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Today's Sports

  • Introducing ‘Battles with...

    Listen up Anderson County athletes, because I have an announcement I think you’ll be interested in.

    This summer I am going to introduce a weekly column in the paper called “Battles with Bearcats”, where I will be going head-to-head with Anderson County’s top athletes in their respective sport then write about the experience in the paper.

    I’ve already had a number of athletes reach out to me, up for the challenge, and I expect this column to be a lot of fun to read and write.

  • Mustang boys' soccer team...

    NICHOLASVILLE – The boys’ soccer Salt River Conference championship game was delayed a week because of inclement weather and conflicting schedules, but it was worth the wait for Anderson County.

    Last Thursday’s SRC title game between the Mustangs and West Jessamine ended in celebration and smiles for Anderson, as the Mustangs defeated the Colts 3-1 to capture their first SRC title under head coach George Geoghegan.

    “I’m really pleased with this team, they really came on,” Geoghegan said.

  • Anderson County’s Chamber of...

    The Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course hosted one of its biggest tournaments of the year this past weekend, the Anderson County Chamber Annual Golf Classic.

    The proceeds from the tournament went to Anderson County’s Chamber of Commerce, and the money will be used to fund the operating costs for the group.

    The tournament was held on May 31 and June 1, with the teams getting to choose what day they compete.

  • LDGA begins tournament season...

    The Lawrenceburg Disc Golf Association hosted its first tournament at the Anderson County Community Park this past Saturday on a warm but ideal day for frisbee golf.

    A total of 45 disc golfers competed in the Battle of the ‘Burg Tournament, with Tracy Bottom posting the lowest score with a 96 for the 36-hole tournament. Bottom was the only player to sub 100 and his performance also earned him first place in the masters 40+ division.

  • Anderson athletes improve pre-...

    LEXINGTON – Every high school track team’s goal is to end their season at the state meet, and for the first time since 2016, that’s what Anderson County’s track team did.

    The 3A state track & field meet was at the University of Kentucky’s track facility this past Saturday, and Anderson’s Kynan Russell and Trinity Gottler competed amongst the state’s best.

  • Pair of Anderson athletes to...

    The Anderson County track team hasn’t competed at the KHSAA state track championships since 2016, but that will change this weekend when the Bearcats send two of its own to Lexington for the state’s top high school meet.

    Kynan Russell and Trinity Gottler will be the two athletes representing Anderson County at state, which will take place this Saturday at the University of Kentucky’s track facility. Russell will compete in the triple jump and Gottler will compete in the discus, with both events slated to start at 10 a.m.

  • Gottler wins state championship

    LOUISVILLE – The Anderson County Middle School track team competed at the KTCCCA Middle School State Championships this past Saturday at the University of Louisville’s track facility, and brought back with them a state champion.

    The state champion riding the bus back to Lawrenceburg was Trinity Gottler, as her throw of 106-feet in the discus ranked first among the 34 female middle school discus throwers who qualified for state.

  • Warriors should handle Raptors...

    For the past five years at about this time, we ask ourselves ‘is this the year that it could happen?’

    That question is: is this the year that the NBA Eastern Conference champions beat the Golden State Warriors?

    That question will be answered in another chapter of the Warriors’ dynasty novel this week, as the NBA Finals are set to kickoff this Thursday with a seven-game series between the Warriors and the Toronto Raptors.

  • Close loss ends Anderson’s season

    SHELBYVILLE – The Anderson County softball team had multiple opportunities to win in this past Saturday’s 30th District Tournament opening round game against Spencer County, but the Lady Bearcats couldn’t make enough winning plays as they lost to the Lady Bears 2-0.

    The loss ends Anderson’s season in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament for the second straight season. Their ending record is 13-14, concluded with a six-game losing streak.

  • Collins ends Anderson’s season...

    SHELBYVILLE – The Anderson County baseball team’s season came to an end this past Saturday in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament with a 13-1 loss to Collins.

    The game only lasted through the top of the fifth inning before the mercy rule came into effect. The loss finishes the Bearcats’ season with a 10-22-1 record, the second straight year Anderson has finished with a losing record.