Today's Sports

  • Tennis Fillies 3rd, Breds 4th in...

    Campbell County ran away with the girls’ competition and George Rogers Clark edged the Camels in the boys’ in the Quad tennis meet Saturday on the Hilltop courts.
    The boys’ competition saw the Breds with only doubles competitors where they won one of five matches.

  • Home runs and walks key to Breds...

    Zach Day and Robbie Stroub hit home runs and Pendleton County pitching walked four and hit three others as the Breds rebounded from a two-game losing streak to beat Pendleton County 12-2 Tuesday.  
    The six-inning game saw Harrison County break out of its hitting doldrums scoring 12 times on nine hits.  
    The game was scoreless until the bottom of the third when shortstop Brett Persinger singled with one out.  

  • Fillies win two of three in...

    The Harrison County Fillies had one bad inning which resulted in a loss to Shelby County in the opening game of the Vernon Bibb Memorial Classic held on Shirley Field this past weekend.
    When the Fillies have a bad inning they go all out. For a good example, witness the first inning of their match up with the Lady Rockets.
    Harrison County was down 5-0 in the top of the first before they got an out. The girls gave up 11 runs in the first inning.

  • Slucher’s grand slam propels...

    The Harrison County Thorobreds improved to 12-1 for the season with a 10-1 win over Nicholas County (4-6) Monday in Carlisle.
    The home-standing Bluejackets, who have only played a couple of times in the last weeks due to rain, showed some rust as they committed five errors in the contest.
    Gus Garrison and Spencer Free combined to hold Nicholas County to three hits with one batter reaching first on a walk and two on errors at third base. The duo combined for 13 strikeouts.

  • HCMS soccer
  • Little League fields, when?

    Another spring of River Road Park flooding and Flat Run Park with no ball fields is staring us in the face. When are we going to renovate Flat Run so the children of Harrison County and surrounding counties do not have to deal with the flood stricken park by the river?

  • Sports this week

    Wednesday, April 15 vs. Paris (H) Varsity/JV  5 PM
    Thursday, April 16 vs. Louisville Eastern Varsity 6 PM
                    at Pendleton Co. Freshman 5 PM
    Friday, April 17 vs. Fleming Co. Varsity/JV 5:15 PM
    Saturday, April 17 vs. Grant Co. DH  Freshman 10 AM
    Monday, April 20 at Mason Co. Varsity/JV 5:15 PM
    Tuesday, April 21 vs. Pendleton Co. Varsity/JV 5 PM
    Wednesday, April 22 vs. Nicholas Co. Freshman 5 PM


  • Thorobreds pitching carves out 3...

    Though this past weekend the Harrison County Thorobreds pitching staff fired an unprecedented five straight complete game wins, leading the Breds to an outstanding 11-1 record to start the season.  
    On Wednesday afternoon, the final game of the undefeated Florida trip saw sophomore Nathan Fryman allow only five hits as the Breds shut down Baker High School 5-3.

  • Sports beat

    Fillies romp past Robertson County
    21-0, 19-0 Monday
    The Harrison County Fillies played six innings Monday night and won two games over Robertson County. The 21-0 and 19-0 wins improved Harrison County’s record to 10-4 while Robertson County fell to 0-5 for the season.

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