Today's Sports

  • Would you go to the Olympics?

    The 2016 Olympics scheduled for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in August is fast becoming an almost irrelevant event.  

    Many of the top athletes are choosing not to go for various reasons with golfer Jordan Spieth the latest to announce that he was not going to participate.  

    The main reason is the Zika virus, but there are other “health concerns.”  

  • Sports Beat

    Season kick off 

    for Cross Country is Monday

    Harrison County High School and Middle School Cross Country coach Deanna Lunsford will hold the team’s first meeting Monday evening. The meeting will be in the Athletic Complex at 6 p.m.   

    Students who are in grades 6 through 12 are encouraged to attend along with their parents. This is an informational meeting, which will be important to both runners and parents.  All athletes who plan to run need to bring an up-to-date physical form.

  • Elks upset Lions in tournament...

    After breezing through the regular season undefeated, the Lions ran into a hot Elks team and lost the tournament championship 15-2 Thursday night at  River Road Park. 

    The Elks had defeated the Fighters 11-0 in the first round of the tournament and finished the season with a 7-4 record.

  • Bowling results

    Tuesday Adult Youth 7/5/16


    OMG Rookies W 27.0/L 13.0

    The Bowling Stones W 24.0/L 16.0

    Gutter Mindz W 24.0/L 16.0

    Rolling Thunder W 20.0/L 20.0

    NOS INC. W 19.0/L 21.0

    We Love C.A.K.E. W 19.0/L 21.0

    Corny 4 W 17.0/L 23.0


  • Combs named head coach at...

    Lee Kendall,

    News Writer



    A Harrison County man was recently named head coach of the Georgetown University (Ky.) Fishing Team.

    Shawn Combs, 38, can hardly contain his excitement over being placed in charge of the Georgetown anglers.

    “This is just unreal,” Combs said in an interview on Tuesday. “I am just beside myself. This is a great opportunity and I am just so excited.”

  • Recap of a week of mistakes plus...

    We just returned from a mini vacation to Williamsburg, Virginia, where I had time to contemplate just how old and forgetful that I am getting.  

    Before I start, let me say that if poor behavior and rudeness was a sport some of the people that I observed during our trip would be world class.  But since it isn’t a sport, I will skip over that.

    The Joe Mooney Invitational was just completed at the Cynthiana Country Club and apparently I butchered the scores that I reported.  

  • Cynthiana Country Club 2016 June...

    6/7/16                      BEST 9 or BEST 5    

    18 Holers: Donna Jacobs 38 9 Holers: Laura Wachter 18

    Barbara Snopek 42 Layne McIlvain 21

    Kay Cox 20

    Kelly Kendall 20


    6/14/16                       TEE to GREEN      

  • Sports Beat

    Kendall’s youth basketball camp 

    is next week

    Harrison County High School’s Head Basketball Coach Larry Kendall will host his annual youth basketball camp beginning next Monday July 11. The camp will be held in the gym at the Harrison County Middle School.  

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  • Coach-pitch champs