Today's Sports

  • Breds push streak to 9

    In last weekends Frank Shoop Invitational on the Hilltop, the Harrison County Thorobreds (15-3) posted big wins over Estill County and North Laurel before falling in a lop-sided 17-3 contest to the ninth-ranked in the state Lexington Christian Academy Eagles (13-3) in the championship.

  • Fillies take split at Bulldog...

    Over the weekend, the Harrison County Fillies (8-5) traveled to Covington to play in the Bulldog Bash hosted by the Covington Holmes Lady Bulldogs. The Fillies got out of the gates a little slow, suffering a 12-2 loss in their first game Friday night against the Conner Lady Cougars (9-3).

  • Harrison track and field...

    The weather cooperated with the HCHS track teams this week and enabled them to participate in two different meets. On Tuesday, April 15, the Breds and Fillies traveled to the Woodford County All-Comers meet and on Saturday, April 19, the teams competed in the Donnie Carnes Invitational Meet at Campbell County Middle School.

  • Sports Beat

    HCHS tennis update

    On Tuesday, April 15 the Harrison County Fillies tennis team hosted the team from Highlands on the Hilltop. Although the girls suffered an 8-1 loss, the doubles team of Miranda Turk and Emily Vance defeated Highlands Rebecca Skatton and Abbie Sedor in an 8-4 match.

    On Wednesday, April 16 both the Fillies and Breds were in action on the Hilltop, facing Mason County.

  • Harrison bowlers honored at...

    On Wednesday, April 16, the Harrison County High School bowling teams marked the conclusion of another successful season with an awards banquet at Galactic Alley in Cynthiana.

    Representing Harrison County schools at the event were Superintendent Dr. Roy Woodward, HCHS Principal Jim Schmidt, and Guidance Counselor, as well as number one fan, Donelle Judy. Also in attendance was a large gathering of the bowlers parents and family.

    We appreciate each of our supporters and we are thankful to them for all the encouragement this year, said Assistant Coach Jim Holland.

  • HCHS trackers get season started...

    After having the start of their season delayed twice by rain cancellations, the Harrison County Thorobreds and Fillies finally got their first taste of competition last Thursday while playing host to an All Comers meet on the Hilltop. In the meet that featured seven teams, the Breds took second place overall and the Fillies earned third place honors.

    I was pleased with the effort from our team, said Fillies Coach Danny Simpson. With so many first-year runners, it was a real learning experience for them.

    Scoring came from many different areas for the Fillies.

  • Breds enter seventh heaven with...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds (11-2) were on the road Tuesday evening to face the Nicholas County Bluejackets (4-5) in Carlisle. After five and a half innings that can only be described as a pitchers dual, the Breds used a six-run sixth inning to power their way to a 7-2 victory. The win marked the teams seventh in a row.

  • Fillies soar over Lady Eagles

    The hits just keep on coming for the Harrison County Fillies (5-3) varsity softball team. After a disappointing performance in a 7-0 loss to the George Rogers Clark Lady Cardinals (14-4) last Thursday, the Fillies have reeled off 31 hits over the last two games to take victories over the Mason County Lady Royals (4-4) on Monday and the Lexington Christian Academy Lady Eagles (0-8) on Tuesday.

    Against the Lady Royals in Maysville, the Fillies connected on 19 hits as senior pitcher Megan Bullock recorded the win in a 14-1 decision that ended in six innings.

  • Breds, Fillies continue strong...

    On Wednesday, April 9, the Fillies and the Breds played host to Campbell County on the Hilltop and both came away with team victories. The Fillies beat the Lady Camels 6-3 and the Breds took a 4-2 decision.

    In singles play, senior Allison McVey defeated Catherine Henchy in three sets: 6-3, 3-6 and 7-6. Miranda Turk, Polly Whalen and Jacqueline Young also came away with wins in singles play.

  • Sports Beat

    Archers move up

    In its third year of state competition, Harrison County Middle School has served notice that the archery program continues to move up the team rankings.

    HCMS recently competed in the Kentucky NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) tournament held in Louisville. In three years, the team has moved from a 13th place finish up to this years seventh place spot. Middle school archers placed seventh out of 42 middle school teams competing from across Kentucky.