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Today's Sports

  • Fleming County runs over Breds...

    Fleming County’s Aaron James ran the opening kick off back for 89 yards and a touchdown and the rest was downhill for the Harrison County Thorobreds in a season opening 40-6 loss.  
    After Harrison County went three and out on its first possession, the Panthers drove right down the field for a six-play, 55-yard series and a 12-0 lead.  
    The Panthers’ kicker, Keenan Duncan, missed both extra points which kept the score at 12-0.  

  • Fillies win silver championship...

    Lewis County and Grant County played for the first place trophy in the Glacier Classic held in Brooksville over the weekend with the Lady Braves taking home the prize.  
    Both of these teams were in the same pool play as the Fillies, which left Harrison County with a 1-2 record after pool play was over.  
    The Harrison County team was not deterred, however, as they came back to take their last two matches to win the silver championship.  
    This win makes Coach Bill Faulkner’s overall record 300 wins against 149 losses.  

  • HCMS Colts split games with...

    The Harrison County Middle School Colts seventh grade team rebounded from its opening season loss to dominate Royal Springs, 18-6, Thursday evening in Georgetown.  
    Quarterback Cameron Covington ran for two touchdowns and threw a pass to Chris Abbott for another. The Colts took a 12-0 lead into halftime and played the home squad evenly the second half for the victory.  

  • Brother and sister acts

    Twins have an unusual lot in life especially identical twins.
    Being dressed alike as young people when they have little choice in the matter would be annoying. There is also the problem of being called the other’s name. In some case even parents have difficulty knowing who is who.  
    The Clemens twins back in Tell City looked so much alike that even their dad had to throw a baseball to one of them to see who was who.  You see Peter was left handed and Paul was right handed.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • 6th Grade Club
  • Sports beat

    Youth football, cheerleading sign-ups
    The Harrison County youth football and cheerleading sign-ups are being taken at the concession stand at Ingles Stadium. The sign-ups will be held Monday through Thursday from 5-6 p.m., rain or shine.
    Football will be Flag (Lower and Upper).
    Cheerleading is for Pre-K through sixth grade.

  • HCMS basketball
  • Campbell Co. edges Breds 3-2...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds opened the soccer season in Claryville Tuesday night as they visited the Campbell County Camels.  
    After a slow start led to extra defensive pressure early, senior Logan Wiley lit a fire under his teammates with extra hustle and determination that led to the Breds first goal and a 1-nil lead.  
    The Camels came back about five minutes later for a goal of good fortune. Harrison County keeper Chris Ortiz blocked a rocket of a shot but the ball fell at the feet of an unmarked Camel who booted it into the net.  

  • Thorobreds run past Wildcats in...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds started slowly Friday at Pendleton County. They trailed at the half 7-0 before running over the home squad for three scores in the first six minutes of the third quarter. They ended with a 20-7 scrimmage win.  
    The game, which was a defensive struggle early, started 30 minutes late as Harrison County was notified of a later start when they arrived on site to play at 7 p.m.  
    Pendleton County picked up a first down on the first drive, but was forced to punt on the next series.