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Today's News

  • 43 horses seized in animal cruelty case

    By Becky Barnes, Editor

    A Bourbon County man has been cited on 43 counts of second degree cruelty to animals following a Department of Agriculture investigation, according to court documents.

  • Breds play well in Montgomery tournament, Fillies lose to Bourbon

    On Saturday the Harrison County Thorobreds golf team traveled to Mt. Sterling to take part in the Montgomery County Invitational.  
    The Breds played well though they finished in 15th place in the 23-team tournament.  
    Franklin County was the winner followed by Henry Clay, Bourbon County and Scott County. Medalist was Andrew Farmer of Estill County who shot 72 for the 18-hole contest.  

  • Sports this week

    Sept.10 – Sept. 16

    Golf
    Thursday, Sept. 11, Fillies vs. Bourbon Co.  Cynthiana Country Club
    Sunday, Sept. 14, Breds at Bourbon Co.
    Monday, Sept. 15, Fillies vs. Pendleton Co. CCC
    Tuesday, Sept. 16, Fillies & Breds at Nicholas Co.

    Volleyball
    Thursday, Sept. 11, vs. Bracken Co. 5:30 p.m.  Home
    Tuesday, Sept. 16, at George Rogers Clark  5:30 p.m.

    Fillies soccer
    Wednesday, Sept. 10, vs. Campbell Co. 6 p.m. Home

  • Born to Run 5K Race
  • Breds win over Mason County 4-0 Tuesday night, record now 2-4-1

    The Harrison County Thorobreds defeated the Mason County Royals Tuesday night in Maysville, 4-0.
    Earlier last week, the Breds picked up their first win of the season with a home win of 4-1 over Bryan Station.  
    The Bryan Station win saw Derek Nunnelley score his first varsity goal when he forced the Defender’s defensive player to kick the ball into his own goal.  

  • Harrison Co. JV defeats Fleming County, 20-19

    Luke Slucher scored three touchdowns and Logan Kellione knocked down the Fleming County attempt for the victory Monday in Harrison County’s 20-19 win on Lawson Field.  
    Harrison County scored first when Slucher picked off a pass and ran back 52 yards for the score.  The try for point-after was stopped and the Breds led 6-0.  
    Fleming County tied the score a short time later and then took the lead when they scored again and kicked the extra point to make the score 13-6.

  • Fillies volleyball wins one of four in Dink Scott Tournament

    If ever the old saying “close only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades” was appropriate for sports, it would describe the last five volleyball matches for the Harrison County Fillies.  
    The Fillies traveled to Mt. Sterling to play in the Dink Scott Memorial Invitational and won one of four matches.Each match was closer than the next, including the match that the Fillies won over Bryan Station.  
    The Fillies opened tournament play with a two-set-to-one win over the Lady Defenders 13-21, 21-16, and 15-12.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • The Reds; what an accommodating franchise

    Before I get into my topic of the week, I want to lament the plight or seemingly the plight of Big 10 football.  
    After week two of the season, here is a run down of the Big 10 schools.  
    Indiana beat Indiana State 28-10 and was idle the next week.  That wouldn’t seem so good if the others performed better.  
    Illinois barely beat Youngstown State and Western Kentucky and probably couldn’t beat WKU three out of 10 times.  

  • Fillies roll past St. Patrick, lose to Bourbon County

    Despite playing without three starters, the Harrison County Fillies made short work of the Saints of Maysville St. Patrick Thursday winning 9-1.  
    Coach Kevin Gaunce had challenged his players in practice to get some early goals so they could work on some game time issues. The Fillies answered his challenge.  
    Freshman Charlie Moore put a rebounded ball back into the net for her first varsity goal to open the scoring.  
    Amelia Bolin and Kelby Gaunce put the next two scores in and the rout was on.