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Today's Sports

  • Licking River Float
  • Bowling Results

    Monday Summer Seniors 7/3/17

    1 Don’t Count That 26.0/L 14.0
    2 Two Men and A Lady 26.0/L 14.0
    3 Old Men 23.0/L 17.0
    4 3 Ole Dudes 21.0/L 19.0
    5 Derby Pride 21.0/L 19.0
    6 Three of A Kind 20.0/L 20.0
    7 BRA 20.0/L 20.0
    8 Misfits 20.0/L 20.0
    9 3 Saints 19.0/L 21.0
    10 2 Guys and A Lady 16.0/L 24.0
    11 BMR 16.0/L 24.0
    12 Monday Blues 12.0/L 28.0

  • Recreation in America and...

    A WalletHub study of best and worst cities for recreation caught my eye recently and made me think of how it related to Cynthiana and Harrison County.  
    The study lists 100 cities ranking them from one, being the best, to 100, the worst, using 44 key indicators.
    The top four indicators are facilities, costs, quality and weather. Some of the other considerations are most park playgrounds for the population; walkable park access; spending on parks per capita; bike rental facilities and coffee and tea shops.  

  • Sports Beats

    Thorobreds soccer tryouts
    will be Monday, July 17
    The tryouts for the varsity and junior varsity of the Harrison County High School soccer team will be held Monday, July 17.  
    The tryouts will be from 7-9 p.m. on the high school soccer practice field next to the tennis courts.  
    Students in either the Harrison County Middle School 7th and 8th grades or any Harrison County High School students are welcome to attend.  

  • Local golfers play in Kentucky...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    Anthony and Jacob Vascotto participated in the Kentucky Jr. PGA Tour event Wednesday, July 5th, and Thursday, July 6th, at the Boone Trace National Golf Club and the Gibson Bay Course in Richmond.  Both young golfers are members of the Harrison County High School golf team.  

  • 9th annual Jungle is this...

    Mike Aldridge,
    Sports Writer
    hoosiers49@gmail.com

    The Cynthiana Country Club is preparing to host the 9th annual Jungle this weekend beginning Saturday with shot-gun starts at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.  
    The Jungle is the member/guest tournament that is named for the late Jim “Jungle” Letcher who passed away in 2008.  Joe Nichols and Jamie Case were the first winners of the 2009 Jungle with Mike Wachter and Jon Hatfield winning last year’s event.  

  • Kentucky Fish and Wildlife...

    The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed several new fishing regulations at a special called meeting today.
    The commission recommends all hunting, fishing and boating regulations for approval by the General Assembly and approves all expenditures by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. All recommendations must be approved by legislators before they become law.
    If approved by legislators, fisheries regulations proposed at the meeting would take effect March 1, 2018.

  • Cynthiana Country Club June 2017...

    Cynthiana Country Club
    June 2017 LGA Winners

    6/3/17                             Even Holes    
    18 Holers – Teresa Davis  41                9 Holers – Jennie Sparks  17

  • Sports Beats

    HCHS golf tryouts to begin in July
    There will be two days of golf tryouts for boys and girls interested in playing for the Harrison County High School teams.
    Both days of tryouts will be held at the Cynthiana Country Club and prospective golfers should arrive on both days, no later than 7:30 a.m.
    The boys tryouts will be on Monday, July 17 and the girls tryouts will be on the following day, Tuesday, July 18.
    Neither team will carry more than 10 team-members after try-outs are completed.

  • Lake Cumberland striped bass...

    Few things in the outdoors in Kentucky can top being on Lake Cumberland at daybreak on a summer morning, watching a planer board or large bobber disappear, followed by the sound of a slipping drag.
    Striped bass pull like no other fish in Kentucky and landing a 22-inch or longer keeper brings a rush of adrenaline that gives you the shakes. Now in the fourth year of normal water levels since the drawdown to repair Wolf Creek Dam, the striped bass in Lake Cumberland are well on the way to returning to the glory days.