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Today's Sports

  • Central Shaolin Martial Arts Test
  • Cross Country teams do well in...

    Last Tuesday’s Bourbon County All-Comer’s Meet saw Thorobreds runner Ross Smith lead the pack as he won the 26-competitor run in 18:30 for the 5,000M.  
    The Thorobreds did not have enough runners to compete for the team championship, which was unfortunate since Daniel Craig was 10th and Shane Palmer 15th, which would have been a good score.  
    The Fillies were also short some runners for the girls’ 5,000M run.  
    Abby Cooper led the Fillies with a 12th place finish followed by Tamara Lunsford and Chelsea Bowman.

  • Colonels run up 49-0 win over...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds continued to show some improvement but after a solid first quarter defensively they fell to Bourbon County, 49-0, Friday night on the Hilltop.  
    The Breds recovered Bourbon County’s on-side kick to start the game at the Harrison County 48-yard line.  
    Christian Sinckler gained five yards on the first play from scrimmage but from that point forward, the Breds would not be able to run the football with any success.  

  • Sports beat

    Thorobreds’ JV run over Bourbon County Monday
    The Harrison County Thorobreds ran the ball right at the Bourbon County Colonels Monday night in Paris as they romped to a 28-6 win in junior varsity competition.
    Luke Slucher and Logan Kellione each ran in scores in the second quarter after the first period was scoreless.  Austin Jackson kicked the extra points and the score was 14-0 at the half.
    Kellione scored again in the third period with Jackson’s kick making the score 21-0 at the end of that period.  

  • Sports this week

    Thorobreds soccer
    Thursday, Sept. 18, Lexington Catholic (Home), 6 p.m.
    Tuesday, Sept. 23,  Pendleton County  (Home),  6 p.m.

    Fillies soccer
    Wednesday, Sept. 17, Montgomery County (Home), 6 p.m.

    Golf
    Wednesday, Sept. 17, Fillies at Bourbon County
    Thursday, Sept. 18, Breds vs. Mason County (Home)
    Saturday, Sept. 20, both teams at Grant County Tournament
    Monday, Sept. 22, Breds vs. Pendleton County (Home)

    Volleyball

  • Soccer Breds roll past Simon...

    Brock Jenkins and Logan Wiley scored second-half goals as the Harrison County Thorobreds shook off the malaise of Saturday to get past Simon Kenton, 2-0, on the Pioneers’ home field.
    “I usually do not schedule Saturday games,” noted Coach Nick Hill. “The players are out of their routine and generally start slow and this was no exception.”  
    Hill said he felt like his team could have well been down by a couple of goals at the half instead of the 0-0 score.  

  • Some improvement in loss at...

    Despite the 49-7 defeat at the hands of the Mason County Royals (4-0) Friday night, some light could be seen at the end of the tunnel for Harrison County’s football Thorobreds.
    After falling behind 21-0 in the first period, the Breds played much more competitively for the rest of the game — especially in the second half.
    Mason County’s Rico Hill had a career night. The senior running back scored four times in the first half on running plays for the veteran Mason County line up.  

  • Fillies volleyball defeats Lady...

    The Harrison County Fillies volleyball team played host to the Lady Polar Bears of Bracken County Thursday winning 25-12 and 25-13 in the best of three match.  
    The win improved the Harrison County record to 8-9 on the year while Bracken County fell to 6-7.  
    Tuesday night the Fillies traveled to Winchester to face the Lady Cardinals of George Rogers Clark.  
    This time the 5-10 Lady Cards defeated the Fillies in three sets 25-15, 15-25 and 25-20.  The loss dropped the Fillies to 8-10 for the season.

  • Fillies lose battle with Camels...

    “Though the score (3-0) may not show it the girls had their best and most organized defensive effort of the season, explained Coach Kevin Gaunce. Two balls for each team bounce a little differently and it’s a completely different outcome.”

  • Please think of the children