Today's News

  • The most exciting week in sports?

    The NCAA tournament winds down to the last three games, the Masters is played and baseball starts all in the span of one week.  
    One could argue that this is the year’s most exciting week of sports.  
    Individually, Super Bowl week or the World Series might challenge one of the three, but put together this week’s events are hard to surpass.

  • Sports this week

    Thursday, April 2 Harrison County All Comers Athletic Complex

    Saturday, April 4, at Crestview, FL  Varsity   1:30 PM  JV 11AM
    Monday, April 6, at Pace, FL  Varsity 6:30 PM  JV 4 PM
    Tuesday, April 7, at Baker, FL Varsity 6:30 PM  JV 3 PM

    Thursday, April 2 vs. Robertson County (H)  5:30 PM

  • Thorobreds remain undefeated with win at Paris, doubleheader sweep Monday

    The Harrison County Thorobreds are undefeated for 2015 as they rallied to beat Paris Wednesday 8-6 in Paris, and swept a doubleheader from Robertson County Monday on the Hilltop.
    The home-standing Greyhounds used a single, two walks and two errors to take a three-run lead in the bottom of the first off Logan Kellione.  The Breds tied the score in the second on a two-run home run by Zach Day and an RBI by Noah Mitchell.
    Paris scored a single run in the second to regain the lead and then added two more runs in the third for a surprising 6-3 advantage.  

  • Fillies win thriller over Bishop Brossart 5-4

    With two outs in the bottom of the seventh, it looked like extra innings were inevitable. However, a walk to Shelby Ishmael, a base hit by Madison Coppage and a sinking line drive hit for Jami Davis scored Ishmael for a 5-4 win for the Fillies over Bishop Brossart.  
    Davis’ hit was just out of the reach of Katie Reis, who dove for the ball in an all out effort to prevent the run from scoring.  
    The Lady Mustangs took a 2-0 lead in the second when first baseman Elizabeth Martin drove in two runners with a two-out single.  

  • Breds drop first game 7-5 to Pendleton County Tuesday

    The Harrison County Thorobreds lost for the first time in 2015 Tuesday night to the Pendleton County Wildcats, 7-5, in Falmouth.  
    Wildcat senior hurler Josh Brown went the distance for the win striking out six, walking one and allowing eight base hits.  
    His teammates played very suspect defense committing six errors, but the Wildcats still managed a victory.
    The Thorobreds struck for two runs in the top of the first on a base hit by Noah Mitchell, a walk to Luke Slucher and a single by Zach Day.  

  • HCHS band is distinguished at state assessment

    The Harrison County High School Concert Band attended the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) Concert Band Assessment on Tuesday, March 24. They performed in the EKU Center for the Arts in Richmond.
    The band is given a rating by four different judges:  three who adjudicate the prepared pieces, and one who judges the band as it sight reads a piece it has never seen before.
    The band received a distinguished rating, the highest rating, from all four judges.

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  • Honor Roll

    The Eastside Elementary Honor Roll for the third term includes:
    Fourth Grade
    Jaydon Abbott, Christian Barnett, Brooke Bennett, Christian Brown, Jaelyn Camacho, Barton Chasteen, Kylar Childress, Makayla Cole, Madison Cox, James Dailey, Lincoln Darrell, Dylan Duckworth, Justin Duncan, Bethany Franklin, Alicia Fryman, Allison Fryman, Amber Fryman;

  • Honor Roll

    The Southside Elementary Honor Roll for the third nine weeks includes:
    Fourth Grade
    *Jordan Banks, Jadan Durban, *Taylor Fryman, Dason Herrington, *J.D. Kendall, *Landon Love, Dani Martin, Mason Moore, Nathan Nickerson, Devon Richardson, *Aurorabella Ridenour, Ashton  Roach, Destiny Roach, Brett Ruppee, *Kyla Soard, *Jaime Lynn Timmons, Seth Tipton, D.J. Wilson, Tiffany Wood, Lexi Workman;