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Today's News

  • Breds offense offensive in 14-0 loss to Holmes Friday

    Forty-four total yards and five first downs will not win many if any games. Yet that was the total output for the Harrison County Thorobreds Friday night in the homecoming battle with the Covington Holmes Bulldogs.
    Homecoming Queen Kaitlyn Gooden and King Todd Vaughn ruled over the Friday night festivities that featured improved play for the Thorobreds, especially defensively, but in the end the Breds could not score and the Bulldogs scored twice.

  • HCHS Homecoming Pep Rally
  • Volleyball season ends, Fillies drop 3-1 verdict to Lady Cats

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team ended the season with a 14-18 record as they fell three sets to one to Pendleton County Tuesday night.  
    The opening round of the 38th District hosted, by Harrison County, first saw Deming defeat Nicholas County, 3-1, as the Lady Black Devils advance to the district championship game while the Lady Cats followed by defeating the Fillies, 3-1, as well.  

  • Thorobreds spank Royals 6-nil, face Wildcats in district final Thursday

    “We got off to a slow start but quickly realized that Mason County was fighting for their life,” noted soccer Coach Nick Hill following the Thorobreds victory. “We then stop trying to force the ball inside and passed better which led to easy goals.”
    The fact of the matter came quickly to Harrison County as senior stalwart Kyle Foster scored the first of his three goals on the night with an assist from Logan Wiley while 36:45 still remained in the first half.  

  • Sports beat

    Fillies end soccer regular season
    with a win and a tie, District Wednesday
    The Harrison County Fillies soccer team finished the season with a victory over district rival Pendleton County and a tie with Lafayette as they ready themselves to begin district play Wednesday in Maysville.  

  • Some things are left better off not posted

    Recently tragedy struck Harrison County when a 14-year-old girl took her life.
    While the details of the incident are not all that important at this time, thoughts and prayers go out to those friends and family members who will forever be burdened with the untimely loss.
    As for my main point of this week’s column, I would like to focus toward what I feel continues to be an ongoing issue among society.
    This week I unfortunately came across a rather lengthy and pointless discussion thread on Facebook.

  • UK should follow Notre Dame’s lead

    A few weeks ago, The University of Notre Dame established a set up with the Atlantic Coast Conference that was a great deal for them as they get to have their cake and eat it too, so to speak.  
    The South Bend Indiana University will play all sports in the ACC with the exception of football in which they will remain independent playing five games against ACC opponents, but not being involved in the conference rankings.  
    What a sweet deal for the Irish.  

  • Harrison eighth graders roll at Clark, seventh loses

    The Harrison County Middle School seventh grade Colts lost against Clark Middle on Thursday night 24-8 in a game that opened with the home team running back the opening kick off for a score.  
    The seventh grade squad was out-manned in this game as the Clark Middle team featured some big, fast runners and a huge line.  
    Coaches Randolph Thomas and Eric Reed’s charges did not give up though as after trailing 24-0 at the half, they came back and held Clark Middle scoreless in the final half.  

  • Harrison County cross country runners have solid outing in Coaches Classic

    Sixth Grader Zach Getting finished second of 52 runners in the Boys Grade Six and under division to highlight a good day overall for the Harrison County Cross Country team in the George Rogers Clark Coaches Classic Meet in Winchester on Saturday.  
    Getting’s fellow sixth grader Corey Wagoner also ran in this race finishing 42nd.
    The varsity boys team was fifth of the 13 teams in their classification with junior Grant Carr leading the way with a 13th place finish of the 94 runners.  
    Carr covered the 5000M in 18:29.  

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