Bryan Station wins Harrison County All Comers

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By Mike Aldridge

The Bryan Station Defenders ran away with the boys’ portion of the Harrison County All Comers Track Meet Thursday and edged the Harrison County Fillies by 10 points in the girls’ competition to sweep the event.
The Fillies took first place in seven events and second in six others as they tallied 144 points to 154 for the Lexington squad.  
Bracken County and Paris tied for third 76 points behind the Fillies. Then came Nicholas County, Montgomery County, Pendleton County and Holmes to round out the scoring.

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