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Today's Sports

  • Sports beat

    Cross Country competes at
    St. Henry, hosts invitational
    next Thursday
    The Harrison County cross country team ran in the St. Henry Invitational Saturday with HCMS runner Payton Doyle turning in the best performance. She finished 28th of the 104 runners in the middle school girls’ division. Megan Watts, Morgan Cooper, and Jaelyn Terhune also ran for the middle school girls’ team.  
    Thomas Morris led the middle school boys as he ran in 54th place in the 98-runner competition.  

  • Breds soccer finishes regular...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a Senior Night match with Sayre played on LeBus Field.  
    The original Senior Night was planned for the Grant County game on Tuesday, but heavy rains and severe weather wiped that out.
    The Breds were coming off a 6-3 win over St. Patrick in the last home performance in the Athletic Complex where they had improved their record to 5-8-1.  

  • Breds lose mud fest to Holmes 12...

    The best description of Friday night’s football game on the Hilltop was that of an undisciplined mud fest.  
    Covington Holmes and Harrison County combined for 21 penalties for 178 yards, which signifies a lack of discipline for both teams.  
    The Thorobreds tallied 102 yards in penalties, which was more than the evening’s total Harrison County offense.  

  • Score 'N' More
  • Bluebirds fly over Thorobreds 46...

    Homecoming Queen Whitney Gray and Homecoming King Alex Kinsey witnessed a rare occurrence Friday night when the Harrison County Thorobreds faced the Ft. Thomas Highlands Bluebirds.  
    That was when the Thorobreds took the lead 7-6 with just under seven minutes to play in the first period.  
    The Thorobreds had not led the Bluebirds in many years but an 83-yard pass play from Mark Taylor to Jovon Williams gave Harrison County the lead.  

  • Fillies battle at George Rogers...

    The 13-3 George Rogers Clark Lady Cards knew they had been in a battle when the Harrison County bus pulled out of Winchester last Wednesday night.  
    The Fillies battled one of the top-rated teams in the region to a 2-0 match where Harrison County had the Lady Cards goal keeper under fire for most of the night.  
    The two teams played back-and-forth soccer with a large portion of the discourse on the Fillies defensive end for the biggest part of the first half.   

  • Sports this week

    Football
    Thursday, Oct. 9, HCMS Football at Grant Co.  6 p.m.

    Friday, Oct. 10, HCHS Varsity vs. Holmes (Home) 7:30 p.m.

    Monday, Oct. 13, HCHS Junior Varsity at Lewis Co. 5:45 p.m.

    Fillies soccer
    Wednesday, Oct. 8, Fillies vs. Franklin Co. (Home) 6 & 7:30 p.m.

    Monday, Oct. 13, Fillies vs. Mason Co. at Mason Co. 6 p.m. (District)

    Thorobreds soccer
    Thursday, Oct. 9, Breds vs. Sayre (home) 5:30 p.m. Varsity only

  • Cross Country
  • Being a sports fan is so much fun

    It is Sunday night and I am finishing up the part of the paper I am writing this week, but I can hardly concentrate.  
    New England and the Bengals are playing football and the Angels and the Royals are playing baseball. I have to keep checking the scores.  
    Riley and Ian went to the Boys of Fall baseball practice this afternoon and Hayden went to the football team’s film session tonight.  
    If CeCe is not doing some sort of cheerleading acrobatics she is thinking about one so my life is full of sports.  

  • Eighth grade Colts lose a close...

    The Harrison County Middle School eighth grade Colts came within three seconds of winning on Eighth Grade Night, but a 10-yard pass play by McNabb’s quarterback put the Indians on top 30-26 Thursday night.  
    The eighth grade scored first on a 29-yard touchdown run by T.C. Abbott to take a 6-0 lead after the Colts stopped McNabb on two possessions forcing punts both times.  
    At the end of the first quarter, the Colts intercepted a McNabb pass but couldn’t move the ball and started the second quarter by punting the ball back.