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Fillies win district opener, face host Pendleton County Thursday
The Harrison County Fillies soccer team advanced to the championship of the 38th District with a lackluster 2-1 win over Mason County Tuesday night. In the nightcap of the opening round, Pendleton County rolled over St. Patrick 10-0 to schedule a rematch of the Sept. 30 Lady Cats 2-1 win.
The Fillies goals were scored by Taylor Fry and Amelia Bolin for the win but Coach Kim Jenkins was far from pleased on the effort.  
“We played slow and they played with a lot of heart and really wanted it,” bemoaned Jenkins. “We won and advanced but we must play much better Thursday if we are to win and host the region.”
The win gives the Fillies a season mark of 9-6-1 while Mason County closes out the year with a 6-7-4 mark. Pendleton County will bring a fine 14-7 record into the 6:30 p.m. championship game Thursday.

Coach Garnett to host Fillies
Softball Camp Oct. 25-26
Harrison County High School softball coach Christine Garnett and her staff are hosting a softball camp on Friday, Oct. 25, and Saturday, Oct. 26. The camp is for girls in grades three through seven and will be held at the Harrison County Softball Field (Shirley Field). In case of inclement weather, the camp will be moved to the Harrison County High School gymnasium.  
Pre-registration is available by picking up a form at Fifth Third Bank or by arriving on Friday night, Oct. 25, at 5:30 p.m. The camp time is 6-8 p.m. on Friday and 12-3 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. The cost of the camp is $60 per camper.  
Campers will work with the Fillies softball players and coaches on hitting, base running and fielding as well as play games. There will also be other activities designed to improve the campers’ over all softball game.  
Campers are to bring a glove, a bat if they have one, cleats and tennis shoes as well as weather-appropriate attire.
Any questions please email Coach Garnett at Christine.garnett@harrison.kyschools.us.