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Today's Sports

  • Battles with Bearcats: Henry...

    In my previous two ‘Battles with Bearcats,’ I felt like I had a small chance at winning.

    In this week’s challenge, I knew I had no shot.

  • Bearcats show depth at tournament

    SHELBYVILLE – The Bearcat basketball team wrapped up its summer season last weekend at the Titans/Rockets Summer Shootout, going 2-1 in three games played in the yellow bracket of the tournament.

    Anderson County started the tournament by facing Male’s backup team, which resulted in the Bearcats’ lone loss of the day, a 41-38 loss in overtime.

  • Registration for youth football...

    Youth football season is rapidly approaching, and parents are running out of time to sign their kids up for the next season.

    The deadline to register players for the Anderson County Youth Football League 2019 season is this Friday, June 28. The non-profit organization offers four leagues for kids to play in with ages ranging from 4-12 years old.

  • Battles with Bearcats: Haley Case

    Summer is arguably the best time to get outside and play a few holes of golf, and that’s exactly what I did in my latest Battle with a Bearcat.

    My competitor for the golf battle was Haley Case, a junior to-be at Anderson County High School. Case has been golfing since the seventh grade, and has played on the varsity level since the eighth grade.

  • Red Sox claim Little League title

    In five years of coaching Little League, Steven Slusher never saw a game go nine innings.

    That changed when his Red Sox team defeated the Mariners in a closely contested Major League Championship showdown at Legion Park Thursday night.

    The largest momentum shift of the game took place in the sixth inning when the Red Sox, leading 3-2, switched pitchers.

    The Mariners rallied with a series of base hits, eventually stealing home to tie the game.

  • Six win skins during par 3...

     Six players scored skins during last weekend’s par 3 tournament at Wild Turkey Trace.

  • Lady Bearcats win four of four...

     The high school girls’ basketball season doesn’t begin for more five months, but the Lady Bearcats are already starting to piece together their team for the 2019-20 season.

  • Battles with Bearcats: Sierra...

     As I mentioned in my column last week, I’m starting a weekly series where I go up against Anderson County athletes in their respective sports, and so far I’m 0-1.

  • Bearcats start summer season...

     After the Anderson County boys’ basketball team failed to advance out for the 30th District Tournament for the first time since 2015, the upcoming season looks to be promising based off an early pair of summer season wins.

  • Battles with Bearcats: Sierra...

    As I mentioned in my column last week, I’m starting a weekly series where I go up against Anderson County athletes in their respective sports, and so far I’m 0-1.

    My first guest for Battles with Bearcats was Sierra Warner, a senior girls’ soccer play at Anderson County High School. Warner has been playing soccer since a young age, and has been on Anderson County’s varsity roster the past two seasons.