Today's News

  • Breds rip Cougars, 84-35, Tuesday night in Covington

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved to 4-1 on the season as they roared past a short-handed Calvary Christian Cougar squad, 84-35, in Covington Tuesday.  
    Calvary Christian was playing without two starters who were suspended for reasons not disclosed following Monday night’s first win of the season over Silver Grove.  
    The loss left the Cougars with a 1-5 record for the season.

  • HCMS Colts
  • Fillies drop Monday night visit to Brossart, 63-30

    The Bishop Brossart Lady Mustangs spotted the Harrison County Fillies an early 5-2 lead before scoring 17 of the next 20 points to run past the visiting Fillies, 63-30, Monday night in Alexandria.  
    Bishop Brossart (5-1) returned all starters from last year’s region team and they never let up as they ran to a 39-14 score at the half.  
    The Lady Mustangs defense pressure forced the out-manned Fillies to 18 first-half turnovers, 30 for the game, while only committing six miscues all night.  

  • Thorobreds roll past Bluejackets, 71-48

    The second half of the girl/boy doubleheader Friday night was a rough and tumble affair as it seems something about the Thorobreds makes others want to foul them.  
    The game was closer than it might have been though as the Breds for the first time this year struggled from the line making only 15 of the 35 attempts that they were awarded.  
    The pace of the game and the emotion of playing a district rival were part of the problem in the mind of Coach Larry Kendall.  

  • HCMS volleyball
  • The spirit of the season

    The Christmas Season is fast approaching and in basketball that means holiday tournaments.  
    Both the Fillies and Thorobreds are participating and, of course, they are playing at the same time in places far from each other.  
    This fact makes it very difficult to cover for both WCYN and the Cynthiana Democrat but fortunately the coaches give us a lot of help with facts and figures.  
    It is our intention to cover all sports as fairly as we can but when there is one of us it sometimes becomes a challenge.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • Fillies’ struggles continue in double overtime loss to Nicholas County

    The Harrison County Fillies continued to struggle as they dropped a tough double overtime game on Friday to Nicholas County and then were beat by Lexington Christian Academy on Saturday night.
    The Nicholas County game was the opener of the girl/boy doubleheader with the neighbors to the east on Friday night in Carlisle.  
    As one might expect for a double overtime game, it was close throughout until the fourth period the Fillies were in the lead and at one point had a 12-point advantage.  

  • Rec Department

    Signups for youth basketball
    next three Saturdays
    Recreation Basketball News
    The Cynthiana/Harrison County Recreation Department has announced that sign ups for the 2013 youth basketball league will be held the next three Saturdays. The sign ups will be in the truck bay of the Cynthiana Fire Department at City Hall from 9 a.m. until noon through Saturday, Dec. 15.  

  • Sports beat

    Wrestling Thorobreds second in
    five-team Montgomery Duals
    Coach Luke Tucker summed up the day when he said, “The team did better than expected with all the injuries and sickness.”
    This was after a depleted Harrison County squad led by youngsters Michael Maddox and Colin Coy had worked their way to a second place finish in Mt. Sterling Saturday. Five starters were missing from the Thorobreds’ line up when the day began due to illness or injuries.