Today's News

  • Bowling Results

    Cynthiana Business 10/12/16
    1 Premier Carpet Cleaning W 21.0/L 7.0
    2 Man On W 20.0/L 8.0
    3 Galactic Alley W 19.0/L 9.0
    4 Wachter Roofing W 16.0/L 12.0
    5 D’s Nutz W 16.0/L 12.0
    6 Houdini Diesel W 15.0/L 13.0
    7 Colmansville Store & Grill W 14.0/L 14.0
    8 Legacy Log & Timber W 13.0/L 15.0
    9 CW’s Crew W 13.0/L 15.0
    10 Hisle Motorsports W 13.0/L 15.0
    11 Sports Unlimited W 12.0/L 16.0
    12 B/L Dry W 12.0/L 16.0
    13 Double O W 8.0/L 20.0

  • Tennis Signing
  • Odds and ends

    There is a segment now and then on Mike and Mike when they end each story with “Come on man!”  I have an item that would fit in that segment for this week.
    It seems that a couple of weeks ago when our soccer Breds were playing at Mason County, action got a little out of hand.  
    Some of the players were in discord but nothing that the officials could not take care of in their regular duties.  
    But some Mason County parents jumped the fence to get out onto the field to try to “help” none-the-less.

  • Fillies fall to Scott High Thursday to end regular season at 29-6

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    Harrison County’s volleyball Fillies ran into one of the state’s top teams Thursday night and came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision.  
    The Scott High Lady Eagles improved to 26-8 with the 10-25, 14-25 straight set win.  Junior Kelly Franxman was the leader for Scott with multiple kills as she lifted her 6’3” frame over the net for several slams.  

  • Sports Beat

    Harrison County beats
    Bourbon JV/frosh
    Monday night was what Harrison County fans hope was a preview of this Friday as the junior varsity/freshman team defeated their Bourbon County counterparts, 20-8.  
    The Breds scored two rushing touchdowns and one by air to outscore the Colonels. Tyler Watts caught a touchdown throw from Quentin Pratt. Pratt and Keondre Powell each ran for a score for the Breds.  Dylan Lewis picked off a pass from Bourbon County for the Breds’ defense.
    HCMS basketball Fillies end season

  • Fillies win district with 6-0 victory over Mason County

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County Fillies played in Mason County Wednesday but it felt like a home game as the Fillies were home on the scoreboard and mastered the game like they were playing at home.  
    The match on paper appeared to be fairly even but the only thing even was that both teams started with eleven players.

  • Possible drug dealer arrested

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer

    Another possible drug dealer is off the streets, following the Oct. 12 arrest of Paul Levart, Jr.
    Levart was stopped about 3:30 p.m. last Wednesday at the round-about and was arrested and charged with trafficking in a controlled substance heroin) and tampering with physical evidence.
    He also had an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to pay child support. The arrest warrant for flagrant non-support says Levart has arrearage of over $32,000.

  • Sports This Week

    Oct. 19- Oct. 26

    Friday, Oct. 21 vs. Bourbon Co. Senior Night 7:30 PM
    Monday, Oct. 24 Freshman Championship

    Cross Country
    Thursday, Oct. 20 Harrison Co. Invitational Cynthiana CC

    Fillies Soccer
    Tenth Region Tournament (H)
    Wednesday, Oct. 19 vs. winner of Bourbon Co./Brossart   6 PM
    Saturday, Oct. 22 Regional Championship 2 PM

    Fillies Volleyball
    38th District Tournament (H)
    Thursday, Oct. 20  Championship  6 PM

  • Fillies roll into district championship with straight set win over Robertson County

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer

    The Harrison County volleyball Fillies won their 30th game of the year with a three-set win over Robertson County Tuesday evening.  
    The Fillies won 25-8, 25-12, and 25-15 over the Lady Devils in the opening game of the 38th District tournament played on the Hilltop.  
    Robertson County finished the season with an 11-18 record while the Fillies advance with a 30-6 mark.

  • Extra waterfowl blind drawing set for mobility-impaired hunters; Department will accept applications Nov. 1-15

    Doug Travis Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Hickman and Carlisle counties will hold a special quota hunt for one blind accessible by mobility-impaired hunters.
    This opportunity became available after the publication deadline of the current Kentucky Hunting Guide for Waterfowl. It is not listed with the other mobility impaired quota hunts cited in the guide.