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Today's News

  • Reunion

    The annual Oddville Alumni dinner will be held on May 25 at the Cynthiana Christian Church Fellowship Hall.   Gathering will commence at 4:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Anyone who attended Oddville School or has an affection for it is invited to attend. A hot catered buffet dinner is $18 per person served by Layne Tussey of “The Vault Catering.” Payments are required by May 20, 2013.  

  • Breds win four more, improve to 17-5, host Sayre Wednesday

    The Harrison County Thorobreds continued their mastery of the 38th District as they won three district games last week before defeating Scott High’s Eagles on Alumni/Fence of Fame Night on Friday.
    The Thorobreds started the district games with a doubleheader thrashing of Robertson County.  
    The Wednesday twin bill was completely dominated by the Breds as the home team won by 22-0 and 10-0 scores while playing the entire roster.  
    Eighteen Thorobreds batted in the first game which lasted five innings.  

  • Fillies take Senior Night win over Lady Jackets, split pair in Owensboro

    The Harrison County Fillies rebounded from a 10-0 defeat two weeks ago in Carlisle and handed the Nicholas County Lady Jackets a 7-2 loss Thursday night at Shirley Field.
    The Senior Night for Ashley Coppage, Morgan Florence and Jasmeen Smith was made even more special by the resounding victory over the district rival, Lady Jackets.  
    Errors continued to plague the Fillies, however, as Nicholas County scored in the first when Megan Bretz reached on an error at short and scored on Shelby Wade’s single with two outs for an unearned run.  

  • Tumska and Markley qualify for state in tennis, play next week at UK

    Harrison County High School juniors Sofia Tumska and Jacob Markley each finished fourth in the regional competition to qualify for the state championships next week at the University of Kentucky courts.  
    Coach Ron Markley was overjoyed with the team’s performance.  
    “We won every one of our opening matches,” said Markley. “Everyone advanced to at least the second round and four of our players went to at least the third before losing.”  

  • Track teams finish season strong, look forward to Regional meet Saturday

    The Harrison County High School Thorobreds and the Fillies completed the 2013 track regular season last week with a Tuesday meet at Scott County and a Saturday meet in Lexington at Bryan Station.
    The Thorobreds will be going into the regional this Saturday with a couple of strong showings behind them as they won the 11-team boys’ meet at Scott County and finished fourth in the 11-team meet on Saturday.
    Saturday’s meet had four of the Lexington schools as well as Scott County and Western Hills among others in the highly competitive meet.  

  • Violence in sports, how long until it happens here

    I spent Monday this week working in Indiana, which gives me a lot of time to listen to the radio while in the car.
    I listen mainly to sports radio but now and then will venture over to the news, which generally depresses me so I don’t listen for any long periods of time.
    Monday the news had quite a bit about the soccer official who was killed when an irate player hit him in the side of the head and killed him on April 27 in Utah.

  • Sports beat

    Bluegrass Warhorses to hold
    tryouts/season tickets on sale now
    The first-ever open player tryout for the newly established Bluegrass Warhorses Indoor Football team will be held on June 1 at Toyota Stadium in Georgetown. Players at all positions will be evaluated at the tryouts including kickers. Registration for non-kickers is at 10 a.m. with the kickers signing in at 11 a.m.

  • Harrison County Archery
  • HCHS Alumni Players
  • Masterson’s Martial Arts