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Today's Sports

  • Coach Whitaker has always served...

    I had the honor and priviledge of introducing Camryn Whitaker at the Cynthiana Lion’s Club meeting on Tuesday of this week.  As all local sports fans are surely aware, Camryn was recently named as a new assistant coach in the University of Kentucky’s women’s basketball program.
    This is not about her exploits either on the court as a player, or on the sidelines as a coach.

  • Combs joins FLW Tournament Trail...

    Cynthiana angler Shawn Combs has a few stops to make this week before he can head out to his Walmart tour, which will begin at home.
    Combs, 37, of Carl Stevens Road, is fishing at Bassfest this week in Paris, Tennessee. However, he will follow that with an appearance in Cynthiana at Walmart.
    He will be sharing stories and tips as part of the Forrest L. Wood (FLW) Tournament Trail. Wood was the creator of Ranger Boats.
    Combs, who is part of the Georgetown College fishing team, will be helping celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week with FLW.

  • Jordan Kenney signs
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  • Springboks
  • Score 'N' More
  • Sports beat

    American Red Cross swimming
    lessons to begin registration
    The Cynthiana-Harrison County American Red Cross swimming lessons screening and registration for classes will be held Monday, June 8 from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Cynthiana Country Club pool. Prospective students must be six years of age and able to stand flat footed in 3 1/2 feet of water with head and neck above water level. Please bring a bathing suit and a towel. Levels II and III may be limited in enrollment numbers.

  • Fillies win 9th straight...

    The Harrison County Fillies outscored the opposition 24-1 in the two 38th District games as they won their ninth straight district title Wednesday night.  
    On Tuesday, the Fillies defeated Robertson County in three innings, 16-0, and Wednesday night won the championship, 8-1, over Nicholas County.
    Junior Jami Davis pitched the game Wednesday allowing six hits and two walks over the seven innings.  
    Jonna Watkins pitched the distance for Nicholas County allowing 11 hits and three walks. Davis struck out seven and Watkins fanned four.  

  • Kentucky Thunder
  • Baseball or softball the way it...

    There has been a great deal in the news lately about sportsmanship or lack of, same in youth and other sports.  
    Most of the examples of poor sportsmanship come from youth sports which, of course, are the last place that poor sports belong.  
    There are examples from one of the high schools in Northern Kentucky taking their freshman team off the field to coaches verbally abusing young players to fisticuffs among the “fans.”