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Today's Sports

  • Marshall ‘Ignites&...

    By his own admission, Clif Marshall, was not one of the fastest running backs in Harrison County High School football history.  In spite of his lack of blazing speed, Marshall is in the unique position of helping prospective NFL players earn thousands, if not millions, of dollars by improving their own 40-yard dash time by fractions of a second.

  • HCMS Soccer undefeated

    The Harrison County Middle School boys’ soccer team finally surrendered a goal on Tuesday night, but is undefeated in Bluegrass Conference play with a couple of weeks left in the season.

    The 8th Grade Colts are currently 8-0-1 on the season and have two home games left in the regular season, before beginning post-season tournament play.

    On Tuesday, they defeated Royal Springs Middle School 3-1, and allowed their only goal of the year, a penalty kick goal after a questionable foul call inside the box.

  • Youth baseball/softball sign-ups

    Youth baseball/softball

    sign-ups

    Any boy or girl wanting to play T-Ball, ages 5-6; Instructional League, ages 3-4; or Girls Fast Pitch Softball, ages 9-12 will need to complete a participation form this week at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Recreation Department. T-Ball participants should be informed of their teams by their coaches by Friday, May 1.

  • Tracksters continue to improve

    It was a busy week for both the HCHS Breds and Fillies track teams as both competed in a pair of invitationals.

    On Thursday, Harrison County hosted the 40th annual Harrison County Invitational, and both teams fared extremely well.

    The Breds romped to an easy team win, racking up 177 points to outdistance second place Pendleton County (95.5). The Fillies portion of the meet saw them tie with Lafayette for the top spot with 122.5 points apiece.

  • Tracksters finish second at...

    The Harrison County Thorobred and Fillies braved the cold Saturday and had their best results of the season in the Scott County All Comers Meet in Georgetown.

    Both teams finished second in their respective meets, with host Scott County winning both meets convincingly.

    With eight teams participating in both meets, the Scott County boys piled up 211 points while Harrison County finished a distant second with 115. Franklin County was third, Paris fourth, Tates Creek fifth, GRC sixth, Sayre seventh and Dunbar eight.

  • Fillies drop Bluejackets, 7-4

    The Harrison County Fillies softball team defeated district foe Nicholas County, 7-4, last Thursday on the road in Carlisle.

    The Fillies wasted no time in the first inning capitalizing on several Nicholas County miscues.

    Lorraine Dennie started off the inning by reaching first on an error. However, a fielder’s choice by Michelle Carson sent Dennie to the dug out. Rachel Hatfield singled and was followed by Charley Hatfield, who reached first on another Nicholas County error, which brought Carson across the plate.

  • McDonald’s Classic...

    The toughest opponent the Harrison County Thorobreds have faced this year is not ranked in the state coaches poll. It is not a particularly good hitting, pitching or fielding team… it doesn’t even wear uniforms.

    Far and away the toughest opponent the Breds have had to contend with, is Mother Nature.

    In the past week and a half, Harrison County has played three games, and those were in less than 24 hours at the Greenup County Bash. Harrison County was rained out last Thursday, this Monday and Tuesday.

  • Sports Beat

    HCHS to host first tennis tournament

    this weekend

    The Harrison County High School tennis teams will host an 11-team tournament this Saturday, April 25, at the HCHS Tennis Complex. There will be both boys and girls tournaments in singles and doubles with Highlands, Clark County, Montgomery County, Scott County and Paris playing in the girls tournament, along with Clark, Montgomery, Scott and Paris playing in the boys tournament.

  • Harrison County archers garner...

    Harrison County archers recently competed in the National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament held in Louisville and represented their community well. The middle school squad received their first ever top five finish in the state with a team score of 3,169. The team earned a fifth place finish out of 35 teams. Justin Barnes led the way for the boys with a 277 ranking him 19th in the state. Julia Landsberg led the girls with a 267 ranking her 26th.

  • Breds stay unbeaten in Kentucky

    The weather refused to cooperate and the Frank Shoop Classic this past weekend was aborted, but Harrison County managed to get two games in anyway, winning both and extending its winning streak to five straight games.

    Harrison County got the first night of the tournament in on Thursday night, defeating Conner 11-5 in the first game, with Estill County turning back Beechwood 13-9 in the nightcap.

    All of Friday night’s games were washed out by rain. Saturday’s games, and the tournament, was also canceled as the field was not playable until later in the day.