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Today's Sports

  • Has religion become a crime?

    Let me begin by saying that I am not a fan of the Broncos or a particular fan of Tim Tebow so don’t take this as a fan’s musings. In fact, since the Broncos beat the Steelers I may be the opposite of a Denver fan so these remarks are straight from the head not the heart.

  • HCMS Colts take three of four...

  • Fillies lead in first half but...

    At Covington Holmes on Wednesday and at home against Fleming County the Harrison County Fillies had a lead in the first half but couldn’t hold on and lost each time.
    Wednesday, the extremely athletic Lady Bulldogs took advantage of 26 Fillies’ turnovers to win, 59-46. The Fillies and Lady Dogs were tied at 14 at the end of the first period  as the two teams traded baskets and turnovers.  

  • HCHS wrestling
  • Sports beat

    Fillies to host steak sandwich
    dinner, Jan. 27
    The Harrison County Fillies will host a steak sandwich dinner to be held in the HCHS cafeteria on Friday, Jan. 27.  The dinner will cost $5 per plate and will be served from 5-7:30 p.m.   The Fillies and Thorobreds will host their counterparts from Pendleton County with games at 6 and 7:30 p.m.  

    So you think you can still play football,
    dust off your cleats

  • HCMS wrestlers
  • Breds beat Bracken County Friday...

    The weekend promised to be exciting as the Thorobreds traveled to Bracken County for a freshman, junior varsity, varsity triple header on Friday, played Lincoln County on Saturday and then visited the No. 11-ranked George Rogers Clark Cardinals on Tuesday.  
    The triple header was the highlight of the week as Harrison County swept all three games winning 40-32 in the freshman game, 52-39 in the junior varsity and coming from behind to win the varsity 52-44 against the Polar Bears.  

  • HCMS Cheerleaders
  • Thorobreds wrestle to 5th place...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds wrestling team defeated Montgomery County, University Heights and Baden, Ohio, en route to a 3-2 mark and a fifth place finish in the Simon Kenton Duals Saturday.  
    Noah Mitchell rolled through the meet with a 5-0 record while Mason Fryman and Justin Williams were 4-1 losing by narrow margins.  
    The Breds were boosted by the return of senior Anthony Shirley who won the 100th match of his career.  

  • Fillies win over Mason County,...

    The week’s basketball action did not start out well for the Harrison County Fillies as they dropped a 69-28 Thursday night game to the Lady Bears of Bracken County.  
    The 8-5 visiting Lady Bears out-played the Fillies in every aspect of the game to take the victory.
    However, on Saturday night a different Harrison County team took the floor in Maysville St. Patrick’s tiny gym and played the 8-8 Lady Saints to a close game losing by one at 49-48.