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Today's Sports

  • Fillies win soccer Senior Night...

    Six seniors took the field Monday night on Senior Night at LeBus Field and were awarded by a sound thumping of Frankfort 4-0.  
    Seniors Mary Kate Davis, Katlynn Horschler, Natasha Ingram, Sara Jenkins, Andrea Livingood and Nikki Taylor were each recognized during the Senior Night ceremonies.  
    The game was a sound performance by the Fillies. While they scored four goals, they had many shots on goal that could have made the score much more lopsided.  

  • A wrap up to baseball 2011

    I was listening to Cincinnati radio Sunday morning after church and heard what was sort of an ominous remark concerning the Reds’ season, which made me think to write this.
    The program host noted that after last night (Saturday) the Reds were guaranteed a losing season for 2011.   
    When one considers the talent on the Reds, it seems hard to believe that they finished with a less than winning season. This had me thinking maybe I would consider each position and compare the player in Cincinnati to the rest of the National League.

  • Volleyball Fillies net win No....

    After beating Deming, who has one of the better records in the region, in straight sets last Thursday, the Harrison County Fillies had a big task in front of them Tuesday night on the Hilltop.  
    The George Rogers Clark Lady Cards came into Cynthiana with a modest 12-11 record earned during an early-season tough schedule. The Fillies had the additional pressure of Senior Night, which while a great night can distract a team from the job at hand.

  • Harrison’s Cross Country team...

    In true cross country style, the Berea course has a creek for the runners to run through as they travel the assigned route for the 5000 meter race.  
    This usually causes wet and slippery conditions and slower times, but the Harrison County team had some good times on Saturday.  

  • HCMS Girls Basketball
  • Golfers finish the year in less...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds golfers competed in the regional golf tournament Monday afternoon in a driving rain at the Laurel Oaks Country Club in Maysville.  
    The conditions resulted in some less than desirable scores and in fact brought about the Breds leading golfer’s worse score in two years or more.  

  • Sports beat

    No. 1 Highlands next up for the Breds
    The team that is thought to be the best in Kentucky is the next opponent for the Harrison County Thorobreds. The 5-0 Highlands Bluebirds and their All State quarterback Patrick Towles will present a formidable task for the Thorobreds when they kick off at 7:30 p.m. Friday in northern Kentucky.  

  • Shaolin fall test
  • Harrison County volleyball...

    Though Coach Bill Faulkner’s Harrison County Fillies volleyball team has only played what was to be the starting line up for less than a match this season, they still continue to have an impressive outing.  
    This continued in Bath County over the weekend as they played without setter Allison Cordray and middle hitter Jordan Doram and still finished with three wins and two losses against competition which was some of the better teams in the regions where they compete.  

  • Cynthiana- Harrison Co. Baseball...

    An organization was formed for the Cynthiana-Harrison County Baseball Alumni Association after a meeting on Saturday, Sept. 3, with the goal of promoting baseball in Cynthiana/Harrison County.
    Members of the board of directors are Larry Gossett, Jim Fuller, Ron England, Jim Swinford and Buddy Renaker.  Advisory board members are Coach Mac Whitaker and assistant coach Eddie Feeback.