.

    The shootout includes rim-fire pistols or rifles, centerfire handgun or pistol-caliber carbine.

    Entry is $10 for the first firearm; $5 for the second.

    The shootout will be conducted indoors in the event of rain.

    McInturf Firearms Training is located at 1136 Ballard Road, Lawrenceburg.

  • UK football spring game set for...

    After weeks of spring practice, the Kentucky football team will conclude its spring ball schedule with the annual Blue-White scrimmage, set for this Friday at Kroger Field at 6 p.m.

    The game will put the Wildcats against each other in what will be the first live-action viewing for the fans to see. It will also be the last time fans cans see the Wildcats play before the start of the 2019 season.

    Tickets for the game are available on ticketmaster.com. Tickets are free, but all online orders will include a service charge with each ticket.