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Today's Sports

  • Soccer Breds drop two matches to...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds Soccer team continued to lose some tough matches this week as they fell to Scott County (5-1-1) by a 5-0 score and to undefeated Rowan County (5-0-2) by a 2-1 score on Tuesday. Both games were played at LeBus Field.  
    The Scott County match particularly baffled Coach Nick Hill.
    “We revert back to our modified kick ball and did not at all go by the game plan,” he lamented. “We are having communication issues where we seem to know what to do in practice, but it does not transfer over to the games.”  

  • Cardinals soar over Thorobreds...

    The undefeated and high flying Scott County Cardinals scored three touchdowns and a field goal in the second quarter en route to a 52-0 win over the Harrison County Thorobreds Friday night in Georgetown.  
    The 3-0 Cardinals have outscored their opponents by a 152-12 margin in their three wins this season as they had previously defeated Seneca and Webster County, both in Georgetown.

  • Cross country season busy...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    The Harrison County cross country teams continued to run a busy schedule even though the heat index was near cancellation levels last week.  
    Thursday found both the high school and middle school teams in Wilmore at the Asbury College/Chick fil A Meet.
    The Harrison County squads were instructed by Coach Danny Simpson to run conservatively in the heat, which resulted in not as favorable results as one may have hoped for in this meet.  

  • The professionals start on...

    Football is in full swing with the middle school up to college games going full tilt.  There are many assumptions made by fans and coaches during football as well as other sports I would assume, but I know first hand about football.  
    Football fans seem to think that it is their God given right to holler at anyone and everyone who they think is doing their job poorly.  
    Already in this young season I have heard fans screaming at coaches and of course, the officials.  

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  • Sports beat

    Middle school football off to
    a roaring start
    The seventh and eighth grade middle school teams are off to 3-0 starts this year after last Thursday’s blitz of Nicholas County.  
    The second games of the season were in Fleming County where the seventh grade won 24-6 and the eighth grade took a 30-0 win over the middle school Panthers.  

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  • Soccer Fillies win two of three...

    The Harrison County Fillies entered the soccer match in Frankfort Monday night with a two-game winning streak against some very good competition and a 2-2-1 season record.  
    The Franklin County Flyers had beaten their last three opponents by 10-0 scores en route to a 5-2 record against the tough Lexington schools.  
    The Flyers defeated the Fillies by a 4-2 score after a tough battle with the Fillies scoring on penalty kicks.  

  • Pirates big plays scuttle...

    “We have to get to the point where we eliminate the big plays and we can win games like this one,” commented Coach Mark Carroll after Friday’s 34-7 loss to Belfry. “It’s a learning process and we just didn’t come up with the big defensive plays when we needed them.”

  • Volleyball Fillies fall to 5-2...

    Harrison County has a very good volleyball team. Just how good remains to be seen, but Coach Bill Faulkner likes the potential.  
    “We lost our last two matches to two of the better teams we will see in our region,” said Faulkner after the Tuesday night loss at home to Campbell County.  “We played right with Campbell County and actually thought we won the second set until the penalty was called.”  
    The penalty was for a hand in the net, which converted a 25-23 win to a 24-all tie and an eventual 24-26 loss for the Fillies.