Today's Sports

  • Sports beat

    Fillies take Defenders in five innings
    Harrison County junior Macy Martin took batting clean up seriously Wednesday in the Fillies’ 14-3 win over Bryan Station.
    Each time Martin batted, the Fillies had runners on base, and each time Martin got a base hit and drove in the runners. She was four for four with a double and five RBI’s to lead the 16-hit Fillies’ outburst.  

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  • Sports this week

    Wednesday, March 25, Paris (A) Varsity 5 p.m.
    Thursday, March 26, Hometown Pharmacy/Frank Shoop Invitational
    Harrison Co. vs. Beechwood 5:30 p.m.
    Friday, March 27, Harrison Co. vs. Powell Co. 6:30 p.m.
    Saturday, March 28, Third place game 3 p.m., Championship 5:30 p.m.
    Monday, March 30, Robertson Co. (H) Varsity DH 5:15 & 7:15 p.m.
    Tuesday, March 31, Pendleton Co. (A) Varsity 5 p.m.
    Wednesday, March 25, Bracken Co. (H) 6 p.m.
    Thursday, March 26, Fleming Co. (H) 5:30 p.m.

  • Fillies lose three times in...

    After beginning the season 2-0 with easy wins over Campbell County and Bryan Station, the Harrison County Fillies ran into tough sledding last weekend in Morehead.  
    Harrison County saw its season record drop to 2-3 as the  Fillies went down to defeat to South Laurel, Boyd County and the host Lady Vikings.
    On Friday night, the Fillies took a 2-1 lead after one inning but didn’t score again until the sixth as the Lady Cards won by a 9-6 margin.  

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  • Breds win second game of season...

    Nathan Fryman ran his record to 2-0 Tuesday and the Harrison County Thorobreds took their season record to 2-0 with a 5-0 win over George Rogers Clark in Winchester.
    The Thorobreds struck first with an unearned run in the first and were never really threatened in this game.  
    George Rogers Clark only had two base runners as far as second base for the ball game.
    In the first, Noah Mitchell reached on an error by the second baseman and advanced to third on two wild pitches.  

  • Breds open season with 11-0...

    Sophomore Nathan Fryman and eighth grader Spencer Free limited Bishop Brossart to one hit and only six base runners as the Thorobreds opened the season with an 11-0 win over the Mustangs.  
    Brossart is now 0-3 as they have been shutout in their first three games. DeSales beat the Mustangs 4-0, St. Xavier 10-0 and tonight Harrison County 11-0.  
    The game was scoreless until the bottom of the third when the Breds bunched together four walks and a Robbie Stroub double to score three times.  

  • Davis and Conley no hit Lady...

    Campbell County’s Lady Camels only placed three runners on the bases all night as they fell to Harrison County 12-0 Tuesday on the Hilltop.  
    Pitchers Jami Davis and Bailey Conley did not allow a base hit and combined to strike out six while walking one and hitting one batter.  Campbell County did have a runner reach third base in the second inning when Ashley Leight walked, stole second and advanced to third on a fielder’s choice.  

  • Tennis teams begin year with...

    The Thorobreds tennis team won its singles matches but lost in doubles to tie Bourbon County 2-2 in each squad’s season opener.  
    Boston Pergram won the number one singles match over Alex Hernandez, 8-6, while Luke Bradford took the number two singles match by an identical 8-6 over Ryan Ferrell.
    Pergram and Bradford lost their doubles match, 3-6, 5-7, to Daniel Cooper and Elijah Keding.  
    The number two doubles were won by the Colonels’ Nick Wrenn and Warren Shiflet, 1-8, over Isaiah Stiltner and Kyler Williams.

  • Fillies third in indoor state...

    The Harrison County track team had an impressive performance Saturday in the State Indoor Championship held at Mason County with the Fillies and Breds finishing high in the final standings.  
    Rockcastle County won the girls’ division followed by Mason County and Harrison County.  Fort Campbell was fourth with Waggener, Franklin County, Lexington Catholic, Ashland, Casey County, Highlands, and Fleming County finishing in order in the 11-team field.
    Mason County won the boys’ competition with Fort Campbell only two points behind in second.