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Today's Sports

  • Fillies fall to Scott High...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Harrison County’s volleyball Fillies ran into one of the state’s top teams Thursday night and came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision.  
    The Scott High Lady Eagles improved to 26-8 with the 10-25, 14-25 straight set win.  Junior Kelly Franxman was the leader for Scott with multiple kills as she lifted her 6’3” frame over the net for several slams.  

  • Sports Beat

    Harrison County beats
    Bourbon JV/frosh
    Monday night was what Harrison County fans hope was a preview of this Friday as the junior varsity/freshman team defeated their Bourbon County counterparts, 20-8.  
    The Breds scored two rushing touchdowns and one by air to outscore the Colonels. Tyler Watts caught a touchdown throw from Quentin Pratt. Pratt and Keondre Powell each ran for a score for the Breds.  Dylan Lewis picked off a pass from Bourbon County for the Breds’ defense.
    HCMS basketball Fillies end season

  • Fillies win district with 6-0...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Fillies played in Mason County Wednesday but it felt like a home game as the Fillies were home on the scoreboard and mastered the game like they were playing at home.  
    The match on paper appeared to be fairly even but the only thing even was that both teams started with eleven players.

  • Sports This Week

    Oct. 19- Oct. 26

    Football
    Friday, Oct. 21 vs. Bourbon Co. Senior Night 7:30 PM
    Monday, Oct. 24 Freshman Championship

    Cross Country
    Thursday, Oct. 20 Harrison Co. Invitational Cynthiana CC

    Fillies Soccer
    Tenth Region Tournament (H)
    Wednesday, Oct. 19 vs. winner of Bourbon Co./Brossart   6 PM
    Saturday, Oct. 22 Regional Championship 2 PM

    Fillies Volleyball
    38th District Tournament (H)
    Thursday, Oct. 20  Championship  6 PM

  • Fillies roll into district...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County volleyball Fillies won their 30th game of the year with a three-set win over Robertson County Tuesday evening.  
    The Fillies won 25-8, 25-12, and 25-15 over the Lady Devils in the opening game of the 38th District tournament played on the Hilltop.  
    Robertson County finished the season with an 11-18 record while the Fillies advance with a 30-6 mark.

  • Extra waterfowl blind drawing...

    Doug Travis Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Hickman and Carlisle counties will hold a special quota hunt for one blind accessible by mobility-impaired hunters.
    This opportunity became available after the publication deadline of the current Kentucky Hunting Guide for Waterfowl. It is not listed with the other mobility impaired quota hunts cited in the guide.

  • Sports This Week

    Oct. 12 – Oct. 19

     

    Football

    Monday, Oct. 17 vs. Bourbon Co. (H) FR/JV 6 PM

     

    Fillies Soccer

    Wednesday, Oct. 12 vs. Mason Co. at Mason Co. 5:30 PM

    38th District Championship

     

    Volleyball

  • Middle school eighth grade...

    Mike Aldridge,

    Sports Writer

    hoosiers49@gmail.com

     

    The HCMS eighth grade Fillies defeated Scott Middle Tuesday night in the first round of the Bluegrass Conference tournament, 37-28, on the Hilltop.  

    The Fillies now advance to play favorite Elkhorn Middle School on their home floor Thursday at 6 PM.  

    Kendall Box led the Fillies with 17 points with Elizabeth Allison also in double figures with 12.  

  • HCMS Colts Football
  • The old school spirit

    I remember when my alma mater, Tell City High School, went to the Final Four in the Indiana State Basketball tournament.  

    There were somewhere around 950 students in our school so the size was somewhat comparable to Harrison County High School.  

    This was in 1961 when I was 12 years old and by far the youngest child in the high school.  I was really in the sixth grade but I thought I would see if you were reading along.