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Today's Sports

  • HCMS Colts
  • HCHS Volleyball
  • I don’t understand the venom

    The terrible tragedy at Newtown, Conn., on Friday morning brings to light a sickness in America that is, to me, unexplainable.  
    I believe one way to discourage this type of behavior is to not give any notoriety to the perpetrator, which is why I will not mention a name nor would I speak it if asked.  
    I have my own beliefs about how gun control will not help since then only the criminals would have the guns, but this is not the time for that.  

  • Sports beat

    Athletic trainer Laurie Blunk moving
    on to UK Sports Medicine
    A familiar face will be missing from the sidelines of Harrison County athletics at the end of 2012.  
    Certified Athletic Trainer Laurie Blunk will be leaving to work for the University of Kentucky Sports Medicine Department beginning the first of 2013.  

  • Bowling
  • Score 'N' More
  • Rec Department

    Church teams needed for league
    The recreation department is needing three more church league teams to sign up. If interested call recreation director Rick Chasten at 234-7155.

  • Speakers encourage HCMS...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer
    Harrison County Head Football Coach Jimmy Carr, professional football trainer and Harrison County graduate Clif Marshall, and former Harrison County Coach, current Lexington Christian Academy Football Coach Ray Graham each had a great message for the Harrison County Middle School football team and their parents at the awards dinner Sunday night.
    Carr was the first speaker going over the need for the eighth graders to stick together and improve upon the success that they had during last year.   

  • Breds lose lead, fall to Holy...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds went cold from the floor in the later stages of the third quarter and in the fourth period in a 58-54 loss to Covington Holy Cross Friday on the Hilltop.  
    The Breds lost their shooting touch and also tried to drive the ball into the post to draw the final foul on Holy Cross’ star Antonio Campbell.  
    The 6-foot-8 Ohio University signee simply rejected shot after shot when the smaller Harrison County guards tried to force the ball into the key.  

  • Breds rip Cougars, 84-35,...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved to 4-1 on the season as they roared past a short-handed Calvary Christian Cougar squad, 84-35, in Covington Tuesday.  
    Calvary Christian was playing without two starters who were suspended for reasons not disclosed following Monday night’s first win of the season over Silver Grove.  
    The loss left the Cougars with a 1-5 record for the season.