Today's Sports

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...


    FRANKFORT – Anderson County can only hope one of the possible reasons for the Bearcats' performance at Franklin County Friday night was correct.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bearcats...

    The trap had been set for Anderson County last Tuesday.

    It was Senior Night for Bearcat basketball, a time when emotions can run rampant and get the best of any team.

    A starting guard, sophomore Austin Cummins, who had led Anderson in scoring for much of the month of February, used crutches to hobble to the end of the Bearcat bench and stayed there the whole game after a possible knee injury.


    Anderson County High School junior Makenzie Cann has been named Eighth Region Player of the Year in voting by the region's coaches.

    Cann barely edged her teammate, Eriel McKee, another junior, who was second in the voting.

    A 6-foot-1 guard, Cann is averaging 15.5 points, 4.5 assists and 4 rebounds a game for the second-ranked Lady Bearcats. She has scholarship offers from several Division I schools.

    Cann is the first girls' player from Anderson County to be named the region's top player in a season.

  • BASKETBALL: District tournament...


    The 30th District basketball tournaments were scheduled to get underway Tuesday night after press deadlines. The tournaments are being played at Collins High School in Shelbyville.

    The Anderson County girls were to have played Spencer County while the boys' team was to have opened post-season play against Shelby County.



    FRANKFORT – Finally, Anderson County could celebrate.

  • Sports briefs for Feb. 20, 2013


    Sports Briefs

    Tee ball, softball registrations announced

  • Mat Cats advance in state tourney


    LEXINGTON – Anderson County wrestlers Alex Swartz and Crockett Cosby both advanced well into the KHSAA state high school wrestling tournament, held in Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park last weekend.

  • Youth wrestlers pin titles


    The Anderson County Youth Wrestling Club produced two state champions and three state runners-up in the Kentucky Youth Wrestling state tournament, held at Alltech Arena in Lexington on Sunday. Approximately 950 wrestlers, representing 54 teams, participated in the tournament.

    It was Anderson County's best showing in the tournament since the local program's inception.

  • Learning the broadcasting ropes


    Anderson County Middle School student Chris Beasmore got the opportunity to experience sports broadcasting up close and personal last Monday when he sat in on the popular Kentucky Sports Radio broadcast with host Matt Jones in the studios of station WLAP in Lexington. Chris aspires to be a sports journalist and interviewed Jones during the day.

  • Dance teams go big time