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Today's News

  • Bluegrass Conference championship belongs to HCMS Fillies again

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    For the second straight season the championship match of the Bluegrass Conference came down to Royal Springs and Harrison County.  
    Monday’s match in Grant County, like last year, came down to penalty kicks after regular time and the overtime had been played,  and like last year the Harrison County Middle School Fillies were victorious, winning with three penalty kicks to two for Royal Springs.

  • Track teams wrap up regular season with wins on Thursday

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Fillies and Thorobreds track teams finished the regular season strong last week with a good performance at Scott County and victories in an eight-team meet on the Hilltop.
    Tuesday, on a cool and windy afternoon, the Fillies were fifth of twelve teams in the Scott County All Comers meet.  

  • Five Fillies advance to tennis region quarterfinals

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    On the next available day when weather permits five Fillies will do battle in the region tennis quarterfinals with a chance to advance to play in the state tournament at UK beginning on May 19.
    Alexis Lanza and Andrea Gil who have been the number one doubles team this season will match up against a duo from Bourbon County.  
    The Dunaway sisters, Sara and Melony, will face a Campbell County pair with the same chance to advance to the state tournament.  

  • Fence of Fame, Alumni Night is Friday on the Hilltop

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The annual Alumni Night with the Fence of Fame presentations is scheduled for Friday night, May 12, when the Breds face the Bellevue Tigers of the Ninth Region.  
    The Alumni Night festivities include former players participating in a modified home run derby and batting practice. All former players are encouraged to come up and take a few swings. Coach Mac Whitaker assures batters that pitches will be down the middle at a reasonable speed.  

  • Sports Beats

    Coach Mac Whitaker Baseball
    Camp scheduled for June 12-15
    Hall of Fame baseball coach Mac Whitaker will hold his annual baseball camp for ages six through 14 beginning Monday, June 12 and finishing on Thursday June 15.  
    The cost is $75 per camper. A camper should wear appropriate baseball attire, shoes, hat and bring a glove. The camp will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. daily.  

  • Fillies split Saturday, fall to Bourbon County Monday 9-5

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Fillies ran into some really good softball teams on Saturday and Monday as they lost two of three during that span to bring their season record to 15-7.  
    In the first game of the triangle tournament, held on Shirley Field, the Fillies picked up two singles in the bottom of the first after Pikeville had scored four times in the top of the inning.  

  • Mattox signing
  • Bowling Results

    Adult/Youth 5/2/17
    1 Spare Me 4.0/L 0
    2 Team 2 3.5/L 0.5
    3 4 Amigos 3.0/L 1.0
    4 Split Happens 2.0/L 2.0
    5 Gutt/L er Done 2.0/L 2.0
    6 Team 9 2.0/L 2.0
    7 Team 10 2.0/L 2.0
    8 Pickett Up 1.0/L 3.0
    9 Team 1 0.5/L 3.5

  • New Drivers

    NEW DRIVERS
    Sheldon Cole Baxter, Sierra Ecklar, Kaylee Hernandez, Alyssa Kipela, Morgan Sumpter, Stacey Shipley, Brian Merriman, Hunter Florence, Jason Crump, Makenzie Hopkins, Amanda Gilley, Corbit Tolson.

  • Cynthiana Police Report

    CYNTHIANA POLICE REPORT
    Arrests, Citations, Warnings
    April 30 -- Jason Earley (Early), 39, was arrested on Old Lair Road for disorderly conduct-second and alcohol intoxication.
    May 2 -- Morris A. Barnes, 45, was issued a citation for owner permit vicious dog to run at large on Robynwood Drive.
    May 3 -- Ashley N. Kiskaden, 21, was arrested on an execution of warrant on Court Street in Harrison County.