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Today's Sports

  • UK should follow Notre Dame’s...

    A few weeks ago, The University of Notre Dame established a set up with the Atlantic Coast Conference that was a great deal for them as they get to have their cake and eat it too, so to speak.  
    The South Bend Indiana University will play all sports in the ACC with the exception of football in which they will remain independent playing five games against ACC opponents, but not being involved in the conference rankings.  
    What a sweet deal for the Irish.  

  • Harrison eighth graders roll at...

    The Harrison County Middle School seventh grade Colts lost against Clark Middle on Thursday night 24-8 in a game that opened with the home team running back the opening kick off for a score.  
    The seventh grade squad was out-manned in this game as the Clark Middle team featured some big, fast runners and a huge line.  
    Coaches Randolph Thomas and Eric Reed’s charges did not give up though as after trailing 24-0 at the half, they came back and held Clark Middle scoreless in the final half.  

  • Harrison County cross country...

    Sixth Grader Zach Getting finished second of 52 runners in the Boys Grade Six and under division to highlight a good day overall for the Harrison County Cross Country team in the George Rogers Clark Coaches Classic Meet in Winchester on Saturday.  
    Getting’s fellow sixth grader Corey Wagoner also ran in this race finishing 42nd.
    The varsity boys team was fifth of the 13 teams in their classification with junior Grant Carr leading the way with a 13th place finish of the 94 runners.  
    Carr covered the 5000M in 18:29.  

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  • Breds win Senior Night match...

    The Harrison County soccer Thorobreds played host to the Paris Greyhounds on Thursday night for the annual Senior Night game, winning by a 2-1 score.  
    The eight seniors were recognized before the varsity match began as they were playing the next to last home contest of their high school career.
    Ben Anness, Kyle Foster, Cody Honeycutt, Daniel Klapheke, Cody Marshall, Matt Mastin, Joe Thomas and Brandon Watkins were honored for their contribution to the Harrison County Thorobreds soccer program.  

  • Thorobreds drop 69-10 to...

    Rarely in a game with the final score of 69-10 would the coach of the team with 10 points speak of the effort his team put forth in glowing terms. But that was the case Friday night after the Thorobreds fell to the state’s No. 1 4A team, the Highlands Bluebirds at the Athletic Complex.  
    “I am very proud of the effort the players gave tonight,” said Coach Jim Carr. “We are by no means satisfied with the outcome, but we are proud of the effort and the fight that the young men put forth tonight.”

  • Soccer Fillies lose weather-...

    The Harrison County Fillies soccer team improved its record to 8-4-4 Monday night with a victory over a very physical Western Hills squad.  
    The Lady Wolverines played like their mascot as they aggressively pursued each lose ball. The game was a tale of two halves as all goals were scored in the first half when the Fillies kept constant pressure on the Western Hills goal keeper.  

  • Cross Country Breds finish...

    Cross Country is one of many sports that new technology hasn’t helped much so running on the new course at Pendleton County Saturday didn’t mean that the runners were on an artificial surface.  
    The new course, while nice, was still slick and muddy from the rainfall of the two previous days which made for a difficult running surface for all competitors.  
    The Fillies’ top runner, Erin Bradford, came back from a fall to run mud-covered to a 10th place finish to lead the Fillies.