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Today's Sports

  • Breds drop two games in HMH/...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    It is rare for the Harrison County Thorobreds to lose two games in a row, but that is exactly what happened in the first two nights of the Harrison Memorial Hospital/McDonald’s Classic on Thursday and Friday.  

  • Breds bedevil Robertson twice,...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    Monday afternoon the Harrison County Thorobreds picked up Coach Mac Whitaker’s 994 and 995 victories as they defeated Robertson County twice in a doubleheader on the Hilltop.  

  • Markley signs with Union College

    Harrison County senior Jacob Markley, center, signs a letter of intent to play tennis for Union College in Barbourville next spring. He is joined by his mother, Lauren Cammack, and his father, Ron Markley, head boys tennis coach, and Austin Dacci, head girls tennis coach.

  • Mike’s Minute

    So far the NCAA tournament has been incident free except for the flair up at the end of the Wisconsin game with Oregon when a guard shoved a little too hard. So, all is well as far as sportsmanship on the floor.  

    There have been some really well-played, close ball games with Iowa State vs. North Carolina, Dayton vs. Stanford and Kentucky vs. Wichita State coming to mind right away.  

  • Harrison hosts tennis hopefuls

    Bryson Clifford returns the ball to her Campbell County opponent Saturday at the Harrison County Tennis team’s home tournament. The team played host to Paris High School, Bourbon County and Campbell County’s tennis teams.

  • Track season starts at Wolverine...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    The Western Hills High School Wolverine Open last Saturday was the beginning of the outdoor season for the Harrison County Fillies and Thorobreds.  

  • Thorobreds 6-1 after Monday’s 15...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    It is hard to believe that a 15-to-5 win is a come-from-behind victory, but two of the six Harrison County wins this season have been exactly that.  

  • Fillies tie Grant County 8 to 8...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    The Harrison County Fillies traveled to Grant County Monday night and came home with a tie on their record as the game was called after six due to darkness.  

  • Breds go to 2-0 with victory...

    The friendly confines of the Hilltop saw senior pitcher Jordan Riley pitch perhaps his finest game as a Thorobred Tuesday as he sat down Bishop Brossart on four singles for a 5-2 Harrison County win.  
    Coach Mac Whitaker’s 989 career win came in typical Harrison County style except for a couple of errors that allowed an unearned run in the top of the second inning.  

  • Fillies fall in season opener to...

    “We hit the ball hard, but right at them and didn’t get timely hits. We let too many bloop hits fall for them. It is just the first game and while I am not happy, I know the girls can improve and get a lot better.”  
    These were some of Fillies Coach Christine Garnett’s thoughts after Tuesday night’s 7-5 loss at the hands of Campbell County on the Lady Camels’ field.  
    While there were bright spots, too many routine plays got away from the Fillies that make the difference in winning and losing.