Today's Sports

  • Is baseball becoming a rich fans...

    Since I returned from my Florida baseball trip on Sunday I have been doing some thinking about (and adding up expenses) the amount of time and money that we invested in this trip.
    We are not rich, not even close, and I wonder now how we could ever do something like this again.  
    Before I get into the trip though I want to make a comment that might hack a few people off, but here goes.  
    When I was driving up West Pleasant Street on my way home I thought I was back in Miami.  

  • Sports beat

    Football mini-camp
    is on the Hilltop this week
    Ingles Stadium will be the site of the Harrison County football Thorobreds’ mini camp this Thursday and Friday.  
    The camp will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. each day.  The camp is for incoming freshmen and all upperclassmen who will play football at Harrison County High School this fall.  
    The football coaching staff will work on drills and fundamentals in order to improve technique and stamina.  

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  • Coppage is Kentucky’s Miss...

    Harrison County’s all-time hitting leader, Ashley Coppage, was named Miss Softball by the softball coaches of the state in a vote released Saturday.  

  • Seventh inning blitz gives...


    The No. 1-ranked Central Hardin Bruins used a big third inning and a big seventh to score six times and subdue the Harrison County Thorobreds 6-1 in the quarterfinals at Whitaker Bank Park Thursday in the KHSAA State Finals.  

  • Garnett is 10th Region Coach of...

    Recognition continues to pour into Harrison County’s Fillies softball program as Coach Christine Garnett was again named 10th Region Coach of the Year. 

  • Breds have successful basketball...

    The Harrison County basketball Thorobreds spent the majority of last week on the road in three Scott County gyms playing basketball in the Georgetown College Summer Camp.  

  • Fillies’ busy summer continues

    Coach Kim Furnish and the Harrison County Fillies summer vacation is hardly a vacation as we know it.  

    The Fillies played on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday last week and will have a similar schedule this week.

  • Sports beat

    Harrison County Youth Football needs volunteer coaches

    The Harrison County Youth Football Association is gearing up for its 2013 football season. The HCYFA s actively searching for coaches for all age groups (flag, lower and upper tackle division). All positions are available. Any coach who has volunteered in the past must re-apply and be approved by the HCYFA Baord.