Today's Sports

  • Fillies shut out Lady Cats,...

    The Harrison County Fillies soccer team earned its second win of the year, three decisions, on Monday night as they smashed visiting Pendleton County 5-0.

    The Fillies led 2-0 at halftime on goals by Courtney Grannis and Shelby Clifford then broke the game open in the second half. Kassy Barnett scored to make it 3-0, Grannis scored again to make it 4-0 and then Randi Schweitzer capped the night with her first career varsity goal.

    Tiffany Snider was in goal for the Fillies and registered her second shutout of the season.

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  • Sports Beat

    HCHS season passes

    Season ticket prices and game admission prices will remain unchanged for the 2009-10 school year, with one additional option available .

    At the new stadium, there are 300 chair back seats in the middle section of the bleachers. Those seats will be offered as reserved seats for $50 per seat. If a family ,or group, purchases at least four seats, they will also receive a parking pass that will get them a reserved parking spot close to the stadium.

  • Fillies win, Breds lose in...

    The Harrison County Fillies got off to a good start for the 2009 season with a big 5-0 win over visiting St. Patrick on Monday night at LeBus Field.

    Leading the way for the Fillies was Kassy Barnett. The junior forward notched a hat trick on Monday scoring three goals. Seniors Courtney Grannis and Ashley Lyons both added goals for the Fillies as well.

    “Kassy was able to finish balls that were crossed from the other side of the field and this is for sure something we have been working on,” said HCHS Head Coach Kim Jenkins.

  • Carroll era begins Saturday for...

    The pre-season is nearly over and the games will now count for real as first year head coach Mark Carroll leads his Harrison County Thorobreds this Saturday in the regular season opener against Montgomery County in the 62nd Recreation Bowl in Mt. Sterling.

  • Fillies Volleyball routs...

    With an easy win over Nicholas County on Tuesday night at home, the Harrison County Fillies volleyball team saw its season record improve to 7-3, just one week into the 2009 regular season.

    “We have played a lot of volleyball in a very short period of time, and most of it against good quality competition,” said HCHS head coach Bill Faulkner after his team routed Nicholas County 25-4 and 25-10. “Tonight, we just overpowered Nicholas County, and that is probably because of the good competition we have played so far.”

  • HCHS Golf team results

    The Harrison County High School boys’ golf team finished eighth with 14 teams participating in the Powell County Invitational at Beech Fork Country Club on Saturday.

    Clay County won the tournament with a team score of 311, with Bath County finishing second with a 312.

    Harrison County’s team score of 338 was only four shots out of fourth place.

  • Soccer teams ready for season to...

    With their pre-season paces nearly completed, both the Harrison County Thorobreds and Fillies will open their soccer regular seasons next week. On Monday, the Fillies will host St. Patrick in a varsity-only contest at LeBus Field at 6, and the Thorobreds take on Dixie Heights on Tuesday, also at home, with the varsity game set to begin at 7:30.

    The Fillies got in only one pre-season scrimmage and lost that one to Tates Creek on Monday, 2-0.

    In spite of the loss, Fillies coach Kim Jenkins liked much of what she saw from her squad on Monday.

  • Sports beat

    HCHS Girl’s Golf practice underway

  • Scrimmage Success

    First-year Harrison County football coach Mark Carroll liked what he saw on Friday night as the Maroon Team and White Team battled to a 28-28 tie in the Maroon/White Game at Ingles Stadium.

    “I’d say we are about where we should be at this time of year,” said Carroll on Tuesday night. “A lot of guys saw action, it was exciting football to watch and there was a great crowd on hand for a scrimmage.”

  • Fillies win opener over Fleming

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team got their 2009 season off to a good start on Tuesday night as they defeated visiting Fleming County in two of three varsity games on the Hilltop.

    Harrison County came out of the gate fast in the first game, leading 18-4 before winning the first game 25-11.

    “We played exceptionally well in that first game,” said Fillies coach Bill Faulkner after the game. “The girls were focused, they played well at the net, served well, returned serve well…it was fun to watch.”