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  • Burley Belles rained out as wet...

    For the first time in the 45 year history of the Burley Belles Golf Tournament rain was the winner and the Cynthiana Country Club and the best of central Kentucky’s lady golfers lost out.  
    “It was too wet to even play on Sunday,” said Cynthiana Country Club Grounds Superintendent Mike Lenox.  
    “We had 62 or 63 entries ready to go but the course just was unplayable,” noted Kay Cox, the Burley Belles chairperson.  

  • At least we are not in Brazil

    Before I go into my column I want to mention that I attended the Cynthiana/Harrison County Recreation Board meeting Monday night.  
    I was a little late but when I arrived the business had already been conducted mainly because there was only WCYN’s Blake Bishop and his lovely wife Kim and myself in attendance other than the board members.  
    For all of the belly aching that I hear on the streets for no one to come to the meetings was a real surprise.  But seeing that, I say to the whiners and the gripers “Keep it to yourself.”  

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    Baseball alums to host golf scramble
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County Baseball Alumni Association is hosting a golf scramble to raise funds for the scholarships given after each baseball season is completed.  
    This will be a fun, fellowship day of golf beginning at 2 p.m. on Aug. 10. Each entrant will receive a nice golf towel and a meal along with an enjoyable round of golf.  
    There will be a shotgun start and interested parties may sign up as a team or as an individual and be placed on a team. The cost is $50 per person or $200 per team.

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    HCHS volleyball tryouts to be held July 15 and 16
    Harrison County girls volleyball tryouts will be held July 15 and 16 at the Harrison County High School gym. Open to all Harrison County girls who wish to try out.
    • Freshmen tryouts will be from 5-7 p.m.
    • Varsity and Junior Varsity will be held 7-9 p.m.
    For more information or questions, contact Bill Faulkner at 234-2499.

    Church league softball sign ups
    now being accepted

  • This is a baseball community

    Not to take anything away from football, basketball, track, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, archery, fishing, tennis or cheerleading, but this is a baseball community.  
    We are good or have been good and will be good again in the aforementioned sports, but baseball is the sport that dominates our minds and thoughts in Harrison County.  
    This was obvious on Saturday night when the first annual Hall of Fame banquet was held by the Cynthiana/Harrison County Baseball Alumni Association.  

  • Coppage leads Kentucky All Stars...

    Kentucky’s Miss Softball Ashley Coppage was three for six in three games with a walk to lead the Kentucky Senior All Stars to a two-games-to-one series victory over the Tennessee Stars.  
    Tennessee was divided between East and West Stars so the Kentucky girls had to play two times last Wednesday in Murfreesboro and then again the next day in Cookeville against a fresh Tennessee team with 11 Division 1 signees.
    Coppage, who spent last season at first base for the Fillies, played first base in each game for the All Star squad.