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Today's Sports

  • Soccer Breds lose to Newport CC...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team lost a tough battle Thursday night to the state’s 17th ranked team in Newport Central Catholic, 1-0, on what would have to be pure bad luck.  
    Playing on a wet field for the first time this season, the Thorobreds’ goal keeper, Christian Carey, slipped coming out of goal to field a ball and the visiting team kicked one in for the game’s only point.  

  • HCMS harriers compete in...

    The Harrison County Middle School Cross Country team traveled to Frankfort on Wednesday last week and participated in the Frankfort Middle School’s All Comers Meet.  
    The nine-team boys’ and seven-team for girls’ meet featured middle schools from Frankfort, Lexington, Lawrenceburg and Versailles as well as the Harrison County team.  
    The girls’ team saw Sierra Ecklar, once again, finish near the front as she was 11th of the 90 runners in the 1500M run.  

  • Fillies sweep volleyball matches...

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team won two matches this week with straight set wins over Grant County Monday and George Rogers Clark Tuesday night.
    Monday night the Fillies played as well as they have in a while, according to Coach Bill Faulkner.  
    “We played with more confidence and with more focus than we had for a while.,” said the veteran coach.

  • Baseball is wrapping up regular...

    For those of us who are Major League Baseball fans this is the most exciting time of the year.  Pennant races are into the last week and this year we have both American and National League wild cards going down to the wire.  
    The division winners are almost all secured with four of the six divisions locked up and the other two nearly won as well.  
    The two Central divisions are still up for grabs with Detroit and St. Louis holding an edge going into the last week.

  • Breds return to form with 1-0...

    After the loss in Winchester on Tuesday, Sept. 17, traveling to Sayre on Thursday was not considered to be a good thing since the Spartans owned a win over George Rogers Clark in a match that was played only a week or so before.  
    However, Coach Nick Hill was able to inspire his players with the prospect and the Thorobreds grabbed a 1-0 win in Lexington.
    This match was played earlier in the evening than most and with no junior varsity since the Sayre facility is without lights.  

  • Fillies wallop Wolverines 4-0,...

    Using a prolific corner kick offense, the Harrison County Fillies defeated the Western Hills Lady Wolverines 4-0 Wednesday night in the Athletic Complex.  
    It was a dual win for the Fillies as the junior varsity began the night with a 1-0 win over Western Hills as Lexie Fryman scored with 9:04 left in the first half and the defense led by keeper Olivia Partin held off the junior varsity Lady Wolverines.

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  • Sports beat

    Thorobreds golfers finish season
    with wins over Paris, Nicholas County
    The Harrison County Thorobreds golf team finished its regular season with wins over Paris in Cynthiana and Nicholas County at Carnico.
    On Thursday the golfers played host to Paris at the Cynthiana Country Club. This afternoon belonged to the Thorobreds as they won a 37-stroke victory over the Greyhounds.  

  • Bourbon County runs past Breds...

    “We just could not tackle them,” said Harrison County High school football coach Jim Carr. “They just ran through our tackles, which made for a long night.”
    For the third opponent in a row, the Harrison County Thorobreds’ defense could not keep the other team from scoring on a consistent basis as the Bourbon County Colonels rushed for 253 yards and five touchdowns and threw for three more in a 64-21 rout of the Thorobreds.  

  • Thorobreds fall to Royals Friday...

    “I thought that we were farther along than this,” said a visibly disappointed Harrison County Football Coach Jim Carr. “They ran all over us.”
    Carr’s remarks came after the 41-19 loss to Mason County Friday night in the Athletic Complex before a really good Homecoming crowd that saw Caylin Mattox and Jacob Markley crowned queen and king.