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Today's Sports

  • Cross Country
  • He was a great man

    Even though the Breds are 0-5 and face Highlands this week there were still some positive things that happened on the Hilltop Friday.  
    First though before I go into that, I want to congratulate Jerry Dawson on his hole in one Sunday.  
    I was surprised that this was Jerry’s first hole in one since he is a good player and plays often.  I saw on Facebook Sunday afternoon that Jerry made the shot and since I planned to play anyway made it to the Cynthiana Country Club in time for a free drink.  

  • Marshall named NFL fitness...

    Clif Marshall, performance director at Ignition Performance Group in Cincinnati, has signed a contract with the NFL to become the fitness ambassador for the NFL Up Program.  
    The NFL Up Program invites fans to get fit like their favorite player.  

  • Sports beat

    Harrison County Cross Country
    competes in Berea Invitational
    Members of the Harrison County High School cross country team and the Harrison County Middle School team ran in the Berea Invitational Saturday morning.  
    The HCMS teams had enough runners to compete for the team title with the girls coming in fifth and the boys sixth.

  • JV Breds conquer Indians Monday...

    Harrison County’s offensive line dominated the line of scrimmage and the defense picked off two passes and recovered three fumbles in route to a 36-0 win over Montgomery County Monday night.  
    The first quarter’s first drive saw Malik Powell romp over and around the defense as he ran 35 yards for a touchdown.  

  • Yellow Jackets fly past Breds on...

    If the game was only the first and fourth quarters, the Harrison County Thorobreds would have been in the thick of it Friday.  
    After the No. 3-ranked Williamsburg Yellow Jackets scored twice in the first two minutes of the game, Mark Taylor hit Colin Coy with a long touchdown throw to apparently bring the Breds within one score. However, a penalty for hitting a defenseless player was called on Harrison County.  
    This penalty, which appeared to many to be a dead ball foul, was called as a live ball foul and took the points off of the score board.  

  • Homecoming Court
  • Score 'N' More
  • Score 'N' More
  • Thorobreds lose to Lexington...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team fell to 3-6-1 last Thursday when they lost, 3-0, to Lexington Catholic.  
    After only trailing 1-nil at the half, the Thorobreds gave up the second goal when the defense let an unmarked player score while the goal was under heavy pressure.  
    It was only five minutes later that the third goal was scored when a loose ball in front of the net was booted in by a Knight attacker.  
    The Breds had multiple chances on goal but could not connect.