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Today's Sports

  • Breds fight to very end in...

    By Josh Shepherd, News writer

    D.J. Jenkins’ rousing last second shot to tie the game at halftime gave notice to Campbell County that the Harrison County Thorobreds were going to fight to the very last minute in the semi-finals of the 10th region tournament in Mason County Monday night. 

  • Fillies lose to Clark County in...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    “They came out hard and aggressive and we just couldn’t match up with them,” bemoaned Harrison County Coach Kim Furnish. “I have seen them play several times this year and they are getting better and better.”  

  • Breds edge GRC to advance to...

    By Mike Aldridge, Sports writer

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved their record to 15-16 Thursday night as they got by the George Rogers Clark Cardinals, 53-50, in the quarterfinals of the 10th Region Tournament.  

  • Is it time to line the court...

    A couple of soccer notes before I get into my thought for the week.  

    Christian Carey signed to play for Northern Kentucky University of the Atlantic 10 last week. 

    It will be very challenging to play Division I soccer, but I am sure Christian is up to the task.  

  • Carey signs with NKU

    Harrison County High School senior Christian Carey signed to play soccer at Northern Kentucky University last week at a ceremony held in the HCHS cafeteria. With him are his parents Larry and Kristy Carey.

     

  • Thorobreds 38th District champs...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds never trailed as they defeated the Robertson County Black Devils 60 to 46 in Friday’s championship game of the 38th District.
    The game, played at Pendleton County before a good crowd, was the only meeting this year between the two schools.
    Harrison County’s physical edge was something that the Robertson County team could not overcome. The Thorobreds took advantage of their size to dominate the boards for the night grabbing more rebounds in each quarter than their smaller opponent.

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  • Grit not enough as Fillies fall...

    BThe Harrison County Fillies laid it all on the line Thursday night but came up a little short. The Fillies lost a double overtime thriller to the Nicholas County Lady Jackets in the finals of the 38th District basketball tournament.  
    Harrison County played the game from the start without starting forward Taylor Reffett, who was out with concussion-like symptoms, and then lost shooting guard Chelsea Ingram with two seconds gone in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.  
    The medical report is not meant to take away from the game that was played.  

  • Sports this week

    Fillies Basketball
    Region Quarterfinals at Mason County
    Wednesday, March 5 vs. George Rogers Clark, 7:30 p.m.
    Region Semifinals at Mason County if they advance
    Saturday  March 8, 5:30 p.m.
    Region Finals at Mason County if they advance
    Sunday, March 9, 3 p.m.

    Thorobreds Basketball
    Region Quarterfinals at Mason County
    Thursday, March 6 vs. George Rogers Clark, 7:30 p.m.
    Region Semifinals at Mason County if they advance  
    Monday, March 10, 6 p.m.

  • Four Harrison Countians named to...

    The 10th Region coaches for girls’ and boys’ basketball have named the slates for this year’s inductees to the Hall of Fame.  
    The honorees include two people from Harrison County in each of the classes, women’s and men’s.
    The women named are Mary VanHook from the Oddville Kittens as a veteran’s inductee and Megan Gray-McIlvain from the 1999-2004 Harrison County Fillies.
    VanHook played for the Oddville Kittens from 1926 through 1929.