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Today's Sports

  • Breds improve record with two...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved their season soccer mark to 10-3-2 with shutouts of Paris on Thursday and Sayre, Saturday morning. 

    Both of the games were played at LeBus Field, but the play and intensity was different in each game. 

    Paris came into the contest with a 3-10 record and didn’t figure to be much of a challenge. 

    That prediction had Coach Nick Hill using this game to try to work out some kinks in the Breds’ game.

  • Three wins for soccer Fillies...

    The Harrison County Fillies are one of the teams for which you hear the old cliché ‘they are better than their record.’ 

    In this case, it is very true as the Fillies went into last week with a 2-8-2 record, having lost to some of the state’s better teams.  

    Beginning last Thursday with Model and going through Monday against Sayre, the Fillies proved just how misleading their record is as they took three straight wins from good opposition. 

  • Sports Beat

    Cross country competes in Berea Invitational Meet

    Cross country competes in Berea Invitational Meet

    The Harrison County High School, Middle School and Elementary School Cross Country teams traveled to Berea Saturday for the Berea Invitational Meet. 

    The elementary girls finished in second place in the team scores as they continued an impressive campaign. 

    The top five finishers for the girls were Haley Creech (4), Hannah Creech (8), Jessi Petty (9), Chandlyr Puckett (10), and Rachel Eckert (12).  

  • Royals trump Breds with strength...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds fell to 3-2 for the season Friday night in the rain at Maysville with a 41-6 loss. 

    The Royals of Class 3A are now 4-1 having only lost to power house Danville the first game of the year. 

    Mason County is one of the better teams in their class and should go a long way in the playoffs barring injuries to key players.

  • Sports beat

    Cross country competes in Berea Invitational Meet

    Cross country competes in Berea Invitational Meet

    The Harrison County High School, Middle School and Elementary School Cross Country teams traveled to Berea Saturday for the Berea Invitational Meet. 

    The elementary girls finished in second place in the team scores as they continued an impressive campaign. 

    The top five finishers for the girls were Haley Creech (4), Hannah Creech (8), Jessi Petty (9), Chandlyr Puckett (10), and Rachel Eckert (12).  

  • Royals trump Breds with strength...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds fell to 3-2 for the season Friday night in the rain at Maysville with a 41-6 loss. 

    The Royals of Class 3A are now 4-1 having only lost to power house Danville the first game of the year. 

    Mason County is one of the better teams in their class and should go a long way in the playoffs barring injuries to key players. 

    Injuries continue to plague the Thorobreds as, after losing seniors Caleb Reeder and Cory Nichols in successive weeks, Shane Fowler went down with a concussion in the first quarter Friday night. 

  • Three wins for soccer Fillies...

    The Harrison County Fillies are one of the teams for which you hear the old cliché ‘they are better than their record.’ 

    In this case, it is very true as the Fillies went into last week with a 2-8-2 record, having lost to some of the state’s better teams.  

    Beginning last Thursday with Model and going through Monday against Sayre, the Fillies proved just how misleading their record is as they took three straight wins from good opposition.

  • Looks like the Reds are in, but...

    The Reds deserve better. They have put together a good season, winning the central division of the National League. 

    Some may say the central division is weak and whoever wins it will not have a chance in the playoffs, but that has never proven to be right.  Some say the Reds backed in as they have had less than a stellar couple of weeks at the end and only St. Louis’s collapse allowed them to win, but if that is the case, so what. 

  • Fillies claim Senior Night win...

    The Harrison County Fillies Volleyball team made an outstanding showing in the Ashland Paul Blazer Invitational last weekend. 

    The Fillies won three of five matches losing a heartbreaker in the finals to Franklin County in three sets. 

    The Fillies opened their pool play by losing a three-set match to Coal Grove Ohio 23-25, 25-19, 23-25. 

    They then rebounded with a two set victory over Boyd County 25-8 and 25-6. Boyd County finished the tournament with a 6-14 season record. 

  • Second straight win for Royalty...

    After pulling away from a two-lap side-by-side duel with Jonathan Storms of Woodbine, Brian Royalty of Cynthiana, led the rest of the way to earn his second consecutive main event victory in the 50-lap feature at Corbin Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 18. 

    It was his third win of the year in the Bee Creek Recycling Late Model Series.

    Heading into the first turn on the third lap, Storms got sideways and his Storms Racing Chevrolet No. 16 was hit by the Leah’s Catering Chevrolet No. 22 driven by Mike Bargo of Corbin, who was trying to get past.