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Today's Sports

  • Fillies win 1 of 3 as season...

    The Harrison County Fillies faced three very good teams over the last week losing two games at home but claiming a come-from-behind victory at East Jessamine last Saturday.
    Thursday evening the Lady Bears from Bracken County visited the Hilltop with a very experienced and veteran lineup to face the Harrison County girls.  
    Coach Patrick Kelsch started four seniors and brought three others off the bench for his 14-5 Lady Bears.  

  • Breds lose two more leads, two...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds faced the 15th rated Collins Titans Saturday night on the Hilltop in a game that had an all too familiar ending for the Thorobreds.  
    After compiling a 12-point halftime lead, the Thorobreds were outscored 33 to 19 in the second half to lose the Senior Night game.  
    The game started with the four seniors, Dillon Pulliam, Mason Ritchie, Landon Palmer and long-time manager Russell Crosthwaite in the line up along with junior D.J. Jenkins.  

  • Sports this week

    Fillies Basketball
    Thursday, Feb. 20, Estill Co. (H)  8 p.m. varsity only
    Youth Basketball Night/Cheer and Dance Senior Night
    Friday, Feb. 21, Montgomery Co. (A)  6 p.m.  varsity only
    Tuesday, Feb. 25, District Tournament 6:30 p.m. at Pendleton Co. vs. Pendleton County

    Thorobreds Basketball
    Thursday, Feb. 20, Estill Co. (H)  6 p.m. varsity only
    Friday, Feb. 21, Montgomery Co. 8 p.m. varsity only
    Tuesday, Feb. 25, District Tournament 8 p.m. at Pendleton County vs. Pendleton County

  • Harrison wrestlers finish third...

    In what was probably the understatement of the year, Coach Luke Tucker said, “We had a pretty good day.”
    Tucker was referring to the Harrison County wrestlers’ performance at the Region 8 in Ashland.  
    The Thorobreds finished third as a team one-half point behind second place Montgomery County while Johnson Central won the meet with 238 points.  

  • Events other than basketball...

    We talked quite a bit Saturday on the radio about baseball, softball and car racing, which brought some good natured kidding from the basketball faithful of Harrison County.  
    After all, the Cats were playing Florida and we are only one week from the district tournament so all eyes should be on the round ball action.  
    Also, the Lady Cats were playing Tennessee, as well, so what else could there be but basketball?  
    NASCAR has its biggest event this Sunday with the Daytona 500 and I bet there are some who care about that little race.  

  • Elementary archers
  • Sports beat

    Baseball Alumni looking
    for nominations for second class
    Baseball season is near and that means it is time to get nominations in for the second class for the Cynthiana-Harrison County Baseball Hall of Fame.  Applications must be completed and received before April 1, 2014, to be considered.
    A requirement this season will be that all information must be completed, including year of graduation, life accomplishments after baseball and any college/lifetime achievements.

  • AAU basketball
  • Score 'N' More
  • Cooperative Dove Field Program...

    Kentucky farmers can earn extra cash by enrolling in the Cooperative Dove Field Program. Enrollment is currently underway and continues until March 1.
    The Cooperative Dove Field Program pays landowners to lease fields on their property for public dove hunting.
    “Landowners may earn up to $10,000 in the Cooperative Dove Field Program,” said Rocky Pritchert, migratory bird biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “They earn $300 per acre planted.”