.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • Breds win Tiger Classic over...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Thorobreds won the school’s first regular season tournament since 2001 last Tuesday defeating Beechwood 61-52 in the Beechwood Tiger Classic.  
    Harrison County accomplished this feat despite another bout of poor free throw shooting and early foul trouble for senior Zack Pulliam.  

  • Bowling results

    Cynthiana Business Dec;  23
    Galactic Alley W 45; 5-26; 5
    CW’s Crew W 43/L 29
    B-Dry W 42; 5-29; 5
    Six Pack W 42/L 30
    Premier Carpet Cleaning W 41/L 31
    Wachter Roofing W 39/L 33
    Legacy Log & Timber W 39/L 33
    Perkins Tire & Lube W 37/L 35
    D’s Nutz W 36/L 36
    Hisle Motorsports W 34/L 38
    N; R; G;  Landscaping W 30/L 42
    Butlerwhatknots W 28/L 44
    Bluegrass Bowling & Golf Supp W 24/L 48
    Double O Trail W 23/L 49

  • Wrestlers second in Rumble in...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Louisville Central’s Rumble in the Hive always features top teams from the local Louisville area as well as the surrounding counties.  
    The 2105 version was no different as 16 top teams were in the Hive for Saturday’s matches.  
    The Harrison County Thorobreds finished second in the meet establishing the Breds as a team to deal with when the state meet comes around.
    The Thorobreds were in a tough pool with Louisville Doss, Valley and Western Hills.  

  • Fillies fall to St. Henry

    Lee Kendall,
    News Writer
    lkendall@cynthianademocrat.com

    Visiting St. Henry used a hot-shooting second to hand Harrison County it’s third straight loss on Monday, 49-40.
    Harrison County (3-8)opened up an 8-2 lead midway through the first quarter.
    Kayla Ford scored all four of her points during that early spurt, but Harrison County missed several chances to extend its lead.

  • Breds win opener in Beechwood...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Thorobreds took advantage of a big game from senior Zack Pulliam to win the opening game of the second annual Beechwood Tiger Classic, 64-58, over Lloyd Memorial.  
    Monday’s afternoon game preceded the match up of Ludlow and the host Tigers, which was won by Beechwood, 48-44.  
    This was to pit the host school against the Thorobreds Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. on the Tigers home floor.  

  • Fillies lose at Boone County...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County Fillies season record fell to 3-7 Saturday following a 51-30 loss to Lloyd Memorial at Newport High School as part of the inaugural Donna Murphy Showcase.  
    The Fillies had lost the previous evening at Boone County, 57-36.  
    The Fillies are suffering through a nearly team-wide battle with injuries and illness, which was compounded by back-to-back trips to northern Kentucky.

  • Harrison County Bowling Team
  • Sports beat

    Archery team prepares
    for January schedule
    The Harrison County archery team held some friendly competition Saturday in the last shoot before winter break.  
    Coach Dwight Lainhart’s Mossy Oak squad faced Coach Larry Feeback’s Realtree team. The Realtree team took first place with a total of 3,008 to 2,962 for Mossy Oak.

  • Sports this week

    Dec. 23 – Dec. 30
    Wrestling
    Monday, Dec. 28, at Woodford Co. Invitational
    Tuesday, Dec. 29, at Woodford Co. Invitational
    Breds Basketball
    Monday, Dec. 28, vs. Newport High in Ashland 4 p.m.
    Tuesday, Dec. 29, vs. TBA in Ashland 2:30 or 7 p.m.
    Wednesday, Dec. 30, vs. TBA in Ashland TBA
    Fillies Basketball
    Sunday, Dec. 27, vs. East Carter in Gateway Classic in Mt. Sterling 1:30 p.m.
    Monday, Dec. 28, vs. TBA in Gateway Classic
    Tuesday, Dec. 29, vs. TBA in Gateway Classic

  • Cynthiana’s loss is heaven and...

    The title to this article is unusual for a sports column, but it is about sports, in a way.  
    Last week Virgil (Vee) Florence passed away. He was only 79 years old.   
    There is a generation or more of young ladies that passed through Harrison County High School and played basketball who were affected in a positive way by Mr. Florence.  
    Many of his former players credit Coach Vee for being a person that they could share their troubles, both on and off the floor.