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Today's Sports

  • Following in her family’s...

    “I always knew I wanted to coach, began Camryn Whitaker,” It seemed like the natural thing to do.”  
    The former HCHS all-stater is in her first year as assistant coach to three-time Sun Belt Conference coach of the year Mary Taylor Cowles at Western Kentucky after tenures at Austin Peay and Missouri State University.

  • Seasons all run together...

    There is so much going on it is hard to focus, especially for an old guy like me.  
    Baseball just ended (did I mention that the Cardinals won and I told you so),  high school football has two more weeks, college football is nearing the end of the regular season, pro football is more than half done with its season and here comes basketball.  

  • Wrestlers open season with...

    The 2011-12 Harrison County wrestling season kicked off Saturday with both the high school and middle school wrestlers competing in scrimmages.  
    The high school squad traveled to Lexington for an afternoon of instruction and competition at Lafayette High School.  Coaches from the participating teams gave instruction in the various techniques of the sport before the teams squared off in individual battles.  

  • Sports beat

    Thorobreds, Fillies
    preparing for
    round ball season
    The Harrison County Thorobreds and Fillies scrimmaged Friday evening in the Meet the Fillies and Breds Night at the high school gym.

  • Special Olympic State champions
  • Cynthiana Storm
  • AAU travel team
  • Thorobred to Cowboy, Bobby...

    There are a lot of Dallas Cowboy fans in Cynthiana, some really big Cowboy fans, and one of Cynthiana’s own is getting prepared to become a Cowboy trainer.  
    Bobby Feeback will be heading to Dallas in mid July 2012 to begin an internship as a trainer for the NFL’s fabled “America’s Team.”  
    How does a young man get from a standout high school soccer, baseball and football player to the dream job of an NFL intern?  
    It requires some good fortune, some help from friends and hard work.

  • Meet the Breds and Fillies Friday

    There will be a Meet the Breds and Fillies Night on Friday, Nov. 18 at the high school gym. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a spaghetti dinner served by the Fillies at a cost of only $5 per plate in the cafeteria.  
    The will be over at 6:15 p.m. as the doors open for the scrimmage at 6 p.m. The cost for the scrimmage is $2 per person.  The Fillies and Thorobreds will hold an inter-squad scrimmage which begins at 6:30 p.m.  

  • Fillies run past Beechwood in...

    The first scrimmage of the season for the Harrison County basketball Fillies was held Saturday at Scott County High School.  
    The Fillies’ opponent was the Lady Tigers of Beechwood High School from the ninth region who is coming off a 17-11 season in 2010-11.  
    The Fillies started the game with a little show of nerves, but soon settled down and worked through the jitters.