Fall sports at Harrison County High School will be getting started in earnest in the next week and hopes are high for a good season for each sport.
Golf has already had several matches with the boys playing well at times and not so well others. The girls, with only four players, have also been inconsistent. However in their last outing they played very well.
The soccer Breds are looking to rebound from an up-and-down year that ended on a sour note with a district loss to Mason County.
The Harrison County cross country coach, Deanna Lunsford, knows that she graduated one runner from last year. That was her daughter Tamara. What she doesn’t know for sure is exactly how many runners she will have this season.
Sign ups for cross country are being accepted through Aug. 22, so Lunsford expects more competitors to step up.
The Harrison County Fillies golf team traveled to Grant County to play in the Grant County Invitational, along with a number of teams from the northern part of the state. Ryle won the event with 328 and Notre Dame was second with 349.
The Harrison County girls did not have enough to participate in the team competition, but had three girls participate as individuals.