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Today's Sports

  • 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.  

  • Sports beat

    Jefferson County players
    dominate All Star team
    Dave Satterly, the game director for the Kentucky-Indiana All Star Classic, announced the members of the Kentucky squad.  The Kentucky game against Indiana’s finest will be played in Freedom Hall on Friday June 8 with the Indiana battle the next day in Indianapolis.  

  • First pitch
  • Everyone is special in one way...

    During the time we are on the earth each of us meets people who are special to us in one way or another.  
    Of course, our spouse, at least on the wedding day, and our children are always special, but I am referring to those who we are not related to, in love with or both.  
    This Friday evening the baseball alums are getting together for a little batting demonstration at 5:30 p.m. and then before the game the first team of Don Snopek’s coaching tenure will be honored along with Snopek.  

  • 2012 Earth Day 5K Results

    We've attached the results in PDF format to the link below.  If you don't have Adobe Acrobat, get it here: www.acrobat.com.

  • Fillies have 19 hits in 12-4 win...

    The Nicholas County Lady Jackets came to Shirley Field on Tuesday night with a spotless 16-0 record having beaten all of the usual power teams in the region.  All except one that is, the Harrison County Fillies.  
    The Fillies went on a hitting frenzy on this night with 19 hits, three doubles and 16 singles, to tally 12 runs in the intense battle that always takes place between the rivals.  

  • Breds whip Deming in double...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved the season record to 15-5 with wins on Monday and Tuesday nights on the Hilltop.  
    The Deming Black Devils were guests on Monday for a double header with the Thorobreds. Harrison County won the first game 17-3 and came back to take the nightcap 21-0, both games in five innings.  
    Sophomore Jordan Riley pitched the first game for Harrison County giving up four hits and three walks while striking out six.  

  • ‘But he has been a model citizen...

    I had no clue how many people read my column. It’s kind of like Let’s Talk Sports on Saturday morning.  
    Patti can never figure out why people would listen to Ray and me, but too many people said something nice to her for her to deny it.  
    The same with the newspaper column. I had many people mention the little bit I put in last week about Mrs. Davis and it was all positive.  
    Of course, with Mrs. Davis it would have been hard to say otherwise, but people sometimes fool you.  

  • Sports beat

    43rd annual Harrison Co.
    Invitational Track Meet
    this Saturday
    Harrison County High School will host its annual invitational track meet this Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at the Harrison County Athletic Complex.  
    The coaches will meet at 9:45 a.m. with the field events beginning promptly at 10 a.m. At least 12 teams will be participating with many of the better area teams expected to contend for the titles.  

  • Thorobreds first, Fillies third...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds and Fillies with their squads nearly in tact showed why they are considered contenders in the region this year with a fine performance at Scott County last Tuesday.  
    The Thorobreds raced to a big win over seven other opponents in winning the meet with nearly 60 points more than the closest competitor.  
    Harrison County brought home eight first place finishes, six seconds and 11 third place finishes in dominating the event.