https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sports/rss.xml/sports/rss.xml en HCMS Fillies roll by Robertson County in three games Monday https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/hcms-fillies-roll-robertson-county-three-games-monday <img src="https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sites/www.cynthianademocrat.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/s_addyhoskins3855.jpg" alt="Addison Hoskins fights for possession of the ball as the eighth grade Fillies dominated Robertson County, 37-1 Monday at Harrison County Middle School." title="Addison Hoskins fights for possession of the ball as the eighth grade Fillies dominated Robertson County, 37-1 Monday at Harrison County Middle School." align="left" hspace="6" width="59" height="85" /><p> Mike Aldridge,<br /> Sports Writer<br /> hoosiers49@gmail.com<br /> <br /> The Harrison County Middle School Fillies in the sixth, seventh and eighth grade games ran past the Robertson County Middle School in games Monday, on the Hilltop. &nbsp;<br /> The sixth grade Fillies won 27-12, to improve to 7-4 on the season.&nbsp; Kennedy Howard and Baylee Hudgins each scored eight points to lead Harrison County.&nbsp; Hayden Lunsford added six points with Katie Linville and Allison Dye adding two points.&nbsp; Audrey Hatton scored one point to round out the scoring.<br /> Fillies lose to Conner, mercy-rule Pendleton County Monday https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/fillies-lose-conner-mercy-rule-pendleton-county-monday <p> Mike Aldridge,<br /> Sports Writer<br /> hoosiers49@gmail.com<br /> <br /> The Harrison County Fillies took their season record to 6-2-1 Monday evening as they whipped Pendleton County 10-0 in a mercy-rule match that ended with 20 minutes still to play in the second half.&nbsp;<br /> Sports Beats https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/sports-beats-67 <p> Hampton has third ace Wednesday<br /> at Cynthiana Country Club<br /> Harrison County&rsquo;s Doug Hampton made his third hole-in-one in his golf career, Wednesday at the Cynthiana Country Club.&nbsp;<br /> His first came in June of 2012 during the Jungle (Member/Guest) Tournament on hole 13.&nbsp;<br /> Wednesday&rsquo;s ace was on the par three 17th hole using a seven iron for the 150 yard distance.&nbsp; The feat was witnessed by Mike Seaman, Bob Whitaker, and Bruce Collins IV.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Breds golf team edged by Colonels<br /> “Papaw, Grace is here!” https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/%E2%80%9Cpapaw-grace-here%E2%80%9D <p> This article will be a little more personal than most but here goes. &nbsp;<br /> Friday afternoon the Lady Norse of Northern Kentucky University were on the Hilltop. With registration from 4-5 p.m. and the camp from 5-8 p.m., they were here for a full four-plus hours.&nbsp; Former Harrison County star and head coach of the Lady Norse, Camryn Whitaker, brought her Division 1 team here for a camp with the young girls of Harrison County.<br /> Cheerleader of the Week https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/cheerleader-week-3 <img src="https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sites/www.cynthianademocrat.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/s_jacquelinesmith6006.jpg" alt="Jacqueline Smith is this week’s Cheerleader of the Week. Jacqueline is the 16 year old daughter of April and Jamie Smith and is a junior at Harrison County High School. She has cheered three years for Harrison County Middle School and is in her third year with the Harrison County High School squad. Her goal for the year is for the team to hit its routine at competitions and for her to get her standing tuck. She loves how close her team is and that they are always there for each other. Jacqueline’s future plans are to attend Morehead State University and pursue a career in either nursing or physical therapy. Her quote/advice is “if you don’t feel stupid, you’re doing it wrong.”" title="Jacqueline Smith is this week’s Cheerleader of the Week. Jacqueline is the 16 year old daughter of April and Jamie Smith and is a junior at Harrison County High School. She has cheered three years for Harrison County Middle School and is in her third year with the Harrison County High School squad. Her goal for the year is for the team to hit its routine at competitions and for her to get her standing tuck. She loves how close her team is and that they are always there for each other. Jacqueline’s future plans are to attend Morehead State University and pursue a career in either nursing or physical therapy. Her quote/advice is “if you don’t feel stupid, you’re doing it wrong.”" align="left" hspace="6" width="70" height="85" /> Fillies win Senior Night match over Grant Co., 10-0 https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/fillies-win-senior-night-match-over-grant-co-10-0 <img src="https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sites/www.cynthianademocrat.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/s_sophiahatterick2978.jpg" alt="Sophia Hatterick turns the ball toward the goal last week in her senior night matchup. Hatterick and fellow senior Makinlee Kellione were honored before the game." title="Sophia Hatterick turns the ball toward the goal last week in her senior night matchup. Hatterick and fellow senior Makinlee Kellione were honored before the game." align="left" hspace="6" width="52" height="85" /><p> Mike Aldridge,<br /> Sports Writer<br /> hoosiers49@gmail.com<br /> <br /> It was a big Senior Night for the two Harrison County Fillies seniors, Sophia Hatterick and MaKinlee Kellione.&nbsp; The pair have been a huge part of the soccer success that the Fillies have enjoyed during their four years on the Hilltop. &nbsp;<br /> They have been district champs three straight years and hope to add another this season.&nbsp; They have also been in two region semi finals and one region final.<br /> Breds soccer ties at Frankfort, lose at Grant County https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/breds-soccer-ties-frankfort-lose-grant-county <img src="https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sites/www.cynthianademocrat.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/s_johnschreiber3343.jpg" alt="John Schreiber defends the ball for the Thorobreds as they hosted Holy Cross on the Hilltop last week." title="John Schreiber defends the ball for the Thorobreds as they hosted Holy Cross on the Hilltop last week." align="left" hspace="6" width="54" height="85" /><p> Mike Aldridge,<br /> Sports Writer<br /> hoosiers49@gmail.com<br /> <br /> The Harrison County High School Thorobreds soccer team traveled to Frankfort (5-6-1) Saturday and came away with an exciting 2-2 tie.&nbsp; Casey Sledd scored on a penalty kick and Duncan Wiley on a free kick from 20 yards out with four seconds to play.&nbsp; The wall of Frankfort defenders jumped and Wiley kicked the ball under them for the goal. &nbsp;<br /> Volleyball 21-1 with big wins over Frederick Douglass and Bishop Brossart https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/content/volleyball-21-1-big-wins-over-frederick-douglass-and-bishop-brossart <img src="https://www.cynthianademocrat.com/sites/www.cynthianademocrat.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/s_jessalynkuntz4134.jpg" alt="Jessalyn Kuntz blocks the ball Tuesday against Montgomery County." title="Jessalyn Kuntz blocks the ball Tuesday against Montgomery County." align="left" hspace="6" width="35" height="85" /><p> Mike Aldridge,<br /> Sports Writer<br /> hoosiers49@gmail.com<br /> <br /> The Tenth Region Coaches poll has the Harrison County Fillies (21-1) second with Campbell County (14-9) first and Bishop Brossart (4-9) third.&nbsp; Scott High is fourth followed by Calvary Christian, Pendleton County, Nicholas County, George Rogers Clark, Montgomery County, Bracken County, Saint Patrick, Robertson County, Bourbon County, Mason County, Augusta, and Silver Grove.<br />