Today's News

  • Fillies even record with 9-5 win at Fleming County Tuesday

    The Harrison County Fillies took advantage of timely hitting, some Fleming County wildness and some good pitching to defeat the Lady Panthers 9-5 in Flemingsburg Tuesday night.
    The game was played on a rough infield as the recent rain left many central Kentucky fields water logged.  
    The home-standing Lady Panthers struck first against Harrison County starter and winning pitcher Bailey Conley. They scored twice in the first inning.  

  • Harrison County tennis host tri-meet Saturday

    The Harrison County tennis team played host to Mason County and George Rogers Clark Saturday on the Hilltop.  
    The Breds lost 1-4 to George Rogers Clark and 1-4 to Mason County as both opponents were veteran experienced teams.
    Jacob Markley was the only winner for the Thorobreds defeating Laz Wilkerson in the George Rogers Clark match 6-2, 7-5.
    Boston Pergram dropped his match to Colby Becker, 0-6, 0-6, while Matt Seevers lost to Max Halfeb, 2-6, 2-6.  

  • Breds win 10th game with win over Wildcats

    Coach Mac Whitaker stood only three wins away from 1,000 after last Wednesday’s 8-3 win over the Bath County Wildcats on the Hilltop.  
    This win came late as the teams were close at 3-2 in favor of the Breds before the Thorobreds put three on the board in the fifth and two more in the sixth for the victory.  
    Freshman starter Nathan Fryman along with senior Jordan Riley and sophomore Austin Reffett combined to allow seven hits while striking out nine Bath County batters and walking three.  

  • HCHS basketball signing
  • Sports beat

    Breds drop two
    in Mississippi
    The Mississippi baseball trip did not go as well as hoped for the Harrison County Thorobreds as the now 10-5 Breds dropped two games in the whirlwind southern tour.  
    Harrison County lost to D’lberville 8-7 on Saturday and was swept 10-0 by Gulfport Monday.  

  • The National League; St. Louis, Los Angeles and the rest

    The way that I figure the National League will come down to the same two teams that it did last year -- The Cardinals and the Dodgers.  This of course is barring injuries of catastrophic proportion to either of them.  
    The Eastern Division will have three teams battling for the one playoff spot that the division will earn.  
    The Phillies have the largest payroll in the division but are also faced with an aging lineup. The exception there is center fielder Ben Revere from Lexington. They will have to be lucky with the injury bug.  

  • New Drivers

    Taylor Brooke Schreiber, Jesse Waldon Klapheke, Catrina Ann Shepherd, Raziel Lopez, Eddie Strong, Caitlin T. Harney, Mark Taylor, Tanisha Ellen Fletcher, Kiah Moss, Madison Roberts, Kimee Moss, Max Gilliam.

  • Pinwheel Parade

    Taden Cracraft, Jonah Cockrell and Addlee Miles led the New Beginnings Day Care’s pinwheel parade last Wednesday in front of Harrison County High School. The parade was in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Pinwheels for Prevention campaign.

  • Cynthiana Police Department

    Case reports
    March 16 --At 12:26 a.m., John Gross, 306 N. Poplar St., reported that three juveniles had thrown eggs at his front storm door. The juveniles were located and taken back to Gross’ residence to clean the egg off the door.

  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department

    Traffic Cases
    March 27 -- At 3:44 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on US 62 W two miles from the city. Rebecca Harris of Duckworth Lane was rear-ended at the roundabout by a truck driven by Kaz McKinney of New Albany, Mo.
    March 30 -- At 3:49 p.m., a non-injury accident occurred on Shadynook Pike three miles from the city limits. Eddie Holmes of Peachtree Drive was traveling west on Shadynook when he eased to the shoulder to make way for traffic coming in the opposite direction. He struck a culvert wall and damaged his car.