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Aug. 31-Sept. 7
Friday, Sept. 2 at Montgomery Co. 7:30 PM
Monday, Sept. 5 at Nicholas Co. Freshman only
Thursday, Sept. 1 vs. Pendleton Co. (H) JV/V 6/7:45 PM
Tuesday, Sept. 6 vs. East Jessamine (H) JV/V 6/7:30 PM
Breds win freshman,
junior varsity games
with Mason County
The Harrison County freshman won their first game of the year Monday night to even their record to 1-1. They defeated Mason County by a 14-8 score. Lane Florence ran for two rushing touchdowns for the Harrison County scoring.
The Harrison County Thorobreds fumbled the ball five times Friday at North Laurel and lost two of them on the way to a disappointing 24-19 loss to the South Laurel Cardinals (1-1).
In a game played in very warm conditions, the ball was slick for both sides as the Cardinals fumbled four times but recovered each of those.
For the Harrison County soccer Breds it isn’t a matter of what team they are playing as much as what players will be healthy and remain healthy enough to play the match.
Last Tuesday at Rowan County, the Thorobreds were a couple of players short to start the game but still they played well.
The Harrison County Fillies improved to 2-1-1 Monday as they defeated Montgomery County 4-3 on the Hilltop.
Last Wednesday they traveled to Lawrenceburg and battled the tough Anderson County Bearcats to a 2-2 tie.
The Anderson County match was a tale of halves that were very similar not only in scoring but in effort as well.
Starting this season, hunters will be asked to provide additional information about their harvested deer and elk during the telecheck process.
All harvested deer and elk must be reported to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources either by phone at 1-800-245-4263 or online telecheck at fw.ky.gov.
Coach Kevin Gaunce’s Harrison County Fillies kicked off their season a little late with the Mason County game rained out so Scott High opened the season for the Fillies Wednesday night.
The evening started out nicely as the Harrison County junior varsity, with both Laurel McDaniel and Gab Hatterick scoring twice and Anna Garrison once, rolled 5-0 over the junior varsity Lady Eagles.
The Harrison County soccer Breds are only two games into the season but already the injury bug has bitten hard.
Three key players were out Thursday when the Breds played host to the Paris Greyhounds.
Michael Mattox, Ricardo Menchaca and Fox Ruano all veterans have been sidelined with various injuries.
The Harrison County Thorobreds gave up an interception and a blocked punt in the first period Friday night as they fell to the West Jessamine Colts, 27-8, in Nicholasville.
The game started an hour past the scheduled time as the second half of a doubleheader and the Breds’ offense never really got untracked.
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