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Today's Sports

  • High school sports report

    The Harrison County cross country teams traveled to Maysville to run in the Mason County Invitational on Saturday. The Breds faced stiff competition in the MCI, as high winds in Northern Kentucky the week before, canceled a big meet up there.

    According to HCHS coach Danny Simpson, many of those teams in Northern Kentucky showed up in Maysville on Saturday.

  • Neal leads Breds over Eagles in...

    Steven Neal was a favorite of former coach Ray Graham and has also earned the respect of current football coach Aaron Stepp.

    The senior stalwart is a man without a set position, but is invaluable to his team nonetheless. Listed as a wide receiver and linebacker, Neal has the moxie and willingness to play wherever he is needed.

  • Comeback stalls, Breds fall to...

    Harrison County lost the game on Friday night to host Marion County, but gained the respect of its head coach for the resilience his players showed.

    Marion County scored a touchdown with a little more than three minutes left in the fourth quarter to take an 18-10 lead, but Harrison County mounted a late charge that ended on the Knights seven yard line with less than 30 seconds remaining.

  • Update in HCHS sports

    The Harrison County Freshman and JV football teams got their respective seasons off to a great start last Monday as they pounded rival Bourbon County on the road, 33-0 and 38-6, respectively. On Monday, both teams traveled to Rowan County for their second games of the season. The freshman dropped their first game, losing 33-14, but the JV won, 34-0.

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    Junior golfer Polly Whalen shot an 84 and finished fourth overall at the Grant County Invitational Tournament on Saturday at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Crittenden, Ky.

  • Fillies take second at Dink Scott

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team suffered from some post-tournament blues on Tuesday night and dropped a three-game match to visiting Lexington Christian Academy.

    LCA took the early lead in game one and never let up, demoralizing the Fillies 25-10. In the second game, Harrison County bounced back and won 25-17. In the third and deciding game, Harrison County took an early lead at 12-6. but hit the skids late, losing 25-20.

  • Sports Beat

    Hunter Safety Education course offered Sept. 22-24

    The next Harrison County Hunter Safety Education Course is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 22-23 at the Harrison County Extension Office, and Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the Mudlick Gun Club on the Roberts Farm. If you have any questions, contact Judy Morris 234-9928, Harrison County Extension Office 234-5510, or Bill Roberts, 859-321-1883.

    HCHS Season Passes

  • Fillies notch second win, down...

    Winning cures a lot of ills, and the Harrison County Fillies soccer team appears to be on the road to recovery.

    On Monday night at LeBus Field, the Fillies blew open a close game, scoring four times in the second half and totally dominating the action as they crushed Grant County 5-0.

  • High school sports report

    The Harrison County volleyball team overcame a slow start and came back to defeat visiting Powell County in two straight games, 25-23 and 25-12.

    The Fillies had a hard time getting the first side-out as Powell County served its way to a 7-0 lead, prompting a time-out by Harrison County coach Bill Faulkner.

  • Williams rushes past Breds

    Clark County running back Ryan Williams stole the show on Friday night as the visiting Cardinals rained on Harrison Countys home opener, blasting the Breds 44-0.

    Williams wasted no time in exerting his influence on the game by taking the handoff on the Cards first play from scrimmage and out-racing the entire Harrison County defense for a 90-yard TD run.

    A much-needed rain started falling about 45 minutes prior to the 7:30 kick-off ... much-needed by the community, but not by Harrison County head coach Aaron Stepp.

  • Sports Beat

    Rev. Ross Park bike race is Saturday

    The 7th annual Rev. Ross Park Bike Race will be held this Saturday, Sept. 13, at the park. Several races will be held as part of the event with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. The first race will start at 10 a.m. Every participant will receive a free T-shirts, with race winners earning a new bike and helmet, and plaques awarded to all placement winners. There will also be several other fun activities held in conjunction with the races.