Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 10:36 am (Updated: February 21, 10:40 am)
The delayed and rescheduled homecoming game and the end-of-the-season Senior Night festivities were very good Friday night except for one glaring omission. The Harrison County Thorobreds lost the game in a less than impressive outing leaving an emotional hole in the festivities.
The night started very nicely with a chili supper/bake sale sponsored by Project Graduation, which was nearly a $1,000 success.
The junior varsity game was very well played going into overtime before the Montgomery County team edged the Thorobreds junior varsity 58 to 54.
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