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Today's Sports

  • Two words to describe Grayson...

    The easiest way to describe the ridiculous one game suspension of Duke’s Grayson Allen is, “too short.”
      But there are many other ways to look at it.  Coach Mike Krzyzewski is now out with a back issue so maybe Duke thought that they could not do without the Hall of Fame coach and the Hall of Shame tripper.  
    What is most ridiculous to me is that the NCAA and the ACC let Duke decide on the length of Allen’s suspension.  

  • Sports Beats

    Middle school volleyball
    runners up in Richmond
    A combined seventh and eighth grade Harrison County volleyball team traveled to Richmond Saturday to take part in the Clark Moores Tournament.  
    The girls beat Caudill, Elkhorn, Scott, and Foley Middle Schools to make it to the championship game.  
    There they were edged by the host team 21-19, 21-19 to finish with four wins and one loss for the tournament.  

  • Sports This Week

    Jan. 11 – Jan. 18

    Wrestling
    Saturday, Jan. 14 at Scott County
    Wednesday, Jan. 18 vs. Bourbon Co. Borderline Dual 5 PM SENIOR NIGHT
    ROTC Marksmanship
    Thursday, Jan. 12 at George Rogers Clark

    Breds Basketball
    Wednesday, Jan. 11 Freshman District Championship at Nicholas Co. 6:30 PM
    Friday, Jan. 13 at Bourbon Co. Varsity 7:30 PM
    Saturday, Jan. 14 at Frankfort High School Classic vs. North Oldham 3:45 PM
    Monday, Jan. 16 vs. Bishop Brossart (H) JV/V 6/7:30 PM

    Archery

  • Bowling Results

    Thursday Classic 1/5/17
    1 Fryman Construction W 45.0/L 31.0
    2 Bell’s Outdoor Sports W 44.0/L 32.0
    3 Mintbrook Farm W 43.5/L 32.5
    4 Darpro W 38.0/L 38.0
    5 Gravett’s Angus W 37.0/L 39.0
    6 Krazy Bytes W 36.0/L 40.0
    7 The Crew W 30.5/L 45.5
    8 Miles Auto Body W 30.0/L 46.0

  • 1996 teams to be honored on Jan...

    Harrison County High School will be honoring several groups of former students between games of a boys varsity--junior varsity basketball double-header on Jan. 21, 2017.
    On that night, the HCHS Thorobreds will host the Bracken County Polar Bears, with the JV game starting at 6 p.m.
    At the conclusion of that game, the following 1996 teams and other groups will be honored as a part of their 20th Anniversary celebration:
    • The 1996 37th District and 10th Region champion Thorobreds basketball team.

  • Breds pull away late Tuesday for...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Thorobreds led by Spencer Free’s 17 points won their second game of the year 55-47 over Beechwood Tuesday night on the Hilltop.  The Breds improved to 2-11 with the win while Beechwood fell to 8-5.  
    Harrison County scored first in the contest on a drive by sophomore guard Quenton Turley after Beechwood had scored the game’s first four points.  

  • Mattox, Blanton win at Tates...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Michael Mattox was voted by the coaches as the best light weight wrestler as he and Chase Blanton won their weight classes in the Tates Creek Invitational Friday.  
    The Harrison County Thorobreds finished fourth of the 18 teams that participated as the top-rated wrestlers did well for the Thorobreds.  

  • Sports This Week

    Wrestling
    Wednesday, Jan. 4 at Sectional Duals, Walton Verona
    Saturday, Jan. 7 at Simon Kenton Invitational
    Tuesday, Jan. 10 at Dunbar Duals

    Bowling
    Saturday, Jan 7 at Covington Catholic Tourney at Erlanger

    Fillies Basketball
    Wednesday, Jan. 4 vs. Bath Co. (H) JV/V  6/7:30 PM
    Saturday, Jan. 7 vs. Lewis Co. (H) Fr/JV/V 1/2/3:30 PM
    Monday, Jan. 9 at Powell Co. JV/V  6/7:30 PM

    Breds Basketball
    Saturday, Jan. 7 vs. Cooper (H) JV/V 6/7:30 PM

  • Breds lose three in Red River...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Thorobreds traveled to Stanton last week for three games in the ninth-annual Red River Classic hosted by Powell County High School.  
    Unfortunately, as has been the case all season, the Breds made several mistakes throughout the tournament leading to three straight losses.
    The Breds opened the tournament by losing to Boone County 72-54.  The same problem that plagued the Breds in their first nine games doomed Harrison County in the 18 point loss.  

  • Improving Fillies split final...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    After falling to Estill County in Tuesday’s opener of the West Jessamine tournament the Fillies faced Bell County Wednesday afternoon.  
    The Lady Bobcats came into the match with a 4-7 record and a team that started three seniors.  The Fillies line-up for the afternoon tilt was one senior, one sophomore, one freshman, one eighth grader and a seventh grader.