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By Mike Aldridge

Thorobreds golfers continue
struggles in two matches

The Harrison County boys’ golf team traveled again to Mt. Sterling on Saturday and competed in the 25-team Montgomery County Invitational.  
After playing within 14 strokes of the Indians in the last match at the Cynthiana Country Club, the Breds’ scores escalated to a 377 team score for a 22nd place finish of the 25-participating squads.  
Jake Jones led the way for the Harrison County linksters as the eighth grader shot a 92. He was followed by Stephen Lemons with a 93, Sam Levi’s 94, and Zach Hernandez finished the scoring with a 98.  
On Monday, the Breds traveled to Maysville to compete in the CKC tournament. They finished sixth in the six-team event shooting a team total 187. Junior Richard Davis was the leader on this nine-hole day as he shot a 42 score. Senior Daniel Klapheke followed with a 46 with Levi totaling 49 and Jones 50 to wrap up the scoring.
The Thorobreds travel on Wednesday to the Pendleton County Country Club to face the Wildcats who are one of the better region teams.  
They return to the Cynthiana Country Club for a home match with Bourbon County on Thursday. The girls next play on Friday in a home match with Mason County.

Harrison County Middle School teams
win, freshman lose at Montgomery

In a Thursday night thriller, the Harrison County Middle School seventh grade team won its first game on a long pass to Max Ogden with time running out in the fourth quarter.  
The Georgetown Middle School seventh graders had just regained the lead, 14-8, with less than three minutes left when Ogden scored the final points making the final 16-14. The 7th grade team is now 1-2 on the season.
The eighth grade team remained undefeated with a 24-14 win over a big Georgetown Middle squad.  Malcolm Walker, Keishon Gilkey and Maxx Warr each scored for the Colts.  
The Harrison County Middle teams play host to McNabb Middle this Thursday in Ingles Stadium.
The Harrison County freshman team remained winless Monday evening as they traveled to Montgomery County and came up short 34-24.  
The freshman team next hosts Mason County on Monday, Sept. 17, also at Ingles Stadium.