Today's News

  • HCHS Bowling
  • Kentucky Elks State Hoop Shoot
  • HCMS Colts Basketball
  • Sumpter finishes first over-all, archers do well in Region 8 Tournament

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Freshman Kennedy Sumpter scored 26 tens and four nines as she totaled 296 to win the high school girls’ division of the Region 8 Archery Tournament, Saturday.  Sumpter was the highest scoring female at the meet on Saturday.
    The Harrison County High School team shot a team total of 3264. Kory Beth Whitehead shot 281 and Gunner Bryan 275 which were their highest scores to date.

  • Sports Beats

    Indoor track begins:
    Fillies at Mason, Shelby
    Coach Danny Simpson and a few of the Harrison County track team members have begun the 2018 indoor season.  The weather, as usual, has played havoc with early preparation but two girls competed this weekend.   
    Hannah Creech ran in the opening Mason County indoor event Saturday and finished sixth in the 400M dash in 1:10.87.  Twin sister Haley was in Shelby County participating in the pole vault in the meet there.  She cleared 8 feet-6.25 inches in her first meet of the season.

  • Marshall 10th Region Coach of the Year; Kellione and Morris named All Region

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Harrison County’s turn-around in basketball is not going unnoticed in the 10th Region in 2017-18. Coach Kim Furnish Marshall was selected by her peers as the 2017-18 Coach of the Year in the Tenth Region. Her players were also recognized by the Tenth Region coaches.

  • Some great young people

    The Scholastic Ball Report is on CW station each Sunday at noon. Last week, two Harrison County student-athletes were featured on the show with host Gary Ball.  
    Fillies senior Christy Adams and Thorobred senior Alex Midden visited the show as top student athletes in the area.  
    Adams sports a 3.7 GPA and plans to attend Northern Kentucky University next fall to study to become a nurse.  She has already taken some preliminary nursing subjects through the Licking Valley college which has included some hands-on experience.  

  • Sports This Week

    Fillies Basketball
    Friday, Feb. 16 vs. Montgomery Co. (H) G/B DH  6 PM.
    Monday, Feb. 19 First Round of 38th District Tournament at Pendleton Co.
    Fillies vs. Robertson Co. 6 PM

    Breds Basketball
    Friday, Feb. 16 vs. Montgomery Co. (H) G/B DH  8 PM
    Tuesday, Feb. 20 First Round of 38th District Tournament at Pendleton Co.
    Thorobreds vs. Nicholas Co. 7 PM

    Friday/Saturday, Feb. 16/17 at Alltech Arena, Lexington
    State Tournament

  • Breds win at Mason County, drop three of four contests

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Sandwiched between some disturbing losses was a big win for the Harrison County Thorobreds at Mason County Friday night.  In a game played on the Fieldhouse floor which is the home of the 10th Region tournament the Breds took advantage of some late, sloppy play by the Royals to pull out a 61-57 win.  

  • Fillies win at Woodford, lose at Mason, rout Bourbon on Saturday

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies improved their season record to 22-5 last week as they won two of three games. The Monday game with Augusta was cancelled so the Fillies next action will be Friday in the girl/boy doubleheader on the Hilltop with Montgomery County.
    Wednesday evening the Fillies traveled to Versailles to play the Lady Yellowjackets of the 11th Region. The homestanding Lady Jackets feature 6’3” sophomore center Delaney Enlow along with solid senior guard Peyton Rose.