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Today's Sports

  • HCHS Fillies Softball
  • Seven seniors look to lead...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Coach Mac Whitaker will field his baseball Thorobreds this year with seven seniors returning in a difficult situation for both coaches and players.  
    The normal progression of one season to the next, lost three seniors from last year’s team with Gus Garrison going on to pitch for the University of the  Cumberlands on a scholarship and Brock Jenkins and Zach Day furthering their education in college.  

  • Harrison County track looks to...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County High School track teams have veteran leadership returning for both the Fillies and Thorobreds.  
    The Fillies have only two seniors but a bevy of juniors with state track meet experience.  The Thorobreds return seven seniors with a bigger roster than in many previous seasons.

  • Sports This Week

    March 15-22

    Baseball
    Saturday, Mar. 18 vs. Grant Co. (H)  V/JV 12/2 PM
    Monday, Mar. 20 at Brossart V 5:15 PM
    Tuesday, Mar. 21 at Fleming Co. V/JV 5:15/7:15 PM
    Tuesday, Mar.21 vs. Scott Co. Fr  DH (H) 5:30 PM
    Wednesday, Mar. 22 vs. Mason Co. )H) V/JV 5:30/7:15 PM

    Fillies Softball
    Saturday, Mar. 18 at Rowan Co. Triangle, Rowan at 11 AM S.Laurel 1 PM
    Monday, Mar. 20 vs. Paris (H) V 5:30 PM
    Tuesday, Mar. 21 vs. Nicholas Co. (H) Fr DH 5:30 PM

    Tennis

  • Harrison Co. track closes out...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Harrison County track team, under the direction of coach Danny Simpson, made the trip to Mason County’s indoor track facility for the final time this season, last  Saturday.  
    They came away with the finest performances of the indoor season as they prepare for the upcoming outdoor season.  

  • Three Harrison archers do well...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Scott County Middle School held their Archery Madness Saturday in Georgetown but it was Harrison County archers that drove them mad.  
    Two of the three Harrison County students won their divisions and one, Kennedy Sumpter, was the leading female performer.  
    Taylor Conway of Westside School finished first in the elementary division with a score of 281 which included 15 tens. Conway was fifth among the 209 male contenders.  

  • A new idea for Region 10

    The 10th Region Tournament has been disappointing to me largely because of the outcomes. Mason County and Harrison County did a fine job of running the tournaments so my disappointment lies with the results not the management.
    After Monday’s semi-finals in Mason County, the two teams left standing were Campbell County and Scott.  So, for the girls’ tournament, the 10th Region is being represented by an all-star team and in the boys’ tournament the representative will be from the 9th Region formerly.  

  • Tennis teams optimistic with...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Coaches Austin Dacci of the Harrison County Fillies tennis team and Ron Markley of the Thorobreds tennis team have some things in common as the season gets ready to begin next Tuesday.  
    Both have veterans returning with hopes of making deep runs into the state competition.  The toughest competition for both will be Bourbon County, Fort Thomas Highlands, Mason County and Campbell County.  

  • Sports Beats

    Kellione named to All-10th Region tournament team

  • Fillies softball projected to be...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    After finishing last year as 10th Region runners-up, and returning two quality veteran pitchers this season, Harrison County’s Fillies are highly regarded.  
    So highly regarded that the 10th Region coaches pre-season poll has the Fillies as favorites just ahead of Bourbon County.  
    Coach Christine Garnett, in her tenth year as head coach of the Fillies, is also optimistic, but cautiously so.