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Today's Sports

  • Score 'N' More
  • Sports beat

    Harrison County hunter education
    safety course to be offered
    A safe hunter education class will be held May 14, 15 and 16 at the Harrison County Extension Office. The course is sponsored by the Department of Kentucky Fish and Wildlife and taught by state certified Harrison County volunteer instructors. The 10-hour class is free of charge and open to the public. All course materials are furnished for the student.

  • HCHS Class of 1969
  • Breds improve to 21-5 with wins...

    Brandon Kendall pitched a no hitter and drove in a run in the Thorobreds 3-0 win over Pendleton County (12-9) Friday night.
    This game was the culmination of a big Alumni Night that featured the 1969 Harrison County team, the first coached by Don Snopek. The Thorobreds managed only six hits, scoring all three runs in the third on a two out single by Kendall to drive in Jordan Martin who had been hit by a pitch, and back to back doubles by Hunter Hill and Paul Jones, each driving in a run.

  • Fillies end Fleming’s winning...

    The Fleming County Lady Panthers had a 13-12 record going into Tuesday’s battle with the Harrison County Fillies and were on a six-game winning streak.  
    The streak ended as the Fillies used timely hitting and good pitching to hand the homestanding Lady Panthers a 5-3 defeat.
    Fleming County scored first as shortstop Kira Brown led off the bottom of the first with one of the two hits she would get for the game.  

  • Fillies win 3 of 4 in McDonald’s...

    The Harrison County Fillies used the long ball and timely pitching to win three of four in the McDonald’s Classic last weekend and were waiting the championship game when lightning halted the tournament.  
    The Fillies were to play the winner of the other bracket which would have been either Bourbon County or Montgomery County for the title.  
    The Fillies opened the tournament on Friday night with a 3-2 win over region rival Montgomery County.  

  • Breds roll through Classic, beat...

    The Harrison Memorial Hospital/McDonalds/Judy Construction Classic takes longer to say than it took the Harrison County Thorobreds to show how dominant they were this weekend.  
    The Breds, after edging past Mason County 2-1 on Thursday, rolled past Conner 12-2 and East Jessamine 12-3 to win the classic in impressive fashion.
    The Mason County game’s score was not really indicative of the action as it progressed through the seven innings on Thursday night.  

  • Thorobreds win, Fillies second...

    “We hosted a great meet and teams left happy,” said Coach Danny Simpson following Saturday’s 43rd annual Harrison County Invitational Track Meet. “The Fillies would have liked to have won, but give credit to Lexington Catholic. They were the best girls’ team today.”
    The Harrison County Fillies came up 46 points shy of the team winning point total of 184 that the Lady Knights tallied as they won the girls’ part of the meet.  

  • Fillies punish Lady Defenders in...

    The Harrison County Fillies redeemed themselves from the opening game of the season as they defeated Bryan Station 8-0 Monday in Lexington.  
    The Lady Defenders defeated the Fillies 5-4 on March 20 in Cynthiana in a surprise outcome.  

  • Tennis team ends April with...

    After a couple of tough matches with Montgomery County and George Rogers Clark the Harrison County High School tennis team returned to the Hilltop  last Thursday as the boys’ and girls’ team bounced past the Colonels and Lady Colonels of Bourbon County.
    The week started with a home match against powerful Montgomery County where the visiting teams swept both Harrison County squads 0-5.  
    On this day only Kinsey King won an exhibition match for the Harrison County Fillies squad while the remainder went down to defeat.