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Today's Sports

  • Sports beat

    Harrison County Middle School
    boys soccer tryouts set for Feb. 16, 17
    Coach Nick Hill has announced that tryouts for the 2011 HCMS boys’ soccer team will be held on Feb. 16 and 17 at the middle school gym. The tryouts will be 5-7 p.m. each evening.  Participants are to be appropriately attired for soccer and should also bring a soccer ball.

    Middle school basketball wins
    three of four

  • Breds start slow fall to...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds came out of the locker room ice cold Tuesday night, fell behind Woodford County by as much as 13 points early and never could recover as they lost to the Yellowjackets 58-53 on the Hilltop.  
    The Thorobreds only made one field goal in 14 attempts in the first period to fall behind by 16-3 at the first period’s end.  
    The start was so devastating, in fact, that the Breds were not outscored in any other period, but never led in the game.  

  • Fillies win two at home over...

    The Harrison County Fillies improved their season record to 10-9 with home victories over Campbell County on Saturday and Bourbon County Monday night.
    The games were as different as the opponents as the Fillies stopped a Campbell County 15-0 start with a 55-49 victory Saturday night.  
    It was one day short of a month that the Lady Camels had blistered the Fillies by a 68-46 score in the Edwardo’s Classic at Pendleton County as they went on to win that tournament.  

  • Tri-meet with Scott and Anderson...

    It was state champion Brandon Barnett’s senior night on the Hilltop last Wednesday as the wrestling Thorobreds faced Anderson County and Scott County in a three-team tri match.  
    If only the Thorobreds could have matched their team captain and senior leader, the score would have been more favorable, but that wasn’t to be on this night.  
    Barnett pinned his two opponents on his special night in 28 and 42 seconds in the manner the Harrison County fans are growing to expect.  

  • Bad language nothing new, should...

    Poor John Calipari. He is more than likely in the most high pressure job in the country where the fan base is living in the prehistoric basketball ages expecting the world every year and he is being chastised for swearing at a player on national television.   
    Fans are generally in agreement that they like Calipari, some because anyone would have been better the Billy Gillespie, some because they didn’t like the type of offenses that either Gillespie or Tubby Smith used, but almost everyone likes him one way or the other.  

  • Thorobreds defeated by Clark,...

    The Bourbon County gym was the sight of the 500th game of Mike Reitz’s Harrison County coaching career and it could hardly have been a better night.  
    The Thorobreds rallied from two straight defeats to hand the home standing Colonels a decisive 81-64 thumping to improve their season record to 10-8 in the Friday night battle.  

  • Sports beat

    Ducks Unlimited to hold annual
    fund raiser dinner
    The South Licking Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold their annual fund raising dinner on Feb. 19 at the Cynthiana National Guard Armory. The doors open at 6 p.m., dinner served at 7 and the auction begins at 8.
    Purchase your early bird ticket by Feb. 5 and receive a discount on the price. Single ticket $35, couples $65, and you will receive a chance on a free prize. The price on the tickets after Feb. 5  or at the door the night of the event will be $45 single and $75 couples.

  • Thorobreds win streak at six as...


    The Harrison County Thorobreds ran over three opponents last week on the way to improving their season record to 9-6 as they have now won six straight games.  Wednesday night the Breds traveled to Maysville to face the Saints of Maysville St. Patrick.  
    St. Patrick entered the game with a 3-7 record as they, like the Thorobreds, had missed several games due to the weather.  
    The Saints jumped out to an early lead outscoring the Breds by five in the first period 20-15.  

  • Fillies rout Black Devils, 70-30...

    “I wasn’t so surprised that we won, but the way we won was numbing,” said the exuberant first-year Fillies’ coach, Piper Akin. “We dominated this game from start to finish.  I am almost speechless.”  
    That was the reaction to the 70-30 win the Fillies had just posted over a veteran Deming team who was one of the early favorites in the district.  
    The Fillies jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead on the strength of two baskets by freshman Jordan Doram.  

  • Harrison finishes 9th in Five...

    Being in the hole by four decisions before the match begins, makes winning very difficult.  
    This is what the Harrison County wrestling team faced Saturday as they battled in the Five Star Classic at Lafayette.   
    Wrestlers with a wrenched neck, skin problems and one who was just released from the hospital were three who would have been in the starting line up for Coach Russ Riegel as they met some of the elite of the state in this 16-team event.