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Today's Sports

  • Bowlers tackle ambitious...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    Coaches Petey Reynolds, Dennis Hyatt and Frazier Fryman have two seniors on each the Thorobreds and Fillies bowling teams but that didn’t stop them from scheduling a tough season for their squads.  Hyatt and Fryman work mainly with the Fillies while Reynolds handles the Thorobreds.  

  • Why even bother with a...

    Last Thursday the Harrison County Middle School sixth grade team jumped ahead at the half by a 17-0 score over Powell County. At the end of the first quarter I turned to the lady sitting next to me and said, “If they were really concerned about school work, they would stop this game and start the next one. That way the kids could get home at a reasonable hour on a school night. After all, Powell County will not score 10 points for the whole game.”

  • HCMS Colts play at Powell County...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    The Harrison County eighth grade Colts remained undefeated after playing Powell and Bourbon counties last week.
    The Harrison County Middle School teams played at Powell County on Thursday and hosted Bourbon County on Monday night.
    The seventh grade team remained winless and the sixth grade posted an even record for the year.
    The sixth grade made quick and easy work of Powell County on Thursday, jumping out to a 17-0 halftime score and breezing to a 29-8 win.

  • Wrestlers have success in Perry...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    Coach Luke Tucker took his highly regarded Harrison County wrestling team to Hazard Saturday to compete in the scrimmage at Perry County Central. “This was a good opportunity for us (the coaches) to get our new guys their first taste of live action, said Coach Tucker. It allowed us to see what the wrestlers are retaining and what we need to cover before we get into the real season.”

  • HCHS holds “Meet the Fillies and...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    Friday evening at 6 p.m. the Harrison County High School Athletic Department held the annual Meet the Fillies and Breds in the high school gym. Fillies head basketball coach Kim Furnish was the emcee of the evening and she began by thanking everyone for coming out to support the athletes for the winter sports. The gym was about one third full with the athletes and the fans that were in attendance.

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    Meet the Fillies and Breds Friday
    Meet the Fillies and Breds Friday at 6 PM on the Hilltop
    The Harrison County High School basketball Fillies and Breds will be in exhibition Friday night at 6 p.m. as they prepare to open the 2014-15 season.  
    The bowling, wrestling, archery and dance teams along with the band and cheerleaders have also been invited to attend.    

  • Is it up to the NFL?

    Adrian Peterson has been suspended for the remainder of the 2014-15 season by the National Football League for not upholding the league’s player conduct rules.  
    He joins Ray Rice as the two players whose non-drug-related, off-field actions have prevented them from playing at all this season.  
    One big difference in the punishment of the two players is that Peterson, until now, has been paid while Rice has not.  

  • Thorobreds football holds 2014...

    The Harrison County High School football team held its season-ending banquet Thursday evening in the high school cafeteria.   
    The event was emceed by WCYN radio sportscaster Jim Swinford and featured a meal prepared by B&B Catering.  
    Dr. Rick Arnold, HCHS graduate and super booster, was the guest speaker for the banquet.  
    Arnold reminisced about the history of Cynthiana and Harrison County sports dating back to the community schools such as Oddville and Sunrise to the current schools on the Hilltop.